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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.🔌 PlugsWrite the Docshttps://www.writethedocs.org/Rachael’s talkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaBLXKGs9cQJessica Parson’s talkhttps://www.writethedocs.org/videos/portland/2019/lessons-learned-in-a-year-of-docs-driven-development-jessica-parsons/👥 PanelistsJacklyn CarrollCassidy WilliamsBrittney PostmaBen Hong
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
In our first official Debate and Switch episode, Phil, Tara, and Ben are debating (and then switching) on the topic of Monopolizing Technology: Is it good? Is it bad? You’ll have to listen to find out which it is!
If you are thinking about making the transition from an engineering role to a management role, then this episode is for you. In this session, we'll explore what our experience has been, and things to watch out for if you choose to make the switch!
In this episode, we talk about change management and driving forward critical-but-often-undervalued work with special guest Thuy Doan.
In this episode we talk about our thoughts on the good, bad, and ugly of a workplace environment. You’ll learn about some of our distractions, uncomfortable chairs, Jason’s shaking standing desk, and much more.
What is the minimum amount of knowledge needed to be in web development? Is getting started with your first site as hard as everyone makes it off to be? And after that first step, what are fun next steps that you can take from there?
All the datas!! What can we glean from the results of the Jamstack Survey and also what can’t we?
Most of us have heard things like CDN and caching when it comes to optimizing what we deliver to our end users when building sites and apps, but recently there’s been a trending terminology that’s crept up: “The Edge.”
Have you ever bought a domain with the intent to build something and instead it collected dust on your domain registrar for the next couple of years? If so, you’re in good company! In this episode, we talk about our own dusty domains and side projects with an initiative we started earlier this year.
How much alignment you can really ask for from a company's values with your own?
Learn how and why Buskana was built using the Jamstack architecture with Zahid and the crew!
can i ask you about trust (*ﾟｰﾟ)ゞ
a nice dusting of REST (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧
＼(＾▽＾)／＼(＾▽＾)／ We go together... Like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong
please pay attention to me ヾ(´∀｀○)ﾉ
for people who hate testing ･(•́⍛•̀; ≡ •́⍛•̀;)
That's a lot of acronyms...
Covering what the Jamstack isn't, what it can't do, and how people may be using it wrong. (ㆆ _ ㆆ)
When it comes to managing content, you might have heard this thing called headless CMSs. A lot of people are using them, but what's the big deal? In this episode, we have special guests from Prismic and Strapi to join us for this great discussion!
A discussion on our thoughts around work culture within the tech industry and how we deal with issues like burnout.
What does the future hold for the Jamstack and how?
Learn a11y amazingness from the brilliant minds of Leslie, Hugues, and Amberley!
Magic workflows (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
Holiday cookie season (*´ڡ`●)
Phil's going to hate us <(｀^´)>
The web works that way (°∀°)b
Little head-bendy but nice ( -_・)?
Maybe the world just got a little more complex ٩ʕ◕౪◕ʔو
Does anyone know what we're doing? ₍₍ (̨̡ ‾᷄⌂‾᷅)̧̢ ₎₎
Giving a talk to no one ヽ(´∇´)ノ
Hey everybody look how smart I am! (╭ರᴥ•́)
This is a joy to witness (◍•ᴗ•◍)♡ ✧*。
I yam who I yam ٩(^෴^)۶
Where are the passionate forklift drivers? (๑•﹏•)
Don't get blogged down [≡] 〆(・⺫・‶)
Is this thing on? (ง ˙o˙)ว