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CodingCat.dev Podcast

By CodingCat.dev Podcast
CodingCat.dev Podcast is a development podcast made by developers for developers. Learning how to be a developer is hard, CodingCat.dev will show you how to grow as a developer bit by bit. We continue this journey of building up purrfect peeps, by also including courses on codingcat.dev

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2.40 - RedwoodJS with Tom Preston-Werner
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-40-RedwoodJS-with-tom-preston-werner The amazing Tom Preston-Werner joins us. Tom is building Preston Werner Ventures and RedwoodJS. Tom was also cofounder of GitHub, on the board of Chatterbug, Netlify, and Hack Club.
56:03
September 21, 2022
2.39 - Plasmic with Kene Eze (Kenny)
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/Plasmic-with-Ekene-Eze-Kenny Sponsors:  Storyblok Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! In this episode Kenny breaks down how you can improve developer experience with Plasmic the visual builder for your tech stack.
01:07:58
September 14, 2022
2.38 - A11y with Ben Myers
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-38-a11y-with-ben-myers Sponsors:  Storyblok Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! Ben breaks down accessibility (A11y) in web development and how it can impact usability. He also explains different tools and methods for approving A11y.
01:16:21
September 07, 2022
2.37 - Developer Events and Community on CFE.dev
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-37-Developer-Events-and-Community-on-CFE-dev Sponsors:  Storyblok Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content!
01:04:13
August 31, 2022
2.36 - Building in CodeSandbox with Adewale "Ace" Abati
Adewale “Ace” Abita, shows us how to use CodeSandbox to improve your developer experience and collaboration.  https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-36-Building-in-CodeSandbox-with-Adewale-"Ace"-Abati   Sponsors:  Storyblok Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content!  
01:08:58
August 25, 2022
2.35 - Podcasters Unite
We got together the best in the podcast business to find out all their secrets to success. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-35-podcasters-unite Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:12:27
August 23, 2022
2.34 - WPEngine and FaustJS
Kellen breaks down how to use Faust.js to build your front-end applications with WordPress as the headless CMS. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-34-WPEngine-and-FaustJS Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:14:11
August 23, 2022
2.33 - Managing DataOps with Meltano
You have heard of DevOps, but what about DataOps? Douwe explains what this is all about and how Meltano solves hard to create data solutions for your infrastructure. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-33-Managing-DataOps-with-Meltano Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:03:53
July 27, 2022
2.32 - Ionic 6 with Mike Hartington
Mike tells us all about himself and starting at Ionic. Mike gives us a full demo of Ionic 6 and the new components. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-32-ionic-6 Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:07:24
July 27, 2022
2.31 - Creating a Standardized Design System for the Web
Greg talks with us about running the OpenUI working group. We talk in detail and give demos on standardizing components across the major browser vendors. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/creating-a-standardized-design-system-for-the-web Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
57:14
July 13, 2022
2.30 - QuickNode Builds Infrastructure for the Future
We sit down with Anthony Campolo (ajcwebdev) to talk about Web3 and working with QuickNode. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/quicknode-builds-infrastructure-for-the-future Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content!  https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:10:40
July 06, 2022
2.29 - Women of Jamstack
We had the opportunity to chat with four amazing Women of Jamstack. We talked about things from Redwoodjs to equal pay. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-29-women-of-jamstack  Sponsors:   Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eCommerce, mobile apps, AR/VR, or voice content! https://www.storyblok.com/?utm_source=codingcat&utm_medium=sponsor&utm_campaign=&utm_content=purrfect-podcast
01:00:05
June 29, 2022
2.28 - Next.js Script with Partytown Web Workers
Adam and Houssein talk with Alex all about how third party script are killing the web. How Partytown fixes the third party script problem. Then we show how Partytown Script is used in Next.js https://codingcat.dev/podcast/nextjs-script-with-partytown-web-workers Sponsors: Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved. https://Builder.io
46:29
June 22, 2022
2.27 - Automating Infrastructure with Digger.dev
We sit down to chat with Igor from Digger.dev how to automate all of your infrastructure needs on AWS. The goal of Digger is to make AWS simple!
