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Lodash & Open Source with John-David Dalton
Description:
Lodash v4 had been released (by the time this episode happens). This JavaScript library of utilities is one of the most widely used utility belts of the enormous JavaScript ecosystem. We're going to talk with John, the mastermind behind this utility (and fork of underscore) about his experience building such a ubiquitous tool and what it can do for you.We also delve into how to contribute to open source projects and how to manage them to encourage contribution. Tons of wisdom in this one!
Show sponsors:Egghead.io - Bite-sized web development video trainingFrontend Masters - Expert front-end training{Track:js} - JavaScript Error MonitoringWallaby.js - Realtime code coverageCodecov.io - Code coverage done rightFluent - Web development trainingAuth0 - Authentication Made Simple
Links, Picks, and Tips:
John-David DaltonTips: Explore internals of a library/frameworkPicks: babel-plugin-lodash, eslint-plugin-lodash, Why Using _.chain is a Mistake, and First Timers Only
Dan AbramovPicks: graphviz-preview, wtf, react-makes-you-sad, and Petka Antonov on built-ins
Brian LonsdorfPicks: Scott Christopher: ContT, Quildreen Motta: No I don’t want to configure your app, and Purescript online meetup is back
Kent C. DoddsTips: Do open sourcePicks: ReactJS Program, Healthy Open Source, and All Contributors - ✨ Recognize all contributors, not just the ones who push code ✨
About JavaScript Air:
JavaScriptAir is the live broadcast podcast all about JavaScript hosted by egghead.io instructor Kent C. Dodds. Please visit the JavaScript Air website (javascriptair.com) to see upcoming and past episodes. Go to suggest.jsair.io to suggest topics and guests for the show. Go to feedback.jsair.io to provide feedback on this and other episodes. Also be sure to follow JavaScript Air on Twitter and Google+ to stay up to date with future episodes. Also, all episodes are on the YouTube channel as well.

Lodash & Open Source with John-David Dalton
Description:
Lodash v4 had been released (by the time this episode happens). This JavaScript library of utilities is one of the most widely used utility belts of the enormous JavaScript ecosystem. We're going to talk with John, the mastermind behind this utility (and fork of underscore) about his experience building such a ubiquitous tool and what it can do for you.We also delve into how to contribute to open source projects and how to manage them to encourage contribution. Tons of wisdom in this one!
Show sponsors:Egghead.io - Bite-sized web development video trainingFrontend Masters - Expert front-end training{Track:js} - JavaScript Error MonitoringWallaby.js - Realtime code coverageCodecov.io - Code coverage done rightFluent - Web development trainingAuth0 - Authentication Made Simple
Links, Picks, and Tips:
John-David DaltonTips: Explore internals of a library/frameworkPicks: babel-plugin-lodash, eslint-plugin-lodash, Why Using _.chain is a Mistake, and First Timers Only
Dan AbramovPicks: graphviz-preview, wtf, react-makes-you-sad, and Petka Antonov on built-ins
Brian LonsdorfPicks: Scott Christopher: ContT, Quildreen Motta: No I don’t want to configure your app, and Purescript online meetup is back
Kent C. DoddsTips: Do open sourcePicks: ReactJS Program, Healthy Open Source, and All Contributors - ✨ Recognize all contributors, not just the ones who push code ✨
About JavaScript Air:
JavaScriptAir is the live broadcast podcast all about JavaScript hosted by egghead.io instructor Kent C. Dodds. Please visit the JavaScript Air website (javascriptair.com) to see upcoming and past episodes. Go to suggest.jsair.io to suggest topics and guests for the show. Go to feedback.jsair.io to provide feedback on this and other episodes. Also be sure to follow JavaScript Air on Twitter and Google+ to stay up to date with future episodes. Also, all episodes are on the YouTube channel as well.

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