Rich: Maybe the word eagle will be in there.Paul: EagleChip.Then, going wayyyy further down the rabbit hole, we discuss former Microsoft exec Steven Sinofskys piece on how hard it is to change your digital product, which is called, fittingly, Why The Heck Cant We Change Our Product? Heres an excerpt (from Sinofsky, not us):Changing something that people have an emotional connection to is difficult. An emotional connection creates expectations or even norms, and the natural human reaction is to defend the status quo and maintain control. The discussions of change rapidly deteriorate to preference, taste, or argument by analogy, or assertion all of which are very difficult to counter when compared to facts, stopwatches, or physics.Sinofsky shipped the later versions of Windows, after the Vista implosion. Reading him on product is like hearing, I dunno, Alan Parsons talk about mixing Dark Side of the Moon. This person was there, and managed thousands? Tens of thousands of people? The rest of us are shipping wee little apps with good intentions.We wrap things up with a question from a listener about whether or not its worth learning to code in 2016.In our opinion this podcast went a little better than the last one in terms of Paul & Rich interaction, but suffered for the lack of Jon Lax. We want to schedule more guests. If you have any ideas let us know.
People who helped with the podcastElizabeth Minkel prepared the summary of the podcast. Coordination, research, management: Elizabeth Minkel. Production and editing: Tom Meyers. Podcast logo and design: Matt Quintanilla of Postlight. Studio:Argot Studios.
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