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
Revision Path is a showcase of the world's Black graphic designers, web designers, and web developers. Each week, Maurice Cherry interviews these designers and developers about their work, their inspirations, and more.
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.
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.
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.
CTRL+CLICK CAST inspects the web for you! We proudly feature diverse voices from the industry’s leaders and innovators, who tackle everything from design, code and content management systems, to culture and business challenges. Our focused, topical discussions teach, inspire and waste no time getting to the heart of the matter. Formerly the EE Podcast, CTRL+CLICK is produced by Bright Umbrella and hosted by industry veterans Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis.
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.
Today's episode is sponsored by Delighted! Delighted is the easiest way to gather feedback from your customers. Sign up for a paid account at https://delighted.com/tea and receive a $100 credit today! Mentioned on today's episode "Cost of Frameworks Recap", CSS Tricks Framework vs. Toolkit vs. Library (Stackoverflow) jQuery Ember.js Ruby on Rails Don't forget to subscribe in your podcasting app, and leave a review in iTunes! Today's episode is sponsored by Delighted! Delighted is the easiest way to gather feedback from your customers, and view the data in a real-time dashboard. Sign up for a paid account at http://delighted.com/tea and receive a $100 credit today! Delighted is also hiring Front-End engineers! Head over to http://delighted.com/jobs to find out more.
Saron Yitbarek is the patron saint of beginning coders. Her platform CodeNewbie -- which is also a Twitter chat, Slack community, and a popular podcast -- serves as a helpful and supportive community for anyone looking to start their journey to becoming a programmer. We talked about her inspiration for starting CodeNewbie, how she first got into code, how cultivating CodeNewbie has helped balance the negativity in the tech industry, and what fuels her to succeed. I love how Saron is such a positive and inspirational force for all coders! Saron Yitbarek on Twitter CodeNewbie CodeNewbie on Twitter CodeNewbie Podcast CodeNewbie Chat
By Maurice Cherry
In today's episode, I respond to Jean-Michel's question about when it's time to step up and lead a team that currently has no leader. Mentioned on today's episode (or otherwise relevant) Spec Slack Community Android and iOS Leadership Skills of Socrates Today's episode is sponsored by OneMonth.com! One Month is the first ever online school specifically for tech entrepreneurs. Enroll now at onemonth.com/developertea for 25% off your first month.
Derek and Sean talk about Derek's exploration into Elixir and Phoenix, when and how performance matters, and ways to keep your Rails app fast from day 1. The Elixir Programming Language Phoenix Web Framework Announcing Ex Machina ex_machina on Github touches are now batched in Rails 5 Basecamp 3 Source Code Bullet and Rack MiniProfiler Railing About Performance with Sam Saffron A Client Project, Two Years Later Derek at a Coworking Space
We cannot do away with meetings. I know that. But I am done with attending badly run meetings and if you have any sense so should you be. I have just sat through a meeting about having a meeting. Now I am a huge fan of Inception but that is a step too far in my book. It is the proverbial straw that broke the camels back. I am drawing a line in the sand and I encourage you to do the same. My problem with meetings Don't get me wrong. I don't have a problem with all meetings. I just think that often they are the wrong tool for the job. Recently I was doing some work with a major UK charity. I was excited to help them out as I admired their work. In fact I decided to reduce my fee for the workshop I was to run. I wanted to support their cause. Yet despite this the MD kept talking about the 'cost' of the meeting. To begin with I felt quite demoralised. After all I had already slashed my prices. But it turned out she didn't mean my fee. She was thinking about the cost of pulling those me ...
