Keaton Taylor is a product designer at Discord and stopped by the show to talk about getting distracted by new dev toys, spoons as the best worst analogy, Wichita as the new Portland, working at Discord, and the interesting career paths for developers and designers in 2022.
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Keaton is a product designer who loves to dabble in front-end code. Currently, he's designing for the future of communities at Discord.
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