In this episode, we sit down and talk about a little bit of everything – from advertising to Kalen’s track record on predictions, a little bit of Magento, and moaar.
Kalen has launched a new youtube channel and we cross-posted this episode there as well as here for Magetalk.
Listen as host Khayrattee Wasseem talks with Mike Stowe. This is thorough explanation of the role of a developer marketing – the why, the how, the responsibilities, how not to cross boundaries and specially how to transition from dev to dev rel, including difference between Developer Evangelist, Developer Relations, Developer Advocacy & Developer Marketing.
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Listen as host Khayrattee Wasseem talks with Derick Rethans – indepth xdebug & xdebug Cloud discussion, his role as Release Manager for PHP 7.4, feature freeze, his creative side and the rapid-fire round.
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Listen as host Khayrattee Wasseem talks with Dana Luther about her two talks for Longhorn PHP happening in Oct 2021 – docker secrets & exakat using docker.
She explains how she participated in the “School the World” movement to help children in poor countries. She also talks about her passion for singing.
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In this episode, we sit down and talk with Willem Wigman, the inventor of the Hyva Frontend Magento Development framework.
Mario Peshev and Cal Evans talk about how COVID has changes doing business in tech, the affects it has had on hiring, and of course, remote working.
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Per Kalen’s suggestion, this episode will be in Memorium to the passage of the Magento brand, now renamed Adobe Commerce.
It is also, definitely, totally not in any way in relation to the 12 hours of downtime experienced by repo.magento.com recently.
Phillip and Kalen are trying to do the oft-attempted, rarely accomplished Reverse Podfade.
Will they succeed? Only time will tell.