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MJS 002 My JS Story Mark Nadal

My JS Story Mark Nadal On today's episode of My JS Story, Charles Max Wood welcomes Mark Nadal. Mark  runs  GUN, an open source fire-based. He loves...

JSJ 246 GraphQL and Apollo with Uri Goldshtein

GraphQL and Apollo with Uri Goldshtein On today's episode, Charles Max Wood and Aimee Knight discuss GraphQL and Apollo with Uri Goldshtein. Uri is a core...

MJS 001 My JS Story Keith Horwood

My JS Story Keith Horwood On today's episode of My JS Story, Charles Max Wood welcomes Keith Horwood. Keith was previously on ep 220 of...

JSJ 245 Styled Components and React-Boilerplate with Max Stoiber

Styled Components and React-Boilerplate with Max Stoiber Welcome to another episode of Javascript Jabber with your hosts Charles Max Wood and Aimee Knight. Today Aimee...

244 JSJ Visual Studio with Sam Guckenheimer

1:05 - Introducing Sam Guckenheimer Twitter Microsoft Devops 2:45 - Continuous integration with Visual Studio 4:15 - Visual Studio on Macs Download link 5:55 - Is Visual...

JSJ 243 Immutable.js with Lee Byron

1:05 - Introducing Lee Byron Ruby Rogues episode 1:55 - Immutable.js 4:35 - Modifying data and operations using Immutable.js 7:40 - Explaining Big-O notation in layman’s terms 11:30...

242 JSJ Visual Studio and .NET with Maria Naggaga

1:15 - Introducing Maria Naggaga .NET Twitter 2:32 - .NET new developers 3:55 - NYC Microsoft bootcamp 6:25 - Building a community of .NET programmers 7:25 - Why...

241 JSJ Microsoft Docs with Dan Fernandez

0:55 - Dan Fernandez and his work Microsoft Docs Twitter 7:50 - Walkthrough of the doc experience 15:00 - Editable nature of the doc 21:00 - Test...

240 JSJ Visual Studio Code with Chris Dias

Previous Episodes with Visual Studio Code’s Team: JSJ Episode 199, Visual Studio Code with Chris Dias and Erich Gamma JSJ Episode 221, Visual Studio Code with...

239 JSJ Vets Who Code with Jerome Hardaway

00:55 - Introducing Jerome Hardaway Vets Who Code Ruby Rogues Podcast Facebook Twitter Instagram 02:10 - Spouses and dependants of Vets Who Code 06:55 - Accepting...

238 JSJ Intellectual Property and Software Forensics with Bob Zeidman

TOPICS: 03:08 The level of difficulty in determining code creators on the Internet 04:28 How to determine if code has been copied 10:00 What defines a trade...

237 JSJ CLls – Ember Angular and React with Tracy Lee

TOPICS: 3:57 The exciting facets of CLI’s 8:25 Advantages of CLI projects 11:25 Coding in RAILS 14:18 Disagreeing with conventions encoded in a CLI 19:30 How REACT CLI functions 20:43...

236 JSJ Interview with Mads Kristensen from Microsoft Ignite

TOPICS: 4:00 Things that make web development more difficult 7:40 The developer experience with Angular 10:40 How cognitive cost affects the user experience 16:52 The variety of users...

235 JSJ JavaScript Devops and Tools with Donovan Brown and Jordan Matthiesen

00:50 Intro to guests Donovan Brown and Jordan Matthiesen 1:14 Javascript and Devops 3:49 Node JS and integrating with extensions 11:16 Learning Javascript coming from another language 15:21...

234 JSJ JAMStack with Brian Douglas and Matt Christensen

1:00 Intro to guests Brian Douglas and Matt Christensen 2:20 Definition of JAMStack 8:12 JAMStack and confusion over nomenclature 12:56 JAMStack and security, reliability and performance 17:05 Example...

233 JSJ Google Chrome Extensions with John Sonmez

02:50 The definition of a plug-in 03:31 The definition of an extension 05:09 The way to determine the plug-ins and extensions you are running 08:22 How to...

232 JSJ GunDB and Databases with Mark Nadal

03:45 What makes the Gun database engine special 07:00 Defining a database 12:58 The CAP Theorem 22:56 What Graphs are and how they function (circular references) 30:32 Gun...

231 JSJ Codewars with Nathan Doctor, Jake Hoffner, and Dan Nolan

3:23 Discussing the purpose and aim of Codewars 7:30 The process for building a program with Codewars 11:07 The UI and editor experience 12:55 The challenges faced...

230 JSJ Node at Capital One with Azat Mardan

00:51 Jameson is looking for clients who need front and back end code for apps; @Jergason (Contact him via Direct Message) 04:40 An explanation of...

229 JSJ Elm with Richard Feldman

TOPICS: 1:13 No Red Ink is hiring; Richard’s book-in-progress 2:10 Frontend Masters Workshop 2:55 Elm’s primary function 5:10 Using Elm over using Haskell, React, Javascript, etc. 9:15 Increased usability...