Chris Coyier, Alex Vazquez, and Tim Sabat, the co-founders of CodePen talk about the ins and outs of running a web software business.
Chris Coyier, Alex Vazquez, and Tim Sabat, the co-founders of CodePen talk about the ins and outs of running a web software business.
A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from Netflix, Twitch, Atlassian & Airbnb talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
Rank #1: Episode 061 - Build tooling - brewing complex bundles.
The front end ecosystem of build tooling continues to grow and become more powerful over the years. In this episode, we’re joined by Jamie Kyle and Maia Teegarden to talk with us about the power of build tools.Guests:Jamie Kyle - @jamiebuildsMaia Teegarden - @padmaiaPanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanAugustus Yuan - @augburtoStacy London - @stacylondonerPicks:Jamie Kyle - Queer EyeMaia Teegarden - The Break with Michelle WolfRyan Burgess - Wild Wild CountryRyan Burgess - Rise Against - House on FireAugustus Yuan - AllBirds Tree RunnersAugustus Yuan - FigmaStacy London - Horizon - Poolside Remix by Tycho, PoolsideStacy London - Echospace Island by Robert Babicz (Bab-itch)
Rank #2: Episode 003 - From head to footer.
In this ever changing industry of front end development, developers are constantly learning. In this episode of Front End Happy Hour we discuss everything from our school backgrounds and what lead us to front end development. We also share ways we stay up to date with the ever-changing landscape of new technologies. Along with our usual panelists, we are joined by guest Sarah Showers, a front end developer from Apple.Guests:Sarah Showers - @sarahlshowersPanelists:Derrick Showers - @derrickshowersJem Young - @JemYoungRyan Anklam - @bittersweetryanRyan Burgess - @burgessdryanPicks:Sarah Showers - HamiltonRyan Anklam - Massive Attack- AngelDerrick Showers - Apple MusicJem Young - Scotland JSJem Young - Explosions in the SkyRyan Burgess - TychoRyan Burgess - Comeback Kid
A live podcast about front end web design and UX.
Rank #1: 349: Talking Svelte with Rich Harris.
Show DescriptionWe're talking about Svelte with Rich Harris - what does it add to HTML? Does bundle size matter? How does Svelte handle routing? And who's using Svelte? Be sure to listen for a preview link to Svelte v3!
Toolsday is a 20-ish-minute podcast hosted by Una Kravets & Chris Dhanaraj. Toolsday is about the latest in tech tools, tips, and tricks on Tuesdays at 2! (Our alliteration game is so strong).
Rank #1: React.
This week we talk about React and why it's so darn hard to get started with!
Rank #2: RxJS.
This week we talk getting started with RxJS and its data streaming possibilities with David Khourshid. RxJS with David Khourshid Twitter Codepen Resources An Animated Intro to RxJS The introduction to Reactive Programming you've been missing Introduction to Reactive Programming - Egghead Cycle.js RxCSS Material Motion XStream Bacon.js People André Staltz Tracy Lee Ben Lesh Sponsors Shade App Webflow
A weekly show covering the latest in browser features, standards, and the tools developers use to build for the Web of today and beyond. Each week, hosts Danny, Amal, Leon, and Justin are joined by a special guest to discuss the latest developments and features that you may just want to use in your next project.
Rank #1: 132: Vue.js.
Rank #2: 89: Docker All The Web Things.
This week on The Web Platform Podcast, Erik Isaksen, Danny Blue, and Leon Revill talk with Mano Marks (@ManoMarks) all about Docker and how containerized deployments can help you from the time you start your web project all the way to the time you need it to scale up. Is Docker good for small applications, large applications, or both? Is it all just and adorable excuse to put a whale mascot on merchandise? Likely not. Mano Marks informs three primarily front end developers on the exciting ways your can use Docker, from simple push button server solutions to creating Quake...yes, Quake. Resources Docker on Github - https://github.com/docker/docker Docker main site - http://www.docker.com/ Docker Hub - https://hub.docker.com/ CodeShip Docs - http://pages.codeship.com/docker Digital Ocean docs - https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-the-digitalocean-docker-application
A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
Rank #1: 56: Wes Bos - Getting Things Done and Building Your Own Tools.
