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A weekly exploration into the people who make JavaScript what it is.

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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

Sponsors Sentryuse the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host:Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest:Jeremy Fairbank Episode Summary Jeremy is a Software Developer atTest Doubleand the author ofProgramming Elmbook. Even though Jeremy majored in Chemistry in college, he was always interested in programming since middle school. After he graduated from college he went to work as a web developer atPlastic Industriesand relied on blog posts and other online resources to teach himself how to code. Gradually as the company’s needs changed, Jeremy transitioned into an application developer. He taught himself JavaScript using the bookProfessional JavaScript for Web Developers. He then attented a Courseraclassto learn on principles of functional programming and gained experience with many front end frameworks and libraries, includingElm,React,Redux,Backbone.js, andMarionette.js. Jeremy is based out of Hawaii and when he isn't coding, he spends his time playing his guitar and hiking and going to the beach with his family. Links JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy's LinkedIn Jeremy’s Blog Professional JavaScript for Web Developersby Nicholas C. Zakas Professional JavaScript for Web Developersby Matt Frisbie https://knockoutjs.com/ https://marionettejs.com/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.coursera.org/learn/programming-languages elm-lang.org https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Jeremy Fairbank: Programming Elm The Umbrella Academy Beyond Burger Charles Max Wood: Orphan Black https://devchat.tv/ https://www.netlify.com/ https://www.11ty.io/ https://github.com/cmaxw/devchat-eleventy JavaScript Jabber - Devchat.tv

37 MIN4 days ago
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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

MJS 115: Noam Rosenthal

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Noam Rosenthal Episode Summary Noam has recently started offering his services and experiences independently after 20 hands-on years in the software industry. His most recent position was as a Software Architect working on the Wix Editor at Wix, an Israeli cloud-based web development platform. Noam was first introduced to programming at the age of seven when he started creating games in Pascal language. He then went onto learn HTML. Charles and Noam talk about how the programming community has changed over the years and how it is a lot easier to access knowledge today. On how to improve as a developer, Noam recommends not staying in the comfort zone of the job description and doing as many volunteer projects as possible. Noam is also a musician and he plays base in Lost Highways music band. When he isn't coding he is busy producing the songs for their new upcoming album with his band. Links Noam's LinkedIn Noam's Twitter Noam's Medium Rack Rust Language TensorFlow Shadertoy Lost Highways Ultimate Guitar Tabs https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Noam Rosenthal: For developers working with JavaScript - learn another language such as Rust Language TensorFlow Shadertoy Learn to play an instrument Ultimate Guitar Tabs Do volunteer projects and do not stay in the comfort zone of work Charles Max Wood: Cibola Burn The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work Book by John M. Gottman and Nan Silver OBS: Open Broadcaster Software

35 MIN1 weeks ago
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MJS 115: Noam Rosenthal

MJS 114: Christian Heilmann

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Christian Heilmann Episode Summary Christian is a Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, working out of Berlin, Germany. Links JavaScript Jabber 332: “You Learned JavaScript, Now What?” with Chris Heilmann https://christianheilmann.com/ Christian's Twitter Christian's LinkedIn Christian's Medium Christian's GitHub https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Christian Heilmann: https://webhint.io/ http://csstricks.com/ https://dev.to/ https://codepen.io/ Microsoft Edge Insider Charles Max Wood: Privacy Badger - Google Chrome Emacs Adventures in DevOps - new podcast on https://devchat.tv/

39 MIN2 weeks ago
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MJS 114: Christian Heilmann

Latest Episodes

MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

Sponsors Sentryuse the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host:Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest:Jeremy Fairbank Episode Summary Jeremy is a Software Developer atTest Doubleand the author ofProgramming Elmbook. Even though Jeremy majored in Chemistry in college, he was always interested in programming since middle school. After he graduated from college he went to work as a web developer atPlastic Industriesand relied on blog posts and other online resources to teach himself how to code. Gradually as the company’s needs changed, Jeremy transitioned into an application developer. He taught himself JavaScript using the bookProfessional JavaScript for Web Developers. He then attented a Courseraclassto learn on principles of functional programming and gained experience with many front end frameworks and libraries, includingElm,React,Redux,Backbone.js, andMarionette.js. Jeremy is based out of Hawaii and when he isn't coding, he spends his time playing his guitar and hiking and going to the beach with his family. Links JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy's LinkedIn Jeremy’s Blog Professional JavaScript for Web Developersby Nicholas C. Zakas Professional JavaScript for Web Developersby Matt Frisbie https://knockoutjs.com/ https://marionettejs.com/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.coursera.org/learn/programming-languages elm-lang.org https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Jeremy Fairbank: Programming Elm The Umbrella Academy Beyond Burger Charles Max Wood: Orphan Black https://devchat.tv/ https://www.netlify.com/ https://www.11ty.io/ https://github.com/cmaxw/devchat-eleventy JavaScript Jabber - Devchat.tv

37 MIN4 days ago
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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

MJS 115: Noam Rosenthal

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Noam Rosenthal Episode Summary Noam has recently started offering his services and experiences independently after 20 hands-on years in the software industry. His most recent position was as a Software Architect working on the Wix Editor at Wix, an Israeli cloud-based web development platform. Noam was first introduced to programming at the age of seven when he started creating games in Pascal language. He then went onto learn HTML. Charles and Noam talk about how the programming community has changed over the years and how it is a lot easier to access knowledge today. On how to improve as a developer, Noam recommends not staying in the comfort zone of the job description and doing as many volunteer projects as possible. Noam is also a musician and he plays base in Lost Highways music band. When he isn't coding he is busy producing the songs for their new upcoming album with his band. Links Noam's LinkedIn Noam's Twitter Noam's Medium Rack Rust Language TensorFlow Shadertoy Lost Highways Ultimate Guitar Tabs https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Noam Rosenthal: For developers working with JavaScript - learn another language such as Rust Language TensorFlow Shadertoy Learn to play an instrument Ultimate Guitar Tabs Do volunteer projects and do not stay in the comfort zone of work Charles Max Wood: Cibola Burn The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work Book by John M. Gottman and Nan Silver OBS: Open Broadcaster Software

35 MIN1 weeks ago
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MJS 115: Noam Rosenthal

MJS 114: Christian Heilmann

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Christian Heilmann Episode Summary Christian is a Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, working out of Berlin, Germany. Links JavaScript Jabber 332: “You Learned JavaScript, Now What?” with Chris Heilmann https://christianheilmann.com/ Christian's Twitter Christian's LinkedIn Christian's Medium Christian's GitHub https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Christian Heilmann: https://webhint.io/ http://csstricks.com/ https://dev.to/ https://codepen.io/ Microsoft Edge Insider Charles Max Wood: Privacy Badger - Google Chrome Emacs Adventures in DevOps - new podcast on https://devchat.tv/

39 MIN2 weeks ago
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MJS 114: Christian Heilmann

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