On the show we’ll be talking to passionate people about a wide range of developer related topics.
Part of the Telerik Developer Network , Eat Sleep Code is the Official Telerik Podcast. At Telerik we believe in giving back to the developer community and we do this by writing, speaking and staying in touch with the software development community.
JD on Testing, Refactoring and Blogging
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code Jonathan Danylko [J.D.] talks about why he values unit testing and how it leads to assurances while refactoring code. J.D. discusses what it takes to maintain his .NET blog, danylkoweb.com.
John Bristowe Octopus Hunter
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, John Bristowe talks about deploying software and managing the process with Octopus Deploy. John discusses his career in development, soft skills, and his hobby projects using Raspberry Pi.
Layla Porter and Women of .NET
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Laya Porter a Developer Advocate form VMware® Tanzu® talks about her project Women of .NET. Twitch streaming, gaming and travel are discussed.
Tech Events Amid the Pandemic
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Ed Charbeneau and John Bristowe talk about the Tech Conferences initial response to the pandemic. Recorded 3.2.2020
Eat Sleep News
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, John Bristowe and Ed Charbeneau discuss software development and technology news from around the web.
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Rock City A11y
On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, we talk to accessibility expect and front end developer Chris Demars. Chris discusses the current state of accessibility (a11y) on the web. We learn about common accessibility problems, mistakes and best practices.
Chris DeMars (https://twitter.com/saltnburnem) is a front end developer from Detroit, Michigan now living in Denver, Colorado. For his community contributions, he holds awards as a Microsoft MVP in developer technologies, Google Developer Expert in web technologies, and is an Oracle Groundbreaker Ambassador. Chris loves coming up with solutions for all types of applications, which include modular CSS architectures, performance, and advocating for web accessibility. When he is not working on making the web great and inclusive you can find him writing blog posts, recording episodes of his podcast, Tales From The Script, or watching horror movies.
Heard about this podcast at a meetup. The tips are really interesting and I've learned a lot of useful info. Thanks!
Great show, great hosts
Really enjoy hearing every episode that comes up. Looking forward to more!