This week we talk Jamison Dance about the parts of programming that are distinctly non-technical.
We talk about the perfect TLD, working with a team, finding psychological safety, the organization of React Rally, and how to recycle batteries.
Jamison is co-host of the podcast Soft Skills Engineering where he and Dave Smith answer non-technical questions for technical folks. It's a great show that I highly recommend. check it out at softskills.audio
This week we talk with Eve Porcello about getting started with GraphQL.
We talk about comedy and code and how to engage audiences with a little bit of funny.
This is a great episode if you want to add a little GraphQL to your stack or learn how to give a hilarious conference talks.
We sit down with venerable Emma Wedekind to talk mentorship.
She tells us all about different types of mentorship you can find,
At what phases in your career each type is most valuable,
And how to get a "yes" from someone you'd like to mentor you.
We also discuss her new mentoring platform codingcoach.io and how it's helping connect developers based on technology and field.
Buckle in and get ready to get help.
This week, on React Podcast, We sit with Paul Henschel and talk animation.
Paul is the creator of React-spring a library for animating UI based on spring physics.
We talk about the library's origin, its future, and how to create lasting beauty on the web.
This week we sit with Erik Rasmussen to discuss forms in React. We talk about his library redux-form and it's evolution to final-form — a framework agnostic approach to making dynamic forms easy. Along the way the talk open source maintenance and monetization struggles. If you've wanted open source fame, this is a good one to listen to.