36:11
June 16, 2022
2.26 - Open Sourcing Your Database with Appwrite
Brandon Roberts shows us all about Appwrite by showing off a cool codingcat.dev application! https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-26-open-sourcing-your-database-with-appwrite Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
59:04
June 16, 2022
2.25 - Building & Maintaining Design Systems
Michael Chan talks all about how to build and maintain Design Systems. Brittney and I have a few ideas of our own too. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-25-building-maintaining-design-systems Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
01:01:12
June 16, 2022
2.24 - Creating and Using KendoUI
We have Alyssa Nicoll and Kathryn Grayson from Progress teach us all about KendoUI and how they maintain this frontend library. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-24-making-progress-with-kendo-ui Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
01:01:46
June 16, 2022
2.23 - Routes for Svelte with Routify
Jake Rosenberg and Willow join us to talk about Routes for Svelte with Routify. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-23-routes-for-svelte-with-routify Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
44:23
June 16, 2022
2.22 - Building Connections for the Underrepresented
We chat with Pariss Athena and Nick DeJesus about building Black Tech Pipeline. How Black Tech Pipeline is building connections for the underrepresented. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-22-building-connections-for-the-underrepresented Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
43:12
June 15, 2022
2.21 - Linking your Microservices with Workflows
Swyx walks us through how to use Temporal.io to link all of your microservice workflows. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-21-linking-your-microservices-with-workflows Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
57:31
June 15, 2022
2.20 - Regaining JavaScript Performance in your Website
We have Ryan Carniato on to talk about SolidJS and performance on your website. As well as comparing Qwik, React and SolidJS. Make sure to checkout  @Ryan Carniato 's YouTube!   https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-20-regaining-java-script-performance-in-your-website Sponsors  https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
01:02:12
June 15, 2022
2.19 - Enterprise Databases that Scale
James Q Quick teaches us about how Planetscale's ability to infinitely scale SQL horizontally at the push of a button. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-19-enterprise-databases-that-scale Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
52:46
June 15, 2022
2.18 - Making the Web Easier to Build
Una Kravets is a DevRel extraordinaire making CSS magician at Google.   https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-18-making-the-web-easier-to-build-with-una-kavets Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
57:32
June 15, 2022
2.17 - Building the Future of Svelte at Vercel
We caught up with Rich Harris to see how he was settling into his new role with Vercel and what is next for Svelte. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-17-building-the-future-of-svelte-at-vercel Sponsors  https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
51:09
June 15, 2022
2.16 - Optimize your Media Experience
Colby Fayock walks us through how to optimize your media experience with Cloudinary. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-16-optimize-your-media-experience Sponsors https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
50:08
June 15, 2022
2.15 - Stacks on Stacks on Stacks with codeSTACKr
We sit down with Jesse Hall of codeSTACKr to talk all about MongoDB, his YouTube channel, and how to make NFT cats. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-15-stacks-on-stacks-on-stacks-with-code-stac-kr Sponsors  https://Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
49:12
June 15, 2022
2.14 - Building up Better Communities
Bryan Robinson teaches us how Orbit helps us build up better communities. He talks about finding those who have great content and are not well known. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-14-building-up-better-communities
01:10:53
June 15, 2022
2.13 - Managing Multiple Data Sources in GraphQL
We sit down with Anthony Campolo to talk about StepZen and combining multiple GraphQL data sources. We walk through an entire demo live! https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-13-managing-multiple-data-sources-in-graphql
52:35
June 15, 2022
2.12 - Empower your Content with Prismic
We sit down with Alex Trost to talk about Prismic and how it can empower your content and content creators. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-12-empower-your-content-with-prismic
01:13:11
June 15, 2022
2.11 - Build faster websites with Astro
Fred Schott chats with us all about Astro and how you can build static sites with any framework. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-11-build-faster-websites-with-astro
59:07
June 15, 2022
2.10 - Creative Coding to Boost your Skills
Brittney sits down with Jhey Tompkins and talks about how to be creative while improving your skills. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-10-creative-coding-to-boost-your-skills
42:39
June 15, 2022
2.9 - Getting GraphiQL with WordPress
Jason Bahl joins us to talk about an amazing product he created that lets WordPress become headless with a GraphQL https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-9-getting-graphiql-with-wordpress
52:32
June 15, 2022
2.8 - Powering up with Gatsby 4 and GatsbyConf
Grayson Hicks joins us to talk all about Gatsby 4 and multiple methods of rendering. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-8-powering-up-with-gatsby-4-and-gatsbyconf
54:06
June 15, 2022
2.7 - Building Design Systems with Backlight.dev
We sit down with m4dz, developer advocate from the divRIOTS team. We talk all about the Backlight.dev design system. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-7-building-design-systems-with-backlight-dev
39:17
June 12, 2022
2.6 - Open Props - an Open Source CSS Props Library
We sit down to learn more about Adam Argyle and his new project Open Props. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-6-open-props-an-open-source-css-props-library
52:52
February 09, 2022
2.5 - Scaling Transactional Data Globally with Fauna
We sit down with Rob Sutter to talk all about his history as a developer advocate and Fauna. Fauna is a flexible, developer-friendly, transactional database delivered as a secure and scalable cloud API with native GraphQL. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-5-scaling-transactional-data-globally-with-fauna
54:24
February 02, 2022
2.4 - The Other Side of Tech: A Documentarian Perspective
We sit down with Stefan Kingham, who helped create the Vue.js documentary and will soon be releasing a new Svelte documentary. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-4-the-other-side-of-tech-a-documentarian-perspective Sponsors Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved. 00:00 - Intro 00:30 - Purrfect.dev intro 01:15 - Stefan Intro 04:30 - Tech Documentaries 06:20 - How did you get into documentaries? 08:30 - https://www.builder.io/ 09:55 - Tech hate 12:00 - Reactions 14:45 - Best part about making documentaries 17:00 - Getting over being an introvert 19:33 - Date for Svelte Documentary 21:50 - Why Svelte? 26:00 - OSS   27:50 - Finding topics 33:36 - Trend for framework adoption 34:30 - Community 36:45 - What is coming next? 43:20 - Do you want to get into development after this? 46:00 - Doja Cat collab https://www.theverge.com/2021/12/5/22817753/doja-cat-video-girls-who-code 46:45 - Purrfect Picks Stefan - Locke & Key - https://www.netflix.com/title/80241239 48:08 - Kim's Convenience - https://www.netflix.com/title/80199128 48:59 - Svelte 49:15 - Harry Potter First Look - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2RzASP6cbA 50:19 - Brittney Vue.js The Documentary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrxmtDw4pVIWheel of Time - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09F5KBXB6/ 52:52 - Alex Lost in Space - https://www.netflix.com/title/80104198Freeicons - https://www.iconshock.com/freeicons/
56:37
January 26, 2022
2.3 - Supabase an Open Source Alternative
We sit down with Jon Meyers, developer advocate at Supabase. We talk all about supabase and the architecture features along with a live demo. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-3-supabase-an-open-source-alternative Sponsors Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
51:35
January 19, 2022
2.2 - Using No-Code with Builder.io - Part 2
Alex and Brittney sit down with Steve Sewell, Co-Founder and CEO of Builder.io, to understand how Builder.io is different from other no-code solutions. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/using-no-code-with-builder-io-part-2 Sponsors Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved.
