Does Not Compute
  • 26: Expose the Fraud

    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.

  • 25: Falling With Style (feat. Jon Gold)

    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

  • 24: Making Connections

    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

    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.

  • 22: Crossing the Aisle

    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

    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.

  • 20: On Demand Learning

    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?

  • 19: Typin' in Google

    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

    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.

  • 17: Safety in Numbers

    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).

  • 16: Hello World Superheroes

    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.

  • 15: Minimum Viable Performance

    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.