James Studdart is a full stack .NET developer, based in the UK. He has experience in a wide range of markets from tropical fish and domestic services to international freight and the holiday industry.
He doesn’t know the meaning of downtime…
In this episode we talk about Developer Conferences with Sarah Withee. Sarah is a polyglot software engineer who loves the intersection of where people and technology meet, she is also an avid hardware and robot tinkerer located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the USA. Sarah is also a public speaker, who has captivated audiences with both popular and powerful technical and anecdotal talks. Her talents extend to teaching and mentoring, giving workshops to teach programming and hardware building to women in tech, as well as to students of all ages. Sarah has mentored middle and high school robotics teams to world championships (as well as built and programmed a few robots of her own). And because that isn't enough to keep her busy, Sarah has even co-organized six conferences and is the Director of Programming for the Abstractions conference. Contact Sarah Withee: Website: https://geekygirlsarah.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/geekygirlsarah Github: https://github.com/geekygirlsarah Instgram: https://instagram.com/geekygirlsarah Twitch: https://twitch.tv/geekygirlsarah LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/sarahwithee Other Links: Abstractions Conference: https://abstractions.io
In this episode we talk to Richie Coss about changing careers from welder to a web developer. Richie trained as a fabricator and worked in that profession for a decade before finding his true passion as a front end developer. His interest in front end leans heavily towards the UI/CSS side of the discipline. For the past 18 months he has worked in the North West of the UK as a Front End contractor. Previously to this he worked as a permanent front end developer for agencies in Manchester and Liverpool. Contacting Richie Coss: Twitter: https://twitter.com/frontendzzzguy Codepen: https://codepen.io/frontendzzzguy/
This episode was recorded live at the Chester Devs - Junior Developer Event in Chester, United Kingdom. If you would like the Cynical Developer to speak at your local meetup, then get in touch and we'll see what we can do. More about Chester Devs: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChesterDevs Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/Chester-Devs/ Github: https://github.com/ChesterDevs
In this episode we find out about developing games with MonoGame with Andy Clarke. Andy develops software for Protolabs, who use 3D printing and traditional manufacturing techniques to rapidly create prototype parts. He is the co-runner of the Shropshire Devs usergroup based in Telford, Shropshire Contacting Andy Clarke: Twitter: https://twitter.com/theMagicWeasel Website: http://weaselware.net/ Github: https://github.com/magicweasel Useful Links: MonoGame: http://www.monogame.net/ Unity 3D Episode: https://cynicaldeveloper.com/podcast/85/ Shropshire Devs: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShropshireDevs Website: http://shropshiredevs.co.uk/
In this episode we are joined by Andrew Kelly, who is here to talk to us about Well-Architected Web Applications. Andrew is a web developer from Cheshire in the UK, who currently works as a Technical Team Lead. Andy has been a web developer for over 15 years specialising in .net core and more recently AWS. He has a passion for everything cloud and will shortly be broadening his experience as a platform engineer. Contacting Andrew Kelly website: http://www.andrewkel.ly LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewkellymanchester/ Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/andyk2122