James Studdart is a full stack .NET developer, based in the UK. He has experience in a wide range of markets from tropical fish and domestic services to international freight and the holiday industry. He doesn’t know the meaning of downtime…
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In this episode we talk with Aaron Upright, about creativity for developers, yes you can be creative! Contacting Aaron Upright Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Contacting Zen Hub LinkedIn: Twitter:
In this episode we are joined by Juval Löwy to discuss the question Do Developers needs Architects? Contacting Juval Löwy website:
Back for our second monthly episode and this time we're tackling toxic workplaces. We talk about the ones we've been in, how to spot a good workplace going down hill and what we did when we found ourselves in that position. Listeners are encouraged to listen to our experiences and use them to make decisions about how they will conduct themselves in their own career. This podcast is not instructional but rather merely therapeutic for the hosts. If you want to hear more checkout out our website at https://tabsandspaces.io Tweet at us @tabsnspacesHQ Or do you have a developer related question or issue that you'd like to talk to us about in one of our episodes? Shoot us an email at tabsandspacesHQ@gmail.com Show Intro music Unity by Fatrat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8X9_MgEdCg
Contacting Anthony Cosgrave website: Twitter: A study currently being run by the NHS in the UK to gather data about Inflammatory Bowel Disease Good examples of recent and new social/socially assistive robots: Recommend book on the potential future of AI and Healthcare: Upcoming consumer home robots:
In this episode we are talking about why projects fail with Ron Lichty and Mickey Mantle. Contacting Ron Lichty: Twitter: Website: LinkedIn: Contacting Mickey Mantle: Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Managing the Unmanagable book:
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Jan 18th, 1983
United Kingdom
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3 days, 8 hours