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Error Code: Coffee

47 EpisodesProduced by CursiefWebsite

Welcome to Error Code: Coffee, a WEEKLY podcast, where we talk about web development, design, UX, life and much more!

47 Episodes | 2018 - 2023

Episode 2 (This episode is (not) made by ChatGPT)

January 28th, 2023


Disguised as a human, a cyborg assassin known as a ChatGPT travels from 2069 to 2023 to kill our development careers. Sent to protect you is us, two …

Episode 1 (Putting our backs back into it)

January 21st, 2023


After a long hiatus (break, pause or... actually quitting) we decided that it was time to get back together and provide your beautiful ears with our …

Episode 5 (Our web dev 2019 year recap)

December 18th, 2019


Ready to face the truth that you wasted this year? Well, we're about to expose our lives this past year for your pleasure, or pain. We're in pain, …

Episode 4 (Reddit web dev Q&A & Utility-first CSS)

December 9th, 2019


We’re trying this Reddit thing again! This time answering only one question and the rest of the episode is one long rant about “utility-first CSS frameworks”. Are they any good? We’re here to let you know what we think, …

Episode 3 (Reddit web dev Q&A)

December 3rd, 2019


Another episode where the conversation devolves into a nonsensical mess, but this time, there’s a guideline: REDDIT. Yes, we aren't original, but it …

Episode 2 (Designer struggles and mental health)

November 4th, 2019


As a (web) designer, you not only have to face the daily struggle of seeing the ugliness all around you. You also have to deal with people who have to implement your design into the final product. How do you deal with …

Episode 1 (The struggles of digital renewal)

October 21st, 2019


We're back from the dead and filled with zombie rage and a hunger for brains. We’re dying to let you know about the developments in our lives. What …

Episode 40 (Modern web dev for all screen sizes)

June 28th, 2019


Still using terms like mobile-first or desktop-first? Maybe it’s time to update your terminology and your mindset! In this episode we’ll try to …

Episode 39 (State of CSS 2019 survey results)

June 21st, 2019


In this episode, we take a quick look at the State of CSS survey and mainly go through the demographics section. We try to decipher the meaning behind the graphs and charts, and come up with an interpretation for the …

Episode 38 (E3 2019, Cloud Gaming™ and stale games)

June 14th, 2019


The best news about E3, gaming and other nerdy things straight to you from your podcatcher of choice! We discuss the E3 main stage event, our experience and thoughts about Cloud Gaming™ and how the gaming industry is …

Episode 37 (Apple WWDC19 news, fanboyism and vendor lock-in)

June 7th, 2019


The 2019 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference happened a few days ago. We round up our most interesting news and updates from the event. We also got a heated discussion about Apple, vendor lock-in and fanboyism. Hear …

Episode 36 (GitHub Sponsors beta, Multi-line truncate & Utility-first CSS frameworks)

May 31st, 2019


Getting supported as an open-source developer has always been tricky. Your project and your code is located on GitHub or somewhere similar, but your donate button is on your personal website. GitHub now introduces a …

Episode 35 (Open curtains culture)

May 10th, 2019


We’re blessed for having such a nice community as developers. We can just make us of (profit off) each other’s work! But seriously, think about it. We are almost dependent on other people on the internet to tell us and …

Episode 34 (Using CSS in frameworks and web components)

May 3rd, 2019


It’s 2019. Current year. How do you style your elements? When you’re using a framework, you’ll have to dig through a maze of JSX and other unholy …

Episode 33 (How to work from home)

April 26th, 2019


Working in an office can be tough, but how do you get work done when working from home? We dive into the nitty-gritty of daily life as a developer who works from home. What are the benefits of working from home? And …

Episode 32 (Deciphering the Stack Overflow 2019 survey results)

April 19th, 2019


This year’s Stack Overflow survey results are in! We’ll go through some interesting findings from the results and see why they’re relevant to us, …

Episode 31 (Hide yo memes | Article 11 & 13)

April 12th, 2019


The end of the world is here. New laws have passed and will change how we use the internet by drastically limiting your freedom of expression. 

Article 11 basically says “**** you, this is MY news article”. While …

Episode 30 (2 DEVS gone ETHICAL)

April 5th, 2019


2DEVS is a new video series that we’re working on. We describe the premise, the challenge and the difficulties of the first episode. We also dive …

Episode 29 (Chromiumosome)

March 29th, 2019


Chrome is undergoing some changes. Dark mode is finally here, specially for you, night owls. Also there’s a lot of under-the-hood stuff that might change the way we use websites, like installable Progressive Web Apps. …

Episode 28 (What is a DevOps person?)

March 22nd, 2019


What is your title as a web developer? Is it still “web developer”? If so, you’re probably an old fart. DevOps is the brand new hot title to have as …

Episode 27 (Are Font Icons outdated hieroglyphs?)

