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Weekly panel discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends.
This show is primarily focused on the web ecosystem, but also covers NodeJS, mobile, and language features.

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    • Education
    • 4.2 • 45 Ratings

Weekly panel discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends.
This show is primarily focused on the web ecosystem, but also covers NodeJS, mobile, and language features.

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    • 47 min
    Do You Have Dev FOMO? ft. Yoav Ganbar - JSJ 510

    Do You Have Dev FOMO? ft. Yoav Ganbar - JSJ 510

    Yoav Ganbar joins the Jabber crew to discuss Dev FOMO. He leads the panel through a discussion about adopting technologies and knowing about new niches. The panel discusses how to stay on top of the movements in our ecosystem and when we should prioritize other things.






    Panel





    Aimee KnightAJ O'NealCharles Max WoodDan ShappirSteve Edwards





    Guest





    Yoav Ganbar





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    Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Top End DevsCoaching | Top End Devs





    Links





    GitHub: Yoav Ganbar ( hamatoyogi )LinkedIn: Yoav GanbarTwitter: Yoav Ganbar ( @HamatoYogi )





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    Aimee- What is SSH Tunneling, SSH Reverse Tunneling and SSH Port Forwarding? | TeleportAimee- Why Does Quantitative Easing Benefit the Rich?AJ- GitHub - ulid/spec: The canonical spec for ulidAJ- Jake Archibald on TwitterAJ- GitHub - Creeds of CraftsmanshipCharles- The Search for Planet XCharles- Author | Top End DevsDan- Core Web Vitals Technology ReportDan- The Kite Runner by Khaled HosseiniSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramSteve- The wholly pun bible | InstagramYoav- Zack JacksonYoav- Next.js Conf 2021Yoav- daily.dev

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    • 1 hr 20 min
    SEO for Developers ft. Mordy Oberstein - JSJ 509

    SEO for Developers ft. Mordy Oberstein - JSJ 509

    Mordy Oberstein joins the JavaScript Jabber panel to discuss SEO and how what seems like a marketing concern is relevant and exciting for developers.


    SEO is working with a black box with regards to Google since Google and other search engines don't tell you anything about how they adjust their search algorithms.


    Mordy walks through how developers can contribute to the issues around showing up in search engine results.




    Panel





    AJ O'NealDan ShappirSteve Edwards





    Guest





    Mordy Oberstein





    Sponsors





    Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trialTop End Devs





    Links





    The Best SEO Podcast for Tips & InsightsMordy Oberstein - Facebook





    Picks





    AJ- Better off Ted - Jabberwocky Project - YouTubeAJ- Rise of the RobotsAJ- The Economic SingularityAJ- Dangerous Wrongthinkers ( AlignPay and 2nd Amendment Processing )AJ- Creeds of CraftsmanshipDan- Google Is The Most Searched Word On BingDan- Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? | Transitional Apps with Rich Harris, NYTimes - YouTubeMordy- For All Mankind | Apple TV+Steve- Best Practices (why I Hate Them)Steve- The wholly pun bible - InstagramSteve- Dad Jokes by Pubity - Instagram





    Contact AJ:






    AJ ONealCoolAJ86 on GITBeyond Code BootcampBeyond Code Bootcamp | GitHubFollow Beyond Code Bootcamp | FacebookTwitter: Beyond Code Bootcamp ( @_beyondcode )coolaj86- Twitch





    Contact Dan:






    GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )LinkedIn: Dan ShappirTwitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )





    Contact Steve:






    Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

    Special Guest: Mordy Oberstein.
    Sponsored By:
    Top End Devs: Learn to Become a Top 5% Developer.
    Join our community of ambitious and engaged programmers to learn how.Raygun: Raygun now offers Real User Monitoring of Core Web Vitals. Start your 14-day free trial now.Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io): Your project management tool should be a breeze to setup, at least mildly enjoyable to use, and help evolve your already existing development workflows so it's easier to get things done. Does that describe your current tool? If it does, great! You can stop reading. If not, then Shortcut (formerly known as Clubhouse) could be the perfect fit. We're project management built specifically for software teams and we're fast, intuitive, flexible, powerful, and many other nice, positive adjectives. Delight the grumpiest scrum masters with Shortcut.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    State Management ft. Assaf Krintza - JSJ 508

    State Management ft. Assaf Krintza - JSJ 508

    Assaf Krintza joins the JavaScript Jabber panel to discuss the various approaches and uses for state management in web applications. Some of the focus is on React, but many of the tools and approaches work in or have similar options in the other web frameworks.






