Join us to chat about Jamstack, coding the web, the people who code the web, and sometimes, lollies. With love from Netlify 💙.
041: A Day in the Life of Docs with Jacklyn Carroll
Docs are often critically important to the success / failure of a project, but what happens behind the curtain? In this episode, we have special guest Jacklyn Carroll to talk about her work on the Netlify docs team and her experience with the world of docs.
Write the Docshttps://www.writethedocs.org/
Jessica Parson’s talkhttps://www.writethedocs.org/videos/portland/2019/lessons-learned-in-a-year-of-docs-driven-development-jessica-parsons/
040: Talking Astro 2.0 with Ben Holmes
Tools in the site-generation and framework space are evolving fast. And Astro is an example of one such tool which is doing wonderful things. Shortly before the release of its v2.0, we spoke with Ben Holmes from the Astro team to learn more about what’s coming, and to fan-rant about his whiteboard skills, apparently.
039: The Jamstack Revisited - A Modern Context
The Jamstack definition is a lot different than it was when it first released, so let’s talk about where the Jamstack is today and how people can get involved with special guest Domitrius Clark!
038: Thinking in Serverless
There’s been a lot of buzz about “serverless” and what it is, but what does it mean to “think in serverless?” After all, it’s one thing to know what serverless means, but it’s another to be able to integrate it into strategic thinking. And in this episode, we have a special guest, Ivan Zarea, to help us with that serverless mindset.
037: Contributing to Open Source (OSS)
Let’s face it. Open source is a big world and it can be intimidating to navigate. In this episode, we’ll talk about our experience with and what it’s like to contribute to it.
036: Tool Decision Paralysis
There are so many tools that it can be exhausting to choose which one to try or use! Let's talk about how we navigate the complex ecosystem and some of our favorite tools for being productive.
Love the show!
I love all the different personalities on the show! I learn a handful of interesting things every episode, everyone has a great sense of humor, and I really enjoy all the silly banter. The show feels more like listening in on a conversation between friends than two boring dudes interviewing each other
(like a lot of the other tech podcasts)... which means I'm way more likely to keep coming back for more. Keep up the good work!
Too many hosts
Some interesting stuff but there’s too many hosts - leads to inside jokes and sort of poking each other which is fun for them, but not that interesting for listeners.