OwlTail

Cover image of Joe Eames

Joe Eames Podcasts

Read more

33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Eames. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Eames, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

33 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Eames. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Eames, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Best weekly hand curated episodes for learning

Episode artwork

How to Learn Effectively With Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Joe Eames stops by to discuss training techniques and curriculum building that is focused on enabling students to learn more effectively.

Joe on Twitter
https://twitter.com/josepheames

Joe's FREE Fundamentals of Angular course on Thinkster
https://thinkster.io/topics/fundamentals-of-angular

-----------------------------------------------

Angular Air is powered by StreamYard!

It has been an amazing solution for our production pipeline. And it is 100% browser based. No app install needed!

Want to host a live show with multiple guests? Check out StreamYard.
https://streamyard.com/?pal=5070140888580096

--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support
Jul 08 2020 · 1hr 2mins

Similar People

Tracy Lee

Mike Hartington

Charles Max Wood

Brad Green

Ely Lucas

Ward Bell

Austin McDaniel

Eric Simons

Victor Savkin

Alex Eagle

Jeff Cross

Donovan Brown

James Shore

Sean Merron

Scott Hanselman

Episode artwork

MJS 100: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Sponsors

Host: Charles Max Wood

Guest: Joe Eames

Episode Summary

In this episode of My JavaScript Story, Charles Max Wood hosts Joe Eames, CEO of Thinkster.io and organizer of many different conferences, two of which are the AngularJS conference, ng-conf, and the WordPress developer conference, LoopConf.

Joe is a front end web developer and an educator. He has authored over 10 Pluralsight.com courses. He is also a panelist on the JavaScript Jabber podcast and the Adventures in Angular podcast on DevChat.TV.

Joe talks about his passion project, being on the organization team of Framework Summit, a two-day conference focused on all front end JavaScript frameworks, the first of which was held in Utah in October 2018. It was a great success and he and the rest of the organization team will be looking to repeat it in January of 2020.

Another conference Joe was involved in organizing was React Conf 2018 which took place in October in Henderson, Nevada. He is in the process of organizing the React Conf 2019 with the rest of the organization team.

Aside from organizing conferences Joe’s second passion is education. He has started up a podcast called Dev Ed Podcast.

Joe has recently become the CEO of Thinkster.io. Thinkster.io is a unique platform where learners can really master web development with a lot of hands on training. Joe wants developers to be able to learn how to “generate” solutions to problems. He explains the concept of “interleaving” while learning a subject which helps students retain more and learn faster.

Links

Picks

Joe Eames:

Charles Max Wood:

Mar 27 2019 · 1hr
Episode artwork

MJS 100: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Sponsors

Host: Charles Max Wood

Guest: Joe Eames

Episode Summary

In this episode of My JavaScript Story, Charles Max Wood hosts Joe Eames, CEO of Thinkster.io and organizer of many different conferences, two of which are the AngularJS conference, ng-conf, and the WordPress developer conference, LoopConf.

Joe is a front end web developer and an educator. He has authored over 10 Pluralsight.com courses. He is also a panelist on the JavaScript Jabber podcast and the Adventures in Angular podcast on DevChat.TV.

Joe talks about his passion project, being on the organization team of Framework Summit, a two-day conference focused on all front end JavaScript frameworks, the first of which was held in Utah in October 2018. It was a great success and he and the rest of the organization team will be looking to repeat it in January of 2020.

Another conference Joe was involved in organizing was React Conf 2018 which took place in October in Henderson, Nevada. He is in the process of organizing the React Conf 2019 with the rest of the organization team.

Aside from organizing conferences Joe’s second passion is education. He has started up a podcast called Dev Ed Podcast.

Joe has recently become the CEO of Thinkster.io. Thinkster.io is a unique platform where learners can really master web development with a lot of hands on training. Joe wants developers to be able to learn how to “generate” solutions to problems. He explains the concept of “interleaving” while learning a subject which helps students retain more and learn faster.

Links

Picks

Joe Eames:

Charles Max Wood:

Mar 27 2019 · 1hr
Episode artwork

MAS 073: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Sponsors

  • Sentry use the code “devchat” for 2 months free on Sentry small plan
  • Triplebyte offers a $1000 signing bonus
  • CacheFly

Host: Charles Max Wood

Guest: Joe Eames

Episode Summary

In this episode of My Angular Story, Charles Max Wood hosts Joe Eames, CEO of Thinkster.io and organizer of many different conferences, two of which are the AngularJS conference, ng-conf, and the WordPress developer conference, LoopConf.

Joe is a front end web developer and an educator. He has authored over 10 Pluralsight.com courses. He is also a panelist on the JavaScript Jabber podcast and the Adventures in Angular podcast on DevChat.TV.

