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Interview w/ Julian Shapiro (part 1)

Interview w/ Julian Shapiro (part 1)

SpecFM / Developer Tea · November 14, 2018 at 4:22pm
In today's episode we're joined by Julian Shapiro and in this first part of a two-part episode, Julian talks about building Velocity. js building that project.
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