podcast June 8, 2021

Podcast 345: A good software tutorial explains the How. A great one explains the Why.

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This week we chat with Karl Hughes, who held positions as head of engineering and CTO before starting his own company focused on technical content. He now leads a group of more than 50 writers focused on crafting detailed articles that will appeal to developers.

Episode Notes

Karl is interested in the use of low code tools to extend development work beyond the engineering department. He also believes this approach, when done properly, allows teams to release new iterations more rapidly.

Check out his company, draft.dev.

Follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn.

This week’s lifefboat badge goes to Günter Zöchbauer, who explained: How to use 2 mixins in State in Flutter? 

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