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Entreprogrammers Podcast

Entreprogrammers is the podcast for developers that are striking out on their own! Join John Sonmez, Josh Earl and Derick Bailey and be a fly on the wall as they talk about everything that they are going through - the ups and downs, the highlights and depressing lows. Nothing is spared in this no-holds-barred look at what it really takes for 3 developers to engage in entrepreneurial activities!
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Now displaying: November, 2020
Nov 24, 2020

We’re Live. The guys start the conversation talking about the difference manufacturers on tech right and who’s really got their game on, there’s definitely a lot to choose from especially next year which there’s going to be a lot of new stuff coming.

 

John has taken the decision to quit running, which surprises the guys but overall he has a valid reason, he has definitely come a long way in the running world taking in account that John weighs more than 200 pounds.

 

Chuck has decided to take down some of his podcast shows and ask for advice to the guys on which ones to keep.

 

So Decisions decisions decisions, we all have to make them and they definitely need to be made at the right time.

 

Thought of the week

 

Mani - “Nvidia is the big winner here”

Nov 17, 2020

We’re live. John received an interesting tweet that could have created a whole new internet drama. It turns out his old publisher was trying to get a book with the same name as John’s Soft Skills Book… the shame.

 

Nevertheless, things were cleared out and they decided to change the name of the book, which is ironic because John was the one that got the term popularized on the Tech Community.

 

As Chuck says, with all the canceled culture and everything the old Tech Community needs to come back, and leave politics aside.

 

Thought of the Week

 

Chuck -  “Let’s bring back the old tech community where we used to help out each other to boost our careers”

Nov 10, 2020

We´re live. Chuck is on the verge of taking an important decision regarding his full-time job, and the entrepreneurship that he wants to keep on doing. But there´s definitely a ton of stuff that comes in the way to do this, it has been a crossroad for Chuck, he has said it out loud. 

 

Nevertheless, Bills need to be paid.

 

The advice is clear from the guys, try not to delay more the whole process, this can make chuck lose the momentum and just stay in the full-time job for an even longer time.

 

In Other Topics, the guys have a discussion on the upcoming promos for Black Friday.

 

Thought of the week

 

Mani - “You gotta do what you gotta do man, just don´t let it bum you down”



Nov 3, 2020

We’re Live. Chuck is currently training for a marathon and he’s looking forward to an Iron Man. This Triathlon is not a walk in the park, it is compared to a full 50-mile run which is really difficult to do and requires a lot of training.

 

The guys have a conversation on this topic, on how this runs and marathons, the whole purpose of it is to demonstrate to yourself that you are disciplined enough to do it. It is not about winning or even doing the run itself, it’s about the training and dedication

 

Thought of the week 

 

John - “Doing an Iron man without the training does not impress me, what impresses me it’s the whole training that you have to do for 6 months in order to be ready for it”

 

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