We're closing in on episode 600 and need your help to celebrate! Listen in to learn how to contribute to the episode. We're also talking GitHub desktop apps and code editors, how many VS Code plugins are needed, reading long form like Poor Charlie's Almanack, InVision shutting down, and answering our first Q of the year: how would you approach learning web development in 2024?
Looking back at the year of AI, using Arc on macOS and now Windows, dreaming of subscriptions, and knowing how to be mad about the right thing.
Blood pressure, stress, and COVID highlight the MedTalk Show portion of this episode, a new "Did You Know" segment about dev tools in Chrome, 4 hour video on plagiarism and code grifters, typography, breaking out of CSS Grid, the oldest things Chris and Dave worked on, and what the testing process is like at Luro or CodePen.