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In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking with my mate and colleague Darryl Ware, who I worked with in Brisbane (Australia) oh so many years ago, about the changing face of tech in Brisbane. He shared with me (as I've been living in Europe for the last 15 years) that it's changed from a broadly PHP-based city to a much more Golang-centric plac…
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of talking with Doug Bierer about his history in computing, a history which if you're a computing hardware or programming nerd, you're going to love. Doug shares how he got in to computing with the TRS-80 and Commodore 64. How he taught himself to program in Assembler during shifts when he had some quiet time, an…
 
In this episode, I had the absolute pleasure of talking with Mihalis Tsoukalos, a long-time Twitter friend and someone who's given me loads of advice, about software development. He shared with me so much about his journey with C-based languages, particularly Python, C, Go, & Rust. He talked about Linux shells including Bash and Zsh (and of course …
 
It was a pleasure to sit down and chat with Oliver, a full-stack software consultant based in South Wales, in the UK. We talked about so many things which I'm sure so many developers can relate to, even those who've only been developing for a relatively short period of time. Some key takeaways are: Both working remotely and working in an office hav…
 
It was a pleasure to sit down and chat with Karl for this episode which went off on such a massive tangent at the start. Despite that, we felt it was worth keeping, as sometimes it's worth doing things a little differently. If you want to skip to the more tech/work/career aspect of the episode, jump up to about the 21 or 32 minute mark. Some points…
 
It was a pleasure to sit down and chat with Andreas. He shared what it was like taking over phpugffm (the PHP user group in Frankfurt, Germany), why he believes some devs aren't involved in user groups, how to become a better public speaker, and an excellent form of development: Documentation-driven Development. Some key takeaways are: When you los…
 
It was great to be able to talk to Andrey for this episode. He shared some of his journey to becoming a professional software developer (starting off with QBasic and Delphi), teaching software development to school kids, before moving to JetBrains to be the lead designer of the Kotlin language. Links Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Ori…
 
It was great to be able to sit down and chat with Cal again, as he shared so much great information, including: How he got started using WordPress How the WordPress API has changed WordPress How he gets podcasts out the door so quickly through scripting and proper processes; and How to be a better communicator. Some of the key things to know about …
 
Links Mastering Laravel Learning How to Learn NoCompromises.io No Compromises podcast SourceDive.com Midwest PHP ncurses installer Guests: Joel Clermont (@jclermont). Hosted By: Matthew Setter. Thanks for tuning in to Free the Geek. If you'd like to be a guest on the podcast or know someone who'd make a great guest, email me: matthew@matthewsetter.…
 
Links NASA The Australian Weather Service (now the Bureau of Meteorology) Psychological Safety Code Reviews Pull Requests (PRs) Red Hat Alta Vista Windows 95a The Gnome Bar Ganbaro Digital Ltd Guests: Stuart Herbert (@stuherbert). Hosted By: Matthew Setter. Thanks for tuning in to Free the Geek. If you'd like to be a guest on the podcast or know so…
 
Links Steve on YouTube Laravel Go Rust minicli Bash Call of Duty Laravel News Guests: Steve McDougall (@JustSteveKing). Hosted By: Matthew Setter. Thanks for tuning in to Free the Geek. If you'd like to be a guest on the podcast or know someone who'd make a great guest, email me: matthew@matthewsetter.com. This podcast is produced by Matthew Setter…
 
Links Functional Programming The Principle of Least Surprise TypeScript Web Scraping with PHP, 2nd Edition The Spark framework The Sinatra framework The Ada language Linus Torvald's talk at Google Guests: Matthew Turland (@elazar). Hosted By: Matthew Setter. Thanks for tuning in to Free the Geek. If you'd like to be a guest on the podcast or know s…
 
So, what are those tips? Have a dedicated workspace, or work area - one that is separate from the rest of your home Get the tools you need - and make sure you have a decent internet connection! Have a regular routine (both a start and end time and how you kick off your day) Talk to those who you live with so that you educate them about how working …
 
Here are some key takeaways: To start a user group, you only need three things: 1) a location, 2) a speaker, and 3) food. That’s it! What's also helpful is a mailing list to stay in touch. In his talks he tells a story. But he's also a perfectionist; He wants to make as much of an effort as he can. In the early days, he enjoyed speaking and did it …
 
