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Everyone's favorite individualist, tech geek, and nice guy talks about economics, culture and whatever he finds interesting. Follow him on twitter @alexmerced and checkout his technology podcasts, Web Dev 101 and Datanation wherever you listen to podcasts. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alexmerced/support
 
Do you want to get your first job as a web developer, or level up in your web dev career?? Well, StartHere: Web Development is the show for you! Dain Miller is your new mentor as he shares his industry experience, insight, and resources to help get you from knowing nothing to becoming a full-time web developer. Everyone starts somewhere and you’re starting here.
 
GalacticBlue presents The Closing Tag, a podcast that mixes web dev talk with politics, socioeconomics, sports, and many other topics. Only one thing is certain here: there's no telling where Raul will take you on this crazy ride. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-closing-tag/support
 
Everyone's favorite individualist, tech geek, and nice guy talks about economics, culture and whatever he finds interesting.Follow him on twitter @alexmerced and checkout his technology podcasts, Web Dev 101 and Datanation wherever you listen to podcasts.
 
Want to learn web development from the comfort of your chair, car, when you're out for a run, or doing some random house work? This is the show for you. Every week, in 20 - 40 minutes, I help you improve your web development skills with new knowledge, tips, pointers, random facts, inspiration, and some general chit chat. Tune in to have a fun, engaging, and friendly conversation about web development.
 
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devMode.fm

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devMode.fm

Andrew Welch, Ryan Irelan

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devMode.fm is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the tools, techniques, and technologies used in modern web development. We cover JavaScript frameworks like React, Vue.js, and Svelte, tooling like webpack, Vite, Docker, Nginx, Next, Nuxt, etc. and CMS systems like Craft CMS.
 
Podcast interviewing people from the reddit webdev with 340,000 members. Discussion about software development, web development, web dev, html, css, javascript, full stack, front-end, back-end, devops and everything in between.
 
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Starlifter.Dev

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Starlifter.Dev

Benet 'Dr' Hitchcock and Josh Smith

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Benet 'Dr' Hitchcock and Josh Smith, New Zealand / Aotearoa based Web Developers, talk all things web and tech from the Starlifter Studio in #Coolston, Christchurch. Listen in for the latest hotness, solid tech that stands the test of time, coding successes and challenges.
 
Welcome to our monthly podcast co-hosted by the Radio Bros - Dan and Shaz. Not only are they good friends, the Radio Bros are experienced in developing and consulting for a particular cloud software. Or, as they like to put it, they are Consultant Developers. Every month, they go offline from the daily grind and wind down, casually discussing topics around their work and own experiences with anything that touches the cloud: like web dev, gadgets and everything in between. Dan and Shaz will b ...
 
In this podcast, I document the process of becoming a web programmer. If you know how frustrating it can be to get your head around basic ideas when everyone else seems to know what they are talking about and you still have no clue, then this podcast is for you. At the time of the first episode, I use Laravel, PHP, MYSQL, Docker, Linux and Swift. Please expect this podcast to be very opinionated and recognise that there are many ways to achieve an expected result in the programming world.
 
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The Overlap

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The Overlap

Elle Trost & Alex Trost

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The Overlap is a podcast that explores the intersection of Design and Front End Development. On the show, we discuss all things design and development in a fun and easy-to-listen-to way. Some topics we cover are typography, React, productivity, focus, designing for print, freelancing tips, and much more.
 
Level-up Engineering reveals actionable management secrets from some of the most successful engineering leaders (VP of Engineering, Director of Engineering, CTO). This podcast brings you key insights from fellow engineering managers, to level-up your management skills and to take your software development team to the next level. The podcast covers the biggest challenges engineering leaders face, showing exactly how others overcame these challenges. Learn the best practices on management and ...
 
WordPress from Install to launch. WPwatercooler's Dev Branch is a live video and audio roundtable discussion from WordPress Web Development professionals from around the industry who offer tips, best practices, and lively debate on how to put the content management system to use. DevBranch is part of the WPwatercooler Network - WPwatercooler, WPblab, The WordPress Marketing Show, Dev Branch Hosted by WordPress developer Jason Tucker, the weekly panel includes the following WP experts as well ...
 
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DevChat.tv

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A weekly podcast about the world of programming and all things related to developer education within the various communities of web development. All levels from beginner to advanced welcome.
 
Elixir Wizards is an interview-format podcast, focused on engineers who use the Elixir programming language. Initially launched in early 2019, each season focuses on a specific topic or topics, with each interview focusing on the guest's experience and opinions on the topic. Elixir Wizards is hosted by Alex Housand, Sundi Myint, and Eric Oestrich of SmartLogic, a dev shop that’s been building custom software since 2005 and running Elixir applications in production since 2015. Learn more abou ...
 
Dev Quest is a podcast about the career journey of the modern web developer. Web development is one of the most accessible and fruitful career paths of our era, marrying a great deal of autonomy and interesting work with a strong sense of community and openness. On Dev Quest, we'll talk to devs working at all levels of the industry, from agency-employed and freelance folks building websites for small businesses to start up founders who are helping run multi-million dollar SaaS companies and ...
 
