In this episode, host Adam Cuppy chats with Tipe CEO Scott Moss. They discuss building the right team, surrounding yourself with the right people and what makes a great problem solver.
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Throughout the season, we’ll be talking about personal growth in the lesser-known edges of software. Fun stuff like unique uses of tech in production, DevRel, product management, and so much more ZEAL goodness.
When you're working with git, you may run across the term "tracking." In this video, Amy explains what that term is and why it matters.
Erik and Zan dive deeper into Elixir and learn how to install dependencies and use them in our Phoenix project.
Throughout your journey as developer you will inevitably find yourself starting out on a new project. Most of the time it is an existing code base that you will have to sift through, maintain, and add features to. This is the best time to identify anti-patterns, in this case magic strings, and offer up some best practices.
In a recent meeting, we discussed the value of having a coach in our life. — A coach isn't just someone who specializes in an area we wish to excel in, but someone that has the ability to help someone else succeed in the same way. From that conversation, Zan, a senior software engineer at Zeal, shared the Against the Rules podcast.
I listen to a podcast called Against the Rules that's in the middle of season all about coaches: what kinds there are, how coaching works, why they're important. ~Zan
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A progressive web app (PWA) is a website that can be installed on your device and provide an app-like experience.
There's a lot of interest around native apps, but a PWA might be a more effective solution. This website demonstrates features that are available, including (but not limited to):
A prolific leaker has detailed Apple's forthcoming augmented reality glasses, and says that Apple will call them "Apple Glass"
The future is here! What separates Apple Glass from other technologies is that these smart glasses will incorporate augmented reality, providing a user interface and other graphics as an overlay to the user's real-world view. In theory, this will give users information about the physical objects and locations they see or create an alternate appearance for the same viewport.