Charles Max Wood has hosted 4 episodes.
Charles Max Wood is the host of several podcasts at Top End Devs. He's also the lead coach and is dedicated to helping developers join the top 5% of developers in the field and within their technology specialities. Charles has worked primarily in Ruby on Rails, but enjoys exploring other development communities.
He has been a professional programmer since 2008 and a podcaster since 2008. To date he has produced or hosted more than 3200 podcast episodes.
Sascha Wolf has hosted 7 episodes.
Sascha is a 30-year-old Software Developer from Cologne, Germany.
During his career he dabbled with a lot of things, over “classic” Java development, to mobile and responsive web apps, over to building large scalable and resilient backend systems. He prefers his programming languages functional and is deeply in love with the teachings of domain-driven design.
Nowadays he applies his skills at 7Mind, where he builds the backend software which helps millions of people to find mindfulness in their lives. Communication, compassion, and knowledge-sharing are all important topics for him, and he likes to think about how we can use them to build a better and more productive place to work.
In his free-time he is a loving husband, father and avid roleplayer. He reads a lot, loves a good science fiction movie and likes to engage in thought-provoking conversations from game design to system architecture or the meaning of life.
Allen Wyma has hosted 7 episodes.
Allen Wyma is the Director at Plangora Limited. He is interested in finding places to DRY up code and make packages and projects easier to port and as general as can be. He is constantly looking for ways to automate processes so minds can be used for what they need, such as thinking out new processes.
Adi Iyengar has hosted 3 episodes.
Adi Iyengar is a Senior Software Engineer/Architect who is passionate about Test Driven Development and functional programming. He was extremely lucky to start off as an Elixir developer and has been using Elixir in production since 2015. Over those years, he has worked across a wide array of applications, and authored / contributed to several open source libraries. He enjoys finding ways of making software more deterministic and easy to work on.
Adi is also currently working on a book for Packt which walks the readers through building a web framework in Elixir. He also spends his time organizing Boston Elixir meetups, mentoring people new to Software development, and selling Elixir to them.
In his free time, he can be seen playing Billiards, Ping Pong or Breakdancing. He is also very passionate about Theoretical Physics and spends a good amount of his time keeping up with advancements in that field.
Eric Bolikowski has hosted 1 episode.