In episode 151 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about the importance of customer experience, code gardening, and application specifications and requirements.

In episode 149 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about the benefits of low-tech solutions, pricing flexibility, and discuss the meaning of clean architecture.

In episode 148 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about the complexities of user accounts, keeping data in-sync with external parties, and Refactor Fridays.

In episode 147 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about learning when you're most productive, improving things incrementally, and Rockwell's new side gig doing DevOps.

In episode 146 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about learning programming languages, building apps to scratch your own itch, and Sean's reminder tool Bethink.life

In episode 145 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell recap more talks from Elixir Conf 2018, as well as talk about code editors versus IDEs, and updates to NuxtJS and macOS.

In episode 144 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell recap a few talks from Elixir Conf 2018, as well as talk about project management tools, Phoenix LiveView, and Elixir Typespecs.

In episode 143 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about working with customer email subscriptions, reducing operational costs, and how Discord handles 2.5 million WebRTC users.

In episode 142 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about mechanical keyboards, replacing Vuex with custom controllers, and implementing GraphQL with Dataloader.

In today's episode of Does Not Compute, Rockwell narrows in on front-end performance issues and mutation side-effects while Sean works out some Vuex kinks.

In episode 140 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about migrating away from jQuery, implementing Vuex's Dynamic Registration, and TailwindCSS with utility classes.

In episode 138 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about integrating external APIs, the benefits and downsides of bolt on GraphQL server providers, and the power of PostgreSQL.

In episode 137 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about the difficulties of estimating software projects and accountability, how Rockwell designs hardware for Remote Ham Radio, and tracking your daily productivity.

In episode 134 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about handling app dependencies, deployment pipelines, and debugging memory leaks.

In episode 132 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Apple's declining hardware quality, the Web as a platform, and user privacy.

In episode 130 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the states of refactoring, separation of concerns, and leveraging Vue and Nuxt.

In episode 129 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the benefits of remote development, managing quality of features developed, and changing opinions of Javascript apps.

In episode 127 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the importance of documentation, exploring Docker, and dealing with imposter syndrome.

In episode 126 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about visiting Vermont, learning docker, and talking control of your servers.

125: What's My Name

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In episode 125 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about moving slow and considering things, building features that work around existing user behaviors, and using Google's natural language API.

In episode 124 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about software architecture and design patterns, learning through adversity, and how empathy can help you make better software.

Re-Air: 02 - In the second episode of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul discuss different options for managing image assets within a Rails app, Sean's favorite new way to package a rails app for deploying to production, and how you might not even need to build a Single Page Application with all of those fancy (and expensive) new tools.

In episode 123 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about learning to feel fulfilled throughk your work and how changing the world with technology isn't always a good thing.

In episode 122 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the benefits of pair programming, and how a little introspection each day can keep you motivated.

121: Outgrowing Ego

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In episode 121 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about switching priorities from tech based things to people based things, building software for the user on the other side, and learning to see past the mountain in front of you through experience.

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.

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.

118: Paring Down

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In episode 118 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's first full week on the road, avoiding fire ants and spiders, and about pairing down your belongings to a few quality items.

In episode 117 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about music they're into lately and the insecurty that comes with letting someone into a codebase you've grown from the ground up.

In episode 116 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about rethinking Sean's approach to organizing Ecto Schemas, learning and growing from incorrect assumptions, and digging into a new Nuxt.js app for Design Kollective.

115: CTOing is Hard

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In episode 115 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Phoenix contexts, refactoring a production Elixir app, and learning how to be CTO's past the MVP phase.

In episode 114 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's first week at Design Kollective, vscode, learning how to work with a new code base, and how Phoenix 1.3 encourages good code organization by its design.

In episode 113 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's new job with Design Kollective, developer workflows, and about becoming the person you want to be one decision at a time.

In episode 111 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's new job, Combat Jiu Jitsu, and implementing GraphQL with Elixir's Absinthe library

In episode 110 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Tacos and Affogatos, UFC 220 and the importance of fundamentals, and about keeping a journal for personal and professional growth.

