Does Not Compute

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A weekly chat about the lives and workflows of modern web developers, hosted by Sean Washington & Paul Straw.
April 17, 2018
Special thanks to Datadog for supporting today's episode! Thousands of organizations rely on Datadog to collect, visualize and alert on out of the box and custom metrics to gain full-stack observability with a unified view of all their systems, apps, and services at cloud-scale. Out of the box, Datadog has 200+ turnkey integrations including AWS, Postgres, Kubernetes, Slack, and Java (view the full list here). They offer features including real-time visibility from built-in and customizable dashboards, algorithmic alerts, end-to-end request tracing to visualize app performance, and real-time collaboration! Datadog is offering DNC listeners a free trial, and as an added bonus for signing up and creating a dashboard you'll receive a free shirt! Things Mentioned Pasta Water is Liquid Gold, Here's How to Use It EasyPost ShipHawk VS Code Live Share Atom Teletype Pair Programming Focus App Motivation Chrome Extension Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Spectrum If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spectrum community at https://spectrum.chat/specfm/does-not-compute!
April 10, 2018
Special thanks to Datadog for supporting today's episode! Thousands of organizations rely on Datadog to collect, visualize and alert on out of the box and custom metrics to gain full-stack observability with a unified view of all their systems, apps, and services at cloud-scale. Out of the box, Datadog has 200+ turnkey integrations including AWS, Postgres, Kubernetes, Slack, and Java (view the full list here). They offer features including real-time visibility from built-in and customizable dashboards, algorithmic alerts, end-to-end request tracing to visualize app performance, and real-time collaboration! Datadog is offering DNC listeners a free trial, and as an added bonus for signing up and creating a dashboard you'll receive a free shirt! Things Mentioned @kevinjbayer: "https://twitter.com/chadfowler/status/982273942785163264 … thought you might be interested in this thread." CTO Talk - Spectrum Community Prettier Elixir - Mix Format Notion Google Docs Intercom.com Trello Replacing jQuery With Vue.js: No Build Step Necessary Nuxt.js VeeValidate Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Spectrum If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spectrum community at https://spectrum.chat/specfm/does-not-compute!
April 3, 2018
In episode 120 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about camping and national parks, writing functional feature specs for an application, and some practical examples of elixir's pattern matching and guard clauses. Things Mentioned Monty Python - Holy Hand Grenade Grand Canyon Yellowstone National Park Campendium Koa Campgrounds Simplenote How to Write a Painless Product Requirements Document What Goes Into a Functional Specification? Intercom React FAQ Elixir - Pattern Matching Elixir School - Pattern Matching Elixir - Guards Elixir - ProductPresenter code with pattern matching and guards Single responsibility principle Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Spectrum If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spectrum community at https://spectrum.chat/specfm/does-not-compute!
March 27, 2018
In episode 119 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about rethinking separation of concerns, building reusable components with Vue.js, and how relying on some simple Elixir conventions can replace the need for external libraries. Things Mentioned Ecto.Schema Ecto.Changeset Elixir - Atom Elixir - Pattern Matching Bounded Contexts Vue.js Guide Vue.js - $listeners Nuxt.js Vuex 7 Secret Patterns Vue Consultants Don’t Want You to Know - Chris Fritz Finite-State Machine ECMAScript Pattern Matching Syntax ESNext Proposal: The Pipeline Operator Bethink.life Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Spectrum If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spectrum community at https://spectrum.chat/specfm/does-not-compute!
