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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

My JavaScript Story

Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max WoodJoined By Special Guest: Jeremy FairbankEpisode SummaryJeremy is a Software Developer at Test Double and the author of Programming Elm book. Even though Jeremy majored in Chemistry in college, he was always interested in programming since middle school. After he graduated from college he went to work as a web developer at Plastic Industries and relied on blog posts and other online resources to teach himself how to code. Gradually as the company’s needs changed, Jeremy transitioned into an application developer. He taught himself JavaScript using the book Professional JavaScript for Web Developers . He then attented a Coursera classto learn on principles of functional programming and gained experience with many front end frameworks and libraries, including Elm, React, Redux, Backbone.js, and Marionette.js. Jeremy is based out of Hawaii and when he isn't coding, he spends his time playing his guitar and hiking and going to the beach with his family.Links JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy's LinkedIn Jeremy’s Blog Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Nicholas C. Zakas Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Matt Frisbie https://knockoutjs.com/ https://marionettejs.com/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.coursera.org/learn/programming-languages elm-lang.org https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv PicksJeremy Fairbank: Programming Elm The Umbrella Academy Beyond Burger Charles Max Wood: Orphan Black https://devchat.tv/ https://www.netlify.com/ https://www.11ty.io/ https://github.com/cmaxw/devchat-eleventy JavaScript Jabber - Devchat.tv

37mins

16 Jul 2019

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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

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Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Jeremy Fairbank Episode Summary Jeremy is a Software Developer at Test Double and the author of Programming Elm book. Even though Jeremy majored in Chemistry in college, he was always interested in programming since middle school. After he graduated from college he went to work as a web developer at Plastic Industries and relied on blog posts and other online resources to teach himself how to code. Gradually as the company’s needs changed, Jeremy transitioned into an application developer. He taught himself JavaScript using the book Professional JavaScript for Web Developers . He then attented a Coursera classto learn on principles of functional programming and gained experience with many front end frameworks and libraries, including Elm, React, Redux, Backbone.js, and Marionette.js. Jeremy is based out of Hawaii and when he isn't coding, he spends his time playing his guitar and hiking and going to the beach with his family. Links JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy's LinkedIn Jeremy’s Blog Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Nicholas C. Zakas Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Matt Frisbie https://knockoutjs.com/ https://marionettejs.com/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.coursera.org/learn/programming-languages elm-lang.org https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Jeremy Fairbank: Programming Elm The Umbrella Academy Beyond Burger Charles Max Wood: Orphan Black https://devchat.tv/ https://www.netlify.com/ https://www.11ty.io/ https://github.com/cmaxw/devchat-eleventy JavaScript Jabber - Devchat.tv

37mins

16 Jul 2019

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MJS 116: Jeremy Fairbank

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Sponsors Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan CacheFly Host: Charles Max Wood Joined By Special Guest: Jeremy Fairbank Episode Summary Jeremy is a Software Developer at Test Double and the author of Programming Elm book. Even though Jeremy majored in Chemistry in college, he was always interested in programming since middle school. After he graduated from college he went to work as a web developer at Plastic Industries and relied on blog posts and other online resources to teach himself how to code. Gradually as the company’s needs changed, Jeremy transitioned into an application developer. He taught himself JavaScript using the book Professional JavaScript for Web Developers . He then attented a Coursera classto learn on principles of functional programming and gained experience with many front end frameworks and libraries, including Elm, React, Redux, Backbone.js, and Marionette.js. Jeremy is based out of Hawaii and when he isn't coding, he spends his time playing his guitar and hiking and going to the beach with his family. Links JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy's LinkedIn Jeremy’s Blog Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Nicholas C. Zakas Professional JavaScript for Web Developers by Matt Frisbie https://knockoutjs.com/ https://marionettejs.com/ https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.coursera.org/learn/programming-languages elm-lang.org https://www.facebook.com/javascriptjabber https://twitter.com/JSJabber https://www.facebook.com/DevChattv Picks Jeremy Fairbank: Programming Elm The Umbrella Academy Beyond Burger Charles Max Wood: Orphan Black https://devchat.tv/ https://www.netlify.com/ https://www.11ty.io/ https://github.com/cmaxw/devchat-eleventy JavaScript Jabber - Devchat.tv

37mins

16 Jul 2019

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Episode 431 | Jeremy Fairbank - Teaching Matters

Developer On Fire

Guest:Jeremy Fairbank @elpapapollo Full show notes are at https://developeronfire.com/podcast/episode-431-jeremy-fairbank-teaching-matters

