300 episodes

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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4.5 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

MP7373 ,

A great overview of what’s going on in JavaScript

In October I decided I would listen to every episode of this podcast and just this week (December) finally caught up. It was really interesting seeing the discussions move from Backbone, Knockout, Angular.js, and Ember to mostly React essentially overnight in 2015. It was also interesting to listen to predictions about how es6 would be adopted and how some people correctly predicted that this would lead to build systems and JavaScript becoming a compilation target. Also it was interesting to me that the web component spec was discussed in 2012 and in almost 2019 it had yet to see wide adoption.
I really love the personal touch this podcast, with things like AJ ONeils reoccurring intro gag, the bacon convention, all of the board games, and the picks section. It’s also nice to see a lot of less popular libraries and frameworks covered rather than just the same old stuff. The breadth of topics leads to a large variety of things to add to the “maybe ill check that out” list. Also most importantly all of the people in the panel seem to be really sincere and that matters.
I’ll definitely continue listening to this podcast and would definitely recommend it to anyone’s interested in what’s going on in JavaScript.

dldnh ,

Too much of a good thing

It's sad but not surprising how JSJ has suffered in quality since expanding to twice a week.

Capitol Reef ,

Really Insightful

I’ve learned a ton listening to this podcast. The host is really involved and engaged in web development and it shows. It is easy to follow while out for a walk or something n a drive. Thank you for keeping this going.

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