It's like hanging out at our software studio in Austin, Texas with Charles Lowell and the Frontside Team. We talk to smart people about how to make the world of software better for the people who make and use it. Managed and produced by @therubyrep.
Alex Matchneer: @machty | FutureProof Retail
- 01:07 - The Introduction of ember-concurrency
- 02:15 - What is ember-concurrency? What are the problems it solves?
- 05:37 - Why not use observables or other alternatives?
- 09:49 - Could observables be used in conjunction with ember-concurrency?
- 12:16 - Simple Made Easy
- 14:23 - Coming Soon to ember-concurrency
- 16:04 - Communicating Changes in State; Glimmer Reference Primitives
- 23:09 - Using References
- 29:31 - Submitting RFCs; Adding Pipelines
- 32:10 - Pipeline Use Cases
In this episode, Charles talks to friend, Michael Coté about being a professional muller and iterative development.
In this episode, we talk to Balint Erdi, author of Rock and Roll with Ember.js, about data loading with the JSON API.
In this episode, Ginger Whalen explains the empathetic sales process.
In this episode, Saron Yitbarek joins us to talk about the CodeNewbie Community, the upcoming Codeland Conference in New York City, and helping junior developers move up in the programming world.
It's all about UI today: what it is, when it stops, tooling, and how it applies to us here at The Frontside.
In this episode, we talk to Marcy Sutton about accessibility both in the big and small picture.
In this episode, we talk to Jonathan Jackson of Ember Weekend about Ember, The Ember Community Survey, and FastBoot.
A Frontsider's-only episode on why it's good to build useless stuff for creativity, accomplishment, and learning purposes.
We talk to Carol Goulding, co-author of The Rust Programming Language Book, about going into business in Rust, Crates.io, and organizing the Rust Belt Rust Conference.
In this episode, we talk to Liz Baillie, of Tilde Inc., about demystifying software: understanding programming, coming to peace with ignorance, math and programming, and getting involved in Open Source.