57:50
January 12, 2022
2.1 - Using No-Code with Builder.io - Part 1
Alex sits down with Steve Sewell, Co-Founder and CEO of Builder.io. In part 1 of the two part series, Steve helps me to understand how Builder.io is different from other no-code solutions.  https://codingcat.dev/podcast/using-no-code-with-builder-io-part-1 Sponsors Builder.io Empower your entire team to visually create and optimize high-speed experiences on your sites and apps. Provide whole-team autonomy with a platform that is developer approved. 00:00 - Intro 01:05 - Steve Sewell intro 09:30 - Comparing no code solutions to Builder 14:42 - Builder demo 17:58 - Code example Next.js Simple - https://github.com/BuilderIO/builder/tree/main/examples/next-js-simple 25:50 - Is there a dev preview version? 35:25 - Is Builder.registerComponent hitting an API? 40:15 - Purrfect Picks 40:44 - https://cloudinary-transform-designer.netlify.app/ -  A great Cloudinary example app.   42:58 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dune_(2021_film - Dune is an awesome Sci-Fi movie.   44:15 - https://growth.design/
49:18
January 05, 2022
1.51 - Creating Opportunities with Girl Develop It
We sit down with Katie Franco, Executive Director of Girl Develop It. We dive into how they support woman and non-binary people in the development space. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-51-creating-opportunities-with-girl-develop-it
36:12
December 22, 2021
1.50 - Making State Management Domain Agnostic with @derxjs
We sit down with Zack DeRose to talk all about @derxjs. We also break down RxJS and its ability to elegantly compose domain-agnostic state management code. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-50-making-state-management-domain-agnostic-with-derxjs
50:13
December 15, 2021
1.49 - Qwik the HTML First Framework
We sit down with Miško Hevery, Inventor of Angular, to talk about a new framework he is building called Qwik. We talk about Miško's past experience and then we deep dive into Qwik. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-49-qwik-the-html-first-framework
01:09:08
December 08, 2021
1.48 - Learn to Build Reliable and Efficient Software in Rust
We sit down and chat about Rust and Chris Biscardi's new Rust workshop, Rust Adventure. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-48-learn-to-build-reliable-and-efficient-software-in-rust
39:59
December 01, 2021
1.47 - Unlocking DXP with Uniform
We sit down with Tim Benniks Dev Advocate for Uniform. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-47-unlocking-dxp-with-uniform
55:35
November 24, 2021
1.46 - Revealing all of Next.js 12's Features
We sit down with Lee Robinson, Head of Developer relations at Vercel, to talk all about Next.js 12. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-46-revealing-all-of-next-js-12-s-features
42:21
November 17, 2021
1.45 - Crossover for Compressed.fm and Purrfect.dev
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-45-crossover-for-compressed-fm-and-purrfect-dev
01:14:17
November 16, 2021
1.44 - Composing Modern Applications with Bit
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-44-composing-modern-applications-with-bit Alex and Brittney sit down with Debbie O'Brien to talk about bit (bit.dev). We dive deep into how you can use bit to compose your application one bit at a time.
47:20
November 10, 2021
1.43 - Scaling your JavaScript Career with Ui.dev
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-43-scaling-your-javascript-career-with-ui-dev Alex sits down with Tyler McGinnis from Ui.dev and talks through scaling your JavaScript career. Tyler talks all about how you can use Ui.dev to learn in a successful fashion. 00:00 - Intro  00:40 - Intro Tyler McGinnis  05:45 - Why did you pivot to Ui.dev?  07:35 - Ui.dev demo  09:00 - Ui.dev new community  13:15 - Ui.dev rewrite and stack  16:00 - Bytes newsletter  17:42 - Course content  20:00 - Philosophy  22:00 - Showing code throughout the course  27:00 - Updating content  28:55 - Expanding past React  30:00 - Events   30:45 - Purrfect Picks  30:55 - Tyler - Motion.dev - https://motion.dev/  31:25  - Alex - Web3 - https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/what-is-web3/
33:28
November 03, 2021
1.42 - Using Content as Data with Sanity.io
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-42-using-content-as-data-with-sanity-io We sit down with Kap and Knut from Sanity.io to talk about using content as data. 
44:39
October 27, 2021
1.41 - Making Tasty Courses for Web Developers
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-41-making-tasty-courses-for-web-developers
42:26
October 20, 2021
1.40 - Creating Code in Your Browser with StackBlitz
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-40-creating-code-in-your-browser-with-stackblitz 0:00 - Intro 0:15 - Live show 1:15 - Tomek intro 1:35 - Background 6:50 - Angular background 8:00 - UI 10:00 - StackBlitz site 13:30 - Demo 15:50 - Web Containers 19:19 - Terminal in the browser 25:30 - Security 29:00 - Similarities to other sandboxes 32:00 - Coding Cat on Stackblitz 38:55 - Localhost in the browser 41:15 - ESM 42:00 - Vite demo 46:30 - Final thoughts 49:38 - Purrfect Picks 49:57 - Alex - Vercel SWR (Stale While Revalidate) - [https://github.com/vercel/swr](https://github.com/vercel/swr) 57:44 - Tomek - https://vitejs.dev https://vite.new & https://vite.new/react 58:15 - Tomek - The Dresden FIles - [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dre...](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dre...)
