In this episode, Steve and David are joined by Ilan Rabinovich, Director of Technical Services and Evangelism at Datadog. They talk about the different ways companies are being built on open source software.
In this episode of Don’t Make Me Code, David and Steve are joined by Guy Podjarny, CEO of Snyk. The group discuss the current state of developer experience in security tools and practices, the importance of non-engineers on your developer tool team, and the challenges of ‘selling’ security to developers without resorting to FUD.
In this episode of Don’t Make Me Code, David and Steve have Liz Bennett in the studio. Liz is a Senior Engineer at Loggly, a SaaS based logging company. The three discuss the many benefits of Dogfooding as well as some unique-to-developer-tools pitfalls of using your own product to build itself.
In this episode of Don’t Make Me Code, Steve and David are joined by Sean Li, Lead Product Designer at Docker. Sean, Steve & David discuss Docker’s acquisition of Kitematic, the friction of attempting to replace a developer’s existing tool, and the increasingly prominent role of Design in Developer Tools.
In this episode, David and Steve are joined by Mikeal Rogers, Community Manager at the Node.js Foundation. The three discuss how best to grow communities around open source software.
In this episode, Steve and David are joined by Dom Nguyen, Product Designer at Meteor. The group discuss why developer companies should hire designers, and why designers should want to work for developer companies.
In this episode, David and Steve are joined by Matt Harris, Co-founder of Sendwithus. The three discuss the challenges of providing the same great developer experience across multiple different languages, how important DX is to building developer traction, and finally they cover what to look for in potential hires when building your developer experience team.
David and Steve are joined by Gonçalo Borrêga of Outsystems to discuss training developers.