Episode 30: Dad’s Advice


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In this episode we talk about teaching 5 web languages to Freshman, creating an environment to help students get paid, charging hourly v. by project, and the latest web news.

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0:04 - What's up Internet this is the Required Listening Show

1:15 - Keeping Current with what's in the Classroom

  • 2:27 - Google 60%, Facebook 30%, Myspace & AOL the rest
  • 3:57 - Teaching JavaScript cause Flash is dead
  • 4:57 - Not bitter cause sisters been on TV more than Mr. Gordon
  • 5:50 - I love teaching CodeIgniter.  That's it.
  • 6:52 - HTML5 time, what's gonna happen with Microformats?
  • 8:28 - Crickets
  • 8:35 - WaSP asks: "How much HTML5 do you teach?"
  • 10:30 - Kyle talks about his internship

11:55 - Webucation What What - Getting Students Paid Sites?!! 

  • 12:12 - Money money money money!!
  • 12:24 - Cue Thrasher
  • 13:00 - Creating an environment for students to get paid
  • 13:20 - Selling underage children in the classroom
  • 13:50 - Father's advice
  • 14:52 - Father's advice - "The More You Know" version
  • 16:25 - Mistake made the hard way
  • 17:20 - Kyle reads mommy blogs
  • 19:22 - How to help find students clients
  • 21:00 - The issue of getting paid and dealing with money

25:21 - Getting technical - How to Charg for Projects

  • 25:44 - Paid v. hourly, no wait
  • 30:14 - Another thing my father said
  • 32:27 - Andy Rutledge, we agree with you (this time)
  • 34:30 - Should we charge people differently for the same projects?
  • 45:20 - What's current in the SHOUTING web world
  • 45:33 - Kyle talks about friends 
  • 47:22 - JS ShowOff - easy to customize JS slider
  • 50:05 - Smashing mag shrinks it and makes it bigger

51:31 - Recommends (Keepvid & M-Project)

  • 53:37 - Latest from Think Vitamin Membership
  • 55:49 - Signoff