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Bad at CSS

David East, Adam Argyle

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Are you bad at CSS? Well... we all are. The Bad at CSS podcast is hosted by Adam Argyle and David East. It's not meant to be anything special or formal. Grab a beer or your favorite beverage and give us a listen (or a watch) to discuss all the difficulties and intricacies of CSS. Sometimes there might even be an awesome guest.
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Center for Sports Studies Podcast

Brandon Podgorski, Josh Hornbacher

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The Center for Sports Studies podcast is a bi-monthly show dedicated to teaching its listeners about the business-side of sports. Hosted by Trine University professor Brandon Podgorski, the CSS podcast will interview sports professionals and discuss current research in sports studies.
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Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the web’s core styling language. For web developers, It’s one of the quickest technologies to get started with, but one of the hardest to master. Follow Una Kravets and Adam Argyle, Developer Advocates from Google, who gleefully breakdown complex aspects of CSS into digestible episodes covering everything from accessibility to z-index.
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Far beyond the frontier of civilized space, sails the starship the CSS Cavalier, manned by her strange and daring crew. Their destination? Adventure. Their cargo? Your dang ears. Their mission? Episodic science fiction comedy at the intersection of Star Trek, Douglas Adams, and the Marquis DeSade. From the same people who birthed unto you the blockbuster true-crime podcast Rude Tales of Magic comes a new and improvised sci-fi (science fiction) delight that has already been banned in most pub ...
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The adventures of Matt Lawrence and Mike Karan through the world of web development, web design, and small business management. As web development agency owners for the better part of a decade, they’ve worked with all sorts of technologies, through the rise of responsive web design, the revolution of serverless computing, and the popularity gain of many no-code tools for small business owners. They commonly discuss foundational web development technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript - in ...
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The official podcast of the freeCodeCamp.org open source community. Each week, founder Quincy Larson interviews developers, entrepreneurs, and professors. You'll learn all about how to build your skills and accelerate your career in tech. Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs: https://www.freecodecamp.org
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What's the craic? Welcome to The Visual Div, your unfiltered gateway to all things Webflow, straight from the Emerald Isle. No fluff, just two Irish devs dissecting the latest features, community buzz, and tech developments in the world of Webflow. Picture it like this: two mates, endless digital chatter, and maybe a pint or two. It's like your typical Friday night pub talk, but with way more CSS and API calls. So grab your headphones and let's get this party started!
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Exploring all matters of high strangeness, from the paranormal, weird science, forbidden archeology, giants and of course your dude and mine...Sasquatch. We'll ask such hard hitting questions like, what is Sasquatch? Is he the Great North American Tree Ape? Or just some portal tripping, inter-dimensional long haired hippy type? My moneys on Ape, and I bet just like most of his ilk, when he's mad, he flings the poop.....
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The Community Service Society of New York (CSS) has worked with and for New Yorkers since 1843 to promote economic opportunity and champion an equitable city and state. We center the voices and experiences of communities of color and people facing economic insecurity, powering change through a strategic combination of research, services, and advocacy. By expanding access to health care, affordable housing, employment opportunities, debt assistance, and more, we make a tangible difference in ...
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A podcast about developer tools and the people who make them. Join us as we embark on a journey to explore modern developer tooling and interview the people who make it possible. We love talking to the creators front-end frameworks (React, Solid, Svelte, Vue, Angular, etc), JavaScript and TypeScript runtimes (Node, Deno, Bun), Languages (Unison, Elixor, Rust, Zig), web tech (WASM, Web Containers, WebGPU, WebGL), database providers (Turso, Planetscale, Supabase, EdgeDB), and platforms (SST, A ...
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Code Rush

