This is an awesome video out there on Youtube that covers ClojureScript development from the very basics to more advanced topics like building an actual React application in ClojureScript using the Reagent library. The video has a interesting Socratic style where one guy acts as the novice, asking the questions that a viewer may be wondering. The other, although he humbly says that he's not an expert, plays the roles of Socrates, explaining the answers to the questions asked. Overall, I'd recommend it if you're just getting into ClojureScript since it exposes you to some of the syntax, lingo, tools, and frameworks of the ClojureScript world.
I had a subscription for egghead.io back when I started learning AngularJs. It's a great site for bite-sized videos on specific issues and development things. This particular video is free, and it's a great little demo for getting the "new" Angular router up and running
A great presentation by Elizabeth Hall, VP of People at Trello on how they are having a lot of success hiring remote developers. It's true that finding the best developers is difficult, and being able to hire from any geographical location is a huge advantage. Hall mentions that it took some transitioning to a more remote-focused culture but that overall it was "definitely worth it"!
This is a fantastic video on Continuous Integration. I features speakers from Sauce Labs and CloudBees speaking about what CI should be for you and how to get stated with Sauce Labs and Jenkins.
I have a new friend on Linkedin, a Googler named Jon Youshaei. This is his latest post that appeared in my Linkedin feed and really got me thinking about creativity and imitation:
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