Does Not Compute
  • 145: Elixir Conf 2018 pt. 2

    In episode 145 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell recap more talks from Elixir Conf 2018, as well as talk about code editors versus IDEs, and updates to NuxtJS and macOS.

  • 144: Elixir Conf 2018 pt. 1

    In episode 144 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell recap a few talks from Elixir Conf 2018, as well as talk about project management tools, Phoenix LiveView, and Elixir Typespecs.

  • 143: Discord and WebRTC

    In episode 143 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about working with customer email subscriptions, reducing operational costs, and how Discord handles 2.5 million WebRTC users.

  • 142: Functional Polymorphism

    In episode 142 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about mechanical keyboards, replacing Vuex with custom controllers, and implementing GraphQL with Dataloader.

  • 141: Always Run Your Tests

    In today's episode of Does Not Compute, Rockwell narrows in on front-end performance issues and mutation side-effects while Sean works out some Vuex kinks.

  • 140: Second-System Effect

    In episode 140 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about migrating away from jQuery, implementing Vuex's Dynamic Registration, and TailwindCSS with utility classes.

  • 139: Strongly Typed Parameters

    In episode 139 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about building out GraphQL queries, pattern matching Elixir Maps, and DataLoader.

  • 138: Do I or don't I?

    In episode 138 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about integrating external APIs, the benefits and downsides of bolt on GraphQL server providers, and the power of PostgreSQL.

  • 137: Software Breadboards

    In episode 137 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about the difficulties of estimating software projects and accountability, how Rockwell designs hardware for Remote Ham Radio, and tracking your daily productivity.

  • 134: Dreaming of GraphQL

    In episode 134 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Rockwell talk about handling app dependencies, deployment pipelines, and debugging memory leaks.