Upcoming Talk Shows

We host a number of talk shows and live coding shows. Our current lineup includes DevRel(ish), a show where we talk about developer relations and interview prominent folks in DevRel, and 2 Full 2 Stack, a live coding show the dives deep into how to build full stack web applications.

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Using the DevRel Force with Raymond Camden

Erin and Brian are joined by Raymond Camden, Senior Developer Evangelist for Adobe, about his long, storied history in DevRel and his unabashed love of everything Star Wars.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Mobile Apps with React Native and Ignite Pt. 2

Join Nick Taylor as he continues his live coding adventure creating a fun, cross-platform mobile app using React Native built upon the Ignite boilerplate.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Developer-first Startups with Dana Oshiro

Erin and Brian are joined by Dana Oshiro, a partner with Heavybit which is the lr=eading investor in developer-first startups including Snyk, CircleCI, PagerDuty and more.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi

Previous Talk Shows

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A Place for Your Stuff (Data Storage in the Browser) Pt. 2

In this session, Raymond will continue working with IndexedDB, a browser API for working with data storage on the client, and continues to show how to use the API to persist data on the browser.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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A Place for Your Stuff (Data Storage in the Browser)

In this session, Raymond will introduce folks to IndexedDB, a browser API for working with data storage on the client. It's totally easy to use and not complex at all, and no one ever calls it IndexDB. Honest.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Mobile Apps with React Native and Ignite

Join Nick Taylor on a live coding adventure as he whips up a fun, cross-platform mobile app using React Native built upon the Ignite boilerplate.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Let's Freakin' Finish This PWA Already!

In this session, Raymond promises to finally finish the PWA conversion job and hopefully cover a bit about offline storage techniques as well.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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PWA++ (Building a Progressive Web App)

In this session, Ray will continue building the PWA from the last episode, digging into some of the core PWA capabilities of offline support and more.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Setting the TanStack Table

TanStack Table is a UI for building interactive datagrids and tables that works across frameworks such as React, Vue, Solid & Svelte. In this episode, Nick takes TanStack Table for a spin.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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DevRel, DevOps and Java with Melissa McKay

Erin and Brian are joined by Melissa McKay, head of developer relations at jFrog about developer relations, engineering and the Java community.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Let's Make a Progressive Web App (PWA)

In this session, Ray will cover what PWA is at a high level, what capabilities it offers, and build a simple example of one using a basic one page web page as an example.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Adding an API to Your Web App (Part 2)

In this session, Ray continues building an application that consumes data from an API, making it easily accessible to your client-side JavaScript code.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Going Angular with Analog

Nick explores building a web app with Angular using the Analog full stack JavaScript meta framework that supports hybrid SSG/SSR outputs.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Broadening Access to Opportunities with Jay Miller

Erin and Brian are joined by Jay Miller, developer advocate at Aiven, to discuss their work towards advancing the careers of individuals historically excluded from developer roles and opportunities.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Adding an API to Your Web App

In this session, Ray walks through the steps needed to take an old XML based interface and make it easily accessible to your client-side JavaScript code.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Playing Games with Alpine.js

In this session, Ray introduces you (quickly) to Alpine.js, an incredibly light weight simple JavaScript framework that's quick to pick up.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Even More Astro

Nick continues his explorations of the Astro full stack JavaScript framework, digging into some of the more advanced features and capabilities.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Evangelism vs Advocacy with Colin Loretz

Erin and Brian are joined by Colin Loretz, developer advocate at Discord, to discuss the differences between evangelism and advocacy as a developer relations professional.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Shall we play a game?

In this session, Ray will talk about the high level basics of building a web-based, text game. He'll talk about the easy parts, the hard parts, and why he has started way more games than he's actually finished.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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A Developer's Essential Tools and Stack

Raymond Camden shares the essential tools and tech stack powering his development. Join us to explore the key elements that drive his coding workflow.
  • Hosted by: Raymond Camden
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Blasting Off with Astro

Join Nick for some live coding as he explore how to build web apps using the increasingly popular Astro full stack JavaScript framework.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Developer Events with Jon Gottfried

Erin and Brian are joined by Jon Gottfried, co-founder of Major League Hacking and former devrel, about developer events and how to run successful hackathons.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Exploring Deno's Fresh Framework

Join Nick for some live coding as he digs into the Fresh full-stack, edge-rendering JavaScript framework for Deno.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Full Stack DevRel with Nnenna Ndukwe

Erin and Brian are joined by Nnenna Ndukwe about her work with Girl Develop It and Black Girls Code about how we can improve representation in DevRel and software in general. - devrel - community
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Even More Bleeding Edge Next.js

Join Nick as he live codes his exploration into some of the features that were recently released in Next.js 14.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Fostering Developer Communities with Jake Ward

Erin and Brian are joined by Jake Ward, CEO of Data Protocol, to talk about best practices in developer relations for creating thriving developer communities. - devrel - community
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Bleeding Edge Next.js

