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#19: “Leaving our ‘Homesite’ Behind: The Beginnings of My Career in DevRel” with Scott McAllister of PagerDuty | Educative Sessions

#19: “Leaving our ‘Homesite’ Behind: The Beginnings of My Career in DevRel” with Scott McAllister of PagerDuty | Educative Sessions

November 9, 2020

Scott McAllister and his co-worker decided to drive 90 minutes to check out a ColdFusion user group at Salt Lake City. When asked if anyone's still coding in the Homesite text editor tool, they found out that they were the only ones. Scott realized that there's much more you can learn by taking the leap into an unknown community, and since then his passion for cultivating developer communities was born.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/3G557aL_Wes

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Scott McAllister is a Developer Advocate for PagerDuty. He has been building web applications in several industries for over a decade. Now he's helping others learn about a wide range of web technologies. When he's not coding, writing or speaking he enjoys long walks with his wife, skipping rocks with his kids, and is happy whenever Real Salt Lake can manage a win.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 19: "Leaving Our 'Homesite' Behind: The Beginnings of My Career in DevRel" with Scott McAllister | Educative Sessions

#18: “One Step Beyond Logic: Founding a Bootcamp in a Tech-Saturated Community” with Josh Lucas of Academy Pittsburgh | Educative Sessions

#18: “One Step Beyond Logic: Founding a Bootcamp in a Tech-Saturated Community” with Josh Lucas of Academy Pittsburgh | Educative Sessions

November 7, 2020

Josh Lucas has worn many hats in service of his community: high school teacher, tech entrepreneur, startup incubator, business co-operative. His latest initiative - the Academy Pittsburgh - is a developer bootcamp with a with a unique set of challenges. Learn more about Josh's journey and lessons learned while providing a place for aspiring developers in his community.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/_y4Ez2ugKcI

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Josh Lucas was a high school teacher for over a decade. One day, he decided that he wanted to do something different. So he started a startup with no a priori or actual knowledge of what that meant. His startup didn't do great. It failed. But, along the way it occurred to him that a life's work is what you make of it. So he started another startup, and business incubator, and a cooperative, and a developer bootcamp. Etc, etc. This time he did have a priori and actual knowledge so he did better.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 18: “One Step Beyond Logic: Founding a Bootcamp in a Tech-Saturated Community” with Josh Lucas | Educative Sessions

#17: “Overcoming data science interviews with an academic’s mindset” with Crystal Humphries of Zymergen | Educative Sessions

#17: “Overcoming data science interviews with an academic’s mindset” with Crystal Humphries of Zymergen | Educative Sessions

November 7, 2020

After earning her PhD, Crystal Humphries decided to pursue a career in data science instead. Despite her education, her early attempts to land a job fell short. There was still much for her to learn before she lands that dream job. Learn more about Crystal's trial-by-fire journey from academia to data science in this Educative Session.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/XFhoQj7nzNw

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Crystal Humphries is the first in her family to go to college and then to get a PhD. I wanted to be a professor until she saw their pay checks and levels of stress. After stumbling onto a data science-like project during my PhD, Crystal made the bold yet discouraged move into technology.

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ABOUT EDUCATIVE

Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 17: “Overcoming data science interviews with an academic's mindset” with Crystal Humphries of Zymergen | Educative Sessions

#16: “Launching a Startup that ‘Sells Free Awesome’: the Humble Origins of Seattle CoderDojo” with Greg Bulmash of Amazon | Educative Sessions

#16: “Launching a Startup that ‘Sells Free Awesome’: the Humble Origins of Seattle CoderDojo” with Greg Bulmash of Amazon | Educative Sessions

October 30, 2020

When Greg Bulmash launched Seattle CoderDojo, a nonprofit that teaches code to kids, he described it to his manager at Microsoft as "a startup that sells free awesome." The first six months after launch were chaotic by normal standards: finding a kid-friendly location, managing a parent's wrath after one volunteer made a kid cry, and even trusting a volunteer to run the group after his wife needed to go to the hospital. Join us as Greg shares the humble beginnings of one of the most beloved community organizations in Puget Sound.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/hta6B4vGzXI

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Greg Bulmash is a Solutions Architect with Amazon Alexa Skills Kit Developer Relations, where he creates talks, tutorials, and code to help developers create and improve their Alexa Skills. This year he celebrates the 25th anniversary of his first web site, the 40th of his first Hello World, and the 7th of starting Seattle CoderDojo, a volunteer group that runs STEAM learning meetups for kids!

