Does Not Compute
  • 99: When Syntax Takes A Back Seat

    In episode 99 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about getting things for free with tools like Unity 3D and Unreal Engine, Apple's ARKit, and the future of Augmented Reality.

  • 98: Nerd Out About Anything You Want

    In episode 98 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about checking out the county fair, NestNotes going live in the app store, and Basecamp 3's ios app architecture.

  • 97: What's Your Longest Bug Fix?

    In episode 97 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about building SSR Spas, how far the modern javascript workflow has come, five day bug fixes, and converting coffeescript to ES6.

  • 96: Seemingly Seamless

    In episode 96 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about oAuth, email confirmation and users, and how sometimes choosing to use that big pacakge hurts you in the long run.

  • 95: Earned Trust

    In episode 95 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about surviving the thunder dome aka PUBG, M.2, the Logitech MX Master mouse, and using Nuxt.js to build both ssr/spa and pure spa apps.

  • 94: That Feeling When Tools Do The Thing

    In episode 94 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about splitting JS into multiple bundles with Webpack, Nuxt.js community modules, and how they each approached authorization and permissions for their applications.

  • 93: Climb The Hill To The Next Plateau

    In episode 93 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using Ecto in comparrison to ActiveRecord to learn SQL, Postgres's Trigger Functions, SQL Views, and the importance of writing good documentation and developer guides for your app.

  • 92: Dev Surgeons

    In episode 92 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Nuxt.js and PWAs, Pomodoro, using 1Password, and backup paranoia.

  • 90: Buffet of Work

    In episode 90 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the differences in building apps when you have user data, 2 Factor auth with 1Password, microcosm, and Paul's upcoming RV move.

  • 89: Delegate to Improve Sanity

    In episode 89 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about trusting Stripe and Shopify to know what's best when it comes to payment forms and checkout, saving your time and sanity by delegating ops work to Heroku, and how making decisions because of a scale you don't yet have "but might someday" isn't a good idea.