October 12, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 35: Chris McCooey
Treehouse founder and CEO Ryan Carson interviews Chris McCooey about developing engineers, nurturing innovators and creating experiences that delight users.
October 11, 2018 in Business Resources
Break Rooms, not Job Fairs: How to hire the perfect junior developer
Hiring outside engineering talent is expensive, time-consuming and risky. Here are some ways that savvy tech companies conserve those resources and still acquire the junior devs they need.
October 11, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 34: Robert Stewart
On today’s episode, Ryan chats with the CTO and Chief Architect at Castlight about his career, engineering-team leadership, machine-learning algorithms and more!
October 10, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 33: Don Thompson
Treehouse CEO/founder Ryan Carson sits down with Don Thompson, the VP of Software Development at Nextech Systems, to talk about his long career and unique perspective on the company.
October 9, 2018 in Business Resources
Team Treehouse’s “Hey, have you seen this?” list for October 9th
Talent bidding wars, managing teams, building a better future of equity, diversity and inclusion: Here’s what we’ve been reading at Treehouse this week:
October 8, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 004: Dory Weiss
“The things that I loved about being a teacher and a facilitator, and the ways that I like to think about classroom dynamics, those things translate very well to organizational dynamics”
October 5, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 003: Gary Ogasawara
“Stay as deeply technical for as long as possible. I try to do that today: Write code, read code as much as possible. It gives you a better understanding of the people you’re managing, so you could understand how difficult things are.”
October 3, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 002: Daniel Doubrovkine
“I felt like I needed some structure to understand how actual software in larger organizations is built, because a lot of our failures I thought were structural.”
October 2, 2018 in Business Resources
What scheduling time for daily learning says to your employees
Scheduling time for daily learning sends clear messages to employees, and can help keep a company ahead of the curve. Here’s what those messages say.
October 2, 2018 in Treehouse News
Become a Certified Developer with a Techdegree
Techdegree helps people learn the tech skills to change their lives, via a structured program with a rigorous curriculum, 9+ portfolio projects, a support network and a proctored final exam. Challenge yourself, deepen your skills and prove your knowledge to potential employers. All in 6-12 months, on your own schedule.
October 1, 2018 in Business Resources
Change Wave 001: Mikey Butler
“The definition of merit is culturally specific so non-majority-culture people show up and don’t line up with the traditional definition of merit. The broadening of the definition, understanding that it needs to be modified as a result of you going down the path of inclusion becomes part of the journey your company has to make.”
October 1, 2018 in Engineering People Podcast
The Engineering People Show, Episode 32: Ben Adida
Treehouse founder/CEO Ryan Carson sits down with Ben Adida, the VP Engineering at Clever.com, the leading K-12 education platform.