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Digging through Nick Nisi’s tool box
KBall interviews Nick Nisi about the Pandora’s box that is his tooling/developer setup. Starting at the lowest layer of the terminal emulator he uses, they move upwards into command line tools, into Tmux (terminals within terminals!), his epic NeoVim configuration, and finally into the tools he uses for notekeeping and productivity.
Exciting! Exciting? !Exciting
Nick is excited to explain CVA to us like we’re five (then again like we’re 41). KBall is excited to share details of his new stack (for the new app he’s building). Jerod is excited to share some recent news items (but he’s the only one). And finally, we’re all excited to debate TypeScript vs JSDoc comments!
The ORMazing show
Nick & KBall sit down with the brilliant Stephen Haberman to discuss all things ORMs! 💻🔍 From the advantages and disadvantages of ORMs in general, to delving into the intricacies of his innovative project Joist, which brings a fresh, idiomatic, ActiveRecord-esque approach to TypeScript. 🚀 So sit back, relax, and let’s dive deep into the world of ORMs with the experts!
Making web art the hard way
Developer slash artist Alex Miller joins Jerod & Amelia to discuss the challenge he faced after deciding to eschew fancy frameworks and libraries in favor of vanilla JS to build an interactive essay called Grid World for the html review.
SST and OpenNext
Dax Raad joins KBall and Nick to chat about SST, a framework that makes it easier to build full-stack applications on AWS. We chat about how the project got started and its goals. Then we discuss OpenNext, an open source, framework-agnostic server less adapter for Next.js.