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A podcast about JavaScript, software engineering, entrepreneurship and building awesome software products.

    [18] Florin Pop

    [18] Florin Pop

    In this episode we have Florin Pop, Front-End Developer, JS enthusiast, blogger and content creator, talking about:


    How Florin started a career as a front-end developer
    How he started posting and making a career from being a content creator on social media
    How hard was for him to make recurrent technical content in time spent creating and responding to all messages he gets
    How does he pick his topics for the YT tutorials and live streaming sessions and which of them are the most popular
    His personal coding challenges and THE $200 CHALLENGE
    How hard was it for him to build his Road to Glory
    What should our listeners that are interested in making online content should know beforehand from his experiences
    What are the Good parts vs. Not so good parts of having such a big social media presence
    If making social media content is a full time job and if you can make a living out of it
    His advice for all Front-End devs that want to be like him when they grow up
    His future plans and projects
    Be sure to follow him on:

    https://twitter.com/florinpop1705
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeU-1X402kT-JlLdAitxSMA
    https://www.instagram.com/florinpop17/
    https://www.twitch.tv/florinpop17
    https://codepen.io/FlorinPop17/
    https://www.florin-pop.com/



    News
    JSLeague new workshops:
    Intro to Angular & Node.js for Students Workshop

    5-6th of September 2020 @ Online

    Question of Ep.#18
    What content creators do you follow on social media ?

    Next Guest
    Surprise guest

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague.ro

    • 1 hr 5 min
    [17] Natalia Venditto

    [17] Natalia Venditto

    In this episode we have Natalia Venditto, an awesome front-end developer, Principal Lead Developer @Netcentric & Google Developer Expert talking about:


    How Natalia started a career as a front-end developer
    Interesting projects she has worked on and edgy tech stack she is currently using
    Her experience and challenges as a software architect
    Her experience as an international conference speaker and tips and tricks on how to start speaking at technical events
    Her most read and commented on technical articles
    Why Web Accessibility is important in one's software development process and why it should be considered a best practice
    Her further plans in developing new skills as a FE developer
    The process of becoming a Google Developer Expert and next steps being a GDE
    Her involvement in organizing Women Techmakers Barcelona and their projects as a community
    How does she manage to find time between family life, conferences, daily job, writing technical articles and other personal projects
    Her future plans and projects as a software developer

    News
    Well... given the pandemic situation, all major conferences are postponed or canceled until further notice

    Question of Ep. #17
    Given an unsorted array of integers, find the length of the longest consecutive elements sequence.

    For example, given [100, 4, 200, 1, 3, 2], the longest consecutive element sequence is [1, 2, 3, 4]. Return its length: 4.

    Next Guest
    Surprise guest

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague.ro

    • 40 min
    [16] Alexandru Badiu

    [16] Alexandru Badiu

    In this episode we have Alexandru Badiu, Software Engineer @BEN talking about:


    How Alex started a career as a programmer
    How was his experience as a founding member of the Drupal Community in Bucharest
    The status of Drupal nowadays and their pivot
    His experience with edgy or esoteric technologies
    His experience making music and the web tools he's played with
    The reason behind his relocation to London and his experience as a Software Manager
    His weird interest in pigs and his social media accounts
    Future plans and projects as a software developer

    News
    JSLeague new workshops:
    Intro to Node.js - 28th of March 2020 @WildCodeSchool (https://ove.ro/jsleague-intro-to-node-workshop)

    Events:
    Codette Celebration Day - 7th of March 2020 @TechHub Bucharest (https://codette.ro/celebration)

    JSHeroes - 23-24th of April 2020 @Cluj-Napoca (https://jsheroes.io)

    VoxxedDays Front-End - 19-20th of May 2020 @Sheraton Hotel (https://romania.voxxeddays.com/frontend/voxxed-days-frontend-bucharest-2020/)

    JSCamp - 21st of September 2020 @RadisonBlu Hotel (https://www.jscamp.ro)

    revo.js - 8-9th of October 2020 @Timisoara (https://revojs.ro/)

    Question of Ep.#16
    Given a real number n, find the square root of n. For example, given n = 9, return 3.

    Next Guest
    Surprise guest!

