Clean Coders

Hosted ByCharles Max Wood

The Clean Coders podcast is an exploration of what makes great code and great coders. It's a partnership between Clean Coders and Devchat.tv and includes interviews with authors of courses on cleancoders.com.


All Episodes

CC 010: The Programmer’s Oath with Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin

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CC 028: Building Courses and Changing Jobs with Eric Crichlow

Eric Crichlow is the author of the iOS Development 101 on Clean Coders. Chuck and Eric discuss the course and the process of building a course for Clean Coders....

CC 027: What is a Top 5% Developer?

This is a repeat episode of Ruby Rogues 485 The Rogues dive into who are top 5% developers, what they’re doing and how to recognize them. They start out...

CC 026: How to Make an Impact on the Development Community

Charles Max Wood takes a solo flight into how to make an impact on the development community and build the career you want at the same time. Chuck starts...

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...

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....

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...

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...

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...