In this episode:
- Surma changed jobs.
- The Shopify interview process.
- Pair programming vs pair problem solving.
- Surma's also doing bits of work …
Using our blogs to experiment with build systems.
- Jake messed up his recording, so it sounds like he literally phoned it in. He is very sorry.
- Where do you put clothes that are in active service?
Jake injured himself playing games.
Jake also has a stupid cat.
By the way, skip to 22 mins if you don't care about all that.
Writing a Countdown …
Also native filesystem, listener questions, and TMI.
Also performance, progressive enhancement, and hand-drying.
Also, top fashion and career advice.
Also cache invalidation, server rendering, and learning curves.
Also how do you do TODO?
Also, font loading, feature phones, and webpack vs Rollup.
Also, PROXX, forms, and auto.
Also camping, compositing, and building games.
Also clip-path, bread, and urinals again.
Also share target, shadow parts, and streams.
Also zombie optimizations and alphabets
Also page-lifecycle, WASM, and massages.
Also spices, screen-touchers, and lasers.
Lighthouse and automation.
Exciting things appearing in V8.
Making Chrome secure.
What's new in DevTools.
Getting performance right.
How Chrome began.
How we got started on the web.
Shipping new a11y features.
The state of the union of the web.
Also quizzes, privilege, and screen readers.
Also webpack + workers, observables, and resize observers.
Also 120hz screens, JSON vs HTML, and a fox.
With a limit of two minutes per topic.
WebRTC again, and about:blank weirdness.
Iframes, WeakMaps, and WebRTC.
Viewports and message ports.
Alarms, upcoming CSS stuff, impostor syndrome, and the death of Flash.
Custom elements, matrices, TypeScript, and omg Paul is leaving
Jake is worse at quizzes than Paul.
Paul's been booting frameworks, and unfortunately Jake connected his brain to Twitter
Paul has been playing with springy animations in the Safari Tech Preview, and Jake loves pubs that are also... windmills?
"Jake's discovered display: contents, while Paul is concerned about people microbenchmarking ES2015 features."
Jake brings his A+ poetry game, and Paul muses over the performance implications of event delegation.
Why does nobody seem to include CORS headers on their files? And can Paul answer Jake's dreaded CORS pre-flight quiz?
How can writing code be like making a burger? Turns out, by the power of weird segues, it can!
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