Does Not Compute
  • 63: Default Patterns

    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.

  • 62: Follow The Breadcrumb Trail

    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.

  • 61: Dive Into The Bare Metal

    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.

  • 59: Post-Election Chat

    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.

  • 58: Map, Reduce & Filter

    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

  • 57: Should Sync Exist?

    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

    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

  • 55: Actions & Reducers

    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

  • 54: Clean Desk Keepers

    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

  • 53: Spaghetti Mess Optimist

    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

  • 52: Let's Be Honest, Everybody's Transpiling

    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