Season 3 of our podcast, The Job, is underway. This season, we chat with musicians, social disruptors, designers, foodies, and more in our quest to unearth Portland’s unique culture and passions, one person at a time. The first handful of episodes are up.
You really start asking yourself, “What do I want my life to look like? What do I want the rest of my life to look like?” And what do you really want to work towards?”
Listen to Episode 51, Corrina Repp.
We want our campers to see that if they’re interested in being in software development, something is there for them, it’s not just sitting in a basement at a computer never seeing the sunlight which I think is a lot of kids’ impressions of what computer programming is all about.
Listen to Episode 52, Jean MacDonald.
I went and lived through the ’80s playing in a band and I’ve heard enough digital reverb on gated snares to last me a lifetime. I’ve heard enough current tones and sounds that sound dated five years later. I don’t want to make those kind of records at all. Never.
Listen to Episode 53, Larry Crane.
I think one of the biggest things you have to learn is what your strengths are and hopefully find a partner that you know, or any partners that can kind of fill the gaps but if not, hire an expert.
Listen to Episode 54, Erin Rackelman.
This is just the beginning, friends! We have more in store this season. Subscribe via iTunes.