Make your shell customizations both seamless and permanent.
You know why 'master' is a bad name, besides people finding it offensive? It doesn't mean anything.
In this talk, we start exploring basics of FP and end on a wild-speed tour of some power in libraries like ramda.js
Slides and code from my workshop React Everywhere at CodeMash 2017 where I had attendees build a conference schedule using both React and React Native, while sharing the redux store from both.
Slides and notes from my talk at MidwestJS 2016, Bootstrapping React Applications - where I discuss how to start a new project without getting bogged down in analysis paralysis
The entire crew behind Turing-Incomplete podcast joined the show to talk about the history and focus of their show, the ins and outs of technical podcasting, software industry trends, and more.
The problem I find with ticketing code quality tickets is three fold. 1) Not all code messes are equal. Technical debt in an area of code with high churn is expensive. Technical debt in code that works and doesn’t need to be touched again is zero interest and zero payments, and refactoring it actually just introduces risk for potentially zero again. If you make a ticket to clean up a messy module, you add the waste to talk about it in pointing, planning, etc.
Rails has solved so many problems, that often most developer's day-to-day isn't really 'programming' but gem configuration and debugging.
Me, Pam Selle, Jearvon Dharrie and Justin Campbell talk every week about programming, technology and food. Sometimes more food than software, but feel free to listen in.