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Episode 155 Josh St. John owner of JSJ baits

Cast and Crank Fishing podcast

This episode we went mobile and headed to Norcal!!!! John breaks down a ton of stuff , he's been building baits since 2006 and has a ton of knowledge to share so listen up !!!!!To support the podcast click on the link below to become a Patreon Member https://www.patreon.com/CastandcrankThis month the podcast is sponsored by Irod/Toxic Baits and Bl8nkt .2 winners will get a rod ,bait and set up with some great gear 

1hr 16mins

1 Feb 2021

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#40 Josh St Fort Wholesaler Turned Digital Marketer

Alchemist Nation Podcast With Gualter Amarelo The Real Estate Mentor

In this interview with Josh St Fort a wholesaler turned a Digital Marketer, we talk about what he is working on right now. He says that he's working on a skillset of lead generation, identifying the right audience, and social media marketing and ad platforms like the FB ads and Google Adwords and also leveraging different digital marketing software. To learn more check out the blog and podcasts at http://www.GualterAmarelo.com To register for our Saturday live webinar to start your wealth journey, visit http://www.gualteramarelo.com/Live --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

49mins

20 Aug 2020

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Bringing Surface Material Details into the 3D Creator Ecosystem with Project Captis and Josh St. John

WTFFF?! 3D Printing Podcast: Digital Manufacturing From Design to Print

Rarely in 3D design and anything 3D printing-related do color pattern and texture get a lot of focus and attention, even when they are the first things buyers notice in a product. On a mission in this episode to shed light on these overlooked 3D printing areas, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard interview Josh St. John, a passionate, creative technologist and the Head of Creators of Z by HP with a background in design and digital manufacturing. Beyond form and function, Josh brings surface material details into the 3D creator ecosystem, particularly through Project Captis—a prototype device that uses a type of 3D imaging to capture any material and render it digitally. He tells us how it uses 3D scanning with the process called photometry and where it is headed in the future. Now, achieving the type of material you want for your 3D printed design has become much easier. Tune into this show to learn more about material visualization in 3D design and why the digitization of materials makes a difference to the entire 3D creator ecosystem. More About HP: Capture and Create with Z by HP, Inspiring you for your next creative breakthrough with the Z portfolio designed and built to improve the way you create. Discover the latest Z Book to help you with your latest creative project. Experience your design with HP Multi Jet Fusion technology and solutions reinvent design and manufacturing, unlocking the full potential of 3D printing and bringing down the barriers of 3D printing adoption across industries through materials innovation. For more details about Multi Jet Fusion technology click here.

44mins

21 Jul 2020

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Wabi Sabi and Tattoos with Josh St. Germain

Two Curly Quirks

Want a unique tattoo to call your own, to take to the grave without ever regretting it?Josh St. Germain, owner of Saint and Sinners Tattoo, is the guy to go to! We sat down with him this week to talk about his booming business, some of his favorite pop culture topics, as well as adding some new terms to our vocabulary!

53mins

23 Aug 2019

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Josh St. John

Vet Church

Recorded in Manhattan KS. Josh is an Army Veteran.

32mins

16 Oct 2018

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RRU 027: "Why I Prefer Functional Components" with Josh St. Jacque

React Round Up

Panel: Charles Max Wood Nader Dabit Special Guests: Josh Saint Jacque  In this episode, the panel talks with Josh St. Jacque who is married with two kids and with one on the way. He is a professional product manager and software engineer. Ruby on Rails got him started on his career path and journey. Check-out today’s episode where the panel discusses functional and class components, among many other things! Show Topics: 2:12 – Let’s have a conversation about functional components. 3:20 – Chuck to Nader: “What is your preference between class and functional components?” 4:18 – Nader to Josh: “What is your take on pure components” 5:20 – Who makes these architectural decisions at T-Mobile? 5:46 – Josh: It really depends on the team and the project depending on how they want to proceed. Josh mentions Angular among other things. 7:38 – Chuck to Josh: It seems that through your post you are trying to make code easier? 8:01 – Josh’s background is Ruby, and basic principles. 9:12 – Question directed to Josh about components. 11:05 – Functional components. 11:35 – Some say that functional components are faster/slower than others. 12:50 – When do you know you need/do not need a functional component? 13:15 Josh uses functional component as his default but, of course, there are different factors for him to consider. The presentational stuff is separated. Sometimes he does convert it over. 14:21 – Let’s talk through the log post. 18:15 – Digital Ocean’s mid-roll advertisement! 20:58 – The panel talks about pros and cons of the different components.  21:33 – Ruby on Rails 22:06 – “Why aren’t you using...?” I understand what the tradeoffs are and will change when that time comes. 23:03 – Is there a certain thing that you would tell them about React applications? Is it more just best practice and it doesn’t really change their learning of the framework? 23:28 – Whenever you get comfortable then start exploring another pattern. When you get really comfortable, then you might never see the tradeoffs by using other options. It’s good for a developer to always be open-minded. Keep yourself uncomfortable, and don’t have just one tool in your belt. Try functional components just to keep it fresh. 25:00 – Josh answers a question from Chuck. 27:00 – Josh talks about things to avoid, etc. 27:42 – Nader: “Have you seen the new features and possibly the new features that will be added on later?” 28:01 – Josh has started using new features and he talks about the pros and cons of these.  29:55 – Chuck to Josh: “Are there any features to the components that you wish they would add?” 30:08 – Josh: I never really have run into anything, yet, that is too frustrating. I really like that it is a little limited, and no real big complaints. I would imagine that there are good components around function. 31:42 – Nader to Josh: “Any other topics?” 31:54 – One thing Josh would like to say is that you and your team are on the same page. You don’t want to get into fights on what style you are using. You don’t want to constantly be changing the code. Use one thing at a time or it will get real messy too quick. One example of this is from Ruby: hash rockets. 33:35 – How to find Josh online...look at links below! Links: Kendo UI Ruby on Rails Josh St. Jacque’s LinkedIn Josh St. Jacque’s Medium Josh St. Jacque’s GitHub Josh St. Jacque’s Article on Medium T-Mobile Angular Get A Coder Job Sponsors: Kendo UI Sentry Digital Ocean Get A Coder Job Picks: *Charles Conference in October (UT) Frameworks Summit Podcast Movement CES Home Depot Tool Rental *Nader “A Tale of Four Components” by Pearl Latteier Nader’s Blog *Josh Video Game Soundtracks – Spotify VS Code Extension Weight Loss – Ice Cream – Enlightened

