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S4E26 - I Don’t Want this Application to Murder Somebody
Keith starts off the podcast, sorry the pod off with some exciting news (real-world related). He then gets into what he was working on in the past two weeks with Juniper’s Lab. Keith has been busy bringing in pricing information into Juniper’s Lab.
Jamie started off this week by discussing work he is doing on a client’s new Ruby on Rails app. He is using Hotwire for the high-fidelity interactions and loving it so far. He did manage to squeak out some work on Tatsu over the last two weeks as well.
We end with a little announcement. ✌️
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S4E25 - Keith Go Brrr
Keith starts off the episode talking about all the work he has done over the past few weeks and it's a lot. He did have to rework some of the authentication stuff for Juniper's Lab. Did he launch? Find out after a word from our sponsor...j/k, we don't have sponsors.
Jamie talks about the onboarding work he has been doing with Juvet and Tatsu along with some Rails work he has been working on with another client. Jamie definately did not launch anything.
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S4E24 - I’m Only Using Notion to Manage My D&D Campaign
Jamie and Keith start off by discussing the controversial PETAL stack. Jamie then jumps into the work he has been doing on Tatsu and Juvet. Jamie and Keith discuss what the next plans should be for both Tatsu and Juvet as they discuss supporting multiple platforms.
Keith talks about the work he has done around drawing deck lists on a canvas element for Juniper’s Lab. He also talks about some of the job processing stuff he built using Oban. Keith ends with the schedule on releasing 1.0 of Juniper’s Lab. Wheeeeeee!!!
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S4E23 - To All the Standup Soldiers Out There
Keith took control of this whole episode as he talks about all of the stuff he accomplished on Juniper’s Lab. He starts by explaining the items he accomplished over his holiday break. Keith worked a lot on the deck builder as well as a job that will generate images for user’s collections so they can easily share it. Keith continues discussing what is next for him to build after launch.
Jamie and Keith end the discussion around Juniper’s Lab with some marketing ideas. The launch is getting close.
Jamie and Keith end the show by reminiscing around Seed Coworking, which recently shutdown due to COVID.
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S4E22 - I’m a Salesforce Developer Now
Keith was tied up this last sprint with some personal stuff so Jamie started off the discussion with implementing a sprinkle of machine learning in the next version of Tatsu. He describes a test harness he built to allow for Tatsu to be able to generate summaries for users. Keith and Jamie then discuss Tatsu supporting other platforms like Microsoft Teams in the future.
Keith chats up his Kubernetes YouTube video that he released on CoderJourney. This leads into a discussion where Keith talks about moving Juniper’s Lab off of Kubernetes and onto Digital Ocean’s app platform. Keith talks about his plans for the next two weeks which may include a launch!
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S4E21 - Routers on Routers on Routers
Jamie starts off discussing the final issue around the Juvet process architecture. This leads to a discussion around meta-programming in Elixir. He then describes an email that he will send out to all the active Tatsu users around changes coming to the product in the near future. Keith and Jamie then discuss the future Juvet router in detail and how that will be implemented along with the idea of splitting out the project into multiple different packages.
Keith chats about the release of his new Coder Journey Kubernetes video. This leads to a discussion around Imposter Syndrome which Keith feels he is suffering from because he has not released a new video in a few years. Keith ends with talking about his upcoming schedule as he tries to make time for healthy things.
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