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Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify! Since the toolchain around web development has become a lot more complex over the years, the path for getting started has felt more convoluted. However, is this really the case? Join us as we talk about what is considered “minimum viable web dev knowledge.” 🔌 Plug /r/Superbowl Neopets Netli…
 
In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about protestware, NoSQL, Next.js, the Syntax.fm website, ESM, Jest, and more! Prismic - Sponsor Prismic is a Headless CMS that makes it easy to build website pages as a set of components. Break pages into sections of components using React, Vue, or whatever you like. Make corre…
 
Will McGugan has brought a lot of color to CLIs within Python due to Rich. Then Textual started rethinking full command line applications, including layout with CSS. And now Textualize, a new startup, is bringing CLI apps to the web. Special Guest: Will McGugan. Sponsored By: Rollbar: With Rollbar, developers deploy better software faster. Links: r…
 
Today we chat with Thomas Randolph from GitLab, to discuss his Top 10 list of the upcoming TC39 proposals. The list… Temporal Proposal Import Assertions JSON Modules Built-In Modules Observable Proposal Partial Application UUID Pipeline Operator Module Blocks Emitter Proposal+1 Records and Tuples+2 Reverse and Sort Methods on Arrays Sponsors Top En…
 
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about why we need Web Interop? Yet another standards body? Our thoughts on Serverless, Edge Compute, and more. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what’s happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry’s Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issue…
 
When you are teaching someone web development skills, when is the right time to start teaching code quality and testing practices? Karl Stolley believes it's never too early. Let's hear how he incorporates code quality in his courses. Our discussion includes: starting people off with good dev practices and tools linting html and css validation visu…
 
In this supper club episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk with Victor Savkin about NX Monorepo development. Whiskey Web and Whatnot - Sponsor Whiskey Web and Whatnot is different than your typical dev podcast. We show a lighter, more human side of developers you know and love, like a fireside chat with your favorite devs. Past guests include Tom Pr…
 
Alex Merced discusses how to think about inflation and politics during inflation and how culture wars can be turned into culture discussions for better outcomes. follow Alex on twitter @alexmerced --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alexmerced/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alexmerced/support…
 
Joining us in conversation today is Nathan Willson all the way from Tokyo, Japan. Listeners will learn about the polyglot landscape he works in from Japan, why he believes knowing a language, and mastering it, are two different things, and what his first foray into coding looked like. We touch on the necessary evil of MIDI plugins, and Nathan intro…
 
Being productive is obviously a good thing. Can we measure it? Should we measure it? There's been failed attempts, like lines of code, etc. in the past. Currently, there are new tools to measure productivity, like using git metrics. Nick Hodges joins the show to discuss the good and the bad of developer and team productivity, including how we can i…
 
How do you know your open source is secure? Carl and Richard talk to Jillian Ratliff about security practices on your own code, and the open-source code you depend on. Jillian talks about some of the high-profile security problems that have happened recently in the open-source world including log4j. The conversation turns to practices for making yo…
 
Interview with Charles Roman, Technical Director at Respawn Entertainment. He talks about setting up, leading, and scaling the engineering team behind Respawns' upcoming Star Wars FPS with no official title yet. Sign up to the Level-up Engineering newsletter! In this interview we're covering: The path to Respawn Entertainment Adapting to remote man…
 
In this episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott talk about 10 browser API’s you might not be familiar with including getUserMedia, Resize Observer, SpeechRecognition, and more! Prismic - Sponsor Prismic is a Headless CMS that makes it easy to build website pages as a set of components. Break pages into sections of components using React, Vue, or whatever …
 
Django has a handful of console commands to help manage and develop sites. django-rich adds color and nice formatting. Super cool. In a recent release, django-rich also adds nice colorized tracebacks to the Django test runner. Special Guests: Adam Johnson and David Smith. Sponsored By: Python Testing with pytest, 2nd edition: The fastest way to lea…
 
Steve, AJ, and Dan talk to Drew Baker, co-founder of Los Angeles based digital agency Funkhaus about Storybook and Nuxt. After a discussion of various server side rendering methods, Drew talks about how they use Storybook, how it integrates tightly with Nuxt, and how it helps Funkhaus quickly and cleanly spin up sites for large customers. Sponsors …
 
In today’s episode we talk with Drew Baker, the technical director at Funkhaus, a digital agency specializing in web development, branding, identity and full content programming. This engineering team of six people work mostly in Vue, and with a Webby award for their work on Songs from Scratch, we gain a lot of background, tips and lessons learned …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In this episode, we talk about the results of the Jamstack Survey and what we learned from it. 🔌 Plugs Jamstack Community Survey 2021 The State of JS The State of the Octoverse Alex Russell 👥 Panelists People who were remotely interesting: Lauris Voss Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic 🔖 Chap…
 
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about TypeScript Fundamentals, including narrowing, discriminating unions, and type guards. Sentry - Sponsor If you want to know what’s happening with your code, track errors and monitor performance with Sentry. Sentry’s Application Monitoring platform helps developers see performance issues, fix errors faste…
 
This week we are joined by Sanne Kalkman, former teacher turned software engineer. Currently, Sanne works at CodeSandbox, where she's one of two Elixir developers responsible for the backend. When she's not coding, you'll probably find her either 25 browser tabs deep into a new CS topic, learning yet another new hobby, or behind her sewing machine,…
 
Hossein Mousavi shares his methodology to angular form by presenting his template driven approach vs. reactive form approach. They also discuss the differences between form control, form group, and form array, and how you can build upon the elements within Angular through modular patterns and object-oriented project paradigms. Finally, they discuss…
 
How are extensions in Visual Studio changing? Carl and Richard talk to the extension master himself, Mads Kristensen. With over 150 extensions in the Marketplace, Mads has a lot of experience building tooling that can streamline your Studio experience. The conversation digs into why an extension makes sense rather than being built into Studio. Alth…
 
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