Sean and Rockwell discuss modern tooling and techniques for React and Redux. Other topics include wrangling spreadsheets for import, Statamic 3, more on the Second Brain, and Ben & Jerry's ice cream.
Rockwell wraps up the ham radio contest saga for the summer, Sean talks about picking React back up for a job interview, and then they follow up on how the Second Brain has helped their development processes.
Rockwell and Sean talk ham radio contests, roadmaps to becoming a modern developer, efficient note-taking tools so you don't forget things, and the pain of setting up development environments.
Sean and Rockwell share their strategies for coping with stress and burnout, what it's like to live-stream and where that whole thing is headed, announcements from Microsoft Build, and the correct pronunciation of "Nevada".
Sean and Rockwell talk about the Coronavirus time warp, first impressions on learning Python, advancing side projects with manageable chunks of time, and de-stressing with video games.
Sean and Rockwell talk about Sean's shifting role within his company, dealing with high-maintenance customers, developing Swagger Open API specifications, and an important PSA for summer.
Sean and Rockwell record their first live show on Twitch and talk about Microsoft technologies and conferences, being insanely productive with Laravel, and fighting with with Vue mixins.
Sean and Rockwell reflect on Sean's recent interviews. Then we learn how PHP and Laravel have wormed their way into DK's stack, and the reasoning behind that decision.
Sean talks more about learning Go, and what it's like building your own tools. Plus, Vue.js 3.0 beta is out, and Rockwell proselytizes Sean into a Minecraft religion.
Sean and Rockwell discuss video games and their soundtracks, before launching into Sean's premiere Go project - the many design decisions to be made, the libraries and tooling surrounding it, and unique language features.
Sean and Rockwell discuss Apple's crackdown on PWAs, pesky permissions dialogs, Zoom and other working-from-home tools, breaking an amateur radio record with Vue.js, and tales of IT woe.
Rockwell and Sean discuss the journey of reviving an 8-year-old iOS app, accepting user feedback without taking it to heart, more Postgres power-tools, and some California livin'.