Have front-end and UX separated as practices? Is the time of the designer/coder over? The great Jen Simmons (Mozilla, CSS Grid, Layout Land) is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest in a sharply focused episode of The Big Web Show.
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This week on the Boagworld Show we look at the challenges of presenting, super powering Sketch app and tracking the success of your blog posts.
Marco Arment and Myke Hurley try to debate what the future of computing may be.
http://www.greaterthancode.com/podcast-player/391/episode-020-jenn-schiffer.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Size: 51.37M | Recorded on 2017-02-15Panelists:
Astrid Countee | Jessica Kerr | Coraline Ada Ehmke
Jenn Schiffer: @jennschiffer | jennmoney.biz
00:16 – Welcome to “Neon Abstract Podcast Erotica!” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!”
01:15 – Origin Story
03:05 – Art
06:37 – Viewing Source and Learning How to Code
11:02 – Getting a Computer Science Degree
13:56 – Pixel Art, Sexuality in Tech, and Online Presence
@aphyr (Kyle Kingsbury)
Ashley Madison Scandal
26:54 – How do potential employers react to your satire?
28:41 – CSS Perverts
36:03 – Vetting Potential Employers and Company Culture; Dealing with Toxic People
Jessica: Everyone has something that they keep quiet about because they aren’t sure of the consequences.
Coraline: Being privileged enough to have the responsibility to be public and show people that it’s okay that they are who they are.
Astrid: You don’t have to separate your passions.
Jenn: We all need a space to feel uninhibited.
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/Filmcast Ep. 405 – The Lego Batman Movie and John Wick: Chapter 2Posted on Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 by David ChenDavid, Devindra and Jeff discuss the inspiring short film The White Helmets, the surprisingly good Riverdale, the disappointing Santa Clarita Diet, and the visually spectacular Legion. Be sure to see Louis CK on dancing as a profession, and David’s thoughts on Six Feet Under’s ending.You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook!Download or Listen now in browser:Subscribe to the /Filmcast: SHOWNOTESWhat We’ve Been Watching (01:00)David: Magicians: Life in the Impossible, Oscar-nominated short-documentaries, Six Feet UnderDevindra: Riverdale, Girls S6 premiereJeff: Abstract, Santa Clarita Diet, LegionFilm News (46:15)Mary Poppins is coming backCastlevania Netflix seriesFeatured Reviews (51:00)The Lego Batman Movie(1:04:30) John Wick: Chapter 2(1:25:00) SPOILERS for John WickCreditsOur sponsor this week is Casper. Go to casper.com/filmcast and use promo code filmcast to get $50 off a mattress purchaseOur music sometimes comes from the work of Adam Warrock. You can download our theme song here. Our Slashfilmcourt music comes from Simonmharris.com. Our spoiler bumper comes from filmmaker Kyle Hillinger.If you’d like advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact us at our voicemail number: 781-583-1993You can donate and support the /Filmcast by going to slashfilm.com and clicking on the sidebar “Donate” links! Thanks to all our donors this week! Cool Posts From Around the Web: ZergNetComment Now!
A look at Leopard and the new Mac Pro, in the wake of the WWDC.Bandwidth for MacBreak Weekly is provided by Cachefly.
Doug has a google hangout with his old pals TV Pow, who call in from Chicago and Milwaukee. Brent joins the discussion too. TV Pow is a trio of composers and free improvisers. They employ samplers, percussion, invented instruments, synthesizers, turntables, tape manipulation, computers and multi-speaker surround-sound systems in a constantly evolving soundscape of sparkling electronics, ambient drones, minimalist techno, and cinematic field recordings.
Jason Snell and John Gruber on iPhone applications Merlin talks with MacWorld Magazine’s Jason Snell and DaringFireball.net’s John Gruber about the likely future of applications for the recently announced iPhone. Who will be allowed