March 15th, 2019


How can a 7+ year old technology still exist in 2019? Font icons must be an overused and outdated trend by now right? Why are they still used, and …

Episode 26 (How to get schwifty with animations)

March 8th, 2019


Animating things on the web is like magic. We have the secret formula’s right in this episode. Hear what we will say and you will become the next …

Episode 25 (Starting in the Freelancers jungle)

March 1st, 2019


Thinking about becoming a freelancer? Be one of the lone wolves who hunt and fight for their next project. How do you navigate in the dank lush …

Episode 24 (Reverse sabbatical)

February 23rd, 2019


 We’re back from taking some time off. We both had a close encounter to death, but for different reasons. Which one was more uncomfortable? You decide! No seriously, one of us was sick and the other one was busy …

Episode 23 (The great divide)

February 15th, 2019


Front-end and back-end developers have on thing in common: they can both do the person’s job work better. That’s not true though, so let’s talk about what it takes to be a front- or back-ender. And is front-end really …

Episode 22 (Developing yourself)

January 26th, 2019


 So you're finally making the decision to become a web developer, huh? Well, you better strap yourself in ‘cause we’re letting you know what is going to be expected from you in 2019. We take a little plunge into the …

Episode 21 (Another one bites the dust)

January 19th, 2019


What happens when a browser engine gets killed? How does it impact the average web developer, and what does it mean for the web landscape? Are we …

Episode 20 (Jurassic Thing)

January 10th, 2019


We talk about our favourite movies and how some movies just fail to reach their audience. Are they actually bad movies, or does something else impact how those movies are received? This and more in today’s rambling down …

Episode 19 (Another Dimension pt. 2)

January 3rd, 2019


Continuing the conversation of last episode, we discuss what happens when we wake up our inner Flash developer and create that experimental website. Some of those websites are great. Some of them suck. What are the …

Episode 18 (Another Dimension pt. 1)

December 31st, 2018


Deviating from conventional designs and ignoring some established principles in your work field sounds like a very good way to lose your job. So we as web developers must be a very special kind of breed! Join us as we …

Episode 17 (Coming full circle)

December 20th, 2018


Since the introduction of breakpoints in CSS, we’ve been changing our ways of determining the unit of the media query. Pixels, ems and rems6: what’s …

Episode 16 (State of mind)

December 16th, 2018


The results of The State of JavaScript 2018 are out! We talk through some points we found interesting and get into the “crazy drama” — only 5% of the …

Episode 15 (Why computers can’t count)

December 6th, 2018


Big websites like YouTube or Twitter sometimes can’t count the views, likes and comments correctly. But is it a mathematical problem, or is there something else going on? We try to discuss and explain the technical …

Episode 14 (A whole new world)

November 28th, 2018


In this episode we dive into a new world, a virtual world! What can you experience in a VR arcade? What is the state of VR in 2018? Also, did you know Web and VR can be combined? Bet you didn’t know, did ya? Well we’ll …

Episode 13 (Coffee in your Ear)

November 22nd, 2018


After pouring you a soothing cuppa joe, we bring you along our journey for the best tasting food we can imagine. But the highlights of life contrast the dipping points of life. How do you manage your mental health while …

Episode 12 (Changing Gears)

November 15th, 2018


When life gives you lemons, you make life take them back. We changed our recording equipment and are testing it out. Don’t worry, we get back to talking shop with the everlasting discussion of “what is UX”?


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Episode 11 (German Printing Press Revolution)

November 12th, 2018


Johannes Gutenberg was a guy from the 15th century. But his name is used for the new WordPress editor. Did they just stain his name forever? Or did they actually do him justice. Is it any gut?


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Episode 10 (The Parallax Effect)

November 3rd, 2018


Game websites are a different breed of websites. What is in a good game website? And is the parallax effect necessary for every single website ever created? Let's find out!


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Episode 9 (Amateur Hour)

October 17th, 2018


What does it take to have a podcast show? And why is USB still not working correctly? You better ask someone else, cause this is amateur hour!


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Episode 8 (Notching else Matters)

October 12th, 2018


The future entails many changes. Adapting is an essential part of life.
The notch is part of us. And we are part of it. All hail the notch.

Coffee is yummy btw.


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Episode 7 (Progressive Regression)

October 7th, 2018


When life gives you lemons, you make a new web framework. Err.. How did that saying go? We're getting too old for this. Oh, and also something about …

Episode 6 (Lazy Mayonaise)

September 28th, 2018


UX Research and design. What do those magic words entail? Who knows. Maybe we all get smarter after this episode. We probably won't.


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Episode 5 (Old Tomato Soup)

September 21st, 2018


We talk about being grumpy, our new podcast setup and sleeping better by eating tomato soup. What more do you want?


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Episode 4 (Awkward Xs Max)

September 17th, 2018


We talk about the Apple keynote we've watched together with strangers during a get-together. It was awkward. This episode is awkward.


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Episode 3 (Recruiter Syndrome)

September 9th, 2018


This episode we talk about recruiters and their peculiar ways of finding the right person for a job. Also, we praise e-mail developers and wish that …

Episode 2 (Gutenberg M&M's)

September 1st, 2018


We talk about snacks, WordPress and being stress out at agencies.


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Episode 1 (One Direction)

September 1st, 2018


The very first episode of Error Code: Coffee!


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