Recorded LIVE on June 20, 2018 we dive deep into Magento certification exams for Magento 2 and beyond. Special guests include Peter Manijak from Magento U, Magento Master David Alger from Classy Llama, and Todd Christensen of Something Digital.
If you want to hear about the future of Magento certification this is your chance – catch the replay of the live stream below or listen now!
Recorded LIVE on May 23, 2018 we interview Magento PWA developer Andrew Levine to talk about the future of the Magento platform. This was days after the Adobe / Magento acquisition news so the timing was incredible. Andrew goes into depth about how PWA works, what Magento’s vision is for the direction of the product in a PWA world, and how others can contribute.
You can watch the live stream back here or listen in our RSS feed as per usual. Check it out!
The beginning of a long stint of live podcasts as recorded on Youtube, we sit down with Slava from Atwix before his long overland journey from Ukraine to South Africa! Atwix is a premier Magento partner and has done a wealth of work in the ecosystem.
Watch the Youtube Video below or listen to the podcast – either way – buckle up because we dive in deep for 90+ minutes of content – from Magento Cloud to Open Source contribution!
In this special edition of MageTalk our very own Kalen Jordan appears on the Ecommerce Fuel podcast, a podcast for a community of engaged 6 and 7-figure digital commerce store owners. The show is hosted by Andrew Youderian and Kalen was a guest. Recorded in February of 2018 you’ll enjoy this deep dive into the historical roots of Magento and what the modern Magento stack looks like.
In this weeks episode we start off discussion around testing in a Continuous Integration pipeline, and setting up a personal Bamboo CI system.
We then move on to separating domain logic from the delivery, and how a Package-Bridge-Delivery split works.
After a small mouse related intermission, we touch upon experiences building custom Babel plugins and testing using Jest, Travis CI and Docker.
Finally, we highlight creating small CLI applications with Go, Serverless Offline and Logic-Gates/8-bit computers.