A weekly podcast where we tackle the challenges facing Web developers today and invite expert guests on the show to share their experience solving concrete problems while building real Web applications.
Recording date: 2019-07-09
John Papa @John_Papa
Ward Bell @WardBell
Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin
Jan Lehnardt @Janl
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- 01:55 Topic & guest introduction
- 04:00 Is project size a problem?
- 06:39 Origins of Greenkeeper
- 11:50 Sponsor: Clubhouse.io
- 12:15 What platforms does it work on?
- 17:38 How does it compare to Dependabot?
- 22:43 Any pricing exceptions?
- 24:46 What if I don't have CI?
- 28:25 What do you recommend people use for their modules?
- 32:42 Auto repos vs a bunch of small repos
- 43:54 Sponsor: IdeaBlade
- 44:53 How do I know if something has been deprecated?
- 55:08 Someone to follow
Randall Koutnik joins us to talk about building tools for developers and how to differentiate between user experience and developer user experience.
Kim Maida talks with us about authentication, rolling your own security, SDK for apps on Auth0, Groups vs claims vs scopes, storing tokens on client side, and how short a life should access tokens have?
Matteo Collina talks with us about HTTP/2, HTTP/3, NodeClinic, Autocannon, the event loop, node security, and dealing with large amounts of JSON data.
We talk with Bel Halpern about how he built the dev.to platform, how they're hoping to monetize (or not), how to keep going on a long term project, and how an April Fool's day joke went awry.
Suz Hinton is our guest and we're talking about the Internet of Things - what languages you can use, constraints of IOT, and what offline IOT means.
John, Ward, and Dan talk about their experiences at ngConf 2019 - the talks they enjoyed as well as what they learned in conversations with attendees at the conference.
Marie is a Software Engineer for Azure Functions. On this episode we talk about what serverless is, the importance of throttling, durable functions, and common use cases.
Natalie Qabazard chat swith Ward and Dan about introducing people to Typescript, how it can help with refactoring, and what it's like to work at Slack.
Jen Looper talks with us about mobile app development and deployment with advice from her experiences as an individual developer as well as for the enterprise world.
Ben Lesh is on this week to talk with us about RxJS and what the roadmap is for the future of RxJS.