Hey, Look—A Podcast!

January 28, 2014Filed under blog#podcastingMarkdown 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

Thoughts on 2015 (and 2016)

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

Women in Rust

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

Static Site Generators and Podcasting

Publishing podcasts the hard way.

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

Run With Me!

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

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

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, 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 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 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 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 6 of 6

Plans for 2017!

January 01, 2017Filed under Blog#2016-in-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

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

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

2018: Some Closing Thoughts

This was not the year I expected.

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

iZotope RX is Amazing

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

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

Burnout, Six Months Later

A bit more on what “recovery” looks like.

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

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

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!

Christology: God With Us and For Us

Audio and notes from an adult Sunday School class I’m teaching at our church!

August 11, 2019 (updated September 01, 2019)Filed under Theology#christology#church#podcasting#teachingMarkdown source