By Jean Kaluza and Dan Denney
Intro We’ve got a panel discussion from A List Apart’s The State of Front End Dev hangout featuring Jina Bolton, Una Kravetz, Rebecca Murphy, Marco Rogers, and our own Chris Coyier. Job tiles, recruitment, what it means to be a senior developer. Links The State of Front-End Dev on A List Apart Events Watch the video on Youtube Jina Bolton / Jina on Twitter Lightning Design Systems The Mixin SF Open Design Foundation Una Kravets / Una on Twitter JS Assessment Bazaar Voice Rebecca Murphey / Rebecca on Twitter Marco Rogers Clover Health Sponsors Braintree Code for easy online payments. If you’re building a mobile app and searching for a simple payments solution, check out Braintree. Braintree gives you an easy way to accept multiple payment types with one integration. Quick, knowledgeable developer support if you have any questions. Start accepting Apple Pay, PayPal, Bitcoin, Venmo, cards, and whatever’s next — all with a single integration. The Braintree v dot zero SDK makes it easy ...
When it comes to design, Gus Granger is no stranger. As the principal of Dallas' premiere brand communications agency 70kft, Gus works with clients and oversees a team focused on providing design, public relations, and digital marketing services to their clients. We talked about how Gus started his company from the ground up, the current climate surrounding diversity in the technology and design communities, the importance of AIGA for students, and his recent project from Studio 360 which involved designing a new symbol for the South. Gus is a really positive and inspirational example of excellence in our field, and I'm really glad to have the chance to share his story with you all. Enjoy! 70kft 70kft on Twitter 70kft on Facebook 70kft on Instagram
By Maurice Cherry
On this weeks show we are lucky to be joined by recurring guest and friend of the show Joe Watkins. We start of discussion with the upcoming PHP 7 release, reasoning behind why it has been postponed, the bright future of adoption to the release compared to previous versions and how the release gets packaged up for different distributions. We then move on to touch upon uopz (User Operations for Zend), how it helps aid getting code ‘under-test’ and the progress made to make it compatible with PHP 7. The pthreads polyfill and work on a new project called ‘inspector’ are next on the list, with the history behind how inspector started from the concept of serialising functions/closures. Finally, we chat about the recent APCu events and additions, highlighting different forms of locking in the process - followed by what interesting topics he wishes to explore in the future. Show Links PHP 7 RTM Date Joe Watkins on Twitter: “Coming to a PHP manual near you soon, along with the rest of the ...
Touch introduces physicality to designs that were once strictly virtual, and puts forth a new test: How does this design feel in the hand? Josh Clark’s new book, “Designing For Touch,” guides designers through this new touchscreen frontier, and is the launchpad for today’s Big Web Show discussion between author Clark and host Jeffrey Zeldman. In a fast-paced, freewheeling conversation, Josh and Jeffrey discuss why game designers are some of our most talented and inspiring interaction designers; the economy of motion; perceptions of value when viewing objects on touchscreen versus desktop computer; teaching digital designers to think like industrial designers (and vice-versa); long press versus force touch; how and when to make gestures discoverable; and much more.
By Jeffrey Zeldman
Today I talk with Andrea Goulet about software "makers and menders." Andrea is the CEO of CorgiBytes. Listen in if you are interested in refactoring and green field projects, and the difference between the two! Mentioned on today's show: @andreagoulet on Twitter CorgiBytes @CorgiBytes on Twitter Makers versus Menders Scott on Twitter (@mscottford) GitHub Refactoring to Patterns (Martin Fowler) Michael Feathers Arlo Belshee's process for naming things "Practical Refactoring" video (~2 hours) Slack .Net Webforms Exercism "Adopting a growth mindset" - Carol Dweck Ted Talk Today's episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean! Go to https://digitalocean.com to get started on cloud hosting. Use the promo code DEVELOPER TEA at the checkout after you create your account to get a $10 credit! Follow @DeveloperTea on Twitter | Leave a rating and review for Developer Tea on iTunes | Join Spec's Slack community for free
NuGet burst onto the .NET developer scene in 2010 and took Visual Studio development by storm. We .NET developers were able to easily add key Microsoft dependencies like Entity Framework, ASP.NET Web API, or client-side libraries like jQuery and bootstrap. But now new package management is front and center in Visual Studio 2015. And there’s nothing stopping you from using them in your development toolbelt today. Where does this leave NuGet? And what will you need to get up to speed on now? Chris, Todd, and Jess talk about what NuGet meant to developers until now, and introduce NPM and Bower and their integration into the ASP.NET 5 beta templates. By no means is it the whole list of package managers you can use, but they will be front and center for web developers who live in Visual Studio. Mentioned in the show: Introduction to TypeScript: Jess’s free TypeScript training video Bower – Home page for this web development package manager npm – The nodejs package manager, which has als ...
