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: […]
Most of us have worked with The Agile Methodology in the work place, but what about at Agile at home? Preston Chandler explains to us how he utilizes some of the Agile principles in day to day life with his family. Continuing to talk about other project management processes we then debunk some of the myths about waterfall and the history of Lean Manufacturing.
This episode we talk about the integration of Content Management Systems with modern frameworks like Angular and React and getting them to play like a team. Then we move on to building the high functioning teams and how it doesn’t always take a team full of all-stars to make an awesome and winning team.
This episode we talk with Engineering Overlord Lyndsey Padget about RESTful services and taking time for hobbies.
This episode we look at hosting options like Amazon Web Services and Digital Ocean and try to articulate just why we love development.
In the debut episode the gang discusses work-from-home productivity vs. office productivity, the pros and cons of a handful of code editors and how the label ‘expert’ can affect one’s self-perception and professional development. This episode’s picks address vital developer concerns including a good shell environment, coffee, whiskey and more.