Clean Coders

CC 025: Self Managing Teams with Sandro Mancuso

Sandro Mancuso has been working on building self-managing teams within his company. The discussion goes into what parts of the work should be managed by the team and what parts should be managed for the team. He explains the tradeoffs of independence and control at different levels. He also explains several of the things that…

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CC 024: The Costs of Software of the Lifecycle of a Project with Chris Powers

Chris Powers is the Director of Engineering at Thinkful. He’s been spending a bit of time lately thinking about the costs of decisions as software projects evolve and grow. In other words as an application evolves from a small, niche application to a widely used, multi-tenant application. Or, as the team building it changes from…

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CC 023: How to start with Test Driven Development (TDD) with Robert C. “Uncle Bob” Martin

Test Driven Development is the practice of writing your tests to explore how your code should be structured and to verify its functionality. Bob and Chuck explore the various thoughts around how to write tests, what to test, and how testing will save you time and effort in the long run. Then, they dive into…

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CC 022: The Gap Between Human Language and Computer Logic with Daniel B Markham

Human language is imprecise. Computer logic requires precision that is not provided by human language. What this means is that as humans work to program computers, they need to work to bring the way they describe the problems and solutions we’re responsible for in line with the way we think about building programs and organizing…

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CC 021: Principles of Clean Coding with Chris Powers

In this episode of Clean Coders, Chris Powers, author of Clean Code in the Browser for Clean Coders and VP of engineering for Thinkful, joins Chuck. They discuss how the solid principles of clean coding play out in an object-oriented language like JavaScript and the shift in the identity of a frontend developer in the…

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CC 020: How to Write and Refactor to Clean Code with Micah Martin

In this episode of Clean Coders, guest Micah Martin and Chuck discuss how he’s working to refactor the codebase into “clean code” and how he’s worked with apprentices in the past to teach them to write and refactor to clean code. Sponsors Cloud Academy | Get 50% off with promo code CODERS Audible.com CacheFly Host…

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CC 019: Agile Formula for Success with Daniel Markham

In this episode of Clean Coders, guest Daniel Markham walks through several strategies and answers questions Chuck poses about how to make sure that your code communicates and functions in ways that keeps the code maintainable. Daniel is writing a book about coding practices. Sponsors Raygun | Click here to get started on your free…

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CC 018: Clean Architecture with Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin

Robert C. Martin has been a coder since 1970, co-founder of cleancoders.com, founder of Uncle Bob Consulting LLC, Master Craftsman at 8th Light Inc, and author of the book Clean Agile. Uncle Bob and Chuck start by discussing whether or not there has been a decline in Agile in recent years. Uncle Bob does not…

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CC 017: Mobile Development with Eric Crichlow

Eric rejoins the show to talk about the things that the iOS development community is debating. The first thing brought up is a tweet by Ben Sandofsky around being concise versus being readable. Stay tuned to see Eric’s thoughts on the other debates happening in the iOS development community. Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here…

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CC 016: Embedded Systems and IoT with James Grenning

James Grenning is an expert in embedded systems. He’s been working in software for over 40 years. His series on Clean Coders is focused on IoT. James walks Chuck and the audience through the growth of embedded systems and its evolution into IoT. He also walks through the challenges and techniques involved in building code that runs on specific devices.

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CC 015: Getting Started with Go with Michael Whatcott

Michael Whatcott is a Go developer at Smarty Streets and co-hosts the Go with Intensity series at Clean Coders. Michael walks Chuck and the audience through the ins and outs of getting started with the Go programming language, how to think about writing programs with the language. Michael and Chuck also talk about the Go community and ecosystem.

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CC 014: The Programmer’s Oath – Part 2 – with Robert C. “Uncle Bob” Martin

Robert C. “Uncle Bob” Martin and Charles Max Wood dive into the intricacies of the last 5 points of the Programmer’s Oath. They discuss how programmers have the responsibility to continue to improve their programs, their teams, their teams’ practices, and continue to learn.

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