This week we were joined by Julie Ann Horvath, designer and developer for &yet. Julie has recently been the subject of tech news headlines because of her public resignation from her previous employer (Github) due to sexism and harassment. It’s a heavy and traumatic topic, but we’re thankful to Julie for sharing her experience so we can grow as a community and prevent these types of unfortunate events in the future.
We talked about (roughly in order):
- 28:37 Brendan Eich resigns as Mozilla Corporation CEO
- Note: Within minutes of wrapping this episode, Brendan Eich stepped down as CEO.
Q & A:
- 38:09 Do you have any advice on where to look for jobs where an experienced front-end developer could learn from their co-workers and be challenged?
- 50:48 I feel like I may have too much on my plate for the year: should I ask my team for more help?
- 20:27 Harvest Harvest is a beautifully crafted business tool for tracking time spent on client projects. Work from anywhere by starting a timer via web browser, desktop, iPhone or Android. It’s effortless to start a timer. No matter where you find yourself plugging away, the focus stays on the task at hand. After the free 30 day trial period, use code “SHOPTALK” before June 1st and receive 50% off your first month.
- 43:08 E4H: Artifact Conf May 5-7 in Austin, Texas: a two day, one-track conference with some of the greatest speakers on the web, including Dave Rupert, Jeremy Keith, Trent Walton, Brad Frost, Josh Clark, and more. Use discount code SHOPTALKSHOW for $100 off your ticket (group discounts available).
- Julie’s Website
- Julie on Twitter
- Human Javascipt Book
- Passion Projects
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