    Panel





    AJ O'NealDan ShappirSteve Edwards





    Guest





    Assaf Krintza





    Sponsors





    Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tv





    Links





    LivecycleLinkedIn: Assaf Krintza Twitter: Assaf Krintza ( @krinssaf )





    Picks





    AJ- Killers of the Flower MoonAJ- The Stormlight ArchiveAJ- The Lightbringer SeriesAssaf- Shadertoy BetaAssaf- Inigo Quilez - YouTubeDan- Dilvish, the DamnedDan- The Changing LandDan- Hobson's BrowserSteve- A Tunguska sized airburst destroyed Tall el-Hammam a Middle Bronze Age city in the Jordan Valley near the Dead SeaSteve- The wholly pun bible - InstagramSteve- The wholly pun bible - InstagramSteve- GitHub | elijahmanor/devpun





    Contact AJ:






    AJ ONealCoolAJ86 on GITBeyond Code BootcampBeyond Code Bootcamp | GitHubFollow Beyond Code Bootcamp | FacebookTwitter: Beyond Code Bootcamp ( @_beyondcode )coolaj86- Twitch





    Contact Dan:






    GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )LinkedIn: Dan ShappirTwitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )





    Contact Steve:






    Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

    Special Guest: Assaf Krintza.
    Sponsored By:
    Top End Devs Coaching: If you have questions about how to grow your skills or take your career to the next level, join us on our next weekly coaching call. It's completely free.Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io): Your project management tool should be a breeze to setup, at least mildly enjoyable to use, and help evolve your already existing development workflows so it's easier to get things done. Does that describe your current tool? If it does, great! You can stop reading. If not, then Shortcut (formerly known as Clubhouse) could be the perfect fit. We're project management built specifically for software teams and we're fast, intuitive, flexible, powerful, and many other nice, positive adjectives. Delight the grumpiest scrum masters with Shortcut.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    D3 and Data Visualization ft. Ian Johnson - JSJ 507

    D3 and Data Visualization ft. Ian Johnson - JSJ 507

    Ian Johnson is a former Google UX engineer and data visualization engineer with ObservableHQ building data visualizations with JavaScript. He works on both the tools and the visualizations built with D3 on the web. He discusses how to use tools like D3 to tell a story using your data.






    Panel





    Dan ShappirSteve Edwards





    Guest





    Ian Johnson





    Sponsors





    Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trialDev Influencers Accelerator





    Links





    ObservableDrawing with DataScales / Observable PlotTwitter: Ian Johnson ( @enjalot )





    Picks





    Dan- Apple’s Browser Engine Ban Is Holding Back Web App Innovation – The New StackIan- Bret Victor, beast of burdenIan- For ExampleIan- Bret Victor - Inventing on Principle - YouTubeSteve- Dad Jokes on InstagramSteve- Dad Jokes by Pubity





    Contact Dan:






    GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )LinkedIn: Dan ShappirTwitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )





    Contact Steve:






    Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

    Special Guest: Ian Johnson.
    Sponsored By:
    Raygun: Raygun now offers Real User Monitoring of Core Web Vitals. Start your 14-day free trial now.Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io): Your project management tool should be a breeze to setup, at least mildly enjoyable to use, and help evolve your already existing development workflows so it's easier to get things done. Does that describe your current tool? If it does, great! You can stop reading. If not, then Shortcut (formerly known as Clubhouse) could be the perfect fit. We're project management built specifically for software teams and we're fast, intuitive, flexible, powerful, and many other nice, positive adjectives. Delight the grumpiest scrum masters with Shortcut.

    • 59 min
    MeteorJS ft. Filipe Névola - JSJ 506

    MeteorJS ft. Filipe Névola - JSJ 506

    Filipe Névola is the CEO of MeteorJS. He jumps in to discuss the changes and updates to Meteor over the last several years.


    He explains what Meteor is, what its history is, and how it lands within the current JavaScript ecosystem. You can use it to build web and mobile apps and is a mature option to use for your applications.




