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26.02.2017

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56: Wes Bos - Getting Things Done and Building Your Own Tools MP3

In this episode, Adam talks to Wes Bos about how he seems to get so much done, why he built his own course platform, and growing an audience. Sponsors: Rollbar, sign up at https://rollbar.com/fullstackradio to try their Bootstrap Plan free for 90 days Hired, sign up at https://www.hired.com/fullstackradio to double your signing bonus to $2000 if you get a job through Hired Links: Test-Driven Laravel Early Access, ... Source: fullstackradio.com

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