Is it OK to build websites that require JavaScript? with Nolan Lawson

Nolan Lawson sparked a niche debate with his statement “In 2016, it’s okay to build a website that doesn’t work without JavaScript.” In this show Nolan explains what he meant by this, and dissects the concept of Progressive Enhancement in web apps today. Where will the next billion web surfers come from and what do their apps look like?

Including Automation in your Definition of Done with Angie Jones

Angie Jones is a Consulting Automation Engineer who advises several agile teams on automation strategies and has developed automation frameworks for countless software products. She challenges us to consider including Automation earlier in the product development cycle. Is Automation included in your company’s “Definition of Done?”

Rethinking Front End Design and Development with Una Kravets

Una Kravets is front-end developer who works at Digital Ocean, has worked for IBM, spoken all over, and likes to rethink things. She’s written about rethinking everything from JavaScript to Responsive Design to Harry Potter! She also wonders if we need JavaScript! She educates Scott in this episode about all things webby.

Being a Polyglot Programmer with Amir Rajan

You may know Amir from his #1 AppStore Game “A Dark Room.” Amir is a programmer who has learned (and continues to learn) multiple programming languages. Is being a polyglot programmer a good idea for all programmers? Which languages should you start with?