In episode 107 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about living in an RV in San Francisco and boiling web apps down to data input and output.

In episode 106 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the importance of HTTPS and VPNs, 1Password and RememBear, and using PostGIS to build location aware features for into your app.

In episode 105 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about wireframing with Balsamiq, project management with GitHub and ZenHub, and how doubling down on sleep is always the right idea.

In episode 104 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about streaming on Twitch, being at your desk vs. being present, F.lux/Nightshift, and the importance of a steady sleep schedule.

103: CSS Anxiety

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In episode 103 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Destiny 2, choosing a stack for an MVP, Nuxt.js, and sunsetting Coffeescript.

In episode 102 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk Whizzy Wheels, using Raspberry PI/Homekit to control your lights, how spreadsheets are often overlooked and under utilized, and the differences between relational and document based data bases

In episode 101 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Sean's recent launch of Design Kollective, JSON and Postgres, and Paul's RV progress.

In episode 100 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the perceptual cliff, Ecto.Changeset, ExUnit, and reflect on the past 100 episodes of the show.

In episode 99 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about getting things for free with tools like Unity 3D and Unreal Engine, Apple's ARKit, and the future of Augmented Reality.

In episode 98 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about checking out the county fair, NestNotes going live in the app store, and Basecamp 3's ios app architecture.

In episode 97 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about building SSR Spas, how far the modern javascript workflow has come, five day bug fixes, and converting coffeescript to ES6.

In episode 96 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about oAuth, email confirmation and users, and how sometimes choosing to use that big pacakge hurts you in the long run.

95: Earned Trust

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In episode 95 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about surviving the thunder dome aka PUBG, M.2, the Logitech MX Master mouse, and using Nuxt.js to build both ssr/spa and pure spa apps.

In episode 94 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about splitting JS into multiple bundles with Webpack, Nuxt.js community modules, and how they each approached authorization and permissions for their applications.

In episode 93 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using Ecto in comparrison to ActiveRecord to learn SQL, Postgres's Trigger Functions, SQL Views, and the importance of writing good documentation and developer guides for your app.

92: Dev Surgeons

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In episode 92 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Nuxt.js and PWAs, Pomodoro, using 1Password, and backup paranoia.

90: Buffet of Work

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In episode 90 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the differences in building apps when you have user data, 2 Factor auth with 1Password, microcosm, and Paul's upcoming RV move.

In episode 89 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about trusting Stripe and Shopify to know what's best when it comes to payment forms and checkout, saving your time and sanity by delegating ops work to Heroku, and how making decisions because of a scale you don't yet have "but might someday" isn't a good idea.

In episode 86 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about wrangling the Touch Bar using BetterTouchTool, battling guilt while taking breaks from work throughout the day, and Paul's shiny new MacBook Pro.

In episode 83 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how Paul wrapped his Vue.js app in a thin Cordova wrapper, shipping web based mobile apps to the App Store, and why focussing on the basics of usability for web and mobile apps is so important.

In episode 83 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Sean's new ultrawide monitor & recording interface, their new found addiction with the game Factorio, and using JSON Schema and JSONB to create flexible yet validatable data storage with Postgres.

In episode 82 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about evaluating a new 2016 MacBook Pro, searching for a good external monitor, and doing things the idiomatic way instead of doing things the way you've always done them.

In episode 81 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using Codepen's projects feature for quick R&D projects, about remembering sIFR font replacement, and Sean's continued Elixir exploration.

80: Real-ality

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In episode 80 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about more about VR, how we might already be living in a simulation, and the cost of building a Windows machine vs. the cost of Apple hardware.

In episode 79 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using dependencies wisely, Paul's participation in Ludem Dare 38, and about how learning new things is such a great way to improve your existing skills.

In episode 78 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's new game Microcosm, IDE's and Unity 3D, and strongly typed languages.

77: Oh, Emails.

