Increments is a show for coders and technologists about coming up for air once a while, evaluating where we are in our careers, and being intentional with our professional aspirations.

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Season 1

  • Episode 104: Languishing

    Just a short one this week - rather than listen to me, a recent episode from Adam Grant's WorkLife podcast is worth giving a listen, and considering - especially as it relates back to last week's episode. Listen to: Adam Grant - How to stop languishing and start finding flow

  • Episode 103: What Are You Doing About Your Fears?

    After talking about fears, let's do something about them. Let's make some commitments, and take some steps towards putting them to rest. Maybe all your worst fears about yourself are true - but if they are, taking the right next steps won't keep them true for long.

  • Episode 102: Your Thoughts on Fears

    Recapping the responses to the questionnaire about your fears (What are you afraid of, and how do you manage your fears). The responses were interestingly consistent and I was asking myself why that may be, and how that relates back to what this whole experiment with Increments is all about.

  • Episode 101: (Re)Starting with Vulnerability

    Season "0" was just getting started, helping me iron out kinks and figure this thing out... incrementally. We'll be coming back to the topic of Growth many times throughout, but for now we're pivoting to Season 1 where we'll be talking a bit about fears and vulnerability.

Season 0

About Alishah Novin

Coder for 15+ years

Leader & Mentor for 10+ years

Speaker for 8+ years

Director of Engineering at Celero Commerce

Alishah has been a professional software engineer for more than 15 years, and worked at 2 Fortune 200 companies, and multiple start-ups. He was awarded the 2017 Software Engineer/Architect of the Year award with the Greater Nashville Technology Council, and in 2020 was named the Community Leader of the Year for his efforts in the Nashville community. He's coded everything from business applications, to web & mobile apps, and video games. One notable personal project was ranked one of the top 100 sites of 2009 by PCMag. He spent 10 years in the Software Robotics / Automation space and Healthcare industry. Having lead teams of 25+ people, he currently oversees multiple engineering & analytics teams at Nashville-based FinTech company, Celero Commerce.

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