Scott Nimrod is fascinated with software craftsmanship. He has been practicing software development since 2003. He’s a thriving entrepreneur, software consultant, and he blogs. He focuses on native application development and Test Automation. He was born and raised on the mean streets of Cleveland, Ohio and currently resides in Miami Beach, Florida. His blog can be found at Bizmonger.Wordpress.com.
- - Dave introduces the show and Scott Nimrod
- - "It gets lonely when constantly climbing"
- - Doing and being your best as a wedge
- - "A man alone seeks the truth but a man amongst the group seeks validation"
- - Historical examples of resistance to better ways
- - Consequences of resistance to better ways
- - The good intentions of other programmers and people
- - Wanted: membership in a team of like-minded teammates with a relentless dedication to quality and improvement
- - How to approach finding a team to join
- - Alternatives to the job search
- - Vulnerability, attitude, discomfort, self-perception, and being cool
- - What is sought in a job interview?
- Scott's Tweet About Being Lonely on the Climb
- Dave with John Sonmez - Interview for Simple Programmer
- Lord of the Flies - William Golding
- Venkat Subramaniam
- Dr Ignaz Semmelweis and hand washing
- Nuance in the Story of Dr Ignaz Semmelweis
- Sandi Metz on Developer On Fire
- Erik Dietrich on Developer On Fire
- Developer Hegemony - Erik Dietrich
- The Ultimate Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams