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Jeff Atwood (Ellie, Pyroxenes, Jutting Managers, Hallan)

Lexman Artificial

Jeff Atwood joins the show to talk about his new book, Ellie: A Novel about Pyroxenes, Jutting Managers, and Hallan. The book is a satire about the current state of the world and how 2017 has been a big year for change. Jeff and Lexman discuss the book, how it came to be, and what people can expect from it.

28 Jun 2022

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STT E50: Jeff Atwood (Stack Overflow cofounder)

Stevey's Tech Talk

Hey folks!I'm very pleased to be hosting Jeff Atwood as our guest this week.Jeff was co-creator of Stack Overflow, which is by far one of themost successful Q&A sites ever created, and is every programmer'sbest friend.Jeff and I talked about all sorts of stuff.  I didn't have a fixedagenda and just let the conversation roll.  Jeff talks about quitea few topics near and dear to his heart, especially hardware andcolocation.  He also talks about his $10k bet with John Carmackover the near future of self-driving cars.We also talk about Discourse, which is Jeff's newest offering:An open-source, modernized, full-featured forum software package.I'm super stoked that Jeff took the time to be on the show.Make sure you check out Discourse for your next forum!As always, if you like the content and want to see more greatguests like Jeff, please head to YT and like the video and subscribe to ourchannel.  It really helps with our growth.  Thank you!

47mins

6 Jun 2022

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Episode 285 Being An Authentic Communicator with Jeff Atwood

The Lead Up Podcast

On this episode of The Lead Up Podcast, Mike is joined by guest Jeff Atwood. Jeff grew up in a small town in Iowa and currently owns a small family farm just outside of Nashville. Jeff provides an insight into his past careers and how he worked in executive roles for multiple hospital companies and what those roles taught him about leadership.  They discuss why the story of ‘you’ is so important today for leaders when it comes to leading and communicating with others. Jeff shares about how a lot of companies focus on metrics now but people crave authentic relationships and authentic leadership. He tells us that when we set the metrics aside and focus on the person and the relationship the metrics take care of themselves. Mike shares how research has shown that 94% of people say that they would stay with their current employer if they felt valued, developed, and treated like a human.  They also talk about how the working environment is changing and Jeff shares how he feels it’s not about checking boxes to become successful anymore and suggests that the ideology of College is changing. He talks about why messaging is more important today than it’s ever been and how repeating the message can be super effective within the workplace as oftentimes the company mission can get put on the shelf.  Jeff shares his best advice to leaders on how to effectively present the company message to their organizations and states that ensuring everyone is aware of and understands the purpose is key. If you enjoyed and found value from this episode, make sure you leave us a review on the streaming platform of your choice and share it with a friend who could also benefit from this podcast. You can find out more and contact Jeff through his website: https://www.jeffatwood.com/about. You can get a copy of one of Jeff's books here.

41mins

3 Jun 2022

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Little Things Make a Big Difference to Lower Anxiety in Graduates with Jeff Atwood, Author, Need to Know for Graduates

Anxiety at Work with Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton

Our guest today is Jeff Atwood. Jeff is the author of the new book “Need to Know for Graduates,” and has more than three decades of experience in brand development and as a communicator specializing in helping organizations and communities tell their stories. He has  books published by Simon & Schuster, Harvest House and others. Jeff and his wife of 30 years are the parents of three daughters. ###We are grateful for our amazing sponsor, LifeGuides, a peer-to-peer community that helps you navigate through your day-to-day stressors by providing a place of empathy, listening, wisdom, and support with a Guide who has walked in your shoes, experiencing the same challenge or life experience as you.  We have a special offer for you from LifeGuides. It's this easy -  Schedule a demo and drop Healthy2021 in the “Any Questions?” box and receive 2 FREE months service. How GREAT is that?If you love this podcast, please share and give It a 5 star rating! If you feel inspired, we invite you to come on over to We Thrive Together and join our community. We have created this space for you to feel safe to talk about anxiety and mental health at work and at home.###Your hosts are Adrian Gostick and Chester Elton. They have spent more than two decades helping clients around the world engage their employees on strategy, vision and values. They provide real solutions for leaders looking to manage change, drive innovation and build high performance cultures and teams. Their work is supported by research with more than a million working adults across the globe.They are authors of multiple award-winning Wall Street Journal and New York Times bestsellers All In, The Carrot Principle, Leading with Gratitude, and Anxiety at Work. Their books have been translated into 30 languages and have sold more than 1.5 million copies. They have been called “fascinating” by Fortune and “creative and refreshing” by The New York Times. Learn more about their speaking, courses, and executive coaching practice at The Culture Works.

