Developer Tea is a podcast for web and software developers hosted by a developer that you can listen to in less than 10 minutes. The show will cover a wide variety of topics related to the career of being a developer. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. The show is hosted by Jonathan Cutrell, Director of Technology at Whiteboard and the author of Hacking the Impossible, a developer's guide to working with visionaries. :: Twitter: @developertea @jcutrell :: Email: email@example.com
The Web Platform Podcast is a developer discussion that dives deep into ‘all things’ web. We discuss everything from developing for mobile to building HDTV software. From wearables & robotics to user experience & mentoring, we bring to our listeners everything related to building products & services for The Web Platform of today, tomorrow, and beyond.
Join us each week as we discuss all things web development. Frequently joined by a far more intelligent guest on the show's topic, we by no means know everything, but love what we do. Topics range from daily developer life, PHP, frameworks, testing, good software design and our experiences using many other programming languages.
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Revision Path is an award-winning weekly interview podcast that focuses on showcasing some of the best Black graphic designers, web designers, and web developers from all over the world. On each episode, host Maurice Cherry explores the stories, processes, experiences, insights, and creative inspirations of these awesome creators.
The award winning Big Web Show features special guests and topics like web publishing, art direction, content strategy, typography, web technology, and more. It's everything web that matters. Hosted by Jeffrey Zeldman.
Web design professionals, learn how to make more money from your business, work less hours and have a little bit of fun while doing so. If you're a graphic designer or work in graphic design, you'll also find this very interesting. If you're in SEO, Adwords or any other digital consultancy you'll also love this show. Join Mat & Ben on their journeys to grow their own web design agencies and take over the internet. We discuss: how to build an effective business, how to construct a website that gets you more web design clients, how to effectively solve your web design clients' problems, getting more graphic design clients, how to increase your earnings through additional revenue streams, how to use virtual staff effectively, and more.
Famed web cartoonist Kyle Weems and far less famed web geek Dylan Wilbanks ramble their way through the world of web design, web development, user experience, the Internet, and whatever else they end up tripping over along the way.
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Writing proposals are a necessary evil of selling digital services. But even when we win projects, our proposals often fail us. Fortunately there is a better way. Don't check your feeds as much as you should? Signup to my bi-weekly newsletter instead. This post is sponsored by Qwilr. I spend a lot of time thinking about proposals. Not just because I have to write them myself. But because I work with clients to create them. There are the agencies I mentor and the internal teams who have to put together business cases for management. Proposal writing doesn’t need to be as onerous as we make it. Tweet this I am always on the look out for tools and techniques to make the process of proposal writing quicker and easier. Whether it be proposal writing apps like Qwilr or advice from people like Blair Enns. After years of tweaking and refining. I finally feel confident that proposal writing doesn’t need to be as onerous as we make it. Why proposal writing feels so onerous Let’s be honest. W ...
This week we’re talking with Ivar Vong, Gabriel Dance, and Andy Rossback from The Marshall Project about how they’re doing things differently in telling stories about criminal justice. We talk about the technical details of their custom CMS that enables The Marshall Project to have beautiful designs for each story they’re reporting on. Links Ivar Vong on Twitter Gabriel Dance on Twitter Andy Rossback on Twitter The Marshall Project ProPublica The Unbelievable Story of Rape The Record Delicious Suing from Prison: It’s not just about bad hair and peanut butter Sponsors WP Migrate DB Pro 24:00 The easiest way to sync WordPress databases between local and live sites. Copy your database from one WordPress install to another with one click in your dashboard. Stop wasting time on migrations Eliminate the pain that is migrating a WordPress *database Work less, bill the same, increasing your effective hourly rate No more fiddling with SQL files Migrate WordPress the Easy Way CodePen 52:14 J ...
