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We sit down with egghead.io instructors to talk about the latest and greatest in web development. These conversations will take you deeper into the human side of coding web applications and deliver insight that you might not expect.

We sit down with egghead.io instructors to talk about the latest and greatest in web development. These conversations will take you deeper into the human side of coding web applications and deliver insight that you might not expect.
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We sit down with egghead.io instructors to talk about the latest and greatest in web development. These conversations will take you deeper into the human side of coding web applications and deliver insight that you might not expect.

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English


Episodes

Organizing a Conference to Combat Brain Drain in His Hometown - with J.C. Hiatt

7/8/2019
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J.C Hiatt talks about what he did to organize the conference MagnoliaJS and why he did it to help his community.

Duration:00:18:20

Get out of Your Head and Start with Your Users - with Janelle Allen

5/17/2019
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Today we are joined by Janelle Allen, a learning designer, who talks to us about backward design, how she grew into her role, the increase in quality of online courses, the importance of contact with users, and how to grow your audience.

Duration:00:30:17

Building Vue Vixens With Education and Inclusiveness – With Jen Looper

5/13/2019
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Jen Looper, the founder of Vue Vixens, joins us today to talk about the Vue Vixens community, what makes a great workshop, how she chooses what tools to invest into for her career, and how her Ph.D. in French Literature has empowered her career in software development.

Duration:00:32:02

Turning Technical Concepts into Approachable Illustrated Metaphors - with Maggie Appleton

5/3/2019
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Today Maggie Appleton, the course illustrator at egghead.io, discusses how she became an illustrator, researching a technical topic she plans to illustrate, accidentally becoming a web developer, and how she turns technical concepts into digestible illustrations.

Duration:00:30:40

Being Curious and Facilitating the Success of Others - with Stacey Mulcahy

4/29/2019
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Stacey Mulcahy joins us today to discuss Arduinos, cute dogs, growing your creativity, organizing a community, and facilitating the success of others.

Duration:00:33:23

Creating Authentic Content and Developing Yourself - with Emma Wedekind

3/28/2019
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Today we are joined by Emma Wedekind who will speak about self-teaching, creating authentic content, what being a T-shaped developer means, how to ask good questions, and how she manages her work-life balance.

Duration:00:33:13

Heading Gatsby's Learning Experience and Bridging Gaps - with Marcy Sutton

3/15/2019
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Marcy Sutton is the Head of Learning at GatsbyJS. She discusses the van life, migrating her blog from Wordpress to Gatsby, what she does as the Head of Learning, the potential that Gatsby has as a platform, championing accessibility, static CSS versus inline CSS, how JavaScript is impacting roles and careers, and creating inclusive communities.

Duration:00:39:05

Making Dumb Stuff That Makes Strangers on the Internet Smile - with Sara Vieira

3/12/2019
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Today we are joined by Sara Vieira, a developer advocate and maker of wacky stuff on the internet. She joins us today to talk about why she makes all of her weird experiments, how being a lazy developer doesn't mean she isn't doing work, the Redux cargo cult, why you shouldn't always use GraphQL, her meetups and upcoming conference for woman speakers, and of course making people smile.

Duration:00:43:03

Developing Yourself While Teaching Others - with Ali Spittel

2/22/2019
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Joel and Ali Spittel discuss her time in a teaching position, code challenges, blogging platforms, teaching beginners, and getting involved in local dev communities.

Duration:00:28:08

The Changes Gatsby and Mdx Are Making to the Internet - with Chris Biscardi

2/15/2019
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Joel and Chris Biscardi discuss, live-streaming, Gatsby becoming a dominant force, MDX replacing markdown, and building resources for maintainers.

Duration:00:23:59

Championing a11y and Being Authentic - with Lindsey Kopacz

2/5/2019
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In today's episode, Lindsey Kopacz discusses being authentic about your emotional state, blogging and the dev.to community, and the value of accessibility.

Duration:00:31:11

Learning to Code from Scratch on the Modern Web with Tae'lur Alexis

1/25/2019
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Tae'lur Alexis joins us today to talk about her experience with learning to code from scratch and becoming a professional software developer in 2018.

Duration:00:38:55

Negotiating Your Salary and Advancing Your Career with Josh Doody

1/7/2019
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Josh Doody, the author of Fearless Salary Negotiation, offers us advice on how to get promoted, fight information asymmetry, not lose out on job and salary opportunities, and how to stay ahead in the industry.

Duration:00:59:56

Switching Careers and Learning in Public with Tania Rascia

12/12/2018
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Tania Rascia joins us today to talk about her experiences in transitioning from a professional chef to a web developer and the tools she used to get there.

Duration:00:28:43

Incorporating Testers with Every Development Phase with Angie Jones

12/7/2018
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Angie Jones, master inventor and automated testing engineer, joins us to talk about bridging the gap between the testing team and the rest of the development process, the challenges and limitations of automated testing, and some of the new and state of the art technologies in testing.

Duration:00:34:51

Opening Programming's Gates to Women's Communities with Diana Rodriguez

11/30/2018
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Today Diana Rodriguez talks to us about her experiences with fostering women's programming communities all over the world, as well as her own experiences with growing as a developer.

Duration:00:22:40

Exploring Concepts and Teaching Using Focused Zines with Julia Evans

11/19/2018
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Today Julia Evans talks to us about her zine empire, the advantages of monetizing over staying free, how keeping the topic focused can be a better entry-level lesson than a high-level overview, and how she decides a zine's subject.

Duration:00:26:34

Math and Functional Programming Aren't Exclusive to Wizards with Brian Lonsdorf

11/2/2018
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Join Brian Lonsdorf in a discussion on the purity of math and how it could be used to advance the greater software community, dispelling the myth that you need to be a wizard to use math and functional programming to do anything, how we can make dry topics more approachable and fun, the daunting wall of jargon, and finally some practical advice on including functional paradigms in your day to day work.

Duration:00:30:51

Being a Passionate and Deliberate Engineer with Jem Young

10/19/2018
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Jem Young talks to us today about being a passionate developer, how the software you write is an extension of you, being deliberate in the libraries you include in your codebase, and trusting engineers to know what they are doing.

Duration:00:26:40