01:00:57
October 16, 2021
1.39 - Organizing your content for the world with Storyblok
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-39-organizing-your-content-for-the-world-with-storyblok
48:50
October 06, 2021
1.38 - Creating Fake Data with Tonic
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-38-creating-fake-data-with-tonic
32:07
September 29, 2021
1.37 - Building Better Authentication with Clerk
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-37-building-better-authentication-with-clerk
40:07
September 22, 2021
1.36 - Reviewing Next.js 11 features with Tim Neutkens
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-36-reviewing-nextjs-features-with-tim-neutkens
01:05:16
September 15, 2021
1.35 - The Coding Interview and Transitioning in Tech
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-35-the-coding-interview-and-transitioning-in-tech
48:13
September 08, 2021
1.34 - Making Flutter Games with Flame Engine
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-34-making-flutter-games-with-flame-engine
56:59
September 01, 2021
1.33 - Bringing the Jamstack Together with TinaCMS
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-33-bringing-the-jamstack-together-with-tinacms
42:19
August 11, 2021
1.32 - Side Project Hustle
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-32-side-project-hustle
46:48
August 04, 2021
1.31 - Delivering Digital Content with GraphCMS
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-31-delivering-digital-content-with-graphcms
52:21
July 28, 2021
1.30 - Journey of a freelance designer and developer
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-30-journey-of-a-freelance-designer-developer
42:05
July 21, 2021
1.29 - Using CSS in JS with Stitches
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-29-using-css-in-js-with-stitches
50:37
July 14, 2021
1.28 - Unlocking the Jamstack with Auth0
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-28-unlocking-the-jamstack-with-auth0
46:04
July 08, 2021
1.27 - Producing Newsletters with Buttondown
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-27-producing-newsletters-with-buttondown
54:08
June 23, 2021
1.26 - Creating Great Ecommerce with Jamstack
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-26-creating-great-ecommerce-with-jamstack
55:46
June 16, 2021
1.25 - Creating Macro Benefits of Micro Frontends
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-25-micro-frontends
01:03:08
June 09, 2021
1.24 - Diving Deeper Into Nuxt.js
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-24-diving-deeper-into-nuxt-js
52:39
June 02, 2021
1.23 - Creating a Better Vue with Nuxt
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-23-creating-a-better-vue-with-nuxt
43:25
June 02, 2021
1.22 - Hosting Next.js on Netlify
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-22-hosting-nextjs-on-netlify
50:17
May 26, 2021
1.21 - Becoming a Developer Advocate
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-21-becoming-a-developer-advocate
55:02
May 19, 2021
1.20 - #100DaysOfCloud
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-20-100daysofcloud
49:19
May 12, 2021
1.19 - Teaching Others to Code Lessons Learned
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-19-teaching-others-to-code-lessons-learned
52:16
May 05, 2021
1.18 - Fostering Developer Education
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-18-fostering-developer-education
49:41
April 28, 2021
1.17 - Payload CMS
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-17-payload-cms
37:44
April 21, 2021
1.16 - Delivering a Content Mesh
https://codingcat.dev/podcast/1-16-delivering-a-content-mesh
46:30
April 14, 2021
1.15 - What's Up With Svelte
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-15-whats-up-with-svelte
48:55
April 07, 2021
1.14 - Firestore for Unity and C++
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/firestore-for-unity-and-c/
54:34
March 31, 2021
1.13 - Creating a Learning Platform with Scott Tolinski
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-13-creating-a-learning-platform/
01:06:12
March 24, 2021
1.12 - Agility CMS
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-12-agility-cms/
48:33
March 17, 2021
1.11 - Moving from WordPress to Jamstack
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-11-moving-from-wordpress-to-jamstack/
01:24:55
March 10, 2021
1.10 - Creating a Startup
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-10-creating-a-startup
01:09:29
March 03, 2021
1.9 - SAFe is SCRUM on Steriods
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-9-safe-is-scrum-on-steriods/
54:38
February 24, 2021
1.8 - Design for Developers
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-8-design-for-developers/ Questions   I noticed you studied Industrial design. How did you find your way to UX or Interaction design? From the team to the community, are there patterns you see in  Opinions on education paths...bootcamps vs. institutions vs. workshops.master’s programs Do you need formal education around UX/UI? What advice would you give to others coming out of school and how to get started into the design side of a web development practice? Resources, tools? If someone not going to school wants to get started, how do you get in the door first? Networking - reaching out to people you admire  Soft Skills (importance of consulting and speaking skills)  Where does your community hang out? Especially after 2020? Meeting community where they platform Why do people thrive in communities? What communities exist or are accessible? Clubhouse Meet ups (local and online) AIGA, IxDA Community events (Code for Good / Givecamp, Global Service Design Jam, Courses / Co-Learning) / Ladies of UX /  What should a designer learn today? Attitude & aptitude  - curiosity & willingness to learn Mentor / find leaders to learn from  Online, self-driven learning (courses, youtube, google) Tools Sketch Figma Miro Adobe Products (Illustrator (SVG), Photoshop) Designers often work together and collaborate, how did this change in 2020? At work? Miro, drawing messy, white board type work. A developer can do the work, but often they need to be led down the path. Do you see this as a designers role, or more of an architect's role? Are mobile designers different from web designers? (platform agnostic?) Multi-modal Physical Design, Interactive Points, how do you manage expectations. What is hardest about being a designer? What is hard about getting started.  (Constraint, confidence & expression), non-stop pitching How can you be creative, but still need to work within a framework? Constraints are helpful  Design systems  What Physical devices are you using? iPad / Wacom Tablet Old school - Sticky notes / Whiteboard / sketchbook  Where can designers get started on the side, for freelance work Dribbble Pinterest Fiverr Instagram 99designs Awwwards  Purrfect Picks Christy Picks Books - Essentialism,  Deep Work Podcast: Peter Merholtz & JessieJames Garret - Finding our way Zoe Picks Design Better - Invision Podcast Headspace Meditation App - Series, Focus Music Elizabeth Picks Squads  https://basecamp.com/shapeup Brittney Postma Wireframe Podcast by Adobe Sackboy Alex Patterson https://config.figma.com/
