JavaScript Jabber

Your Prototype for Great Code

About the show

Weekly panel discussion about Javascript on the front and back ends.
This show is primarily focused on the web ecosystem, but also covers NodeJS, mobile, and language features.

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Episodes

  • BONUS: How Jason Weimann Became a Game Developer

    April 2nd, 2021  |  39 mins 3 secs

    ason Weimann started out as an enthusiast of the Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, Everquest. After becoming a software developer and building a collaborative community playing the game, learn how he used his connections to get a job working for the company that made the game, even if it wasn't a job working as a game developer and how that led to a career working on one of the most popular online games of the time

  • JSJ 477: Understanding Search Engines and SEO (for devs) - Part 2

    March 30th, 2021  |  1 hr 2 mins

    If you're building a website or web-app, there's a good chance that you want people to find it so that they will access it. These days this mostly means that you want it to appear in the relevant search engine results pages (SERP). In this episode we are joined by Martin Splitt, DevRel at Google for the Search & Web ecosystem, who explains in detail how search engines work, and what developers and SEOs need to know and do in order to be on their good side.

  • JSJ 476: Understanding Search Engines and SEO (for devs) - Part 1

    March 23rd, 2021  |  59 mins 24 secs

    If you're building a website or web-app, there's a good chance that you want people to find it so that they will access it. These days this mostly means that you want it to appear in the relevant search engine results pages (SERP). In this episode we are joined by Martin Splitt, DevRel at Google for the Search & Web ecosystem, who explains in detail how search engines work, and what developers and SEOs need to know and do in order to be on their good side.

  • JSJ 475: DevOps for the JavaScript Developer

    March 16th, 2021  |  1 hr 6 mins

    In recent years the term DevOps has become ubiquitous - you'll find DevOps engineers in most every tech organization. But what does DevOps actually mean, and how does it differ from previously existing System and Network engineering and DBAs? In this episode our own Aimee Knight, who is currently expanding her role into DevOps, answers these questions, and provide further information about it.

  • JSJ 474: Things JavaScript Developers Should Know, Part 1

    March 9th, 2021  |  1 hr 22 mins

    Having done a three-part series on the things JavaScript developers MUST know, Dan now leads a panel discussion on the things that JavaScript developers SHOULD know. These are things that devs can get by without knowing, but that will improve their abilities if they do know and understand. Subjects covered include: passing functions args by value vs by reference, sparse arrays, property descriptors, event capture, and more.

  • JSJ 473: The Elements framework with Chris Mather

    March 2nd, 2021  |  1 hr 17 mins

    Steve and A.J. talk with Chris Mather, the creator of the Elements framework, a new monolith-style web framework for generating web apps. They discuss the reason for adding YAF (Yet Another Framework), the pieces that are used to build the framework, and how it all works together.

  • JSJ 472: RedwoodJS Brings Full-Stack to the JAMstack with Anthony Campolo

    February 23rd, 2021  |  53 mins 31 secs

    Anthony Campolo joins the conversation to lead the discussion of RedwoodJS. RedwoodJS is a full-stack framework that provides a way of building a fast and secure front-end that JAMstack gives you with the power and flexibility of a backend.

  • JSJ 471: Things Every JavaScript Developer Must Know - Part 3

    February 16th, 2021  |  1 hr 12 mins

    In this episode, the panel discusses the final list of things that developers need to know and how and when they're important.

  • JSJ 470: Fine Tuning Your Psychological Stack, or DevOps For Your Brain

    February 9th, 2021  |  1 hr 21 mins

    You're working on planning and executing your professional and technical journeys, but what about your psychological journey? The reality is that without taking better care of yourself, you are potentially setting yourself up for failure, and potentially also putting your health and wellbeing at risk. We are joined by Wei-Ming Lam, a coach and Yoga Instructor who provides practical advice for constructing and tuning your psychological stack.