CEO Rian Buckley finds the FitCode between fashion and tech

As a working professional model, Rian Buckley saw a problem, and started a tech company to solve it. A single code that doesn’t indicate a piece of clothing’s size, but rather its fit. Now she needs to get clothing retailers to adopt it! Scott talks with Rian about the skills she’s developed as an NCAA athlete, model, and now tech CEO.

Web Animation at Work with Rachel Nabors

Rachel Nabors is a cartoonist, artist, and web developer and web animation expert. Her new book “Animation at Work” isn’t just a book on HOW to use animation – it’s a book on WHY to use it. By understanding the human visual processing system, you can design delightful animation that works to ease cognitive load!

Terms of Service for Developers – ToS explained with lawyer Gary Nissenbaum

Gary Nissenbaum, Esq. is the managing attorney and founding principal of the Nissenbaum Law Group. They help app developers and internet technologists understand how to navigate both the legal world and the virtual world. Gary explains the surprising importance of the ToS – Terms of Service – that you likely don’t read! Every app developer needs to listen to this show. NOTE: This is a talk show. It is NOT advice and is NOT a replacement for you getting legal representation.

Which JavaScript Stack should I learn? with Tracy Lee

In her short time as a developer, Tracy Lee hasn’t stayed true to one JavaScript Framework. Instead, she continues to explore JavaScript with React, Angular, Ember, React Native, and NativeScript. She chats with Scott about the process of learning JavaScript and the need to “pick a framework.”