Welcome to 2020 — on this year’s “State of the ‘log’” episode Jerod and I look back at our favorite moments from 2019 and forward to 2020 and beyond. We talk through our most popular episodes, our personal favorites, our 10-year anniversary, the excitement we have for Brain Science our newest podcast, it’s for the curious! And we also look forward to plans we have for 2020 and the decade to come…
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Notes and Links
We shipped 46 episodes of The Changelog this year (47 last year) and 200 across our entire catalog.
Most popular episodes of 2019:
- #331: GitHub Actions is the next big thing with Kyle Daigle
- #339: Why smart engineers write bad code with Adam Barr
- #352: The Pragmatic Programmers
- #354: Go is eating the world of software with Ron Evans
- #367: Back to Agile’s basics with Bob Martin
- #366: Pioneering open source drones and robocars
- #370: The making of GitHub Sponsors
- #353: The war for the soul of open source
- #361: Generative engineering cultures with David Kaplan
- #357: Shaping, betting, and building with Ryan Singer
- Backstage #7: The John Wick trilogy