In this episode, I'm excited to welcome Myles Wakeham onto the podcast.
Before we started recording this episode. Myles and I were chatting and we are kindred spirits in many ways.
Like me, Myles was a software developer for many years. Before he got fed up with the merry-go-round of developing software, trying to sell it. Then go back and improve it. It's a constant cycle.
We discuss Myles' amazing journey from learning to code as a youngster, through to moving to L.A.
Myles is now an author and podcast host and helps many people to think about how they can "be unconstrained".
It was interesting to hear Myles' thoughts on software development. The banking system, how to earn money without working harder and harder.
Oh, and that software developers rule the world.
Thanks to Myles for being a guest on the podcast.
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