Rank #2: 22: Corey Haines - The 4 Rules of Simple Design.
In this episode, Adam talks to Corey Haines, author of "Understanding the 4 Rules of Simple Design". They talk about the importance of low-level design decisions, tricks for naming things well, why you shouldn't model your objects after the real world, and of course, Active Record. This episode is brought to you by Hired. Hearken Understanding the 4 Rules of Simple Design Corey's Blog Corey's post on comparing test run speeds Refactoring to Patterns by Josh Kerievsky Maintaing Balance While Reducing Duplication by David Chelimsky J.B. Rainsberger on The Four Elements of Simple Design Sponsored by Hired
Developer Tea exists to help driven developers connect to their ultimate purpose and excel at their work so that they can positively impact the people they influence.With over 13 million downloads to date, Developer Tea is a short podcast hosted by Jonathan Cutrell (@jcutrell), co-founder of Spec and developer at @Clearbit. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. Twitter: @developertea :: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Introspection - Part 1 - Finding What You're Best At.
In today's episode, we talk about finding what you are best at. In this episode, you'll explore this idea by asking some self-interrogation questions. Today's episode is sponsored by Dolby. One of the most important things you can do for your users is ensure that the quality of your audio is strong. You already know Dolby and sound quality go hand-in-hand. Check out how Dolby can help you make your web applications better at spec.fm/dolbyios.
Rank #2: 3 Guidelines for Happier Work with Designers.
Clarity is hard to find when things are ambiguous. In today's episode, we're talking about solutions in uncharted territories and coming to conclusions from our own point of view. Specifically, we'll be exploring opportunities to strengthen relationships between designers and developers when our opinions to solutions collide. 🧡 Leave a Review If you're enjoying the show and want to support the content head over to iTunes and leave a review! It helps other developers discover the show and keep us focused on what matters to you. 🍵 Subscribe to the Tea Break Challenge This is a daily challenge designed help you become more self-aware and be a better developer so you can have a positive impact on the people around you. Check it out and give it a try at https://www.teabreakchallenge.com/. 🙏 Today's Episode is Brought To you by: Linode Whether you’re working on a personal project or managing your enterprise’s infrastructure, Linode has the pricing, support, and scale you need to take your project to the next level. Get started on Linode today with a special $20 credit for listeners of Developer Tea. Visit: linode.com/developertea and use promo code developertea2020 P.s. They're also hiring! Visit https://www.linode.com/careers to see what careers are available to you.
Rank #1: 170 JSJ RabbitMQ with Derick Bailey.
Rank #2: JSJ 304: React: The Big Picture.
Conversations with world experts on changing technologies and future of the web. The Web Ahead is your shortcut to keeping up. Hosted by Jen Simmons.
Rank #1: 54: Jekyll and CMS-less websites with Young Hahn and Dave Cole.
After many years of using Content Management Systems that store content in a database, there's a movement to store content in files instead. Jekyll and other tools, including github, are springing up to create a new ecosystem of file-based tools. Young Hahn and Dave Cole join Jen Simmons to explain. Links for this episode:Dave Cole | Development SeedYoung Hahn | Development SeedHealth Insurance Marketplace, Affordable Care Act | Healthcare.gov | HealthCare.govLaunching HealthCare.gov | Development SeedNew Healthcare.gov is Open, CMS-Free | Development SeedHow We Build CMS-Free Websites | Development SeedDaring Fireball: MarkdownIntroducing Prose: A Content Editor for GitHub | Development SeedTumult HypeProse on Mobile | Development SeedNew Media Features in Prose | Development SeedMajor New Features in Prose v1 | Development SeedIntroducing Jekyll-hook: Run your own GitHub Pages | Development SeedBlog | Development SeedDave Cole (dhcole) on TwitterJekyll • Simple, blog-aware, static sitesThe Official YAML Web SiteYAML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaTemplate Data · mojombo/jekyll WikiJekyll Liquid Api | Jekyll-Bootstrapdevelopmentseed/jekyll-hookGitHub PagesGitHub HelpProse · A Content Editor for GitHubAll documents — EditoriallySnow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek - Multimedia Feature - NYTimes.comBuilding the new MailChimp.com | MailChimp Email Marketing BlogMapBox | Fast and beautiful mapsTaking “Content First” Very Seriously Cloud Four BlogJekyll Introduction | Jekyll-BootstrapOpen by design: Why the way the new Healthcare.gov was built mattersThanks to our sponsor, CSS Summit. Use code WEBAHEAD for 20% off.
