Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 70 in total
For some reason we can't keep it together this week. This episode was fully edited with Click!
It's all in the title today. Daniel is on to the next thing. It's right on the tin.
On this episode we try to figure out how Caleb can avoid getting a real job. Sponsorware?? Spoiler alert: It's sponsorware.
We dedicate this entire episode to fixing the very bad workflow od recording and editing podcasts. We are going to build a thing and we need your help. EDIT: Irony of ironies, this podcast about how bad making podcasts is was totally corrupted. I've fixed the export and this is a re-upload
In this episode Daniel and Caleb lay aside their ascetic ponchos in favor of the glitz and glamour of affiliate marketing and SEO. This week, folks, we're in the money.
Can we just be real about dealing with Webpack? Also, lots of other goods in this ep!
Justin Jackson, founder of Transistor.fm and host of the Build Your SaaS podcast joins us to talk about all kinds of stuff from finding a market for Livewire to the cause of avalanches. This is one of the good ones.
This week we talk nothing but visual debt. Exclusively. For the entire time.
This episode, Daniel and Caleb talk about Europe traveling, troubling tweets, and objective truths of the universe.
In this episode, we talk about drinking tea and using Laravel Nova.
This episode Daniel and Caleb cover the "Write Less JS" fiercely. There's some real head to head stuff in here, but it ends in a resolution as always. Good times.
This week, we talk about a new technique Daniel used in his test and how it can be applied to other scenarios. We also talk about open source issues, IoC (and practical implementations), etc...
This week we talk about how much money we've made in the past, and how much money we currently make. Real numbers, no vagueness.
This week, we talk about some common scenarios where your tests pass, but production fails. The root cause? Updating model factories without migrating old data in production. We dig into the problem and see if there are any silver bullet solutions.
Today, Caleb and D Coul talk about an odd situation involving Laravel's new strategy for handling Laravel's environment variables. They also go into a hawt new feature for Livewire: backend caching.
This episode, we talk Laravel 6, deploying to the ISS, and a sweet Eloquent tactic max has been using recently to refactor legacy code.
This episode we answer ~30 questions from listeners. We cover lots of ground - gear up!
This episode, we talk about building Livewire Fiddle, some cool new features in Livewire and we brainstorm a ridiculously cool potential addition to Livewire that will most certainly blow your mind as it has ours.
This week we talk about some not as obvious benefits of pair programming. And of course a bunch of other stuff.
This week, we talk about the fun we had at Laracon. We do lots of other fun meanderings, talk about working on things casually, and the good ole' days!
This week Daniel and Caleb talk about gearing up for Laracon, twitter stuff, debugging code, and probably a bunch of other good stuff. It's the perfect Laracon flight companion.
This week we talk about some things we find annoying when writing tests in Laravel and brainstorm some cool solutions!
Today, Daniel and Caleb ask each other the question on everybody's mind: What's on your desk?
We talk about web accessibility, why it's hard to care about it, what we can do to improve our practices a little bit, and a bunch of other random fun stuff as always. Enjoy.
This week we talk about the beauty of Twitter, whether or not it's ok to call ourselves "Engineers" and an interesting problem relating to Toilet design.
The first episode ever that we don't talk about code or programming at all. That doesn't mean the episode isn't chocked full of general geekery though. We talk electronics, soldering, spray-painting, blue's guitar playing. It's a good time.
This week, we talk about the similarities between dirty socks and merge conflicts, and end up with a tangible tool to prove that long-standing feature branches are bad news. It's a reaaaalllly good time.