Does Not Compute
  • 50: Speed & Function

    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

  • 49: Knocking on Wood

    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

  • 48: The Community Dish

    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

  • 47: Trial By Experimentation

    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

  • 46: Don't Mailbox It

    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

  • 45: Turn Around and Float

    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

    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

  • 43: Productivity Happiness

    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

  • 42: The Coffee's Good But The WiFi's Terrible

    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.

  • 41: Note to Self: Elixir

    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

  • 40: De-Shrouded Mystery

    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

  • 39: Learn to Observe

    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.