567: Full Stack Dev, Load Bearing Developer, and Being Zod Curious
566: View Transitions and Passkeys
565: The Hurdy-Gurdy, OKLCH, Edge Dev Tools, and Ad Blocking
562: Podcast Apps, Zaraz, Future CSS Thoughts, and Arc
561: Web Perf News, Web Sommelier, Data Analytics, and Passkeys
556: Andrey Sitnik and Using OKLCH for Color
554: Jamstack Thoughts with Brian Rinaldi
553: TypeScript, DX, GripeScript, and Astro v2 with Fred Schott
552: Do You Want to Build a JS Framework? ☃️ CSS Wishlist for 2023
551: PlanetScale with Iheanyi Ekechukwu and Mike Coutermarsh
550: Sanity with Simen Svale Skogsrud and Espen Hovlandsdal
549: Ben Ubois of Feedbin
Quick to hire quick to fire probably works well in the senior dev world where monthly salaries start at the level of the 10% of a house. Or 100%. But not for juniors. And how do you want to have committed people if you don't care about their personal development?
we're in the business of doing things right. ❤
I've bought git unfuck. Yeah!
Cool! could you please put all the useful stuff was in whe show, so that I don't have to listen earlier shows? Thanks an d happy anniversary!
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Excellent podcast, I will listen in future. It is relevant to me. Heard about the Ramotion company, saw their work, it's impressive. Here's a link (https://www.ramotion.com/) take a look, tell me your opinion about these guys. I want to cooperate with them, but I need an expert opinion.
brohiem, where are those links?
I've started using GraphQL because of this talk. Now I love it and want to use it everywhere. ❤️
New frontend developer here tuning in on Peggy Rayzis' Apollo GraphQL talk. I started using it 2 weeks ago, best data management tool I've ever used
I really like the intro music!
A little too React heavy for my taste. I'm an Angular developer, and the hosts essentially ignore that Angular exists.