Parent Driven Development

Parent Driven Development

www.parentdrivendevelopment.com
A podcast about parenting in tech
027: Fear Mongering and Inducing Panic
Apr 17 • 40 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 027: Fear Mongering and Inducing Panic Show Background Resources Momo challenge: The real victims of the hoax are the parents who believe it Momo Is as Real as We’ve Made Her A pediatrician exposes suicide tips for…
026: Breastfeeding
Mar 27 • 42 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 026: Breastfeeding 01:21 Making Feeding Decisions KWu and Allison both breastfed. Mandy did not. Feeling tied down vs feeling guilt. 13:32 Things They Don't Tell You Nursing clothes suck. Lactation happens even if you…
025: Girls in STEM
Mar 13 • 40 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 025: Girls in STEM 00:34 Why Joulez? Getting girls and women engaged in technology Lending opportunity for girls in the 8-12 age bracket The Juelez Formula: Identity Vocabulary Skills Tribe 06:05 Designing Into Motivation…
024: Teaching Kids to Code
Feb 27 • 31 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 024: Teaching Kids to Code 01:29 Winding up in a developer evangelist role and teaching coding 02:58 Teaching younger vs older audiences 03:52 Getting kids motivated in the coding space Scratch 05:13 The benefits for kids…
023: The Holidays: A Retrospective
Feb 13 • 36 min
** Warning: This episode contains potential holiday spoilers for young children. Parent Driven Development Episode 023: The Holidays: A Retrospective 00:18 Spending the holidays with your extended family… When families celebrate different holidays and…
022: Single Parenting
Jan 30 • 47 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 022: Single Parenting 00:46 Single parenting is becoming more common… … but events can feel ostracizing. Logistics are hard to navigate. There are full-time and half-time single parents. 04:06 It takes a village Having a…
021: Self-Care For Parents
Jan 16 • 35 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 021: Self-Care For Parents 00:25 Defining Self-Care Refilling your energy bucket. Naps. Taking care of your human body. Parenting yourself. 04:50 Flexible Sleep and Work Schedules Treating yourself with respect and…
020: Fertility Struggles
Jan 2 • 39 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 020: Fertility Struggles 00:23 Welcome, Adam Cuppy! Adam started as a professional actor, turned the corner into advertising, and found his way to tech entrepreneurship and education. Adam performed for the world-renowned…
019: Being Adults
Dec 19, 2018 • 43 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 019: Being Adults 00:25 Welcome, Jonan Scheffler! Jonan is a free-range computer sciencer at Heroku and cheerleader for hire (all major hugs accepted). He is also a board member of RubyTogether and all-around swell human…
018: Designing Apps/Digital Products for Parents with Anne Halsall and Sara Mauskopf of Winnie
Dec 5, 2018 • 35 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 018: Designing Apps/Digital Products for Parents 00:24 Welcome, Anne Halsall and Sara Mauskopf! Anne is the co-founder & head of product of at Winnie. Sara is the CEO. 01:12 Coming Up With Winnie: Providing Local…
017: Work and Family Boundaries
Nov 28, 2018 • 36 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 017: Work and Family Boundaries 00:16 Welcome, Chris Arcand! Chris is a Software Engineer at HashiCorp where he works on Terraform Enterprise, a product that adds collaboration and governance features to the popular open…
016: Media Picks! Great Apps, Books, Shows, Etc. For Kids
Nov 21, 2018 • 43 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 016: Media Picks! Great Apps, Books, Shows, Etc. For Kids 01:15 T.V. Shows / Binge Watching Discussion The Good Place (Josh) 05:56 Music Avoid "Kids" Music!! Bee Gees - Stayin' Alive (Allison) Apple Music (Chris) 08:54…
015: On-Call Schedules
Nov 14, 2018 • 44 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 015: On-Call Schedules 00:20 Welcome, Alyson van Hardenberg! Alyson is a Software Engineer at Honeycomb and the mother of two boys. 02:41 Pager or Baby? Which do you choose? It was a non-issue for Alyson. One of…
014: Conferencing After Babies
