Month: February 2020

RR 450: Writing Ruby for the Apple II with Colin Fulton

Colin Fulton has written a Ruby implementation in assembly for the Apple II. He's also got a fondness for the impossible and impractical applications of software. He walks through how he approached writing a somewhat limited version of Ruby for a old and limited machine. He also talks through other ways to explore the limits…

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RRU 101: Military Veterans, How to Learn, and With You With Me with Travis Ralph

Travis Ralph works with With You With Me to help veterans transition from military service to IT jobs. He discusses the process of making the move from military service to software development, why they use React as part of their curriculum, and how to learn new skills. Panel: Thomas Aylott Carl Mungazi Charles Max Wood…

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JSJ 422: CSS and Houdini with Una Kravets

Una Kravets talks to the panel about CSS and its future. We dive into what Houdini is and how much of it is implemented in the browsers. She explains how the changes outlined in Houdini will improve the user experience on the web and developer experience for web developers. Panel: Aimee Knight AJ O’Neal Charles…

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VoV 099: Testing in Vue with The Jared Wilcurt

The Jared Wilcurt, a prolific Vue developer leads the panelists of Views on Vue into an educational episode on writing tests in Vue. He also speaks about a library that he has been working on that solves a bunch of problems around snapshot testing in Vue. Panel: Steve Edwards Devlin Duldulao Austin Gil Deane Venske…

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AiA 276: The 10 Commandments of Angular Development Christian Lüdemann

Christian walks Charles and Younes through the 10 commandments of building Angular applications. We talk about how to arrange Angular applications, design components, and best practices. We also talk through tools, teams, and performance. Panel: Younes Jaaidi Charles Max Wood Guest: Christian Lüdemann ____________________________________________________________   "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by…

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TFS 355: Other Ways to Show Up in Google with Fernando Angulo

Fernando Angulo joins the Freelancers' Show panel to help the understand how and why to build content that will show up as answers to questions and other results in Google beyond the results listed in Google on a search. Panelists Brooks Forsyth Brad Large Charles Max Wood Guest Fernando Angulo Sponsors Cloudways Use Promo code…

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DevOps 023: Tools for Issues Resolution with Troy McAlpin and Tobias Dunn-Krahn

Troy and Tobias work at xMatters providing tools that help devops engineers manage things when they go wrong. Their tools at xMatters provide information that makes is easier to track down problems. Running a service like xMattters also allows them to become experts in how workflows should go to empower people to fix issues. Follow…

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CC 007: The Processes and Procedures We Take for Granted with Michael Whatcott

Michael Whatcott is a band teacher turned developer working at SmartyStreets. He talks through the processes and procedures we take for granted as software developers. Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Michael Whatcott "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max Wood is now available on Amazon. Get Your Copy Today! Links:…

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MJS 138: Carl Mungazi

Carl is a developer from Zimbabwe currently living in London. He explains how he started out as a journalist and wound up doing web development to keep track of news stories coming out in his local area. He leveled up by attending meetups and talking to other developers. He currently works for LimeJump, an energy…

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JSJ 421: Semantic HTML with Bruce Lawson

Bruce Lawson is an expert in and proponent of semantic HTML. After receiving some good natured ribbing, Bruce walks the panel through the benefits of semantic HTML. He provides several examples on how it's used and in particular how it helps with other issues like accessibility and navigability on your websites. Panel AJ O’Neal Aimee…

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VoV 098: Gridsome and Gridsome Plugins

Lindsay has been working with Gridsome for a while and leads the discussion about what Gridsome is and how it works. A bit of time is spent comparing it to Gatsby from the React Ecosystem. Lindsay also walks the panel through the process of building a Gridsome plugin. Panelists Charles Max Wood Lindsay Wardell Deane…

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CC 006: Clean Code in the Clean Coders Codebase with Micah Martin

Micah Martin has taken over maintaining the codebase at Clean Coders. He and Chuck discuss how he’s working to refactor the codebase into "clean code" and how he’s worked with apprentices in the past to teach them to write and refactor to clean code. Links Datomic Email Micah at [email protected], follow him on Twitter @slagyr…

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