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague.ro

    • 1 hr 25 min
    [15] Claudia Ifrim

    [15] Claudia Ifrim

    In this episode we have Claudia Ifrim, Software Developer at EOS Code Lab and PhD at Politehnica University of Bucharest, talking about:


    How Claudia started a career as a programmer
    The reason behind her decision to follow a PhD
    Her experience as a teacher in an University and how students learn new technologies
    How did she start the Drupal Bucharest (https://www.meetup.com/drupal-bucuresti/) community along with Alex Badiu
    What kind of projects she has developed and the tech stack used
    How does she see the evolution of front-end technologies as a full stack developer and what should we expect in the future
    What is GIS and what is its applicability in development
    Her experience as the new JSLeague trainer and her first workshop about Intro to Docker
    Her future plans and projects as a software developer

    News
    JSLeague new workshops:
    Intro to Docker - 1st of February 2020 at WildCodeSchool (https://ove.ro/jsleague-intro-to-docker-workshop)

    Testing Angular Apps with Cypress and Jest - 22nd of February 2020 at WildCodeSchool (https://ove.ro/jsleague-testing-angular-apps-cypress-jest)

    Question of Ep.#15
    Given a binary tree, return the level of the tree with the minimum sum

    Next Guest
    Surprise remote guest

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague.ro

    • 31 min
    [14] Bogdan Raduta

    [14] Bogdan Raduta

    In this episode we have Bogdan Raduta, Applications Cluster Manager at RINF TECH, software engineer and Angular Bucharest (https://www.meetup.com/AngularJS-Bucharest/) co-founder, talking about:


    How Bogdan started a career as a programmer
    His experience as a technical lead and awesome projects he worked on all these years
    Why did he changed paths from being CTO @Qualitance to working at Rinf Tech
    What is ENSO Foundation (https://enso-foundation.org/) and how did it all start
    His involvement in Bucharest School of AI (https://www.facebook.com/bucharestschoolofai/)
    What type of cool projects is he developing at Rinf Tech
    How is it being involved in the developer community in Bucharest
    His future plans as a developer and manager

    News
    We have ended 2019 being the developer community in Bucharest with most events: we organized 13 community workshops (https://www.jsleague.ro/workshops.html), 1 JSHacks hackathon (https://jshacks.io/) and 1 JSQuiz (https://www.facebook.com/events/463913434245064/), so we have this nice thing going on for us.

    We are preparing for an awesome 2020 year of workshops and events and we have already have decided the first 3 community workshops, so stay tuned!

    Question of Ep.#14
    What would you like to listen next year at JSLeague Show, either subjects or awesome people you would like to hear. Email us your thoughts at show@jsleague.ro

    Next Guest
    Claudia Ifrim, software engineer and the new JSLeague trainer

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague.ro

    • 57 min
    [13] Alex Moldovan

    [13] Alex Moldovan

    In this episode we have Alex Moldovan, software engineer and JSHeroes (https://jsheroes.io/) organizer, talking about:


    How Alex started a career as a programmer
    How he got involved into Cluj JS community - Cluj JavaScripters
    His role at TeleportHQ and the products they are developing
    How is it to organize JSHeroes, the first JS conference in Romania
    JSHeroes 2019 had an emphasis on mental health and why did they address such an uncommon topic
    The plans for JSHeroes 2020
    Why does he think that we should talk more about optimization, accessibility and user centered design as web developers
    His opinion on different JS technologies and how dev communities are disscussing on social media
    Edgy technologies he has been working with
    Future plans as a developer

    News
    JSLeague new workshops:
    Intro to GraphQL - 12th of October 2019 - https://ove.ro/jsleague-intro-graphql

    JS Events:
    revo.js - 3-4th of October 2019 - https://revojs.ro/

    JSHacks - 25-27th of October 2019 - https://jshacks.io/

    Question of Ep.#13
    Given a clock time in hh:mm format, determine, to the nearest degree, the angle between the hour and the minute hands.

    Next Guest
    Claudia Ifrim, software engineer and the new JSLeague trainer

    Contact us:
    As always you can send us questions for our guests, answers to the Interview Question and general feedback and suggestions at show@jsleague .ro

    • 1 hr 20 min

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