101 episodes

Two friends map, filter and reduce streams of mostly development-related thoughts into audio form.

REACTIVE Kahlil Lechelt & Henning Glatter-Götz

    • Technology
    • 4.9 • 17 Ratings

Two friends map, filter and reduce streams of mostly development-related thoughts into audio form.

    100: "guts" Was A Little Gross

    100: "guts" Was A Little Gross

    We are back! Henning talks about finally launching the first site with the "unified web platform". It's a Vue.js app talking to multiple APIs. Kahlil wrote about enums and made a small CLI tool for common Git tasks called "belly".

    • 59 min
    99: 👋😭 @rockbot

    99: 👋😭 @rockbot

    This is Raquel's farewell episode. Sadly she is leaving the podcast as a co-host. But don't fret, she will join us every once-in-a-while to tell us about her adventures at Slack and quirky animals.

    Other than that your three fav co-hosts chop it up about what's going on at Slack right now, various conferences they are going to, social media nowadays, the only thing Facebook is actually good for and the arrival of the animal of the week at Slack planning meetings.

    • 56 min
    98: It's Tiring Too, But It's Good

    98: It's Tiring Too, But It's Good

    Henning and Kahlil chop it up about moving in and out of the bay area, mob programming, building a massive e-commerce system and RSS and Twitter.

    • 57 min
    97: A Smoother-ish On-Boarding Process

    97: A Smoother-ish On-Boarding Process

    Henning and Kahlil chop it up about learning the systems at a new company, AWS and Kahlil feels that the Angular platform is just now reaching some kind of maturity.

    • 43 min
    96: Without Cheese You Are Nothing

    96: Without Cheese You Are Nothing

    Henning and Raquel talk about, the Poison Dart Frog, moving cheese, when to maintain and when to develop features, a laptop theft ring and the fact that Slack is mostly PHP 😱

    • 45 min
    95: Career Pro Tip: Make Yourself Irrelevant

    95: Career Pro Tip: Make Yourself Irrelevant

    Henning and Raquel talk about The Swamp Hackathon, working at Slack and a book called Punished By Reward.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

MMMMMMMMMMMMx ,

Great conversational podcast

I listened to the first few episodes when the podcast first debuted, but it fell by the wayside when I started carpooling with somebody who preferred NPR to podcasts.

I've since lost my carpool buddy and gained 3 new voices to listen to as I made my way through the back catalog to present date. This might seem strange for a podcast that tends to be very topical, but there are still lots of great conversations that I'm glad I didn't miss.

The show feels like a group of friends, just talking about tech and wherever that naturally leads - such as the mighty quokka or the geometric architecture of wombats. The hosts all feel very knowledgable and approachable, if I ever find myself in a conference with one of them, I'd love to talk tech!

Thanks for putting on a great podcast, I really enjoy the thoughtful and honest discussions about everything from git branching models to the amount of thought that NPM puts into place around its hiring policies!

MMMMMMMMMMMMx ,

Great conversational podcast

I listened to the first few episodes when the podcast first debuted, but it fell by the wayside when I started carpooling with somebody who preferred NPR.

I've since lost my carpool buddy and gained 3 new voices to listen to as I made my way through the back catalog to present date. This might seem strange for a podcast that tends to be very topical, but there are still lots of great conversations that I'm glad I didn't miss.

The show feels like a group of friends, just talking about tech and wherever that naturally leads - such as the mighty quokka or the geometric architecture of wombats. The hosts all feel very knowledgable and approachable, if I ever find myself in a conference with one of them, I'd love to talk tech!

Thanks for putting on a great podcast, I really enjoy the honest discussions about everything from git branching models to the amount of thought that NPM puts into place around its hiring policies!

wweliz ,

Relaxed Web Dev

This podcast feels like you’re hanging out in a cool coffee shop or in someone’s living room, chatting about all things JavaScript and web dev. The conversational tone makes it easy to follow even if you’re not familiar with a particular topic, and the hosts do a great job of being honest about not knowing everything — the result is an inclusive “we’re all still figuring this out” sort of atmosphere that has broad appeal from brand-new coders to the more advanced :)

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