The titles are pretty much meaningless because we don’t really prepare anything for this. Tim forgets to hit record, and his family seems to be unaware he’s trying to record a podcast. But there are no edits on the DevFridayShow so complete with background music and random timers we talk about contract bidding tips, working remotely from your development system, and the need for a personal website (is there?).
00:00 - Forgot to Hit Record
01:34 - Gone Next Week
02:41 - Keeping the Schedule
03:33 - “My Sisters Listen To This”
04:25 - Obligatory Chapter
05:08 - Tim Likes Podverse
06:50 - Making Social Share Images
10:03 - Clips vrs Chapters
11:47 - The Breez App
12:40 - Not the Breeze App
13:46 - Playing around with Routers
15:39 - Variations on Remote IDEs
16:37 - Working on Vacation?
17:52 - The IRS and Contractors
19:22 - “I’m trying to do a podcast here!”
21:32 - Do Companies Treat Contractors Worse?
23:07 - Lunch Break and some Music
24:22 - Back in the oDesk Days
25:34 - Then eLance Ruined Everything
26:53 - Getting Started with Contracting Sites
28:24 - Stack Overflow for Contractors
29:16 - Interviewing Myself (Not Yet)
30:15 - The Initial Value of oDesk
33:40 - #1 Tip for Bidding on a Contract Job
38:20 - Give Away the Solution
40:23 - SiteBuild.io
41:09 - Designers Having Their Own Website
43:28 - Do Developers Need a Website?
46:22 - Tim Needs a Website
50:03 - Out of Time
52:08 - Figuring out Webflow
53:46 - Moving to GrapeJS
57:48 - Awkward Pause
58:28 - New Computer
59:14 - Where does this go?