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Two Friends Talking About Things (2FTAT [TOOF-tat] for short) is a recorded series of conversations between long-time friends Jason Lengstorf (bit.ly/1LtjG8Z) and Nate Green (bit.ly/1CWAAtK). For Nate and Jason, personal growth and development has always been a primary focus. And deep, brutally honest conversations about their successes, failures, challenges, and fears have played a critical role in that personal development. But it’s a little unusual for grown men to have best friends. And ...
 
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Building a career as a Software Engineer is hard. Once a week, I share a conversation with an industry veteran about their career successes and stumbling blocks. Whether you're trying to break into the industry, fighting with imposter syndrome, or just trying to take the next big step in your career, you'll benefit from hearing how successful engineers have triumphed and failed in their careers. Learn more: www.devpath.fm
 
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Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Let’s face it. Open source is a big world and it can be intimidating to navigate. In this episode, we’ll talk about our experience with and what it’s like to contribute to it. 🔌 Plugs OpenHatch https://gramps.js.org/ Nadia Eghbal - Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Sourc…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Let’s face it. As developers, there are SO many tools for us to choose from! 😵‍💫 It’s not wonder why many of us develop decision fatigue and paralysis as the industry continues to grow and expand. In this episode, we talk about how we navigate the complex ecosystem and some of our favorite …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In our first official Debate and Switch episode, Phil, Tara, and Ben are debating (and then switching) on the topic of Monopolizing Technology: Is it good? Is it bad? You’ll have to listen to find out which it is! 🔌 Plugs OpenJS Foundation Monopoly for iOS 👥 Panelists People who were remote…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. If you are thinking about making the transition from an engineering role to a management role, then this episode is for you. In this session, we'll explore what our experience has been, and things to watch out for if you choose to make the switch! 🔌 Plugs http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/dynl…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In this episode, we talk about change management and driving forward critical-but-often-undervalued work with special guest Thuy Doan (pronounced Twee and Doan rhymes with “cone”! 🍦) from Prodigy Education. A company that aims to help every child in the world love learning. Their main produ…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In this episode we talk about our thoughts on the good, bad, and ugly of a workplace environment. You’ll learn about some of our distractions, uncomfortable chairs, Jason’s shaking standing desk, and much more. 👥 Panelists People who were remotely interesting: Prince Wilson Jason Lengstorf …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify! Since the toolchain around web development has become a lot more complex over the years, the path for getting started has felt more convoluted. However, is this really the case? Join us as we talk about what is considered “minimum viable web dev knowledge.” 🔌 Plug /r/Superbowl Neopets Netli…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In this episode, we talk about the results of the Jamstack Survey and what we learned from it. 🔌 Plugs Jamstack Community Survey 2021 The State of JS The State of the Octoverse Alex Russell 👥 Panelists People who were remotely interesting: Lauris Voss Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic 🔖 Chap…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Most of us have heard things like CDN and caching when it comes to optimizing what we deliver to our end users when building sites and apps, but recently there’s been a trending terminology that’s crept up: “The Edge.” 🔌 Plugs Salma’s YouTube Clip on Edge Network Netlify Edge Functions Docs…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Whenever someone buys a domain, we all know that that side projects always gets prioritized and shipped to production in record time right? As if! 😅 If you're anything like us, you've bought plenty of domains where the intent is there and sadly it never manifests to anything more than anoth…
 
This episode of Developer Experience is about Developer Education. It’s a wonderful time to become a developer: the demand has never been higher, and there’s a literal ocean of free and paid content to kick start a new career in tech. This firehose of educational content is a side-effect of such a high demand for developers, and it makes it difficu…
 
On today's episode, Sarah Dayan discusses open source sustainability with Nicholas Zakas, creator of ESLint. ESLint is a widely popular JavaScript linter with a giant ecosystem of third-party plugins. If you have a JavaScript project with a continuous integration, you are certainly using ESLint and you do not want it to fail. Nicholas is also a sea…
 
