ABOUT THIS EPISODE

The guest this week is Laura Savino. Laura is a freelance iOS developer whose non-tech passions include foreign languages and teaching. We started talking about languages, how we learn them, and how kids books could help us there. We diverged toward public speaking and how you structure a talk. We finally touched on being on stage, playing music and how this relates to public speaking.
Note: Skype unfortunately had a couple hiccups during the call. I managed to edit most of them. Two moments had to remain as not to hinder the understanding though.
Links:
- Laura's homepage: http://savinola.com
- Laura is @savinola on twitter https://twitter.com/savinola
- App Camp for girls http://appcamp4girls.com/camps/2017/7/24/chicago-il
- Kathy Sierra's blog post "Presentation Skills Considered Barmful" http://seriouspony.com/blog/2013/10/4/presentation-skills-considered-harmful
- Katrina Owen's Talk "Mind the Gap" Talk at GopherCon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClPIeuL9HnI
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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Listen to interviews of great professionals on their developer's journey, as well as bits, pieces and random thoughts I have while digging into what it takes to become a great software developer.

Get inside the head of amazing speakers, coders, agilists and what not and follow the creative process, the thought experiments I perform, the discovery process and the maturation of my ideas.
English
United States
29 episodes
since Jan, 2016
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