In this episode we talk about Retrospective, we will spend the episode having a retrospective on things we talked about during the year, and things we would like to improve upon in the next year. Thanks for listening to Season 1!
In this episode of the dev team, Jake will make us hungry for pancakes as we talk about the Full Stack, Darryl has a follow up on the Github Game Jam as well as VueConf Toronto, Lastly Mark has another one of his famous lists, of advice we would give to ourselves starting out in code.
In this weeks episode of the dev team Jake kicks us off with the word of the week WSL or Windows Subsystem for Linux. Darryl talks about the monopolies of Amazon, Google, and Facebook and law makers aiming to potentially split them. Microsoft's new Netflix for games, or the Game Pass streaming service and then mark wraps everything up with how to become a team leader in 8 easy steps.
In this weeks episode of the dev team Darryl gets us looking good with the word of the week UX/UI, in the news Mark will talk about a game that rose from the dead during the pandemic, and lastly Jake will bring us home with the definition of done.
On this episode we kick off with Structs, Then we discuss a study of the code interview and the devastating impact it is having on the industry, lastly we wrap up with the 5 things to consider when building a side project.
In this Episode of The Dev Team, Darryl leads us in a discussion about the word of the week "Impostor Syndrome". Next Mark shares some news about Amazon's new tool CodeGuru, and discusses if everyone should learn to code. Lastly Jake will dive deep into what juniors should be doing to advance their career.
On this episode of The Dev Team Mark starts us off by going polymorphic, then Jake brings up Rust and R's climb on the TIOBE index, finally Darryl dives into how a JR should approach their senior developers for help in the code.
This week on The Dev Team we start off with Dependency Injection, Then we cool down as we discuss Github's Artic Code Vault, last we wrap up with how to get the most out of your first 30 days as a Junior Developer.