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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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20minJS

OpenReplay

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Stay up-to-date with the JavaScript and Open-Source communities with the 20MinJS podcast. We publish interviews to members of our communities and discuss new and exciting technologies that are shaping the web ecosystem.Hosted by OpenReplay, an open-source session replay tool for developers.
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Artisans Podden

Mikko Lauhakari och Jonas Erlandsson

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This is a podcast by two web.dev dads in Sweden. We are very involved in running, maintaining and being a part of the Swedish Laravel community. That is where this podcast sprung from, the LaravelSE community. But we are about so much more than just Laravel, we also love frontend development, backend development, solution architecting, all things web, tech and gadgets. Besides talking about all of the things above, we also chitchat about being dads, life, hipster-ing and much more. Note: We ...
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Charles M Wood

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Vue is a growing front-end framework for web developments. Hear experts cover technologies and movements within the Vue community by talking to members of the open source and development community.
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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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Foreign Devs Podcast

Victor Gonzalez, Jani Gyllenberg

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Two foreign developers discuss Laravel & PHP Development, the business of marketing, and more. About Victor Gonzalez Victor manages marketing for one of the nation's fastest growing boat manufacturers, a role that has seen him honored with the MMA Award for the Best Website in the Boating Industry. After hours, Victor produces web development tutorials at Coder's Tape, along with paid courses for Udemy. About Jani Gyllenberg Jani tackles business development and innovation at one of the nati ...
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Rebase

Georgy Marchuk, Tomáš Řehoř

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You know the project; you might even use it daily, but do you know the story behind it? Georgy Marchuk and Tomáš Řehoř invite the top minds and risings stars of the open-source world to talk about their journeys.
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Evrone development

