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Frontend Coffee Break

Chucho Castañeda & Ricard Torres

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Take a break, grab a cup of coffee and join us to discuss what's new in frontend development and, why not, outside of it? Jesus 'Chucho' Castañeda is a Senior Frontend Software Engineer and Ricard Torres is a Principal Frontend Software Engineer, both at Cognizant Netcentric. We bring your most needed monthly break. Tune in!
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DejaVue

Alexander Lichter & Michael Thiessen

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Welcome to DejaVue, the Vue podcast you didn't know you needed until now! Join Michael Thiessen and Alexander Lichter on a thrilling journey through the world of Vue and Nuxt. Get ready for weekly episodes packed with insights, updates, and deep dives into everything Vue-related. From component libraries to best practices, and beyond, they've got you covered.
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COMPRESSEDfm

James Q. Quick, Amy Dutton, Brad Garropy, Bekah HW

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A weekly podcast about web design and development with a little zest from James Q Quick, Amy Dutton, Brad Garropy, and Bekah HW.
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The Undefined Podcast

Jared Palmer & Ken Wheeler

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The only engineering podcast with a 2 drink minimum! Full stack developers Jared Palmer and Ken Wheeler have peer-to-peer conversations with world-class engineers about software development.
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Explore the world of software engineering with the Joshua Matos Show, where we dive into Spring Boot, React, Java, and TypeScript. We'll talk about how to be successful as a Software Engineer, and all the things that you should know.
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Frontend Heroes

Scott Francis & Evan Payne

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Welcome, citizens of the globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast, where we discuss all things villainous and heroic about the front-end of software development. Co-hosted by Scott Francis and Evan Payne.
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CodeNoobs

Danny, Randall, and Russell

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A podcast for new programmers and developers. Join CodeNoobs co-creators Danny, Randall, and Russell weekly to explore topics that anyone interested in programming and learning to code will find valuable.
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Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing ...
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The React Show

Owl Creek Studios

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Discussions about React, JavaScript, and web development by React experts with a focus on diving deep into learning React and discussing what it's like to work within the React industry.
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Making Digital

Jared Stephens and Jeremy Karney

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The podcast for designers, developers, product owners and others that live to make digital products. Topics include designing product, development and design teams, leadership tips, experience roadmaps, and pretty much anything involved in making digital products better. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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We talk to real people who took the not-so-traditional route to make it as web design freelancers or business owners. Plenty of helpful tips and tricks along the way. If you’re looking to start a side hustle or just up your game as a web or UX designer, this podcast is for you.
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The Dev Interrupted Podcast is the premier podcast made exclusively for software engineering leaders. Hosts Dan Lines & Conor Bronsdon invite expert guests from around the world to explore strategy and day-to-day topics ranging from dev team metrics to accelerating delivery. Join us weekly for new episodes.
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The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on ...
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Your weekly celebration of JavaScript and the web. Panelists include Jerod Santo, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Amelia Wattenberger, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, Chris Hiller, and Amal Hussein. Topics discussed include the web platform (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Brave, etc), front-end frameworks (React, Solid, Svelte, Vue, Angular, etc), JavaScript and TypeScript runtimes (Node, Deno, Bun), web animation, SVG, robotics, IoT, and much more. If JavaScript and/or the web ...
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Off Script

Hey! Presents

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A podcast for the tech community. The theme for Off Script is to challenge ideas and opinions within the tech community. We dig into important topics with special guests, talking frankly in an unscripted setting. Off Script is hosted by Josh Nesbitt and James Hall. Subscribe for future episodes.
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Texplosion