Co-founder and President of Development at Vector Media Group Matt Weinberg returns to the show to dive deeper into their recent acquisition of CartThrob, a popular ExpressionEngine ecommerce add-on. Beyond the technical advice Matt shares regarding ecommerce development, we also talk about why the acquisition occurred, business considerations regarding support models, as well logistical challenges in acquiring someone else’s software. He also shares critical questions to ask clients when tackling an ecommerce project some developer’s may miss. < Download MP3 > < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: $50 off EE w code: CTRL+5050—fr Nov 19-26 only Vector has acquired CartThrob and CT Admin Vector Media Group's profile on Devot:ee Matt at CBS Sunday Morning (Start at 2:29!) My Grandmother's Ravioli CartThrob Project Checklist JIRA Issue Tracking Nathan for You DoorDash Wants to Own the Last Mile Donate to CTRL+CLICK Leave us a review on iTunes Review our show on Stitcher Episode ...
By firstname.lastname@example.org (Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis)
JS Remote Conf will run from Thursday, January 14th - Saturday, January 16th. Get your ticket(s) or submit a CFP today! 02:27 - Jeff Cross Introduction Twitter GitHub 02:31 - Rob Wormald Introduction Twitter GitHub 02:42 - Object.observe() => Dirty Checking 06:22 - Reactive Programming and Reactivity 14:34 - What problem are we solving? Promises > Callbacks Streams 22:45 - Reactive Programming in Angular 2 HTTP Requests 27:43 - Using Observables/Promises => Observables Push vs Pull More on Reactive Programming Jeff Cross, Rob Wormald and Alex Rickabaugh: Angular 2 Data Flow @ AngularConnect 2015 Picks The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life by Hal Elrod (Jeff) How We'll Live on Mars by Stephen Petranek (Aaron) The Phoenix Project: A Novel About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win by Gene Kim (Ward) Relative Finder (Chuck) FamilySearch (Chuck) The Introduction to Reactive Programming You've Been Missing by Andre Staltz (Rob) Cycle.js (Rob)
Shannon Washington is a true creative force! Several people that have been on the show have recommended that I talk with her, and after seeing her in this year's Women's Freedom Conference, I knew I had to make it happen. Our conversation started with a simple question: "When did you first fall in love with design?" From there, we talked about her time at Howard University, how she became a creative director, the people who inspire her, and her dream project. Shannon is definitely more than just a creative director, world traveler, and fierce advocate for Black women -- she is a creator! Shannon Washington's Website Shannon Washington on Twitter Shannon Washington on Instagram
By Maurice Cherry
In today's episode, we talk about solving small problems. I'll give you a few tips for scoping your problems down to be smaller. Mentioned on today's show Think Like a Freak (book) Freakonomics Radio (podcast) Spec.fm Click here to leave a review of Developer Tea on iTunes! Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Get root access on super-fast linux cloud servers in just a few minutes! Use the code DeveloperTea10 to get $10 off on your new account.
