Web Workers Podcast

A podcast covering all things interesting to those who work on the Web. Topics include modern CSS, JavaScript, new trends in HTML, User Experience and Design. Add our feed to your podcatcher of choice »

Episode 9: A Discussion on Progressive Enhancement

We're discussing some controversy from late 2016 this week. The idea that Progressive Enhancement IS a moral argument and why that makes it a better or worse argument. This is based on the blog post 'Yes, progressive enhancement is a f****** moral argument'

Episode 8: CSS Shorthand Antipatterns

This week we read CSS Wizardry's 'CSS Shorthand Syntax Considered an Anti-Pattern' and discuss the nature of the shorthand properties as well as whether or not this is actually an antipattern.

Episode 7: Component Architecture in Sass

We read David Kourshid's scotch.io article 'Aesthetic Sass: Architecture, Style and Organization' and discuss the topics of reusability, naming and structure in Sass and CSS.

Episode 6: Education via Documentation

Based on David Gilbertson's '19 Things I learnt reading the NodeJS docs,' we discuss Node, API Documentation vs. Tutorials and learning new things in general.

Episode 5: Native Apps vs. Progressive Web Apps

This week we take on an age-old argument: Native phone apps vs Progressive Web apps. Based on Eric Elliot's Medium post Native Apps are Doomed, we discuss the pros and cons of both ecosystems.

Episode 4: Web Workers Rewind - Meteor Up and Running

From the August Web Workers meetup in Memphis, Tenn. Eric talks about getting up and running in MeteorJS.

Episode 3: Web Workers Rewind - Modern CSS

From the August Web Workers meetup in Memphis, Tenn. Bryan speaks about Post-Modern CSS including Object-Fit, Clip-path and CSS Grid.

Episode 2: JavaScript Fatigue

Ever feel like there's a new JavaScript library, framework or technique every week? That's probably because there is. Bryan, Eric and Nathanael discuss getting fatigued, fighting through it.

Episode I: The Phantom Podcast

The hosts discuss their various backgrounds, how they got into tech and how newbies and beginners can find their way in the ever-shifting landscape

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