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  1. 17: Comedy, Crohn’s and Confidence - with Courtney Hodgkiss

    This episode includes a very funny discussion with Courtney Hodgkiss, a writer, journalist and wannabe-comic who has in-depth knowledge of the music and comedy industries.

    Courtney is witty, bright and savvy; she also self-identifies as disabled, battling a chronic form of Crohn’s disease. Her condition doesn’t stop her, and is instead the impetus for her pursuit of a comedy career. She is inspirational, taking us through a smorgasbord of modern comedians - which offers something for everyone.

    Read Courtney’s blog here: https://fork-in-the-toaster.blogspot.com/ Learn more about Crohn’s Disease here: https://www.crohnsandcolitis.org.uk/about-inflammatory-bowel-disease/crohns-disease Contact us: @Beyond_Bechdel or beyondbech@gmail.com Enjoy funny women, because they’re everywhere.

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    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/beyondbechdel/courtney-hodgkiss
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  2. WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg

    <p>Matt Mullenweg, the co-founder of WordPress, talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about how the blogging platform has evolved in the 13 years since it launched, powering a huge number of websites that included AllThingsD and an earlier version of Recode.net. Mullenweg also talks about WordPress’ recent acquisition of a mobile journalism startup, the Atavist; how he manages 750 employees without an official corporate office; and why "every tech company should have an editorial team."</p>

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    Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/recode-decode/wordpress-co-founder-matt
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  3. Ep 18: Jackpot - Darknet Diaries (podcast)

    A man addicted to gambling finds a bug in a video poker machine that lets him win excessive amounts of money.

    https://player.fm/series/darknet-diaries-2000363/ep-18-jackpot

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  4. Shifting WordPress to the JAMstack | Netlify

    In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Daniel Olson, Lead Developer at J2 Design and Shinichi Nishikawa, WordPress enthusiast and key reviewer in WordPress.org’s Theme Review Team.

    https://www.netlify.com/blog/2017/02/23/shifting-wordpress-to-the-jamstack/

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  5. Australian True Crime - Don’t Walk Alone at Night. - Whooshkaa - FREE Podcaster Hosting and Advertiser Console

    Generation after generation of women are told that the only way society can ensure their safety after dark is for them to agree never walk alone.  Is it fair?  Is it reasonable?  Is it just reality?  Narelle Fraser and Assistant Commissioner Stephen Leane from Victoria Police join us to discuss violence against women in the wake of the rape and murder of Eurydice Dixon.

    https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=248282

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  6. WPWeekly Episode 319 – The Gutenberg Plugin Turns 30 – WordPress Tavern

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I are joined by Gary Pendergast, a WordPress core contributor, to discuss what’s new with Gutenberg. We find out what happened with WordPress 4.9.6, and discuss WordPress’ future. We also discuss Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub and when WordPress core development might transition to GitHub. Last but not least, we share the news of the week.

    Stories Discussed:

    Microsoft Acquires GitHub for $7.5B In StockGutenberg 3.0.0 Released, 30th ReleaseSimple:Press Forum Plugin Is Up for AdoptionWordCamp for iOS Renamed to WP Camps, More Events AddedSustainability + WordPress = SustyWPImproving WordPress with Static Analysis

    WPWeekly Meta:

    Next Episode: Wednesday, June 13th 3:00 P.M. Eastern

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    Listen To Episode #319:https://wptavern.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/EPISODE-319-Gutenberg-Plugin-Turns-30.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:16:27 — 42.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

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  7. #173: Drip - CodePen Blog

    Show Description

    Marie, Chris, & Jake are back to talk email and this time we’re talking about how CodePen uses drip email campaigns as well as a discussion of how we approach email personally.

    Sponsor - An Event Apart 16:30

    Learn from the best: An Event Apart’s speakers aren’t merely industry leaders with years of experience and deep insight. They’re also engaging, inspiring thinkers who are passionate about sharing what they’ve learned and helping you level up your skills.

    And because our editorial team works closely with those speakers, you’ll find that each presentation sheds light on the next—that the event is not merely a collection of disparate talks, but a curated, cutting-edge curriculum for the modern designer, coder, and strategist. A curriculum that continues after the conference ends, with slides, articles, videos, and other resources shared freely on our website.