The ActiveRecord update API is a mess of methods that confuse even ActiveRecord’s maintainer. What are the problems and is there any hope for a solution? 40 Prevent Information leaking In Rails Different ways to update in Rails The Perils of Uniqueness Validations disable with is default in Rails 5 The Bike Shed #11: Forming Opinions
Intro We’re joined by Whitney Hess, UX and empathy coach, and she helps us answer your questions about jobs, leveling up skills, finding a mentor, and becoming a freelance designer. Q & A 24:00 I am looking to change careers. I just find things I like on dribble and build them on my own using sass through the command line. I understand git. Is it time to man up and apply. Is there always a feeling of I don’t know enough? 26:18 I don’t want to work with advertisement for the rest of my life, so I still want to build my web-development skill-set. Moreover, I like it. I want to be a web-developer. So what to you guys think I should do? 30:42Do you guys know of ways that older developers looking to move into a new technology can get mentoring on this new technology, besides Googling like a madman? 40:34 I’ve been a web designer for a while, and have always wanted to use it. Do you have any tips on becoming a Freelance Designer? Links Whitney Hess @WhitneyHess Whitney’s blog Pay What Yo ...
The web is being compared to "native" a lot these days, with some even declaring the web dead. But what are the strengths web? What does it do that native can't touch? What is it we are making when we are creating something of the web? Jeremy Keith joins Jen Simmons to articulate how to understand and appreciate the web. Thanks to Media Temple for sponsoring this episode. Use coupon code TWA to get 25% off their web hosting.
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When Dori Tunstall told me that the reason why we design is to make thoughts tangible, I had an idea I would be in for a fantastic interview. Dori is the associate professor of design anthropology at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Through her work, she shows how the processes and artefacts of design help define what it means to be human. Our interview started off with a brief overview of the sphere of design anthropology, along with a tour of her professional career which has taken her all around the world. We also talked about the U.S. National Design Policy Initiative and on ways designers can get involved with influencing policy on a local level. Dori is doing some really fascinating and incredible work that's worth recognizing, so I'm honored to be able to share this talk with you. You'll want to take notes for this one! Dori Tunstall's column, "Un-Design"
By Maurice Cherry
In today's episode, we talk about FoMO (the fear of missing out) as it relates to deciding what tools to use. Mentioned on today's episode: FoMO ratemyfomo.com Aziz Ansari (comedian, actor) discusses FoMO News article about YouTube upload volume (from back in 2010) The growth of languages on GitHub Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Get root access on super-fast linux cloud servers in just a few minutes! Use the code DeveloperTea10 to get $10 off on your new account.
Josh Koenig, Co-Founder & Head of Product for Pantheon Website Management Platform, is Jeffrey Zeldman's guest in "An Infrastructure For Websites," Episode 138 of The Big Web Show ("Everything Web That Matters.") Josh & Z discuss how the industry is evolving, how smartphones are driving web growth, integrating a pull request with a server, the connection of the web to real life (and the fact that it’s no longer a meaningful distinction), the idealism of the early web, why technology doesn't solve human problems, why truly revolutionary change occurs only when new technologies fade into the background, and a future in which the back-end grunt work of website creation is automated. Josh Koenig is a Co-Founder and Head of Product for Pantheon, the website management platform for WordPress and Drupal. Prior to that he was a founder at Chapter Three, a web consultancy based in San Francisco. Josh has been involved in building the internet with Open Source and Free software for nearly tw ...
By Jeffrey Zeldman
Ever tried a cold email campaign… and ended up with zero results? Alex Berman from InspireBeats is here to share all! His company has sent over one MILLION cold emails this year so you’d better be sure that these guys KNOW what works! He shares all their best tactics on the show with us in this episode, #95. Thanks goes to our sponsors Marcus Blankenship and GatherContent – use the code WEBAGENCYPODCAST for 15% off for life!
