Episode 5 - A WordPress Announcement of Epic Proportions

Episode 5 June 01, 2021 00:47:48
Episode 5 - A WordPress Announcement of Epic Proportions
Delicious Brain Waves
Episode 5 - A WordPress Announcement of Epic Proportions
/

Show Notes

Brad and Jonathan are joined by Elliot Condon for a big announcement.

Show Notes:

Other Episodes

Episode 9

September 01, 2021 00:50:26
Episode Cover

Episode 9 - The Productivity Plan with Jonathan and Thomas

In this episode, we take a short detour from very strictly developer or business-focused discussions and instead turn our attention to personal task management. Thomas McGee, our Video Producer, joins Jonathan to discuss the ins and outs of their morning productivity routines. They discuss the details of their individual morning process, how they plan and execute their workday, and why having a routine is essential to be productive. They also share some tips on how to create and refine your own routine and some advice for solo makers and folks who work on distributed teams. Show notes: Mac Automater How Thomas creates his startup .bat file in Windows Standuply Things Todoist Radar.ist Bear Full Focus Planner Trello Let us know your thoughts on Twitter ...

Listen

Episode 3

January 25, 2021 00:53:05
Episode Cover

Episode 3 - Why We Chose Svelte over React or Vue

In the third episode of the Delicious Brain Waves podcast, Brad talks to Ian Jones about why the WP Offload Media plugin's UI is being rebuilt using Svelte. They discuss why WP Offload Media needs a UI refresh, why Svelte was picked over other frameworks such as React, Vue or Elm, and how it's going. Show Notes: WP Offload Media SvelteJS Rich Harris - Rethinking reactivity - YouTube Vue vs React: Which is the Best JavaScript Framework in 2020? Virtual DOM is pure overhead Let us know your thoughts on Twitter ...

Listen

Episode

October 06, 2021 01:04:52
Episode Cover

Episode 10 - Degrees and Web Development with Ahmed, Iain, and Ross

In our latest podcast episode, Ahmed, Iain, and Ross discuss the hotly contested topic of whether people entering the web development field need a proper Computer Science (CS) degree. They talk about the challenges, pros, and cons of having vs. not having a CS degree, what they think of coding Bootcamps, and how they landed their first jobs. Show notes: Let us know your thoughts on Twitter ...

Listen