Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing great code!
25 - Season 1 Finale
Over the past 6 months Larry Botha has had the privilege of chatting with some of the best devs in the industry, learning what makes them tick, how they’ve gotten to where they are, and how they develop their skills. Here's a summary of the some of the biggest takeaways from Season 1.
24 - Chris Coyier
23 - John Allsopp
John has been building for the web since the early 90’s. With his timeless article, The Dao of Web Design, his book, Developing with Web Standards, and as co-founder of the Web Directions conference series, John has made a massive impact on the lives of designers and developers the world over.
22 - Rachel Nabors
Rachel is an award-winning cartoonist and graphic novelist who now cuts her teeth as an expert on web animations. With her webanimationweekly.com newsletter and slack.animationatwork channel, courses on Lynda.com and Frontend Masters, and her latest book, Animation At Work, Rachel is an authority on improving user experience through using motion on the web.
21 - Ada Rose Cannon
Ada is a developer advocate and senior developer at Samsung. Previously a PlayStation developer, Ada now dedicates her time to pushing the limits of WebVR, and experimenting with client-side APIs.
20 - Aimee Knight
I've recently found this awesome podcast and been listening to the episodes available. Great guests with such interesting questions, definitely been learning a lot with their answers and all the resources shared. Completely recommend it!
The interview with Chris Heilmann provided a lot of wisdom about the front-end development business and a mined a lot of wisdom from Chris' professional journey. Larry does a great job of getting to the bottom of what his interviewee has to offer, and Chris' call to developers for a return to 'respecting out code' is timely.
Great guests & insightful!
Glad to hear a pod with dev insights and concepts that, rather than having a panel of hosts discuss, goes straight to the horses mouth and interviews key influencers and figures in the Dev community.