Month: August 2017

MRS 018 My Ruby Story Kinsey Ann Durham

MRS 018: Kinsey Ann Durham Today's episode is a My Ruby Story with Kinsey Ann Durham. She is one of the speakers for the Ruby Dev Summit. Listen to learn more about Kinsey! [01:15] – Introduction to Kinsey Ann Durham Kinsey was on episode 180 of the Ruby Rogues podcast. They talked about Barriers to…

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MJS #032 Feross Aboukhadijeh

MJS 032: Feross Aboukhadijeh Today's episode is a My JavaScript Story with Feross Aboukhadijeh. Feross talked about his contributions to the JavaScript community to the decentralized web. Listen to learn more about Mike! [01:00] – Introduction to Feross Aboukhadijeh Feross was on episode 155 and he talked about Webtorrent. It was 2 years ago. [01:35]…

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RR 325: Date Night with Ruby with Ruberto Paulo

Tweet this Episode RR 325 Date Night with Ruby with Ruberto Paulo In this episode, panelists Dave Kimura, Eric Berry, and Charles Max Wood discuss ongoing learning and keeping your passion for programming alive with Ruberto Paulo. [01:16] Ruberto Paulo introduction and discussion on the South African and worldwide Ruby scene Rubyist from Cape Town,…

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JSJ 276: Vue.js with Maximilian Schwarzmüller

JSJ 276: Vue.js with Maximilian Schwarzmüller          This episode of JavaScript Jabber features panelists AJ O’Neal, Aimee Knight, and Charles Max Wood. They talk with special guest Maximilian Schwarzmüller about Vue.js. Tune in to find out more! [00:02:21] Introduction to Maximilian Maximilian lives in Germany and is a self-taught web developer. He mostly teaches web…

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AiA 154: Angular Animations with Gil Fink

AiA 154: Angular Animations with Gil Fink This episode of Adventures in Angular features panelists Ward Bell, Joe Eames, and Charles Max Wood. Special Guest Gil Fink is on the podcast this week to discuss Angular Animations. Tune in to find out more about this topic! [00:01:05] Introduction to Gil Gil is the CEO of…

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FS 261: Q&A

FS 261: Q&A This episode of The Freelancers’ Show features panelists Reuven Lerner and Jonathan Stark. They are answering questions from the audience. Tune in to hear their answers! [00:01:15] When you sell someone an app or website, do you sell them a maintenance package with it? Reuven does not. He charges by the hour….

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MRS 017 My Ruby Story Hal Fulton

MRS 017: Hal Fulton Today's episode is a My Ruby Story with Hal Fulton. Hal talked about his contributions to the Ruby community. He is the author of The Ruby Way. Listen to learn more about Hal! [01:20] – Introduction to Hal Fulton Hal is the author of the Ruby Way, which was one of…

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MJS #031 Mike Hostetler

MJS 031: Mike Hostetler Today's episode is a My JavaScript Story with Mike Hostetler. Mike talked about his contributions to the JavaScript community. Listen to learn more about Mike! [00:50] – Introduction to Mike Hostetler Mike was on episode 133 which was like 2.5 years ago. [01:45] – How did you get into programming? First…

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RR 324: Developer Horror Stories

RR 324: Developer Horror Stories The panel for this episode of Ruby Rogues is Dave Kimura, Eric Berry, and Charles Max Well. They are telling developer horror stories this week. Tune in to listen to their stories! [00:01:40] Eric’s Story Eric tells a story that happened today. He was working on a report on live…

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JSJ 275: Zones in Node with Austin McDaniel

JSJ 275: Zones in Node with Austin McDaniel The panel for this week on JavaScript Jabber is Cory House, Aimee Knight, and Charles Max Wood. They speak with special guest Austin McDaniel about Zones in Node. Tune in to learn more about this topic! [00:01:11] Introduction to Austin Austin has worked in JavaScript for the…

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AiA 153: Conferences and Speaking

AiA 153: Conferences and Speaking  On this episode of Adventures and Angular the panelists are Alyssa Nicoll, Joe Eames, John Papa, Charles Max Wood. They discuss attending and speaking at conferences. Tune in to listen to their opinions! [00:01:23] Benefits of Conferences Joe believes that attending somewhere between two and four conferences is good for…

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