28mins

22 Apr 2022

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Jeff Atwood (Stackoverflow co-founder) — Engineering Sanity on the Internet | Ideamarket Podcast 14

Ideamarket Podcast

[https://ideamarket.io — Where attention pays you.]Jeff Atwood is the co-founder of StackOverflow (a top 100 website) and founder of Discourse, an app used by Figma to Brave. He's also an author, blogger, and entrepreneur. He writes the computer programming blog Coding Horror."In this episode:FOLLOW JEFF ATWOOD👇- Website: https://blog.codinghorror.com/- Twitter: https://twitter.com/codinghorror- Discourse: https://www.discourse.org/- Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/IDEAMARKET 💡📈- Ideamarket: https://ideamarket.io/- Discord: https://discord.com/invite/zaXZXGE4Ke- Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ideamarket-podcast/id1578995236- Twitter: https://twitter.com/ideamarket_io- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1Uz1YVauQWsrWTzELlPyIfsi=wTZLkpPLTn2zorWeUY7z5g&dl_branch=1The Ideamarket Podcast is where venture philosophers share the ideas, trends, and concepts they're most bullish on. Ideamarket is the credibility layer of the internet. Ideamarket allows the public to mainstream the world's best information using market signals, replacing media corporations as arbiter of credibility.Get started now: https://ideamarket.io/

1hr 45mins

31 Jan 2022

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#42 - Building The World You Want To See, with Jeff Atwood

The Work Item - A Career Growth and Exploration Podcast

Whether you are new in the tech industry or are a veteran developer, chances are that you’ve used a product that Jeff Atwood worked on. I’m talking about Stack Overflow and Discourse, of course. When it comes to building communities and fostering good conversations, Jeff took an unusual position - steer the conversation towards finding the best in people, argue ideas and not people, and ultimately, contribute to a world that’s just a bit better. How does it all work? Jeff elaborates in this episode. You can find Jeff on the following sites: 🐤 Twitter 📝 Blog As called-out on the show, you should check out Discourse, along with the Meta and Boing Boing communities. The podcast was produced by Den Delimarsky. Music by Wataboi from Pixabay.

58mins

31 Oct 2021

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Shift-M/48: Jeff Atwood about knowledge management in software teams

yegor256 podcast

Jeff Atwood is an American software developer, author, blogger, and entrepreneur. He writes the computer programming blog Coding Horror. He co-founded the computer programming question-and-answer website Stack Overflow and co-founded Stack Exchange, which extends Stack Overflow's question-and-answer model to subjects other than programming.Jeff's blog: https://www.codinghorror.com

58mins

23 Aug 2021

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31_The Power of Storytelling with Kristin Baird and Jeff Atwood

The Busy Leader’s Podcast - A Catalyst for Inspired Action

Looking to reconnect back to your purpose? Kristin Baird, President and CEO, of Baird Group, and Author, Speaker, and Healthcare leader, Jeff Atwood are on The Busy Leader’s Podcast this week to share the power of storytelling and the deep and impactful way it connects us to each other.Kris explains how having a great patient experience starts with having a great culture; having a great culture retains talent. She says that the best way to build a great culture within your organization is by having an unrelenting focus on people as individuals. Healthcare organizations tend to spend more time recruiting new people rather than retaining the talent they already have. Kris empathizes that when we get to know our people better and listen to their stories, we then know how to coach and lead them better. Stories connect us back to our purpose.Unlike Kris, Jeff never intended to get into the healthcare industry. It wasn’t until his daughter Madison was born that Jeff saw first-hand the difference that healthcare workers make each day. Going to doctor’s offices and hospitals regularly with his daughter, Jeff saw the impact that Madison’s story made on those who listened. He soon discovered the power of storytelling. Jeff explains how we must focus on the importance of telling stories because hearing and understanding the story of a patient can make all the difference in their care.The is a must-listen for healthcare leaders, providers, workers, or anyone looking to connect back to their calling.

38mins

9 Aug 2021

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#003 Creating StackOverflow and Discourse with Jeff Atwood

ByteTalk

Videohttps://youtu.be/oZz2Rr5qFuQLinks 02:23 Rubber duck theory 17:09 StackOverflow Podcast 18:01 How to Stop Sucking and Be Awesome Instead 21:45 Discourse 24:58 GitHub Discussions 25:18 101 Basic Computer Games 30:52 Chia Cryptocurrency 36:09 Supreme Justice Clarence Thomas suggests the US should regulate Facebook 38:44 The Social Dilemma 39:09 Brandolini's Law 40:59 Atwood's Law 44:27 CODE mechanical keyboard

48mins

11 May 2021

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#5: Jeff Atwood - Co-founder of StackOverflow and founder of Discourse

Distinguished Devs

Jeff Atwood is the co-founder of Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange, the founder of Discourse, and the author of one of the most popular software blogs, CodingHorror.It’s hard to understate the impact he’s had on the software industry - it’s safe to say that most programmers use daily the tools he’s created to share knowledge, exchange ideas and solve problems. As well as being an extremely experienced software developer, Jeff is fascinated by the people side of programming and how we as software developers interact and learn.In this interview we talk about how StackOverflow started, his experiences with blogging, his observations of online communities, motivation and learning.

29mins

13 Apr 2020

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