The Full Stack Podcast – Episode 04

TFS – Episode 04

Episode 4 is available now! The Full Stack Podcast – Episode 04

Show Contents:

  • Developer Arsenal – What software and hardware do we use?
  • Code Documentation with MarkDown
  • CES… Who Cares?

Show Notes:

The idea for our discussion on the Developer Arsenal was a post from Weedy Garden. For our “Developer Arsenal”, we use the following:

Server-side tools:

  • Eclipse (Juno)
  • Tomcat v7
  • WAS
  • Windows 7 (beefy PC’s with 24GB of RAM)
  • OS X (Macbook Pro)
  • RAD (v6 and v7.5)
  • (SOAP/REST tools?)
  • SoapUI
  • Chrome for REST
  • DBVisualizer
  • Chrome
  • SecureShell
  • JSON Editor

Client-side tools:

  • Same hardware as above, only we also include iPad 3, Nexus 10, and 7, Moto X, iPhone 4S, ZTE Open
  • Photoshop with the new Generate feature
  • Colorpick
  • Brackets
  • Sublime Text
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Chrome and Canary
  • Pingdom tools, WebPageTest.org, PageSpeed
  • Analytics from Omniture (adobe), and GA

Code Documentation links:

CES… Who Cares? For the rant this episode it was the post over on Gizmodo about CES that stoked the fire and brought our ire ;).

Sponsor for this episode was ProForm makers of the Hybrid Trainer

Until next time, keep up in the comments, or on Google+, we are +DevcannonTFS

The Full Stack Podcast – Episode 03

TFS – Episode 03

Episode 3 is available now! The Full Stack Podcast – Episode 03

Show Contents:

  • RiotJS – a 1kb front-end framework
  • Chrome with baked in Dart support
  • To Try/Catch or not

Show Notes:

Be sure to check out RiotJS on GitHub, and also the blog entry that explains the MVP system and why RiotJS may be the perfect library for your next project.

Read about the formation of the TC52 committee that will oversee Dart!

This post is just about 4 years old, but the debate rages on! Very good read about whether ot not to use Try/Catch.

Sponsor for this episode was iFit – They rocked CES 2014!

Yep, we keep teasing that REST webservice bit for the next episode, but we just want to make sure everything is shiny. Don’t worry though, next episode we’ll discuss the Developer’s arsenal, and code documentation.

Until next time, keep up in the comments, or on Google+, we are +DevcannonTFS