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On July 22-26, 2019, the Vehikl team will be attending the largest LaraconUS to date! With over 900 attendees showing up to the Playstation Theatre in Times Square, NYC, it will surely be an incredible experience! Join us as we speak with returning guest, Adam Frank! We’ll discuss upcoming talks, things to do in and around NYC, and what we’re looki…
 
On March 25-27, 2019, we will be travelling to Tampa, Florida for VueConf US! During today’s episode, we’re going to talk about this year’s schedule, last year’s conference in New Orleans, and all the fun things we’ll be doing on our trip! Our guest speakers for this episode are Brian Hogg and first-time guest Natalie Mastracci! They’ll be talking …
 
Today we're discussing what's going on at the London Vehikl office! The London team has recently moved into a new building. The building is a beautiful and modern location. Caryn and James work in the London office and join us to tell us what it is like to work there, and what it's like working for Vehikl for general. The London location is hiring …
 
Welcome to our first episode of the new year. Today’s episode is the start of a new series we are calling Vehikl: Under the Hood. We sit down with Colin DeCarlo and Brian Hogg and discuss some exciting developments in the London, Hamilton, and Waterloo offices. Vehikl is hiring new talent and we have many growth opportunities. We also talk about up…
 
We take a look at Uncle Bob’s (Bob Martin) book The Clean Coder and discuss the topic of software professionalism. We have varying degrees of experience that we share with each other and the audience. We walk chapter by chapter through the book and give some general impressions of what we took away from it. We discuss work/life balance, time manage…
 
React Native is a framework that builds applications for both IOS and Android systems. We have some curiosity about React Native and Lucas and Alex join us to tell us about their experience with React and React Native. How does React Native compare to the original React? What sort of workflow can you expect? What languages can you use with React Na…
 
So how do you like to work? Are you a multi-monitor user? Do you prefer the lights on or off? Dan and Margaret sit down with Adam Frank and Brian Hogg and compare preferences, quirks, and techniques when they want to get down to work and have a productive time. We discuss strategies and tips we’ve collected over time. We share tools we find work fo…
 
Are you heading to Laracon US 2018 in Chicago? We’ll see you there! Brian Hogg and Justin Buchanan join Dan and Margaret to talk baseball, food, museums, and the conference we’re all excited to check out. Rumour has it, the first 50 people to attend Colin DeCarlo’s “Design Patterns with Laravel” talk will get something special. Bonus: Come meet the…
 
What exactly is paired programming? How do you make it work for you and your team? What happens when you make it a mob? Colin DeCarlo and Grant Lovell join Dan and Margaret to talk through getting collaborative with your code. Links and resources: Colin DeCarlo on Twitter: https://goo.gl/tYRaDF Grant Lovell on Twitter: https://goo.gl/ARoaQC deliver…
 
We’re back with part two of our inaugural Torqd book club; discussing Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin’s “Clean Architecture” with Colin DeCarlo, Brad Brothers, and Lucas Gladding. This time, we’re starting from the beginning of the book, diving into the SOLID acronym, dissecting the principles behind it, and debating when and how to put new lessons from …
 
Gather ‘round for the inaugural Torqd book club. For our first entry, we’re looking at “Clean Architecture” by Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin. With guests Colin DeCarlo, Brad Brothers, and Lucas Gladding, we’ll explore some of the larger concepts covered in the book (dependency inversion, plugin architecture, design patterns, tech debt) and hit on a few…
 
What is imposter syndrome? What makes it so tough to get over? Does it hit our industry harder than others? Brian and Daniel join Margaret and Dan to explore their own views on, experiences of, and ways to cope with that “I don’t belong here” feeling. Links and resources: Brian Hogg on Twitter: https://goo.gl/DRm2fA Daniel Mills on GitHub: https://…
 
Heading to VueConf US in New Orleans this week? So are we! Adam and Stephen join Margaret and Dan to talk food, drinks, and fun in The Big Easy. Stick it out long enough, and we might even talk about the conference. Bonus: Come meet the Vehikl team and grab a t-shirt at our VueConf booth! Links and resources: VueConf US 2018 (March 26-28 in New Orl…
 
With VueConf US approaching, we’re looking at our experiences with Vue in production. Returning guest Colin DeCarlo and new-to-the-show guest Brian Hogg sit down with Dan and Margaret for an overVue. From bare bones usage as data-binding jQuery replacement, through enhancing existing environments without damaging the goods, to building out a ground…
 
What is a11y all about? What does this mean from a user’s perspective? How does accessibility weigh-in on your project costs? Join us in this episode as our producer (and front end developer), Stephen Belyea talks about the importance of web accessibility. Bonus: Come meet Stephen Belyea in person at GPUG’s monthly Meetup on Wednesday, February 28t…
 
New to CSS Grid? Heard of Grid but hesitant to ship it in the wild? Margaret and (our brand new co-host) Dan speak with designer Darren Galway about Grid’s new syntax, browser support, and getting it integrated into current projects. Links and resources: Darren Galway on Twitter: https://goo.gl/ZPddms MDN Grid specs: https://goo.gl/ghWfBJ “Can I Us…
 
What exactly is code review? Is it more than just telling somebody what’s wrong with their code? Of course it is! Join developers, Colin DeCarlo, Dan Mills, and Justin Buchanan, as they sit in with Margaret to drop comments, request changes, and give approvals. Links and resources: Colin DeCarlo on Twitter: https://goo.gl/tYRaDF Colin DeCarlo on Gi…
 
Tired of testing? We aren’t! We’re focusing on what goes into testing the front end. Alex Barry, one of our senior devs, weighs in on the process, differences from back end, and helping you code better. Links and resources: Alex Barry on Twitter: https://goo.gl/C181KJ Alex Barry on GitHub: https://goo.gl/h63i3D Mocha JS testing framework: https://g…
 
Good testing is tough. We’re talking testing in design, development, and the future of your app with two of our senior devs - Brad Brothers, and Colin DeCarlo. Links and resources: Brad Brothers on Twitter: https://goo.gl/VkKoMk Brad Brothers on GitHub: https://goo.gl/p6uL2q Colin DeCarlo on Twitter: goo.gl/tYRaDF Colin DeCarlo on GitHub: goo.gl/eP…
 
The dust has settled since our trip to Laracon 2017 in New York City. Join Product Designer Caryn Humphreys, and Developers Jesse O’Brien and Adam Frank to dig into impressions and the Laracon experience. We’ll touch on the wide variety of talk topics, from education to inspirational, and how to make the most of any conference. Links and resources:…
 
Day 1 of Laracon US 2017 is a wrap and the after party is well underway. We grabbed a few developer friends for a quick recap of the day’s events. Links and resources: Laracon US 2017 in New York City: goo.gl/rMKE6A Science Fair at Laracon: goo.gl/Xx7kSj “Introducing Laravel Horizon” blog post from Taylor Ottwell: goo.gl/GK9Lda Jesse O’Brien on Twi…
 
We’re sitting down with Senior Developer Colin DeCarlo, and occasional computer user Daniel Mills, to discuss how they started, where they’ve been, and choices made along the way. Regardless of where your career is at, Colin and Dan have wisdom to spare. From early days during the dot-com bust, to running and hosting Southern Ontario’s premiere PHP…
 
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