The team continues the live-ish from JSConf US series with Test Double's Justin Searls. Listen in for a lively discussion on presentations, vulnerability, and solving complex problems.
In the first episode from JSConf US 2018, the team talks with Neha Nivedita, Kristofer Baxter, and Kevin O'Neil about React and A11y, WorkerDOM, and overcoming challenges.
We're joined by Laurie Voss, co-founder and COO of npm to discuss the larger package community, audit and fix functionality, npm's growth pains in dealing with security as well as insight on how experience correlates with best practices.
NEJS organizers, Lindsey Pfeifer and Zach Leatherman, join the TalkScript team to discuss the safari, train, wizard, and space themes of the past and present conferences, what on and off the record means, and why more tech conferences should take place in the midwest.
The TalkScript team hosts Karl Groves, founder of the accessibility company, Tenon, and Clarissa Peterson, an instructor for Lynda.com and the author of Learning Responsive Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide.
Neil and Bryan sit down with Ben Ilegbodu, who takes us on a nostalgic web development journey through the late 90s and Michael Chan who shares some of the “clean code” dogmas he’s experienced over his 10 years of development.