On today's episode, our hosts Sarah and Bryan are chatting about Documentation with Adam Wathan from Tailwind CSS. To talk about this today, we invited (for the second time in the show) Adam Wathan, creator of Tailwind CSS. Tailwind is a CSS framework optimized for building custom designs really quickly without having to start totally from scratch.…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. You have values (maybe) and the company you work for has values. Do they align and is that important? We're joined by the only guest to ever come back to our show, Thuy Doan, to get the tiniest sample size of opinions on the matter and learn from each others experiences. People who were rem…
 
On this episode, our hosts Sarah and Bryan are chatting about accessibility with Kitty Giraudel. Kitty is a front-end developer and accessibility specialist who is currently leading the front-end team at Gorillas. Before this, they have led the front-end team to rebuild the web platform at N26, with a strong focus on accessibility. We are going to …
 
On today's episode, our hosts Sarah and Bryan are going to talk about the role of community in Developer Experience. We're all part of communities, whether we participate in them or not. Are they any major differences between developers centric communities and more traditional ones, centered around geography or interests? We're also seeing more and…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. To day we have the pleasure or meeting up with Evan Weaver, CTO of Fauna to hear about his Jamstack journey. People who were remotely interesting: Cassidy Williams Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic And special guest: Evan Weaver, Fauna CTO Who is he? Co-founder, CTO (former CEO) of Fauna The…
 
On today's episode, we're going to talk about fostering developer collaboration in a remote world. This is a special edition because Sarah Dayan is joined for the first time by her new co-host Bryan Robinson, Senior Developer Advocate at Algolia. Working remotely is not something new, especially in the tech industry, but since the beginning of the …
 
A short episode to announce a big change in the future of the podcast: Evan has decided to leave the show! He's doing so to reduce his own commitments and avoid burnout, but is leaving with a lot of goodwill for the podcast to carry on. Scott will continue to host the show with a new co-host to be announced in the next episode. Thank you all so muc…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ We're joined this time by Debbie O'Brien, Head Developer Advocate at Bit, Github Star, Google Developer Expert, Microsoft MVP, and much more. …
 
How to nail down the right abstractions for optimal DX? Building abstractions is at the core of API design. They become the face of your software, and they dictate a significant part of its developer experience. How to design the right abstractions? What is the difference between an opinionated software and a failing abstraction? To answer these di…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ We're joined this time by Sam Julien, professional gate-opener, managing DevRel at Auth0, instructor at egghead, and author of the Developer M…
 
Cassidy Williams first made waves as one of Glamour's 35 Women Under 35 Who Are Changing Tech.... now she's making waves in roughly 100 different ways, including Twitter and TikTok. Join our chat with this very friendly meme-lady and dev advocate, who has a lot to say on everything from mechanical keyboards to how to stay active without getting exh…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ We're joined this time by Amelia Wattenberger, a Staff Engineer at Github Next and Author of the Fullstack D3 and Data Visualization course & …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Cassidy Williams Jason Lengstorf Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic SHOW NOTES: Who's got a favorite database? Everyone Structured vs. Unstructured Data our first database experiences (lots of MySQL) learning about databases Jason thinks his brain gets bi…
 
Catalin Pit is a technical writer, YouTuber and tweeter of knowledge. He's known for his writing and tutorials, but he also has a great ability to speak candidly about being a developer and what's happening in the community. In this episode, we cover his experiences as a technical writer (including a lot of tips to help anyone else who wants to sta…
 
In this episode, Sarah Dayan chats with not only one, but two guests: - Sadek Drobi, Founder and CEO at Prismic - Haroen Viaene, Javascript Library Developer at Algolia They chat about what it takes for a technical product to blend into other people's codebases. How do you ensure that developers want to put your code in their code? Why is it as imp…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Cassidy Williams Jason Lengstorf Ekene Eze (Kenny) Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic Marisa Morby Show notes: Tuckman's stages of group development: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuckman's_stages_of_group_development form, storm, norm, perform Collaborat…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ Tune in for a fascinating discussion with Maggie Appleton, UX designer, art director & anthropologist at egghead.io. We touched on Second Brai…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Jason Lengstorf Ekene Eze (Kenny) & Special Guests Emily con Hoffmann Marisa Morby SHOW NOTES: What is research & how is it done? connect & learn from users there aren't many beakers in tech research, thanks, Jason research has been democratized a lot t…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ Join us for a talk with Brandon Roberts, web dev, Developer Advocate at Nrwl, and a maintainer of NgRx. We touch on working in open source, wh…
 
