4×11 – Mob Programming

This week, Chuck talks about the emerging practice of mob programming, in which a group of three or more people collaboratively write code around a single keyboard and monitor. While this may sound wasteful at first blush, the practice can accelerate learning. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sponsors are needed […]

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Goals – 2×13

In this show, Chuck talks about forming goals, and an alternative to SMART goals that he finds more compelling. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sponsors are needed to help the podcast grow and thrive. Sign up today! Photo by Japheth Mast on Unsplash

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Code Katas versus Koans – 2×09

In this reprise of a classic Agile Chuck Wagon episode, Chuck talks about the difference between a code kata and a koan, and the role each can play in the professional development of a programmer. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sponsors are needed to help the podcast grow and […]

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SCARF threat model – 2×02

In this episode, Chuck introduces listeners to the SCARF threat model, and how threats to our status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness, and fairness impact our ability to listen and engage with others. This episode is sponsored by our friends and generous backers on Patreon. Sign up today!

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