I'm on Changelog and Friends!

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I'm very excited to be on my first ever podcast, and it happens to be on the ever excellent the Changelog, in their Changelog & Friends podcast.

As noted in the episode, the first (recorded) time I listened to The Changelog was in 2016, and I've been an avid listener for years, to the point of joining the Changelog++ subscribers in 2022.

I've written a little bit more in depth about why I love The Changelog and think you should be listening to it too, which is something I've been meaning to write for a few months now.

This was a lot of fun, and it was really great to chat with Jerod and Adam, especially as I've been hearing their voices and thoughts for a good chunk of the last decade!

We chatted about my salary history and what I've learned since doing it, the IndieWeb community, my ADHD and then on to my work with dependency-management-data and maybe turning it into a business πŸ‘€

There were some really interesting threads of conversation I'd not taken before with other folks, and it was really insightful hearing Jerod and Adam's points of views.

I'd very much like to shout out Dan Moore who requested me as a guest, as well as an anonymous member of the Changelog community who requested me in the past.

I had a lot of fun, interesting to see the behind-the-scenes of how the great podcasts are made, and it was really great talking to Jerod and Adam πŸ’œ

Check it out and let me know what you think!

Changelog & Friends 31: Yeeting stuff into public – Listen on Changelog.com

PS - there's a good Changelog++ section, too! Changelog++, as the ancient scriptures say, is better πŸ™Œ

PPS - love the title of the episode 😹

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