from The Laravel Podcast
by Matt Stauffer
An interview with Adam Wathan, co-creator of the Tailwind CSS library and author and video producer.
from The Laravel Podcast
by Matt Stauffer
Interview with Samantha Geitz, Senior Developer at Tighten
from The Freelancers' Show
Panel: Reuven Jonathan Stark Jeremy Green In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show, Reuven and Jonathan discuss “Keeping Your Skill Shape,” with Jeremey Green. The panelist discuss ways to improve their game to keep ahead of the curb in freelancing. This is a great episode t...
from The Laptop Lifestyle with Alexis Teichmiller
by Alexis Teichmiller
Gary Arndt is an awarding winning blogger and travel photographer who has been traveling around the world since 2007. His travels have taken him to 190 countries and territories in the Traveler’s Century Club and 120 United Nations countries. He has also visited over 335 UNESCO World Heritage site...
from The Boost VC Podcast
by Adam Draper
Tony joins us to discuss Unity’s storied background in extended reality and how the company is expanding beyond gaming to support product design, medical and data visualization and non-gaming entertainment applications. He shares his interest in AR and VR that touches the consumer, the factors that...
from She Did It Her Way Podcast | Female Entrepreneurs | Business Women | Online Creatives
by Amanda Boleyn: Business Consultant, Sales Trainer, and Leadership Development Speaker
In this episode, I am sharing the 6 Ways to Enhance Your Morning Routine.
from Software Engineering Daily
by Software Engineering Daily
Most new frontend webapps today use ReactJS. An increasing number of mobile apps are created using the cross-platform components of React Native. GraphQL, Facebook’s open source data-fetching middleware tool is being used by more and more companies, who are finding that it simplifies their developme...
from AppMasters.co - App Marketing, Business & Promotion with Steve P. Young
by AppMasters.co - App Marketing, Business & Promotion with Steve P. Young
Coming up is a coaching call with a listener who has 1.7 million downloads for his period tracker app. You will discover how he can rank higher for his most desired keywords, my suggestions on his app icon and screen shots and how to optimize your app name and subtitle for optimal growth.
from The Cloudcast (.net) - Weekly Cloud Computing Podcast
by Aaron Delp & Brian Gracely
Aaron and Tyler Britten talk with Liz Rice (@lizrice, Technology Evangelist @AquaSecTeam) about what's easy—and what's not—about finding and patching security vulnerabilities in containers. This is a cross-over show with @PodCTL podcast.
from Complete Developer Podcast
by BJ Burns and Will Gant
Unit testing is a valuable skill to have, no matter where your code runs or what it does. It reduces the error rate of your software and can often help force a better structure into your code. In addition, this practice can make it easier to make large changes to your software with less risk, as wel...
from .NET Rocks!
by Carl Franklin
What does it mean to have clean architecture? Carl and Richard talk to Steve Smith about his work on an e-book and template for clean architecture using ASP.NET Core. Steve describes the new tools that make life easier for following clean architectural principals as well as the separation of concern...
from Developer On Fire
by Dave Rael
Guest: @ Clayton Hunt and John Callaway talk with Dave Rael about testing, Test-Driven Development, influences, influencers, teaching, writing, and soft skills Clayton has been programming professionally since 2005 doing...
from WeAreLATech LA Startups Podcast
by Espree Devora, spotlighting Silicon Beach tech companies
Today we are spotlighting Matthew Williams of ChowNow. At ChowNow we are driven by one purpose: to provide restaurants with the tools needed to compete in an increasingly technical world. Get your very own WeAreLATech tee at http://wearelatech.com/shop - Connect with us at wearelatech.com/podcast a...
from Women in Tech Podcast, hosted by Espree Devora
by Espree Devora
Today we get to know Sarah Kelleher of White Elephant Trust. White Elephant Trust creates opportunities for the rangatahi of Ōtautahi to do cool stuff and express their unique wairua. We do this by facilitating exciting, fun programmes and events in our space on Tuam Street. This episode is powered...
Many of the healthcare headlines lately have been about consolidation in the industry: Walmart and Humana; Aetna and CVS; Amazon, JP Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway. But what does it all mean for patients, and startups -- Will it decrease costs? What opportunities may arise as a result? In this quic...
from FLOSS Weekly (MP3)
Univention is a leading supplier of Open Source products for the operation and management of IT infrastructures. Peter Ganten founded Univention in 2002. Today, he is leading the Univention management team and is responsible for the strategic direction of Univention. Kevin Dominik Korte, after his...
from Core Intuition
by Daniel Jalkut and Manton Reece
Manton and Daniel talk about the public reaction to the Wavelength launch, and about Micro.blog's new user onboarding experience, and the challenge in general of making product pages more inviting. They react to reports that HomePod sales have been disappointing, and about the ways in which it fails...
from Creative South Podcast
by Jason Frostholm
Today on the Creative South Podcast, I’m chatting with Alex Wier, Creative Director at Wier/Stewart. We talk about keeping ahead of design trends without being trendy, adding objectivity into a subjective field so you don’t fall back on your personal preferences, how Wier/Stewart determines the type...
from Design Details
Today we caught up with Claudio Vallejo, a product designer currently working at Managed by Q in New York. In this episode we dig into Claudio's current work as a designer solving meat-space problems, his journey from Mexico to the United States, self discipline and burnout, and so much more.