Rich Hollant's body of work is just...amazing. As the principal, strategist, and design director at CO:LAB (a firm he started in 1988), he has done work with everyone from Fortune 500 corporations to cities and municipalities with enriching social value projects. He's won awards from AIGA, CADC, Print, HOW, and many other organizations. Rich is also a new national board member for AIGA and is the current chair for Design for Democracy. And there's even more! While we did spend a good bit of time on the work that Rich and his firm does, our conversation touched on a lot of other points. Listen as Rich shares the secret to his business' success and longevity, his philosophy on work and life, and learn how he says designers can get involved in social value projects. You'll definitely want to take notes for this interview! Enjoy! Rich Hollant on Facebook CO:LAB CO:LAB on Facebook CO:LAB on Twitter
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In today's episode I talk to Tony Hillerson, author of "Seven Mobile Apps in Seven Days." This a longer interview, split into two separate parts - be certain to subscribe so you don't miss out on part two! Seven Mobile Apps in Seven Weeks Seven Languages in Seven Weeks MVC Pattern (Model-view-controller) Sinatra (Ruby) Stackoverflow Driven Development Yahoo Weather API Bruce Tate (@redrapids) iOS Swift Generics in Swift ShiftJS - Swift to JS compiler Android Universal Windows Platform Rubymotion Xamarin React Native Today's episode is sponsored by Rollbar. With Rollbar, you get the context, insights and control you need to find and fix bugs faster. Rollbar is offering Developer Tea listeners the Bootstrap Plan, free for 90 days (300,000 errors tracked for free)! And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.
In this episode, Jess, Todd, and Chris debate the merits and the suitability of using the browser as an application development platform. From memory management, to the DOM, to deployment, to Todd wishing that Silverlight never died, we touch on a variety of aspects involved in working in the browser.
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This week on The Web Platform Podcast, Erik Isaksen, Danny Blue, and Leon Revill talk with Mano Marks (@ManoMarks) all about Docker and how containerized deployments can help you from the time you start your web project all the way to the time you need it to scale up. Is Docker good for small applications, large applications, or both? Is it all just and adorable excuse to put a whale mascot on merchandise? Likely not. Mano Marks informs three primarily front end developers on the exciting ways your can use Docker, from simple push button server solutions to creating Quake...yes, Quake. Resources Docker on Github - https://github.com/docker/docker Docker main site - http://www.docker.com/ Docker Hub - https://hub.docker.com/ CodeShip Docs - http://pages.codeship.com/docker Digital Ocean docs - https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-the-digitalocean-docker-application
02:05 - Jeff Whelpley Introduction and Angular Universal Patterns Twitter Blog Jeffrey Whelpey & Patrick Stapleton: Angular 2 Universal Patterns @ ng-conf angular/universal 03:26 - Backend Implementations 05:07 - Drawbacks zone.js 12:46 - Contribution Patrick Stapleton Tobias Bosch Jeff Cross 16:42 - Caching 19:04 - Other Gotchas Session State App Container 25:40 - The User Experience Hydration 31:29 - Installation and Running Angular Universal 33:24 - The Release Schedule Picks BB-8 Sphero (Joe) Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine by Damon Tweedy (Joe) iPhreaks Show Episode 153: Using Mobile Devices to Manage Diabetes with Scott Hanselman (Chuck) The Freelancers' Show Episode 202: Live from MicroConf: Managing a Team with Anders Thue Pedersen (Chuck) DevChat.tv Survey (Chuck) GetHuman (Jeff)
On this weeks episode Edd and Mick start off discussion around productivity, quick feedback cycles with clients and building pizza ovens. We then move on to chat about how Edd ‘maybe’ accident prone, how MVCC works at a high-level and why you need to vacuum your tables in Postgres. Finally, we bring up Uncle Bob’s recent ‘Type Wars’ article and highlight the different variants of typing (static, dynamic, weak and strong). Show Links Clojure Applied Alex Miller and Ben Vandgrift - Cognicast Episode 86 Why is it a vacuum not needed with MySQL compared to the PostgreSQL? Multiversion concurrency control PostgreSQL Interval Type Interval Datatype in MySQL Screenhero Clean Coder Blog - Type Wars TDD vs Static Typing - Type Inference What To Know Before Debating Type Systems TDD Addict: Code coverage - meaningless number or the Holy Grail?