Suggest topics and guests! aiatopics 02:12 - Jesse Warden Introduction Twitter GitHub Blog Accenture 02:53 - Consulting vs Full-Time Employees 06:03 - Common Problems 07:50 - Version Cycles and Best Practices 11:34 - Educating Clients John Papa’s Angular Style Guide 26:26 - Maintenance and Contracts The Freelancers’ Show 36:41 - Training and Negotiating Rates The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber Picks Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo! by Nicholas Carlson (Aaron) Snuggling with your kids (Aaron) Atom (Lukas) Having integrity (Chuck) aiatopics (Chuck) 15 Minute Podcast Listener chat with Charles Wood (Chuck) Nigel Barnes: Lessons from Rocket Science (Part 1&2) (Jesse) Nigel Barnes: Lessons from Rocket Science (Part 3) (Jesse) jspm.io (Jesse)
I've been a fan of Craig Brimm's website Kiss My Black Ads for years, so I was really glad to have the chance to interview him for the show! Craig has been in the advertising and design business for nearly 20 years, so he has a great perspective on these industries. We talked about his start in design here in Atlanta, the ups and downs of working for agencies, and his newest venture -- entrepreneurship! This is definitely an interview you'll want to take notes with while listening because Craig drops a lot of pearls of wisdom. Press play and enjoy! Craig Brimm on Facebook Craig Brimm on Twitter Craig Brimm on Instagram Culture Ad Kiss My Black Ads
By Maurice Cherry
Thank you for helping Developer Tea make it to 2 million listens! This is a major milestone for the show. Not many external resources were mentioned on today's episode, but I'd love to invite you to leave a review on iTunes! Leave a review for Developer Tea on iTunes now. Today's episode is sponsored by Digital Ocean! Go to https://digitalocean.com to get started on cloud hosting. Use the promo code DEVELOPER TEA at the checkout after you create your account to get a $10 credit! Follow @DeveloperTea on Twitter | Leave a rating and review for Developer Tea on iTunes | Join Spec's Slack community for free
We talk with Yehuda Katz about how much risk is right for you and your app, the sharp tools of high level abstractions, and how our statistical intuition leads us astray on web performance. Remove The Stress, Pick a Deadline Writing Software by DHH Skylight The Log Normal Reality - On how our statistical intuition leads us astray. Yehuda on Twitter
Intro We’ve got a panel discussion around ad blocking. Three guests, each on slightly different sides of the debate, join us to talk about the controversial topic of ad and content blockers. Links Lydia Laurenson / website Vitaly Friedman / website Todd Garland / website Acceptable Ads Adblock Adblock Plus Ghostery Lifehacker: The Best Ad Blockers for iOS 9 AppleInsider: Top iOS Ad Blocker Lets Advertisers Pay to Bypas Restrictions CSS Tricks: Discussion Around Ad Blocking CSS Tricks: Thoughts on Advertising Ecosystem SethGodin on Ad Blocking Anil Dash Tweetstorm The Awl: Welcome to the Block Party Pagefair.com: The Cost of Ad Blocking Sponsors Sass Summit Bring the experts to your desktop for an all-new, two-day only online conference, the Sass Summit 2015! This Nov. 18 and 19th, deep dive into Sass sessions about web typography, attribute driven styles, games, listing, and much much more. Visit SassSummit.com to register now! Lynda.com Challenge yourself to learn something new wi ...
By Dan Denney and John D. Jameson
When Douglass Turner contacted me via Twitter and said he had a story to tell, I was intrigued. But it wasn't until we sat down and started recording that I really see what he meant. From growing up in NYC surrounded by poets and writers to working at Apple in the 80s and 90s to spending years in Reykjavik, Iceland...Douglass Turner has lived. Our discussion covered all of this and a lot more, including his thoughts on the ubiquity of software in today's world, the work he's doing now with his company Elastic Image Software, and his thoughts on diversity in technology. It's a pretty fascinating conversation from a very fascinating person! Douglass Turner on Twitter Douglass Turner's Email Call Douglass Turner SPECIAL OFFER! Use discount code revisionpath and save 20% off any purchase at Creative Market! goo.gl/kMM0M7 We're on iTunes and Stitcher as well! Visit revisionpath.com/iTunes or revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much ...
By Maurice Cherry
Today, we talk about participating in conferences, both as a speaker and as an attendee. Mentioned on or relevant to today's episode: 2015 CSS Dev Conf Speaking.io (speaking resources for beginners) SassConf SassSummit - Use the discount code "CUTRELL" to get 20% off! Attend online from anywhere in the world. Leave a review for Developer Tea on iTunes! Join the Spec Slack community today Today's episode is sponsored by Linode! Get root access on super-fast linux cloud servers in just a few minutes! Use the code DeveloperTea10 to get $10 off on your new account.
