JavaScript Jabber

Hosted ByAJ ONeal, Aimee Knight, Charles Max Wood, Dan Shappir, Steve Edwards

JavaScript Jabber is a challenge to become a top JavaScript developer. Each week our expert panel and our guests discuss the things that JavaScript developers need to know to stay current and level up.


All Episodes

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

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...

JSJ 471: Things Every JavaScript Developer Must Know – Part 3

In this episode, the panel discusses the final list of things that developers need to know and how and when they’re important. These topics include: Duck typing TypeScript Various...

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

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...

JSJ 469: The case for JavaScript iterators and generators, part 2

This is the follow on to the episode first recorded regarding JavaScripts iterators and generators. Dan takes the lead and picks up from last time. The panel discusses how...

BONUS: How to Speed Up Your Website For Fun and Profit with Inian Parameshwaran

Use the code DEVCHAT at https://devchat.tv/fast to get double the capacity and traffic from Dexecure. Inian Parameshwaran is the CEO of Dexecure and an expert in speeding up websites....

JSJ 468: The case for JavaScript iterators, part 1

Iterators and generators were introduced into JavaScript way back in 2015, yet they remain an underused and often misunderstood features of the language. In this episode Dan describes the...

JSJ 467: The Joy of JavaScript with Luis Atencio

Luis Atencio jabbers about enjoying and using JavaScript. He enjoys the multi-paradigm nature of the language. The discussion ranges over the nature of JavaScript and how it’s object-oriented, and...

JSJ 466: Infrastructure as Code with Christian Nunciato

Christian Nunciato works on a system called Pulumi, which is a system that allows you to build infrastructure with code. This is usually aimed at the cloud and allows...

JSJ 465:The Power of Micro Front-Ends with Michael Geers

Micro-services have been very popular on the backend for a while now. But can this architecture be applied to the front-end as well? Should it be applied to the...