Month: February 2017

RR 299 Software Intellectual Property and Forensics with Bob Zeidman

On today’s episode, Charles Max Wood, David Kimura, Jason Swett, and Brian Hogan discuss Software Intellectual Property and Forensics with Bob Zeidman. Bob is the President of Zeidman Consulting, a company dedicated in assisting clients and lawyers during litigation. He is an expert on patents, trade secrets, and copyrights of hardware and software. Tune in and be informed about the legal issues in…

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JSJ 250 Celebration

JavaScript Jabber turns 5! On today's episode, Charles Max Wood, AJ ONeil, and Aimee Knight travel down memory lane to reminisce the highlights of the show. Tune in and enjoy the celebration!

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AiA 132 The Angular CLI

On today’s episode, Charles Max Wood, John Papa, and Ward Bell talk about The Angular CLI. Tune it to their interesting talk to understand what CLI does, know where it's at, and consider the issues about it.

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MJS #006: Dennis Ushakov

On today's episode of My JS Story, Charles Max Wood welcomes Dennis Ushakov. Dennis is a team lead of WebStorm and RubyMine at JetBrains. Tune in to My JS Story Dennis Ushakov to learn more about his programming experience in Java and JavaScript.

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AiA MAS 006 Uri Shaked and Angular Development

Charles Max Wood welcomes Uri Shaked to share his Angular Story on today's podcast. The last time Uri joined Charles on a podcast, he talked about wrapping javascript libraries with angular directives. A lot has changed since then. Tune into Uri Shaked and Angular Development to hear what he is now up to and his story on programming.

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191 iPS Take Manhattan II – Sam Guckenheimer

On episode 191 of iPhreaks, Andrew and Jaim discuss Take Manhattan II with Sam Guckenheimer. Sam is the Group Product Planner of the Visual Studio Team Services of Microsoft. In the last 6 years, he has been working on Microsoft's transformation from Agile to DevOps. Tune in to their exciting talk, and learn about it!

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FS 239 Creating Your Online Course

Today's episode of the Freelancer's Show is hosted by Phillip Morgan and Reuven Lerner. Phillip and Reuven discuss Preparing Your Online Course. Phillip thinks that one of the best things he has done for his online business is adding low-priced products to the mix. It's important to not be 100% reliant upon services.

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RR 298 Scope Wars and Being New with Malinna Leach

On today’s episode, Charles Max Wood, Jason Swett, Brian Hogan, and David Kimura discuss Scope Wars and Being New with Malinna Leach. Malinna is a Junior Full-Stack Web Developer who just graduated from Makers Academy. Tune in and learn more about Scope Wars and what inspired her to write the blog post.

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AiA 131 Security and Angular with Brian Clark

On today’s episode, Charles Max Wood, Joe Eames, John Papa, Ward Bell, Alyssa Nicoll, Jules Kremer, and Lukas Reubbelke discuss Security and Angular with Brian Clark. Brian is a web developer and an architect. He is into secured application development practices. Tune in and learn more about Angular and about security in building applications.

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JSJ 251 InfoSec for Web Developers with Kim Carter

On today's episode, Charles Max Wood and Aimee Knight discuss InfoSec for Web Developers with Kim Carter. Kim is a senior software engineer/architect, an information security professional, and the founder of binarymist.io. He is currently working on his book called Holistic InfoSec for Web Developers. Tune in to learn more on what his book is all about.

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MJS #005: Joe Eames

On today's episode of My JS Story, Charles Max Wood welcomes Joe Eames. Joe is both into JavaScript Jabber and Adventures in Angular. Tune in to My JS Story Joe Eames to learn more about his journey into getting where he is now.

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190 iPS iPhreaks Notifications – Paola Mata

On episode 190 of iPhreaks, Andrew and Jaim discuss Notifications with Paola Mata. Paola is an iOS Swift Developer and organizer of NYC Tech Latinas. Tune in to learn more about notifications and how she got interested in it.

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