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Evrone is an engineering company successfully delivering high-quality digital products for more than nine years. With extensive experience in a wide range of modern software technologies, we are here to help you to design unique complex web projects and startups. Our websites: https://evrone.com/ https://evrone.ru
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In DejaVue episode number nine, Tim Benniks joins Alex discussing how he used Vue in huge applications and how Tim and his team built 3000 websites for a single brand that most of you know - Louis Vuitton. In addition, Tim shares his journey from becoming a nurse to eventually learn web development. Learn which benefits Vue brought compared to the …
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Welcome to the eighth episode of DejaVue! In this episode, Alex and (past) Michael recap the highlights of Vue.js Amsterdam, one of the largest Vue.js conference. They discuss the amazing talks, including Evan You's keynote on the 10-year journey of Vue, exciting announcements like NuxtHub, and memorable moments from the conference. They also share…
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In the seventh episode of DejaVue, Alex sits down with Team Lead Marc Backes as our guest. Our conversation takes us on a journey through his career with Programming and Vue.js. Marc shares the beginnings of his coding journey, from the development of Software for a Mexican University and lessons learned from founding a startup and eventually joini…
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What if the tools you trust were actually betraying you? Join us for a riveting story where a team of software developers discovers that their compiler is compromised. What starts as suspicion of a simple bug quickly escalates into the alarming realization. In this 100th episode celebration past show regulars Don and Krystal join Adam lend their vo…
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Welcome to the sixth episode of DejaVue! Alex is joined by another amazing guest - he is a Front-end Developer, Public Speaker and also part of the Nuxt.js core team - Julien Huang. While Michael is still off on paternity leave, Julien and Alex talk about how Julien started to code (during COVID 😲) and when he dabbled into open source, which culmin…
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Welcome to the fifth episode of DejaVue! While Michael is on paternity leave after becoming a father, Alex is joined by a special guest, Patrick van Everdingen, Full Stack Developer, Speaker, Panel Host an Co-Founder of CareerDeck. In this episode, we talk about how Patrick started his Vue- and Nuxt-based side project, CareerDeck - and how it grew …
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Jake and Michael discuss some of the gotchas upgrading from a previous version of Laravel to 11.x, integrating a React frontend built in parallel to its backend, nested validation, and the simplicity of using a batteries-included framework like Laravel. Show links Laravel Bootcamp Laracasts Laravel Up and Running Onramp to Laravel Laravel Shift…
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Welcome to the fourth episode of DejaVue! From a Nuxt topic last week, Michael and Alex jump into a plain Vue.js topic again, or would you say... teleport? Yes, correct! The Teleports feature from Vue 3 will be explored - from its use cases to the native HTML dialog tag. The two hosts also cover how Teleports were created, even back in Vue 2, and t…
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Welcome to the third episode of DejaVue! After talking about an open source SaaS the last time and hearing a lot about Nitro, Alex and Michael dive deeper into the server framework which powers not only Nuxt but also other frameworks like Analog or SolidStart. Learn more about what Nitro is, the difference between Nuxt and Nitro and amazing feature…
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In this insightful episode, we sit down with Evan You, the visionary behind Vue.js, to unravel the origins and journey of one of the most beloved frameworks in the web development world. Evan shares the serendipitous moment that led to the naming of Vue.js, and how this simple yet profound decision marked the beginning of a new era in frontend deve…
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Welcome to the second episode of DejaVue - and the first one with a guest! Michael and Alex are joined by Harlan Wilton, an open-source developer from Sydney, Australia who is not only into backpacking and Nuxt.js but also builds amazing tools and applications. Harlan is discussing with Alex and Michael how he built his SaaS Request Indexing in les…
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Meet Mick West, whose career began in an unusual office setup — sandwiched between a kebab shop and a phone sex hotline. From there he worked all over Manchester, making computer games for Tiertex and Ocean. Career opportunies brought him to California and to his own game dev company, Neversoft. At Neversoft, navigating team growth and tight deadli…
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The very first episode of DejaVue is here! In this episode, Michael and Alex talk about Server-Side Rendering (SSR) and its benefits, use cases, and challenges. After understanding what SSR actually is and why it could be useful, rendering modes like Static Site Generation (SSG) and Incremental Static Regeneration (ISR) are discussed, as well as co…
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DejaVue - Your favorite Vue podcast - you just don't know it yet! Join Michael Thiessen and Alexander Lichter in this first trailer to find out who will guide you through the Vue and Nuxt journey in the upcoming weeks. Follow DejaVue on: * Web - https://dejavue.fm/ * Apple Podcast - COMING SOON ;) * YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/@DejaVueFM * Sp…
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Jake and Michael discuss using state machines to handle accurately and predictably handling error state, reviewing code and having your code reviewed, and converting request objects to data objects Show links - XState - Jake's State Machine's talk from Laracon US - Spatie's Laravel DataBy Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda
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What if your dedication to doing things right clashed with your company’s fast pace? Chris Krycho faced this very question at LinkedIn. His journey was marked by challenges: from the nuances of remote work to the struggle of influencing company culture, and a critical incident that put his principles to the test against the company’s push for speed…
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Jake and Michael discuss another of Michael's podcasts, Ripples, setting up review sites on Laravel Forge with Ryan Chandler's Forge Previewer, and speaking and attending Laracon(s). Show links Ripples Ryan Chandler Forge Previewer Laracon US PHPTek Here’s why you should attend LaraconBy Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda
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In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss the differences between transactional and campaign email and some approaches to sending them. We also touch on Jake speaking on PHP[TEK] 2024 on the topic of state machines. Show links Statecharts XState Visualizer xstate-viz Mermaid [PHP]TEK 2024 List-Unsubscribe header Google email sender guidelines SendS…
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Greg Wilson has been on a decades-long quest to transform how we teach and talk about software design. From getting rejections for using the term “beautiful code,” to empowering scientists through workshops on Python and Unix, Greg has pushed to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Join us as Greg shares his failures and epiphanies along the…
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What if your dreams were suddenly ripped away? What if your talents vanished, your passions erased? That's what happened to Jason McDonald when a traumatic brain injury at 16 ravaged his planned destiny of becoming a doctor. Jason painfully rebuilt his ind and body from scratch - relearning to read, write, even speak. A serendipitous discovery of c…
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