TalkScript Podcast Episode 1

By on July 7, 2017 9:56 am

This week on The Script

The gang of the SitePen Podcast changes the name of the show to TalkScript, discusses the latest in VR/AR/WebVR, Nick tries to make fetch() happen, and Torrey discusses various techniques for animating characters and viewing them online.

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SitePen Podcast – Season 2 Episode 1

By on January 18, 2017 11:05 am

It’s a new year and a new season of the SitePen Podcast! In this episode, the gang talks about AWS re:Invent, ReactVR, AFrame 0.4.0, DayDream, a special CES Truthy/Falsey and more!

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Show Notes

That’s a wrap! If you’d like to be a guest on the SitePen Podcast or just think we’d be fun to hang out with for an hour, let us know!

SitePen Podcast Episode 019

By on September 30, 2016 2:33 pm

The gang invites Sean Larkin, core team member of Angular-CLI and Webpack, to the show. Bryan joins the panel in grilling Sean to determine what exactly Webpack is and where it’s going. Sean also shares his personal experiences and how he got started contributing to open source!

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Show Notes

That’s a wrap! If you’d like to be a guest on the SitePen Podcast or just think we’d be fun to hang out with for an hour, let us know!

SitePen Podcast Episode 018

By on September 15, 2016 2:33 pm

This is virtually the best show we have ever done, we talk all about VR! Did you know you can create and view VR content in the browser with WebVR? You can, and it’s amazing!

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Show Notes

This wraps up another fun episode! If you’d like to be a guest on the SitePen Podcast or just think we’d be fun to hang out with for an hour, let us know!

SitePen Podcast Episode 017 – Live from NEJS Conf

By on August 30, 2016 11:31 am

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Last week, (most of) the gang took the show on the road to NEJS Conf 2016! In this episode, there’s the usual banter and a game of Truthy/Falsy but the highlights are the incredible guests we corralled onto the show.

We may have told some of the speakers that we were there to escort them to the green room after their talk, but once we told them they had to do our show in order to be let out of the locked train car they were all to happy to join us!

First up, we talked to Jennifer Wong about her talk: I think I know what you’re talking about, but I’m not sure.

We were then joined by John K. Paul where we discussed his presentation: JS Debuggers: Our Flashlights in the Dark Woods.

We capped off our interviews with Andrea Goulet where she tried her best to teach Bryan and Neil empathy while fielding questions about her talk: Communication is just as Important as Code.

This wraps up another fun episode! If you’d like to be a guest on the SitePen Podcast or just think we’d be fun to hang out with for an hour, let us know!