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A card game for nerds to fight software bugs in real-life
Helping designers with creative block.
Reactive - 23: You Can't Be Romantic With Anything on the Web
Twitter character limit, no JSConf in 2016, managing todos.
Reactive - 20: The Human Brain is a Fascinating Piece of ... uh Meat
Agile in other industries, Gigster to kill agencies.
Descriptive - 24: I have been Looking for an Excuse to Exercise my Confessional Personality with Ed Finkler
Ed Finkler's programmer origin story.
Reactive - 19: Implode in a Ball of Spaghetti
FrankfurtJS, WaffleJS, Wordpress on Node.
Reactive - 16: I'm Stressed Out
How to deal with stress, Git tools, majestic sea flap flaps
Re/code Decode - Aaron Levie, Box CEO
The next wave of enterprise companies
Reactive - 15: I ended up in web development because: reasons
People are upset about Twitter hearts? Wombats poop cubes.
Descriptive - 23: One is just the other in reverse with Jafar Husain
Jafar Husain takes us from batch programming Doom to Falcor
Beautiful color palettes with every new tab!
Reactive - 14: Wizards Of The Browser
Node packages, CSS Wizardry, RxJS Observables & Wombats
StartUp - 15: Married To Your Business
Alex and his wife, Nazanin, wrestle with a huge decision
Reactive - 13: Don't Game. Turn Off The Internet!
JSConf CO, Rock and Roll with Ember, Github AMAs & Overcast
Popcorn Time in your browser. Stream movies for free.
Longform Podcast - 162: John Seabrook
New Yorker staff writer and the author of The Song Machine