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Episode 12 – Infrastructure and much more

  In Episode 12 we talk with Bill Dinger about Infrastructure, monitoring, docker, and we pick some cool tools with perfect radio flow. Enjoy! iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: Infrastructure (1:00) Monitoring (40:43) Docker (45:47) Picks (1:05:03) Picks: PluralSight – (Bill) Postman – (Bill) Let’s Encrypt  – (Bill) Qualys SSL Labs  – (Bill) […]

Episode 11 – Virtual Reality

  In Episode 11 the gang talks with Matt Bell about his awesome job and VR a.k.a virtual reality. iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: Virtual Reality (5:05) Picks (35:55) Picks: HTC Vive – (Matt Bell) Andrew things – (Andrew) Big letter shirt – (Jacob) Contigo water bottle – (Landon) Social: […]

Episode 10 – Data Science

In Episode 10 we talk about what data science is and the fascinating information that comes from it. Want to get involved and start to tackle some big data? Jerome Scheuring tells us how.

Episode 9 – Angular 2 / Burnout

In Episode 9 we talk about our recent experiences with Angular 2, the good, the bad and the awesome! Then we talk about staying motivated in the workplace and home when burnout starts to set in. iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: Angular 2 (0:38) Burnout in the workplace and at home (35:48) […]

C&C Extra: Maker Faire edition

  Special edition episode features Ryan Mott to talk about a new Kansas City tradition the Maker Faire. Jacob talks to Ryan about his upcoming project and getting involved in the community. http://www.makerfairekc.com/ iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: About Ryan’s project (0:45) Maker Fair event and community (8:45) Social: Meetup […]

No is an Acceptable Answer

Co-authored by Andrew Carlson When used appropriately, “No” can be our most powerful tool. Truly powerful “no” users employ it in the following ways: No, but… … we could always try ‘x.’ We don’t need to be a yes-(wo)men or flip-flop on our opinions but we do need to give reasonable alternatives to the desired course of action. Simply saying ‘no’ without any […]

Angular 2 – What We’ve Learned

This post was co-authored by Landon Cline and Andrew Carlson It’s no secret that the JavaScript world is moving incredibly quickly to the point of exhausting anyone actively involved in developing products using a remotely ‘modern’ JS style. With your JavaScript fatigue on the backburner, let’s talk Angular 2. Why the fuss over a version change? […]

9 Tips for Managing People Who Think for Work

For most of my career I’ve associated with people who think for work. This thinking has taken place in quite a number of industries and environments, many that aren’t typically thought of as having knowledge workers. I’ve tripped up several times, so I’d like to share some of my personal learnings in a hope that […]

Episode 8 – Mentoring developers / Code bootcamps

  Episode 8 includes guest Stephanie Serafine to talk about mentoring developers and working with code bootcamps also joining in is a recent code bootcamp graduate, Frankie Cline. iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: About Steph (5:00) Mentoring developers and bootcamps (12:45) Picks (45:42) Picks: Smartest man in the world […]

Episode 7 – Book Publishing / Challenging Yourself to Learn

Episode 7 includes guests resident CodeAnd gaming commissioner Ben Summers and the super sneaky Drupal kraken and book writer Eric J. Gruber to discuss his publishing experiences, challenging yourself to learn, along with other silly high jinks. iTunes RSS SoundCloud Google Play Music Anywhere podcasts are available Show Notes Topics: Book Publishing (13:00) Challenging Yourself to Learn (39:00) Picks: […]

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