code-for-a-living October 29, 2019

Stack Overflow Podcast #126 – The Pros and Cons of Programming with ADHD

Learn about the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, a fake boyfriend app, and how to stay productive while working from home.
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This week we chat with guest Chloe Condon, a Cloud Advocate working on Microsoft Azure, and Iheanyi Ekechukwu, a senior developer at Github working on Github Actions. The pair, who had never met before, talked to us about about their favorite languages, getting retweeted by Smash Mouth, and what it’s like to be a software developer with ADHD.

SHOW NOTES

Chloe Condon has a great post about how she created her medication reminder app and an official endorsement from Smash Mouth

You can find some writing from Iheanyi Ekechukwu on our blog here and you can find his podcast here

Learn about the Great Molasses Flood of 1919. It’s not funny so don’t laugh.   

Decades old code is putting millions of critical devices at risk. Should we be regulating software more closely?  

Ben Popper is the worst coder in the world.

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