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In this episode we talk to Ben Slinger about the podcast platform Podchaser
In this episode we start our miniseries, The Time Bandits, and we kick it off with Too Much WIP and how you deal with it.
In this episode we talk about bots with Ed Yau
In this episode the tables are turned and the host is under spot light and talks about technology and podcasting. We talk about why the podcast came around, what tech has been the most interesting, where James thinks tech is going and much more!   SWAG GIVE AWAY:   Contacting James Studdart Website: Twitter: Podcast: Podcast Twitter:
In this episode we talk to Brandon Lyons about Vue.js, another front end technology for Javascript. Where will it end!? do we really need another framework? anyway... Brandon is a Brandon fullstack web developer, with a passion on the frontend development, specifically Vue.js. He currently working at Mcity, an automated vehicle proving grounds located at the University of Michigan. Brandon first got into web development in high school by making basic html websites, and has been working for the University of Michigan doing web development for a little over a year now. The first time Brandon used Vue was while building an account and data management SPA for the University hospital. Since then, he has grown to appreciate Vue even more and has become fully emersed in its ecosystem. On a daily basis Brandon uses Vue.js and python to build a suite webapps for Mcity including an Account Manager, Project Tracking SPA, and my personal favorite, a frontend interface for Mcity’s traffic control api.     Contacting Brandon Lyons LinkedIn: Twitter: Blog:
In this episode I want to challenge what you think practice is, what you were told as a child that it was, I want to give you something that will make a whole lot of sense and change your practicing for the better.
In this episode we talk about a new community platform that is bringing people together to make amazing things with Ryan Dean Ryan Dean is the Founder & CEO of DreamerMade. When he couldn't find a place online to take the next steps on his idea that worked with his zero budget, he decided to create one.  The result was DreamerMade, a collaborative community where members use their unique skills and passions to support each other's projects. Contacting Ryan Dean Website:  LinkedIn:  Twitter: 
In this episode we finalise our mini series on hackathons by speaking to Toby Jones about his experience at the event. Contacting Toby twitter:  website:  github:  Other links Hack24: 
In this episode I discuss being selfish, and when you need to be as a developer.
In this episode we talk about the SOLID principles with Steve Smith (Ardalis) S - Single Responsibility O - Open/Closed L - Liskov Substitution I - Interface Segregation D - Dependancy Inversion Contacting Steve Smith Website:  Podcast:  Twitter:  Github:  LinkedIn:  Pluralsight:  Other Links: Dev IQ: 
In this episode I wanted to talk about hackathons some more, as a follow on from the last episode where we spoke to Emma and Andrew Seward about Hack24.
In this Episode we talk with Gary Ewan Park about Cake. Gary explains exactly what Cake is, and how you would use it. http://cynicaldeveloper.com/podcast/1
This is Episode 0 for The Cynical Developer Podcast aims to help you to understand why you should be using the latest and greatest in development technologies. http://cynicaldeveloper.com/podcast/welcome
In this episode we discuss SAASAAS with Zack Burt, Software As A Service As A Service
In this episode we find out what Octopus Deploy is all about with Chris Hey
In this episode of the Cynical Developer, I wanted to pause for a thought, and make an announcement about the show...   Contacting James Studdart Website: Twitter: Podcast: Podcast Twitter:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk about PayPal with Drew Angell   Contacting Drew Angell Twitter: LinkedIn:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode with talk about Spring with Laurentiu Spilca   Contacting Laurentiu Spilca Twitter: LinkedIn: Youtube:   Get Laurentiu's book on Spring Spring Security in Action:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk about Svelte with Mark Volkmann.     Contacting Mark Volkmann Website: Blog: LinkedIn: Twitter:   Get Mark#s book on Svelte and Sapper Svelte and Sapper in Action:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk to Benjamin Harding about the fact that being a developer is more the coding.     Contacting Benjamin Harding Website: Github: LinkedIn:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk to Sam Schutte about leadership for developers.   Contacting Sam Schutte Website: Twitter:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk about some truths that new developers should be aware of with Dan Moore.   Contacting Dan Moore Website: Twitter:   Get the book USA: Rest of the World: DISCOUNT CODES FOR THE BOOK GiveMeMoore08 - good through Aug 31 2020 GiveMeMoore09 - good Sep 1 through Sep 30 2020   Other Links The Secrets of Consulting, by Gerald Weinberg: The T-Shaped Developer:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talk about Cassandra 4.0 with Patrick McFadin.   Contacting Patrick McFadin Website: Twitter: LinkedIn: Datastax:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talking about Microservices with Christian Horsdal WIN A COPY OF MICROSERVICES IN .NET 2nd EDITION To win a copy enter the draw here:   Contacting Christian Horsdal Website: Twitter: LinkedIn: Book:   Episode Editing by - ( )
In this episode we talking about developer estimates with Aaron Upright   Contacting Aaron Upright Website: LinkedIn: Twitter: Contacting Zen Hub LinkedIn: Twitter:   Episode Editing by - ( )
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Podcast Details

Created by
The Cynical Developer
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Nov 23rd, 2020
Latest Episode
Nov 23rd, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
155
Avg. Episode Length
33 minutes
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English
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