Hello Tech Pros, What Products & Businesses Are You Building?

Hello Tech Pros is a podcast that explores the opportunities, challenges and anxieties that technical professionals and techpreneurs face when building their career, building their products and building their business. This show is about the people behind technology and the mindsets and skill sets they developed that led to their success. The show's host, Chad Bostick, is a 20 year veteran of the software development industry both as a practitioner and as a manager at companies like iBEAM Broadcasting, Devon Energy, Zynga and Fanduel. Chad is also an advocate for the awareness of Social Anxiety Disorder in the tech industry. His own battle in overcoming social anxieties led him to get the girl, lead the teams and launch a very successful podcast where he has interviewed over 250 guests.
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Jan 9, 2017

James Studdart is a solutions architect and technical team lead, specialising in the .Net stack, with over 10yrs experience in the development industry. He has work in a multitude of different sectors including, but not limited to, Holidays, Intentional freight, medical and automotive.

James recently started a new podcast to help other developers progress in their careers by asking the experts the questions you want to ask but maybe don't have the time to.

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What You Will Learn in This Episode

  • Why developers struggle with Imposter Syndrome.
  • How to decide which framework to use when new ones are popping up every day.
  • The biggest mistake holding intermediate developers' careers back.
  • How James launched his own developer podcast.
  • How to avoid gettign pigeon-holed into one technology.


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Nov 30, 2016

This is episode 3 in the series: The Five Dysfunctions of a Software Development Team, modeled after the book by Patrick Lencioni. Access the full series at


What You Will Learn in This Episode

  • An overview of Patrick Lencioni's third dysfunction of a team: lack of commitment.
  • Why software developers surround themselves with information that matches their beliefs and past experiences.
  • How confirmation bias leads to homogenous teams with limited creative potential.
  • Why religious debates between developers is holding teams back from achieving results.
  • How to learn from other people's experiences and beliefs to create better products.


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