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#65: ”Curing Programmer’s Disease” with Randy Hayes of House Chaos Games | Educative Sessions

June 14, 2021

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In this episode, Randy Hayes wants to talk about a serious problem in the programming community. As coders, we create applications to fulfill a user’s needs. We should strive to avoid a Faustian bargain—meeting those requirements without helping the end user accomplish their intent.

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Randy Hayes has decades of experience helping individuals and organizations set, track, and achieve their goals. He has founded companies, executed and guided turnarounds, and worked with both small and large organizations.

Randy spent nine years as an officer in the Washington Army National Guard, holding many leadership positions. He was an honor graduate of multiple leadership courses. Randy has experience on both for-profit and non-profit boards.

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