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Weekly podcast discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends. Also discuss programming practices, coding environments, and the communities related to the technology.

Weekly podcast discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends. Also discuss programming practices, coding environments, and the communities related to the technology.
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Weekly podcast discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends. Also discuss programming practices, coding environments, and the communities related to the technology.

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English


Episodes

JSJ 343: The Power of Progressive Enhancement with Andy Bell

12/11/2018
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Panel: Special Guest: Andy Bell In this episode, the panel talks with Andy Bell who is an independent designer and developer who uses React, Vue, and Node. Today, the panelists and the guest talk about the power of progressive enhancements. Check it out! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 0:34 – Chuck: Hi! Our panel is AJ, Aimee, Chris, myself and my new show is coming out in a few weeks, which is called the DevRev! It helps you with developer’s freedom! I am super excited. Our...

Duration:01:05:16

JSJ 342: Aurelia in Action with Sean Hunter

12/4/2018
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Panel: AJ O’NealJoe EamesJesse Sanders Special Guest: Sean Hunter In this episode, the panel talks with Sean Hunter who is a software developer, speaker, rock climber, and author of “Aurelia in Action” published by Manning Publications! Today, the panelists and Sean talk about Aurelia and other frameworks. Check it out! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 0:38 – Joe: Hello! Our panelists are AJ, Jesse, myself, and our special guest is Sean Hunter (from Australia)! What have you...

Duration:01:00:09

JSJ 341: Testing in JavaScript with Gil Tayar

11/27/2018
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Panel: Special Guest: Gil Tayar In this episode, the panel talks with Gil Tayar who is currently residing in Tel Aviv and is a software engineer. He is currently the Senior Architect at Applitools in Israel. The panel and the guest talk about the different types of tests and when/how one is to use a certain test in a particular situation. They also mention Node, React, Selenium, Puppeteer, and much more! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 0:35 – Chuck: Our panel is AJ, Aimee,...

Duration:01:02:49

JSJ 340: JavaScript Docker with Julian Fahrer

11/20/2018
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Panel: Special Guest: Julian Fahrer In this episode, the panel talks with Julian Fahrer who is an online educator and software engineer in San Francisco, California (USA). The panel and the guest talk about containers, tooling, Docker, Kubernetes, and more. Check out today’s episode! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 1:00 – Chuck: We have today Julian. Julian, please tell us why you are famous? 1:10 – Julian (Guest): I am a software engineer in San Francisco. 1:35 – Chuck:...

Duration:00:58:14

JSJ 339: Node.js In Motion Live Video Course from Manning with PJ Evans

11/13/2018
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Panel: Special Guest: PJ Evans In this episode, the panel talks with PJ Evans who is a course developer and an instructor through Manning’s course titled, “Node.js in Motion.” This course is great to learn the fundamentals of Node, which you can check out here! The panel and PJ talk about this course, his background, and current projects that PJ is working on. Check out today’s episode to hear more! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 0:36 – Chuck: Welcome and our panel consists...

Duration:00:49:32

JSJ 338: It’s Supposed To Hurt, Get Outside of Your Comfort Zone to Master Your Craft with Christopher Buecheler

11/6/2018
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Panel: Aimee KnightChristopher Ferdinandi Special Guests: Christopher Buecheler In this episode, the panel talks with Christopher Buecheler who is an author, blogger, web developer, and founder of CloseBrace. The panel and Christopher talk about stepping outside of your comfort zone. With a technological world that is ever changing, it is important to always be learning within your field. Check out today’s episode to learn more! Show Topics: 0:00 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 1:08 – Aimee:...

Duration:00:43:37

JSJ 337: Microstates.js – Composable State Primitives for JavaScript with Charles Lowell & Taras Mankovski

10/30/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Charles Lowell (New Mexico) & Taras Mankovski (Toronto) In this episode, the panel talks with two special guests Charles and Taras. Charles Lowell is a principle engineer at Frontside, and he loves to code. Taras works with Charles and joined Frontside, because of Charles’ love for coding. There are great personalities at Frontside, which are quite diverse. Check out this episode to hear about microstates, microstates with react, Redux, and much more! Show...

Duration:01:18:14

JSJ 336: “The Origin of ESLint” with Nicholas Zakas

10/23/2018
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Panel: Aimee KnightCharles Max WoodChristopher Ferdinandi (Boston)Cory House (Kansas City)Joe Eames Special Guests: Nicholas Zakas In this episode, the panel talks with Nicholas Zakas who writes on his site, Human Who Codes. He is the creator of ESLint, also the author of several books, and he blogs, too. He was employed through Box and today he talks about ESLint in full detail! Check it out! Show Topics: 0:05 – Advertisement: KENDO UI 0:37 – Hello! The panel is...(Chuck introduces...

Duration:01:08:01

JSJ 335: “CanJS 4.0” with Justin Meyer

10/16/2018
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Panel: Aimee KnightCharles Max WoodChristopher Ferdinandi (Boston)Joe Eames Special Guests: Justin Meyer In this episode, the panel talks with Justin Meyer who is a co-author of DoneJS, CanJS, jQueryPP, StealJS, and DocumentJS. Justin currently works for Bitovi and is their Director of R&D. He is also a fan of basketball and Michael Jackson. The panel and Justin talk about CanJS in-detail – check it out! Show Topics: 0:58 – We had you on Episode 202. 1:14 – Chuck: Can you tell everyone...