Rank #2: 40: Git with John Albin Wilkins.
The Git version control system has become incredibly popular, with many people using it to collaborate on shared projects. John Albin Wilkins joins Jen Simmons to explain what Git is, how it works and how to use it. Links for this episode:Code School - Try GitA List Apart: Articles: Get Started with GitGit Immersion - Brought to you by New ContextIn Control Mobile + Web Design Conference Preview on VimeoRevision Control System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaTower - The most powerful Git client for MacGitHub for MacDeltaWalker for Mac OS X: Compare/Merge Files, Synchronize Folders; Two and Three-WayA complete idiot’s guide to git-svn-migrate, 3 steps to batch convert Subversion to Git | JohnAlbinConverting a Subversion repository to Git, (7 steps to migrate a complete mirror of svn in git) | JohnAlbinPro Git (Expert's Voice in Software Development): Scott Chacon: 9781430218333: Amazon.com: BooksGit - BookPull Requests · h5bp/html5-boilerplateJohnAlbin (John Albin Wilkins)Network Graph · JohnAlbin/compass-zen-gridsVersion Control with Git - O'Reilly MediaSponsored by the In Control Conference and CSS Dev Conf (use coupon code ALOHAAHEAD for $100 off).
Modern Web is a podcast that explores next generation frameworks, standards, and techniques. Visit http://modern-web.org for more.
Rank #1: S05E16 RxJS with Tracy Lee, Rob Ocel, OJ Kwon, and Ben Lesh.
In this Modern Web podcast OJ Kwon & Ben Lesh from the RxJS core team will discuss what's new in RxJS with Tracy Lee and Robert Ocel. Some topics covered:- What's new in the RxJS latest release- RxJS testing - what’s available today and coming for tomorrow- Support for async generators - RxJS staying framework agnostic- RxJS and Node - is there support for Node developers?- RxJS docs- A marketplace for operators?- Come contribute to RxJS If you need RxJS help, visit https://www.thisdot.co/labs You can follow us on Twitter:Tracy Lee @ladyleetRob Ocel @robocellBen Lesh @benleshOJ Kwon @_ojkwon
Rank #2: S01E02 Part 2 - Promises Bad, Observables Good With Ben Lesh And Taras Mankovski.
Why are promises bad and observables good? Ben Lesh, lead on RxJS 5 talks to Taras Mankovski (@embersherpa) about how observables are the way of the future and why you should use them.Find more podcasts, videos, and online conferences at http://modern-web.org or follow us on Twitter @modernweb_.
Rank #1: 027 jsAir - For the Beginners with Aimee Knight, Tim Dorr, and Max Stoiber.
Rank #2: Modernizing Etsy’s codebase with React.
KBall connects with Katie Sylor-Miller to talk about migrating OhShitGit to the JAMStack, migrating legacy codebases to modern front-end technologies, and design systems. Discuss on Changelog News Featuring Katie Sylor-Miller – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Kevin Ball – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Notes and Links OhShitGit Eleventy Netlify Branch Previews Next.js Hypernova Design Systems Handbook
Rank #1: JSJ 251 InfoSec for Web Developers with Kim Carter.
