The freeCodeCamp Podcast

Crossover Special: 10 Years of The Changelog + 5 years of freeCodeCamp

Ep. 84: From photography student to successful freelancer and content creator with Jessica Chan

Ep. 83: From high school english teacher to software engineer at a machine learning company

Ep. 82: From Poker to Amazon Engineer to Host of Software Engineering Daily with Jeff Meyerson

Ep. 81: How Ruben Harris Used the Power of Stories to Break Into Startups

Ep. 80: How to get a job, stay focused, and create quality content - advice from a senior software engineer

Ep. 79: How to design tech event experiences so everybody wins

Ep. 78: From early stage startups to manager at MongoDB

Ep. 77: How a former music teacher taught herself to code and landed a job at GitHub

Ep. 76: How to become a successful freelancer

Ep. 75: How an army vet went from English major to full-stack developer

Ep. 74: From biochemical engineer to software engineer at LEGO

Ep. 73: How taking risks catapulted one developer's career forward

Ep. 72: JavaScript Joe - from linguistics to front-end developer

Ep. 71: Harvard CS50's David Malan and Colton Ogden on Computer Science

Ep. 70: How one young developer, masters student, and YouTuber does it all

Ep. 69: from successful plumber to full-time developer

Ep. 68: From homeschooler to self-taught full stack developer

Ep. 67 - Digital artist, game developer, and entrepreneurial college student

Ep. 66: Cult survivor, activist, and developer advocate: Alejandra's journey into tech

Ep. 65: CodeNewbie founder talks about her immigrant story and her journey into tech

Ep. 64: How Colleen Shnettler runs her business while raising her kids and contributing to open source

Ep. 63: Building community and career through live streaming - an interview with Jesse Weigel

Ep. 62: How Kate Illsley learned to code and got involved in her local tech community

Ep. 61: How Tim Myers survived a 12 year prison sentence then became a web developer

Ep. 60: How Rachel Tobac went from medicine to infosec

Ep. 59: Shawn Wang left a $350K/year finance job to learn to code

Ep. 58: Ariel Leslie, software developer and freeCodeCamp superstar

Ep. 57: Adam Hollett, From Writer to Developer

Ep. 56: Jennifer Bland, Google Developer Expert, Speaker, and World Traveler

Ep. 55: Lauren Mayers, Web Developer and Open Source Enthusiast

Ep. 54: Tracy Lee, Developer, JavaScript Advocate, and Entrepreneur

Ep. 53: Zubin Pratap - From Lawyer to Developer

Ep. 52: Abbey and Quincy talk about the podcast and upcoming episodes

Ep. 51: Erica Peterson, founder, entrepreneur, and mother

Ep 50: Sacha Greif, designer, developer, and open source creator

Ep 49 - Lyle Troxell, software engineer at Netflix and radio show host

Ep 48 - Ali Spittel, creator of Zen of Programming

Ep. 47 - Laurence Bradford - interview with the creator of

Ep. 46 - Alexander Kallaway - Interview with the creator of 100DaysOfCode

Ep. 45 - Dropout turned Software Engineer Dylan Israel - developer interview

Ep. 44 - How to land a top-notch tech internship - and tech job - while you're still in school

Ep. 42 - How to write a good design doc

Ep. 41 - Mistakes I've made as a junior developer - and how you can avoid them

Ep. 40 - The main pillars of learning programming - and why beginners should master them

Ep. 39 - Learning how to learn: the most important developer skill

Ep. 38 - How to conquer legacy code

Ep. 37 - The Rise of the Data Engineer

Ep. 36 - Explain Bitcoin like I'm 5

Ep. 35 - How I went from zero to San Francisco software engineer in 12 months

Ep. 34 - d'Oh My Zsh

Ep. 33 - Code dependencies are the devil

Ep. 32 - How you can start a career in a different field without experience

Ep. 31 - Good coding instincts will eventually kick you in the teeth

Ep. 30 - Craigslist, Wikipedia, and the Abundance Economy

Ep. 29 - Finding time to become a better developer

Ep. 28 - How to land a six figure job in tech with no connections

Ep. 27 - Hackers stole my website...and I pulled off a $30,000 sting operation to get it back

Ep. 26 - The Essential Guide to Take-Home Coding Challenges

Ep. 25 - I'm 56 and learning to code. Here's an epic beat-down of my critical inner self.

Ep. 24 - How to run a successful development process (even if you're not technical)

Ep. 23 - We studied how students performed in technical interviews. Where they went to school didn't matter.

Ep. 22 - Our team broke up with "instant legacy" code releases. Here's how yours can, too.

Ep. 21 - What is an API? In English, please.

Ep. 20 - Basics of Machine Learning - interview with Nishant Shukla

Ep. 19 - Don't worry, be happy: how to build your future tech career in 5 simple steps

Ep. 18 - Why I studied full time for 8 months for a Google interview

Ep. 17 - From side project to $17,000/month business

Ep. 16 - From programming with a Nokia feature phone to working for an MIT startup

Ep. 15 - How I replicated an $86 million project in 57 lines of code

Ep. 14 - How to Go From Hobbyist to Professional Developer

Ep. 13 - Ten Rules for Negotiating a Job Offer Part 2

Ep. 12 - Ten Rules for Negotiating a Job Offer

Ep. 11 - Programming is hard. That’s precisely why you should learn it.

Ep. 10 - We fired our top developer talent. Best decision we ever made.

Ep. 9 - How I went from fashion model to software engineer in 1 year

Ep. 8 - I spent 3 months applying to jobs after a coding bootcamp. Here’s what I learned.

Ep. 7 - The code I’m still ashamed of

Ep. 6 - Which Programming Language Should You Learn First?

Ep. 5 - How I got a second degree and earned 5 developer certifications in just one year, while working and raising two kids

Ep. 4 - Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I was Learning How to Code

Ep. 3 - How I Went From Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer at Companies Like Apple Part 3 - First Week on the Job

Ep. 2 - How I Went From Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer at Companies Like Apple Part 2 - The Interview

Ep. 1 - How I went from Selling Food in the Street to Working as a Developer at Companies Like Apple Part 1 - Learning to Code