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An interview show where I talk to programmers, developers, and coders of all types who have gone into business for themselves. I find out the secrets to their success so you can make the move into an entrepreneurial pursuit yourself.
 
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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.
 
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In this episode, Adam talks to Rob Walling about choosing, validating, and marketing a viable software product. Topics include: Brainstorming ideas vs. paying attention to your own problems Why it's smart to start with a product that might never make a million dollars a year Should you avoid markets with competition? Why it's a good idea to bui ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Leslie Cohn-Wein and Rafael Conde about designing and implementing new UI features at Netlify. Topics include: Creating pixel-perfect mockups in advance vs. designing and implementing in tandem Working with existing JS libraries for interactive UI features vs. hand-rolling a custom implementation from scratch How ...…
 
Joel is a software developer living outside Portland, OR who is passionate about home educating his 5 kids. Joel helps run egghead.io, the internet’s best resource for teaching developers modern programming. When not running egghead or hanging out with his family, Joel likes to read, cook, and spend time with his local community of friends. Joe ...…
 
In this episode, Adam gets some advice from Ian Landsman of Userscape on marketing and positioning a new Tailwind CSS components directory project he's working on with Steve Schoger. Topics include: Building website templates vs. a UI kit Should the product be positioned as a UI library or an educational resource? One-time purchase pricing vs. ...…
 
Kitze is a JavaScript developer and founder of React Academy where he teaches React and GraphQL around the world. He's the maker of Sizzy - the browser for designers and developers and he's documenting his journey building Sizzy on YouTube. He’s made products like JSUI, Twizzy, Lucky Retweet, OK Google, and more. Kitze's Links GitHub stars won' ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Matt Biilmann CEO of Netlify about building the Netlify dashboard, and what makes it feel so fast. Topics include: Walking through how a single screen in the app is rendered in step-by-step detail How they separate container components and presentational components to make things easier to reason about How the Red ...…
 
Sean is a software engineer turned startup founder who has gone through Y-Combinator twice - first in the summer of 2011 with a company called Bushido, and more recently in Summer of 2018 with a company called OneGraph. In the gap, he ran engineering for a payments company, gave dozens of conference talks, contributed to several open-source pro ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Benedikt Deicke about building Userlist.io, a new email automation product for SaaS businesses that he recently launched with his co-founder Jane Portman. Topics include: The risks and technical challenges of building client-side API integrations and why Benedikt decided to focus on a server-side integration for l ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Taylor Otwell about Laravel Vapor, the new serverless platform for Laravel applications that was recently announced at Laracon US. Topics include: What is serverless? What AWS services Vapor manages and how they are billed Using a single RDS instance with multiple databases Understanding cold boots with Lambda and ...…
 
Jason's Bio Jason Resnick helps freelancers discover their niche, plan out and market themselves to build recurring revenue, and stay in the feast. So that they can live the life that they want and ultimately reach the goals of why they started their own business in the first place. He has run his own web development business since 2010 helping ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Ryan Toronto about his journey from being a full stack Rails developer to focusing on single page applications, and why application developers should be betting on UI-focused frameworks like Ember, React, and Vue. Topics include: How modernizing a Flash app drove Ryan to start building SPAs How products are really ...…
 
Chris's Bio Chris Ferdinandi helps people learn vanilla JavaScript. He believes there’s a simpler, more resilient way to make things for the web. Chris is the author of the Vanilla JS Pocket Guide series, creator of the Vanilla JS Academy training program, and host of the Vanilla JS Podcast. His developer tips newsletter is read by thousands of ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Aaron Gustafson about authoring semantic HTML in the context of web applications, where choosing the right element can be a lot more complicated than it seems. Topics include: Can you have more than one "h1" on page? How important is heading order? Why not everything that looks like a heading should necessarily be ...…
 
Nader Dabit is a web and mobile developer currently working as a Developer Advocate at Amazon Web Services. He's also the founder of React Native Training, the author of React Native In Action, & the creator of React Native Elements and an aspiring futurist. When he's not programming he's probably traveling, spending time with his family, or re ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Mitchell Hamilton about writing your styles directly in your JavaScript components using the CSS-in-JS library Emotion. Topics include: What CSS-in-JS even is What Emotion does differently than other CSS-in-JS libraries How to actually use Emotion to style your projects How the JSX pragma works and what it's for H ...…
 
Jeff Cross is the CEO of Nrwl (Narwhal), where he works with the world's best companies to develop highly-collaborative software engineering organizations. Prior to Narwhal, Jeff was one of the early members of the Angular team at Google and tech lead of the Angular Mobile team. Jeff's Links NrwlBy Ryan Chenkie.
 