Code without fear! Happy late Halloween, everyone. :) Mentioned on the show or otherwise relevant: Leave it Better Than You Found It (Developer Tea episode) How Thoughtbot Tests Rails Applications "What is a Side Effect" Flux Architecture Today's sponsor is Linode! Linode is focused on making their servers ultra-fast. Run containers or your own Git server, with full root access. Linode offers hourly billing with a monthly cap on all plans and add-on services. Head over to http://linode.com/developertea and use the code DeveloperTea10 to get a $10 credit today!
For Toadcast 33, I talk with Metal Toad's Director of People about diversity in Tech, Portland, and Metal Toad Check out the Podcast on iTunes ! If there are any questions you'd like to hear answered in our developer profile todcasts, comment below and we will add it to the show.
From the open nature of the web to the walled gardens of native apps, there is no one “right” way to design for small screens. Designer Wren Lanier helps us navigate the nuances of mobile design with a discussion about native vs. web. Wren details the differences between the two, and shares tips for deciding when a native app is the best fit vs. when responsive web makes sense. From the context of her experience designing Highrise — the CRM product originally created by 37Signals — she also discusses the unique challenges of both native and web mobile design, as well as overlaps between the two. < Download MP3 > < Listen on ctrlclickcast.com > Show Notes: Highrise Tapworthy: Designing Great iPhone Apps Cennyd Bowles on product design vs. website design InVision There Is No Fold Object-Oriented UX Heap Analytics Inbox do u webview? Obvious Always Wins Hamburger Icon: How These Three Lines Mystify Most People The history of flat design: How efficiency and mini ...
By email@example.com (Lea Alcantara and Emily Lewis)
Submit a CFP or get an early bird ticket! Check out JS Remote Conf! 02:18 - Uri Shaked Introduction Twitter GitHub Blog ng-conf Israel BlackBerry 04:27 - Uri’s Libraries angular-moment angular-spinner 05:11 - Advantages of wrapping things around directives Moment.js spin.js 10:33 - How do you wrap things around directives? 13:52 - Building angular-moment and angular-spinner 17:09 - Things to do to wrap a component in an Angular directive angular-chosen Picks The ES2016 Column Operator (Uri) Bullshit (The Game) (Uri) Angular — Introduction to Reactive Extensions (RxJS) (Lukas) Kamal Meattle: 3 Plants that Best Recycle Air (Chuck) Charles Max Wood: My podcasting setup #ufy (Chuck)
I was introduced to Sheila Owens through a fellow Morehouse alum, and wow -- what a discovery! Sheila has over 30 years of software development experience to her name, and she's currently doing Android development using Java. We talked about how her entry into computer science was a bit of a fluke, her work for the United States Government, the experience of teaching computer science, and her advice for up and coming programmers. Sheila's got quite a story, so make sure you check out what she has to say! Sheila Owens on LinkedIn Sheila Owens on Twitter SPECIAL OFFER! Use discount code revisionpath and save 20% off any purchase at Creative Market! goo.gl/kMM0M7 We're on iTunes and Stitcher as well! Visit revisionpath.com/iTunes or revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us! Help support Revision Path by becoming a patron! Check us out at patreon.com/revisionpath. Pledge levels s ...
By Maurice Cherry
Sean asked me where to find well written code in Slack. (You can join us by going to http://spec.fm/slack) @fat's article on Medium's CSS Chris Coyier's article on Codepen's CSS GitHub's CSS IRC jQuery IRC Trending repos on GitHub Microsoft on GitHub Google on GitHub NASA on GitHub SassConf SassSummit Today's episode is sponsored by Hired.com! If you are a developer or a designer looking for a job, Hired is a fantastic place to begin your journey! The special link for a doubled bonus is https://hired.com/developertea. Lastly: Be sure to rate and review Developer Tea on iTunes!