I am starting a podcast – I need your help

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I am starting a podcast aiming for 1-2 episodes a month + transcribed blog posts.

I will be interviewing an Angular expert each time and we will dive into a specific topic from a pragmatic real-world perspective, so you can see how things are actually done in the industry.

For this I will need two kinds of help:
1. Assistant to transcribe the episodes to blog posts (paid job of course)
2. People that want to advance their career/share some good content by attending a podcast session

If you would like to propose a topic for an episode shoot me an email with your topic and relevant info eg. a blog post.

Reach me here.

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