Toolsday is a 20-ish-minute podcast hosted by Una Kravets & Chris Dhanaraj. Toolsday is about the latest in tech tools, tips, and tricks on Tuesdays at 2! (Our alliteration game is so strong).
Our Developer Journeys
Today's episode is a little more retrospective as we talk a walk through how our careers started and how they've changed over the years
CSS: New and Experimental
We realized that we haven't recorded an episode about CSS in over a year!! So we decided to chat about some of the new and experimental things coming up with CSS
Svelte: A Second Look
Last year we had Rich Harris on as he was announcing Svelte v3 and we both committed to building something with it. Turns out, we didn't do that, but we're making good now! We chat about some of our first impressions as we build stuff with Svelte
Lessons from a Year of Typescript
Chris has been writing a blog post on the lessons he could teach his younger self about Typescript and we decided to do it live! We go and discuss the seven Typescript concepts that Chris is writing about in the post.
113. Still Working from Home
Well, it's July (almost August) and we're STILL working from home. We check back into our home setups and update what's changed in the last six months.
Una's knee deep in rebuilding her blog in Eleventy; we talk about the pro/cons and the onboarding experience of Eleventy!
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I get excited every time I see a new episode
Una and Chris have created one of my favorite dev podcasts. I love the insight and enthusiasm and I am often sharing the ukulele intros with my friends and telling them to check the podcast out.
Congrats on 100 episodes!
Awesome show, highly recommend!
Una and Chris do a great job of providing some incredibly actionable and compelling content for developers. While the show is brief and the topics are often complex, their enthusiasm for technology shines through in every episode.
Whether you're a developer or not, the Toolsday Podcast is worth a listen if you want to stay sharp in today's every-evolving landscape!