Does Not Compute
  • 74: All the Other -ends

    In episode 73 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about taking a brief look at Go, using Nuxt.js in production, and using GitHub Projects to not only help keep you organized, but also to keep your team members in the loop

  • 73: Vacation Dread

    In episode 73 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's API connected IOT alarm clock, Using Papertrail for setting up notifications from your app's logs, and using Nuxt.js to churn out server rendered Vue.js apps.

  • 72: Lovely Ways to Work

    In episode 72 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Sean's new ventures in Elixir, and about how making hard decisions now will help you see benefits in the long term.

  • 71: Waste Deep in Bugs

    In episode 71 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about using the Paw app to make app migration and deploys just a little easier with Heroku and using one GitHub "issues" repository for decoupled server/client apps.

  • 70: I Got A Fancy IoT Button

    In episode 47 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Paul's fancy new Amazon IoT button, Amazon Lamda, and Paul's new Unblog

  • 69: Don't @ Me

    In episode 69 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about Google Sheet's handy feature called Explore, Heroku's Dataclips and a gem called Blazer for business intelligence, and why we disagree with the notion that if you can't do without tools then you're not a real developer.

  • 68: Slight Moment of Paranoia

    In episode 68 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how you should check your data backups right this instant, Heroku Pipelines, Rails Form Helpers vs. Spas, and how changing your focus just a bit can bring you relief from Javascript Fatigue

  • 67: So Very TDD

    In episode 67 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about some basic rules for refactoring, how TDD can help you refactor with confidence, and when it might be time to reevaluate a tool in your toolbox

  • 66: The Wonderful World of Validation and Callbacks

    In episode 66 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about the learning the hard way while being in the hot-seat, how leveraging the tools provided to you by a framework like Rails can save you time and frustration, and how Component is just a fancy word for Class

  • 65: Night Brain

    In episode 65 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about NightBrain, why consistency is important in design, and applying the principles of learning on demand to non technology related fields

  • 64: Mise en Place and Harmony

    In episode 64 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about deep work and battling distractions, applying Mise En Place to our trade as web developers, and about how much you can learn about yourself when you're in charge of your working schedule

  • 63: Default Patterns

    In episode 63 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about how keeping a simple Research file in your project can help you be more productive, how using pre-existing design guidelines can help you make more informed decisions, and about how they are adjusting to their new roles as Designer/Developers.