Kenny Wilson, Cassidy Williams, Mike Seiler, and Mike M. join together in an interactive discussion about finding jobs in tech - what to look for, what to look out for, and other questions from the audience!
Read or listen along to the transcript here: https://share.descript.com/view/Mhawkqk1Mdp
This was recorded live! in the /r/webdev+web_design Discord server: https://discord.gg/web
Jagz creates a youtube video tutorial series focused on webdevelopment and has several great tutorials focused specifically on the VUE.js framework Quasar
Julian from pagecheck.app talks with Mike about distributed systems, postqueue and phore.
He has been working on pagecheck.app for the past three months and is looking for feedback and free beta users using the code webdevtrial!
We talk about the distributed architecture that underlies his new app. His postgres server that uses a new framework he built because bull jobs was too slow, and timescaledb - a column oriented automatically partitioned extension to Postgres, and next.js the "next" react framework!
https://github.com/meyer9/postqueue - postqueue was written by Julian and is open source.
Julian is the lead developer of the Phore cryptocurrency: http://phore.io/
All this while still being a Sophomore at University of California, Santa Cruz!
Blake Watson is a web designer and developer living outside Jackson, MS. He is a member of the web team at Mad Genius. You can see some of his work over on the Mad Genius portfolio.
When not pushing pixels or creating bugs, Blake is probably listening to music, writing a novel, gaming, or enjoying a movie or TV show.
Blake has a disability called spinal muscular atrophy, and he is a monthly supporter of NMD United, a non-profit run by adults with nueromuscular conditions for adults with neuromuscular conditions.
Justin interviews Gabriel "gmem" Simmer, one of the /r/webdev Discord admins and subreddit moderator, about how he got this way, opinions on CMS platforms, and the future of the web.
gmem's GitHub: https://github.com/gmemstr?tab=repositories&type=source
gmem on Drupal.org: https://www.drupal.org/u/gmem
Show notes for our new episode:
Wildbuddha / Justin joined us for the first time
No Endgame spoilers but we talk about it a little along with other comic book movies
All about how to use checklists professionally to make sure you do all your easy things and give you the freedom to think creatively - book review of https://www.amazon.com/Checklist-Manifesto-How-Things-Right/dp/0312430000
We almost talked about user onboarding
How package.json works, what is it, what's wrong with it and Mike is going to do some reading about NPM's documentation
deno.land - the new node from ryan dahl creator of node.js
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This week we are joined by bencomicgraphics, gmem, mossbyte, techsquidtv and shadowpath, and covered security on the web, continuous integration and travisci's recent purchase, and explore the life of Dan the developer.