dealingwith / Daniel Miller

blah blah blah

There are two people in dealingwith’s collective.

Huffduffed (916)

  1. Payal Kadakia on How Marketplace Startups Can Achieve Product/Market Fit

    It’s rarely a straight line to product/market fit. Here are ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia’s hard-won tips for marketplace startups that helped her guide her company from a near-bust to a $470M game-changer.

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Tue, 22 May 2018 12:50:55 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  2. Marc Andreessen and Chris Dixon

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Sat, 19 May 2018 04:32:28 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  3. #171: The Keyframers - CodePen Blog

    Show Description

    Marie is joined by The Keyframers - David and Stephen - to talk about the genesis of their new Twitch channel and how they use of CodePen to make it happen.

    Sponsor - Netlify 14:30

    Netlify, the powerful and awesome web host we all know and love, now is offering AWS Lambda functions built right in. You make a folder for all your functions, and they become relative paths you can hit to execute those functions. One reason you might wanna do that? Keeping your third-party API keys safe! Just another ingredient that make your fast static sites… not so static.

    Time Jumps

    0:28 Guest introductions

    1:30 Combined forces to become The Keyframers

    5:05 How do you get comfortable live coding in front of an audience?

    7:52 Why did you decide to use Twitch?

    9:10 What was the genesis of the show?

    12:30 How was using collab mode to live stream on Twitch?

    14:30 Sponsored by Netlify

    16:40 What do you have coming up on The Keyframers?

    21:15 What are your goals for the Patreon for Keyframers?

    27:00 Final funny

    Show Links

    David Khourshid on CodePen

    Stephen Shaw on CodePen

    CSS Responsive House

    CSS Only Todo List

    Keyframers on Twitch


    Keyframers YouTube channel

    Keyframers Patreon page

    Marie on CodePen / Marie on Twitter

    CodePen Links

    CodePen Support

    CodePen Spark

    CodePen Pro

    CodePen Meetups

    CodePen on Twitter

    CodePen on Facebook

    CodePen on Flickr

    CodePen on Instagram

    CodePen on Google+

    Sponsor an episode of CodePen Radio

    Buy a CodePen T-Shirt


    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  4. Laura Gates on How to Clean Up Corrosive Interpersonal Dynamics on Your Team

    Laura Gates has repaired interpersonal dynamics for orgs ranging from NASA to Shell Oil, from the military to tech giants. Here’s the system she recommends to startups.

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Tue, 24 Apr 2018 16:59:54 GMT Available for 30 days after download

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  5. Is Vaping Really Bad For You?

    E-cigs, vapes, whatever you call them they have been touted as a safer alternative to tobacco and even a way for people to quit smoking. But recent studies have found that perhaps they’re not so harmless after all. So who’s right?

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  6. Ai-jen Poo: the future of work isn’t robots. It’s caring humans.

    When we talk about the future of work, we usually focus on artificial intelligence, robotics, driverless cars. The future of work, we’re told, is a future where humans cease to be necessary.

    Ai-jen Poo wants to refocus that conversation. When we think about the future of work, she says, we need to think about care workers. Home care work — caring for the elderly and for children — is the fastest-growing occupation in the entire workforce, expanding at five times the rate of any other job. By the year 2030, child care and elder care jobs will be our economy’s single largest occupation. If you’re talking about the future of work and you’re not talking about care work, you’re doing it wrong.

    Poo is a MacArthur "genius" grant-winning activist and organizer. She began her career in New York City, organizing domestic workers, and eventually lobbied New York state to pass the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights. Thanks to her efforts, seven other states have now passed similar legislation.

    Today, Poo is the executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, the co-director of Caring Across Generations, and the author of The Age of Dignity: Preparing for the Elder Boom in a Changing America. In this episode, we talk about how she managed to organize a population of workers that spend most of their lives behind closed doors, why she calls herself a "futurist," and the central paradox of care work in America — that the folks who care for those we love are often the most undervalued and least protected.


    Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande

    Year of Yes by Shonda Rimes,

    My Life on the Road by Gloria Steinem

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  7. Six screens and a power glove | Build Your SaaS

    Why we’re using Ruby on Rails in 2018, and Justin’s hilarious live chat experience.

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  8. Interview: Robin Sloan, Author of ‘Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore’ : NPR

    Author Robin Sloan has written short stories and worked for Twitter. His new book brings those two worlds together to argue that embracing digital culture doesn’t mean you have to give up the treasured books — and values — of the past.

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  9. Bennett Foddy

    In this episode, Liam speaks with game designer, professor, and philosopher Bennett Foddy about  using frustration as a design pattern, positioning games at the intersection of art and software, and who he had in mind when creating Getting Over It. Show notes 👉

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

  10. Josh Lovejoy from Google Clips

    In this episode, Aidan Simpson interviews UX Designer Josh Lovejoy about the design of the Google Clips camera, building user trust in ‘magical’ products, and ways of using UX to help people feel more in the moment. Learn more about the journeys and creative decisions of designers at Google by subscribing to the Method podcast. A few highlights: On overcoming the myths of magic, neutral AI, 10:22 “We can use technology to connect better with the self that we aspire to be. If we can get over some of these myths… I think we are capable of unlocking a renaissance of personal expression and human connection.” Why the Clips camera still has a photo-capture button, 6:35 “It was a fun internal debate for a long time. We hemmed and hawed and ultimately decided the initial version would not have a button. …But then as we iterated over time, we found [a button helped build] trust—that bonding relationship between user and a new technology.” On the beauty of imperfection, 8:26 “When we tried to get things perfect, it actually was really problematic. Even when we hit that goldilocks sweet spot… users still believed that we must have missed something. [Showing more images that users could delete] made a huge difference in confidence level because the user got to be there. They got to be the curator and have the final say.” On taking an empowering approach, 5:20 “We wanted to build intentionally toward answering the question ‘What is memorable and how can we use technology to help people feel more in the moment?’” Handy info and links for this episode:

    Google Brain: A team at Google working to advance artificial intelligence through research and systems engineering, part of the overall Google AI effort. Google Clips: A wireless smart camera that captures images of familiar people and pets.

    Josh Lovejoy is a Seattle-based User Experience Designer in Google’s Experimental Design Group, where he works at the intersection of product design, ethics, and artificial intelligence. Josh also leads UX for People + AI Research (PAIR), a Google initiative to conduct fundamental research, invent new technology, and create frameworks for design in order to drive a humanistic approach to artificial intelligence.

    —Huffduffed by dealingwith

Page 1 of 92Older