57:31
February 17, 2021
1.7 - SocialBee with Ovi Negrean and Vlad Hosu
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-7-socialbee-with-ovi-negrean-and-vlad-hosu Ovi Negrean and Vlad Hosu Links https://socialbee.io/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ovidiunegrean/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/vladhosu/ https://twitter.com/SocialBeeHQ https://www.facebook.com/socialbee.io/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/socialbee.io/ https://www.instagram.com/socialbeeteam/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGu5RruK-fvI-w3xsA9DYGg Who is Ovi? Co-Founder and Chief Executive Bee Who is Vlad? Co-Founder and Chief Technical Bee What is SocialBee? Social Media Management Tools, Training, and Teams. How did SocialBee get started? https://socialbee.io/about-us/ What kind of technology stack is SocialBee built on? Blog: Preact and Wordpress Application: AngularJS 1.5.7 Did you intend on becoming a SAAS in the beginning when you started? Do you have any API’s that you can integrate into SocialBee so that we could push our content to you instead of relying on RSS feeds? There appears to be a lot that happens on the backend of SocialBee. Are you hosted on AWS, GCP or Azure? Is your scheduling platform completely custom? Do you rely on cron jobs for most of the posting functionality per user? Is it difficult relying on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and now Instagram APIs? Purrfect Picks Ovi Negrean https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billions_(TV_series) Vlad Hosu Place Link Here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Crown_(TV_series) Alex Patterson https://socialbee.io/concierge/ https://saassummit.user.com/speakers/ovi-negrean/
52:49
February 10, 2021
1.6 - Jamstack Handbook with Colby Fayock
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-6-jamstack-handbook-with-colby-fayock/ Colby Fayock Links https://twitter.com/colbyfayock https://www.youtube.com/colbyfayock https://www.twitch.tv/colbyfayock https://github.com/colbyfayock https://dribbble.com/colbyfayock https://www.instagram.com/colbyfayock/ https://www.colbyfayock.com/ Who is Colby Fayock? Colby helps others learn by doing through articles, videos, and courses about Javascript, React, and the static web. He is a Lead UX & Front End Engineer passionate about tackling challenges that can help save people’s lives and make the world a better place. What is Jamstack? Ask Colby some leading questions ;) What is the Jamstack? What makes the Jamstack so great? What are some of the challenges? How can you build a Jamstack site or app? What isn't the Jamstack great at? E-Commerce in the Jamstack Is it WordPress vs the Jamstack? (poke the fire!) Additional Mentioned Links https://auth0.com/ Purrfect Picks Colby Fayock Next.js WordPress Starter - Headless WordPress into a static Next.js app Applitools Eyes GitHub Action - Work in progress, the company I work at Alex Patterson https://www.disneyplus.com/series/wandavision/4SrN28ZjDLwH - WandaVision https://fauna.com/ - Fauna Database Brittney Postma Colbyashi Maru Use Shopping Cart - Nick DeJesus @dayhaysoos
52:14
January 25, 2021
1.5 - MDX with Chris Biscardi
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-5-mdx-with-chris-biscardi/ Chris Biscardi Links https://twitter.com/chrisbiscardi http://www.christopherbiscardi.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherbiscardi/ github.com/ChristopherBiscardi http://stackoverflow.com/users/740600/chris-biscardi Who is Chris Biscardi? Chris teaches people how to write Rust, work with Serverlesss, and take advantage of the Jamstack. He is an independent consultant with two major products (Toast and Sector) whose talks can be viewed at a variety of conferences such as qcon, gophercon, and more. Chris runs the Party Corgi Network, a community of practice and is an MDX maintainer. I consult in two main areas: * Building teams around specific initiatives (such as building a Design System team). * Applying modern and emerging technologies (GraphQL, CSS-in-JS, K8s/Containerization, JAMStack/GatsbyJS, React) using mainly Golang and JavaScript. What is MDX? https://mdxjs.com/ Markdown for the component era MDX is an authorable format that lets you seamlessly write JSX in your Markdown documents. You can import components, such as interactive charts or alerts, and embed them within your content. This makes writing long-form content with components a blast 🚀. Ask Chris some leading questions ;) Why would you use regular markdown? What makes MDX so powerful? If you have HTML tags in md do they need to be converted to JSX? How do you get compilation at Build Time, if a component is used? How does MDX perform at scale? Digital Garden’s with MDX, what framework would you recommend to get started with one right now? So, you’ve created a new ESM first framework built on Preact called Toast. Is MDX built into it out of the box? https://www.toast.dev/ CodingCat.dev related We are currently using @mdx-js/runtime directly to convert our blog posts from MDX over to output. Is this bad, should we use something like https://github.com/hashicorp/next-mdx-remote instead? Purrfect Picks Chris Biscardi https://bevyengine.org/ https://github.com/swc-project/swc https://github.com/salsa-rs/salsa Alex Patterson https://circle.so/ https://spline.design/ https://www.2021.ng-conf.org/ Brittney Postma Build a Toast Site with MDX and Tailwind - Learn with Jason Party Corgi Network https://partycorgi.com/
52:13
January 12, 2021
1.4 - Next.js 10 with Guillermo Rauch
https://codingcat.dev/podcasts/1-4-next-js-10-with-guillermo-rauch/ Talking with Guillermo Rauch about Next.js 10 and Vercel. Including plans for 2021.