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Greg Bulmash is a Solutions Architect with Amazon Alexa Skills Kit Developer Relations, where he creates talks, tutorials, and code to help developers create and improve their Alexa Skills. This year he celebrates the 25th anniversary of his first web site, the 40th of his first Hello World, and the 7th of starting Seattle CoderDojo, a volunteer group that runs STEAM learning meetups for kids!

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Episode 16: "Launching a Startup That Sells Free Awesome: Origins of Seattle CoderDojo" w/ Greg Bulmash | Educative Sessions

#14: “Don’t Trust; Verify! Lessons Learned in the Crypto Industry” with Allie Zhang of Blocktag | Educative Sessions

#14: “Don’t Trust; Verify! Lessons Learned in the Crypto Industry” with Allie Zhang of Blocktag | Educative Sessions

October 29, 2020

Allie Zhang shares about her experiences upon entering the crypto industry in 2017 and how she’s grown along with the industry. She will talk about her lessons learned, tips to stay safe, and why despite these risks, the crypto community is one of the most collaborative in finance and tech.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/GPof1Ii3iF8

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Allie Zhang is an engineer, investor, and entrepreneur, specializing in the crypto industry. She is the founder of Blocktag, a technology startup linking blockchain and physical things.

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ABOUT EDUCATIVE

Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 14: "Don’t Trust; Verify! Lessons Learned in the Crypto Industry" with Allie Zhang of Blocktag | Educative Sessions

#15: “A Speaker’s Nightmare: Getting Swift-ly Interrupted” with Timirah James of TechniGal LA | Educative Sessions

#15: “A Speaker’s Nightmare: Getting Swift-ly Interrupted” with Timirah James of TechniGal LA | Educative Sessions

October 29, 2020

Timirah James was in for a surprise while presenting a talk at a well-know tech conference. What began as random commentary turned into heckling and eventually to an unexpected question that leads to a hilariously wild sequence of events. Join us as Timirah shares this story and all the details at this Session.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/dVa0o0lXOcI

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Timirah James is a singer/songwriter, turned mobile engineer, turned Developer Evangelist. She's also a Swift Instructor on the O'Reilly Platform, and is heavily involved in the tech community as an international speaker, organizer, mentor, and tech workshop facilitator for several tech conferences and organizations –– including her own non-profit organization called TechniGal LA, which exposes women of all ages to learning and employment opportunities in STEM.

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ABOUT EDUCATIVE

Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 15: "A Speaker's Nightmare: Getting Swift-ly Interrupted” with Timirah James of TechniGal LA | Educative Sessions

#13: “My Most Embarrassing App: How I Fell in Love with Coding” with Jacob Knopf of Galvanize | Educative Sessions

#13: “My Most Embarrassing App: How I Fell in Love with Coding” with Jacob Knopf of Galvanize | Educative Sessions

October 27, 2020

Jacob Knopf's first app was a CLI (command line interface) built with Ruby for a pizza restaurant. An embarrassing app written in under 100 lines of code and rife with functional challenges, this app meant so much to him once he finished it. Hear the story of how Jacob fell in love with coding through this app and helped him realize that for the first time that he could actually be a developer. 

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/Ps3SBNqRSf0

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Jacob Knopf is a homebody that loves to spend time with his wonderful fiancee, Tia, as well as his three pets Chico, Cocoa, and Binx. He enjoys swimming, baseball, traveling, hiking, camping, and anything that gets him outside in nature. He's a Minnesota native and has been living in Seattle for the past two years now (still hoping to see Bigfoot at some point).

