A show all about the JAMstack, a new way to build fast & secure apps or websites.
Ep. #80, Educator Empathy with Alex Trost of Prismic
In episode 80 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Alex Trost of Prismic. They discuss the growing prevalence of headless CMSes, tips for building out developer experience teams, expressing appreciation for educators, and getting started with Prismic.
Ep. #79, Rethinking Your Stack with Mike Cavaliere of Echobind
In episode 79 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Mike Cavaliere of Echobind. They discuss how Echobind leverages Jamstack tools for client projects, the importance of evaluating the tools in your stack, and Mike’s book Cut Into The Jamstack.
Ep. #78, Non-profit Open Source Orgs with Shedrack Akintayo of Cloud Foundry Foundation
In episode 78 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Shedrack Akintayo of Cloud Foundry Foundation. They discuss Shedrack’s introduction to the JAMstack, how he engages his community as a Developer Advocate, and how Cloud Foundry is impacting JAMstack developers.
Ep. #77, Exploring Cloudflare Pages with Rita Kozlov
In episode 77 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Rita Kozlov of Cloudflare. They discuss how the success of Cloudflare Workers led to Cloudflare Pages, the new JAMstack platform that allows developers to deploy static sites easily.
Ep. #76, Growing Alongside JAMstack Communities with Tessa Mero of Cloudinary
In episode 76 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Tessa Mero of Cloudinary. They share stories from the developer advocate role, tips for scaling communities, and tactics for improving accessibility to online events.
Ep. #75, Accelerating Back End with Johan Eliasson of Nhost
In episode 75 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas chats with Johan Eliasson of Nhost. They discuss their favorite JAMstack tools, the inception of Nhost and its use cases, and other innovations in back end services.
Hidden gem— great podcast!
They do a great job breaking down technical subject matter, making it very easy to follow along. Highly recommended if you're a developer— it's a good add to your rotation.
JAMStack is great!
I enjoy the format, guests, and especially the discussions on JAMStack Radio. I've run my own tech podcast for 2 years and I am very impressed with the caliber of the show at such an early stage. I expect JAMStack will be one of the top tech podcasts very soon