A podcast about learning Web development based on real mentorship. Made so that you can learn Web development with your ears while your hands and eyes are busy with the unfortunate chores that come with real life, like cleaning toilets 🧹🧽🚽🚰.
Goal: Give beginners in Web development a way to learn passively while busy with other activites. 🥪
Opinion: The best way to drive real learning is to let material be guided by real beginners. 🎒
Action: Give mentorship to real beginniers over audio-only calls, and share it with listeners. 👂
What's the Format?
The podcast is a series of "seasons". 🏖
Each season features one beginner, or "mentee". 🎓
Each season contains roughly six episodes. 6️⃣
Episodes are released every one to two weeks during a season. 🗓
Episodes are released very soon after recording. 🐴
Episodes will have little to no editing. 😱
Who is the Mentor?
He has been programming since his teens, spent his colledge years in the Animation industry, and began working full-time in Web development in 2013. A few startups later, he's the lead Web engineer at Day One, and founder of the Elm Town and Reason Town podcasts 🎙.
Who is the Mentee?
Rhiannon Le Parmentier
She is a software engineer at CareerPlug (an applicant tracking system) in Austin, Texas. She's a Hack Reactor coding bootcamp grad, part-time elementary school Web dev teacher, code mentor to friends and family, former lawyer, and former Londoner 🎡.
Do you think you could use some free mentorship? Are you comfortable behind a mic? Do you feel like you can explain yourself, your thoughts, and your questions with words only? Great! Please let us know using this form. 📝