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Developer Tea

Developer Tea exists to help driven developers connect to their ultimate purpose and excel at their work so that they can positively impact the people they influence. With over 13 million downloads to date, Developer Tea is a short podcast hosted by Jonathan Cutrell (@jcutrell), co-founder of Spec and Director of Engineering at PBS. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. Twitter: @developertea :: Email: developertea@gmail.com

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Last Episode Date: 3 June 2024

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3 June 2024
Managing Using Core Indicators of Team Outcomes

In this episode, we use the Start / Stop / Continue framework in a new way. As leaders, we should always know what outcome indicators a given discussion is based on. In this episode, we discuss the three core outcome indicators for managers to pay close attention to.đź“® Ask...

14 min
15 May 2024
Inverted Thinking As a Strategy To Combat Bias

In today's episode, we talk about inversion and inverted thinking. This is a mental model inspired by considering the "negative space" instead of the space occupied by the thing you are seeking. For example, if you are trying to avoid failure, you might intuitively seek a "s...

6 min
8 May 2024
Talking To Yourself for Better One-On-Ones

In today's episode we discuss a preparation step for your next one-on-one. Don't just wing it - do your homework... and talk to yourself a little bit.đź“® Ask a QuestionIf you enjoyed this episode and would like me to discuss a question that you have on the show, drop it ove...

10 min
1 May 2024
Interview Prep: Two Counterintuitive Tips

In today's episode we'll discuss some counterintuitive advice for your interviews. This advice applies in interview settings, but also applies in 1-1 meetings as well.🙏 Today's Episode is Brought To you by: UnblockedUnblocked provides helpful and accurate answers develope...

21 min
25 April 2024
The Top Resumé Mistake I See, Plus the Best Resumé Advice I've Ever Received

After today's episode, your resumé is going to get better! In this episode I will share the biggest mistake and the best advice I've ever received about building a great resumé. This will take some work from you, but I hope you walk away from this episode feeling like you ...

18 min
23 April 2024
Prioritization Using Critical Path Thinking

In today's episode, we talk about the counterintuitive process of prioritizing based on critical path. This is not a novel concept that I've invented, but rather a revisiting of the classic discussion started by Eli Goldratt in his book "The Goal", and later in his book "Cri...

13 min
17 April 2024
Cultural Antidotes - Clarity Isn't Just Honesty

The most common mistake for any manager is to fail to clarify. This often happens because we mistake our average communications for having perfect clarity, when in fact we most often don't communicate at high levels of clarity. This isn't because we are bad at communication,...

13 min
10 April 2024
Demystifying Culture and Values

What does your culture have to do with your values? In this episode we open up the discussion about a model of thinking for culture and values to understand how they link, and more importantly, when they don't.🙏 Today's Episode is Brought To you by: UnblockedUnblocked pro...

21 min
3 April 2024
Principles of Work - Shorten Your Feedback Loops

Your feedback loops should be short enough that the cost of making a mistake is low enough that the value of the learning in the feedback loop exceeds the magnitude of the cost of a mistake. In other words: shorten your feedback loops to the point that you're no longer afrai...

18 min
29 March 2024
Principles of Work - Be Your Own Advocate

In this episode we discuss the importance of being your own advocate, and why this is likely the most rational position to hold. The takeaway: At any point, the person advocating the most for you is almost definitely YOU.đź“® Ask a QuestionIf you enjoyed this episode and wou...

12 min
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