In this episode, I talk with Matthew Turland about the effort involved in updating one of his technical books and programming in multiple languages (PHP and Ruby) plus loads more! Matthew shared a load of excellent advice in this warm, fireside chat. Links Matthew on Twitter (@elazar) matthewturland.com Web Scraping with PHP, 2nd Edition | php[arch…
 
In this episode, I talk with Matt Stauffer about how he started Tighten, how he got into Laravel, why he's such an active member of the community, what he looks for when hiring developers and loads more! Matt shared a load of excellent advice that you can start using today in your career. Links Tighten onramp.dev Laravel Up and Running, by O’Reilly…
 
In this episode, I have an extremely interesting, inspiring, but most of all educational chat with my mate Najaf Ali, founder of Happy Bear Software, about what it's like to go from being an independent software consultant and freelancer to running a software consulting business. ★ Support this podcast ★…
 
In this episode, I have a very educational, informative, and entertaining chat with all-things cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Mr Bruno Skvorc. I admit, I don't know a lot about the different technologies and terms. But that didn't stop Bruno sharing his wealth of knowledge and experience about them all with me - and so much more. ★ Su…
 
In this episode, I have a very informative chat with Robert Basic, a very thoughtful and insightful software engineer, consultant, open source contributor from Serbia. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with one of my mentors, Zend Framework project lead, Matthew Weier O'Phinney. In addition to being a very experienced developer, Matthew's a very thoughtful and considerate person. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I'm keen to talk with you about career changes. This is something that I'm currently going through and have been through in the past. It's not uncommon, especially in the tech field. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I'm very excited to be back after so long away from the mic! I'm so excited that I'm overflowing, effervescing even with ideas, enthusiasm, and passion to be back behind the mic with you. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Wes Bos. If you're not familiar with Wes, he's a designer, developer, entrepreneur, speaker, and teacher. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I sit down with Asciidoc project Lead, and all round good fella - Dan Allen. If you love technical writing, technical documentation, and documenting your code, then this is an episode you're not going to want to miss. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode we pick up where we left off in [episode 19](/episode/episode-0019), with a slight segway. But, instead of starting to look at how to use Twitter, and other social media tools, let's talk about something more important. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I decided to go a little off track and have a bit of a rant, a bit of an "letting go" session in light of the recent US election and Brexit. I'm no fan of either, and I share why in the first half of the episode. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I chat with Chris Hartjes, the Grumpy Programmer himself, about the ins and outs of testing and what it's like to spend part of your working week building your dreams, instead of someone else's. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I chat with Adam Culp, founder of the Sunshine PHP, in sunny south Florida, about starting and running conferences, project estimates, and being professional developers. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I have a fireside chat with sagely Rob Allen, about being one of the leads on the Slim 3 project, and about the constraints and decisions developers need to make. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode I have a fireside chat about what it's like to live the life of a developer evangelist with Jack Skinner, otherwise known as @developerjack, whilst he was at the first BuzzConf. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
There's no guests in this episode. Instead I explore a range of topics, including one quite dear to me - how we can build up preconceptions of what other people think of us. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have a fireside chat with the wonderful Erika Heidi, where we talk about technical writing. We also talk about simplifying deployment, naturally, with her preferred tools of Vagrant and Ansible. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have a fireside chat with Troy Hunt. Troy's a Microsoft MVP for Security, PluralSight author, and public speaker. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have, part two of, a fireside chat with, Zend Framework aficionado and Roave stalwart, Gary Hockin about the ins and outs of building both a brand and a reputation as a freelancer. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have, part one of, a fireside chat with, Zend Framework aficionado and Roave stalwart, Gary Hockin about the ins and outs of building both a brand and a reputation as a freelancer. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have a fireside chat with Yitzchok Willroth, the one and only [coderabbi](https://twitter.com/@coderabbi), about a his [Wisdom as a Service World Tour](http://wisdomworldtour.com/). ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have a fireside chat with voice of the PHP community, the one and only, [Cal Evans](http://blog.calevans.com/), about one of his books - [Going Pro](https://leanpub.com/goingpro). ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this episode, I have a fireside chat with internationally recognized PHP expert, and all around good fella Paul M. Jones, about one of his all-time favorite books - The Mythical Man Month. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this, the first episode, Matt talks about what lead to the podcast getting started who motivated him and inspired him to get started. After that, he discusses a fantastic book that all freelancers should read. ★ Support this podcast ★matthew@freethegeek.fm (FreetheGeek.fm with Matthew Setter) tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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