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  1. 285: AI-Driven TODOs - ShopTalk

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    One Month

    (37:28)

    One Month’s online courses can help you become a web developer, level up your career, or make a mark on the world. One Month was started by two Columbia University professors whose lives both changed when they taught themselves to code.

    Your homework gets graded by a real person every week. And if you have questions, or get stuck at any time One Month support is there to help you. Over 70,000 students - including dev teams at Google, Stripe, Razorfish, Bloomberg and Facebook - have taken One Month’s courses.

    Right now, ShopTalk listeners get a special 25% on all One Month courses. Enroll today!

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/285-ai-driven-todos/

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  2. An Episode Apart with Eric Meyer and Jeffrey Zeldman – User Defenders podcast : Inspiring Interviews with UX Superheroes.

    37SHARESShare NowShare NowGet the Bi-Weekly Bugle

    https://userdefenders.com/podcast-player/1039/an-episode-apart-with-eric-meyer-and-jeffrey-zeldman.mp3Podcast: Download file | Play in new window |

    | Recorded on September 20, 2017

    On this special episode, Eric Meyer, Jeffrey Zeldman and I discuss the premiere web and UX design conference they started over a decade ago. We talk about the game-changing innovations that have come out of An Event Apart, as well as what to expect at the very first Denver appearance on December 11-13, 2017.

    WHO ATTENDS AN EVENT APART?

    An Event Apart (AEA) attendees are UX professionals, developers, and designers—including interaction designers, graphic designers, and UI designers. Project managers, writer/editors, marketers, strategists, and even site owners and clients attend. This wide spectrum of roles speaks to the uniquely comprehensive and multi-disciplinary nature of this single-track event.

    AEA attendees, like other conference attendees, want to improve job skills and make new community and business connections in an intense and fun environment. But unlike the typical conference goer, AEA attendees have that gleam in their eye that comes from the belief that through advocacy and hard work, they can make a meaningful difference.

    Exclusive Defenders Discount!

    Thanks to Eric & Jeffrey, you can get $100 off admission using coupon code AEAUD at checkout.

    Get your ticketCoupon good for any AEA throughout 2017

    LINKSAn Event Apart DenverPersuading Your BossNew A List Apart wants you!

    SUBSCRIBESubscribe on iTunes | Subscribe on Android | Subscribe on Google Play | RSS Feed

    SUPERPOWER OF SUPPORT

    Here’s your chance to use your superpower of support. Don’t rely on telepathy alone! If you’re enjoying the show, would you take two minutes and leave a rating and review on iTunes? I’d also be willing to remove my cloak of invisibility from your inbox if you’d subscribe to the Bi-Weekly Bugle for my best UX/Personal Growth tips and superguest announcements.

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    https://userdefenders.com/podcast/an-episode-apart-with-eric-meyer-and-jeffrey-zeldman/

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  3. GST041 - Akkus auf Rädern - Geekstammtisch

    Mehr oder weniger regelmäßiger Stammtisch rund um Nerdthemen und Webdevelopment

    http://geekstammtisch.de/41-akkus-auf-raedern

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  4. Slack.com — Responsive Web Design

    Craftsmanship and a playful tone characterize the Slack brand. Arquay Harris tells us about how they brought that to life on the new Slack.com.

    https://responsivewebdesign.com/podcast/slack/

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  5. The Web Platform Podcast : 139: The state of CSS moving forward in 2018

    Summary This week Erik Meyer joins us to talk about the past, present and future of CSS. Delving into some web history, discussing why CSS can be overlooked in regards to app development and the reasons people can be off-put by CSS this episode is a delightful insight into the mind of a web legend. Resources Angular 4.4.X released. Be sure to update to the latest patch in 4.4 as there was an issue with the initial release Quick shoutout to the npm package ng-packagr for making it simple to package angular modules for npm As of Firefox 57.0a1, U2F is sitting behind a flag, which hopefully land soon the ability to use YubiKeys and the related security keys Polymer 2.1.0 landed, which now allows the setting of Polymer.passiveTouchGeastures to enable better scroll performance iOS 11 begins rolling out today, which means that Safari 11 has a new set of fixes and features, including more standards compliant flexbox, flags to enable experimental features, WebRTC and Media Capture for real-time video/audio, and much more The upcoming iPhone X “notch” does seem to have workarounds for the web which is good news Guests Eric Meyer (@meyerweb) Panel Justin Ribeiro (@justinribeiro) Danny Blue (@dee_bloo) Amal Hussein (@nomadtechie) Follow The Web Platform podcast on Twitter for regular updates @TheWebPlatform.  