In today's episode, we talk about the "shutdown", yes-ifs, and flexible decision terms. Relevant to today's episode 3 Tips for Practicing Focus Developer Tea: Focus Today's episode is sponsored by FreshBooks! Get paid faster, and get control of your business cash flow. Head over to FreshBooks.com/DeveloperTea today to get started with a free month. Don't forget to enter “Developer Tea” in the “how Did you Hear About Us?” Section when you sign up. Thanks again to FreshBooks for sponsoring the show!
Open Mic is back by popular demand, this time in San Francisco. We hear from developers in thoughtbot's San Francisco office about their recent investment time projects. Croniker Monica Dinculescu on emoji Gabe learns about emoji on Twitter thoughtbot blog Fear of missing out on Wikipedia FOMObot Design Sprint Tropos Gabe Berke-Williams on Twitter Tony DiPasquale on Twitter Amanda Hill on Twitter
For this episode we’re talking web animations with two people who’ve been in the animation trenches for a while — Sarah Drasner and Val Head. Dave’s got some animation specific challenge questions and we talk about ways to present your cool animation idea to clients or a boss for approval. Jump to a Discussion On… 8:00 Adding animation decisions to your style guide. 10:15 Using variables for easing. 15:00 Tip on Ease In / Ease Out 18:00 How serious or fun should your easing be? 22:02 Has animation arrived now? 27:00 Dave’s challenge question: Where do older browsers and crappy GPUs fit in with regards to animation? 30:29 How do you do elegant, grown-up subdued without doing stuffy? 32:00 How to demo animation without having to rebuild the entire app. 33:40 How much animation is too much animation? 39:50 Rules of animation vs branding animation styles. 43:10 What if I’m a horrible person and I animate every paragraph flying onto the page, what should I use there? 43:55 Using a voice ...
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Our mission as user experience champions is to save people from death by a thousand cuts. Small, but significant irritants that add up to be something more serious. Don't check your feeds as much as you should? Signup to my bi-weekly newsletter instead. This post is sponsored by FullStory. Have you ever had one of those days when nothing went right? Maybe your alarm didn’t go off and so you were late to work. Then on the way to work your windscreen got cracked by a stone kicked up from the lorry you got stuck behind. Then somebody ate your lunch that you left in the company kitchen. Finally the suppliers website you were using crashed and took all your data with it. By the time you were sitting on hold waiting to speak to them you were ready to scream! Days like that suck. They are often trivialised as first world problems. But these little issues add up to the biggest epidemic of western society – stress. Are you adding to your users stress? It is a stress that each and everyone o ...
By John D. Jameson and Drew Barontini
"Regardless of your dreams, don't let anyone stop you." When Harrison Wheeler, told me this before our interview, I knew that we were going to have a good conversation on our hands. Harrison is the design manager at Base, a customer relationship management tool used by entrepreneurs to help track clients and set up a sales process so your business runs more efficiently. We started off by going through a typical day for Harrison, and he shared what he thinks makes someone a good design manager. From there, he talked about how he first got involved in design, his entrepreneurial days at the University of Iowa, and we talked a bit about diversity in design as it relates to hiring. (And he is hiring!) Harrison really had a lot of great information to share, and I think anyone interested in more about product design or design management should definitely give this episode a listen. Thanks to Ron Bronson for the introduction! Harrison Wheeler's Website Harrison Wheeler on Twitter Harriso ...
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In today's episode, I talk with Ismael Burciaga, creator of Squares, about conferences and taking a first step into unfamiliar territory. Mentioned or relevant to today's episode: @burciaga Squares Conference Lines Conference Circles Conference Today's episode is sponsored by Rollbar. With Rollbar, you get the context, insights and control you need to find and fix bugs faster. Rollbar is offering Developer Tea listeners the Bootstrap Plan, free for 90 days (300,000 errors tracked for free)! And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.
