is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to the tools, techniques, and technologies used in modern web development. We cover JavaScript frameworks like React, Vue.js, and Svelte, tooling like webpack, Vite, Docker, Nginx, Next, Nuxt, etc. and CMS systems like Craft CMS. Podcast Episodes

DDEV for Local Development
On this episode, we have Randy Fay, the maintainer and benevolent dictator of the DDEV project, which aims to make local development for PHP-based projects a breeze for individuals and teams. We talk about the origins of DDEV, as well as its benefits over local development environments that are monolithic in nature. Due to how DDEV leverages Docke..
3 weeks ago
Advocating for Devrels
On this episode, we talk with Shawn “swyx” Wang all about developer relations aka devrels, and what their critical role at a tech-based company entails. Is it just marketing for developers? Are they YouTube creators who like tech? Programmers who like teaching? Super fans who want to get paid to work on the product they already love? We answer al..
1 month ago
Inside Vite.js 3.0 with core team member Patak
On this episode, we talk with Vite.js core team member Matias Capeletto aka “Patak” about the next generation frontend tooling Vite 3.0! We’re joined by guest co-host Michael Thomas, lead dev from Percipio, to talk about what makes Vite.js so loved in the developer community that it’s had a stratospheric rise in popularity. We delve into all the ..
2 months, 2 weeks ago
Leverage the web platform with Remix
On this episode, we talk with Michael Jackson (no, not that one) about Remix, the “center stack” web framework that embraces the web platform, rather than attempting to replace it. We discuss how Remix is an outgrowth of the work that he and Ryan Florence did on React Router, and how Remix attempts to bring balance back to the web world by being a..
5 months, 1 week ago
Standup - "Signal to Squirrel Ratio"
On this standup, we have Ben Croker from Put Your Lights On to discuss the ongoing war with squirrels that Andrew has been engaged in. Far from the cute, cuddly little plushies that Ben thinks they are, squirrels are actually insidiously evil little monsters that eat your house down one shingle at a time. We then also discuss pressing topics like..
5 months, 3 weeks ago
You Can't Lose: Joe Rinaldi on Biz Dev
On this episode hosted by Ryan Irelan, we talk to industry veteran Joe Rinaldi, founder of That Was Clutch about the business development side of running an agency or consultancy. Joe talks about how it’s important to be true to yourself and your agency’s strengths, so you don’t turn into a chameleon consultant that ends up with ill-fitting projec..
6 months, 3 weeks ago
Standup - "Tourist Devs"
Grab your go-bag, folks! Ryan Irelan & Andrew record another devMode standup where we talk about the nexus between all-inclusive resorts, and “Tourist Devs”. You see it on tech Twitter all the time: how realistic is the ever-changing parade of shiny new technologies you see touted? Do you need to keep up with the Joneses? We explain in simple..
7 months, 1 week ago
Life in the Fast Lane 🏎 with Partytown 🎉
On this episode, we talk with Adam Bradley from about using Partytown to improve website performance while still allowing marketing to use a plethora of tracking scripts. Partytown is a way to run all of your third-party tracking scripts (or “tags”) in a separate web worker thread, so the main thread is free to render the page without j..
7 months, 3 weeks ago
Standup - "Craft CMS 4: Rector? Damn Near Killed 'Er!"
Ryan Irelan & Andrew record another devMode standup where we discuss the impending release of Craft CMS 4. We delve into why this update won’t be as much work as the Craft 2 to Craft 3 update, but we talk about the work plugin & module developers will need to do, and what you can do to prepare for Craft 4 now. We also talk about Pixel &am..
8 months ago
Standup - "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Fire Ant"
Ryan Irelan & Andrew record another devMode standup where we discuss topics ranging from the etymology of the word “sanguine” to the entomology of the Texas fire ants that attacked Ryan. We go on to talk more about the Docker Compose API follies, the massive AWS outage, how redundant systems aren’t always that resilient, and Ryan coding while ..
9 months, 1 week ago
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