Month: October 2019

RRU 083: Reactive Programming with Storybook with Dean Radcliffe

Dean Radcliffe has been web developing since the table tag was the new hotness. His interests include his wife and two kids, music, sports, and he likes to say he helps people make whatever they can dream of. Since starting to move towards the frontend, React has been his weapon of choice, which he got…

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MAS 094: Philip Fulcher

This week My Angular Story welcomes Philip Fulcher, Software Engineer at Hach. Philip gave his first talk at Angular Denver 2019 on Intro to Bazel with Bonnie Brennan Aaron wonders why despite years of developers experience, Philip never gave a talk at a conference before this year. Philip and Aaron discuss some of the best…

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JSJ 400: The Influence of JavaScript Jabber

JavaScript Jabber celebrates its 400th episode with former host Dave Smith and some other familiar voices. Each of the panelists talks about what they’ve been up to. Dave hasn’t been on the show for 3 years, but he and Jameson Dance have started a podcast called Soft Skills Engineering where they answer questions about the…

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iPS 275: Finding Quality Packages using SwiftPM Library with Dave Verwer

In this episode of The iPhreaks Show the panel interviews Dave Verwer about his new SwiftPM Library. Dave is an iOS developer from the UK, he’s been working with iOS since the beginning. He is mostly known for his weekly email newsletter, iOS Dev Weekly, which is released every Friday afternoon. SwiftPM Library is a…

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TFS 345: Who is The Economic Buyer of Your Services?

In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Erik Dietrich explains the term economic buyer and how it can affect freelancers and business owners. An economic buyer is the person within an organization who has the authority to purchase something. Knowing who your economic buyer is will affect how you market your product, for freelancers, this…

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EMx 073: Application Monitoring Using Telemetry With Arkadiusz Gil

This episode of Elixir Mix features Arkadiusz Gil. Arkadiusz is a software engineer at Erlang Solutions. He is also a member of the observability working group of the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation. The purpose of this working group is to nurture different areas of the community to maintain libraries, improve tooling, and create documentation. He became…

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DevEd 034: Working & Learning While Balancing Personal and Family Life

In this week's episode of the DevEd podcast, the panelists talk to Tara Z. Manicsic. Tara is an Angular Developer Experience Engineer at Netlify, a blogger, and loves to work in her community educating and learning from other developers. The topic for this episode is work-life balance with an emphasis on balancing learning as a…

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DevOps 013: Application Monitoring Using RED With Dave McAllister

This episode of Adventures in Devops features Dave McAllister. Dave has an extensive background in open source starting in 1994 working with early versions of Linux. He thrives on the concepts of emerging technologies and being able to innovate things. He also loves understanding what people are doing with emerging technology.  The discussion opens up…

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JSJ 399: Debugging with Async/Await with Valeri Karpov

Valeri Karpov is a maintainer on Mongoose, has started a few companies, and works for a company called Booster Fuels. Today’s topic debugging with Async/Await. The panel talks about some of the challenges of debugging with Async. AJ, however, has never encountered the same problems, so he shares his debugging method.  Valeri differentiates between .catch…

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.NET 009: The Treasures of .NET Core 3.0 with Wade Gausden

In this week’s episode of Adventures in .NET the panel interviews Wade Gausden, who is well known for his website dotnetcoretutorials.com. When Wade got started in .NET around .NET 2.0 the documentation was terrible, so he started this website where he would write posts about the problems he ran into and how he solved them….

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TFS 344: Publishing Books

In this episode of The Freelancers Show the panel share advice and experiences for publishing technical books. Each of the panelists has experience publishing books. Reuven Lerner published a book, Core Perl back in 2000, using a publisher and has self-published two more books in recent years. He is currently republishing one of his self-published…

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AiA 260: NgRx, The Mystical Machine, with Wes Grimes

In this week’s episode of Adventures in Angular the panel has fun interviewing Narwhal rocks star and NgRx expert, Wes Grimes. Wes starts by sharing how he got started in NgRx. In a previous company, Wes was the lead architect for a project that had need of a state management solution, so it was his…

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