Two developers from Tighten (https://tighten.co/) discuss one programming topic every Friday in less than 20 minutes.
We talk about whether tis nobler in the mind to suffer the strings and errors of outrageous microservices.
We recorded an episode when we were together in Texas for Tighten onsite but it was trash so we didn't put it out. Hopefully you like this totally non-trash episode where we get deep into composed properties and how to build an onboarding wizard, as well as a super nerdy segment where we just speak a bunch of Vim keybindings out loud.
FINALLY we have a good fundamental disagreement. Daniel is very right because he writes the shownotes. Caleb is horribly wrong.
After a longer-than-anticipated hiatus, we ramble our way to universal truth.
We talk sardines, horizon, machine learning, dusk strategies, snapshot testing, and testing VS Code extensions - it's just a good time...
Caleb wants a microdecisions framework and ventures into the wild woods of philosophy to discover the Truth®.
Our attempt to make a wishlist for new PHPUnit features devolves into yet another discussion of VS Code.