Special Announcement: The LTCWM podcast is live!

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Today is a big day for TWO reasons.

  1. The Learn to Code With Me (LTCWM) podcast is live
  2. It’s been two years since I started LTCWM

To celebrate, I decided to publish a special blog post.

This podcast has been months in the making. So happy to see it come to life today. You can listen on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, or right here on the LTCWM website.

About the Learn to Code With Me podcast

Here’s what you need to know about the show!

Episodes

Format

For now, the show will be in seasons. Each season will have a central theme. For the first season, it focuses on how to make money with your coding skills, and all that goes with it. Here’s a sneak peek of what some of the episodes will cover:

  1. How to freelance while working full-time
  2. How to start your own dev agency
  3. How to craft a killer resume and cover letter
  4. Technical interview tips
  5. And more!

Every episode will be around 25-35 minutes in length. All episode information (AKA show notes) can be found here – learntocodewith.me/podcast. Also, all episode transcriptions will be made available. All you have to do is sign up once (free) and you’ll get access to all.

Consistency

A new episode will go up every Tuesday morning at 7:00 AM Eastern Time.

Where you can listen

You can listen on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher, or right here on the LTCWM website. Let me know if you have a preferred podcast platform!

People I’d like to thank

Aside from all of the guests who made time to be interviewed in the first season, and those who offered products/consulting to give away, I’d also like to thank these people for making the show possible!

  1. Matt Ciampa
  2. Sarah Villanueva
  3. Julia de Porras
  4. Lisa Werkmeister
  5. Joseph Chudyk
  6. Elizabeth Johnson
  7. Lauri Mackey

What now!?

Again – make sure to subscribe to the show on iTunes so you know when new episodes go up.

I am so new to podcasting, learning a lot. But I’d love to know how I can make the show better down the road. Your feedback can be sent to laurence@learntocodewith.me.

Cheers, and I appreciate you!


  • Looks great! Having studied programming in college, this community looks like a welcoming alternative to learning how to program for the web.

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