Episodes

Nov. 24, 2022

Debating React, Fonts, and Fatherhood with Josh Collinsworth

React isn’t good at anything, except being popular. That’s a bold statement, but it’s one that Josh Collinsworth stands by. It se…

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Nov. 17, 2022

Framework Debates, Tech Layoffs, and Starlink

The tech layoff saga continues. The latest company in the hot seat is Twitter. After Elon Musk took control of the company, the p…

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Nov. 10, 2022

A11y Hour with Amber Hinds

WordPress powers over 43% of sites on the internet today, making it a powerhouse web technology. Its simplicity attracted blogger…

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Nov. 3, 2022

Funding Open Source Projects, Leaving Homebrew, and Launching Tea wit…

Working on open source projects is a largely thankless job and a labor of love. The developers behind these projects often juggle…

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Oct. 27, 2022

Multi-Page Apps, Prefetch vs Preload, and Web Nostalgia

While multi-page apps (MPAs) seem like a new fixation for the developer community, they’re pretty ancient news. If you were brows…

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Oct. 20, 2022

Tailwind CSS, Headless UI, and Powerlifting with Adam Wathan

Maintaining a CSS codebase can become chaotic pretty quickly and building a new stylesheet for every project can get tedious. Fra…

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Oct. 13, 2022

Native Apps, Progressive Web Apps, and Media Monopolies

There’s a lot to consider before committing to a framework to build a native app. If you choose to build in native, ask yourself …

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Oct. 6, 2022

SolidJS: The Framework Creating a Buzz with Dan Jutan

Every once in a while a new framework rises to popularity and gets the developer community buzzing. One of the frameworks with th…

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Sept. 29, 2022

Embracing New Tech, JavaScript, and the W3WC NFT Launch

The beauty of tech is that it keeps evolving. As a developer, it’s important to keep evolving too. Whether that’s trying new fram…

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Sept. 22, 2022

Balancing Engineering Management, Side Hustles, and Porsches with Kel…

We all have at least one friend who somehow finds enough hours in a day to have a full-time job and take on several side projects…

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Sept. 15, 2022

A11y Hour with Crystal Preston-Watson

Accessibility is like learning a new language, leaving many developers wondering where to start. The answer is pretty simple, sta…

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Sept. 8, 2022

The Release of Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe

The best way to win over a developer is to make their job simpler. The release of Nuxt 3 promises an even better developer experi…

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Sept. 1, 2022

HTML Accessibility, Package Managers, and the Whiskey Web and Whatnot…

Devs have a lot on their plate, but the key is to find time for what’s important. Championing accessibility is only possible if d…

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Aug. 25, 2022

Tech Rants, Supporting Open Source, and Great TV Shows

Building products is hard. And devs can often feel hamstrung by competing priorities. The battle between revenue and quality is e…

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Aug. 18, 2022

Web Frameworks, the Launch of Astro 1.0, and National Parks with Nate…

Introducing a new framework can be challenging, especially when developers are loyal to old favorites. But Astro 1.0 is bridging …

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Aug. 11, 2022

A11y Hour with Mark Steadman

Like many developers, Mark Steadman began working in web development with just a couple of goals in mind: write something that ru…

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Aug. 4, 2022

Conventional Commits vs. Release-It and Chatting About the Changelog

There are two types of engineers. The “normal” ones who strive to make their day-to-day lives as easy as possible and the Robbie’…

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July 28, 2022

Emerging Tech, a Resource Renaissance, and Embracing Ember with Prest…

A few years into Preston Sego’s coding career, a colleague working on increasing interactivity on the company’s interface chose E…

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July 21, 2022

A11y Hour with Eric Bailey

In recent years, accessibility has evolved from a way to avoid legal landmines, to a specialization developers are taking a serio…

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July 14, 2022

Developing Orbit and the Future of Cross Framework Solutions with Dan…

Years ago, Dan Gebhardt was mapping out data needs for an app he was building. In a struggle to make sense of every requirement a…

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July 7, 2022

Matt Johnson: When Web3 Is Worth It and Learning to Lead

In high school, Matt Johnson followed in the footsteps of his older brother, pursuing similar hobbies like sports and music. Aft…

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June 30, 2022

Polaris, Starbeam, and the Future of Ember with Godfrey Chan

In 2022, the future of Ember is taking shape thanks to developers like Godfrey Chan. Alongside Yehuda Katz and other engineers, G…

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June 23, 2022

Reacting to React, WWDC22, and Bun.sh

Robbie has spent years trying to improve his experience in the terminal. Fortunately, he’s learned a few things about customizati…

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June 16, 2022

A Battle of Two Worlds and Mentorship Above Milestones with Cory Brown

It’s not often that a blog post sets the internet on fire. But a recent post by Cory Brown about async/await led to an uproar and…

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