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Best Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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A podcast that delves into the obstacles and successes involved in creating, running, and sustaining successful software side projects.
 
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Keith starts off discussing the issues he found while debugging production configuration. He describes how he found and solved the issue which allows production devices to once again connect to the production web socket. Jamie talks about the initial work he is doing with the ActiveBackgrounds plugin and service. Keith and Jamie discuss what the pl…
 
Keith and Jamie discuss what is necessary for deploying a Mac application including signing it, what business papers are required, and we talk installers. Keith prepares the application for SwiftUI which required the Mac app to be updated as well as it's dependencies so it can be ready for the Mac menu app. Jamie talks about some of the changes he …
 
Keith is preparing to submit a new talk idea to a conference and wanted to get some feedback from Jamie. We hit record for this bonus episode of The Standup. It's better than the Star Wars Holiday Special at least. We chat about some our conference talk ideas, how to pitch them effectively to conference committees, and how to deal with rejection. L…
 
Keith and Jamie are back and they discuss what's been going on around their long hiatus. Jamie talks about what he did during Keith's paternity leave and how they went about pitching a new feature they plan to build using Basecamp’s Shapeup process. They also discuss the work that went into the automated deployment of the iOS and Mac apps. Keith ta…
 
Links Brilliant Fantastic Blog Post regarding what happened with Kinship Cowboy WebSocket Handlers Picks Keith - Pokémon TCG Jamie -ReactNative WebBy Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright
 
Jamie - Completed Chronic Started working on GraphQL implementation around the current user Decided that we will require a sign up/registration on launch Talk I completed my talk around Chronic which is called “How to Build an WebSocket API in Elixir” and gave it in Grand Rapids, Michigan I am working on a new bot framework called Juvet for another…
 
Jamie - Completed Chronic Start/Pause/Resume implemented on web side Alert system implemented using redux Tatsu Flipper Cloud Implemented Basement office Drywall and framing is done Jamie - Next Sprint Chronic Clean up web side (add tests) Share base components/actions/reducers Implement GraphQL Tatsu Add more users to beta Talk Build beginnings of…
 
Keith - Completed Only streamed once. Decided that it’s not valuable enough to do right now. Completed the initial implementation of a Workflow. Need to add tests around templates and work it into the web-socket API still. Keith - Next Sprint Going to be at ChefConf in Chicago for a week. Finalize Workflow PR Jamie - Completed Tatsu UI for asynchro…
 
Jamie - Last Sprint Basement finally getting work done Chronic Paired on workflow architecture and implementation Tatsu UI for asynchronous standups (complete not deployed) Working on some edge cases New Company Logo created Talk Finished API Reading Deep Work Jamie - Next Sprint Tatsu UI for asynchronous standups deployed and additional people usi…
 
Keith - Last 4 or 5 Weeks Lots of work stuff Started working on the "Workflow" portion of Chronic doing a little a day by live streaming (on Twitch). Going a little slow because he's a little rusty with Elixir. S2E6 became the first official "lost episode". Keith - Next 2 Weeks Get re-acquainted with Elixir to be productive again when working on Ch…
 
Keith - Past Absorbed working on Python 3 course (has since launched) Took time off for family Chronic Deployed a chef server Started working on cookbooks to manage elixir servers Keith - Future Finish configuration management of Elixir servers. Start getting back to the mobile application. Workflow Review styled-component PR Jamie Landed huge new …
 
Keith Created a staging server for Chronic and figured out hot-code deploys Started working on a "Resources" page for CoderJourney Accepted the diminished productivity that comes with Winter and has started having "winter hours" allowing for more sleep Now does yoga. Jamie Experienced his first migraine Got accepted to give a workshop at Indy.Code(…
 
Keith Finished Chronic mobile-app initial PR Spent a lot of time working on his Linux Academy Python course Jamie Created some designs for Chronic web and mobile Got the Tatsu bot interactions for async standup ready for beta testing Started digging into React for the Chronic web app Shoutout to Ryan Lanciaux for providing React guidance.…
 
Keith (Non-Chronic) Struggles with Python packaging Bought a lot of PragProg books Still haven't released a video announcing the move to Linux Academy Keith (Chronic) More progress on the mobile app using React-Native Pulled in Phoenix.js to make working with channels easier Still enjoying Redux Jamie (Chronic) Finished Timer Events and Websock API…
 
Keith: Never shipped Submissions or Lectern (and lectern is dead) CoderJourney has changed because he is now a Course Author for Linux Academy Working on Chronic Digging into more and more ops related topics Back to working with Python (for his first course) Jamie: Working on Chronic with Keith. Tatsu direct message standups are finished and ready …
 
