Front-end Five

Front-end Five
By Code School
About this podcast
Front-end Five is a weekly podcast covering all of your front-end news in just 5 minutes. In each episode we talk about HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, as well as other items of interest and community events. It's great for both developers and designers alike.
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