Episode 10 – Trying to learn new things

New Week, new Episode! Other than the fact we are moving to Fortnightly, I have a new co-host! My buddy Chris Leah from the UK. A WordPress Plugin/Theme Developer and all round cool guy, Chris joins Markup’s lineup as the our new co-host every fortnight 🙂  Be sure to like, share and subscribe for more goodness!! … Read more Episode 10 – Trying to learn new things

Episode 9 – Resources for Learning the Development Ropes

Web Development Favourite resources for learning!I have had an interesting and somewhat frustrating journey with web development the last year and a bit. I started learning in January of 2017 with a few Udemy courses and I have been able to over time become more confident in what I can produce! So I wanted to … Read more Episode 9 – Resources for Learning the Development Ropes

Episode 7 – E-Commerce and Remote Working in the WordPress Community

I’m back after a month off from being in Omaha!This week I got the chance to go to WordCamp Sydney can caught up with a few of the sponsors and attendees. Topher from BigCommerce and Toby from WooCommerce. Its a shorter 15 minute episode I’m getting a bit sick and my voice sounds like I’m … Read more Episode 7 – E-Commerce and Remote Working in the WordPress Community

Migration to New Podcast Host (with plenty of learning curves)

So at this point, my newest Episode of Markup is done!The sad point, is that I have to restart the feed and re-upload the old episodes. Why? I previously hosted on Squarespace, so was the blog and my portfolio. One of the things I have been working on the last few weeks is migrating everything … Read more Migration to New Podcast Host (with plenty of learning curves)

Episode 5: Amazon Alexa, Smart Home Hardware and Microsoft Acquiring GitHub with Nazariy Dumanskyy

This week I got to speak to Nazariy Dumanskyy, a dev from the US who has a passion for smart home devices and building things around Amazon Alexa. We Speak about Microsoft Acquiring GitHub, the differences between developing on Google Home and Amazon Alexa, and have some laughs as well! Things discussed in the episode: … Read more Episode 5: Amazon Alexa, Smart Home Hardware and Microsoft Acquiring GitHub with Nazariy Dumanskyy

Episode 4: Blockchain, Startups and the future of the Blockchain space with Steve McGarry

On Episode 4, I sit down with Steve McGarry of AC3. a Blockchain and Crypto aficionado. Steve and I talk about his experience in the Startup life, working in San Francisco and how he forged his company AC3, as well as his experience with Blockchain along the way! Things discussed in the episode: – AC3 … Read more Episode 4: Blockchain, Startups and the future of the Blockchain space with Steve McGarry

Episode 3: [Sidenote Segment] GraphQL, learning JavaScript and Procrastination

Introducing my new segmented episode type called Sidenote. For when I don’t have guests, I want to just relax and have a chat on web technologies and have a bit of insight into my perspective on Web Development for the week. From learning new technologies, to some things happening in tech for the week! Its … Read more Episode 3: [Sidenote Segment] GraphQL, learning JavaScript and Procrastination

Episode 2: Imposter Syndrome, Google IO and Responsible AI with Glen Burnett

This episode feature’s Glen Burnett, a fellow Aussie and developer in the Ruby & Machine Learning space.We cover everything from Google IO, Responsible AI, how he got started and Imposter Syndrome (and how to push through it) Additional Docs: – The Verge – Google Duplex – The Verge – Google now says controversial AI voice … Read more Episode 2: Imposter Syndrome, Google IO and Responsible AI with Glen Burnett