Jay George, Rob de Kort

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A regular podcast about the challenges of front-end design & development in a fast-moving industry, with Jay George and Rob de Kort. We chat about industry news, workflow, favourite software, and everything else related to designing and developing websites.
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The official podcast of the freeCodeCamp.org open source community. Each week, founder Quincy Larson interviews developers, entrepreneurs, and professors. You'll learn all about how to build your skills and accelerate your career in tech. Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs: https://www.freecodecamp.org
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Sustain brings together practitioners, sustainers, funders, researchers and maintainers of the open source ecosystem. We have conversations about the health and sustainability of the open source community. We learn about the ins and outs of what ‘open source’ entails in the real world. Open source means so much more than a license; we're interested in talking about how to make sure that the culture of open source continues, grows, and ultimately, sustains itself. #mcembedsignup{background:#f ...
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Podcast interviewing people from the reddit webdev with 340,000 members. Discussion about software development, web development, web dev, html, css, javascript, full stack, front-end, back-end, devops and everything in between.
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GradCentric

Jason Anderson

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GradCentric is a podcast hosted by Gradmetrics to help families plan and prepare for college and manage student loan debt. Every week we share tips on college topics including student loans, financial aid, FAFSA, CSS Profile, merit aid, scholarships, exploring majors, finding a career, and school selection.
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History is, indeed, a story. With his unique voice and engaging delivery, historian and veteran storyteller Fred Kiger will help the compelling stories of the American Civil War come alive in each and every episode. Filled with momentous issues and repercussions that still resonate with us today, this series will feature events and people from that period and will strive to make you feel as if you were there.
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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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Made in Bristol

