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Episode 81: Personal Programming Methodologies

After a brief month of summer vacation, we are back in action. This week we are talking about Personal Programming Methodologies. Basically, different methods and thought processes that you can employ to break your projects into manageable pieces. We start with a brief exploration into the most popular schools of thought in programming methodologies. We then explore the ways you can use all of your favorite bits and forge a whole and coherent process that is truly your own.

Thanks for tuning in this week and we hope you enjoy the show! Feel free to send any questions or comments about today’s episode to: thedebuglog@gmail.com

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2 Comments

  1. KW
    December 29, 2017 at 11:56 am — Reply

    This podcast is really informative and you guys have great energy–but warnings for explicit language would be appreciated! I’m a new listener/old-fashioned gal who’d love to recommend this to a lot more of my friends (not to mention my kid brothers) if I didn’t have to sheepishly explain what to watch out for. I know it’s not a big deal to a lot of people these days, but it would be thoughtful. And thank you for taking the time to put your know-how out there!

    • December 29, 2017 at 5:08 pm — Reply

      Hey there,

      Firstly, thank you for taking the time to give our show a listen and writing feedback! We sincerely appreciate it.

      We mark all of our episodes with the “Explicit” tag when they are submitted to our episode feed (regardless of whether any explicit language was used in that episode or not) and should show up appropriately when listed in podcast listing such as Apple’s iTunes and Google Play.

      The disconnect could be that our website doesn’t explicitly tag these episodes as such… so, that may cause confusion. We will look into displaying this more overtly on our site to eliminate any confusion.

      Thanks again for listening!

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