Month: February 2020

AiA 275: From Zero to Top of the App Store on Ionic: Seed to Spoon with Dale Spoonemore

Dale Spoonemore joins the adventure to talk about his journey from no coding experience to writing one of the most popular gardening apps on the web with Ionic. Dale explains how learning to garden sparked a journey that led him to teach himself Angular and Ionic to build the Seed to Spoon app. Panelists Alyssa…

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CC 005: Clean Coding in Mobile with Eric Crichlow

Eric Crichlow is a software developer in the Phoenix area with 24 years of experience, and he has spent the last 11 doing mobile development. He has also recently released the first three episodes of a Native IOS videos for Clean Coders and wrote the afterword in Uncle Bob’s latest book, Clean Agile. The show…

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CC 004: Software Craftsmanship with Sandro Mancuso

Sandro Mancuso started his consultancy business 6 years ago and is one of the pioneers of software craftsmanship in the UK. He learned software craftsmanship from Uncle Bob in Chicago and brought it to the UK and Europe. He has also written a book called The Software Craftsman. Sandro talks about how he met Uncle…

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CC 003: Leveling Up, Mentorship, and Clean Code in the Browser with Chris Powers

Chris Powers is the author of Clean Code in the Browser for Clean Coders and VP of engineering for Thinkful. He starts the show by talking about the path he sees people following when they come through Thinkful, which includes weekly meetings with a mentor in the industry. Every person that uses Thinkful comes out…

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CC 002: Agile Model for Success and InfoOps with Daniel Markham

Daniel Markham is a systems architect and self-taught programmer. He got to know the Agile team back in the day and hung with that crowd. Right now he is working on three books at home and some sample projects for CryptoCurrency. He talks about his history, how he got connected with Uncle Bob and the…

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.NET 019: The History of .NET with Richard Campbell

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, Richard Campbell, podcast manager, conference creator and author, joins the panel to share the history of .NET. He starts by explaining his background, his father was an electronics engineer and his mother a fictional author. Richard tells a great story and has a great passion for technology.  Reminiscing…

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CC 001: Clean Agile with Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin

Uncle Bob (Robert C. Martin) has been a coder since 1970, co-founder of cleancoders.com, founder of Uncle Bob Consulting LLC, Master Craftsman at 8th Light Inc, and author of the book Clean Agile. Bob and Chuck start by discussing whether or not there has been a decline in Agile in recent years. Bob does not…

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DevOps 021: The Ideal Pipeline with Stephen Chin

In this episode of Adventures in DevOps Charles Max Wood interviews Stephen Chin. Stephen runs developer relations at JFrog. Stephen starts by sharing what JFrog has to offer and their most recent announcements. Including their new free version of Aritfactory.  Charles and Stephen consider the biggest trends to emerge in 2019 and speculate on what’s…

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EMx 087: Zip Generation with Packmatic with Evadne Wu

In this episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews Evadne Wu about the Packmatic Library. The show begins with recent announcements specifically the acquisition of Plataformatec. Evadne works at Faria Education Group as Head of Exam Sytems developing apps using Elixir. Evadne works with a small team and he talks about the pros and cons…

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TFS 352: Marketing Funnels

In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Mike Volkin describes a successful marketing funnel. One common problem in freelancing is finding your next client, a marketing funnel will be constantly bringing clients to you. Mike’s direct response funnel starts with a Facebook or Google ad. This ad will bring potential clients to your landing page….

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iPS 282: The Art of Designing Code with Mischa Hildebrand

In this episode of the iPhreaks Show the panel interviews, Mischa Hildebrand, asking about a talk he gave at iOS Conf 2019. Mischa has a very varied background, he studied to become a physicist, then did some journalism on television and radio before finally going into iOS development. His background in journalism gave a unique…

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JSJ 419: Google App Script with Ben Collins

Today’s guest is Ben Collins, who creates online courses, writes tutorials, and teaches workshops around G Suite and App Script. Apps Script is a scripting platform developed by Google for light-weight application development in the G Suite platform. It is an implementation of JavaScript with the express purpose of extending Google apps. App Script was…

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