Omid Mirzaee Yazdi

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Hosted by Omid Mirzaee Yazdi, Fullstack Engineer at Knowit Syd, Texplosion brings you the latest and greatest in tech news, reviews and general nerdery. Whether you're a seasoned developer, a curious tech enthusiast, or just someone looking for a good laugh, this podcast has something for you. Every month we will discuss technology with an expert in the field. So grab your cup of coffee, sit back, relax, and get ready to laugh your tech-loving heart out.
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Stay up to date with Frontend News - the podcast about tech and front end innovations. Fresh delivery of insights and news. Want more? Watch the Experts Zone series - our professionals share precious experience in design, project management, development, and others. More tech videos, articles and insights you will find on frontendhouse.com.
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The podcast for UI developers, designers and independent thinkers who strive for simplicity. The state of user interface design and development is at a crossroads: do we embrace complexity and raise the barrier to entry, or can we learn from the past and strive to make our tools, frameworks and methodologies simpler and more intuitive for everyone - regardless of experience or persuasion. I'm a strong believer in the latter, and if you are too, come join me on my journey to make a difference ...
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Welcome! This is “Anonymous.fm” by Arisa, an ex cabin crew and a DevRel Engineer at Storyblok living in Germany. Any interests about programming, DevRel, programming education and community interests? Stay tuned🎧!
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Episodes and show notes available at friday.hirelofty.com. An unapologetic show about the culture and chaos of software engineering from the makers and breakers of digital products at Lofty Labs. We build software with Python and Django, Ruby and Rails, Golang, whatever frontend framework we're forced to use because it's popular this month, and anything else to get the job done right. Then on Friday afternoons we have a beer and talk about our regrets on this show.
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Interviews with interesting people in the devtools space. From security to dev focused infrastructure, and from homomorphic encryption to privacy and decentralization, we discuss the technical details around devtools.
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Bedroom 2 Boardroom is here to help you live your best life and build a fulfilling career. Honest no-bullshit advice. We sit down with amazing people from our community making moves Delving into success stories from people coming from a variety of backgrounds and the trials and tribulations they’ve overcome. We want to motivate a whole generation of people. Here to help you level up 🚀 https://ajalao.xyz/ - Join the 600 other career focussed professionals 👨🏿‍💻👩🏾‍💻 You can get my free Job-Hunt ...
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Codename Chewy by EC

