I'm a "humanities" person muddling my way (slowly but surely!) into the world of science and tech while learning to code, and I'm SO glad I found this podcast. The topics are very interesting, particularly because they often analyze the life of a developer (interviewing, creating portfolios, networking, etc.) in addition to talking about the technical aspects of the job (languages, best practices, learning resources, etc.) which has really helped me become more comfortable with the idea of making this change in my career and has helped me begin to "see" myself taking on one of these roles in the future. I think the show is really well put together, too, as the host moves at a good pace and is easy to understand and follow; for instance, he often repeats, elaborates, and/or reinforces important ideas when they come up to ensure that the listener definitely gets the message before moving on (I like not having to back up and replay parts just to get to a point where I can move on without feeling like I've missed something!) Also, it's well-recorded and the guests on the show always have a good, productive exchange with the host, so no one is talking over one another or jumping illogically from one point to another throughout the dialogue. The music is catchy, too! lol I just can't say enough good things about it- I'd definitely suggest listening to it if you have an interest in professional web development!!