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To all the marketing and sales operations pros out there deep in the trenches, we know your work isn’t always glamorous. And maybe it seems like no one cares about your Salesforce hack or that Marketo program you built from scratch at 2 in the morning. But we're here to change all that. Because without you, there would be no hypergrowth companies. This podcast is just for you. Every other Friday, you'll hear from Sean Lane, aka SAL, Director of Operations at Drift, and leading operations pro ...
 
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Show Description **************** Let's talk Serverless - including using WordPress Serverless, how to solve a problem like local databases, and edge functions with Netlify and beyond. Listen on Website → Links ***** Graphql Prisma Redwood Apollo GraphQL React Postgres Netlify Edge Getshifter Gatsby Netlify CMS Stackbit Contentful How to Setup HTML…
 
We learn all the necessary details to get into the world of developer game jams, while Michael triggers all parents, Allen’s moment of silence is oddly loud, and Joe hones his inner Steve Jobs. If you’re reading these show notes via your podcast player and wondering where you can find them in your browser, well wonder no more. These show notes can …
 
Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, Piper, and Howard, with Cory Doctorow Worldbuilding is something you do to some degree in everything you write. Cory Doctorow writes (among many other things) near-future SF, and he joins us for a discussion of extrapolative worldbuilding. Credits: This episode was recorded by Bert Grimm, and mastered by Alex Jackson…
 
Show Description **************** Chris talks about his desk and cable organization in his new office, Dave talks about his new custom keyboard, and then they go for a deep dive into container queries. Listen on Website → Links ***** Chris’ droopy desk Cloudlifter Designing Your Workspace Moonlander keyboard Miriam's Thoughts on Container queries T…
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Piper, and Tempest, with special guest Yang Yang Wang Yang Yang Wang, an author, actor, and director (among many other things) joins us for a discussion of language, food, and a whole raft of other cultural elements critical to crafting Chinese-American characters. Credits: this episode was recorded by Ross Smith and mastered … Con…
 
Hypergrowth companies are constantly reinventing themselves. At Drift, we often say, "what got us here isn’t going to be the thing that gets us to the next stage.” On this episode, we’re exploring one of those significant moments of transition: how companies move up-market and start to sell into larger, enterprise companies. Our guide through that …
 
is back for the four hundred sixty-second edition of the GeoGearHeads to share more stories from his Geocaching trip with some vlogging friends in October. "" () The live video session from this live stream can be found on . Subscribe to the feed: Email:By Merlin1392, ChrisOfTheNorthWest, DarrylW4
 
In the inaugural episode of Game and Make Up, Haley makes Michael play one of her favorite games: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. We discuss (and 'respectfully' disagree) on the overall quality of the 2006 title covering topics like Nintendo's writing style, Link and Midna's relationship, the game's slow start, and much more. Ending with so…
 
Show Description **************** Chris & Dave talking SEO, advice for pushing scripts to the end of a page, digital minimalism, LinkedIn Recruiters, ARM based Mac computers, and web monetization. Listen on Website → Links ***** Reply All Google Lighthouse Digital Minimalism Apple Events Riot Image Compression Coil Web Monetization Uphold Coil The …
 
We wrap up our deep dive into The DevOps Handbook, while Allen ruined Halloween, Joe isn’t listening, and Michael failed to… forget it, it doesn’t even matter. If you’re reading this via your podcast player, this episode’s full show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode145 where you can join the conversation, as well find past …
 
We wrap up our deep dive into The DevOps Handbook, while Allen ruined Halloween, Joe isn’t listening, and Michael failed to… forget it, it doesn’t even matter. If you’re reading this via your podcast player, this episode’s full show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode145 where you can join the conversation, as well find past …
 
Your Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, and Howard, with Patrick Rothfuss Pat joins us for a discussion of worldbuilding, in which we field a couple of challenging questions from readers. Here are the questions! How do you create timeless urban fantasy? How do you create a compelling secondary world fantasy without leaning on a complex magic … Continue re…
 
Show Description **************** A bit of WordPress vs Jamstack fall out, iPad SVG drawing followup before diving into your questions: Can you use PHP to serve CSS? What's the ideal pipeline from request to deploy? And are there good options for self hosting video? Listen on Website → Links ***** CSS Tricks: WordPress and Jamstack Paper Setapp Han…
 
