Software Misadventures

A podcast by Ronak Nathani, Guang Yang - Tuesdays

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36 Episodes

  1. Engineer's guide to startup advising | Kelsey Hightower

    Published: 4/2/2024
  2. The hard power of management and the soft power of senior ICs | Josh Wills

    Published: 3/19/2024
  3. From High School Suspension to US Chief Data Scientist | DJ Patil

    Published: 3/5/2024
  4. Building Diverse Engineering Teams | Erica Lockheimer

    Published: 2/20/2024
  5. Stories behind building HashiCorp | Mitchell Hashimoto

    Published: 1/30/2024
  6. Practical Guide to More Effective Mentorship | Dave O'Connor (Google, Twilio, Elastic)

    Published: 1/16/2024
  7. War stories from early days of engineering at LinkedIn | David Henke (LinkedIn, Yahoo)

    Published: 1/4/2024
  8. Automating away your job as a Data Scientist | Melissa Runfeldt (Salesforce, CueIn)

    Published: 12/12/2023
  9. Open sourcing LinkedIn's Derived Data Platform | Felix GV (LinkedIn)

    Published: 11/28/2023
  10. When enough was enough - practical and emotional drivers for leaving big tech to bootstrap Metacast | Arnab Deka & Ilya Bezdelev (AWS, Google)

    Published: 11/7/2023
  11. Pete Warden - On launching "AI in a Box" and building a hardware edge AI company - #24

    Published: 10/23/2023
  12. Nathan Marz - On changing the economics of building large-scale software with Rama - #23

    Published: 9/22/2023
  13. Kelsey Hightower - On retiring as Distinguished Engineer from Google at 42 (Part 2)

    Published: 8/3/2023
  14. Kelsey Hightower - On retiring as Distinguished Engineer from Google at 42 (Part 1)

    Published: 7/24/2023
  15. Julie Amundson - Career breaks, job search amidst hiring freezes, positioning yourself and much more - #20

    Published: 6/27/2023
  16. Chris Pruett - On deciding to leave LinkedIn and co-founding Jam, values based decision making and compassionate leadership - #19

    Published: 6/3/2022
  17. Software Misadventures Update and Plans for 2022

    Published: 3/25/2022
  18. Kailash Nadh - On being an absurdist and building the tech team at Zerodha, India's largest stock broker - #18

    Published: 2/25/2022
  19. Michael Lynch - On quitting google for indie hacking, bootstrapping to $450K+ ARR in public, writing personal retrospectives and more - #17

    Published: 1/14/2022
  20. Cory Watson - Leading observability teams at Twitter & Stripe, how to succeed in a new org, effective ways to advocate for your team and more - #16

    Published: 11/12/2021

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A show about not just the technologies, but the people and stories behind them. In every episode, Ronak and Guang sit down with engineers, founders, and investors to chat about their paths, lessons they’ve learned and of course, the misadventures along the way.