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Using software as a tool to make an impact w/ Ian Lituchy @ City Flavor / Apostrophe

Using software as a tool to make an impact w/ Ian Lituchy @ City Flavor / Apostrophe

Update: 2020-12-13
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EPISODE SUMMARY

In today's episode, I have a conversation with another non-traditional convert into the world of software engineering, my Co-worker Ian Lituchy. Ian shares his journey from Electrical engineering to running a food truck startup and eventually to his current role as a Software Engineer at Apostrophe. Ian share's how he uses Software as a tool to impact people and find fulfillment.

EPISODE NOTES

On today's episode Ian and I discuss a wide range of topics;

  • Product driven Software development to have a larger impact on people.
  • Focusing on outcomes
  • The importance of having a growth mindset
  • Keeping a "learning" journal as a reference to fast track your continuous growth.
  • How being thrown into challenging situations can help grow your confidence and abilities
  • Key take aways: 
    1. learn from your failures, don't dwell too much on the what ifs
    2. Believe in your self and that you can do anything, learn how to ask the right question
    3. Always learn as much as you can, regardless of what you're doing.

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Ian Lituchy — Github, Linkedin, Website, ilituchy@gmail.com

Andrew Locke — Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Medium

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  • Ask me anything - If you have any questions, let me know! I'll do an episode where I answer your questions.
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Using software as a tool to make an impact w/ Ian Lituchy @ City Flavor / Apostrophe

Using software as a tool to make an impact w/ Ian Lituchy @ City Flavor / Apostrophe

Andrew Locke