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The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
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Oleg Sapishchuk, Peter Schmalfeldt

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Welcome to the Unofficial Salesforce Commerce Cloud Podcast. We created this Podcast to give everyone access to each other to share ideas and help one another. It also offers members a place to discuss, listen and watch Salesforce B2C Commerce Cloud in a free and open environment.
 
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In this episode, I was joined by Simon Cropp to chat about a form of testing called Snapshot testing! Simon is the author of Verify, which is a library that I’m quickly discovering is going to save me a HUGE amount of time when writing tests in dotnet! We chatted about snapshot testing in general; the various helper extensions that Verify has, whic…
 
Drew Lau talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about Headless, PWA & Composable Commerce. Discussion Links: › Accelerate › State of DevOps 2021 › PWA Kit Docs › PWA Kit GitHub ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 01:05 - Drew, can you introduce yourself? 02:17 - What is your relationship with Headless? 03:18 - How do you define Headless Co…
 
In this episode, Donn and Kaushik talk about some of the books that they're reading and thoughts and recommendations on each. Links from the show Donn's Books Designing Data Intensive Applications Systemology Who Not How Skin in the Game Zero To Sold Freelance Tactics Kaushik's Books Staff Engineer An Elegant Puzzle: Systems of Engineering Manageme…
 
Kyle Montgomery talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about DevOps in Salesforce Commerce Cloud. › The Phoenix Project › The DevOps Handbook › The Unicorn Project WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00:00 - Intro 00:06:05 - Kyle, can you introduce yourself? 00:08:57 - What is DevOps? 00:12:16 - Hows does Security fit in…
 
This month we attempt an experimental cross-over episode with cpp.chat: in effect we have Jon Kalb on as a guest.Was it a successful experiment? You be the judge! We look at static analysis, expressive interface and move semantics, three new proposals, and go a little deeper on conferences - especially CppCon, which just passed. Links from this epi…
 
Lots of standards news, as many proposals are adopted into the C++23 working draft. Plus our usual round up of interesting blog posts and articles, including one from Phil that bridges the worlds of SonarSource and JetBrains. And CLion and ReSharper C++ start their latest EAPs. Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - September 2021 - If you prefer…
 
Mike King talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about his new book "Salesforce B2C Solution Architect's Handbook: Design scalable and cohesive business-to-consumer experiences spanning Salesforce Customer 360 products" › New Book WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:17 - Mike, can you introduce yourself and…
 
Not long to go until the release of both .NET 6 and Visual Studio 2022! But if you can’t wait that long - the preview releases of both can be downloaded right now! In this episode, I was joined by Kendra Havens to chat about what’s new and coming! Kendra is a Program Manager on the .NET and Visual Studio team, and we also chatted a bit in this epis…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Callum Linington to chat about Event Sourcing! Events over time are how the world works - so shouldn’t we be leveraging that in our architectures? As quite often happens, we also went on one or two tangents, and covered a ton of other related including MediatR, CQRS, F#, DDD, Rx, Redux, and more! For a full list of …
 
Abraham Lloyd talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) Customer 360 and what it means for developers, technical leads, and architects. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:50 - Abraham, can you introduce yourself? 01:55 - What do you think about Customer 360? 06:45 - Sing…
 
In this episode, Donn and Kaushik reunite for an episode on how they use productivity tools like various todo apps as well as how the organize information for storage and easy retrieval in their day to day lives. Shownotes In this episode, Donn and Kaushik reunite for an episode on how they use productivity tools like various todo apps as well as h…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Patrick Smacchia, all the way from the beautiful island of Mauritius, to chat all about NDepend! An amazing tool for analysing .NET projects and displaying tons of useful information to help improve code quality. From scanning for code quality issues, to showing plenty of dependency graphs and code visualisations. F…
 
Thomas Theunen talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about the path to becoming a Salesforce Architect. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 01:02 - Thomas, can you introduce yourself? 03:03 - What does your regular day look like as an Architect? 06:02 - What's more important, Soft Skills or Technical Skills? …
 
In this episode, Kaushik talks to his good friend Prabhjot and learns about "Android Enterprise". This is the official way for companies or organizations to enable the use of Android devices and apps in the workplace. Prabhjot talks about how he setup the infrastructure to provision devices and the different capabilities the solution allows. If you…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Steve Collins to chat all about dependency injection in .NET. We (well, Steve!) demystified terms such as dependency inversion and inversion of control containers, and then delved into the world of dependency injection in .NET, covering scopes, and much more… For a full list of show links, see the website here…
 
Charlie Choiniere talks with Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt about his Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) Studio plugin for JetBrains IDEs. › Plugin › Github WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:50 - Charlie, can you introduce yourself? 02:36 - How was your experience with the Platform evolution? 09:07 - What are …
 
