A weekly podcast about web design and development with a little zest from James Q Quick and Amy Dutton.
68 | Developer Productivity, Featuring Brad Garropy
In this episode our guest, Brad Garropy explains his setup for increasing the developer experience and making his developer experience better. He's created several tools along the pipeline.
67 | Learning How to Code and Transition Your Career into Tech with Allan Vila
This episode features Allan Villa. He transitioned into tech by teaching himself how to code in seven months and then landed his first job in tech.
66 | Agency Life and a NFT Side Project with Ken Jones
This episode features Ken Jones, his side project Birdables that's he's turned into an NFT and printed actual trading cards. Ken also runs a small web agency and builds websites in various technologies.
65 | Validating an Application: How do I know I’m building the right thing? Where do I start?
In this episode, Amy and James talk about the process of validating an application idea, planning it out, and determining which features get built first.
64 | Part Time Creators Featuring Swyx
In this episode, our guest, Swyx talks about how part-time creators have an advantage over full-time content creators, leading indicators when creating content, networking and engaging with your audience, and creating luck.
63 | Building a Discord Bot with TypeScript, Node.js, Prisma, PlanetScale, and Heroku
In this episode, James explains how he built a custom Discord Bot for the Learn Build Teach Community that allows users to give out kudos for learning, building, or teaching.
Great info and a fun duo!
I binged 5 or 6 episodes on a drive home last weekend and really enjoy the way Amy and James work together to share their perspectives on web development and design.
The series on content creation (podcast, blog, Youtube) and the year-end episodes were particularly inspiring.
Thanks you two!
Lots to Learn!
This podcast is great! Learned a ton about the tech behind their site, how to get started on a project and even how to choose a stack. They went over a lot of technologies that I am excited to use in my projects! Give them a listen, it’s definitely worth it for all web devs!
Big fan of Amy and James!
These two are experts in their craft. So much to learn from them. Grateful they are sharing!