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ABOUT EDUCATIVE

Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 13: “My Most Embarrassing App: How I Fell in Love with Coding” with Jacob Knopf of Galvanize | Educative Sessions

#12: “The Perfect Heist: Starting a Design System from Square 1.5″ with Walé Ogundipé | Educative Sessions

#12: “The Perfect Heist: Starting a Design System from Square 1.5″ with Walé Ogundipé | Educative Sessions

October 23, 2020

Walé Ogundipé saw their ex-company's visual vocabulary was the worst of both worlds: inconsistent and its UI components were unnecessarily redundant. Walé knew that this was the opportunity to do a heist for the ages: use pre-existing assets and create a new design system. Like any good heist, the project needed a dynamite team of specialists. Learn how Walé brought everything together through sweat of the brow, turn of the tongue, and the type of the text editor.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPn4H5XxJ-c

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Walé Ogundipé is a software engineer who is all about JavaScript. They have organized two regular JavaScript meetups in Seattle.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 12: "The Perfect Heist: Starting a Design System from Square 1.5" with Walé Ogundipé | Educative Sessions

#11: “People are Awesome: Why You Shouldn’t Fear Public Speaking” with Sage Elliott of Sixgill | Educative Sessions

#11: “People are Awesome: Why You Shouldn’t Fear Public Speaking” with Sage Elliott of Sixgill | Educative Sessions

October 23, 2020

Public speaking horrified Sage Elliott. But he accepted a role where it would be a core part of the job anyway. Before teaching his first workshop, he thought "What will people think of me? I'm in no place to teach this subject!". His heart was a bit more harsh thinking" You're going to die!" but after teaching the first event Sage did not die. People seemed pleased with the words and code the spewed from lips and figure tips. This would prove to a reoccurring theme, even when Sage "failed".

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isDYaB3VxfE

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Sage Elliott is a Machine Learning Developer Evangelist for Sixgill (https://sixgill.com/) with over 10 years of experience in the engineering space. He has passion for exploring new technologies and building communities and likes helping people learn. To learn more about Sage, you can reach him at https://linkedin.com/in/sageelliott/

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 11 "People are Awesome: Why You Shouldn't Fear Public Speaking" with Sage Elliott of Sixgill | Educative Sessions

#10: “Forged in the Fire: A Story of Humble Hackathon Beginnings” with Nicholas Walsh of Amazon Web Services | Educative Sessions

#10: “Forged in the Fire: A Story of Humble Hackathon Beginnings” with Nicholas Walsh of Amazon Web Services | Educative Sessions

October 20, 2020

Imposter syndrome is something that plagues most people at some point in their careers, and for Nick Walsh, this made him avoid hackathons. This story follows Nick's hesitant foray into his first hackathon, recounting the trials and tribulations of the journey, and how its shaped his career and professional outlook ever since.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/HUNkzh8ji_M

ABOUT OUR GUEST

As a Senior Developer Advocate for Amazon Web Services, Nick works to empower developers everywhere. Nick is passionate about making interactive and accessible educational content for developers, showcasing how they can leverage cloud computing so that they can focus on building what they truly care about.

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ABOUT EDUCATIVE

Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 10: “Forged in the Fire: A Story of Humble Hackathon Beginnings” with Nicholas Walsh of Amazon Web Services | Educative Sessions

#9: “‘Your website is terrible’: A Leap of Faith FROM Real Estate” with Graham McBain of Moov.io | Educative Sessions

#9: “‘Your website is terrible’: A Leap of Faith FROM Real Estate” with Graham McBain of Moov.io | Educative Sessions

October 20, 2020

After Graham McBain sold his hardware company, he went into real estate while studying code on the side. He met a top realtor and told him, bluntly, that his website was terrible. The realtor hired him promptly to built a new site. After googling “how to build a real estate website,” Graham discovered he had far more potential as a software developer than a real estate broker.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/KIe_aTRYzIA

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Graham McBain is an average simulation avatar and father to two junior simulation avatars.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 9: "‘Your website is terrible’: A Leap of Faith FROM Real Estate" with Graham McBain of Moov.io | Educative Sessions

#8: “Lulz, Remember Geocities?” with Sydney Lai of OutSystems | Educative Sessions

#8: “Lulz, Remember Geocities?” with Sydney Lai of OutSystems | Educative Sessions

