I love the nodes of wisdom the host offers his suggestions make you look at coding/ building in a human relatable way that any background can follow
I started listening to the podcast about 2 months ago and look forward to listening every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The podcast really helps me frame my mindset and gives me new ways to think about problems and overcome challenges. I highly recommend to programmers of all skill levels
Hi Jonathan,Iâve owed you a 5-star review for awhile now.When I first listened to your podcast a couple of years ago, my first reaction was that it was some guy saying a bunch of obvious stuff, while acting like it was profound.Fast-forwarding to today, I am still here listening. In most episodes I am finding nuggets of real wisdom which have helped me in keeping the right perspectives or have helped me to look at things from another direction.Anyone who is a developer or considering being one â even a seasoned developer â can benefit by subscribing and listening to Developer Tea.Thank you for the podcast and please keep up the excellent work!Best wishes!
Jonathan talks about interesting ideas, ranging from technology and communication to human psychology and the workings of organizations. In addition, he occasionally interviews interesting people.I started off listening to a few shows and then started listening to every show. Then I started working my way through all the episodes that I had missed.I strongly recommend listening. The episodes are usually fairly short (10-20 minutes) and are usually thought-provoking
This show was fundamental to helping me get into the tech industry and land my first dev job.The advice and lessons learned in this show are invaluable. I highly recommend it.
This has quickly become one of my favorite podcasts, and itâs about so much more than coding. Itâs about learning, and philosophy, and productivity. In fact, if you arenât even a coder at all Iâm sure youâll still get a ton out of this podcast. Theyâre brief, with a lot of insight packed into each episode. Worth subscribing, most definitely.
Really an awesome podcast. Great content and I like how the speakerâs voice sounds meditational.
And on and on and on about .tech domain names. Who cares! Stop trying to convince me I need a .tech name just so you can sell something. Brief shoutouts are fine, but this was over the top. It also feels manipulative when you donât start out your endorsement by disclosing your personal interest in it. If you want your name to mean something, knock it off. Thanks!
I found it recently. So motivating and inspirational! It supports me a lot on my developer way.
This used to be good. Recently itâs nothing but ads with little content. âHere is the topic we are going to talk about today..first here is our sponsor 2mins, then if you are interested in supporting the show.. goes on and on about this new podcasting app, then again hints at the topic at hand, before we get into the topic here is another sponsor. Then finally the talk. tldr; Episode is 15 minutes long. Doesnât start discussing the topic in full (ads, hints at topic) for first 10 mins. Then talks about topic for 5 mins.
This is the podcast I look forward to ever day on the way to work ðð¼
No solamente aprenderÃ¡s cosas para desarrolladores si no que tambiÃ©n aprenderÃ¡s a desarrollar tu mente y ser mÃ¡s eficiente con todo lo que hagas. Es en inglÃ©s pero el locutor tiene una dicciÃ³n perfecta y te serÃ¡ muy fÃ¡cil entenderlo. Lo mÃ¡s que me gusta es como trae temas diferentes de auto mejoramiento como persona que te ayudarÃ¡n en la vida para ser un profesional. The Best Podcast!
Developer Tea is by far my favorite podcast and most listened to. The subject matter is primarily targeted towards developers and aspiring devs like myself, but some of the advice and topics are applicable to life in general which makes it valuable and worthwhile even for non-developer types.
Iâve been listening to this podcast for a few months now. As a former developer and now manager of devs, this podcast is helpful for more than just devs. Quite a few episodes deal with other aspects of âworkâ, life, and balance that have nothing to do with the industry. Now, the context is about improving the life and focus of a developer, so if you arenât in the industry, youâll need to take a step back and listen with the bigger picture in mind. It do give a listen.
Good content for all developers.
If you write code for a living - or aspire to - this podcast will give you career-building advice not easily found elsewhere. As coders we are accustomed to focusing on the trees, but Jonathan will make you pull back and appreciate the forest.
I really appreciate developer tea because although itâs not talking about technical details of software, it teaches about useful practices needed in a developer workplace.
I realize that the way you put/present simple ideas and simplify big problems makes huge difference! Love this podcast
Really great podcast. I really like that episodes are short, and full of usefull information. Great work Jonathan.
Developer tea is one of the first podcast I listened to, however I still enjoy like the first day. This show not only encompass a wide variety of development topics, but inspire me to continue learning and researching as a junior programmer. Keep up the great work.
Developer Tea accomplishes what few other things in existence do or even try to do; it effectively communicates a transcendental message solely for the purpose of good, and carefully chooses to do so in the context of a platform that has more potential than any other known. Restated- it packages the message of love and humility and explains precisely how to integrate that with technology as a means to spread that completely simple, and beautiful message. Something I feel very lucky to have the privilege of finding outside of myself. A must listen!
I enjoy drinking tea. I enjoy developing. I now do both with more enjoyment thanks to this podcast. When I need a break from programming, I get the kettle screaming and pop on the next episode of this fantastic podcast. While I'm new to programming, this podcast has already helped me develop new habits in ways that I never thought I was capable of!
I'm still back in the 2015 archives, but developing for the past ~5 years (PHP + frontend haha), I find this refreshing and interesting conversation on what was then new, from many perspectives and types of programming. I am sure this will continue in newer episodes.The production is great, never bored, great sound and good about being digestibly on topic with a little bend. :) I've only held one job at one company so far in this industry so I appreciate hearing about what it is like elsewhere and what our world is buzzed about.
