A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
152: Ben Orenstein - How to Stand Out When Applying for a Job at a Small Company
In this episode Adam talks to Ben Orenstein about what you can do to stand out if you’re trying to get a job at a small company.
151: DHH – Building HEY with Hotwire
150: Secret Screencasting Tips & Behind the Scenes of Tailwind CSS 2.0
In this episode, Adam and Jack talk about all the secret tips you need to know to screencast like a pro. Then they go deep into some of the things Adam is working on for Tailwind CSS 2.0, like the new default config file.
149: Choosing a Payment Processor, Radical Icons & W3C Hype
Adam and Jack discuss how it sucks when you're forced to change billing platforms, and embark upon a deep dive on the merits of Adam's favorite solutions. We also talk about Jack's recent Radical Icon launch and promotional strategy regrets, which thankfully has a bit of a silver lining, and in Statamic news – the W3C drops WordPress and narrows their next CMS choice down to Statamic and Craft.
148: Accessible Focus Styles, Tailwind Labs on YouTube, and Secret Projects
Adam and Jack talk about accessible focus styles, Headless UI, the new Tailwind Labs YouTube channel, Tailwind presets, and the progress on the great Statamic Bug-Fix-a-Thon of 2020. They also kick around what "Tailwind Lite" could be and where it might live, Adam spills the beans on a secret Tailwind project, and they get really excited about ideas they totally plan to do but probably never will happen.
147: Surviving GitHub Issues, the Statamic 3 Launch Aftermath, Tailwind 1.8, and Headless UI
Adam and Jack talk about strategies for keeping up with GitHub issues and coping with customer criticism, and how life is going after the Statamic 3 launch. They also talk about the new features in Tailwind 1.8, and work through some branding problems for the new Headless UI project the Tailwind team is working on.
Consistenly Current and Interesting
Adam Wathan has the unique gift to find guests and topics that are both current, yet discussed in a way that makes them relevant, even when relistening to episodes from a few months, or even years ago.
It's clear Adam does a lot of work in preparing for these interviews and the discussions are well directed and always informative. Even if the topics are (sometimes) technologies I may never use, hearing Adam and his guests discuss things always leaves me with a conceptual understanding and allows me to make decisions in other technologies (that I do use) just so much better.
Thank you! Please keep up the excellent work!
Good but annoying sometimes
It’s a great podcast with intelligent conversation and very useful insights. But the host should stop his continuous interruption of the guest. It is really annoying and immature. Overall I feel host talks more than the guest.
But it was better when it was interviews with different people.