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In episode 77 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about foregoing DSL's in favor of more control over an Elasticsearch implementation, using MJML to build transactional emails with Rails, and using Docker to mirror your development environment with your production environmen

In episode 76 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about exploring new languages in search of performance benefits, when it might be ok to re-write an app to boost performance, and how decoupling your application backend from the frontend can give you the flexibility you need to explore your options.

In episode 75 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using VPNs around the clock, API and Vuex implementation details, and about building reliable and boring appications

In episode 73 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about taking a brief look at Go, using Nuxt.js in production, and using GitHub Projects to not only help keep you organized, but also to keep your team members in the loop

73: Vacation Dread

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In episode 73 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's API connected IOT alarm clock, Using Papertrail for setting up notifications from your app's logs, and using Nuxt.js to churn out server rendered Vue.js apps.

In episode 72 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Sean's new ventures in Elixir, and about how making hard decisions now will help you see benefits in the long term.

In episode 71 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using the Paw app to make app migration and deploys just a little easier with Heroku and using one GitHub "issues" repository for decoupled server/client apps.

69: Don't @ Me

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In episode 69 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Google Sheet's handy feature called Explore, Heroku's Dataclips and a gem called Blazer for business intelligence, and why we disagree with the notion that if you can't do without tools then you're not a real developer.

In episode 68 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how you should check your data backups right this instant, Heroku Pipelines, Rails Form Helpers vs. Spas, and how changing your focus just a bit can bring you relief from Javascript Fatigue

67: So Very TDD

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In episode 67 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about some basic rules for refactoring, how TDD can help you refactor with confidence, and when it might be time to reevaluate a tool in your toolbox

In episode 66 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the learning the hard way while being in the hot-seat, how leveraging the tools provided to you by a framework like Rails can save you time and frustration, and how Component is just a fancy word for Class

65: Night Brain

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In episode 65 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about NightBrain, why consistency is important in design, and applying the principles of learning on demand to non technology related fields

In episode 64 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about deep work and battling distractions, applying Mise En Place to our trade as web developers, and about how much you can learn about yourself when you're in charge of your working schedule

In episode 63 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how keeping a simple Research file in your project can help you be more productive, how using pre-existing design guidelines can help you make more informed decisions, and about how they are adjusting to their new roles as Designer/Developers.

In episode 62 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's new job and some of the challenges he faces in the upcoming year, how being present can be one of your most important tools, and documentation, documentation, documentation.

In episode 61 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about some useful Rails gems for better sanity checking in development, Webpack and Hot Module Replacement, and how reading the docs is always better than just copying and pasting.

In episode 59 of Does Not Compute, recorded after the 2016 United States presidential election, Sean and Paul talk about a few ways people can protect their digital privacy over the next few years.

In episode 58 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk read receipts and email, why good communication skills are important for programmers, and how learning on demand can help tackle the age old imposter syndrome

In episode 57 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how your tools only matter if they save you time while maintaining quality, and how you can change your programming tools while not having to change your methodolog

56: Poor Sublime

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In episode 56 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Visual Studio Code, JSON Schema, and how learning complicated tools like Redux and Vuex take up more time up front, but can empower you to build complex applications efficiently

In episode 55 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk some more about React, Redux, Vuex, and Vue, but also about how important it is to know that the important part of programming is thinking about how and why you're going to do something before you do it

In episode 54 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about their desk preferences and cable management, React and Redux, and the importantce of specialization as the Front End industry continues to expand

In episode 53 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about learning React, what's new in Vue 2.0, and how the future of JavaScript is bright and full of possibilities

In episode 52 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Vue 2.0 and the ecosystem surrounding it, utilizing presentational, container, and stateless components, and how developers absolutely should be involved in the discussion surrounding user experience design

In episode 51 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about GitHub and GitLab's new project management features, GitHub's recent decision to use GraphQL, and if its ok to like ES5 over ES6

In episode 50 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about life after finishing a long running project, the benefits of Functional CSS paired with a headless CMS, and an awesome tool for pair programming called Hyperdev

In episode 49 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about keeping long running projects organized and the whirlwind that is a project launch