Joe talks about his passion project, being on the organization team of Framework Summit, a two-day conference focused on all front end JavaScript frameworks, the first of which was held in Utah in October 2018. It was a great success and he and the rest of the organization team will be looking to repeat it in January of 2020.

Another conference Joe was involved in organizing was React Conf 2018 which took place in October in Henderson, Nevada. He is in the process of organizing the React Conf 2019 with the rest of the organization team.

Aside from organizing conferences Joe’s second passion is education. He has started up a podcast called Dev Ed Podcast.

Joe has recently become the CEO of Thinkster.io. Thinkster.io is a unique platform where learners can really master web development with a lot of hands on training. Joe wants developers to be able to learn how to "generate" solutions to problems. He explains the concept of “interleaving” while learning a subject which helps students retain more and learn faster.

Links

Picks

Joe Eames:

Charles Max Wood:

Mar 13 2019 · 1hr
Episode artwork

MAS 049: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Panel

  • Charles Max Wood

Special Guests: Joe Eames

Joe is both into JavaScript Jabber and Adventures in Angular. Tune in to My Angular Story Joe Eames to learn more about his journey into getting where he is now. When he was 16, Joe had a class in high school which required him to go to the University of Utah. Everyday he took half day in high school and traveled to the university to attend class. Since he was up there, he thought that he needed a job to earn money for dates and stuff just like any other kids. He worked in a movie theater, but got suspended because he had an argument with his boss.

He looked for another job, and landed onto one in the university where he was studying. He did data entry and dBase maintenance. That was his first programming job.

When he turned 19 and graduated from high school, Joe served 2 years in LDS mission. When he came back, he worked in a restaurant for 5 weeks, but moved to Portland because of some knee problems. He spent 2 years there.

When he came home, he needed a new job. He found a technical job in a computer company which did data entry. He got hired and was assigned in doing wiring and the like.

One manager came to his manager asking for one programmer for a project. Since he was available and had a background on programming, he was recommended for the job. He was then handed with FoxPro books, and started reading them as a head start.

He bought a couple of JavaScript books back then. Then there came an emergent technology which he found so cool and awesome called DHTML. Some people in his office were doing it, but he was confused about it. He kind of got it, but he didn't really do much with it.

For years he has been doing dot net and programming. He got to the point where he wanted to do something different. He enjoyed doing web technology stuff, but he wanted to get heavier into JavaScript. He decided to leave everything and pursued his profound interest for JS.

To hear the rest of My Angular Story Joe Eames, download and listen to the entire episode.

Get in touch with Joe and learn more about him by following him on Twitter. Don't forget to let Joe know you heard about him on Devchat.tv's Adventures in Angular My Angular Story!

Joe on Twitter

  • If you're short on time, here are the highlights of My Angular Story Joe Eames:
  • How did Joe get into programming? (00:45)
  • His journey to JavaScript? (06:15)
  • How Joe came to Angular? (15:47)
  • Experience as JavaScript Jabber panelist? (21:16)
  • The birth of NG conference? (27:11)
  • Joe's current projects? (39:36)

Picks:

Joe's 

Charles' Pick:

Aug 29 2018 · 48mins
Episode artwork

MAS 049: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Panel

  • Charles Max Wood

Special Guests: Joe Eames

Joe is both into JavaScript Jabber and Adventures in Angular. Tune in to My Angular Story Joe Eames to learn more about his journey into getting where he is now. When he was 16, Joe had a class in high school which required him to go to the University of Utah. Everyday he took half day in high school and traveled to the university to attend class. Since he was up there, he thought that he needed a job to earn money for dates and stuff just like any other kids. He worked in a movie theater, but got suspended because he had an argument with his boss.

He looked for another job, and landed onto one in the university where he was studying. He did data entry and dBase maintenance. That was his first programming job.

When he turned 19 and graduated from high school, Joe served 2 years in LDS mission. When he came back, he worked in a restaurant for 5 weeks, but moved to Portland because of some knee problems. He spent 2 years there.

When he came home, he needed a new job. He found a technical job in a computer company which did data entry. He got hired and was assigned in doing wiring and the like.

One manager came to his manager asking for one programmer for a project. Since he was available and had a background on programming, he was recommended for the job. He was then handed with FoxPro books, and started reading them as a head start.

He bought a couple of JavaScript books back then. Then there came an emergent technology which he found so cool and awesome called DHTML. Some people in his office were doing it, but he was confused about it. He kind of got it, but he didn't really do much with it.