Summary Cypress.io is geared toward making testing easy and painless. Gleb Bahmutov (@bahmutov) and Brian Mann (@be_mann) chat with us on this upcoming project. Cypress eliminate the need for PhantomJS and Selenium. It aims to provide developers with instant feedback, reliable automation, and painless debugging, It is an interesting and different way of approaching how we think about testing code. Show Links Cypress.io - https://www.cypress.io/ Gitter - https://gitter.im/cypress-io/cypress Docs - https://docs.cypress.io Gleb’s blog post: https://glebbahmutov.com/blog/web-testing-nirvana-with-cypress/
In today's episode, I interview Andi Graham, CMO and managing partner at Big Sea Design. Mentioned or relevant to today's episode: Big Sea Design Andi's role at Big Sea Design Andi on Twitter: @andigrahambsd Homestead Builder Salesforce Josh Sortino (@sortino) Here Is The Income Level At Which Money Won’t Make You Any Happier In Each State Today's episode is sponsored by Rollbar. With Rollbar, you get the context, insights and control you need to find and fix bugs faster. Rollbar is offering Developer Tea listeners the Bootstrap Plan, free for 90 days (300,000 errors tracked for free)!
In this episode we are joined by Joe Watkins to discuss the many RFC’s that are in contention to be approved for PHP 7.1. We start off with a congratulations to Joe for his first PHP Release Manager position, highlighting what the role entails and how it is going. We then discuss the RFC process and how there has been a lot of activity over the past couple of weeks within this space. The concept of ‘Null’ is the first group of RFC’s we discuss, followed by union/intersection types and the pipe operator. We then move on to chat about short closure syntax, functional interfaces and lexical scope within anonymous classes. Finally, we bring up the comparable RFC which has been around for many years and the benefits of having attributes within the language. Show Links PHP: rfc:void_return_type PHP: rfc:typed-properties PHP: rfc:nullable_types PHP: rfc:nullable_returns PHP: rfc:nullsafe_calls PHP: rfc:union_types PHP: rfc:intersection_types PHP: rfc:pipe-operator Tacit programming Clojur ...
Chris, Todd, and Jess welcome their guest Matt Hornsby to discuss a concept he calls “Code Sprawl” to describe the evolution and decay of software systems over time. Relating the growth and aging of a software project to the growth and decay of urban areas, he draws parallels to identify what goes wrong. He also presents hope that we can learn from urban renewal as well. About our guest Matt Hornsby is an experienced principal software engineer who has led teams building Internet scale applications such as healthcare exchanges and retail websites that are among the largest in the world. This led Matt to develop a passion for guiding his teams to build maintainable systems and write quality code. Related Links Sprawl Repair Manual The Design of Everyday Things The Dunbar Number Christopher Alexander: A Timeless Way of Building A warning to last ten thousand years
In today's episode, I had a chance to speak with Kim Bost, product designer at Dropbox! Mentioned on today's show: @KimBost on Twitter Dropbox Dropbox Paper Etsy Cover (payment processing) Martin Pedrick (@nimprojects), design lead at Dropbox Disclaimer: Design Details, a show on the Spec Network, is supported by Dropbox, but Developer Tea (including this specific episode) is not. Today's episode is sponsored by FreshBooks! Get paid faster, and get control of your business cash flow. Head over to FreshBooks.com/DeveloperTea today to get started with a free month. Don't forget to enter “Developer Tea” in the “how Did you Hear About Us?” Section when you sign up. Thanks again to FreshBooks for sponsoring the show!
Derek and Sean discuss some recent issues with exciting language features like pattern matching, macros, and static types. Pattern Matching Primitive Obsession Stringly Typed Sean's open source programming streams Sean's Twitch channel
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The about us page is where irrelevant content goes to die. Often it shouldn't exist at all. But when it does, let's at least make it useful. Don't check your feeds as much as you should? Signup to my bi-weekly newsletter instead. Do you have an about us page? The chances are it is less than useless. For a start, what is it for? I mean, your entire site is ‘about you’. Why do you need a dedicated about us page? It doesn’t make sense. Most about us pages are a dumping ground for miscellaneous content. Tweet this The truth is most about us pages are a dumping ground for miscellaneous content. Content that doesn’t belong anywhere else. Content such as: Your mission statement. Your team. Your history. I could go on. It is content we ‘feel’ should be online somewhere, but we don’t value it that much. It is content that somebody might find interesting. But we are not sure why. Often it is content that somebody in senior management has decided needs to be online and you don’t know what els ...
