Devmunity Podcast

Devmunity Podcast
By Devmunity Podcast
About this podcast
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Follow two developers, James Cha and Sheldon McGee, on a voyage to find out what makes the developer community so alive. Join them as they sail along and interview community leaders, loyal participants and vibrant influencers on their journey to developer community riches.
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Two Google Developer Group regional mentors and usually a guest discuss what it's like to run community, how to improve developer community, and issues that frequently happen when you run community events. Hosted by James Cha and Sheldon McGee.
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Latest episodes
May 5, 2016
James and Sheldon talk about Google’s biggest developer event of the year, Google I/O. What to look forward to, what’s missing from the schedule and maybe even a production announcement prediction. https://events.google.com/io2016 Largest Google Tech Conference: What do we predict will be the announcement. Android N Ara What sessions are we looking forward to. VR Web Something is missing from the schedule. ATAP Brillo Sheldon McGee Social Media: Twitter: @tooshel Google+: +SheldonMcGee James Cha Social Media: Twitter: @thejamescha Google+: +JamesCha Devmunity Home Social Media: @devmunity Intro and Exit song : Epic Song by BoxCat Games
April 20, 2016
Special guests Carmen Bush and Elizabeth Padilla talk to James and Sheldon about the very extensive and incredibly difficult topic of diversity. This one runs long partly because the guests were so generous with their time and everything they said was solid gold and partly because the hosts tried to ramble on and (poorly) describe diversity in the intro. Enjoy! Special Guests: Carmen Bush @CarmenBush M.A. Multicultural Urban Education Arts Educator and Advocate in Urban Schools Elizabeth Padilla @justepadilla Works directly with the developer community B.A. Gender and Women’s Studies, Transnational Feminist Emphasis Author of Political Coalitional Alliances: How to Tame the Dominant Within (2007) Discussion on a very difficult subject Diversity. We try to put academic reasoning to the feelings we get when we work with our communities. Don’t just do it because you should you have to be ready to support the community Be aware of what you are doing It is okay to have a demographic focused event and could be a powerful tool. Sheldon McGee Social Media: Twitter: @tooshel Google+: +SheldonMcGee James Cha Social Media: Twitter: @thejamescha Google+: +JamesCha Devmunity Home Social Media: @devmunity Intro and Exit song : Epic Song by BoxCat Games
April 11, 2016
We go over our stories on why we are doing this podcast, who we are and what we want to accomplish. Sheldon McGee Long time Developer. Organizer for GDG Phoenix and GDG Mentor for Mountain Region Social Media: https://twitter.com/tooshel https://plus.google.com/+SheldonMcGee James Cha Former Organizer for GDG Fresno, Organizer of GDG San Francisco and GDG Mentor for Pacific Region Social Media: https://twitter.com/thejamescha https://plus.google.com/+JamesCha Devmunity Home Social Media: https://twitter.com/devmunity Important Links: Google Developer Groups (GDG) https://developers.google.com/groups/ Where we will be: May: Google IO – https://events.google.com/io2016/ August: Defcon – https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-24/dc-24-index.html Scott Hanselman is awesome. http://www.hanselman.com/ Microsoft Build https://build.microsoft.com/ Intro and Exit song : Epic Song by BoxCat Games
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