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: 2019-04-18
John Papa @John_Papa
Ward Bell @WardBell
Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin
Natalie Qabazard @Natqab
Someone to follow
- 01:25 Guest introduction
- 05:40 Topic introduction
- 12:30 What's the second step when introducing people to new tech?
- 15:04 Did they have good unit tests before?
- 26:23 Are you compelled to fix bad code?
- 28:48 Sponsor: IdeaBlade
- 29:54 How can Typescript help with refactoring?
- 33:28 What do people use for an editor at Slack?
- 37:12 Are there specific APIs within Slack?
- 40:02 How easy is GraphQL to use?
- 44:08 Sponsor: DevIntersection
- 45:00 What drew you to working at Slack?
- 48:18 Someone to follow
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.
We're talking all things CSS with Emma Wedekind.
Nicole Oliver joins us to talk about Typescript decorators.
Jem Young helps John & Ward dispel some of the enterprise engineering myths.
Doguhan Uluca talks with us about delivering web apps to the cloud using Docker, Kubernetes, and ways to get started if you've never tried it.
Katerina Skroumpelou is our guest and we're talking about Google Firebase. What is Firebase? Why did Katerina decide to use it initially? What problems does Firebase solve? And more!
We've got Ryan Burgess back to talk with us about Netflix's use of native vs web on mobile.
Victor Savkin talks with John and Ward about large app development, yarn vs npm, npx, managing multiple teams on multiple sprints, and the Typescript tax.
We talk with Michael Szul about what is and isn't a bot, understanding natural language processing, and his advice for anyone starting out in bot development.