    http://thewebplatformpodcast.com/139-the-state-of-css-moving-forward-in-2018?tdest_id=240060

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  6. Christopher Lauer

    Christopher Lauer saß für die Piratenpartei lange im Berliner Abgeordnetenhaus. Und außerdem in mancher Talkshow. Er war eines der bekanntesten Gesichter der Digitalpartei, mit der aber auch beständig über Kreuz lag. 2014 trat er bei den Piraten aus. Seit 2016 ist er Mitglied der SPD. Ob es mit seiner nicht gerade ausgeprägten Ader für Diplomatie zusammenhängt, dass er da noch nicht richtig zum Zuge gekommen ist? Ein Spaziergang von Prenzlauer Berg nach Mitte, bei Sturm und Regen, über Politik als Theater und die Unfähigkeit, sich zu verstellen.

    Zur Podcast-Episodeseite:

    viertausendhertz.de/ddg23

    http://viertausendhertz.de/ddg23/

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  7. Episode #85 – Web Standards – Medium

    In today’s special episode you’ll hear five short interviews with CSS-Minsk-JS speakers: Aga Naplocha, Harry Roberts, Eva Lettner, Zach Leatherman, and Hugo Giraudel.

    https://medium.com/web-standards/episode-85-7c6c6635b97e

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  8. Interview mit Christoph Reinartz: Design System und Kultur bei Trivago • UI engineering Podcast • UI engineering

    Christoph Reinartz ist UI/UX Engineer und Fullstack Developer bei Trivago.

    Wir sprechen in unserem Interview mit ihm über das bei Trivago eingeführte Design System und die Kultur der Produktteams.

    https://www.uiengineering.de/podcast/s02e05-christoph-reinartz.html

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  9. HMww06 – Vue.js – Herr Mies will’s wissen

    At a children’s playground, getting ready to record an episode of @danielmies’ podcast "Here Mies will’s wissen" pic.twitter.com/p3TAKRUiS7

    — Christian Schaefer (@derSchepp) 2. August 2017

    Heute spreche ich mit Christian Schäfer (Schepp) in Flehe (aber auch nur ganz knapp) über Vue.js. Christian ist als Selbstständiger unterwegs. Wir kennen uns über einen Angular2 Workshop bei den Jungs von thoughtram, sind aber beide (bisher) nicht besonders warm mit Angular geworden. Christian hat stattdessen Vue.js für sich entdeckt und kann mir mehr dazu erzählen.

    Wir klären, ob Vue.js nur eine Eintagsfliege ist und wie es sich zwischen AngularJS, Angular4 und React einordnen lässt, wie man eine Anwendung mit Vue.js entwickeln kann und wie das Ökosystem aussieht. Das ganze kompakt in unter 30 Minuten damit wir keinen Ärger mit dem Parkwärter bekommen.

    Wer, wie Christian, gerne Tutorials bei YouTube sieht, kann sich dort die Vue.js Basics von Academind vermitteln lassen.

    Weitere Links

    working draft Podcast

    WebWorker NRW (Twitter / Meetup)

    Die Laravel Community setzt sehr stark auf Vue.js

    Wie man Sass in Vue.js verwenden kann wird hier beschrieben

    Probleme mit this in JavaScript? Hier wird es erklärt

    Und wie immer gibt es auch zu dieser Folge einen Issue bei Github.

    https://mies.me/2017/08/30/hmww06-vue-js/

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  10. Presentable #28: Everything You Know About Web Design Changed Last March - Relay FM

    This week we discuss CSS Grid Layout with Jen Simmons, Designer Advocate at the Mozilla Foundation. We also cover how web standards are made, how that’s different from the past, and how to keep up with it all.

    https://www.relay.fm/presentable/28

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