56:42
January 07, 2021
1.3 - AWS Amplify Admin UI with Rene Brandel
Purrfect.dev on CodingCat.dev AWS Amplify Admin UI (Alex Intro) Welcome back Purrfect Peeps! Today we are going to talk with René Brandel about AWS Amplify Admin UI. The Amplify Admin UI is a visual interface for frontend web and mobile developers to develop app backends and manage app content outside the AWS Management Console. Teams can use the Admin UI to create and manage enterprise-ready, scalable, and secure cloud backends for their apps. René Brandel René is a Senior Product Manager with Amazon Web Services (AWS). He is currently on the AWS Amplify project. Links René Huangtian Brandel - Senior Product Manager - Technical - Amazon Web Services (AWS) AWS Amplify Admin UI The blog: New AWS Amplify Admin UI Helps You Develop App Backends, No Cloud Experience Required | Amazon Web Services The actual UI: Admin UI basics - Introduction - Amplify Docs **Content May Contain Affiliate Links René’s Background Amplify and René What got you started with Amplify? Helping frontend developers Personally, always inspired on how to write less code for more What would you recommend for a person to get started with Amplify? If you're a frontend web or mobile developer on AWS, then Amplify is the best way to get started Helps developers add cloud-based features to frontend apps Scale out their application as their users grow Focus on the experience instead of worrying about infrastructure setup Amplify Admin UI What's the Amplify Admin UI? Is this something new? Do you need an AWS account to get started? What's so special about the new visual data modeler? GSI’s are always difficult, does this help? (In relation to the data modeler) What are some other major features you can have with the Admin UI? (we can talk about auth) Access outside the AWS Management Console This is amazing but could we talk a little bit about how it works? Is it running on Java somehow, like Firebase emulator? Non-technical users - how do they use it? How does this new Amplify Admin UI work with existing customers? How do they turn it on? CLI users Purrfect Picks (These are fun picks for the week) René Re:invent Sessions: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/mobile/the-aws-reinvent-2020-guide-to-front-end-web-and-mobile/ Alex https://www.twitch.tv/videos/824360476 - Feature Launch on Twitch
47:03
December 10, 2020
1.2 - Kinsta with Brian Li
Kinsta (Alex Intro) Brian Li, Website Content Manager at Kinsta® Kinsta is a managed WordPress hosting provider that helps take care of all your needs regarding your website. We run our services on cutting-edge technology and take support seriously. Guest Details Brian Li Links brianli.com linkedin.com/in/bwhli **Content May Contain Affiliate Links Why CodingCatDev Switched Hosting Providers https://codingcat.dev/kinsta-saved-codingcatdevs-lms-dream-after-3-others-failed/ General Questions What is the difference between shared hosting, VPS, or dedicated hosting? Why did Kinsta decide to use the shared container approach? https://kinsta.com/blog/google-cloud-hosting/#4-improved-performance?kaid=XIIHFPADWOKE Is this mainly for security, or speed or reliability? Is pricing the biggest deciding factor for moving to GCP? Is this savings passed to the customer? Let's say that GCP gets even cheaper will my bill go down? Performance With CodingCatDev we have LearnDash LMS as well as Buddy Boss, both of these use heavy transactional data, would it be possible to use something faster for the database? What is MariaDB https://mariadb.org/? Why Kinsta? What is the real difference between Kinsta and someone else? Purrfect Picks Brian https://workers.cloudflare.com/sites Alex Kinsta’s Blog is a wealth of information! https://www.apple.com/mac-pro/
46:55
December 09, 2020
1.1 - Infrastructure as Code with Pulumi
Today we are going to talk with Lee Briggs from Pulumi. Pulumi allows you to create modern Infrastructure as Code, using any cloud using familiar programming languages and tools. The BEST part is that Pulumi is 100% open source. Guest Details Lee Briggs Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/briggsl/ General Questions What is Infrastructure as Code (IaC)? Why would you want to adopt IaC? Who made changes to the code Ticket that was linked Collaboration Documentation Does IaC document your infrastructure? Does IaC allow for solid Dev Ops? Pulumi What is Pulumi? What makes Pulumi different than Serverless Framework - https://www.pulumi.com/docs/intro/vs/serverless/ Cloud Formation - https://www.pulumi.com/docs/intro/vs/cloud_templates/ Terraform - https://www.pulumi.com/docs/intro/vs/terraform/ Arm Will IaC take longer? Should it be used for an MVP? How large of a team would you have before using IaC? Is it worth the time to set up if it is just something quick. Is Pulumi good for single code shops that know only a single language? Speed to market is easier. No need to learn markup language How big is the learning curve of IaC? Serverless is YAML Pulumi support “ecosystems” NodeJS Go .Net Purrfect Picks Lee Great examples https://github.com/pulumi/examples https://www.pulumi.com/resources/introduction-to-pulumi?utm_source=codingcat Queen’s Gambit Alex FUN Stuff https://reinvent.awsevents.com/
45:40
November 11, 2020
0.10 - Amplify with Nader Dabit
AWS Amplify Guest Details Nader Dabit Senior Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services Web and mobile developer specializing in cross-platform & cloud-enabled application development. Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/naderdabit/ https://twitter.com/dabit3 https://dev.to/dabit3/ Questions What is AWS Amplify? Do you see more people using AppSync vs. API Management? We have had a hard time differentiating DynamoDB Scan/Query from what actually gets filtered through AppSync, any perspectives on how to avoid common issues with this? Is there a way to debug using `amplify mock function` in VSCode with 4.18.0?? Do you recommend using Cloudfront to serve S3 images for your Amplify hosted site? Future I know the video plugin is coming along, are there any other cool features coming out for Amplify that people should know about? Purrfect Picks Nader https://www.amazon.com/Flash-Boys-Wall-Street-Revolt/dp/0393351599 https://www.amazon.com/Autobiography-Malcolm-Told-Alex-Haley/dp/0345350685 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv75sKQFFIenWHrprnrR9aA Alex Amplify Video Tutorial for VOD https://github.com/awslabs/unicornflix
