A weekly chat about the lives and workflows of modern web developers, hosted by Sean Washington & Rockwell Schrock.
259: Seeing the UI Respond
Sean and Rockwell talk about the importance of taking time off, then Sean shares his experience with React Query, and Rockwell finally tries out IntelliJ.
258: Greg Schier, Creator of Insomnia
Greg joins Sean and Rockwell to talk about what he's been up to this past year. They dive into the Firebase/Ionic stack that drives his newest app, ReadRally, and Greg imparts his wisdom on getting products out the door.
257: Redwood.js with Anthony Campolo
Anthony Campolo (@ajcwebdev) joins Sean and Rockwell to talk all about Redwood.js: its inception, principles, tooling, deployments, and much more.
256: Just Get It Out
Rockwell give his first impressions on rebuilding an iOS app with SwiftUI, then Sean and Twitch chat share their goals for 2021.
255: Skinning the Same Cat
Sean and Rockwell discuss Hotwire, serverless applications, React server components, and some important show announcements!
254: Appreciate Other Ways of Working
Sean and Rockwell review some Apple devices, talk about Sean's sudden shift in workload, react-query, stripping out unncessary (?) complexity from your application, and Apple Fitness.
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Catalyst for my Elixir obsession
You guys have got me hooked on elixir. Listening to you both talk about the journey of learning new libraries, architectures, and styles has been a huge motivation for me to double down on going all in on Elixir. Hearing the humble side of two seasoned programmers talk through every day problems has allowed me to let my guard down and be comfortable in stepping into functional programming while looking like a complete idiot. I’ve been scared to try Elixir in fear of being less productive and not knowing what I’m doing. Huge thank you!
Love the Show & Keep up the Great Work!
Love the show and the supportive community that you guys are building around programming and web development. Especially enjoy the tools, best practices and recommendations on general programming shared on each show - and also the advice to seek good/work life balance!
Straw and Washington Nail It!
Paul Straw and Sean Washington do a fantastic job of condensing topical web development issues into easy to understand chunks and then discussing said issues with a wit and depth of understanding that few other podcasts achieve. Their openness to the audience and focus on the topics are top notch. This is one of the first podcasts I recommend to developers I meet and new hires at our company.