    At An Event Apart, you won’t just learn what’s happening right now. You’ll also look ahead to what’s next. Topics people heard about on our stage before the rest of the industry knew they were coming: responsive web design, mobile-first practices, content strategy, responsive content strategy, and, now, intrinsic web design and variable fonts.

    To design a better experience, attend a better-designed UX conference.

    Time Jumps

    0:40 ETL

    2:10 Drip emails

    7:15 Feedback on emails from CodePen

    12:30 What we decided to do was…

    16:30 Sponsored by An Event Apart

    18:15 Apps doing email well

    24:00 Email is good?

    Show Links

    CodePen Radio 157: ETL

    Helpscout

    You Need a Budget

    Email-Is-Good

    Marie on CodePen / Marie on Twitter

    Chris on CodePen / Chris on Twitter

    Jake on CodePen / Jake 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

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    Comments

    https://blog.codepen.io/2018/05/08/173-drip/

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  8. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #176: Intrinsic Web Design with Jen Simmons

    Jen Simmons—Designer Advocate at Mozilla, creator of Firefox Grid Inspector, host of Layout Land and The Web Ahead, member of the CSS Working Group, coiner of Intrinsic Web Design, and general force of nature—is Jeffrey Zeldman’s guest.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/176

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  9. 20 JavaScript Array and Object Methods to make you a better developer — Syntax Podcast 043

    Wes and Scott rattle through ~20 different Object and Array Methods that will make you a better JavaScript developer.

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    Show Notes

    For the docs for all these, just google mdn and the method you are looking for 😃

    3:00

    Why are these great?

    They are chainable

    Immutable

    5:30

    .filter()

    Truthy or Falsy

    8:00

    .map()

    10:00

    .reduce() - returns any shape! filter, create a new shape, add up numbers…

    14:30

    .forEach()

    Side effects

    16:00

    .some()

    can be used as a short circuit forEach

    25:00

    .every()

    .includes() (why not contains?)

    26:00

    Array.from()

    Array.from() takes a secondary map arg

    Array.of()

    29:00

    Object.values()

    Object.keys()

    Object.entries()

    32:00

    Array spread - converts iterable to array

    Array spread - Concats arrays

    Array Spread + Slice. Don’t splice - remove an item from an array.

    34:00

    Object Spread

    37:00

    Function Rest

    39:00

    Object.freeze()

    40:00

    Object.seal()

    41:00

    Object.assign() - no longer needed because you can object spread

    Reference vs Copy in JavaScript

    ×SICK×PICKS×

    Scott:

    Tea Haus

    Wes: SOG Folding Knife

    Wes:

    Sharpening Stone

    Shameless Plugs

    Vue.js for Everyone

    Wes’ Course

    SMASH that Subscribe Button on Wes’ YouTube

    Tweet us your tasty treats!

    Scott’s Instagram

    LevelUpTutorials Instagram

    Wes’ Instagram

    Wes’ Twitter

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    Make sure to include

    @SyntaxFM in your tweets

    https://syntax.fm/show/043/20-javascript-array-and-object-methods-to-make-you-a-better-developer

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  10. WPWeekly Episode 310 – Community Management, PHP, and Hello Dolly – WordPress Tavern

    In this episode, John James Jacoby and I discuss the news of the week including, the removal of offensive lyrics in Hello Dolly, a request for plugin developers to stop supporting legacy PHP versions, and changes coming in WordPress 4.9.5.

    We also talk about community management, the difference between comments and forums, and finally, John shares his concerns on how the Gutenberg call-out prompt is being built into core.

    Stories Discussed:

    A Plea For Plugin Developers to Stop Supporting Legacy PHP VersionsWithout Context, Some Lyrics Inside the Hello Dolly Plugin Are Degrading to WomenWhy Gutenberg and Why Now?Noteworthy Changes Coming in WordPress 4.9.5In WordPress 4.9.5, Users Will Be Two Clicks Away From Installing and Activating Gutenberg From the Dashboard

    Picks of the Week:

    How to Disable Push Notification Requests in Firefox

    Facebook Container Add-on for Firefox

    WPWeekly Meta:

    Next Episode: Wednesday, April 4th 3:00 P.M. Eastern

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    Listen To Episode #310:https://wptavern.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/EPISODE-310-Community-Management-PHP-and-Hello-Dolly.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:20:22 — 44.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS

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