Join Nick as he digs into trying some of the features just announced the day before at Next.js Conf to see what's new in Next.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Content Creation and Data Science with Megan Lieu

Erin and Brian are joined by Megan Lieu, a data advocate at Deepnote, who'll discuss how she approaches content creation and what is it like to move from finance to data science to DevRel. - devrel - data science
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Taking It To The Edge

Nick Taylor will explore how to get started building, deploying and using serverless and edge functions.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Flavors of DevRel with Kevin Whinnery

Erin and Brian are joined by Kevin Whinnery of Deno who'll chat about the six different flavors of developer relations.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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DevOps and DevRel with Matt Stratton

Erin and Brian are joined by Matt Stratton, director of DevRel at Aiven, podcaster and global organizer of the DevOps Days conferences.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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WTF: What the Form?

Nick Taylor will show all the aspects of form development and the form APIs that can make building forms less painful.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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Full Stack Debugging

Nick Taylor explores debugging fundamentals and tips and tricks for full stack web application developers.
  • Hosted by: Nick Taylor
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From IC to Management in DevRel with Tessa Kriesel

Erin and Brian are joined by Tessa Kriesel, Head of Platform Developer Relations at Snap, to discuss moving from an individual contributor (IC) to management in developer relations and hwat makes a successful DevRel team.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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DevRel and Community with Brittany Walker

Erin and Brian are joined by Brittany Walker, Senior Developer Advocate for Contentful and local tech community organizer.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Trends in Developer Relations with Mary Thengvall

Erin and Brian are joined by Mary Thengvall, author of The Business Value of Developer Relations and editor of DevRel Weekly, to talk about trends in DevRel.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Open Source and Advocacy with Rizel Scarlett

Erin and Brian are joined by Rizel Scarlett, a developer advocate at GitHub, who'll discuss her path into devrel and working as an advocate for open source communities.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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What The Federated Content? with Bryan Robinson

The modern website has become an art of composition. It's a rarity that a website will only pull content from a single source these days. Sean and Bryan discuss the challenges and solutions to composable content.
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Building an Open-Source Company with Eldad Fux

It's no small feat to grow a startup from concept to a successful company. Sean and Eldad discuss what it takes to build an open-source company.
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Building Effective Developer Communities with Bekah Hawrot Weigel

Building developer communities is hard. You don't just have to get someone's attention — you also have to give them a reason to stay. In this episode, Sean and Bekah explore what it takes to build and find effective developer communities.
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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The Best JavaScript Framework with Salma Alam-Naylor

You're ready to build your next project for the web, but how do you go about choosing the right JavaScript framework? Sean and Salma work together to answer that question.
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Introducing DevRel(ish) - a show about Developer Relations

Join Erin Makail Staples and Brian Rinaldi as they introduce a new show all about careers in Developer Relations (aka DevRel) and DevRel adjacent roles.
  • Hosted by: Erin Mikail Staples Brian Rinaldi
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Framework Agnostic Web Components with Evan Sheehan

Sean will work with Evan Sheehan to try to understand why didn't web components catch on right away? Why are they back _now?_ Are they here to stay? And how can you get started working with them today?
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Effective Developer Documentation with Ember Stevens

Writing documentation for developers means answering a number of questions: How do we organize the content? How should navigation reflect that organization? How do we render code snippets? What application and format do we use for writing? How do we maintain docs over time? Ember Stevens joins to discuss.
  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Brian Rinaldi

In the final episode for season 1, Sean C. Davis and Brian Rinaldi chat about 5 years of CFE.dev, developer community and, perhaps, some Jamstack.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Peter Cooper

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Peter Cooper, founder of Cooper Press which publishes hugely popular developer newsletters such as JavaScript Weekly, Ruby Weekly and FrontEnd Focus.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Gift Egwuenu

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Gift Egwuenu, developer advocate at Cloudflare, about serverless, Jamstack and web development.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Benjy Weinberger

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Benjy Weinberger, creator of the open source Pants build system for Python, Java, Scala, Go, and Shell and founder of Toolchain Labs.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Suze Shardlow

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Suze Shardlow, the developer community manager at Redis.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Kelly More

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Kelly More, a developer advocate focused on artificial intelligence and data science.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Eduardo Bouças

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Eduardo Bouças, a Senior Staff Engineer at Netlify who worked on the recently released edge functions feature on Netlify and maintains a number of open source projects.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with PJ Hagerty

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews PJ Hagerty who founded a company delivering developer and community relations as a service and is a board member of an organization focused on mental health in the tech community.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Jen Looper

In this episode, Sean C. Davis interviews Jen Looper who helps lead education advocacy at Microsoft and founded the FrontEnd Foxes non-profit that runs coding boot camps for women.

  • Hosted by: Sean C Davis
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Interview with Raymond Camden

In the debut episode of the Code Sandwich Hour talk show, Sean C. Davis interviews Raymond Camden, developer evangelist at Adobe and author of the The Jamstack Book.