In this episode of The B2C Podcast, Hamish and Brandon talk about Hacktoberfest, contributing to open-source, and pair programming.
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00:18 - Hacktoberfest - contribute to open source, get a T-shirt!
03:30 - some open-source projects have steep barriers to entry, like learning curves
03:59 - Zeta Glest
05:32 - Gatsby - react.js CMS with a cool development team
12:20 - R.I.P. Hamish's Hacktoberfest shirt
17:08 - one way to reward open-source contributors: free paraphernalia
18:44 - Facebook PathPicker - command-line tool to help open files from long lists
21:10 - non-developers can contribute to open-source code too! (just be smart about it)
24:56 - recording programming for video, live-streaming programming
27:52 - Kent Dodds encourages new developers, teaches, and live-streams his programming
31:47 - pair programming is awesome (two heads are better than one!)
36:15 - programming alone vs programming with others
39:53 - tmux "terminal multiplexer" - run multiple terminals in one ssh connection or window (etc)
40:50 - Visual Studio Live Share - share your IDE remotely
41:33 - collabedit - online collaborative code editor
42:20 - etherpad - online collaborative text editor