Month: July 2020

iPS 300: How to Build a Million Dollar App with Steve Young

Steve Young is an ASO and App Promotion expert. He walks Chuck and Soojin through the process of finding applications that will make you millions of dollars by competing in spaces where others are making millions of dollars. He also shows the panelists how to make your apps appear higher in the app store.

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RR 465: WebAuthn in Ruby with Gonzalo Rodriguez and Braulio Martinez

As the world becomes more security conscious, we need to think about the ways we allow people to authenticate to our applications. WebAuthn is a standard that allows you to accept biometric, device based, and other types of authentication as a second or first factor. Gonzalo and Braulio have published a gem that allows you to add webauthn to your Ruby applications and have joined the Rogues to talk through the implications of using it in your applications.

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EMx 100: Celebrating a Milestone

The Elixir Mix podcast celebrates its 100th episode, with the introduction of new panelists and the recognition of the indelible contribution made by Mark Eirkson, who recently said goodbye to us. We dive into what brought each panelist to the Elixir community and what continues to excite them about the Elixir ecosystem.

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CC 015: Getting Started with Go with Michael Whatcott

Michael Whatcott is a Go developer at Smarty Streets and co-hosts the Go with Intensity series at Clean Coders. Michael walks Chuck and the audience through the ins and outs of getting started with the Go programming language, how to think about writing programs with the language. Michael and Chuck also talk about the Go community and ecosystem.

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JSJ 442: Breaking Into Tech with Danny Thompson

Danny Thompson discusses his road to a successful tech career, after working for years outside the industry (frying chicken at gas-stations). He explains the importance of setting goals and following through, and how to overcome adversity, and handle setbacks. It’s simultaneously a very inspirational story, but also filled with lots of very practical advice and action items to pursue. For example, the importance of attending and participating in Meetups and engaging with the local tech community.

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What Really Makes a 10x Engineer

A while back, there was a tweet that caused a splash stating that startup founders should hire "10x engineers" and then listed 11 ways to find them. 10x engineers Founders if you ever come across this rare breed of engineers, grab them. If you have a 10x engineer as part of your first few engineers,…

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How to Stay Current in Technology Effectively in 2019

This guide is designed to help you stay current in the quickly changing world of technology. It’s written in 2019 and focused on the resources and approaches available in 2019. I plan to update this every year. Know Where You Want to End Up This is universally where I tell people to start and probably…

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RRU 113: Typed Functional Programming in TypeScript with fp-ts with Robin Pokorny

Functional programming can be tricky to start with, especially in TypeScript aps. In today’s show, Robin Pokorny shares tips on how to start with functional programming, and how you can integrate functional programming into the apps you’re building today. He also shares tips on libraries to help make functional programming with TypeScript easier, including fp-ts.

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AiA 286: Are There Benefits from Working From Home? with Will Gant

In this episode of Adventures in Angular, Will Gant, author of Remote Work talks about working from home and working outside of the client’s office. He and Brooks share their experience with working through the challenges, benefits, and methods of working remotely.

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MJS 152: Kevin Kreuzer

Kevin Kreuzer, a freelance front end engineer from Switzerland shares his developer’s journey in this episode of the My JavaScript Story. Kevin is also a Google Developer expert, who loves JavaScript, Angular etc and as such writes a lot of blog posts and maintains some open source libraries. And when he is not engrossed in the tech world, he is out snowboarding or playing soccer.

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TFS 375: How to Build a Company from Scratch with Marc Summe

Guest, Marc Summe shares the ins and outs of building a company from the ground up, especially as it relates to SAS products. As developers, we are not always trained on how to do startups – so check out this very informative episode of The Freelancers Show.

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.NET 032: Containers with Michael Jolley

Michael Jolley joins us to talk all things containers, live coding and being bald! Michael is a Developer Advocate for Vonage with 20+ and does live coding multiple days a week on twitch as baldbeardedbuilder.

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