We're re-introducing ourselves in case you're new around here - and then we're right back into talking about picking the perfect stack, how to charge for various tasks in client work, handling H tags in the main menu of a site, and making money on the web.
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- 01:11 An introduction to your hosts
- 06:44 Picking the perfect stack
- 20:29 Sponsor: Backlog
- 21:17 Do you keep the clock running for different tasks?
- 32:23 Sponsor: WordPress.com
- 33:29 How should you handle h tags in the main menu of your site if the main menu renders above the h1?
- 43:51 Coil, Brave, and making money
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