I love to listen to podcasts, especially technical ones, around development and programming. Imagine how excited I was when I was asked to be a guest on a technical podcast The Cynical Developer. At first imposter syndrome kicked in, I thought why would they want to interview me? I'm not good enough to go on a podcast.
Well it turns out I was wrong, it was a great experience. I talked to James Studdart from The Cynical Developer about Umbraco. We had a great conversation, and between the show being recorded and the episode going live, I have recorded a YouTube series about how to build a site with Umbraco.
James has followed this series and has rebuilt the website for the podcast and it is now in Umbraco. I'm very pleased about that. It's great to know that not only was he interested in what I was telling him, but he went out there and learned how to use it so he could rebuild his own site.
Anyway, if you are interested in what I've got to say about Umbraco, have a listen to the podcast espisode.
Play the episode in your browser here.
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