In episode 48 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's new game Slappy, a realtime Node framework called Feathers, Hapi.js, and how much fun you can have by experimenting with new tools

In episode 47 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how scheduling your time can help you maximize your productivity while lowering lower your stress, and Sean's return to Hapi.js and introduction to MongoDB

In episode 46 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about preferring simple tools over complex tools, how to keep your remote teammates in the loop, and Sean's migration from Sass to Functional CSS

In episode 45 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about moving from CoffeeScript to ES6, some observations from the outside in about popular open source libs that are maintained by one or a few individuals, and how picking off low hanging fruit from an issue list frees up those maintainers to do more heavy lifting

44: Gadget Cleanse

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In episode 44 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about feels while being totally disconnected from the internet, the technical debt associated with micro npm modules, password managers and password security, and how the first step in educating users begins with us developers

In episode 43 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Vue 2.0, Sean's upcoming move across the country, and working remotely with an introverted personality

In episode 42 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using Apple's 12in MacBook for web development, GitHub using system fonts, Work In Progress Pull Requests for your sanity, and prerendering your JavaScript.

In episode 41 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Elixir and linked lists, the benefits of jumping into unfamiliar programming territory, and an interesting UX trick to make your users think your app is working

In episode 40 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about simplifying functional programming by using some basic math properties, Elixir, Google's AMP project, and js.org

In episode 39 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how they approach setting personal and professional goals, address the age old question "How does one get started with programming these days?", and how learning a few things about yourself you can dramatically reduce the amount of frustration you'll experience.

38: Onion Problems

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In episode 38 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the power of simplicity when it comes to personal productivity and how that means different things for different people, and how going into situations in life with optimism will often lead to a better quality of life

37: Brain Food Jar

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In episode 37 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about their origin stories and the path that led them to where they are today

36: Smooth it Out

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In episode 36 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about declarative design tools, Decent.scss, and the benefit of moving towards building apps in an API/Client bundle

In episode 35 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about a hot new build tool (and tasty meal) called Brunch, using the CSS will-change property, and write more meaningful CSS

34: Quick Wins

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In episode 34 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about remembering accessibility while building out UIs on a tight time budget, how using an html outliner can help you write semantic html, and how using tools like cssstats.com can help you keep tabs on your CSS before things become out of control

In episode 33 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk GitHub's unlimited private repos, how having your own playbook can save you time on repetitive questions and tasks, and how the right programming cookbook can accelerate your learning

32: Up Your Game

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In episode 32 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how taking a step back from the programming world often leads to perspective, and how to deal with being thrown into the deep end of a new language or framework

In episode 31 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk to Peter Cooper of Cooper Press about how they manage the sheer volume of tech news being shared each day, being able to adapt to new technologies by learning on demand, and the ever changing landscape of social media.

In episode 30 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about building software for people, Sean's first dive into Node.js, and Paul's newfound fondness of functional CSS

29: The Why & How

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In episode 29 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the importance of introspection and project postmortems as a tool for learning, as well as lay out a few tips for dealing with client questions that require you to research before answering

In episode 28 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using todo apps to get things done (or the lack thereof), and how they feel about the slack vs. email controversy

27: Checking Intent

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In episode 27 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the pros and cons to working remotely as a programmer and contempt culture - our intentions are not magic

In episode 26 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the new headless CMS fad, dealing with insecurities as a new lead developer, and Octopus' new SCSS utilities for building sites with Functional/Atomic CSS.

In episode 25 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk to Jon Gold about using Functional CSS to ship consistent interfaces with less code, when it's a good idea to introduce type safety to your javascript, and Jon's everlasting love of Vim

In episode 24 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the Montues, Epicurrence, and Fluent conferences, remembering to consider your users that don't have updated hardware or fast internet, and a few tips if you're on the hunt for a new job.

23: Use Your Words

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In episode 23 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk some more about Test Driven Development, how learning to read stack traces and the difference between error types will save you multitudes of time, and what Sean thinks about IDEs after another week of use.

