The synopsis for the episode is so perfect that I'm going to share it here:
"Jayson Phillips is a self-proclaimed graduate of the University of Barnes and Noble. This week we talk to Jayson about working for a bootcamp, learning to code, and dig into some fun tech like flutter, Golang, and Rust."
While in the midst of trying to
flatten the curve with our shelter-in-place order in California, I was fortunate enough to have 16 bright spots during this time. They are the 16 awesome developers who just completed their final projects in the Full Stack web development cohort I taught at University of Denver!
I had the immense pleasure of speaking with Scott Hanselman on the topic of being a remote employee in a technological function. Scott's being doing this forever, and I've been doing it for a couple of years now, so it was a great exchange of ideas and experiences of what has worked and not worked for us as professional WFHers.
Day 2 is here, so let's jump back into our series on setting up our Pixelbook (or any chromebook, really) for developing web services with Go.
Well, I’ve seen a few folks post their experience on using some chromebooks as a lightweight web development tool, but what about building web services in compiled languages? Let’s take our first shot at doing so with Go!