Every single Customer Success team says that they want to become less reactive and more proactive. But few CS leaders will admit that it's a long journey to get there. Our guest on this episode, Emmanuelle Skala, takes us inside that journey. Emmanuelle is the Senior Vice President of Customer Success at Toast, the restaurant technology juggernaut …
 
Show Description **************** This episode is about evolving the web platform - the change process of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This is a complicated and sometimes slow process that involves developers like us, standards bodies, browser vendors, and people like our guest, Greg Whitworth, who can act as outside influencers and shepherds to this…
 
It’s our favorite time of year where we discuss all of the new ways we can spend our money in time for the holidays, as Allen forgets a crucial part, Michael has “neons”, and Joe has a pet bear. Reading this via your podcast player? If so, you can find this episode’s full show notes at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode144, where you can join the…
 
Your Hosts: Brandon, Dan, Mary Robinette, and Howard, with special guest Bruce D Richardson Bruce D Richardson, who is often credited as BDR, or BD Richardson, is a voice-over actor and audiobook narrator. He joins us for a discussion of reading out loud for an audience, including some mic techniques and best practices for recording. … Continue rea…
 
We're bak with more Titanfall 2! After the dizzying heights of last week's action-packed missions, the campaign continues with a pair of bombastic, cinematic adventures. Join us to break down why the platforming works so well, what makes Respawn's approach to single player so compelling, and how this game has an 'Ark Weapon' and an 'Arc Tool' at th…
 
Show Description **************** Chris is nostalgic for Magic the Gathering, Dave's wishing he hadn't added drawings to his blog, they're both mouthblogging about image compression and AVIF, and Jeremey Keith is back with chapter 3: The Website. Listen on Website → Links ***** Sidecar on iPad A quintessential blogging mistake ChrisCoyier.net ZText…
 
Your Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard How do you decide what sort of event ends your story? How do you set the scale and the stakes for that event? And once you’ve made these decisions, how do you set about writing the best possible ending? Credits: This episode was recorded by Dan Thompson, and … Continue reading 15.42: Writing The End →…
 
It's annual planning time, so we decided to throw it back to one of our earliest episodes all about the annual planning process at Salesforce.com. On this episode, we go back in time – to 2012, to be exact – when special guest Bala Balabaskaran first joined Salesforce as Vice President of Go to Market Technology and Operations. At the time, Salesfo…
 
Folks,,,,, this is a big one. Our Titanfall 2 retrospective has reached two of the game's most infamous and memorable missions. Join us to dissect exactly how the unique gunplay and platforming of this section helped cement the game's legacy as one of the most beloved Shooters in recent memory.Big thanks to Mike Mahardy for joining us this week! Fo…
 
Show Description **************** Natalya Shelburne is out guest to talk about her work at the New York Times, the importance of job titles, design engineering, design systems, and 2020 hot takes and soapboxes: childcare in the pandemic, education, and conferences. Listen on Website → Guests ****** Natalya Shelburne Guest's Main URL • Guest's Twitt…
 
We dive into the benefits of enabling daily learning into our processes, while it’s egregiously late for Joe, Michael’s impersonation is awful, and Allen’s speech is degrading. This episode’s show notes can be found at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode143, for those reading this via their podcast player, where you can join the conversation. Spon…
 
Your Hosts: Mary Robinette, Piper, and Howard, with special guest Cory Doctorow In journalism, that three-character string in our episode title means “Fact Check.” Those three characters are a great way to drop a note to yourself, reminding you to get some answers later. In this episode Cory joins us to discuss when we drop … Continue reading 15.41…
 
The Titanfall 2 trains keeps rolling with the first two proper missions of the critically acclaimed campaign. But does TF2 make a strong first impression, or is the best yet to come? Join us to break down how the gameplay philosophies that defined the original concept carry over into Respawn's first standalone single-player mode!This week, we're jo…
 
Show Description **************** The spookiest month of the year brings discussions of handling pull requests on open source projects, wayfinding on the responsive web, how would having to pay for frameworks change the web, relying on social media for promotion, and chapter 2 of the history of the web as read by Jeremy Keith. Listen on Website → L…
 
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