Episode 16 : I Named My Phone "Titanic"

In this episode of DevDecoder things political as we discuss the vote on article 13, Craig gets excited over apples new announcements and we hear more from Jack about programming paradigms.

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Behind The Mic

Craig Dean

Craig is an all-round tech-junkie, who loves seeing other people learn and develop. You can find him judging hackathons, telling ‘dad jokes’, or walking his dogs, Bea & Bo.

Rebecca Lawton

Although Rebecca is quite new to the world of tech, she loves learning something new. She laughs at pretty much everything, and spends her time watching Owen Wilson videos, eating cheese, and talking to dogs.

Jack Maders

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