46mins

8 Jul 2019

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JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank

JavaScript Jabber

Panel:  Aimee Knight Joe Eames AJ ONeal Special Guests: Jeremy FairbankIn this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Jeremy Fairbank about his talk Practical Functional Programming. Jeremy is a remote software developer and consultant for Test Double. They talk about what Test Double is and what they do there and the 6 things he touched on in his talk, such as hard to follow code, function composition, and mutable vs immutable data. They also touch on the theory of unit testing, if functional programming is the solution, and more!In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Jeremy intro Works for Test Double What he means by “remote” What is Test Double? They believe software is broken and they are there to fix it His talk - Practical Functional Programming The 6 things he talked about in his talk Practical aspects that any software engineer is going to deal with Purity and the side effects of programming in general Hard to follow code Imperative VS declarative code Code breaking unexpectedly Mutable data VS immutable data The idea of too much code Combining multiple functions together to make more complex functions Function composition Elm, Elixir, and F# Pipe operator Scary to refactor code Static types The idea of null The theory of unit testing Is functional programming the solution? His approach from the talk And much, much more! Links: Test Double His talk - Practical Functional Programming Elm Elixir F# @elpapapollo jeremyfairbank.com Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy’s YouTube Sponsors Kendo UI Sentry Digital Ocean Picks:Aimee American Dollar Force with leaseAJSuperfightJoe The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap by Brandon Morelli SvelteJeremy Programming Elm The Secrets of Consulting by Gerald M. Weinberg Connect.Tech

53mins

7 Aug 2018

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JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Aimee Knight Joe Eames AJ ONeal Special Guests: Jeremy Fairbank In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Jeremy Fairbank about his talk Practical Functional Programming. Jeremy is a remote software developer and consultant for Test Double. They talk about what Test Double is and what they do there and the 6 things he touched on in his talk, such as hard to follow code, function composition, and mutable vs immutable data. They also touch on the theory of unit testing, if functional programming is the solution, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Jeremy intro Works for Test Double What he means by “remote” What is Test Double? They believe software is broken and they are there to fix it His talk - Practical Functional Programming The 6 things he talked about in his talk Practical aspects that any software engineer is going to deal with Purity and the side effects of programming in general Hard to follow code Imperative VS declarative code Code breaking unexpectedly Mutable data VS immutable data The idea of too much code Combining multiple functions together to make more complex functions Function composition Elm, Elixir, and F# Pipe operator Scary to refactor code Static types The idea of null The theory of unit testing Is functional programming the solution? His approach from the talk And much, much more! Links: Test Double His talk - Practical Functional Programming Elm Elixir F# @elpapapollo jeremyfairbank.com Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy’s YouTube Sponsors Kendo UI Sentry Digital Ocean Picks: Aimee American Dollar Force with lease AJ Superfight Joe The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap by Brandon Morelli Svelte Jeremy Programming Elm The Secrets of Consulting by Gerald M. Weinberg Connect.Tech

53mins

7 Aug 2018

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JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank

All JavaScript Podcasts by Devchat.tv

Panel: Aimee Knight Joe Eames AJ ONeal Special Guests: Jeremy Fairbank In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Jeremy Fairbank about his talk Practical Functional Programming. Jeremy is a remote software developer and consultant for Test Double. They talk about what Test Double is and what they do there and the 6 things he touched on in his talk, such as hard to follow code, function composition, and mutable vs immutable data. They also touch on the theory of unit testing, if functional programming is the solution, and more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Jeremy intro Works for Test Double What he means by “remote” What is Test Double? They believe software is broken and they are there to fix it His talk - Practical Functional Programming The 6 things he talked about in his talk Practical aspects that any software engineer is going to deal with Purity and the side effects of programming in general Hard to follow code Imperative VS declarative code Code breaking unexpectedly Mutable data VS immutable data The idea of too much code Combining multiple functions together to make more complex functions Function composition Elm, Elixir, and F# Pipe operator Scary to refactor code Static types The idea of null The theory of unit testing Is functional programming the solution? His approach from the talk And much, much more! Links: Test Double His talk - Practical Functional Programming Elm Elixir F# @elpapapollo jeremyfairbank.com Jeremy’s GitHub Jeremy’s YouTube Sponsors Kendo UI Sentry Digital Ocean Picks: Aimee American Dollar Force with lease AJ Superfight Joe The 2018 Web Developer Roadmap by Brandon Morelli Svelte Jeremy Programming Elm The Secrets of Consulting by Gerald M. Weinberg Connect.Tech

53mins

7 Aug 2018