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โค๏ธ In this episode, we have With Heart (Mark) from Developer DAO!
We talk to him about the DAO itself - what it is, how it works, and why it exists. It's such a new mechanism for communities, that it's intriguing how it operates, and Mark is a key part of its enablement ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ
But it's not all roses. Mark has struggled with ADHD and depression, putting him in a downwards spiral and "going through hell". Thankfully, the community was there for him and lifted him into becoming a software developer, which has been life changing and encouraging towards helping others in the community ๐Ÿซถ
We hope you enjoy this special episode, and follow With Heart for more ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿฝ
๐Ÿš Today we have Brandon Bayer dropping in to chat!
We talk about Brandon's love of flying, and how it served as inspiration for his new company, Flightcontrol โœˆ๏ธ
Thailand was another source of inspiration, as it was where he initially did a lot of work on Blitz.js as well as where he discovered scuba diving ๐Ÿคฟ
In this talk we will discuss serverless functions, Edge functions, and handling data on the edge. We will also look at some sample code from a simple application.
๐ŸŽน In this episode, we chat with David!
Our original introduction to David involved the magic of a piano back at React Finland in 2019 ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฎ
This time he shares the magic behind state machines, where they add value, and what they can do to make your applications more predictable โœจ
He's a constant source of inspiration and we can't wait until we see him again!
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There have been many react component patterns used over the years to facilitate the composition of frontend software.
However, React has evolved over the years especially with the introduction of hooks and context. Newer ways to do things clash with the so-called "older ones". In my talk, I want to take a relook the patterns from the perspective of a developer's needs for implementation, be it extracting logic, combining props, handling hierarchy, or inverting control of state.
Once the need is established, it is helpful to compare the new and the old patterns, if they exist, for the same goal and understand the pros and cons of each.
๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ Today we're speaking with Justin Samuels
His approach to connecting people through unique activations via Render and Black Tech Haus is inspiring. We talk to him about what makes them so special and his motivation for making it happen โค๏ธ
Why we moved from React to Svelte for Developer Experience and ultimately Business Experience.
Discussing why we felt Svelte provided a better Developer Experience than React allowing our teams to iterate quicker. How to discuss this with the Business and why the Business Experience matters as well.
Shared Element Transitions is a new experimental browser API that brings native page transitions to the web. Let's see how we can use them in SvelteKit. Note: since both the API and SvelteKit itself are not yet stable, the syntax could break at any time. However, the concepts should transfer.
๐Ÿ“ฒ We're so excited to speak with Evan Bacon from the Expo team!
He's worked on a bunch of different technologies that we use at Guild, and it was an absolute pleasure sitting down with him to chat about these technologies in more detail ๐Ÿ“
From wrangling Webpack & the latest developments with Expo App Services to ease deliverability across platforms to his experiments with App Clips, he's working on so many new and interesting things that it's great to have the time to sit down and chat with him! โœจ
Make sure to follow him for more ๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿฝ
๐Ÿ” Seeing old friends like Carter Rabasa is always a blast!
We had a great time catching up with him about what makes CascadiaJS so magical โœจ
Since his time at Twilio, Carter is having a lot of fun exploring better ways to connect people and elevate folks everywhere. As a developer himself, he's taken the time to further explore the developer tooling space to create efficiencies for people writing software, and he shares his insights with us ๐Ÿ› 
Hope you get a chance to see Carter at one of his events sometime soon!
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The React Native new architecture has been "coming next year!" since 2019 - but, this time, itโ€™s actually here! Soโ€ฆ what now? What do we actually need to do, to benefit from this all new shiny tech? In this talk, I want to provide some insights and in-depth analysis of the current state of the migration path to the new architecture, to help you and your team evaluate and estimate when and how and how long it will take you to get to the next level!
Sentient provides an individual/group/business with a uniquely customised mobile app and website. Features include a CMS and blog type functionality, image and video uploading and playback, plus more. Our first app before Covid used Nextjs, from there we upgraded :) (really Nextjs was great!) to Svelte and then SvelteKit. Sentient is it's own product, but the result of us experimenting with new opportunities while developing ip.new and rich.ip.new It's being developed with the potential to provide a lot of mobile apps/websites.
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