Tim Bourguignon is a Chief Learning Officer as well as a podcast host, which means he not only has plenty to say... he also says it in a radio voice. Join us as we talk about what it means to be a mentor as well as some of the many tips and insights Tim has come across during his time as a mentor and podcast host. Also, brief mentions of D&D. Learn…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Ben Hong Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic & we welcome, Jon Perl & Laura Cressman from QA Wolf 👏!! In this episode, we learn about testing from some people who hate testing. BUT really what they hated was all the setup and how hard it was to get up and …
 
In this episode, we chat with Ben Hong from Netlify about the challenges of providing amazing developer experience for a wide variety of technical stacks. How do you consistently provide incredible DX to everyone when what you build isn't tied to a single platform? How do you properly think of such systems? Ben gives us insights on how the DX team …
 
We're back with season 2 of Untold Developer Stories, the podcast where we talk with popular developers to uncover the stories and tips you never knew. This time we're here with Linda Liukas, the children's book author, mediocre programmer (her words!!) and winner of like 15 awards, including Technology Playmaker of the Year 2019 and Forbes Top 50 …
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ We're joined by Shaundai Person this time, UI Engineer at Salesloft and an instructor at Egghead. We talk a great deal about TypeScript, what …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. People who were remotely interesting: Ben Hong Cassidy Williams Phil Hawksworth Tara Z. Manicsic SHOW NOTES: In this episode, we chat about Distributed Persistent Rendering, On-Demand Builders, and more acronyms than we know what to do with 😆 We hope you have as much as we had recording thi…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ We're joined by Jason Lengstorf this time, VP of Developer Experience at Netlify and host of LearnWithJason.dev. We talked about a lot of thin…
 
Show Notes DPR RFC: https://github.com/jamstack/jamstack.org/discussions/549 Matt's talk about simplicity at React Summit https://www.netlify.com/blog/2021/04/29/keeping-it-simple-at-react-summit/?utm_campaign=devex-&utm_source=remotely-interesting&utm_content=dpr-keeping-it-simpleBy Ben Hong, Cassidy Williams, Ekene Eze, Phil Hawksworth
 
In this first episode, we dive deeper into what is developer experience with Adam Wathan from Tailwind Labs and Lee Robinson from Vercel. Why did developer experience become so important? Concretely, what does it mean and how do you achieve it? Sarah Dayan chats with our 2 guests to uncover what makes awesome DX, what are the best examples out ther…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Cassie Evans, Lead bestower of animation superpowers at Greensock, speaker, educator, and SVG Magician. W…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Ryan Burgess, Engineering Manager at Netflix, and host of the engineering podcast Frontend Happy Hour. We…
 
Discussion Points Hustle Culture meeting goals and deadlines vs? work/life balance team & management influence on hustle culture Burn Out working past wanting to work how to stop working? What's the alternative? what are some ways to change the way we work? what are some personal ways to set boundaries or deal with burn out?…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Stephanie Eckles, author of ModernCSS.dev, Egghead instructor, and creator of styleStage.dev. She joined …
 
**The Future is in the Technology** - Quick overview of what the Jamstack architecture is and where it's headed - What & Why decoupling - What technologies exist now that help solve static problems of the past (e.g. serverless functions for dynamic data like payments, JWT for stateless auth, build plugins for more autonomous workflow, etc.) - What …
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Ahmad Shadeed, an independent product designer and frontend developer from Palestine, and author of the b…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Nolan Lawson, a Frontend Engineer and web performance expert. He joined us to talk about his blog article…
 
Welcome, Citizens of the Globe, to the Frontend Heroes podcast. Our show is now available to watch on Youtube as well as in audio form! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHOQaJkM-ckTkoN8sGLbhQ In this episode we are joined by Shirley Wu, award winning creative and co-author of the book Data Sketches. We skim the surface of data v…
 
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