Chris is a full stack developer from Las Vegas, NV and is the founder of the popular web development tutorial site Scotch.io. He is a Google Developer Expert in web technologies and is a frequent live-coder on Twitch. When not coding he can be found rolling up the Vegas strip in his Model 3 or squatting, bench-pressing, or deadlifting major wei ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jerod Santo of The Changelog about building their custom podcasting platform using Elixir and Phoenix. Topics include: How pattern matching works in Elixir and why it's more powerful than method overloading in other languages How Elixir's pipe operator makes the transition from OO to functional programming more na ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jason Lengstorf about Gatsby, and why using React and GraphQL to build something even as simple as a blog is not as crazy of an idea as it sounds. Topics include: How Gatsby is more than just a static site generator How you create pages with Gatsby and how it's more powerful than traditional static site generators ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Sebastian De Deyne about learning React from the perspective of a Vue developer, and how to translate all of the Vue features you're already comfortable with to React code. Topics include: How Vue focuses on making things easy at the cost of a more complex API, while React focuses on keeping things simple at the c ...…
 
Justin the co-founder of Transistor.fm, a podcast hosting and analytics platform. He's worked with SaaS companies since 2008, mostly as a Product Manager. Justin also runs a community for bootstrappers called MegaMaker. Justin's Links Justin's Website Justin on Twitter Build Your SaaS Transistor.fm on Baremetrics Rewardful Affiliate Links Profi ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Justin Jackson about growing his new SaaS business Transistor to $10,000 in MRR. Topics include: Why you need more than just a product, and what Justin brings to the table in his partnership with Jon How having an audience helped him get his first customers, even in a crowded market Why you should use every advant ...…
 
Eric Elliott is a distributed systems expert, and author of the books "Programming JavaScript Applications" and "Composing Software". He builds and advises development teams for crypto projects, and has contributed to software experiences for Adobe Systems, Zumba Fitness, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, BBC, and top recording artists including U ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Guillermo Rauch building and deploying serverless web applications with Now. Topics include: How Now is trying to bring the CDN experience to your server-side code How the constraints of serverless can nudge you to build more robust solutions How to talk to a database in a stateless serverless environment Best pra ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jeffrey Way about the process of building the brand new Laracasts.com with Tailwind CSS. Topics include: How Jeffrey has written CSS historically, and what drew him to a utility-first approach Incrementally replacing Bulma with Tailwind The importance of solidifying your Tailwind configuration before beginning to ...…
 
Jesse is the founder and CEO of BrieBug Software and an Angular Google Developer Expert (GDE). He regularly speaks around the world on Angular and related web technologies to inform and inspire developers on how to build the next generation of web applications. He regularly teaches workshops on Angular fundamentals, NgRx, and advanced Angular t ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Caleb Porzio about Livewire, a new library he's working on that lets you build interactive user interfaces using server-side code. Topics include: Pain points you run into when you are working in a JS based UI instead of a server-rendered UI What Livewire is and where the inspiration came from How Livewire lets yo ...…
 
Jeff Whelpley is the CTO and co-founder of GetHuman, one of the most popular websites in the world for customer service information and tools. He is also a Google Developer Expert and a leader in the tech community, organizing a number of local meetups in Boston and speaking at many different tech conferences around the globe. Jeff's Sites GetH ...…
 
🎉You can now pre-order Full Stack Radio shirts and stickers! Learn more → In this episode, the tables are turned as Sam Selikoff interviews Adam about the upcoming release of Tailwind CSS v1.0. Topics include: Semantic versioning and why there hasn't been a v1.0 release already How v1.0 will be encouraging people to leverage the default design ...…
 
Tracy is the Co-Founder of This Dot Labs, a consultancy helping teams build front end applications and is focused on hiring women. She is also a Google Developer Expert, RxJS Core Team member, a Women Techmakers Lead, and a frequent keynote speaker at conferences. She heads up Community Relations at Node Foundation, is the host of the Modern We ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jonathan Reinink about a new approach he has been using to build Laravel and Vue.js apps that lets him match the UI fidelity of an SPA, without abandoning server-side routing or data fetching. Topics include: Why the UI fidelity threshold for building an SPA feels so low How forcing yourself to prepare data for Vu ...…
 
A web developer by trade, Brad is an entrepreneur and educator who lives in Southern Alberta with his wife and two children. He teaches people how to get their start in the world of web design, and has helped hundreds of thousands of students learn how to design and code beautiful websites. Brad's mission is to teach aspiring entrepreneurs how ...…
 
