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This ones a good one. You should listen to the whole thing. We come up with something.
And also bootcamps and Blade components
Curious about event sourcing? What it is? Pros, cons, tradeoffs? This is your episode.
The title says it all
What does that even mean?
It's launch day folks
Caleb rides bikes. Soulja Boy plays Runescape. Daniel Invents a new metaphor for work teams. Caleb is back into Dusk.
Caleb has been invited to speak at the most prestigious web conference in the world. He's also up for a major award.
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This episode is about everything. All of it. All at once. In all the right ways.
In this episode we discuss Caleb's Beach Days, DocBlocks, and a new Design Fidelity System for reviewing collaborative designs.
In this episode Daniel and Caleb discuss the wonderful science of Knot tying, some Alpine components, and so much more.
We're back with another short one. Keeping you wanting more! You may need to take notes this week.
Daniel and Caleb discuss Rogue Amoeba apps, the game of Go, and the Elements of Style
Daniel digs in on some crazy, wacky babel-in-blade stuff. Caleb insists that we invented it. Caleb is secretly rewriting Alpine.js. Please don't tell anyone. It's a secret. Boys are back. We have a new recording time. It's all coming up Milhouse.
It's been a while! Lots has happened. Coronavirus is happening. Daniel started a new Job. Many conferences have been cancelled. Sorry about the long interval. We're going to try to get back on a more regular schedule, but as you surely know, the world is crazy right now.
For some reason we can't keep it together this week. This episode was fully edited with Click!
It's all in the title today. Daniel is on to the next thing. It's right on the tin.
On this episode we try to figure out how Caleb can avoid getting a real job. Sponsorware?? Spoiler alert: It's sponsorware.
We dedicate this entire episode to fixing the very bad workflow od recording and editing podcasts. We are going to build a thing and we need your help. EDIT: Irony of ironies, this podcast about how bad making podcasts is was totally corrupted. I've fixed the export and this is a re-upload
In this episode Daniel and Caleb lay aside their ascetic ponchos in favor of the glitz and glamour of affiliate marketing and SEO. This week, folks, we're in the money.
Can we just be real about dealing with Webpack? Also, lots of other goods in this ep!
Justin Jackson, founder of Transistor.fm and host of the Build Your SaaS podcast joins us to talk about all kinds of stuff from finding a market for Livewire to the cause of avalanches. This is one of the good ones.
This week we talk nothing but visual debt. Exclusively. For the entire time.
This episode, Daniel and Caleb talk about Europe traveling, troubling tweets, and objective truths of the universe.
In this episode, we talk about drinking tea and using Laravel Nova.
This episode Daniel and Caleb cover the "Write Less JS" fiercely. There's some real head to head stuff in here, but it ends in a resolution as always. Good times.
This week, we talk about a new technique Daniel used in his test and how it can be applied to other scenarios. We also talk about open source issues, IoC (and practical implementations), etc...
This week we talk about how much money we've made in the past, and how much money we currently make. Real numbers, no vagueness.