    Panel





    Aimee KnightAJ O'NealCharles Max WoodDan ShappirSteve Edwards





    Guest





    Filipe Névola





    Sponsors





    Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io)Dev Influencers AcceleratorLevel Up | Devchat.tv





    Links





    MeteorGitHub | meteor/examplesGitHub | meteor/meteorMeteorjs - YouTubemeteor.js - InstagramTwitter: Meteor ( @meteorjs )JSJ 439: More Jabber About Less JavaScript with Alex Russell - Devchat.tvHow To Create An AppHow to Create an App - YouTubefilipenevola - InstagramTwitter: Filipe Névola ( @FilipeNevola )





    Picks





    AJ- GitHub | therootcompany/passphrase.jsAJ- An ISP That Believes in the Constitution | TransmissionAJ- court orders | unconstitutional | customer data :: USA - XMissionAJ- customer privacy | transparency | safeguard your rights :: USA - XMissionAJ- The Final Empire: Mistborn Book 1 Charles- PodcastBootcamp.ioCharles- Tribe of MillionairesCharles- GrooveFunnelsCharles- Riverside.fmDan- Taking micro-frontends to the next level | by Shahar Talmi | MediumDan- Hobson's Browser - Infrequently NotedFilipe- How To Create An AppFilipe- lemeno.io





    Contact Aimee:






    Aimee Knight – Software Architect, and International Keynote SpeakerGitHub: Aimee Knight ( AimeeKnight )Twitter: Aimee Knight ( @Aimee_Knight )LinkedIn: Aimee K.aimeemarieknight | InstagramAimee Knight | Facebook





    Contact AJ:






    AJ ONealCoolAJ86 on GITBeyond Code BootcampBeyond Code Bootcamp | GitHubFollow Beyond Code Bootcamp | FacebookTwitter: Beyond Code Bootcamp ( @_beyondcode )coolaj86- Twitch





    Contact Charles:






    Devchat.tvDevChat.tv | FacebookTwitter: DevChat.tv ( @devchattv )





    Contact Dan:






    GitHub: Dan Shappir ( DanShappir )LinkedIn: Dan ShappirTwitter: Dan Shappir ( @DanShappir )





    Contact Steve:






    Twitter: Steve Edwards ( @wonder95 )GitHub: Steve Edwards ( wonder95 )LinkedIn: Steve Edwards

    Special Guest: Filipe Névola.
    Sponsored By:
    Top End Devs Coaching: If you have questions about how to grow your skills or take your career to the next level, join us on our next weekly coaching call. It's completely free.Shortcut (formerly Clubhouse.io): Your project management tool should be a breeze to setup, at least mildly enjoyable to use, and help evolve your already existing development workflows so it's easier to get things done. Does that describe your current tool? If it does, great! You can stop reading. If not, then Shortcut (formerly known as Clubhouse) could be the perfect fit. We're project management built specifically for software teams and we're fast, intuitive, flexible, powerful, and many other nice, positive adjectives. Delight the grumpiest scrum masters with Shortcut.

    • 1 hr 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

Isaac3333333 ,

Helpful

The episodes are hit or miss (sometimes they go in depth, other times they stay at a high level) but overall I’ve been able to learn lots of relevant tidbits that help keep me up to speed on the JS ecosystem.

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.

Epguy125 ,

Side tangent: the podcast

I like this podcast. It CAN be quite informative and often dives into specific subjects for an entire episode where other shows might just touch these subjects as they come up, as one part of a group of subjects, etc.

The problem is, though an entire show might be based around a concept, you’ll listen to the whole show and not really feel any more informed on it. Most episodes turn into a series of “well ACTUALLYYYY”’s.

Secondly, discussion happens on an extremely macro level. It’s tough to translate code to audio, but they can definitely be better about discussing real life scenarios you might use whatever. Part of this is on the guest, admittedly, but if the guest isn’t getting into the weeds, I think the panelists should try to get them there. I think as a listener, most people would prefer that to a game of “stump the other panelists/guests”.

Panelists: no one cares about the random irrelevant environment that x doesn’t ACTUALLY work in. There is nothing wrong with discussing a side topic if it comes up naturally and is “danger zone listeners need to know this for real”. But I’m sure around a quarter of the content of every episode is irrelevant information.

Sorry if this review is harsh, I do like the show, I just want it to be better. I’m tired of seeing a subject in an episode title, getting excited, then an hour later feeling like it was a waste.

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