Happy holidays! Today we re-air part two of our interview with Gabriel Weinberg, CEO of DuckDuckGo. Thank you for listening. We hope you enjoy the episode and we're looking forward to sharing new episodes in the new year.
Today we re-air an interview from 2019 with Gabriel Weinberg, the CEO of DuckDuckGO. Happy holidays and hope you enjoy this interview!
In this episode, we're talking about working with distraction and how we can focus better in the new year.
Today's episode is about perspective. When you have the perspective that most of what you experience will eventually be forgotten.
Think about any relationship you've had, specifically a professional relationship. These relationships have either explicit or implicit agreements. In today's episode we're talking about explanations if breaking expectations.
Are your processes useful? In the last couple of episodes, we've been talking about feedback loops and in today's episode we're continuing that discussion and zooming out to make sure our feedback loops are proving useful.
In the last episode we talked about feedback loops and in today's episode, we're talking about how that feedback loop can lead to automatic responses.
In today's episode, we're focusing on self-improvement, specifically focusing on the idea of a feedback loop and how we can use them to change and improve.
What was the last feature you built that wasn't as useful as you'd hoped? How can we avoid this scenario?
Can you experience a feeling that you don't have a name for? In today's episode we're talking about complex feelings and building a framework for creating memories and knowledge.
How do titles and roles function on a team and how can they lead us astray? Today, we're talking about roles on development teams and what they mean.
Today we're talking about how to think about requests and different ways to manage too many requests.
We're taking a moment to express a bit of gratitude for our environment that gave us the opportunity to work in the development field.
The conflict you face on your team is likely due to competing priorities. Ultimately, it's on us to determine what our priorities are when pulled in different directions. In today's episode, we're talking about why priority is not a sole decision but a
Take a minute to think about the amount of responsibilities you have.
Everybody's words have influence on the people around them. In today's episode, we're going to talk about how our words can give us leverage as a professional and fellow team mate.
How can we avoid the false sense of positivity that can occur after meetings and how can we engage in the right kinds of meetings?
Today, we're talking about how your companies sub-cultural language and how that relates to clarity in knowledge transfer.
In the last episode, we talked about modifier functions. In today's episode, we're talking about modes and paradigms in the form of everyday goals and processes.
Context is a big deal in the job of a developer. In today's episode, we're applying a zoomed out model of thinking to everyday behavior to make us better developers, co-workers and leaders.