Check out my new project: Peer to Peer - watch how experts solve tech problems.

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Check out my new project: Peer to Peer - watch how experts solve tech problems.

Announcing Peer to Peer

Peer to Peer is a new project of mine. I’m producing a series of long form videos where you can watch how experts solve tech problems. The first video is now available: Counting Tree Nodes, featuring Tom Stuart.

Here are some highlights from the Tom Stuart session:

Tom Stuart happens to be a Vim user who knows Ruby, but Peer to Peer isn’t just about Vim and Ruby. I’m planning to cover a wide range of technical topics on Peer to Peer. To hear about future episodes, you can sign up to the mailing list or follow @fromPeerToPeer on Twitter.

I’d love to hear what you think. If you want to get in touch regarding Peer to Peer, contact me at drew@peertopeer.io

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