A show all about the JAMstack, a new way to build fast and secure apps or websites.
Ep. #91, Scalable Authentication with Maricris Bonzo of Magic
In episode 91 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Maricris Bonzo of Magic. Maricris unpacks her journey into developer advocacy, the work she’s done with Blockchain Ladies Club, and insights gleaned from future-proof authentication with Magic.
Ep. #90, Performance First with Ishan Anand of Limelight Networks
In episode 90 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Ishan Anand of Limelight Networks. They discuss Ishan's performance-first career journey as well as tools and tactics for optimizing build times.
Ep. #89, Developer-First Metrics with Terrence Chen of GitSense
In episode 89 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Terrence Chen of GitSense. Terrence unpacks the 3 principles of developer-first metrics, a concept focusing on empowering developers with metrics that work for them.
Ep. #88, Local-First Software with JB Rubinovitz of Homebase
In episode 88 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by JB Rubinovitz of Homebase, a platform for making local-first software. They discuss the features and use cases of Homebase, how Bail Bloc mines crypto for bail funds, and the future of decentralized data.
Ep. #87, Multiple Databases with Tanmai Gopal of Hasura
In episode 87 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Tanmai Gopal of Hasura. They explore the variables that come with running multiple databases including new security risks, authorization considerations, and problems around caching.
Ep. #86, Growing With DevRel with James Q Quick of Auth0
In episode 86 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by James Q Quick of Auth0. They explore the boundaries developer advocates must establish as both personal and professional content creators, as well as insights on preparing for a career in DevRel.
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