39 – How Your Own Creative Passions Help Fuel Others w/ Projects Visualization Editor & “Vector Vixen”, Jennifer Borresen

In this episode we talk with Projects Visualization Editor and “Vector Vixen”, Jennifer Borresen. We explore her journey from her beginnings at Ringling College of Art and Design, to her freelance illustration work at Fresh Roasted Graphics, and then her role at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. We discuss several life-hack topics on time management and the challenges of being passionate in one’s career yet still successfully balancing a work/life harmony.

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36 – 8 Facts on Drupal 8 Plasma Holograms that you NEED TO KNOW, with Stephen Barker

In this episode we talk to owner of Digital Frontiers Media, Stephen Barker. We skip the milestones on the oceans of his past: from his education at California State University-East Bay University, to his passion for marine biology at Mote Marine Laboratory, and finally taking a legendary Triple Lindy into the pool of Stephen’s current career as a LAMP developer and owner of Digital Frontiers Media. We also explore Drupal 8 and dive into the secrets you need to know before updating from D7 to D8.

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35 – Forking-up to Atomic Design & Spooning-up to Atomic Components w/ Sr JS Developer Joey Di Nardo

In this episode we talk to Senior JS Developer, Joey Di Nardo. We talk about his beginnings in computational musicology, his middle school programing in Unreal Engine as a Jedi Knight, to his current love for JS development. We also go into his build of Atomic Components: a conceptual fork of the Atomic Design principles established by the team behind Patternlab.io, designed to facilitate the creation and management of data-rich, scalable web and mobile applications.

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33 – Top 3 Secrets to Becoming an Extrovert Via Nonviolent Communication, with Mentor & Director of Communications, Devin Lee Ostertag

In this episode we speak with Director of Communications, Devin Lee Ostertag. We talk about her beginnings from childhood introvert, leveling-up at Ringling College of Art and Design, to the present day of extroverted mentor and career as “the connector”. We also explore her appreciation and passion for art and futurism, and share some points of her essay on the subject.

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