Codurance Talks
Episode 16 - Learning

Episode 16 - Learning

September 30, 2019

In this episode, that took a bit too long to edit, you will find two Spanish people that don't know the difference between Apache and Mapache.

Incidentally we have George Koulouris, Ruth Diaz, Mashooq Badar and Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia talking about learning.

George is founder of TechBeat.io

Photo: Prairie Dog by DigiPD is licensed under CC0

Music: "Sweeter Vermouth" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC-BY 3.0

Episode 15 - Feedback

Episode 15 - Feedback

July 15, 2019

Another episode of Codurance Talks, this time talking about Feedback. We are also using our new recording toys.

In this episode we have Solange U. Gasengayire, Anne-Marie Mendonça, Alfredo Fernández López and Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia chatting and giving their views around Feedback.

 

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Music: "Sweeter Vermouth" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC-BY 3.0

Episode 14 - Mentorship and Collaboration

Episode 14 - Mentorship and Collaboration

June 11, 2019

On this episode, Solange U. Gasengayire hosts a talk around Mentorship and Collaboration within a company, with Cristina Verdi and Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia giving their opinions on the matter.

 

 

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Music: "Sweeter Vermouth" by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC-BY 3.0

Episode 13 - Kotlin

Episode 13 - Kotlin

May 17, 2019
In this episode Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia, has a conversation with Richard Wild, Marco Vermeulen, and Andre Torres about Kotlin, a new language by JetBrains.
Courses mentioned in the episode:

Episode 12 - Most influential books

Episode 12 - Most influential books

April 8, 2019

In this episode hosted by Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia, in the company of Chris Eyre, Nick White, and Sam Davies, talk about their most influential books and why you should read it. 

 

 

Episode 11 - How do I choose a Software Company to work with?

Episode 11 - How do I choose a Software Company to work with?

March 20, 2019

In this episode, Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia, Chris Bimson, Sam Davies, and one of Codurance's founder Mashooq Badar discuss on how to choose a software company to work with.

 

Episode 10 - The Craftsman’s Oath

Episode 10 - The Craftsman’s Oath

March 4, 2019

In this episode, Solange Umuhire is leading the podcast, with her Chris Bimson, Rory Collins,
and Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia this time not has the host, are together to discuss The Craftsman's Oath.

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Episode 9 - SDKMan

Episode 9 - SDKMan

February 12, 2019

Second podcast of 2019. Today, with Simion Iulian Belea, is time to talk with Marco Vermeulen about the fantastic SDKMan tool (well, I do like it).

Links:
SDKMan and the Github link

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Episode 8 - Legacy Code

Episode 8 - Legacy Code

January 21, 2019

New Year, new podcast available. It is time to talk about Legacy Code. Sam Davies and Chris Bimson return, with the new addition of Andre Torres, who this time took charge of the editing.

Links :

Working Effectively with Legacy Code by Michael C. Feathers. Which is the third, or is it fourth, time that we link it. Do read it. It is that good.

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Episode 7 - Parallel Changes

Episode 7 - Parallel Changes

December 11, 2018

So this comes later than I wanted, due to my lack of sound skills (one day it will feel professional). But here we are Alvaro and Alfredo explaining me about Parallel Changes. What they are, how to implement them, and just wooing me with the idea. It is also the last podcast before Christmas. We will be looking at bringing more after New Year.

Links, lots of them:

You can find [Eduardo Ferro's](https://twitter.com/eferro) Slides on his [website](http://www.eferro.net/2018/11/slides-taller-parallel-changes.html) (In Spanish, but he is going to publish a translation soon, I've been told)

[Strangler Pattern](https://www.martinfowler.com/bliki/StranglerApplication.html) by Martin Fowler.

[Working Effectively with Legacy Code](https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44919.Working_Effectively_with_Legacy_Code) by Michael C. Feathers

Blog post by [Joshua Kerievsky](https://theholyjava.wordpress.com/wiki/development/parallel-design-parallel-change/)

[Carlos ble] https://twitter.com/carlosble

The [Github success case](https://githubengineering.com/move-fast/)

Danilo Sato's [blog post](https://martinfowler.com/bliki/ParallelChange.html)