Made in Bristol

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Podcast and audio streams of the Informal front end developer meet-up in Bristol, UK. Talking CSS, HTML, Javascript, SASS, LESS, BEM, UX, Web Design and the digital process.
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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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We are The Uni Diaries Podcast, brought to you by Unimelb SAMM. Tune is as we chat about uni, study, careers, navigating your way through your late teens/early twenties, as well as chatting to some wicked guests. Make sure you follow us on insta @the_unidiaries to stay up to date on all of our content!! 🔥🤪🍉🐠🪐 Our Hosts: Steph, Kaylee, Isabella, Chamudi, Karthik and Adrianna https://www.theunidiaries.online/ @the_unidiaries @unimelbsamm Get in touch with us: communications@unimelbsamm.com or, ...
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From the strange and funny, to the in depth and serious, Days of Yore will cover stories of yester-year from around the globe. The past is chalked full of interesting tales, many of which connect us to a lost time, and each other as an ever advancing people. We are bound by our earth, and our past. We hope you stop in and lend us an ear, because you never know, you might learn something new.
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Weekly Code Quickies is a podcast designed for programmers and developers of all skill levels. Each episode is a bite-sized, quick-hit of valuable information and tips on a specific programming languages, back to front-end frameworks, best tools, emerging technologies, and best practices for working remotely. The podcast is perfect for those who are short on time but still want to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in the industry, including the latest tech news, new technologies, ...
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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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Our aim is to educate and make the admissions process what it should be: a stress-free, fun adventure to ultimately determine the next chapter of your student’s life. Join us as we go in-depth into the college admissions process, college costs, and other aspects of admissions to help you stay informed and organized as a family throughout this process. The College March Podcast is proudly sponsored by March Consulting. Find show notes and other bonus material at mymarchconsulting.com.
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On this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp founder Quincy Larson interviews Kass Moreno, a Senior Front End Developer and CSS Artist. Kass started learning coding at age 28 and has since built a reputation as one of the most skilled artists who work with CSS. We talk about: Her childhood in Mexico and in Texas Making the hard decision to d…
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On this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp founder Quincy Larson interviews Kass Moreno, a Senior Front End Developer and CSS Artist. Kass started learning coding at age 28 and has since built a reputation as one of the most skilled artists who work with CSS. We talk about: Her childhood in Mexico and in Texas Making the hard decision to d…
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Advanced htmx: Recap & grouping each of the 13 advanced attributes we went over this "season" This means we have now gone through every attribute! (not counting extensions) 1. Browser & History Hx-push-url - set your url Hx-replace-url - replace your url, save no snapshot Hx-history-elt - change snapshot from default to particular element Hx-histor…
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Guest Yani Bellini Saibene Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode of Sustain, host Richard welcomes guest Yani Bellini Saibene from Argentina. Yani, with a rich background in open source community management, shares her journey into the tech and open source world, and highlights her roles as the rOpenSci Community Manager, R-Ladies Pr…
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In this episode, Trine Center for Sports Studies Director, Brandon Podgorski, talks with former Chief Financial Officer of the Indianapolis Colts, Kurt Humphrey. Kurt was one of the first full-time hires for the Colts, after they moved in Indianapolis in 1984, and served as the CFO for 37 years. In this episode, he discusses the CFO’s role in profe…
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Just when he thought it was safe in the Galaxy, Delicious Donald (Branson Reese) arrives in his personal hell. Meanwhile, Katya Bushnikova (Carly Monardo) and Mitzi Festerchild (Ali Fisher) investigate a series of strange disappearances on the planet's only settlement. You heard right! The whole cast is doing a LIVE SHOW AT THE BELL HOUSE IN BROOKL…
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Your nice hosts conclude their GDC 2024 coverage with a pair of interviews they conducted at the show. Mark catches a post-show cold, Stephen gets over his, and Ellen thought everything sounded great. Midwest Games / Carbon Engine Midwest Games Midwest Games Chris Klimecky - LinkedIn Midwest Games - Work with us Carbon Engine Carbon Engine - Limite…
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This week we had the pleasure of sitting down with the creator of MacOS Web, Puru Vijay to discuss how creating projects can help land you a job in the web development field. MacOS Web has come up in Puru's job interviews and has helped him build a connection with the development community, including those that are hiring. He is also passionate abo…
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AI is a hot topic these days with LLMs dominating much of the tech talk we see online. In the web development scene, chatbots like ChatGPT and Copilot are able to develop and debug code through simple conversational prompts that don't require complex developer-level knowledge. This simplicity has brought with it a lot of discussion and debate about…
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This week we talk to Adam Wathan, the creator of Tailwind CSS. We go into all the changes for Tailwind CSS v4, discussing how they use Rust and Lightning CSS. Adam also shares about how they've been monetizing the tool and building out Tailwind Labs. We also address some of the heated feedback from the Twitter. https://adamwathan.me/ https://github…
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In this episode, Camilla Uppal is joined by Macella Wan, Underwriting Manager at Harbour Underwriting. Macella shares insight into her career journey from private practice to Harbour Underwriting, one of the leading providers of commercial dispute insurance for both claimants and defendants. Macella explains what type of cases that litigation insur…