On today's episode, Charles Max Wood and Aimee Knight discuss InfoSec for Web Developers with Kim Carter. Kim is a senior software engineer/architect, an information security professional, and the founder of binarymist.io. He is currently working on his book called Holistic InfoSec for Web Developers. Tune in to learn more on what his book is all about.
CSS-Tricks Screencasts is focused on showing you tips, tricks, techniques about web design. Code samples can be extremely helpful, but sometimes it is even more helpful to watch someone as they code. In CSS-Tricks Screencasts will show you real live CSS and HTML code being written and tested right on the screen. Topics will vary but will always center around design and usability.
Rank #1: #169: How to Think Like a Front-End Developer.
This is a video from my talk at WordCamp US. Let’s take a peek at what front-end development has become these days. Starting from what the role is, where we sit, and the expectations of us. Then we’ll get into the problems we face, how to approach them, and the tools we have at our disposal. We’ll look at how Gutenberg might fit into our lives as front-end developers. It's my first time giving this talk, and I will be … Read article
Rank #2: #153: Getting Started with CSS Grid.
It feels like CSS Grid has been coming for a long time now, but it just now seems to be reaching a point where folks are talking more and more about it and that it's becoming something we should learning. I started reading a few posts and playing around with the syntax the past couple of weeks, but asked my fellow CSS-Trickster Miriam Suzanne to grok through it with me on a video hangout.… Read article
Rank #1: The Fundamentals — JS.
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.
Rank #1: The Web Dev ROADMAP: How to Get a Job as a Developer (Jr/Mid) EFFICIENTLY.
The http://advancedbeginnerchallenge.com – Everything we talk about in this episode is inside my new course. I walk you through step by step!The Show NotesStep 1) Pick a language and frameworkVideo to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1lU1FtIQz8cStep 2) Get *prove-able* experience with this language/framework choice (Goto the http://advancedbeginnerchallenge.com for help with this)Video to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDi9y7R0dU8Step 3) Build the BASICS of your packaging (basic website structured correctly)Video to help you with this step: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7xXOBisNqoStep 4) Put the projects that you completed and deployed in the Advanced Beginner Challenge, on your "Projects" page. Described in portfolio video here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7xXOBisNqoStep 5) Blog posts. Write 2 blog posts at minimum on the language/framework you want to get a job in. Described in video you're on now.Step 6) - Optional - Twitter presence as described in video. Described in vide you're on now. Step 7) Personalized job application blast. I'll be recording a video on this one next.Step 8) Repeat Next 2 Until JobStep 9) Intro call. Described in video you're on now.Step 10) Tech interview. Great tips to help you with technical interviews in this podcast series:Mastering the Interview Process & LinkedIn for Developers https://soundcloud.com/starthere-webdev/26-level-up-your-web-dev-job-linkedin-for-developers-and-mastering-the-interview-processHow to Get a Better Job at a Higher Salary https://soundcloud.com/starthere-webdev/how-to-get-a-better-job-with-higher-salaryConnect with me on instagram @dainmiller or @starthere.fm
Rank #2: How To Improve As A Programmer - DONT WRITE MORE CODE, READ MORE.
http://advancedbeginnerchallenge.com – I built a course to get your first job in web development, or upgrade from Junior to mid-level!How do you grow as a programmer? It's a tough topic. Coding helps, certainly, BUT the Edge Effect has a power that is beyond belief. Don't doubt the power of reading, in seemingly unrelated areas, and how it will impact your day to day skillset.In this video I break down EXACTLY what books to start reading, and different genres of books you should be checking out. Books mentioned:- The One Thing by Gary Keller- The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins- The Happiness Hypothesis - Influence by Robert Cialdini- The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday- Bold by Peter Diamandis- Work RULES by Lazlo Bock- The Foundation Trilogy by Isaac Asimov★☆★ SUBSCRIBE TO US BELOW: ★☆★YouTube: www.youtube.com/startherefm/iTunes Web Dev Show: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/start-here-web-development/id898026456?mt=2★☆★ FOLLOW US BELOW: ★☆★Connect with me on instagram @dainmiller or @starthere.fm