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Goose&Duck – OpenSource

Dmitriy Kovalenko

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Подкаст про opensource и все что с ним связано. Тут 2 представителя птичьих и по-совместительству опенсорсеры рассказывают про разные-разности связанные с коммьюнити открытого исходного кода :)
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Realistic way to access the new economy. In each episode I interview someone who has created their own career. The common thread through out the interviews is that my guests have figured out how to have time, location and income independence. That last past is important. Many of my guests are internet entrepreneurs who are doing really well physically, mentally, emotionally ect... Alright, lets do this!
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В этом эпизоде самого исторически достоверного подкаста про open source: — Принимаем гастроли подкаста UnderJS — Разбираем историю faker.js и colors.js — Прибиваем Cucumber к мостовой — Обсуждаем моральные вопросы опенсорс-разработки — Произносим «add» как «а-дэ-дэ» — Слушаем рэп про Node.js — Говорим «Да хранит вас Docker-файл» В ролях: The Goose:…
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В этом эпизоде самого стилизованного подкаста про open source: — Связь между Оливье и CSS — Секрет успеха styled-components — IT-компании и инвестиции — Жизнь UI-инженера на заводе Tesla — Фабрики бывают не только абстрактными — Почему в Tesla болтаются ручки — Какими инструментами тестирования пользуются «большие дяди» на заводе В ролях: Гусь-Хрус…
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В этом эпизоде самого серьезного подкаста про open source вы узнаете что... — Утки в 9 раз лучше гусей (по крайней мере, в Башкирии) — Существуют люди, которые знают как устроен Webpack — Вы можете завести личного Жору, который будет вынимать вам данные — Между JS-бандлами и Land Rover Discovery есть связь — Влад связан с Геннадием Малаховым и наро…
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В этом эпизоде самого позитивного подкаста про open source: — Андрей рассказывает о конфликте между nanocolors и colorette — Влад сравнивает Злых Марсиан с итальянской плиткой — Андрей копирует код — Дима запускает дейт-пикер в космос — Репозитории закрываются — Андрей отговаривает заниматься опен сорсом — Резюме пишутся неправильно В ролях: Гусь: …
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В этом эпизоде самого серьезного подкаста про open source: — Дима покупает жвачку — Миша рассказывает о своей квартире — Влад не высыпается — PHP загибается — Миша говорит «Самое сложное в опен сорсе — это выжить» — Промис выпадает — «Кукумбер», «Гёркин» и другие смешные слова звучат — Дима теряет умную мысль (если она у него вообще была) В ролях: …
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В этом эпизоде подкаста про open source: — Дима снимается в Смешариках — Влад называет GitHub contribution graph «зеленым тайлом коммитментов» — Дима просит закидать его помидорами — Влад признается, что он злодей — Богдан скромно рассказывает как он двигает веб вперед — Дима пропускает поезд — Пернатые учат Богдана хвастаться — Дима произносит «PR…
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Гусен Морген, дамы и господа! С вами снова самый маленький из всех big data подкастов про open source. В этом выпуске мы максимально невовлеченно и малопродуктивно пытаемся понять нужен ли сайт open source проекту, а так же выяснить сложно ли совмещать предпринимательство с open source разработкой. Помимо ведущих, в этот раз вы услышите Илью Лесика…
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У нас в гостях Владимир Харлампиди — создатель популярных open source библиотек Swiper и Framework7. Владимир развивает свои проекты почти целое десятилетие и научился весьма успешно монетизировать этот труд. Жмите Play и готовьтесь впитывать тонны полезной информации. В выдуманной студии: The Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenko…
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Поможет ли open source стать вам круче сына маминой подруги? Дизайнеры знают как себя «продавать» и делать портфолио, а программисты — нет? Нужен ли разработчику личный бренд или можно спокойно кодить на работе за зарплату? В выдуманной студии: The Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenko The Duck: Влад Шилов https://twitter.com/Omgo…
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В чем разница между UI-китом и дизайн-системой? Как отличить хорошую дизайн-систему от подделки? Как мотивировать себя делать pet-проект длиной в два года? В выдуманной студии: The Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenko The Duck: Влад Шилов https://twitter.com/Omgovich The Гость: Дмитрий Беляев https://twitter.com/blvdmitry Таймкод…
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Кто сейчас отвечает за ваши sourcemap-ы? Flow больше не open source? Что нового в Jest и медленный ли он? Жмите «Play» и мы ответим на эти вопросы. Ведущие: The Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenkoThe Duck: Влад Шилов https://twitter.com/Omgovich Гость: Валентин Семирульник https://twitter.com/7rulnik Ссылки: Канал «Валя читает и…
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Во втором выпуске подкаста мы обсуждаем язык Rust, его потенциал в опенсорсе и влияние на JavaScript-комьюнити. Ведущие: The Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenko The Duck: Влад Шилов https://twitter.com/Omgovich Ссылки: Новая бета Parcel: https://v2.parceljs.org/blog/beta3/ swc: https://swc.rs/ Бенчмарк сборщиков на сайте esbuild…
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Пилотный/тестовый выпуск «Goose & Duck» — подкаста про open source и все что с ним связано. Будем рады вашим комментариев и благодарны за обратную связь. Ведущие: Goose: Дима Коваленко https://twitter.com/dmtrKovalenko Duck: Влад Шилов https://twitter.com/Omgovich Ссылки: Babel is running out of money: https://babeljs.io/blog/2021/05/10/funding-upd…
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