Software Engineering Daily case study: Great lessons for growing your podcast - Jeffrey Meyerson by Venturi's Voice: Technology | Career | Leadership published on 2017-12-04T11:22:43Z In this episode Andy Davis talks to Jeffrey Meyerson, host of Software Engineering Daily. On the show Jeff chats to Andy about the reasons behind starting Software Engineering Daily and the direction the show is heading. Jeff also shares some of his career advice for those starting a career in software engineering. Jeffrey Meyerson: After working for Software Engineering Radio for a few years and working at Amazon Jeff decided to form Software Engineering Radio as a full time career. The scope of software engineering is growing. If you use WordPress, Ableton or PhotoShop, you are a software engineer. If you use Facebook, you are a software engineer–you are helping build software. On a twenty year time horizon, there is no “opting out” of knowing how software works. But this is OK because learning about software is possible (and fun) no matter Show Notes: 1.07 How did you begin Software Engineering Daily. 2.14 How do you get the resources together to make a great show? 4.02 How did your career progress and how did you approach your career progression. 7.41 Using Software Engineering Daily to educate budding software engineers on the opportunities available to them. 11.18 Looking for a career that you actually enjoy. 13.00 What do the next few years look like for Software Engineering Daily. 16.45 What have some of the hurdles been when founding Software Daily. 19.37 What are some of the key lessons you feel you’ve learned on Software Engineering Daily. 22.56 Looking at podcast techniques using the Joe Rogan show as an examples. 24.39 Using podcasts to collaborate and connect with people and their links with the the open source tech community.