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04:10 Hot Take Tweets
05:42 Semi colons are not optional
06:11 For loops are not needed
07:19 People forget about ES Harmony
08:11 Sponsor: Sentry
10:28 Classes were a mistake
10:54 Stay as close to the platform primatives
11:36 TypeScript is overrated and overhyped
11:50 Kickin it old school
var that = this;
Test for Opera var test = /^function \(/.test(.sort);
25:09 Sponsor: Payments Hub
26:29 Syntax Error
31:19 JS or NAY-S
39:02 Sponsor: Freshbooks
39:57 Using Array methods or for loops
41:12 What web tech is overhyped and what’s under hyped?
43:01 Would you rather use Dvorak or Mac butterfly keyboard?
43:41 Name all provinces and territories in Canada
45:38 How did Wes and Josh meet?
46:52 What’s your favorite Trader Joes snack?
47:29 Would you hire a European or American developer?
49:04 How would you validate a product idea for Saas business?
49:48 What podcasts do you listen to?