Recordings of various interviews on different channels
Virtual panel moderated by Kaya of Wordify with leading web personalities Tracy, Lee, Debbie and Kent as we take a dive into what content on the web looks like and how various products across developer tooling, hosting and content management are making leaps to create better, faster experiences for users on the web.
Transitioning from Vue to React. Debbie joins to talk all about it, her learning process, which features she likes more from which frameworks, and so much more!
Alex and Brittney sit down with Debbie O'Brien to talk about bit (bit.dev). We dive deep into how you can use bit to compose your application one bit at a time.
Recognize those who go above and beyond. Lift up the people who inspire and educate your communities with the GitHub Stars program
Talk about the Bit platform, advantages of using Bit, frameworks supported, and how to get started.
If you ever wondered what developer advocates do, how their typical day looks like, or want to know how to get started with advocacy, this episode is for you!
In this episode, Tracy Lee interviews Debbie O'Brien about [bit.dev](https://bit.dev), a new open source tool for helping developer share components. We learn how to use Bit to manage component architecture, think in components, and how this can help you a build more scalable, reusable codebase and work across teams.
Very fun and interesting chat about all things tech related and how we have all just changed jobs, how long we stay in jobs, what we do when we consider moving jobs and so much more.
Welcome to the second episode of the DevRel roundtable series where I invite developer relation people to a roundtable discussion to converse on whatever topics we feel are relevant. This episode features Debbie O'Brien and Lucie Haberer.
Spanish - About me and how I get into coding, my acting career and so many more questions with lots of fun answers.
Interview on all things Nuxt and how my background including my story on how I got into Open Source and working at Nuxt
Super fun talk with Debbie O’Brien, Head of Learning and Developer Advocate at NuxtJS, about the current development in her sector, the Github Star, and her idea of Tech for Good.
Conversation on Nuxt and static times with a look back on previous jobs and how I got to where I am today.
Eddie reached out to other Developers and YouTubers and asked them for their top 3 tips they would give to coders. Here are their tips!
Maria Lamardo interviews Debbie after her talk at Vue Global on all things Nuxt.
Debbie and Maya answer live questions on the Jamstack during the CityJS online Conference.
En esta charla, nos cuenta como re-ivento su carrera y termino trabajando en Nuxt, nos habla de su trabajo, consejos para empezar y contesta todas nuestras preguntas sobre el framework. Que es? Para que sirve? Cuando usarlo? Como llevarlo a produccion?
This event is part of a four part online series hosted with Hasura! Each week, we will focus on GraphQL + different a front-end framework. This week, join us for a lively round table discussion and Q&A about GraphQL and Vue!
We discuss Nuxt/content and how Nuxt are working on a bunch of new features to make Nuxt even more flexible. After that we discuss how I experienced landing the job and how I learnt a lot from previous job hunting.
We have a lovely and LONG conversation about my new job as Head of Learning at Nuxtjs, my ways of working and cultural differences. We flow from tender, insightful moments to jokes.
I was initially turned away for may roles because I didn't have the required training. So I signed up for OpenClassrooms, and eight months later I got a job as a Front-End Architect at Bluekiri. Here is my story.
While studying for a diploma in Front-End Web Development I get flown to Paris and interviewed about my experience learning to code online.