39:09
May 12, 2020
0.9 Jeff Delaney of fireship.io
Becoming a Tutorial Expert Guest Details Jeff Delaney Creator of https://fireship.io/ , https://angularfirebase.com/ , https://www.youtube.com/c/angularfirebase Jeff currently has 275k subscribers on YouTube and growing. He is also a Google Developer Expert in both Angular and Firebase. Links https://jeffdelaney.me/ https://www.kaggle.com/jeffd23 https://github.com/codediodeio https://twitter.com/Jeffdelaney23 Questions First talk to me about this Kaggle thing, what is it? Did you get started on tutorials because of https://codediode.io/ ? What made you start angular firebase, which eventually became fireship? Did you ever think you would be able to make a career out of making Tutorials? I have been a lifetime Pro Member on your channel and have never regretted it for a minute, it has helped push me as a dev expert and taught me countless things I didn’t know. What do you think it is that makes your tutorials so easy to digest? At this point what do you think you like doing more Creating code Creating vids I am trying to find out how to become a GDE in 2020, I know you have a whole video on what it took to find that path. https://youtu.be/IDZyZMYn3H0 What do you think is the biggest part of becoming a GDE: Tutorials Public Speaking Meetups Future Do you think Flutter will continue to grow as fast as it has? Do you think Angular 9 (Ivy) is a game changer? Random Thoughts I noticed that we are both PADI certified, we need to plan a trip! Purrfect Picks Alex Jeff’s 100 seconds of Code https://youtu.be/DC471a9qrU4 Jeff ML powered background removal app https://remove.bg
25:25
April 25, 2020
0.8 - Cloudinary with Tessa Mero
Cloudinary Guest Details Tessa Mero Developer Advocate at Cloudinary Get to know Tessa So you went to school in Washington correct? It seems like you have always been involved with helping people around technology whether teaching or evangelizing for an organization, what started that for you? You travel a lot, is it mostly for fun or the job? Cloudinary Questions How did you get started at Cloudinary? What is it like being a developer advocate for Cloudinary? How big is the staff that keeps the SDKs up to date? You recently took over the MDE (Media Developer Experts) program, was this a big shift for you? I feel like Cloudinary is very unique in the industry, do you know of any direct competitors? ImageKit... Random We met at Refactor.Tech and you took me to my first Korean BBQ, it seems like you have been ordering that stuff your whole life. So what is your favorite Korean BBQ dish? Purrfect Picks Tessa https://www.stackbit.com/ Alex https://www.sanity.io/plugins/sanity-plugin-asset-source-cloudinary`
30:57
February 10, 2020
0.7 - Scully with Aaron Frost
Scully.io Guest Details Aaron Frost - Web Architect, ng-conf Oganizer, Google Dev Expert, Podcaster, and Ice-fisherman-extraordinaire. https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaronfrost/ Who is Aaron Frost? Tell us a little bit about yourself? Do you really like Tacos as much as I have heard? I have to know what led you to start one of the largest Angular conferences ever? Scully.io https://github.com/scullyio/scully/blob/master/README.md https://github.com/scullyio/scully/blob/master/docs/getting-started.md So did Mulder come up with this name? Where you watching XFiles when trying to come up with a name? Will Angular 9 / Ivy be supported? Will it work with Angular Elements? Can I still have lazy Loaded Routes / Auth Guards? Will I run into weird “window” items like I have in Gatsby? Static Site Generator What is a SSG? How does it differ from a SSR? Why has it taken the Angular community so long to have a SSG? Will Scully.io be able to compete with Gatsby and Vuepress? Random Question Do Aliens Exist? Purrfect Picks Aaron https://www.lastpodcastontheleft.com/ Alex P. https://www.ng-conf.org/ https://www.stackbit.com/
41:46
February 09, 2020
0.6 - NextJS with Guillermo Rauch
NextJS Guest Details Guillermo Rauch - CEO ZEIT https://www.linkedin.com/in/guillermo-rauch-b834b917b/ Who is Guillermo Rauch? Tell us a little bit about yourself? What pushed you to leave your prior companies as CTO and take on the new role of CEO at Zeit? https://zeit.co/about/rauchg Do you still have time to code like you did back in the https://socket.io/, https://mongoosejs.com/ … days. Or has your daily switched over to more business focus and making great products? Zeit What is Zeit in a nutshell? How do you compare Zeit to something like Netlify or Firebase? Does Zeit run in the big three (AWS, Azure, GCloud)? NextJS Why did you start NextJS? What does NextJS allow you to do vs. create-react-app? You can create static pages on NextJS, so why would you use Gatsby instead? I have forced some of the static built lambdas to work on Google’s cloud functions, but why does it work so easily on Zeit? Rando Question NextJS has its own page outside of Zeit, why Doesn’t NextJS have a twitter handle?? What is one of the most creative ways you have seen NextJS be implemented? Purrfect Picks Guillermo https://rauchg.com/2020/2019-in-review “Impossible just takes longer” Discord - React Native App https://blog.discordapp.com/why-discord-is-sticking-with-react-native-ccc34be0d427 Alex P. https://zeit.co/blog/our-first-online-conference - amazing topics https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBnKlKpPeaglHkjwrD8wDtUDHUMPIYeim https://www.ng-conf.org/ we will have a podcast booth setup so come on by and talk with us!
