- - Dave introduces the show and Pam Selle
- - Valuing doing things the smart way over the harder way
- - Pam's definition of value
- - Quotable quote - "The problem with the golden rule is some of us beat ourselves up too much."
- - The things that "light Pam up"
- - The long tail
- - How Pam got started creating software
- - Pam's story of failure, overlooking details in work over a holiday causing significant impact
- - Pam on emotional intelligence and positive/negative emotional attractors
- - Pam's greatest success story, delivering and improving process in a tight timeframe
- - How Pam stays current with what she needs to know
- - Pam's book recommendation
- - The things that have Pam most excited about her present and future
- - The greatest sources of pain in Pam's life and work
- - Pam's prediction for the future of software
- - Pam's top 3 tips for delivering more value
- - The amazing Linda Rising
- - Keeping up with Pam
- - Farewell
- The Webivore - Pam's Blog
- Turing-Incomplete - Pam's Podcast
- Pam's Books
- Girl Develop It
- Go the F*** Home - Pam's Talk on Getting it Done and Living Life
- Pam and the Rest of Turing-Incomplete on the Changelog
- Recurse Center - Pam calls it "Montessori School for Programmers"
- Code Montage - Vanessa Hurst
- Code.org intro video including Vanessa Hurst and Drew Houson (DropBox creator) - "It's the closest thing we have to a super power."
- Long tail
- Turing-Incomplete Origin Stories
- Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone - Mark Goulston M.D.
- Linda Rising on Developer On Fire
- Rethinking Work - Article about work and motivation in New York Times
Pam's book recommendation:
Pam's top 3 tips for delivering more value:
1. Cultivate your sense of empathy
2. Listen to people who don't look like you
3. Always be learning