Keith's last 2 Switching from Firebase to a custom GraphQL backend for Lectern.Keith's upcoming (before the next season) Launching Lectern on CoderJourney very soon. Launching Lectern in a beta form for public sign up. Jamie's last 2 Vacation break Tatsu More teams on Callback Performance bottlenecks from being featured on Slack's App Directory Gui…
 
Another episode and another two weeks that didn't go as expected. Keith decides to give a binge watching option to his tutorial views and shelves submissions for a few weeks. Jamie runs into the complications that come along with conversation UIs as he implements vacation mode into Tatsu. Keith’s Last 2: Decided that when the time comes, I will use…
 
Conference speaking is over for now. Jamie gave talks at a few different conferences over the last few weeks, and Keith gave his first two conference talks at BeerCityCode. All of the talks went well, and now it's back to building up their businesses. Keith's Last 2: Successfully delivered two conference talks NPM sucks Coderjourney.com redesign la…
 
Keith falls short again, but he and Jamie workshop the design of the https://coderjourney.com landing page to try to get this redesign launched. Besides the redesign, Keith switches his web app challenge application from being Go to using Elixir. Our heroes have a pretty deep discussion about Elixir and Phoenix 1.3. Both Jamie and Keith will be spe…
 
Another few weeks have passed and Keith is still struggling to get through the backlog of projects that he's working on. The coderjourney.com still isn't finished, but it did lead to a conversation about BEM that was exciting. Jamie takes on more work with his job-job and limits his own availability to work on Tatsu and Callback. Jamie is ramping b…
 
Jamie is back from Seattle and Deconstruct Conf ready to talk all about his codecation. Having not achieved quite as much as he wanted to that doesn't stop him from dropping a ton of knowledge about how he could have a more productive codecation next time. After wasting some time trying to use React for the callback frontend, Jamie has gone back to…
 
Jamies's Last Two Weeks Tatsu reached had it's two year anniversary! Conversations are ready to be launched to a subset of users. Jamies's been making a lot of progress on callback, using it for some client work. This real world use is giving him more insight into the features that will be needed by applications beyond Tatsu's use case. He's writte…
 
Keith got accepted to talk at his first real conference and also got accepted to write for Digital Ocean. These opportunities will hopefully help him grow as a writer, speaker, and content creator. Doubling down on the YouTube side of CoderJourney, Keith launched his second piece of weekly recurring content in the form of "The Weekly Update". Lastl…
 
Over the previous 2 weeks, Keith finished the content for his Docker for Developers course and launched the CoderJourney Patreon campaign. Planning to focus on audience building he's going to double down on YouTube, making his channel the best it can be. Jamie finishes an implementation of conversations, but might just rip it out... In the meantime…
 
This week Keith & Jamie both actually make progress on things and neither of them is sick (first time for everything). Keith continues to learn about marketing & copywriting while he tries to spruce up the Developing with Docker sales flow (so that people actually buy). Acknowledging that his YouTube audience might not also be his course audience h…
 
By Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright
 
Jamie and Keith are back to discuss their side hustle progress. Jamie managed to get some of his customers over to using the callback API behind the scenes in Tatsu, but ran into a snag for doing multi-tenancy with jobs. They dig into how each of them think Callbacks will be used in practice and talk nerdy for a bit. Jamie get's a designer for Call…
 
Keith and Jamie round out 2016! Keith realizes that he doesn't know how mics work and once again failed to finish his Docker course. Jamie takes steps to move off of Heroku by learning Docker (using CoderJourney!). The landing page for http://callback.run is up, and the API is coming along nicely. Work on conversations continues (onto the next two …
 
Digging into the excitement of 2017. Jamie talks about his conference experience going to CodeMash 2017. Keith digs back into playing drumset. Getting down to business, Keith launched "Developing with Docker" was launched (http://courses.coderjourney.com/p/developing-with-docker). Podcast accountability works as it was the first thing that came to …
 
Keith & Jamie dig into important topics. Illness, flu shots + ice cream, Ohio's weather all fit themselves into the intro. Neither Keith nor Jamie accomplishes much of anything, but they try to stay positive about it. Our heroes again discuss how conversations could work. Jamie starts yet another project (http://callback.run/). GoDaddy prevents Jam…
 
By Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright
 
Jamie Wright (@jwright) and Keith Thompson (@keiththomps) kick off their first podcast episode, digging into the process of balancing a side business while having a normal income (consulting & day job).By Keith Thompson & Jamie Wright
 
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