45 episodes

An ongoing series featuring some of the amazing developers from the Flutter community. In each episode we discuss the developer's background, what got them into Flutter and their thoughts on the platform in general.

It's All Widgets! Flutter Podcast Hillel Coren

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An ongoing series featuring some of the amazing developers from the Flutter community. In each episode we discuss the developer's background, what got them into Flutter and their thoughts on the platform in general.

    45. Ariel Ben Horesh

    45. Ariel Ben Horesh

    Ariel is a Mobile Architect at Lumen. Currently specializing in Flutter development, he has vast experience in mobile technologies such as native iOS, Android and other Cross Platform solutions. A recognized team and community leader (Flutter IL, .NET User Group, ALT.NET). Ariel is also a renowned speaker and had spoken at various conferences around the world (NDC, Øredev, BuildStuff, Microsoft Build and more).

    # Prism: Infrastructure to develop modular Flutter applications

    # Flutterfest Meetup

    # State Management: Flutter vs. BLoC, RiverPods, MobX

    # Lumen: Metabolism Tracker - Reset Your Metabolism

    Discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/FlutterDev/comments/11xedf0/new_episode_of_the_its_all_widgets_flutter/

    • 30 min
    44. Viktor Lidholt

    44. Viktor Lidholt

    Viktor is the founder and lead developer of Serverpod, a newly released open-source backend written in Dart for the Flutter community. With a master’s in computer science and over 20 years of industry experience, Viktor has a solid background in software engineering. Before starting Serverpod, he worked at Google’s Flutter team in Silicon Valley. He has held talks and taught guest lectures on programming, app creation, and computer graphics at international conferences and universities such as MIT, Carnegie Mellon, and UC Berkeley.

    Discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/FlutterDev/comments/11d5010/new_episode_of_the_its_all_widgets_flutter/

    • 26 min
    43. Dan Gardner

    43. Dan Gardner

    Dan Gardner: software developer and accidental entrepreneur. Back in 2008 he needed to learn PHP/MySQL so he built a web application called RunPee.com. (It tells you the best time to run and pee during a movie without missing the best scenes.) The website became an international success and has evolved into a mobile application and business that has supported him and his family for the past 13+ years. In 2020 he and his wife rebuilt the RunPee app from scratch using Flutter. They both love the framework and continue to use it in freelance work today.

    # WeArePlay

    # Adobe Flex

    # Laravel

    # Flutter Vikings

    • 31 min
    42. Majid Hajian

    42. Majid Hajian

    Majid is a Google developer expert and passionate software developer with years of developing and architecting complex web and mobile applications. His passions are generally Flutter, PWA, and performance. He is an award-winning book author at Apress and instructor at PacktPub/Udemy and Pluralsight. He loves sharing his knowledge with the community by writing and speaking, having workshops and video tutorials, contributing to open source, and organizing meetups and events. He is also the organizer of several big Nordic conferences and meetups such as FlutterVikings!

    # Flutter Vikings

    # Flutter Community Plus Plugins

    # State Management Slides

    # YouTube

    • 47 min
    41. Bob Nystrom

    41. Bob Nystrom

    Bob Nystrom is a software engineer working on the Dart programming language. Before falling in love with programming languages and compilers, he was a game developer, UI programmer, pixel artist, and computer animator. He is the author of "Crafting Interpreters" and "Game Programming Patterns," a college dropout, and a fairly decent cook.

    # Crafting Interpreters

    # Game Programming Patterns

    # Tiny Wires

    Thank you to the episode sponsor Stream • http://getstream.io/widgets

    • 44 min
    40. Chris Sells

    40. Chris Sells

    Before joining Google, Chris was a contributing member of the Windows developer community for more than 20 years, including 3 years at Intel and 8 years at Microsoft. He’s written a number of books in this area and still maintains a blog that he started in 1995 about his various technical adventures, although he’s more active on Twitter these days. At Google, Chris is the Product Manager responsible for the Flutter developer experience.

    # Episode 30

    # Episode 28

    # Episode 26

    # Episode 25

    # Flutter Version Manager

    • 44 min

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Excellent collection of on-the-go content!

The best way to learn more about Flutter and the community when away from your screens!

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