Does Not Compute
  • 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.

  • 38: Onion Problems

    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

    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

    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

  • 35: Ricochet into Brunch

    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

    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

  • 33: Get the Cookbook

    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

    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

  • 31: The Next New Shiny (feat. Peter Cooper)

    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.

  • 30: End User Humanity

    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

    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

  • 28: General Firehosery

    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