Pam and Justin record a "minisode", which ends up being not all that mini.
87: Allegedly BetterExplicit
"Serverless" programming, ethics of AIs, and opinions about code reviews
- Len: 2 Dope Queens
- Pam: D3 Garden, Ladyhawke (music)
86: The World TakesExplicit
- Trenton Makes the World Takes
- On Hacking MicroSD Cards « bunnie's blog
- Seven Languages in Seven Weeks
- webpack module bundler
- SurviveJS - Introduction
- Chris Martin on Twitter: "It's elegant in its simplicity because it's all tires. If you understand tires, you can understand the whole system. https://t.co/kjd6uJLffl"
Programming in bed, meta keys, HBO shows, and CrossFit.
- Pam: Chocolate Peanut Butter Pillows
- Justin: slither.io
- Jearvon: BonBon - Era Istrefi, Viceland
- Len: Dimmer than Dim
82: The Jearvon & Justin Show
Jearvon & Justin talk about their favorite programming-related topics, which are apparently video games and food.
75: Bonnie Eisenman, author of Learning React Native
We talk with Bonnie Eisenman, author of Learning React Native, about React Native, Big Company open source, book writing, and not-programming.
- Pam: JWT.io
- Justin: p-e-w/maybe
- Jearvon: Bang Data, Elixir Docs
- Len: Exponent
- Bonnie: DuoLingo's Esperanto course, Learning React Native
70: The extent of my spice knowledgeExplicit
We talk about Apple TVs, BarCamp, Spices, Self-Organizing Teams, Productivity and Project Tracking Systems.
- Pam: Fun with Elasticsearch!, DevTools Challenger
- Jearvon: ODESZA, React Native
- Len: Sit Down | Some Tips for Rules Explanations!
- Justin: rspec-steps
69: Slack UpExplicit
We talk about Slack, React, and more.
- Jearvon: Sysadmin Casts
- Len: Hibaou
- Justin: Remote Jobs
61: Raquel Vélez
- Raquel Vélez: Screenhero
- Justin: Glacier National Park
- Jearvon: JRuby, Thre3style
- Pam: Reactive Podcast
60: Like 75% AccurateExplicit
While Justin's on vacation, we talk about Nebraska, React/Flux, Len's conversion to Emacs, and web browsers.
- Why we should give free money to everyone
- We Compared 13 Top Flux Implementations
- Building Modular Web Apps With Backbone.Radio
- Emacs Introduction and Demonstration
- Vimium - the hacker's browser
- Electrovim :: Add-ons for Firefox
- Len: Ember, Mr. Robot
- Pam: AUGMENTING HUMAN INTELLECT
- Jearvon: Compton, Local Natives, homebrew cask
59: Evil LeaderExplicit
Surprise! More Elixir! Also some upcoming conferences, the future of our economy, Emacs, and HitchBOT's demise.
- Tatsu. Standup meetings for remote teams.
- ElixirConf 2015
- Open Source & Feelings
- Phoenix Screencasts
- Clojure/conj 2015
- Spread Bagelry - Montreal Style Wood Oven Bagels in Philadelphia
- The On-Demand Diaries: I Was A TaskRabbit Butler — On Demand — Medium
- hitchBOT - A robot exploring the world
- Justin: Journey
- Jearvon: iTerm 2 v3 in Beta, Seinabo Sey, ParEdit for Emacs
- Pam: A privacy analysis of the HTML5 Battery Status API
- Len: elixirstatus.com, vim devicons
58: All Things Potato
More Elixir, the Philly Popepocalypse, and Emoji!
- Microsoft Edge - Download virtual machines
- Phoenix Framework
- Elixir Fountain Podcast
- r/askscience - Does Anyone Know the Terminal Velocity of a Potato?
- How PAPER Magazine’s web engineers scaled their back-end…
- Ticketleap is SEPTA’s secret weapon in this whole papal train pass situation
- Brittany Forks eLife
- Justin: Productive for iOS
- Jearvon: Taylor Swift - Bad Blood, mies
- Pam: emoji-translate
- Len: Spyfall
57: Mudit AmetaExplicit
- Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!
- H-99: Ninety-Nine Haskell Problems
- Contracts for Ruby
- Recurse Center
- What jQuery can teach you about monads
- Monad tutorials timeline
- Microservices - Martin Fowler
- Mudit on SoundCloud
- How I Start - Elixir With José Valim
- Justin: Talking Machines Podcast
- Jearvon: Swagger, Where the Trail Ends
- Pam: Millennials to Snake People (Firefox port)
- Mudit Ameta: What’s Your Pain Threshold?
The inevitability of single-page apps. Also the many facets of exercise, a game called Rocket League, and some GopherCon recap.
- Justin: Papertrail
- Jearvon: Dayne Jordan, Skylight
- Len: Front End Masters
53: Updated to be less horrifying
52: Web Components and Polymer
Anything can Listen
12: Why Rails is Awesome/Terrible
There's so much stuff in it.
- Onion.js 34:20
- A Build First Approach 35:40
- Jearvon: Phantogram - Fall In Love, Rails As She Is Spoke
- Justin: Destiny
- Pam: This Is My Jam
- Len: WWDC App
8: Off By One Error
Alan Turing, Static Site Generators, and Pam's book
- Alan Turing 1:30
- Turing Machines (video) 2:30
- Middleman 7:47
- Travis CI - S3 Deployments 10:47
- Turing-Incomplete's .travis.yml 14:00
- Octopress 14:42
- Slim 16:00
- Comparison of Haml/Slim/Erb 19:30
- wp2middleman 24:10
- Heroku 27:55
- OpenShift 28:35
- HireFire 30:45
- Pam's book 33:30
- Pam: Neuromancer
- Jearvon: Highlight
- Len: Vic Ramon's Ember Tutorial
- Justin: How I Start
4: All The Bugs
- Dancey Dots 1:24
- Sweet JS 4:51
- Everything is Broken and I don't know Why 8:00
- Sentry 8:34
- Swift 11:38
- Ruby Motion on Android 19:08
- Pam: Open Web Art
- Jearvon: Clojure for the Brave and True
- Justin: Hiccup
- Len: Reality is Broken
2: TDD is Alive again
Pam tells us about India, we discuss the developer job market, and debate TDD a bit more.
1: TDD is Dead?
We mourn the death of TDD.