Developer Tea is pretty interesting, and most of the guests have worthwhile things to say. The short format is different from most podcasts I'm used to, but is balanced out by a frequent release schedule.
I absolutely love this podcast. I have learned an incredible amount about web development from the host and his guests.
Even though this podcast is ususally only 15 minutes - 25 minutes long INCLUDING sponsor messages, I still feel like the amount of value I get out of each individual is sometimes equal to if not greater than other podcasts of greater length.
I absolutely love this show. Jonathan always brings great insight on coding, career development, and the soft skills necessary to navigate the waters of the workplace. The short ep run time is great for those of us with short attention spans, but don't let that fool you; there's always a dearth of information or thought provoking idea to dig into. I highly recommend this show to developers, aspiring developers, and those who work with developers.
I am always impressed by Jonathan's topics, input and speaking style. He was made for podcasting/teaching. I highly recommend for developers and wanna be developers (me).
I don't write podcast reviews often (ever), but I just started listening to Developer Tea and I'm already looking forward to going back to older episodes. They are the perfect length of time for my ADHD brain, but they incorporate a very real and human side to the world of development in addition to the technical talk, which a lot of other podcasts do not accomplish well. Positive, encouraging, and not douchey. Cheers!
I loved Jonathan's show and I learn alot from and perfect for when I need a break from work and trying to just learn something new or hear what is happening on the Spec network
Concise and relevant.
Great balance of stuff for absolute beginners and glimpses into more advanced topics.
I feel extremely appreciative and grateful for having found this podcast. Precise, inspirational, just down right great!! Clear voice , clear examples, very in depth even with short episodic listenings.
Captivating podcast with interesting and helpful nuggets of knowledge!
I work closely with a dev team and I have benefited so much from listening to this show! Not only does it help my communication with developers, but a lot of times I get important information and recommendations about managing teams and work ethic in general. Don't think this podcast isn't for you if you don't write code -- there's something here that any working professional can benefit from! And I love the short and sweet format -- I really can listen to a quick episode on a tea or coffee break. Keep up the amazing work! :)
I used to really enjoy this podcast... and I would reccomend the earlier episodes to everyone, they were fantastic. However, lately it has gotten so bad I cannot stand to listen to it. All it is anymore is the host spewing recycled garbage people already know. "To be more productive make a list and prioritize it" or "Your applications should run fast, if they don't it's a bad experience for your users".Perhaps I just outgrew the show, his earlier episodes had been very helpful to me getting through school and getting an internship and a really nice company. There is a very little chance that I would be sitting where I am today if it wasn't for Jon.I suppose it's just time to part ways...
I have just started listening to this during my third week of my full stack developer program and highly recommend it to others!
Great content ideas and tips
I absolutely love Developer Tea. I listen on my way to work. I have used what I've learned from Jonathan not only in my professional life but also in my personal life. A great podcast not just for developers but professionals in general! Keep up the good work!
I will make this review short, sweet, and to the point just like Developer Tea: This podcast delivers what developers want and need.Quality resources on the technical, hard skills of software development are common. Quality resources on the more eleusive, easy aspects of software development are uncommon. What makes Developer Tea stand out is that it fills a gap in information about soft skills, personal development, and personal branding.This is not to say that technical aspects are ignored. They are not. When Jonathan Cutrell is not sharing his own wise words about his own software development career, he invites in all sorts of interesting people to interview.This balanced and interesting podcast will only cost you 10 to 20 minutes of time to listen. The return on investment is well worth it.
A good, relevant podcast that is short, sweet, and to the point.
This is an awesome podcast with very practical advice for developers of all levels. I thought I should mention that multiple times when listening to this podcast the stream just abruptly ends. I have to replay from the start and jump to the section last listened to in order to continue. Iâm not sure if other people have this issue. It happens on any episode.Besides that, keep up the great work!
I've learned so much from Jon since he started Developer Tea. He does a very good job of laying his thoughts down for you and making it easy to listen to / digest. He does a fantastic job keeping a new episode coming every Monday / Wednesday/ Friday. I don't think he has ever missed a day, even when he's sick.Developer Tea is one of the first Podcasts I have ever listened to. I could without a doubt say it was what got me started on podcasts. It's a very well done show and I would recommend giving it a listen.
Wow, this was such a wonderful interview. I canât wait to dig into all of Kalid Azadâs work after this and utilize a lot of his techniques. As someone who is going into the education field and generally very interested in learning personally, I find a lot of his techniques to be some Iâve been employing to some degree all ready but he really shed some light on it in a new way for me. Developer Tea is the podcast that I gain the most from by the episode. One of the best podcasts out there for developer or not. The concepts discussed can be applied to nearly any skill or subject.
Even just starting out developing, I find this podcast insightful and helpful.
I love the guests and questions on coding and community. He's got a great voice and sound is always clear.
Awesome podcast. Great honest advice for young developers.
This is very interesting for people who want to start a career in the developing field. I am not a techie but understood the episodes without difficulty.
Jonathan provides easy to digest,practical advice. Enjoyable tone of voice and speaking pace.Episodes discussing topic of client relationships is especially relevant and provide good reminders for interactions.