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A short episode to announce a big change in the future of the podcast.
We're joined this time by Debbie O'Brien, Head Developer Advocate at Bit, Github Star, Google Developer Expert, Microsoft MVP, and much more. We talk about starting out in the frontend, how to keep learning and growing, even while switching from one paradigm to another to another. We also talk a fair amount about the concepts behind Bit, getting an understanding of what problems it tries to solve and why.
We're joined this time by Sam Julien, professional gate-opener, managing DevRel at Auth0, instructor at egghead, and author of the Developer Microskills newsletter. We talk about developer relations, finding your own voice, helping others find their own superpowers (or just find the right documentation for your product), and more!
We're talking dataviz this time with Amelia Wattenberger, a Staff Engineer at Github Next and Author of the Fullstack D3 and Data Visualization course & book.
Join us for a talk with Brandon Roberts, web dev, Developer Advocate at Nrwl, and a maintainer of NgRx. We touch on working in open source, what it takes to be an empathetic library creator, what monorepo tools like Nx are even for, and more!
We're joined by Shaundai Person this time, UI Engineer at Salesloft and an instructor at Egghead
We're joined by Jason Lengstorf this time, VP of Developer Experience at Netlify and host of LearnWithJason.dev
In this episode we are joined by Cassie Evans, Lead bestower of animation superpowers at Greensock, speaker, educator, and SVG Magician.
In this episode we are joined by Ryan Burgess, Engineering Manager at Netflix, and host of the engineering podcast Frontend Happy Hour. We talked about what it's like being an Engineering Manager, whether or not the role is suited for everyone, and also talked in general about career paths within the frontend.
In this episode we are joined by Stephanie Eckles, author of ModernCSS.dev, Egghead instructor, and creator of styleStage.dev. She joined us to talk about how to start making use of new and modern CSS, as well as just how much new stuff there has been lately. It's an exciting time to be in the front end!
In this episode we are joined by Ahmad Shadeed, an independent product designer and frontend developer from Palestine, and author of the book Debugging CSS. He joined us to talk about CSS itself, and how he's able to so consistently break down the complexities of the language on his blog and in his book. We touch a bit on container queries, css custom properties, and more.
In this episode we are joined by Shirley Wu, award winning creative and co-author of the book Data Sketches. We skim the surface of data visualisation and creativity within the frontend.
In this episode we are joined by Sarah Dayan, a Staff Software Engineer at Algolia. We discuss how to approach adoption of new tools such as utility-first CSS, test driven development, or that fancy new framework.
This time around, we are joined by Chris Sevilleja, founder of Scotch.io and Dev Advocate at Digital Ocean. We discuss the overlaps between content production, writing and the frontend, as well as being entrepreneurial minded, and the value of sharing knowledge as you learn it.
This time around, we are joined by Natalia Venditto, a talented FE Solution Architect. We discuss how she was brought into the Google Developer Expert (GDE) program, how to foster a community, and more!
In this episode we kick off a new year and discuss what's in store for the future of the front end with two new guests!
In this episode we discuss web performance, core vitals, and more with our latest guest!
In this episode we discuss reactivity, Svelte, and how sometimes it's ok to do things the easy way with our latest guest!
In this episode we discuss the tools and ticks we use on the frontend related to visual styling and CSS.
In this episode, we discuss work-life balance, avoiding burnout, and how to switch off when you need to.
In this episode (with an obscure reference in the title), we discuss asynchronous programming, diving into another area that frontenders need to understand: Time.
Frontend and Backend are two sides of the same coin, right? Not necessarily! Join us as we discuss the overlap between the two, with special guests from the world of full-stack.
As Frontend Heroes, one of our super-powers is making websites run fast, aka Performance. In this episode we talk through our own experiences with Web Performance, covering tooling, techniques and pitching the idea to clients.
Like any self-made hero, we all have a utility-belt with special tools we reach for. In this episode we discuss those tools, covering things like ResizeObserver, Sass, Typescript and more.
In this episode, we discuss not only working remotely (a necessity in these strange times), but also the ways in which we frontenders build the web remotely.
In this episode, we discuss how we handle leadership within the frontend, working with those that are new to coding, and the edge cases that arise of working with people with less experience than you.
In our first podcast, we discuss a bit of our own backgrounds with using frameworks, and whether or not they are the right fit for any and all situations.