50:45
February 09, 2020
0.5 - Agile Methodology
Agile 101 Guest Details Alex Feldman - Agile Evangelist, Agile Coach https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexanderfeldman/ Agile Related Questions Tell us a little bit about yourself? Why Agile? What are the biggest hurdles you see in organizations implementing an agile methodology? What is the most effective way for an organization to start working in Agile What are some resources you can give to developers and program managers to further their support in Project Management? Greg Larman Rando Question You have a lot of letters on the end of your LinkedIn Profile, what in your mind is most beneficial to your success and future career path. Purrfect Picks Alex Feldman Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell https://youtu.be/502ILHjX9EE Nick R. Ray Dalio - Principles for Success - Mini Series. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9XGUpQZY38 https://images.app.goo.gl/n1t7RtvK3zAz2ujY6 Useful resources Agile Product Ownership in a Nutshell https://youtu.be/502ILHjX9EE
41:34
February 08, 2020
0.4 - Sanity.io
Sanity.io Guest Details Knut Melvaer Head of Developer Relations Sanity.io https://www.linkedin.com/in/knutmelvaer/detail/contact-info/ https://twitter.com/kmelve https://www.knutmelvaer.no/ Sanity Questions What is a Headless CMS? What is Sanity.io? How does Sanity fit into JAMStack? What is the idea behind Portable Text? What is GROQ all about? GROQ is a query language that lets you query, join, and transform JSON documents without having to create schemas, or resolvers How is it different than say Contentful? I know that Sanity is focused on content, but could you replace something like Firebase or DynamoDB with Sanity.io? Random How did you transition from studying religion to development advocate? Purrfect Picks Alex’s: https://www.sanity.io/blog/introducing-squizzy-our-totally-serverless-kahoot-clone-powered-by-sanity-io Knut’s http://sanity.io/create Take a vacation…it’s good to take a break and shut the laptop down. Nick’s
37:07
February 08, 2020
0.3 - Cloudinary Community
Guest Details Maya Shavin Senior Frontend Developer @cloudinary and core maintainer of @StorefrontUI. Founder & Organizer of @VueJSIsrael Meetups. Vietnamese but live in Israel. Speaker. Blogger. Bookworm and hardcore Sailormoon fan. https://www.github.com/mayashavin https://www.twitter.com/MayaShavin https://www.linkedin.com/in/mayashavin/ https://www.mayashavin.com/ https://medium.com/@mayashavin Tim Benniks Director of web development at Valtech Paris. Born in Amsterdam. Speaker. Writer. Organizing front-end meetups in paris. https://www.linkedin.com/in/timbenniks/ https://timbenniks.nl/ https://github.com/timbenniks https://twitter.com/timbenniks https://valtech.com/ Shodipo Ayomide Senior Developer Advocate 🥑 & Software Engineer • Media Developer Expert @cloudinary • Lead: @unstack_, @react_summit, @oscafrica, @naijahacks. https://linkedin.com/in/shodipo-ayomide https://twitter.com/developerayo https://github.com/developerayo https://shodipoayomide.com MDE Questions What is a Media Developer Expert (MDE)? https://cloudinary.com/blog/announcing_cloudinary_s_media_developer_experts_program How did you get started as an MDE (or select potential MDE - mainly for Maya :))? Producing content and tutorials take a long time, why are you passionate about it? What areas do you focus on the most concerning Cloudinary? Client-Side Server Side Mobile What are the inspiration and motivation for you to start contributing to the community despite your busy schedule? (like organizing a meetup, contributing to open source, etc) How do you get local community involvement? Random Can we put an overlay using Cloudinary to swap StreamYard for AJ?
35:47
February 08, 2020
0.2 - Purrfect Program Management
Guest Details Nicholas Rouech Infotainment Software Program Manager at General Motors Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickrouech/ https://miblendcoffee.com/ PM Questions So you are a Project mana What is the difference between a Project  Manager and Program Manager? I noticed you have your PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification. https://www.pmi.org/certifications/types/project-management-pmp What made you decide to commit the time to get the certification? Can you tell me how hard that was to get? Where do you see Program Management in the next 3-5 years. Random Questions So you have a side hustle that I help you out on from time to time called mi (my) blend coffee. Can you tell me what got you into the coffee business?
22:21
February 08, 2020
0.1 - Purrfect Origin Story
This is the Origin story for purrfect.dev and its creators. We are still figuring out what we want purrfect.dev to become, but having fun learning about everyone in the web development community. You can also find the video version at https://link.ajonp.com/youtube
12:58
January 16, 2020
0.0 - The Purrfect Beginning
We are on a mission to provide you with the latest tools and trends, that take you from a house cat to a fierce LION. Even when your code isn’t feline that good,  we ensure you’ll get there with the right cat-i-tude. Alright.. Let’s get up and GIT moving.. Right Meow!!! Learning how to be a developer is hard, Purrfect.dev will show you how to grow as a developer bit by bit. What We Cover JAMStack (Javascript, API, MarkUp) HTML CSS Gaming (Unity) Mobile AWS, GCP, Azure Serverless Agile Scrum Project and Program Management Showing developers the successful path Quickest way to get PAID Links 🎥 YouTube: https://link.ajonp.com/youtube 🌎 Site: https://link.ajonp.com/😺 📦 GitHub: https://link.ajonp.com/github 🎓Lessons: https://link.ajonp.com/lessons 🗞AJ’s Week in Web: https://link.ajonp.com/week-in-web 💬 Slack: https://link.ajonp.com/slack 🐦 Twitter: https://link.ajonp.com/twitter 🔗 LinkedIn: http://link.ajonp.com/linkedin
00:42
December 15, 2019