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Andy Hunt has been behind some of the biggest ideas in everyday software development in the past decade. From co-authoring the Agile Manifesto and The Pragmatic Programmer to starting The Pragmatic Bookshelf, one of the most influential developer book publishers, to helping bring about the rise of MVC web frameworks, chances are that he’s had some influence on your day-to-day work. In this one-hour webcast, we’ll talk with Andy about the ideas in his latest book, Pragmatic Thinking and Learning. We’ll discuss why your brain is where software development really happens, how you can refactor your thinking and as he puts it, “just the plain old weirdness that is people”.
You can listen to the recording of the webcast (recorded on March 4, 2010) in a couple of ways:
As always, if you have questions, comments or suggestions on how to make Ignite Your Coding better, we want to hear from you! Feel free to email either of us – John Bristowe and Joey deVilla.
Ignite Your Coding is a series of interviews where Microsoft Canada Developer Evangelists John Bristowe and Joey deVilla talk with some of the brightest lights in the professional programming world about their areas of interest, dealing with the constant change in the industry and their suggestions on how to be a better software developer.
Podcast Participants: Andy Hunt, John Bristowe and Joey deVilla.
Music: Win This Race by picadillyCircus Sound Design, courtesy of iStockphoto.
Thanks for the MP3 version of the webcast. However, the iTunes podcast links are not pointing to this item. The links point to feeds for Security Bulletins for the Regular IT Guy.
Could you find the link for the Ignite Your Coding podcasts? I couldn't find it.
I'd really like to subscribe to all the IYC podcasts
fail on not getting it on itunes.
this the early 2000's?