Nov 7, 2018 • 39 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 014: Conferencing After Babies 00:16 Welcome, Tess and Sean Griffin! Tess is a Site Engineer at GitHub. Sean is a developer at Shopify, renowned Rails committer, the creator of the Diesel Framework, host of The Yak Shave…
013: Babies at Work
Oct 31, 2018 • 56 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 013: Babies at Work?! 00:15 Welcome, Leah Silber! Leah is the CEO of Tilde Inc. She is also an organizer of EmberConf, RustConf and RailsConf, and Ember.js Core Team Member, a jQuery Core Team alum, author of Event…
012: Traveling with Kids
Oct 24, 2018 • 50 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 012: Traveling with Kids 00:48 The Great Screen Debate Today's particular panelists are all about screens while traveling as long as it's not detracting from the travel experience. Everyone agrees that screens are a great…
011: Being a Trans Parent
Sep 11, 2018 • 54 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 011: Being a Trans Parent 00:30 We're joined by our friend Jess today We've been soliciting questions from our audience which will help guide our conversation today 02:00 How do you help young children who want to…
010: Doing Good with Our Children LIVE! From Ruby For Good
Aug 15, 2018 • 45 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 010: Doing Good with Kids, Live Episode 00:50 We're LIVE from Ruby For Good 02:30 How do we make our kids do good? School is a good place to start. There are lots of options for kids and parents to start out. We talk…
009: Planning Childcare at Conferences
Jul 11, 2018 • 55 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 009: Planning Childcare at Conferences 00:25 We're joined by Abby Phoenix today 01:00 When did childcare at Ruby Central events start? started in 2015 and have now been at 6 conferences The intention is to always have…
008: Remote Work with Kids
Jun 20, 2018 • 54 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 008: Remote working with kids 00:37 Who all works remotely? 02:30 Working remotely with kids at home Lifestyle choice Nursing and alternate schedules Spouses working from home as well 06:00 Working remotely before and…
007: Learning After Kids
May 23, 2018 • 54 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 007: Keeping up to date with tech 00:27 Welcome back Allison 01:00 Today topic: Learning during the work day 02:47 It's ok if learning doesn't happen when your kids are little 04:14 Learning if you're a single parent is…
006: Screen Time
Apr 18, 2018 • 48 min
Parent Driven Development Episode 006: Screen Time 00:17 Today topic: Screen Time 03:10 Screen time limits How do we set limits for our children and their devices 06:59 Other people's screen time policies Negotiating our screen time policies versus other…
005: Net Neutrality
Mar 21, 2018 • 41 min
00:32 Meet our guest Jonathan Wallace He is a mentor, speaker, organizer, developer and open source contributor. Married with three kids and a dog. He's also been a Georgia state legislator since January. 01:07 Net neutrality We start off talking about…
004: Managing Multiples
Mar 7, 2018 • 50 min
00:19 - Dave Bock - Multiples! Dave has been a software engineer since 1991, with several forays into management, and even ran a small consulting firm with a couple of friends for 8 years. He’s currently the DevOps Service Area Lead at Excella Consulting,…
003: Internet Privacy and Kids
Feb 21, 2018 • 44 min
0:31 First Guest! Heidi Waterhouse - Parent of two. Developer evangelist for LaunchDarkly. Volunteers teaching sex ed to teenagers. She likes to sew her own conference dresses and ride her bike. 1:00 Internet privacy and safety and how it is adaptable to…
002: Travel Guilt, Playing Hooky, and Getting Judged as Parents
Feb 7, 2018 • 47 min
00:34 - Combating Burnout Mandy was on “vacation” and has to make an appearance at another conference. Her daughter doesn’t want her to go and Mandy feels really bad about it. She’s been on the road a lot the past six months and is feeling overwhelmed and…
001: Greetings & Salutations
Jan 25, 2018 • 59 min
01:40 - Allison Intro Allison talks a bit about kids being curious, asking questions, and how they somehow sneakily get past some safety measures we try to put in place. The older ones blatantly just write us notes and leave the house. 04:53 - Andy Intro…