JavaScript Jabber

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

528 episodes of JavaScript Jabber since the first episode, which aired on January 20th, 2012.

  • Data Wrangling in JavaScript with Ashley Davis - JSJ 484

    May 18th, 2021  |  1 hr 6 mins

    Ashley Davis jumps in to talk to Dan Shappir about wrangling data using JavaScript.

  • Women on Stage and in Tech with Moran Weber - JSJ 483

    May 11th, 2021  |  1 hr 19 mins

    Moran Weber is the CEO of Women on Stage. She helps women prepare for and speak on stages at conferences in technology and other related areas. She joins the Jabber panel this week to discuss women's place in technology, the importance of them appearing at conferences, and the outcomes of women in the technology space.

  • Becoming the Go-To Person in Your Technology Area - BONUS

    May 7th, 2021  |  16 mins 32 secs

    Chuck was on a strategic call with one of his potential coaching clients talking about cryptocurrencies and realized that this is one of the major reasons that people want to become influencers. Or, rather, that many people aspire to make a difference and/or make money and the best way to do that is to become the person people go to for what you do

  • Changes in the JAMstack Landscape with Sean C Davis - JSJ 482

    May 4th, 2021  |  1 hr 3 mins

    Dan kicks the show off by asking our guest Sean C. Davis to define for us what doesn't fall under JAMstack. Sean explains what isn't JAMstack and then dives into what's changed over the last year or so that brings us to the tools and approaches that hybridize the server end of things to bring more server side to the JAMstack.

  • Don't Let These Things Keep You From Podcasting - BONUS

    April 29th, 2021  |  15 mins 17 secs

    Charles talks about the things that get developers stuck when they're trying to start their podcast or other influencer channel. He explains how to get around having those things hamper your journey

  • Data Oriented Programming with Yehonathan Sharvit - JSJ 481

    April 27th, 2021  |  1 hr 19 secs

    Yehonathan Sharvit joins the Jabber crew to discuss Data Oriented Programming. Data Oriented Programming is a way to reduce complexity by managing the shape of the data before we send it over the wire. Rather than managing data you send between services in class hierarchies, you focus on the data's meaning and manipulate it so the data it includes updates to your datastore like Redux and then cascade changes from your data.

  • BONUS: Relationships Matter Most

    April 23rd, 2021  |  19 mins 44 secs

    Charles Max Wood talks about how to build, grow, and benefit from positive relationships within programming. He talks about how he's built genuine positive relationships with hundreds of programmers and how he and others have grown from those relationships. He also explains that you get out of relationships what you put into them. Finally, he goes into how to begin to build relationships by building a system of influence you can use on behalf of the people you want relationships with.

  • JSJ 480: Are Micro Frontends worth the effort? (And if so when?)

    April 20th, 2021  |  1 hr 14 mins

    Micro frontends are the topic of discussion again, this time with Grgur Grisogono, Principal Consultant at Modus Create and co-author of the Manning book "Ext JS in Action". In particular, Grgur explains the new module federation capabilities introduced by Webpack, and describes how they can be used to construct micro frontends in a much more streamlined and modular fashion.

  • BONUS: How Opportunities Come Your Way When You're an Influencer

    April 16th, 2021  |  20 mins 32 secs

    Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer.

  • JSJ 479: Practical Microservices with Ethan Garofolo

    April 13th, 2021  |  1 hr 17 mins

    Ethan Garofolo is the author of Practical Microservices with Pragmatic Programmers. He starts out debunking the ideas behind pulling parts of a monolith into a different services and change function calls into HTTP calls. Instead, it's an approach that keeps things moving for development teams that solves several productivity issues. He breaks down the ways to move functionality around and which approaches make sense for breaking your application up into pieces that are easy to work on and approachable for multiple teams.Ethan Garofolo is the author of Practical Microservices with Pragmatic Programmers. He starts out debunking the ideas behind pulling parts of a monolith into a different services and change function calls into HTTP calls. Instead, it's an approach that keeps things moving for development teams that solves several productivity issues. He breaks down the ways to move functionality around and which approaches make sense for breaking your application up into pieces that are easy to work on and approachable for multiple teams.

  • BONUS: What is Charles Max Wood's Biggest Payoff for Being a Dev Influencer?

    April 9th, 2021  |  31 mins 26 secs

    Charles Max Wood started podcasting because it sounded fun and because he wanted to talk about technology. He learned pretty quickly that it got him access to people who understood the things he wanted to learn. The reasons changed over the years, as Charles explains before he talks about the big payoff he gets now from doing the podcasts

  • JSJ 478: Browser Standards Rampage: Can We Have Nice Things?

    April 6th, 2021  |  1 hr 25 mins

    The infamous Jake Archibald, member of the Chrome Team, an author of the Service Worker spec, and host of the HTTP 203 Podcast takes us on a whirlwind tour of recent and upcoming browser standards including Portals, iframes, App Cache, Service Workers, HTML, Browser History and more - why they are the way they are, why we can't have nice things, and how we might get nice things anyway in the future. Lots of good back and forth and only a little name calling… jaffa…