In this episode, Adam continues his discussion with Sam Selikoff about building single page applications, this time focusing on strategies for keeping your API layer as simple as possible, so all of your complexity lives in your client-side codebase instead of being spread across both. Topics include: Building an API without writing any control ...…
 
Adam is a full-stack developer and entrepreneur from Canada. He's an active contributor in the Laravel and Vue communities, the host of the Full Stack Radio podcast, and the creator of Tailwind CSS. He runs his own business creating books and courses for other developers full-time. Links Blog Posts The $61,392 Book Launch That Let Me Quit My Jo ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Sam Selikoff about single page application architecture, and why you should think of client-side applications like desktop applications. Topics include: Why you should think of SPAs as desktop apps instead of web apps Strategies for pushing complexity out of your backend and on to the client Building optimistic UI ...…
 
In the spirit of the new year, Adam and Ben Orenstein talk about getting in shape through strength training. Topics include: What exercises you should focus on and why How to develop a system that will force you to make progress The importance of keeping a training journal Why full-body workouts are better than training a specific muscle group ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Jonathan Reinink about strategies for off-loading resource intensive work from your application code and into your database. Topics include: Issues you run into when you do too much work in code instead of in the database Why memory usage is just as important as query count How being smarter with your database usa ...…
 
In this episode, Adam and Steve Schoger answer listener questions about UI design, and share all of the details about their upcoming book and design resource Refactoring UI. Questions include: What's your process for getting started on a new design? How do you make your designs feel original? How do you choose fonts for a new project? How do yo ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Paul Jarvis about defining your own version of success and why you might not need to build a big business to achieve it. Topics include: Why "success" shouldn't mean the same thing to everyone How to stay small without doing all the work you don't want to do yourself Why it's important to define what "enough" is fo ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Ben Orenstein about the common mistakes people make when working on a new project that prevent them from getting it to the finish line. Topics include: Why deadlines are critical Using manual processes to avoid building features entirely How launching a stripped down version of your idea can help you build the righ ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Sébastien Chopin about Nuxt.js, a Next.js-inspired framework for building server-rendered client-side applications with Vue.js. Topics include: The history behind Nuxt.js How Nuxt.js uses special Page components and file-based routing instead of using a traditional router Creating dynamic page-based routes without ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Tim Neutkens about Next.js, an opinionated React framework for building server-rendered client-side applications. Topics include: How Next.js is different than using create-react-app How page-based routing works in Next.js vs. a traditional router The mechanics behind how components are server-side rendered and pic ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Ryan Chenkie of Angularcasts about authentication strategies and security best practices when building client-side applications with frameworks like React, Vue, Angular, or Ember. Topics include: What JSON Web Tokens are and how to use them to authenticate users Strategies for invalidating stateless API tokens Usin ...…
 
In this episode Adam talks to Ryan Florence about the challenges of making custom UI components accessible, and how Ryan is trying to make that easier with Reach UI. Topics include: How modern JS frameworks have made the web less accessible How Reach UI is making it easier for people to build accessible components without sacrificing customizab ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to James Clear about why goal setting isn't enough, why you should focus on building habits instead, and how to build habits that you'll actually stick with. Topics include: Why goals aren't useful on their own The four rules that guide human behavior Using environment design to encourage the habits you want to adopt ...…
 
In this episode, Adam continues his event sourcing discussion with Frank de Jonge from episode 85, going deep into how to actually implement event sourcing using Frank's library EventSauce. Topics include: How to fetch and reconstitute an aggregate from its events Using generators to make it easy to transform event streams What it looks like to ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Ben Orenstein about the benefits of pair programming and how to do it effectively. Topics include: The benefits of pairing with someone more experienced than you The benefits of pairing with someone less experienced than you How pairing helps you build things faster Why pairing often removes the need for code revi ...…
 
In this episode, Adam and Justin Jackson have a candid conversation about a life-changing realization Adam recently had about what he does for a living. They talk about why it's important to define your business by the people it serves instead of the product you make, and how to stop stressing yourself out trying to come up with the perfect Saa ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Derrick Reimer about building his new app Level as an SPA using Elm, Phoenix, and GraphQL. Topics include: Why Derrick chose to build Level as an SPA Choosing Elm over React or Vue How Elm is sort of like a language and framework combined Moving to Phoenix from Rails Why getting abstractions right feels easier in ...…
 
In this episode, Adam talks to Derrick Reimer about the product design decisions behind Level, a new team communication platform Derrick is building. They also talk about Derrick's decision to open-source the entire codebase, despite the fact that he's building a real business around it. Sponsors: Cloudinary, sign up and get 300,000 images/vide ...…
 
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