A podcast featuring panelists of engineers from Netflix, Evernote & LinkedIn talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
United States
66 episodes
since Feb, 2016
explicit content


Static type systems in JavaScript provide a lot of value and have been growing in popularity. In this episode, we’re joined by Lauren Tan and Kunal Bohra to talk with us about the benefits of leveraging a type system in your codebase. Guests: Lauren Tan - @sugarpirate_ Kunal Bohra - @do_i_need_1 Panelists: Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryan Jem Young - @JemYoung Ryan Anklam - @bittersweetryan Picks: Lauren Tan - Marvel's Spider-Man Lauren Tan - Ken Wheeler - Love Songs For your Mother Kunal Bohra - The Seventh Seal Kunal Bohra - What I Talk About When I Talk About Running Ryan Burgess - Toddler Tattoos Ryan Burgess - Ozark Ryan Burgess - Stay Here Ryan Burgess - Lauren Tan's talk at React Rally Jem Young - Kill or Cure Jem Young - Luke Cage Ryan Anklam - Infinite Ryan Anklam - Panic Cord Remix
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