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The games business and legal podcast - legal news, views and information for board game and video game developers and players. Featuring industry guests, commentary and Q&A, along with a "deep dive" into a different topic each episode.
 
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Do you want to become a 10x top end developer? Do you want to take your career to the next level? Charles provides a 7 step roadmap to get you there: 1) Learn something new everyday. a. 10-15 minutes, learn something new that can help you move the needle forward in your career. b. Make 1% incremental progress everyday will compound to 37x better ye…
 
Today we chat with Thomas Randolph from GitLab, to discuss his Top 10 list of the upcoming TC39 proposals. The list… Temporal Proposal Import Assertions JSON Modules Built-In Modules Observable Proposal Partial Application UUID Pipeline Operator Module Blocks Emitter Proposal+1 Records and Tuples+2 Reverse and Sort Methods on Arrays Sponsors Top En…
 
Ben interviews Michael Griffiths, Director of Data Science at ASAPP, a company leveraging AI and ML to augment and automate human work, improve operational efficiencies and customer experiences, and ultimately empower people to be their best. Michael shares specific examples of how this can be done for human agent productivity within contact center…
 
How do you align engineering outcomes to business goals? On the show, Hersh Tapadia, Adam Dahlgren from Allstacks talk about value stream intelligence and how you can generate guiding insights for product stakeholders across engineering projects and tools so you can shape better outcomes and deliver stronger value. In this episode… “Metrics are jus…
 
In this episode we have special guest front-end engineer and technical writer Samaila Bala from Nigeria. We discuss several use cases of the React design patterns he has written about, such as the Compound Components Pattern and Provider Pattern. He also discusses his Send Cash app, and how it allows people to transfer money internationally with mo…
 
It's not every day that you learn a new approach to error handling for Ruby. Today Abiodun Olowode shares her insights with railway oriented programming (ROP), a functional programming technique that allows sequential execution of functions, not necessarily synchronous. The key concept is that each function can only accept and return Container of e…
 
Nato Boram joins the show to share how to publish static GitHub pages of your documentation using GitHub actions. Allen and Nathan also discuss Elixir compared to other languages, functional ways of programming, and the “let it crash” philosophy. Finally, they end the show with ideas on how Elixir can become a better language. In this episode… Nato…
 
Steve, AJ, and Dan talk to Drew Baker, co-founder of Los Angeles based digital agency Funkhaus about Storybook and Nuxt. After a discussion of various server side rendering methods, Drew talks about how they use Storybook, how it integrates tightly with Nuxt, and how it helps Funkhaus quickly and cleanly spin up sites for large customers. Sponsors …
 
In today’s episode we talk with Drew Baker, the technical director at Funkhaus, a digital agency specializing in web development, branding, identity and full content programming. This engineering team of six people work mostly in Vue, and with a Webby award for their work on Songs from Scratch, we gain a lot of background, tips and lessons learned …
 
GraphQL is a flexible, strongly-typed query language. It's useful because it gives front-end developers the ability to query the database without many changes to the back-end. In this episode, David Sanchez explains how to design and build GraphQL APIs in Rails. In this Episode… What is GraphQL and how do you get started with it? What are the advan…
 
Hossein Mousavi shares his methodology to angular form by presenting his template driven approach vs. reactive form approach. They also discuss the differences between form control, form group, and form array, and how you can build upon the elements within Angular through modular patterns and object-oriented project paradigms. Finally, they discuss…
 
AutoML (automated machine learning) has become a hot topic over the past few years. Abid Ali Awan joins the show to share his approach to AutoML, when and how to utilize it compared to classic approaches. Ben and Abid also discuss open-source vs. proprietary platforms. What is AutoML? Automated machine learning provides methods and processes to mak…
 
Tobi Pfeiffer, creator of Benchee, joins the show to share his perspective on benchmarking and Elixir integrations. The hosts start by bantering with Tobi about the Elixir community, deeming it less inviting compared to other language communities. Tobi then shares his career progression, how he landed in the Elixir ecosystem, and why he created Ben…
 
Enjoy this philosophical conversation around building code more responsibly and how ethics and accountability is to be integrated into the DevOps industry. Eric Tank joins the show and shares his perspective on how to “develop for deprecation”. Building a code that is documented, tested, monitored, and deployed is important, but can you easily pass…
 
In this special all-panelist episode, we discuss all things on how to stand out! We’ll discuss everything from standing out in a crowd, standing out as a software developer, and how to get your name out there. We also talk about why this is an important topic to delve into. We’ll give you tips on finding success by choosing what you find interestin…
 
Today we talk with Dejan Miličić, a consultant with more than 20 years of experience as a professional software developer with RavenDB. His areas of expertise are designing, writing, and maintaining applications, with a focus on software architecture and backend development. Dejan discusses the challenges and benefits of NoSQL databases, and what h…
 
In this episode, we talk with special guest Samuel Adewole. He is a front end engineer at Jagaad in Italy, working in design & development of cloud-based applications, mobile apps and scalable products. We discuss his work with building re-usable components with Vue 3. He walks through step by step, giving insight to the process and pieces of his w…
 
Video is considered the most complicated data to process and the volumes of video production are growing from day to day. Ben and Michael talk with Oleg and Anastasiya about how to leverage robotics and advanced cognitive computing-based video processing algorithms to automate the most routine parts of editing and post-production. Specifically, the…
 
Have you considered the significance of infrastructure as code and its importance in the industry? Will, Jillian, and Jonathan deep dive into this topic, plus discuss Amazon CDK and current frameworks and tools for the best workflows. Sponsors Tonic.ai Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Picks Jonathan- Kivick CLI Tool – Jonathan created a Go Driv…
 
Anton Ivanopoulos joins the show today to share his approach with using Isolator and Sidekiq to ensure simple, efficient background jobs for Ruby. Discover how Isolator and Sidekiq integrate and how you can have more reliable message processing, group jobs into a set to follow their progress, and ultimately stop worrying about queues and focus on y…
 
In this Episode we talk with Chase Granberry of Supabase discussing the role of Elixir and other languages at the company. Upcoming developments and potential directions that the company may take. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching | Top End Devs Links Demo Site GitHub: Supabase / realtime-js stressgrid.com Logflare Supabase Picks Allen - Phoenix LiveV…
 
Ever wish you had some great advice before you needed it? In this panelists episode we talk all about red flags when interviewing with a new company, and things to look for and be aware of during the process. We look at some red flags in coding, and include some tips on finding good code. We look at red flags while working with teams, managers and …
 
In this episode, we talk with Max Kordek of Lisk, a leading expert on Blockchain. You’ll learn about what a Blockchain is, how it works, and the benefits of using it. There is also discussion on the opportunities that blockchain presents for the JavaScript developer. How does blockchain work as a decentralized ledger accessed across the world? We d…
 
Erik Hanchett is a prominent voice in the VueJs community with his popular Program With Erik YouTube channel, courses, and other resources. Erik now works as a developer at Amazon Web Services, so today Erik talks about how Vue is used at AWS in the Amplify UI tools. He goes over what Amplify is, how it helps developers easily create and configure …
 
Jillian, Jonathan, and Will break down the process of building a DevOps team. They address the breadth of skills from writing skills to provisioning cloud and server resources. They also dive into organizing human and other resources to successfully build and grow a DevOps team. Sponsors Tonic.ai Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-d…
 
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