Oct 17, 2022
Ted is a self-described geek who takes great pride and joy in making other geeks into bigger and better (and hopefully more highly rewarded) geeks. Having recently stepped into a management role, Ted has been looking for more and more ways to leverage his skills as a “force multiplier” across his entire team to not only better the team itself — but the entire organization as a whole.
Topics of Discussion:
[5:04] Microsoft is probably going to look for ways to do the summit in person, but the pandemic has shown us we can also use remote options for those that don’t want to or can’t travel.
[6:14] Ted discusses some tools that make getting the information at conferences easier and more accessible.
[13:15] We all want to find that tribe; to find that group of people where we feel like we fit in.
[23:10] Ted talks about why he doesn’t love that a lot of conferences are kind of trying to combine professional development and family vacation.
[25:10] Remember that you are at a professional event, and you represent your company. Don’t lose sight of why you are there.
[28:20] What Ted has been playing with these days.
[34:56] The problem with low-code solutions is that they’re designed for hobbyists.
[40:26] The emergence of low-code and no-code tools.
Mentioned in this Episode:
Architect Tips — New video podcast!
Clear Measure (Sponsor)
Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events!
http://www.lolcode.org/ — lolcode: transpiler, compiler
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