Month: November 2016

178 iPS Swift 3 and Swift Migrations with Paul Cantrell

1:00: Introduction Paul Cantrell Siesta Library for Swift Episode 124 Javascript Jabber: Why JavaScript Is Hard 4:20: How the language is written Ruby Swift 12:30: Synthetic Sugar Swift 1.0 Double optionals 15:30: New API Guidelines Strings Fluency 21:15: Verbosity vs. Terseness 24:00: Successful Server Languages Python Garbage Collection Go 28:30: Problems Domain model Limitations of…

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227 FS Building Courses with Anna Sabramowicz

1:00: Introduction Anna Sabramowicz Putting together online courses 3:05: Marketing 5:00: What to put in the course What problems do you solve? 9:00: What type of course? Email (Paid or Free) Video Joe Rogan podcast Webinars HeadsUp app 24:00: Data testing Positioning Ask the right questions 38:30: Tools Start small Teachable.com Drip 45:30: Be a…

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118 AiA Joe Eames and Charles Max Woods Angular Journeys

2:15 – How Joe Eames got into Angular 7:50 – How Charles Max Wood got into Angular 12:30 – Being on Javascript Jabber 15:00 – Hosting an Angular conference 23:20 – Charles’ education and career in Rails 34:35 – Joe’s current projects NgConf 2017 37:10 – Charles’ current projects JS Remote Conf Upcoming Remote Conferences…

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285 RR Ruby Conf Brazil and Building Communities with Fabio Akita

00:15 – Fabio’s experience writing the first Portuguese Ruby on Rails book Fabio’s blog Twitter Facebook 7:35 – Effect on Fabio’s career 9:10 – Sharing your knowledge without being an expert 11:30 – Is Ruby still exciting? Should you learn a new language? 18:50 – Using a different language and returning to Ruby 22:30 –…

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237 JSJ CLls – Ember Angular and React with Tracy Lee

TOPICS: 3:57 The exciting facets of CLI’s 8:25 Advantages of CLI projects 11:25 Coding in RAILS 14:18 Disagreeing with conventions encoded in a CLI 19:30 How REACT CLI functions 20:43 Is Ember cheating by using REACT CLI? 26:52 Which CLI is easiest to use 29:00 How to add commands to a CLI 34:00 The future…

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177 iPS Package.swift with Marcin Krzyzanowski

1:00: Introduction 2:00: Swift Package Manager Carthage Sources folder 3:30: GitHub Repository Sub modules CocoaPods 13:40: X-code 19:00: Frameworks 22:30: Providers Brew Apt 24:50: Future road map Apple Giro box 33:10: Contacting Marcin Twitter Blog GitHub Picks: The Accountant (Rod) 12 Week Year (Charles) Din Group (Marcin) Project Distribution Test (Marcin) Hired.com  

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226 FS Podcasting for Freelancers

1:00 Topic Introduction: Podcasting for Freelancers All panelists have a podcast 2:00 Why start a podcast? Building trust Getting to know you Portability 6:30 Benefits over video Less to get in the way of the message Simpler to put together Defining the purpose Different type of call to action 15:15: Getting listeners to return to…

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117 AiA Hot Loading and Time Travel with Tero Parviainen

2:40 – Introducing Tero Parviainen NgConf Presentation: “Generative Art in Angular 2” Website Github Build Your Own AngularJS ebook 4:10 – Hot Loading “Angular 2 Hot Loading with @ngrx/store and Webpack” article by Tero 5:45 – Using @ngrx/store 8:25 – How is Time Travel possible with reloading? 13:40 – Playback 17:10 – Backends and Side Effects 21:05…

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284 RR React on Rails with Justin Gordon and Rob Wise

00:55 – Why study React on Rails? Justin Gordon’s Youtube 04:30 – Redux 07:40 – Using React on parts of an app and not the whole 11:05 – Jsx, Webpack, and Hot Module Reloading React-webpack-rails-tutorial 16:05 – Integrating React with Ruby on Rails 19:55 –  Libraries 25:05 – Is React on Rails automatic? React on…

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236 JSJ Interview with Mads Kristensen from Microsoft Ignite

TOPICS: 4:00 Things that make web development more difficult 7:40 The developer experience with Angular 10:40 How cognitive cost affects the user experience 16:52 The variety of users for whom Mads’ software is built 22:14 Creating accessible javascript tools that aren’t immediately outdated 28:20 Why people shouldn’t be using dependency installers 34:00 Node updates QUOTES:…

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