Éphémère Creative

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A podcast about web and mobile app development tools, frameworks, and more by the folks at Éphémère Creative. It all ties into this neat framework we're building, codenamed the "Chewy Stack."
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It's all about Oracle APEX. But as we know, every Database Feature and every Frontend Feature can be used by APEX immediately, and therefore is an APEX feature too. I am interviewing members of the development team plus anyone else with a story to tell about APEX. Let me know if you want to be a guest at: j_schuster@me.com
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This is Toma Velev's podcast. I'll be talking about technology, programming, marketing, psychology and philosophy, food and health. All are related to projects I am or I have worked on.
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The all things web development podcast by two Brits with opinions and puns. Join Phil and Jack for a relaxed chat as we sprinkle some salt and lavishly apply vinegar to a variety of topics from the world of frontend web development.
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On this repeat, we talk to Max Stoiber, Co-founder of Stellate, about his experience working with GraphQL, how devs can understand and manage their data layer, and how to use his open-source project, Fuse, to simplify working in the data layer. Links https://mxstbr.com https://github.com/mxstbr/mxstbr.com https://twitter.com/mxstbr https://linkedin…
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What are the top regrets of senior developers? How can their regrets help you better plan your path as a new developer? Will there be jobs in tech in the future? In this episode, Danny, Randall, and Russell discuss the top regrets of senior developers. The CodeNoobs podcast allows anyone to listen to past episodes of our weekly live streams. If you…
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Polypane purveyor Kilian Valkhof joins Nick & Jerod to tell us all about his efforts building a web browser just for web development. We cover it all: from the business concerns, to the technical details, to his excellent choice not to use TypeScript! We even sneak in a feature request that already made its way into this excellent dev tool for ambi…
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Nuxt 4 is cooking for a while and is close to being released soon. An ideal time for a DejaVue episode where Michael and Alex we explore the upcoming major version of the metaframework with the lead of the Nuxt team, Daniel Roe. After introducing Daniel, we jump into the power of small changes and how Daniel explains his day job to people. We then …
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Sam and Ryan talk about the difference between the costs of building a feature and the benefits that feature brings to our end users. They discuss how libraries and frameworks can lower the technical cost of building a given feature, how Ryan Florence framed this calculation in his talk at Big Sky Dev Con, and how sometimes developers’ opinions and…
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In this repeat episode, Matias Capeletto, Vite core team member, discusses Vite's history, development process, and its impact on the web development ecosystem, exploring future developments and its current state. Links https://vitejs.dev https://www.linkedin.com/in/matiascapeletto https://github.com/patak-dev https://patak.dev https://twitter.com/…
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In this episode of Dev Interrupted, Conor Bronsdon is joined by Sanghamitra Goswami, Senior Director of Data Science and Machine Learning at PagerDuty. Sanghamitra shares her expertise in AI and data science, including how engineering teams can effectively leverage both within their organizations. She also explores the history and significance of L…
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In this episode, James and Amy are live from Post Con 24 with Sterling Chin from Postman's Labs team. Sterling shares insights on how Postman leverages AI to build tools that enhance developer productivity. He delves into the experimental nature of Postman Labs, the importance of rapid iteration, and how they determine which features make it into p…
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Show Description We dive a bit deeper into the Cloudflare drama of the past couple of weeks, Instagram ads vs Cara art, what to do about Auth in your app, pre-negging any sponsorships, prototyping and feedback on projects, and ideas for future topics. Listen on Website → Links Cloudflare took down our website after trying to force us to pay 120k$ w…
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In this inaugural episode of our new "Sips of Wisdom" series, Ryan Burgess, host of the Front End Happy Hour podcast, sits down with Chris Bautista, a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix. Chris shares his journey through various tech giants, including the DOD, Hulu, and Netflix, providing a unique perspective on his career. He also offers valuable …
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When should you ask for help? How do you frame a question? Why is it so important to ask good questions if you want to be a good developer? In this episode, Danny, Randall, and Russell discuss why better developers ask better questions. The CodeNoobs podcast allows anyone to listen to past episodes of our weekly live streams. If you’d like to check…
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This episode covers the detailed process of taking Postman’s VS Code extension from a proof of concept to a fully-fledged product. Ruben Casas shares insights on the technical hurdles, team dynamics, and the iterative development process. Show Notes 00:00 Introduction 1:25 Background Story 2:09 Starting the Extension 3:27 Technical Challenges 6:19 …
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Today on DejaVue, Alex and Michael are joined by Game and Web Developer Eduard But, who created Geotastic - a Vue-based browser game revolving around geographical knowledge and uses Googles Maps and Streetview API! Starting with Edu's background in programming and web development and initial experiences with Vue.js, we dive deep into how it happene…
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Ryan tells Sam about his experiments with using the new View Transitions API in a React photo gallery app. He talks about how he likes the flexibility of the API, how to think about integrating it into any client-rendered app regardless of the framework, and how he used a Promise with an Effect to tie a View Transition to a React Transition. Topics…
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Ben Ilegbodu, a front-end tech lead at Netflix, explains React rendering in Next.js, covering various rendering strategies. He also discusses the transition from the Pages Router to the App Router. Show Note: At 18:45, Ben discusses how using React Server Components is easy for folks just coming to Next.js, but (for those who have been using Next.j…
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Ready to bridge the developer skill gap and set yourself up for success in the tech industry? Join me and my guest, Derek Wood, better known as Sheriff Derek, as we dissect the growing disparity between what employers expect and the current skill levels of many budding developers. We dive into why foundational skills are critical and how bootcamps …