Duration:00:54:04

JSJ 334: “Web Performance API” with Dan Shappir

10/9/2018
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Panel: Aimee KnightCharles Max WoodChristopher Ferdinandi (Boston) Special Guests: Dan Shappir (Tel Aviv) In this episode, the panel talks with Dan Shappir who is a computer software developer and performance specialist at Wix.com. As Dan states, his job is to make 100 million websites (hosted on the Wix platform) load and execute faster! Past employment includes working for companies, such as: Ericom, Ericom Software, and BackWeb. He studied at Technion Institute of Management and...

Duration:01:07:58

JSJ 333: “JavaScript 2018: Things You Need to Know, and a Few You Can Skip” with Ethan Brown

10/2/2018
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Panel: Aimee KnightJoe EamesCharles Max Wood Special Guests: Ethan Brown In this episode, the panel talks with Ethan Brown who is a technological director at a small company. They write software to facilitate large public organizations and help make projects more effective, such as: rehabilitation of large construction projects, among others. There is a lot of government work through the endeavors they encounter. Today, the panel talks about his article he wrote, and other topics such as...

Duration:01:12:45

JSJ 332: “You Learned JavaScript, Now What?” with Chris Heilmann

9/25/2018
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Panel: AJ O’NealAimee KnightJoe EamesCharles Max Wood Special Guests: Chris Heilmann In this episode, the panel talks with programmer, Chris Heilmann. He has written books about JavaScript, in addition to writing a blog about it and is an educator about this program. He currently resides in Berlin, Germany. Let’s welcome our special guest and listen to today’s episode! Show Topics: 2:19 – Chuck talks. 2:41 – Chris: He has talked about JavaScript in Berlin upon an invitation. You can get...

Duration:01:13:57

JSJ 331: “An Overview of JavaScript Testing in 2018” with Vitali Zaidman

9/18/2018
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Panel: AJ O’NealAimee KnightJoe EamesCharles Max Wood Special Guests: Vitali Zaidman In this episode, the panel talks with programmer, Vitali Zaidman, who is working with Software Solutions Company. He researches technologies and starts new projects all the time, and looks at these new technologies within the market. The panel talks about testing JavaScript in 2018 and Jest. Show Topics: 1:32 – Chuck: Let’s talk about testing JavaScript in 2018. 1:53 – Vitali talks about solving...

Duration:00:54:55

JSJ 330: “AWS: Amplify” with Nader Dabit

9/11/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Nader Dabit In this episode, the panel talks with programmer, Nader Dabit, who has been with Amazon’s AWS for the past six months. They discuss the new innovations that Amazon is currently working on, and the exciting new projects that Nader gets to be involved with. Check out this episode to hear all the latest! Show Topics: 1:45 – There are two main things that Nader works with. Check out this timestamp to see what they are. 3:29 – AJ to Nader: Tell me more...

Duration:01:04:11

JSJ 329: Promises, Promise.finally(), and Async/await with Valeri Karpov

9/4/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Valeri Karpov In this episode, the panel talks with programmer, Valerie Karpov from Miami, Florida. He is quite knowledgeable with many different programs, but today’s episode they talk specifically about Async/Await and Promise Generators. Val is constantly busy through his different endeavors and recently finished his e-book, “Mastering Async/Await.” Check-out Val’s social media profiles through LinkedIn, GitHub, Twitter, and more. Show Topics: 1:20 – Val has...

Duration:01:08:31

JSJ 328: Functional Programming with Ramda with Christine Legge

8/28/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Christine Legge In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Christine Legge about functional programming with Ramda. Christine is a front-end software engineer and just recently got a new job in New York working at Google. Ramda is a utility library in JavaScript that focuses on making it easier to write JavaScript code in a functional way. They talk about functional programming and what it is, using Ramda in Redux, and referential transparency. They also...

Duration:00:55:21

JSJ 327: "Greenlock and LetsEncrypt" with AJ O'Neal

8/21/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: AJ O'Neal In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to AJ O'Neal about Greenlock and LetsEncrypt. LetsEncrypt is a brand name and is the first of its kind in automated SSL and Greenlock does what Certbot does in a more simplified form. They talk about what led him to create Greenlock, compare Greenlock to Certbot, and what it’s like to use Greenlock. They also touch on Greenlock-express, how they make Greenlock better, and more! In particular, we dive...

Duration:00:55:08

JSJ 326: Conversation with Ember co-creator Tom Dale on Ember 3.0 and the future of Ember

8/14/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Tom Dale In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Tom Dale about Ember 3.0 and the future of Ember. Tom is the co-creator of Ember and is a principle staff engineer at LinkedIn where he works on a team called Presentation Infrastructure. They talk about being in the customer service role, having a collaborative culture, and all the information on Ember 3.0. They also touch on the tendency towards disposable software, the Ember model, and more! In...

Duration:00:57:18

JSJ 325: Practical functional programming in JavaScript and languages like Elm with Jeremy Fairbank

8/7/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Jeremy Fairbank In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Jeremy Fairbank about his talk Practical Functional Programming. Jeremy is a remote software developer and consultant for Test Double. They talk about what Test Double is and what they do there and the 6 things he touched on in his talk, such as hard to follow code, function composition, and mutable vs immutable data. They also touch on the theory of unit testing, if functional programming is the...

Duration:00:53:47

JSJ 324: with Kent Beck

7/31/2018
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Panel: Special Guests: Kent Beck In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panel talks to Kent Beck. Kent left Facebook 4 months ago after working for them for 7 years and is now self-unemployed so that he can decompress from the stressful environment that he was a part of for so long. He now travels, writes, creates art, thinks up crazy programming ideas, and is taking a breather. They talk about what he did at Facebook, what his coaching engagement sessions consisted of, and the importance...

Duration:01:06:32