On this episode, Chris and Dave talk Dark Mode (is it a fad?), rules for engagement, what they think of less popular frameworks, indieweb, proposing new technologies as a junior dev, combining open source tech stack issues, and work / hobby balance.
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- 02:57 Grey vs dark grey
- 04:51 Dark mode fad?
- 12:08 Sponsor: Percy
- 14:25 Rules for engagement
- 16:06 What do you think about using less popular frameworks?
- 21:36 Any tips for offering trials of electron apps?
- 27:09 What are your thoughts on indie web?
- 36:22 Sponsor: GiveWell
- 37:08 How can a junior developer propose new technologies?
- 43:43 What's the best way to show multiple designs of a single page?
- 49:28 Combining open source tech stack issues
- 55:16 Any tips on balancing work / hobby balance
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