Appearance: Corecursive #34

Mostly TypeScript, but also a bit of Rust, type theory, and productivity.

July 15, 2019Filed under Tech#appearances#podcasting#programming languages#rust#typescriptMarkdown source

I was delighted to spend a bit over an hour chatting with Adam Gordon Bell on the Corecursive podcast. I was there officially to talk about TypeScript, and I did a lot of that… but we also dug into Rust a bit, of course, as well as talking about my schedule and “productivity”.

I’ve been podcasting for a few years now, but this was only the second time I’ve ever been on someone else’s podcast—and it was a blast. Thanks so much to Adam for having me on!

Finishing Things on the Internet

Reflections on the event of finishing New Rustacean.

May 27, 2019 (updated May 29, 2019)Filed under blog#burnout#podcasting#writingMarkdown source

Burnout, Six Months Later

A bit more on what “recovery” looks like.

May 05, 2019Filed under blog#burnout#mental health#podcasting#writingMarkdown source

iZotope RX is Amazing

Expensive—but worth it!—audio post-production for podcasting.

December 31, 2018Filed under Blog#audio#podcasting#softwareMarkdown source

2018: Some Closing Thoughts

This was not the year I expected.

December 23, 2018Filed under blog#burnout#career#fitness#health#podcasting#reading#writingMarkdown source

Building Things

A meander on leadership roles and the kinds of contributions we make.

August 06, 2018Filed under tech#leadership#new rustacean#podcasting#software developmentMarkdown source

2017 in Review: Looking Forward

Some hopes and (tentative, as ever) plans for 2018.

December 26, 2017Filed under blog#2017-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2017 in Review: My Goals

Not the year we expected. But a good year nonetheless.

December 24, 2017Filed under blog#2017-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 6 of 6

Plans for 2017!

January 01, 2017Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 5 of 6

Getting things done in 2016 and beyond.

December 31, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#pomodoro#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 4 of 6

Writing software for Olo and for open source.

December 30, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 3 of 6

Podcasting: Winning Slowly, New Rustacean, and more!

December 29, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 2 of 6

So. many. words. I had no idea how many words.

December 28, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 1 of 6

Running headfirst into a wall of pneumonia.

December 27, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Introduction

Or: a ridiculous year summarized!

December 27, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

Run With Me!

A new (micro-)podcast (yes, I know I'm crazy)

April 11, 2016Filed under blog#design#fitness#podcastingMarkdown source

Static Site Generators and Podcasting

Publishing podcasts the hard way.

February 28, 2016Filed under tech#podcasting#python#rust#software developmentMarkdown source

Women in Rust

January 10, 2016Filed under tech#podcasting#rust#tweetstormMarkdown source

Thoughts on 2015 (and 2016)

December 26, 2015Filed under blog#family#podcasting#rustMarkdown source

On Editing Podcasts

Good podcasts—like good blog posts—require planning, care, and editing.

August 24, 2015 (updated August 28, 2015)Filed under tech#podcastingMarkdown source

Hey, Look—A Podcast!

January 28, 2014Filed under blog#podcastingMarkdown source