Front End Happy Hour

By Front End Happy Hour

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A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from Netflix, Evernote & LinkedIn talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
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April 17, 2018
In this episode, we discuss how we stay productive in our jobs. To help us with the discussion, we’re joined by Ellen Chisa, CEO, and Cofounder of Dark. We talk about tools and strategies we’ve found useful to help stay productive. Guests: Ellen Chisa - @ellenchisa Panelists: Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryan Jem Young - @JemYoung Mars Jullian - @marsjosephine Stacy London - @stacylondoner Picks: Ellen Chisa - Dark - Frontend Engineer Ellen Chisa - SkeletonCSS Ellen Chisa - Manual.is Ryan Burgess - Soapbox Ryan Burgess - Tales from the Script Jem Young - NPM Compare Jem Young - Raw Water Mars Jullian - Texture Mars Jullian - PseudoLocalizer Stacy London - Bolt Stacy London - Emerald Rush by Jon Hopkins
April 1, 2018
In this episode, we are joined by Richard Feldman to talk about the functional language Elm, which compiles to JavaScript. In the episode, we learn about the benefits to leveraging Elm and how to get started. Guests: Richard Fledman - @rtfeldman Panelists: Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryan Augustus Yuan - @augburto Brian Holt - @holtbt Stacy London - @stacylondoner Picks: Richard Feldman - Predictably Irrational Richard Feldman - Richard Feldman: CSS as Bytecode Richard Feldman - Elm Town Ryan Burgess - Absentia Ryan Burgess - Seven Seconds Augustus Yuan - Workbox Augustus Yuan - Evernote Spaces Brian Holt - Secret of Mana Stacy London - Kubo and the Two Strings Stacy London - Fever Ray’s new album Plunge
March 18, 2018
In this episode, we recorded live at SacJS event in Sacramento, California. On stage we discuss the challenges of migrating a codebase and when to make the decision its the right time to refactor. We share lessons we’ve learned from past experiences. Panelists: Jem Young - @JemYoung Augustus Yuan - @augburto Derrick Showers - @derrickshowers Brian Holt - @holtbt Mars Jullian - @marsjosephine Stacy London - @stacylondoner Picks: Augustus Yuan - Flavors of Engineering management Augustus Yuan - Thanks (github) Jem Young - Sealab 2021 Jem Young - Four Semesters of CS Part II Jem Young - Petro Derrick Showers - Twenty Thousand Hertz Derrick Showers - Timbuk2 Derrick Showers - Master of None Brian Holt - Luis.ai Brian Holt - Full Stack 2 on Frontend Masters Brian Holt - Second Career Devs w/ Madison Kanna Mars Jullian - Lovesick Mars Jullian - Inside Dev newsletter Stacy London - Unfolding by Rival Consoles Stacy London - Git for Humans by David Demaree
March 4, 2018
In this episode, we recorded live on stage at Forward JS conference in San Francisco. We were joined by our special guest, Allen Wirfs-Brock to talk about how the web has changed over the years and how JavaScript has been a large influence. Guests: Allen Wirfs-Brock - @awbjs Panelists: Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryan Jem Young - @JemYoung Brian Holt - @holtbt Mars Jullian - @marsjosephine Stacy London - @stacylondoner
Feb. 19, 2018
In this episode, we’ll be discussing things we’ve noticed in companies that have unhealthy culture, shady business practices, moving business targets and more. We talk about ways to avoid an unhealthy culture and how to help improve one.
Feb. 5, 2018
For our 50th episode, we are on stage live at the 2018 ngATL conference. We are joined by four of the talented speakers, Aimee Knight, Simona Cotin, John Papa, and April Wensel to talk about the state of Angular.
Jan. 22, 2018
We are back in 2018, for the first episode of the New Year we have two special guests, Shirley Wu and Amy Wibowo to talk with us about freelancing and running your own business. We discuss how to start freelance work, how to manage clients and how to handle difficult clients.
Dec. 19, 2017
It’s been a great year! With 2017 coming to an end, we’ve decided to talk the highlights, trends, and disappointments of the year. We also talk about what we’re excited about in 2018.
Nov. 27, 2017
Often times in our careers we’ve wanted to speak at conferences, meetups or even within our companies. It’s been a great way to share ideas and things we’ve learned. Giving a tech talk isn’t always the easiest thing. In this episode, we’ll be discussing what we’ve learned from our experiences and share advice on ways to help improve your next talk.
Nov. 14, 2017
In this episode of the Front End Happy Hour podcast, we discuss how as front end engineers we can impact security vulnerabilities in the applications and websites we are creating.

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