In this episode, I was joined by Jesse Liberty and James World to chat about a topic I'm also personally very passionate about - the Git source control system. Jesse is a fellow podcast host, as well as an author of a book about Git. James is a Solution Architect who has done many a talk on Git and likes to delve a bit deeper into what goes on unde…
 
Oleg Sapishchuk and Peter Schmalfeldt talk about RVW Developers Core: A Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC) Cartridge for Developers. WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE ▬ Content ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:28 - Peter, can you introduce yourself? 01:32 - How did you end up with SFCC? 06:40 - What is Red Van Developers Core? 12:32 - What does your Team look…
 
As JetBrains celebrates 10 years of C++ support in their tools, we look at more modules, less [[nodiscard]] - the possibility of contracts and much more! Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - August 2021 - If you prefer the same material in blog form Moving a project to C++ named Modules | C++ Team Blog Intel C/C++ compilers complete adoption of…
 
A jam-packed episode, from executors to aborting contracts, via iterators and parallel algorithms, concepts, sanitizers, tools and more... Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - July 2021 - If you prefer the same material in blog form JetBrains Developer Ecosystem report for C++, 2021 Be Wise, Sanitize - Keeping Your C++ Code Free From Bugs - Cle…
 
Everyone who knows me, knows I'm a massive fan of Jetbrains Rider! So it was about time we had an episode on it! In this episode, I was joined by both Maarten Balliauw and Kirill Skrygan to chat all about it. We discussed the Rider architecture, Code With Me, Remote Development; and also the awesome power of keyboard shortcuts! For a full list of s…
 
This month we reflect on text formating, compile times, the C++23 schedule, a round-up of tools news, and what C can do that C++ can't! Standards news includes if consteval, starts_with and ends_with and preventing std::strings from being constructed from nullptr. Links from this episode: C++ Annotated - June 2021 - If you prefer the same material …
 
In this episode, I was joined by Alex Frankel to chat about Azure Bicep! Bicep is a new DSL that transpiles down to native ARM templates. Except that it greatly improved upon the very hard to read and write ARM templates, making Infrastructure as Code in Azure a far nicer user experience. We delved into the Bicep language, the tooling, a bit of the…
 
In this episode, Donn continues to dive into his favorite software book: Working Effectively with Legacy Code. He talks about one of the fundamental tactics of the book: Introducing seams You'll learn what a seam is according to the book, as well as how Donn interprets it so that you can get the same benefit he has gotten from it. You'll learn how …
 
In this episode, Donn talks to Jay Ohms about Turbo Native for Android, Hotwire, and how to build apps faster with Hotwire, Turbo, Stimulus, and Strata. Jay is an Android developer at Basecamp.com and Hey.com and has been building Hey with Android Turbo since it has been released (he's one of the developers of it). You'll learn what Hotwire is, how…
 
In this episode, I was joined by Mark Rendle to chat about his experiences live-coding/streaming on Twitch! Warning: We went on a lot of tangents during the conversation! It’s all good though - as they were all awesome tangents! We not only talked about streaming, but also Blazor, C#, Unity, the rate of tech advancement, teaching kids to code, and …
 
In this episode, Donn talks dives into his favorite software book: Working Effectively with Legacy Code. He talks about one of the introduction level topics: The Legacy Code Change Algorithm You'll learn what it is and how you can use it as the basis for this new series that will be focused on the book, Working Effectively with Legacy Code. Links f…
 
In this episode, I was thrilled to be joined by Chris Sainty to chat all about Blazor! Blazor is a new .NET technology allowing you to build SPA-like frontend web UIs in C#! Very focused on developer productivity and componentisation - Blazor is certainly going to become my go-to for frontends moving forward! And chatting with Chris in this episode…
 
In this episode, Donn talks to software developer Alan Hill about the Growth Mindset and how it applies to software development and life in general. They chat about pull request feedback lifecycle, learning new tech, and how applying a growth mindset can advance you in your career further than you could have imagined. They wrap up by going through …
 
In this episode, I sit down with Andrey Cheptsov to talk about what we've been up to on the Data Science front. We know that PyCharm hasn't always been the best tool for Data Scientists, but we plan to change that with a new product release. Join me and Andrey as we talk about JetBrains' previous attempt at building data science tools, and what is …
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the difference between working at a big tech company vs freelancing. There are many pro's and con's for each. What is best for you? Listen to the episode and find out. AndroidJobs.IO Job postings are FREE on AndroidJobs.IO during the early release phase (at the time of this recording). Sign up to get notified of ne…
 
In this episode, Donn talks about the importance of following code conventions and coding styles in codebases. You'll run into various different coding conventions throughout your career. Sometimes it's as an employee, sometimes it's as a freelancer or consultant or just a small side project. The number of coding "styles" that you'll see will blow …
 
In this episode, Donn talks to David and Ross from Squeaky Dog Studios about building a business out of a side project. David and Ross are long-time serial side project developers with experience that dates back to the Palm era. They've built games, apps, and now Watch Faces. We dive deep into how they went from building their watch faces for Andro…
 
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