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On this week's episode of the podcast, I interview Jabril. He's an indie game developer who's building a turn-based fighting game called ultrabouters. Jabril has developed tons of other games as well. He runs the popular Jabrils gamedev focused-YouTube. He's also published a 5-hour introduction to programming course on freeCodeCamp. We talk about: …
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On this week's episode of the podcast, I interview Jabril. He's an indie game developer who's building a turn-based fighting game called ultrabouters. Jabril has developed tons of other games as well. He runs the popular Jabrils gamedev focused-YouTube. He's also published a 5-hour introduction to programming course on freeCodeCamp. We talk about: …
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Guest Adewale “Ace” Abati Panelist Richard Littauer Show Notes In this episode, host Richard Littauer sits down with Adewale “Ace” Abati, a staff developer advocate at TBD and member of the Open Source Community Africa. Today, they discuss Ace’s work in building a decentralized future of the web and advocating for open protocol and Web5 technology.…
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In this episode, Camilla Uppal is joined by Baljit Kaur Chhokar, Solicitor and Yoga and Meditation Teacher to discuss how yoga and meditation can benefit current and aspiring lawyers. Baljit explains why she decided to qualify as a yoga teacher, discusses how yoga and breath-work can help with stress management, and provides tips on how to prioriti…
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Vendor lock-in in web development refers to a situation where a company becomes overly reliant on a single vendor's products or services, making it difficult and costly to switch to another provider. This can lead to several issues, such as reduced flexibility, high switching costs, and a lack of interoperability with other systems. This might mean…
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Jack McDade joins us to talk about his brand new Radical Design Course. The three of us are all going to Flat Camp EU and it is just around the corner. Statamic will get a major version update soon and it contains some pretty exciting new features and enhancements. Lastly, there’s a very generous discount code for Radical Design in this episode as …
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This week we have Dan Abramov, a core team member of React. We talk about his latest work on Bluesky, a decentralized social network. We also go into many react topics, including the history of server components, the new React compiler, and the future of React. https://twitter.com/dan_abramov2 https://danabra.mov/ https://overreacted.io/ https://bs…
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In this episode, Camilla Uppal is joined by Hannah Beko, author of the bestselling book The Authentic Lawyer. Hannah provides insight into the key issues with the culture in many law firms, and her opinion on how law firms could help tackle the issues that lawyers face. Hannah also explains what it means to be an authentic lawyer, the benefits of b…
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We love tools: linters, type checkers, test runners, asset compilers, et al. Whilst these tools can help solve problems, they might also be a sledgehammer when all you really need is a screwdriver. Let me tell you a little anecdote about upgrading my personal site to Laravel 11, and why sometimes removing a tool is even better than adding one.…
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Guest Jacob Kaplan-Moss Panelist Richard Littauer | Amanda Casari Show Notes This episode of Sustain explores the challenges and dynamics of funding open source projects. Host Richard Littauer and co-host Amanda Casari welcome guest Jacob Kaplan-Moss, Board Member and Treasurer of the Django Software Foundation, and Security Architect at Latacora. …
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On this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp Founder Quincy Larson interviews Leon Noel, founder of 100Devs and head of engineering at Resilient Coders. Growing up, Leon had it drilled into him that he had to become a doctor, lawyer, or dentist. But his ambitions grew and he went on to have an exciting career in tech. After a successful exit…
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On this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp Founder Quincy Larson interviews Leon Noel, founder of 100Devs and head of engineering at Resilient Coders. Growing up, Leon had it drilled into him that he had to become a doctor, lawyer, or dentist. But his ambitions grew and he went on to have an exciting career in tech. After a successful exit…
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Some of your nice hosts, plus some nice guest hosts, traveled to San Fransisco last week for the 2024 Game Developers Conference. There was so much to see and do and it ended up being too much for just one episode... actually, it was too much for just two episodes! So, how much GDC 2024 content is there exactly? Well, plans changed and it's too com…
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About this episode: For those aboard the fifty-gun USS Congress, it had been a quiet morning. Its crew, as usual, prepared the twenty-year-old vessel for inspection which would be held the next day. Meanwhile, the ship’s quartermaster gazed out over Hampton Roads which glistened under a late winter sun. All seemed normal. And then, at 12:45 p.m., a…
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Spring has sprung, so it's no better time for a seasonal special, baby!! Join Joe, Ali, Chris, and Branson as they draft their dream Trek bridge crew, chat about Vulcans, oh and make one incredible surprise announcement. Don't miss it! TREK DRAFT RULES This will be a snake draft. You will draft a crew of 7 officers to helm your Starship Your crew m…
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Crow has been having breakfast in the same bar for 26 years The World’s Oldest Shipwreck Has Been Discovered At The Bottom Of The Black Sea: A 2,400-Year-Old ‘Odysseus’ Ship Researchers Finally Uncover What Wiped Out The Mayan Civilization Crazystrangedaze@gmail.comBy Mick Strange
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Free tiers are no stranger to web developers as many look to them to get them started on a new tool, try out hosting, or help with some basic design work. The problem is that free tiers are sometimes downgraded, or even completely removed from existence if a service decides that they're more trouble than they're worth. For those relying on free tie…
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