#12 - Brian Plummer: Working for the New York Times, Mobile Development in 2010, GraphQL, Fakes vs Mocks, Code Reviews and more!

By Coffee and Coding

Today's guest is Brian Plummer - veteran mobile developer, speaker & developer at the New York Times, Nike, TouchLab & currently OKCupid.In this episode we discuss: • How he got started in development  • What mobile development was like in 2010  • His experience working at the New York Times  • How he got into public speaking  • His philosophy on code reviews  • His thoughts on GraphQL  • Fakes vs Mocks when it comes to testing  • And more! You can find the show notes for this episode @ CoffeeAndCodingPod.com/episode12~~~🔗 Connect with Brian • Twitter  • OkCupid Tech Blog  • A list of Brian's Talks 👀 Things discussed in the show • Mockk  • GraphQL Apollo Client  • Brian's GraphQL talk at DroidCon  • New York Time's Android App  • Brian's Talk on Code Reviews  • TouchLab 🤙🏽 Get in touchYou can find your host, Rob J, on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & at robj.me.You can also connect with like minded listeners on the community Slack.💛 Leave a reviewIf you're enjoying the show & want to support us head over to Apple Podcasts or Podchaser & leave us a review!You can find the show notes for this episode here.Music by: Maccary Bay by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4010-maccary-bay License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0

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