October 20, 2020

Sydney Lai started computer gaming and programming at 5 years old. At age eleven, her mother sent her to "HTML summer camp" under protest, but there she stumbled upon Geocities, a now-ancient website building tool for a new global technology called "the world wide web." Learn how Geocities ignited a lifelong passion for Sydney to democratize access to technology.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/hiUq5-5mEUA

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Sydney Lai's vision is to democratize society's access to technology. As a community leader building startup ecosystems, Sydney has been named an LGBT Technology Leader by The White House, Office of Science and Technology Policy. She is a TEDx Speaker on ecosystem design for community development. Sydney is a Developer Advocate at OutSystems, providing resources and education on the next generation of developer tools.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 8: “Lulz, Remember Geocities?” with Sydney Lai of OutSystems | Educative Sessions

#7: “’What’s for lunch?’ Building a ‘Catered’ Automated Script” with Wendy Grus of Hulu | Educative Sessions

#7: “’What’s for lunch?’ Building a ‘Catered’ Automated Script” with Wendy Grus of Hulu | Educative Sessions

October 20, 2020

At a previous company, Wendy Grus's work would bring in a mystery catered lunch every Friday. Mystery lunches did not work well for Wendy's array of food allergies. To resolve the issue, Wendy wrote a script to automatically email the lunch orderer in advance. The script took on a life of its own as more and more people found out that Wendy may possess pre-cognitive abilities specific to Friday's lunch...

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/BwFpKtPpCU8

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Wendy Grus is a Senior Analyst on the Data Quality Management team at Hulu. She has a passion for data quality and enjoys analysis projects that allow her to get lost in the data. She is a co-organizer of the Seattle PyLadies.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 7: “'What's for lunch?' Building a 'Catered' Automated Script” with Wendy Grus of Hulu | Educative Sessions

#6: “I flunked out of a bootcamp. Now I’m one of its directors.” with Navira Abbasi of Galvanize | Educative

#6: “I flunked out of a bootcamp. Now I’m one of its directors.” with Navira Abbasi of Galvanize | Educative

October 19, 2020

Navira Abbasi flunked out of Hack Reactor by failing the midterm technical test. Instead of doing the part-time remote program, she repeated the entire program and graduated. In less than two years, Navira became their Director of Evangelism. Join us as we hear her story of stubbornness, resilience, and discovering her own sense of self-worth.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/JadS87KX2q0

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Navira Abbasi is currently the Director of Evangelism for Galvanize, serving as its brand ambassador for local technology learning communities in data science and web development. Her mission is to understand the needs of people and translate that insight into a solution or an experience that feels bespoke to the individual or organization.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 6: “I flunked out of a bootcamp. Now I'm one of its directors.” with Navira Abbasi of Galvanize | Educative

#5: “The Little Big Bug That Almost Ruined My Career” with Tessa Mero of Cloudinary | Educative Sessions

#5: “The Little Big Bug That Almost Ruined My Career” with Tessa Mero of Cloudinary | Educative Sessions

October 18, 2020

At her first software engineering job, Tessa Mero had to travel to China to demo the app she built alone to her CEO. Hours before the meeting, she found a major reputation-destroying bug in the app and panicked. In this Session, Tessa will share what she did next - a critical lesson that reminds us all that "no one is an island," especially not in software development.

Watch it on YouTube HERE: https://youtu.be/6F4oZ5VfYWk

ABOUT OUR GUEST

Tessa Mero is a Developer Advocate at Cloudinary. She regularly organizes meetups, such as APIs, Vue.js, JAMStack, and Developer Relations. In the past, she has contributed to a leadership team for the open source Joomla! Project. She organized a PHP Conference and founded the API City Conference. She also is an avid career mentor and has helped countless developers become successful. On her free time, she enjoys video games, fitness, camping, and KBBQ.

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Educative (educative.io) provides interactive and adaptive courses for software developers. Whether it’s beginning to learn to code, grokking the next interview, or brushing up on frontend coding, data science, or cybersecurity, Educative is changing how developers continue their education. Stay relevant through our pre-configured learning environments that adapt to match a developer’s skill level. Educative provides the best author platform for instructors to create interactive and adaptive content in only a few clicks.

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Episode 5: “The Little Big Bug That Almost Ruined My Career” with Tessa Mero of Cloudinary | Educative Sessions

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