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This week we get to chat with Khoi Vinh, Director of Product Design, Mobile at Adobe about the tools we use right now to build and design with and also what the future might look like. Q & A 16:50 How have you seen tools evolve and where could you see tools grow more? 20:30 What apps are hot in design these days? 23:59 Using Figma in the browser and Framer. 32:30 How many of you pirated Photoshop as a kid? 36:30 What are wrenches that throw off design tools? 38:30 Corporate style guides as output from a design tool. 40:30 Comparing a 2010 wishlist by Jason Santa Maria to today’s state of apps. 42:40 What tools and process does Khoi use for projects? 45:00 Designing on the device in front of you? 51:45 Future of design tools? Links Subtraction.com Khoi on Twitter Khoi on Instagram Book: Ordering Disorder: Grid Principles for Web Design Book: How They Got There Sketch Adobe XD Figma Framer Lingo Creative Cloud Libraries A Real Web Design Application Jason Santa Maria Adobe Comp CC Ma ...
When Asia and I spoke before recording, she told me that one thing she wanted people to take away from our talk was that it doesn't matter what your path is, there's a way into technology. I think that's super important for people to hear, especially when there's so much talk about college programs, hackathons, and the like. There's more than one way to be a part of this industry, and Asia's story definitely illustrates that. We started off talking about the work she's currently doing as a product designer at 2U, including learning how she approaches new projects and the tools she uses. From there, we talked about how she got into design, how her college experiences shaped her, and her love for mentoring and volunteering. We also spend some time going into game design and Asia shared the game she's most interested in and the one she most wants to design. Thank you Asia for such a thoughtful interview! Asia Hoe's Website Asia Hoe on Twitter Asia Hoe's Gaming Twitter
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In today's episode, I had a chance to speak with Kim Bost, product designer at Dropbox! Mentioned or relevant: Kim Bost's personal website Squares Conference Dropbox Logo programming language) Editorial note - I said "Apple II" during the episode, but almost certainly meant the original Macintosh. Some of Kim's work Pencil Factory Flats and Shops (in Atlanta) Today's episode is sponsored by Hired.com! If you are looking for a job as a developer or a designer and don't know where to start, head over to Hired now! If you get a job through this special link, you'll receive a $2,000 bonus - that's twice the normal bonus provided by Hired. Thanks again to Hired for sponsoring the show! And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.
On this weeks episode we are joined by Jonathan Klein to discuss all things application performance. We start off the show with chat about how he got into performance, why it is so important and how he thinks of it throughout the development process. From here we discuss his recently released Pluralsight course on ‘High Performance PHP’ and touch upon some of the key performance areas within the stack. Starting with micro-optimisations at the code level, we highlight their value and caching mechanisms. We then move onto the web server, process managers and the importance of a correct configuration. The Database layer is then brought up, discussing forks of MySQL, handling slow-queries and data-denormalizations. Finally, profiling and monitoring tools are discussed (such as New Relic and Seige) and where you can typically find the most wins within a typical stack. Show Links Jonathan Klein Jonathan Klein on Twitter Jonathan Klein on GitHub Jonathan Klein - Talks High Performance PHP ...
In this podcast episode, we speak to Mike Brocchi (@brocco) with Jeremy Rowe (@jeremy_w_rowe) about angular-cli. Mike is one of the contributors on the angular-cli team. His nickname is Broccoli, which is the most important part of this podcast. Find more podcasts, videos, trainings and online conferences at http://modern-web.org or follow us on Twitter @modernweb_.
In today's episode we discuss how to recognize 4 key moments that can make or break your relationship with a client. Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Head over to Linode.com/developertea or use the code DeveloperTea20 at checkout for a $20 credit towards your cloud hosting account! Thanks again to Linode for your support of Developer Tea. And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.
