Does Not Compute

Does Not Compute is a weekly podcast about the lives and workflows of two indie web app developers.

New episodes every Tuesday.

  • 210: You Don't Need the Kitchen Sink

    Sean and Rockwell talk about two new greenfield projects they've been working on, leveraging Tailwind and Vue to create customizable, reusable form components, Netlify deploys, and the new Oban UI beta.

  • 209: Too Much For One Person

    Sean and Rockwell discuss LiveView ups and downs, iOS development woes, scaling your application's archecture for solo/small teams, and unsolicited beef jerky.

  • 208: Jetbrains Journey

    Sean and Rockwell follow up on a dying MacBook Pro, reminisce about gaming, share productivity tips, and walk through Sean's JetBrains journey to rediscover the enjoyment of coding.

  • 207: Greg Schier, Creator of Insomnia

    Insomnia creator Greg Schier join Sean to talk about Go, how side projects are important to developer happiness, maintaining positive habits, and becoming a supple leopard.

  • 206: A New Slab of Aluminium

    Sean and Rockwell talk about using Domain Driven Design to decouple the procedures for keeping Design Kollective's Elasticseach store in sync, the challenge of following programming patterns to the letter, and Rockwell's new Macbook Pro.

  • 205: Hindsight is Worth Fifty Cents

    In episode 205 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell discuss their goals for 2020 and how they plan to achieve them. They also talk about keystone habits as learned in the book The Power of Habit, learning Go (lang), and recovering from burnout.

  • 204: 2019 Year-End Review

    In episode 204 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell look back at this year's achievements and struggles, and plans for the next decade.

  • 201: Blazor with Dan Roth

    In episode 201 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell have Dan Roth on to discuss .Net's Blazor at Microsoft Ignite 2019.

  • 199: Feature Pi

    In episode 199 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell discuss leveraging Electron with Raspberry Pi's, doing things the Vuex way, and the power of GraphQL.