The Rabbit Hole Podcast

Welcome to The Rabbit Hole, the definitive developers podcast. If you are a software developer or technology leader looking to stay on top of the latest news in the software development world, or just want to learn actionable tactics to improve your day-to-day job performance, this podcast is for you.

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16. Remote Teams
15. Conferences
14. Learning New Languages
13. Knowledge Decay
12. Code Tests
11. Organizing A Tech Meetup

Meetup is one of the most popular platforms for bringing people in the tech industry together in real life for networking, sharing information and having fun times. All of us at the Rabbit Hole enjoy...Read more

10. Books

In this episode of the Rabbit Hole podcast, we talk about software development books and literature. We talk about tow of our favorites in some detail, but also discuss the concepts of software...Read more

09. Vacations

Vacations help developers stay energized at work and avoid burn out, but sometimes it's hard to pull ourselves away from our computers for even a weekend away. On the Rabbit Hole this week, we touch...Read more

08. Starting a New Project
07. Mentorship vs. Management

Managers and mentors are both crucial for guiding our career growth as developers. We discuss how management and mentorship works at Stride, dig into the similarities and differences between habits...Read more

06. Rolling Off a Project

In this episode of The Rabbit Hole, we consider the bittersweet experience of rolling off a project. Whether you are transitioning to a new role and responsibilities at a different company, or just...Read more

05. Retrospectives

In this episode, we’ll talk about retrospectives. To be clear, we’re using the term in reference to retrospective meetings in the Scrum framework, not about art or other retrospectives (though we’ll...Read more

04. Pair Programming

In this great episode, we discuss the concepts and uses of pair programming, remote programming, and mob programming. Don’t worry if you’re unfamiliar with any of those terms; we’ll talk about them...Read more

03. Planning Meetings

In this episode, we’ll talk all about planning meetings. (And let’s be clear here: we mean planning-meetings as an entity; we aren’t talking about how to plan a meeting.) We discuss how having...Read more

02. TDD

After starting off the episode with a teach-and-learn moment about leaky abstraction, we move onto the core focus of the episode: TDD. TDD, or test-driven development for the uninitiated, is “an...Read more

01. Introduction to The Rabbit Hole

Welcome to the introductory episode of the Rabbit Hole! While this is the first episode available to the public, it certainly isn’t the first we’ve recorded. We’ve been working on this project, and...Read more

09. Vacations

Vacations help developers stay energized at work and avoid burn out, but sometimes it's hard to pull ourselves away from our computers for even a weekend away.

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07. Mentorship vs. Management

Managers and mentors are both crucial for guiding our career growth as developers.

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06. Rolling Off a Project

In this episode of The Rabbit Hole, we consider the bittersweet experience of rolling off a project. Whether you are transitioning to a new role and responsibilities at a different company, or just taking on a fresh project within the same organization, it’s inevitable that time with all good projects must end.

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05. Retrospectives

Welcome to the Rabbit Hole podcast!

Our panelists today: Aaron Streiter, Emmanuel Genard, and William Jeffries.

In this episode, we’ll talk about retrospectives. To be clear, we’re using the term in reference to retrospective meetings in the Scrum framework, not about art or other retrospectives (though we’ll touch on that in the episode!).

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03. Planning Meetings

Welcome to the Rabbit Hole podcast!

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