01:52 - Zackary Chapple Twitter GitHub Blog 02:02 - Performance; Metrics and Analytics perfmap Performance-Analyser AngularJS Batarang 08:23 - Performance in Angular 1 vs Angular 2 Apps 09:43 - Mobile Performance benchpress 10:51 - Migration Work from 1 to 2 16:20 - Single-page Apps 21:00 - The RAIL Performance Model 21:42 - Speed; Efficiency 25:21 - HTTP 1.0/2.0 26:49 - Websockets 27:11 - Mobile Performance Testing 29:20 - Production Monitoring heimdallr Picks Angular 2: Getting Started by Deborah Kurata (Lucas) Electron (Lukas) Flyover Country (Jules) Snapchat (Jules) #AskGaryVee: One Entrepreneur's Take on Leadership, Social Media, and Self-Awareness by Gary Vaynerchuk (Lukas) Betterment (Stephen) Upwork (Chuck) QuickBooks Online (Chuck) Crazy Egg (Zack) Grafana (Zack)
In today's episode, I talk to Developer Tea listener John about his transition period between jobs. Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Head over to Linode.com/developertea or use the code DeveloperTea20 at checkout for a $20 credit towards your cloud hosting account! Thanks again to Linode for your support of Developer Tea. And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.
Sean celebrates Diesel reaching "faster than a SQL string" status before we chat about Rails 5 blockers and the clarity of focus and priorities that only shipping can bring. Make Diesel faster than a SQL String How can an ORM be faster than a SQL string? ActionSupport::Executor and ActionSupport::Reloader APIs "I strongly discourage the use of autoload in any standard libraries”
Microsoft offers two frameworks that both allow you to create fully-functional web services and HTTP-based “web APIs”. Which one should you choose? Join Jess, Todd, and Chris as they debate the merits and “proper” usage of the two most popular Microsoft frameworks for creating web-based services: WCF and Web API. Show Links ASP.NET Web API Microsoft WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)
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The Google DeveloperExperts(GDE) program is a community of developers outside of Googlethatknow one or several Google developer products well.AdditionallyGDE's are leaders in the community that typically blog,speak atevents, or work on open source projects. MartinOmander(@martinomander) & LizPadilla(@justepadilla)fromGoogle's Developer Expert program share talk with us abouttheprogram and how one becomes a GDE. GloriaBueno(@globitss)&Danny Blue (@dee_bloo), new Web TechnologiesGDE'stalk about their recent experiences as well. Show Links TheGoogle Developer Experts -https://developers.google.com/experts/\ WomenTech Maker Program - https://www.womentechmakers.com/
It's May, and we're beginning the month by talking with Dr. Vukosi Marivate. Dr. Marivate is a data scientist at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa. His work primarily deals with machine learning, so I had to ask one question -- how do machines learn? From there, Dr. Marivate walked me through a typical day, answered some great questions from our Slack community, and shared what people who are interested in data science should learn. We also talked about his early days growing up in South Africa and going to college there, as well as his time here in the United States at Rutgers studying for his Ph.D. Dr. Marivate shared a lot of really great advice that he's used to help him succeed, and I'm glad to get the opportunity to have him share it with you all! Dr. Vukosi Marivate's Website Dr. Vukosi Marivate on Twitter Join our Slack AMA with WordPress consultant and developer Kronda Adair on Wednesday, May 4! Sign up for our Slack community here: ...
By Maurice Cherry
In this podcast episode, we speak to Toran Billups (@toranb) with Jeremy Rowe (@jeremy_w_rowe) about all TDD, BDD, and all the other testing buzzwords. Topics covered: - How to think about tests - What test driven development actually means - Behavioral driven development - How beginners should approach testing - What business units should consider before requiring tests - Code coverage - Pruning acceptance tests Find more podcasts, videos, trainings and online conferences at http://modern-web.org or follow us on Twitter @modernweb_.
In today's episode we discuss 3 ways to improve your views. Mentioned or relevant to today's episode: "Declarative, Composable Views" "Model-view-controller" Sandi Metz: "Nothing is Something" Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Head over to Linode.com/developertea or use the code DeveloperTea20 at checkout for a $20 credit towards your cloud hosting account! Thanks again to Linode for your support of Developer Tea. And lastly... Please take a moment and subscribe and review the show! Click here to review Developer Tea in iTunes.