March 20, 2018
Things Mentioned Blair Valley A Goofy Movie - Pete's Trailer Fireflies Glowing in Sync to Attract Mates | National Geographic Inside the World of Fire Ants! Wolf Spider Victron Energy Backline Axe-FX Eric Johnson Helix Native Breakfast Station Alton Brown Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
March 13, 2018
Special thanks to Datadog for supporting today's episode! Thousands of organizations rely on Datadog to collect, visualize and alert on out of the box and custom metrics to gain full-stack observability with a unified view of all their systems, apps, and services at cloud-scale. Out of the box, Datadog has 200+ turnkey integrations including AWS, Postgres, Kubernetes, Slack, and Java (view the full list here). They offer features including real-time visibility from built-in and customizable dashboards, algorithmic alerts, end-to-end request tracing to visualize app performance, and real-time collaboration! Datadog is offering DNC listeners a free trial, and as an added bonus for signing up and creating a dashboard you'll receive a free shirt! Things Mentioned 10,000 Days Tool The Remedy - Puscifer Logic Pro - Drummer Sean's Last.fm Smashing Pumpkins: iTunes Killed the Album Black Panther Soundtrack Underoath - On My Teeth Rdio Apple's Decision to Delay Some New Features and Focus on Software Quality Extends to Mac Baremetrics Stripe Connect Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
March 6, 2018
Special thanks to Datadog for supporting today's episode! Thousands of organizations rely on Datadog to collect, visualize and alert on out of the box and custom metrics to gain full-stack observability with a unified view of all their systems, apps, and services at cloud-scale. Out of the box, Datadog has 200+ turnkey integrations including AWS, Postgres, Kubernetes, Slack, and Java (view the full list here). They offer features including real-time visibility from built-in and customizable dashboards, algorithmic alerts, end-to-end request tracing to visualize app performance, and real-time collaboration! Datadog is offering DNC listeners a free trial, and as an added bonus for signing up and creating a dashboard you'll receive a free shirt! Things Mentioned Vue.js Nuxt.js Elixir Ecto - Schema Elixir - ExMachina Phoenix GraphQL Spectrum - App Engineering Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you have enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
Feb. 27, 2018
Special thanks to Datadog for supporting today's episode! Thousands of organizations rely on Datadog to collect, visualize and alert on out of the box and custom metrics to gain full-stack observability with a unified view of all their systems, apps, and services at cloud-scale. Out of the box, Datadog has 200+ turnkey integrations including AWS, Postgres, Kubernetes, Slack, and Java (view the full list here). They offer features including real-time visibility from built-in and customizable dashboards, algorithmic alerts, end-to-end request tracing to visualize app performance, and real-time collaboration! Datadog is offering DNC listeners a free trial, and as an added bonus for signing up and creating a dashboard you'll receive a free shirt! Things Mentioned Twist Slack Discord Defining roles: CTO and/or VP Engineering Vue JS Elixir Elixir - Plug Elixir - Phoenix Elixir - @deprecated Elixir - Phoenix Contexts Heroku Timber Timber - User Context papertrail Apollo GraphQL Vue Apollo Nuxt.js Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you've enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
Feb. 20, 2018
Special thanks to Gusto for supporting today's episode! Payroll and benefits are hard, especially for small businesses. You certainly don’t have the time to be an expert in things like taxes and regulations. That's where Gusto comes in – Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses! They're hiring! They’re solving hard engineering problems as they evolve our architecture to meet mutating regulatory requirements in the US and beyond. They obsess over intuitive UX, and this requires hidden complexity in software design. Gusto engineers own features end-to-end, including building APIs in Rails to UX in React. Help them engineer a world where payroll, HR, and benefits are easy for small businesses. If this sounds up your alley, you can learn more at https://gusto.com/spec.fm. Things Mentioned imgix Cerberus What I wish I knew when I became CTO Pundit Ecto Schema Phoenix Contexts Ex Machina Factory Bot VS Code VS Code GitFlow Prettier Mix Format Credo Vetur Eslint Vue GitFlow Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you've enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
Feb. 13, 2018
Special thanks to Gusto for supporting today's episode! Payroll and benefits are hard, especially for small businesses. You certainly don’t have the time to be an expert in things like taxes and regulations. That's where Gusto comes in – Gusto is making payroll, benefits, and HR easy for small businesses! They're hiring! They’re solving hard engineering problems as they evolve our architecture to meet mutating regulatory requirements in the US and beyond. They obsess over intuitive UX, and this requires hidden complexity in software design. Gusto engineers own features end-to-end, including building APIs in Rails to UX in React. Help them engineer a world where payroll, HR, and benefits are easy for small businesses. If this sounds up your alley, you can learn more at https://gusto.com/spec.fm. Things Mentioned How to Make New-York-Style Pizza - TMNT II: Secret of the Ooze Binging with Babish 2 Million Subscriber Special: The Every-Meat Burrito from Regular Show Belvita The SaaS CTO Security Checklist Fellow Engineers: This is where your money comes from VS Code - Vetur Git Flow Content King Google Merchant Center Twist Zapier Leave us a review Last but not least, if you haven't rated or reviewed the show yet and you'd like to do us a huge favor, you can do so by clicking here! Show Notes Archive If you're looking for a link we've mentioned in the past, head on over to the Does Not Compute Show Notes repo and use GitHub's excellent search tool! Join Us On Slack If you've enjoyed the show so far, reach out to us on twitter at @seanwashbot and @paulstraw, or join us in the Spec.fm slack community at http://spec.fm/slack!
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