43mins

4 Sep 2018

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RRU 027: "Why I Prefer Functional Components" with Josh St. Jacque

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Nader Dabit Special Guests: Josh Saint Jacque  In this episode, the panel talks with Josh St. Jacque who is married with two kids and with one on the way. He is a professional product manager and software engineer. Ruby on Rails got him started on his career path and journey. Check-out today’s episode where the panel discusses functional and class components, among many other things! Show Topics: 2:12 – Let’s have a conversation about functional components. 3:20 – Chuck to Nader: “What is your preference between class and functional components?” 4:18 – Nader to Josh: “What is your take on pure components” 5:20 – Who makes these architectural decisions at T-Mobile? 5:46 – Josh: It really depends on the team and the project depending on how they want to proceed. Josh mentions Angular among other things. 7:38 – Chuck to Josh: It seems that through your post you are trying to make code easier? 8:01 – Josh’s background is Ruby, and basic principles. 9:12 – Question directed to Josh about components. 11:05 – Functional components. 11:35 – Some say that functional components are faster/slower than others. 12:50 – When do you know you need/do not need a functional component? 13:15 Josh uses functional component as his default but, of course, there are different factors for him to consider. The presentational stuff is separated. Sometimes he does convert it over. 14:21 – Let’s talk through the log post. 18:15 – Digital Ocean’s mid-roll advertisement! 20:58 – The panel talks about pros and cons of the different components.  21:33 – Ruby on Rails 22:06 – “Why aren’t you using...?” I understand what the tradeoffs are and will change when that time comes. 23:03 – Is there a certain thing that you would tell them about React applications? Is it more just best practice and it doesn’t really change their learning of the framework? 23:28 – Whenever you get comfortable then start exploring another pattern. When you get really comfortable, then you might never see the tradeoffs by using other options. It’s good for a developer to always be open-minded. Keep yourself uncomfortable, and don’t have just one tool in your belt. Try functional components just to keep it fresh. 25:00 – Josh answers a question from Chuck. 27:00 – Josh talks about things to avoid, etc. 27:42 – Nader: “Have you seen the new features and possibly the new features that will be added on later?” 28:01 – Josh has started using new features and he talks about the pros and cons of these.  29:55 – Chuck to Josh: “Are there any features to the components that you wish they would add?” 30:08 – Josh: I never really have run into anything, yet, that is too frustrating. I really like that it is a little limited, and no real big complaints. I would imagine that there are good components around function. 31:42 – Nader to Josh: “Any other topics?” 31:54 – One thing Josh would like to say is that you and your team are on the same page. You don’t want to get into fights on what style you are using. You don’t want to constantly be changing the code. Use one thing at a time or it will get real messy too quick. One example of this is from Ruby: hash rockets. 33:35 – How to find Josh online...look at links below! Links: Kendo UI Ruby on Rails Josh St. Jacque’s LinkedIn Josh St. Jacque’s Medium Josh St. Jacque’s GitHub Josh St. Jacque’s Article on Medium T-Mobile Angular Get A Coder Job Sponsors: Kendo UI Sentry Digital Ocean Get A Coder Job Picks: *Charles Conference in October (UT) Frameworks Summit Podcast Movement CES Home Depot Tool Rental *Nader “A Tale of Four Components” by Pearl Latteier Nader’s Blog *Josh Video Game Soundtracks – Spotify VS Code Extension Weight Loss – Ice Cream – Enlightened

43mins

4 Sep 2018

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AMC 0055 - Josh St. Peters, Pioneer Hi-Bred, engages customers much quicker with digital catalogs

Ag Media Conversations's blog

Josh St. Peters ( @jstpeters) explains some of the approaches Pioneer Hi-Bred uses to connect with customers, partners, and interested groups. Mobile devices are key to shortening the cycle to get information to customers and educate FFA students. Josh also talks about the ever changing hardware/tools and how to work through those changes. Click Play button below to listen to audio on line.To download an MP3 version to your desktop, right click on link below and save to your local computer. Josh St. Peters on connecting to farmers and students with mobile devices. Add Ag Media Conversations to your iTunes play list or favorite RSS reader.

22 Oct 2010