In episode 22 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Sean's initial thoughts from venturing out of Sublime Text into IDE land, Paul's new open graph image tool called Motif, and how missing the latest web technology boat isn't a bad thing.

21: Force Refresh

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In episode 21 of Does Not Compute Sean and Paul talk about idea debt, creating a sense of purpose over urgency, how important it is to force yourself to rest, and how you can use Nightwatch.js to setup quick end to end tests for your app.

In episode 20 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about JavaScript fatigue fatigue, diving deep into what actually interests you in tech, and the importance of toy projects - just have some fun! That's why we all got into this at the first place right?

In episode 19 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using Git while working with a team, GitHub Flow, what to look for in an open source readme, and some of the available options for deploying your website or webapp.

18: Learning Habits

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In episode 18 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the importance of getting involved with a coding community for beginners and experts alike, and how being intentional with your time and energy will have a huge impact on your productivity and ability to learn new things.

In episode 17 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the Ruby on Rails Doctrine, a few CSS and JavaScript refresher tips, and Otto by HashiCorp, automated development environments made easy (eventually).

In episode 16 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how to get started with webpack, JavaScript Modules, and the current state of modern JavaScript and the community surrounding it.

In episode 15 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Placem.at, Paul's new open source placeholder image service, FancySelect/Selectize and JS based select enhancements, and how you probably already know a few functional programming tricks.

In episode 14 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about testing your JavaScript (the how's and when's), Paul's new imgix open source JavaScript tools Luminous & Drift, and ES6 as compared to Coffeescript.

In episode 13 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about simple CSS grids, SVG vs. Gif and SVG accessibility, SVG vs. icon fonts, and a pretty awesome js based csv parsing tool called Papa Parse.

In episode 12 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Adobe Generator, 5 Active Record tips, Flexbox and CSS Calc for layout, and web accessibility basics.

In episode 11 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about remote development setups via DigitalOcean and Coda, Javascript Closures and Promises, and how to be productive while learning new things.

In episode 10 of Does Not Compute, Paul and Sean talk about learning from your past code mistakes, Ruby 2.3 and POROs in Rails, Programming Idioms, and how simplifying down your methods often leads to cleaner, more readable code.

In episode 9 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how having empathy toward clients can help you stay motivated on long running projects, a few install tips for installing SSL on your servers, and how choosing convention over configuration can lead to greater productivity for you and your team.

In episode 8 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how to manage legacy data migrations safely with Rails, Metaprogramming in Ruby, and the difference in knowing the tools that you choose and being dependent on those tools.

In episode 7, Sean and Paul talk how developers can benefit directly by investing some time into learning design, Rails ActiveSupport::Concerns and Plain Old Ruby Objects, and how to deal with mental fatigue.

In episode 6 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about programmer over-engineering, cowboy programmers, and the duct tape programmer. Also in today's discussion are the new Vue.js devtools, and how Drew Wilson built a mac app over night to scratch an itch.

05: Learn To Learn

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In episode 5, Sean and Paul discuss a very helpful article entitled 10 tips for young programmers, how to use active model serializers in rails, and how to deal with programmer frustration.

In episode 4 of Does Not Compute, Sean & Paul talk about how to break down a new technique or idea into something manageable while on a deadline, how using keyboard shortcuts can significantly increase productivity, and how code is for people, not computers.

In the 3rd episode of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul discuss being just plain worn out, and how burnout is a real thing that happens to everyone, and what to do if it's happening to you. They also talk about how you don't need to know everything to be a good programmer, and how it's important to get to you the tools that you use instead of switching to every new fad.

In the second episode of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul discuss different options for managing image assets within a Rails app, Sean's favorite new way to package a rails app for deploying to production, and how you might not even need to build a Single Page Application with all of those fancy (and expensive) new tools.

In this episode of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul discuss how not to use magic numbers in programming, how you can and should lint your code, utilizing slack communities for instant feedback from others, how asking questions is one of the best ways to learn to program, and how a technique called time boxing can help you focus your time and be more productive.

00: Pilot

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