For years he has been doing dot net and programming. He got to the point where he wanted to do something different. He enjoyed doing web technology stuff, but he wanted to get heavier into JavaScript. He decided to leave everything and pursued his profound interest for JS.

To hear the rest of My Angular Story Joe Eames, download and listen to the entire episode.

Get in touch with Joe and learn more about him by following him on Twitter. Don't forget to let Joe know you heard about him on Devchat.tv's Adventures in Angular My Angular Story!

Joe on Twitter

  • If you're short on time, here are the highlights of My Angular Story Joe Eames:
  • How did Joe get into programming? (00:45)
  • His journey to JavaScript? (06:15)
  • How Joe came to Angular? (15:47)
  • Experience as JavaScript Jabber panelist? (21:16)
  • The birth of NG conference? (27:11)
  • Joe's current projects? (39:36)

Picks:

Joe's 

Charles' Pick:

Aug 29 2018 · 48mins
Episode artwork

MAS 049: Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Panel

  • Charles Max Wood

Special Guests: Joe Eames

Joe is both into JavaScript Jabber and Adventures in Angular. Tune in to My Angular Story Joe Eames to learn more about his journey into getting where he is now. When he was 16, Joe had a class in high school which required him to go to the University of Utah. Everyday he took half day in high school and traveled to the university to attend class. Since he was up there, he thought that he needed a job to earn money for dates and stuff just like any other kids. He worked in a movie theater, but got suspended because he had an argument with his boss.

He looked for another job, and landed onto one in the university where he was studying. He did data entry and dBase maintenance. That was his first programming job.

When he turned 19 and graduated from high school, Joe served 2 years in LDS mission. When he came back, he worked in a restaurant for 5 weeks, but moved to Portland because of some knee problems. He spent 2 years there.

When he came home, he needed a new job. He found a technical job in a computer company which did data entry. He got hired and was assigned in doing wiring and the like.

One manager came to his manager asking for one programmer for a project. Since he was available and had a background on programming, he was recommended for the job. He was then handed with FoxPro books, and started reading them as a head start.

He bought a couple of JavaScript books back then. Then there came an emergent technology which he found so cool and awesome called DHTML. Some people in his office were doing it, but he was confused about it. He kind of got it, but he didn't really do much with it.

For years he has been doing dot net and programming. He got to the point where he wanted to do something different. He enjoyed doing web technology stuff, but he wanted to get heavier into JavaScript. He decided to leave everything and pursued his profound interest for JS.

To hear the rest of My Angular Story Joe Eames, download and listen to the entire episode.

Get in touch with Joe and learn more about him by following him on Twitter. Don't forget to let Joe know you heard about him on Devchat.tv's Adventures in Angular My Angular Story!

Joe on Twitter

  • If you're short on time, here are the highlights of My Angular Story Joe Eames:
  • How did Joe get into programming? (00:45)
  • His journey to JavaScript? (06:15)
  • How Joe came to Angular? (15:47)
  • Experience as JavaScript Jabber panelist? (21:16)
  • The birth of NG conference? (27:11)
  • Joe's current projects? (39:36)

Picks:

Joe's 

Charles' Pick:

Aug 29 2018 · 48mins
Episode artwork

ngAir 158 - Framework Summit Conference with Joe Eames

Play
Read more
---

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/angularair/support
Apr 24 2018 · 56mins
Episode artwork

RRU 008: The Framework Summit with Joe Eames

Play
Read more

Panel:

  • Tara Manicsic
  • Nader Dabit

Special Guests: Joe Eames

In this episode of React Round Up, the panel discusses The Framework Summit with Joe Eames. Joe discusses the history behind the conference and how it came to be created. They really wanted to create a conference that would include all of the frameworks, especially those that are underrepresented in the programming community, like React. He touches on why he is passionate about this project, why it is important to be open to learning new things, and the overall format of the conference.

In particular, we dive pretty deep on:

  • The Framework Summit
  • October 2-3, 2018 in Park City, Utah
  • The history of the conference
  • React
  • Originally called the “Tri-conference”
  • Frameworks play a major part in your code development
  • “Religiousness” of which framework is the “right” or “wrong” one to use
  • Opportunity to expose more people to new frameworks
  • Comparing the frameworks
  • The importance of being willing to learn new things
  • Bursting “thought bubbles”
  • Being open to change
  • Merging communities and creating open dialogue
  • Format of the conference
  • Both single-track and multi-track
  • Elm
  • Vue
  • Angular
  • Great lineup already and it’s getting better
  • Webflow
  • Novel and unique talks
  • What not to do when submitting talks
  • And much, much more!

Links:

Picks:

Tara

Nader

Joe

Apr 24 2018 · 1hr 5mins
Loading