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BONUS: Continuing Your Learning Journey by Finding Mentors as an Influencer

Chuck outlines how he’s used his podcasts to find mentors to continue his learning journey over 12 years of podcasting. Some mentors have been long lived relationships while others have lasted only a few months or even days. This episode shares Chuck’s experience learning from the top people in the development community as a programmer…

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VUE 142: From Nuxt to React – Catching up with Debbie O’Brien

Lindsay and Steve talk with Debbie O’Brien, Head Developer Advocate at Bit and former Head of Learning at Nuxt about her new position. We talk about what Bit is, and how they are bringing a new approach to component development. We also talk about how Debbie is having to learn React, what that looks like…

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VUE 141: Diving into Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe

In this episode, Lindsay and Steve talk Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe, Framework Engineer at Nuxt. We talk about upcoming features, including Nitro (the new server-side renderer for Nuxt), serverless deployment with Netlify or Vercel, Nuxt Kit, and an upcoming Nuxt CLI. We also dive into deployment options, and how to deploy you application in…

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BONUS: How Charles Max Wood Started Podcasting — And You Can Too

Charles Max Wood goes into the origin story of his podcasting career and how it relates to his programming career. He starts with his interest from a young age in technology and his dreams of being a radio DJ. He moves quickly through college and into his first job after college where he was introduced…

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VUE 140: Exploring Vitesse with Anthony Fu

In this episode, Lindsay talks with Anthony Fu, full-time open source contributor and author of Vitesse, an opinionated template for using Vite. We explore some of Anthony’s work in open source, and what inspired him to use Vite to rebuild his site. Panel Lindsay Wardell Guest Anthony Fu Sponsors This Dot Labs Dev Heroes Accelerator…

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VUE 139: Exploring Inkline with Alex Grozav

In this episode, Lindsay and Steve talk to Alex Grozav, creator of the Inkline UI framework. We discuss how he came to web development, and what led him to creating his own UI framework. We talk about the differences between Inkline and other common frameworks, as well as the driving principles behind Inkline’s design. Alex…

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VUE 138: Vue and Ruby with Austin Story

In this episode, Lindsay talks with Austin Story, Technical Lead at Doximity, about their adoption of Vue server-side rendering and eventually Nuxt. We talk about the challenges the team faced, and how they reacted to the shift. We also discuss the difference between the Ruby and JavaScript ecosystems, and how those languages impact development choices….

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VUE 137: Using Laravel and VueJS in an Enterprise Application

The panel talks with Jay Hariani, CTO of GovTribe. GovTribe is an enterprise application built with Laravel and VueJS that provides government contractors with a centralized location for available government contract and grant information that is easily searchable and customizable. The discussion covers why GovTribe went with Laravel and Vue, what their strengths are, and…

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VUE 136: Ionic and Vue with Michael Tintiuc

In this episode, Lindsay, Steve, and Raymond talk with Michael Tintiuc, tech lead at Modus Create and author of the Ionic Vue library. We discuss what Ionic is, how Michael integrated it with Vue, and how everything works together for building mobile applications. We also discuss Michael’s experience as a designer and using multiple languages,…

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VUE 135: Netlify CMS and Nuxt with Daniel Kelly

In this episode, Lindsay and Steve talk to Daniel Kelly about his theme for Nuxt, Awake, and his experience building it. We discuss Daniel’s experience with Laravel, then compare PHP and JavaScript development. We talk about building the theme, integrating it with Netlify CMS, and the benefits of this approach. We also discuss the plugins…

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VUE 134: A Conversation with author, Marco Faella

We spoke with Marco about his book, Seriously Good Software, and what it means for developers. Panel Raymond Camden Steve Edwards Guest Marco Faella Sponsors Next Level Mastermind Links Seriously Good Software by Marco Faella Picks Marco- Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by  Robert C. Martin Marco- Java API Source code Marco-…

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VUE 133: Teach VueJS with Erik Hanchett

Steve and Lindsay talk with Erik Hanchett about his experience teaching VueJS. Erik is a published author, prolific Youtube video creator, and has created multiple online courses all for the purpose of teaching Vue. The discussion ranges from how he creates runs his courses, to the benefits of writing for an established publisher, to developer…

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