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Ben Nadel at InVision In Real Life (IRL) 2019 (Phoenix, AZ) with: Eric Betts
Ben Nadel at InVision In Real Life (IRL) 2019 (Phoenix, AZ) with: Eric Betts@AGuyNamedBettse )

Working Code Podcast - Episode 76: Ben Needs A Minute

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If I crush it in the woods, and no one is there to see it, am I truly crushing it? Such are the philosophical questions that go through my brain as I continue to pour my heart and soul into a legacy product that no one else at the company cares about. That is, except for the customers that still log into the legacy platform on a daily basis. Don't those customers deserve something? Ultimately, I just want to hear that I'm doing a good job — words of affirmation are my love language.

All that and more on this week's show:

... featuring these beautiful, beautiful people:

With audio editing and engineering by ZCross Media.

For the full show notes and links, visit the episode page. And, be sure to follow the show and come chat with us on Discord! Our website is workingcode.dev and we're @WorkingCodePod on Twitter and Instagram. New episodes drop weekly on Wednesday.

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@ben

"Shake and Bake" is most definitely "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby"

My affirmation for you: Ben, you're doing a great job improving your customer's work life!

FYI: Your Podcast page is missing the last two entries (75 and 76). is the Podcast page manually edited, or is it generated, but you have to manually trigger the generation?

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@Danilo,

Thank you for the kind words 🤗 The missing links is due to caching. I'll reset the cache. I have it on my to-do list to have the Tag-based cache clear correctly. It's one of the things I've missed in my recent updates. Thanks for the reminder!

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