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Did you know we have both this and a different internal FE podcast? The internal podcast started first and gave us the idea to start one on YouTube. Tune in to know how it all began and what we learned along the way. Follow us: - Chucho Castañeda https://twitter.com/honupo - Ricard Torres https://ricard.social/@ricard…
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Show Description Sven Neumann aka Sven Codes talks with us about SudokuPad, developing a cross-platform app, integrating new puzzles and features, the benefits of being easy to use, building a community, and monetizing an app while not upsetting your user base. Listen on Website → Guests Sven Neumann Guest's Main URL • Guest's Twitter Creator of Sv…
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In this episode of Front End Happy Hour, we dive into the topic of being typecast as a frontend or backend engineer. Is it really a bad thing? Our panel discusses the implications of these labels, how they can limit growth, and share strategies to break free from these constraints. We explore ways to diversify your skill set, advance your career, a…
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Are you an aspiring web developer? Do you plan to focus on frontend, backend, or full stack development? Does it make sense to focus only on the front or back ends? How do you choose the right path? In this episode, Danny, Randall, and Russell discuss the differences between frontend, backend, and full stack development, as well as how to determine…
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We’re back with another spicy YepNope debate! This time, Nick & regular guest Eric Clemmons are arguing that web development should need a build step, while KBall & special guest Amy Dutton argue that we really shouldn’t. Of course, the stance each panelist is taking is assigned ahead of time. Is that how they really feel? Tune in to find out! Leav…
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Join Emily and PodRocket hosts Noel and Paul as they revisit predictions from last year, dive into the latest announcements from Vercel Ship including React 19 and Next.js 15, explore the merging of Remix into React Router, and share their hot takes on current industry trends. Links https://www.linkedin.com/in/noel-minchow https://www.linkedin.com/…
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In this episode of DejaVue, Michael is joined by Matt Maribojoc, better known as LearnVue on YouTube. While Alex is being absent at VueConf US, Matt and Michael discuss topics around learning and understanding new programming features - from figuring out what the latest features are over to how to properly learn them and eventually teach them to th…
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This week, guest host Ben Lloyd Pearson chats with Thayse Onofrio, Software Engineer at Clutch and ex Thoughtworks. Thayse discusses how micro frontends allow individual application components to be operated and deployed independently, helping teams avoid the complexities of a monolithic architecture. They cover the technicalities, challenges, and …
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In this episode, Amy, Brad, and Bekah welcome back Kent C. Dodds, who shares exciting updates about his latest project, Epic Web.dev. Kent discusses the philosophy behind his comprehensive web development course, the importance of understanding foundational technologies, and the motivation behind creating Epic Web Conf. He also dives into the benef…
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I answered an aspiring developer's question: "In late 2022, I decided to get into SE to become a front end dev and decided to join an in-person bootcamp in 2023 to accelerate my learning. Choosing the bootcamp route over traditional schooling seemed like a quicker path into the field, especially since I'd already been self-studying beforehand. Whil…
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Show Description Matt Visiwig stops by to chat with us about his site, SVGBackgrounds.com, a membership site for copy-and-paste website graphics built around SVG. We talk about why he built the site, how he decided to monetize it, competing with AI garbage on the web, pricing membership options, and how he's running the site. Listen on Website → Gu…
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Do you stand out from other entry level developers? How can you ensure that employers will take notice of your application? What are you doing to distinguish yourself from the pack? Danny, Randall, and Russell discuss how to set yourself apart from other entry level developers. The CodeNoobs podcast allows anyone to listen to past episodes of our w…
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11ty creator Zach Leatherman is taking the open source site generator fully independent in 2024 and he’s back on the pod to tell us why, how & what we all can do to help. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members get a bonus 12 minutes at the end of this episode and zero ads. Join today! Sponsors: Clerk – Clerk is a complete suite of embeddable UIs, f…
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Michael is back from his paternity leave! And he brought three Design Patterns in Vue.js which he and Alex discuss in the 10th DejaVue Episode! Learn more about what Design Patterns are and what the three shown patterns do, when they should be used and which downsides they could bring. Enjoy the episode! Chapters (00:00) - Welcome Back Michael! (01…
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What is Accessibility? What's your experience with Web Accessibility? What does it mean a website is accessible? Keyboard navigation? Labels? These and more in today's episode. https://accessibility.day/ https://www.w3.org/WAI/ https://dynomapper.com/blog/27-accessibility-testing/273-wcag-the-web-content-accessibility-guidelines-explained Follow us…
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What's your take on Web Components? What are the best use cases? Should you use them for regular AEM projects? What's the best thing about Web Components? Check out a performance comparison of different frameworks and techniques to create Web Components: https://webcomponents.dev/blog/all-the-ways-to-make-a-web-component/ Follow us: - Chucho Castañ…
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Dan Lines is joined by Gil Broza, author of 'Deliver Better Results,' to discuss how you and your organization can achieve better results by focusing on processes. Gil shares his 20-year journey in the Agile field, focusing on product development, system thinking, prioritizing people, and mindful mindset adjustments. The conversation covers the boo…
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I answered an aspiring developer's question: "Biggest roadblock is just getting people to talk to me. Almost straight out of bootcamp I landed a junior software engineering role at a small digital product studio. Worked there for 9 months before getting laid off. But now amidst all the layoffs I’m small, tiny fish in an enormous pond. Despite apply…
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Show Description We're chatting with Jason Grigsby about what a white-collar recession means, how the sources and methods of consuming news shape our perspectives, whether the current economic conditions represent a market correction and if a rebound is imminent. We explore the critical decision of whether to embrace AI advancements or risk being l…
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