Hackster and Indi

In this episode, Dameon talks about the volunteer work he did for the Triangle UXPA, the other Meetups he has coming up, and a bit about resumes.

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Orange Pineapple JUCE

In this episode, Dameon talks about the long hiatus, what he is doing now, and the technology that he is interested in the most.

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Wanna glass of Juce?

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I recently came across a product that I have been searching for for quite a while. It goes by the name JUCE, (Jules’ Utility Class Extensions) and it is a cross-platform library that allows you to develop audio, interactive, embedded, or graphic applications!

It was created by a UK designer/developer named Julian Storer. He was the sole creator of a DAW by the name of Tracktion, which was released in 2002.

The current version is 5.0, Huckleberry JUCE.

Be on the lookout for a podcast or two about JUCE in the near future!

Raleigh Code Campin’

An all new episode of The Brown Coder Podcast is available now!

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Episode #4 – I Should Have Node What Was Happening

The next installment of The Brown Coder Podcast is available now.

In this episode, Dameon talks about the Node.js MeetUp he attended, and the experience of learning the technology. He mentions information about the hosts, attendees, and lack of women present. He also speaks of his next technological journey, and his tag-along partner for that journey.

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Episode #3 – Ruby Came Home

In this episode, Dameon speaks on the Polyglot.NET MeetUp that he attended, and goes a bit into the Ruby language. He also talks about some of the basic parts of a computer program, and what they are used for. The BiT community (Blacks in Technology), CodeSchool, and Codecademy, are also mentioned.

Links to these wonderful tools and sites are here:

Ruby Language

Try Ruby

BiT Community

Code School

Codecademy

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