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In this episode, Christopher Schmitt speaks with Wes Bos. Wes is a site and web applicationsâ Designer, Developer, Speaker, and Teacher â probably most recognizable for his online courses such as Sublime Text Power User and React For Beginners.
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On this episode we talk with Mohammad Azam.
Azam is an iOS Instructor at The Iron Yard and the mastermind behind Vegetable Tree which was featured by Apple as the best gardening app in the App Store. Azam is also active on YouTube and maintains his popular channel “AzamSharp” where he shares his iOS knowledge.
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Wilson Miner is the Director of Digital Design for The California Sunday Magazine. His career has spanned Facebook, Apple, and the now-defunct Rdio. We discuss highlights from Wilson’s career, his famous “When We Build” talk, why design alone couldn’t save Rdio’s illustrious streaming music service. (Photo by Monica Semergiu.)
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