Month: September 2019

JSJ 395: The New Ember with Mike North

Mike North is the Ember guy at Frontend Masters and LinkedIn’s web developer trainer. Today the panel is talking about the upcoming Ember update, which Mike calls a total reinvention of the way you build with Ember. Finally, they are letting go of the cruft and stuff they had to hold on to in order…

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.NET 007: What We Know About LINQ

 In this week’s episode of Adventure in .NET the panel shares their experiences using LINQ or Language Integrated Query. They discuss the benefits of using LINQ  along with the struggles they have with it. They share some of their favorite tips and tricks for using LINQ.    LINQ is something .NET developers use on a…

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VoV 080: Awesome Conf with Rahul Kadyan

In this episode of Views on Vue the panel interviews core team member Rahul Kadyan. They discuss his various contributions to the vue ecosystem and his recent conference, Awesome Conf. The panel starts by asking Rahul about rollup-plugin-vue. Rollup is a bundle like webpack. When Rahul got his start in Vue he wanted to use…

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SOS 011: Diversity in Open Source with Laura Gaetano

In this week’s episode of Sustain Our Software the panel interviews Laura Gaetano. Laura is a developer and designer, whose main job was running was running Rails Girls Summer of Code. The panel considers how great Rails Girls is and all that they are doing. The panel also expresses their love for the Rails framework. …

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RR 431: Building a Consulting Business with Todd Kaufman

Todd Kaufman is one of the cofounders of Test Double, a software development consultancy that was started 8 years ago. Todd talks about how he got started with Test Double and how it grew. He and Justin started Test Double because he felt that a lot of consultancies didn’t align with what they thought was…

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RRU 080: Navigating React Navigation with Zain Sajjad

Zain Sajjad is a frontend developer at his company Peekaboo Guru, an app built in React. The show begins with Zain explaining why he chose to build Peekaboo Guru in React. Ultimately, he chose React for its composability and reusability. He talks about how much data is shared between his React and React Native applications….

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MRS 097: Saverio Miroddi

Saverio Miroddi joins Charles Max Wood on this week's My Ruby Story. Saverio is a systems engineer and a backend programmer at Ticketsolve. He is originally from Italy and currently lives in Germany. Saverio shares his journey as a Ruby developer and also his passions outside of work such as bouldering. Saverio fell in love…

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JSJ 394: SMS Integration with Dominik Kundel

Episode Summary Dominik Kundel works as developer evangelist at Twilio. Dominik talks about the history of Twilio, which actually started with integrating phone calls into apps and then moved to SMS integration.  Today Charles and Dominik are talking about how the SMS message approach can augment your user experience. Since many people are not familiar…

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iPS 273: The Why’s and How’s of Keeping Current

In this week’s episode of The iPhreaks Show, Charles Max Wood (Chuck) shares some of his thoughts and advice for keeping current. He has started a keeping current email course through DevChat.TV and describes what lessons will be taught in this course. He encourages everyone to subscribe to the email course.   This idea of…

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EMx 070: Home Automation Using Radio Frequencies with Jon Carstens

In this episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews Jon Carstens about his work with Nerves. Michael Ries gives a little background on Jon, as they have worked together and Jon helps run the remote nerves meet up that Michael attends.  Jon recently started working with Frank Hunleth at Smart Rent. Jon tells the panel…

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DevEd 031: How to Mentor A Greenhorn Developer

In this episode of the Dev Ed podcast, the panelists talk to Joe Skeen. Joe is a Developer and a Mentor, who started tinkering with computers since childhood and later taught himself web languages. After getting into University, he started working with strongly typed languages as well. He gives a brief background of himself and…

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DevOps 011: Let’s Talk Agile

In this episode of the Adventures in DevOps podcast, the panelists talk about Agile. Nell starts the discussion by mentioning that Agile came out of the Scrum movement and gives a brief history of how it started. She reads out the Agile Manifesto, and Scott explains what it is. They agree that “move faster slowly”…

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