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JavaScript Master Podcast

JavaScript Master Podcast

By Dariusz Kalbarczyk
Listen / Code / Repeat. Everything you need to know to become a super JavaScript developer.

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JSMP 02: Development tools in the expert's eye with Chris Heilmann
JavaScript Master Podcast with Chris Heilmann What's up everyone, this is Dariusz Kalbarczyk co-founder of NG Poland, JS Poland, AngularMaster.dev & WorkshopFest.dev. Welcome back to the JavaScript Master Podcast. Today we've got a special guest from Berlin, Germany, Principal Program Manager for Browser Tools at Microsoft,  JavaScript lover. Ladies and gentlemen... Chris Heilmann Hi Chris, How are you? Please introduce yourself and tell us what you do? The robots are coming and we need to make a great example for them. What do you mean by this text? How can we set a good example for them? What computer did you start programming on? What was your first computer program, were you proud of? What has changed since you started programming in your perception of the world of technology? Does software rule the world? How many books have you written? What is the most exciting and what is the most difficult about writing a new book? You work as anPrincipal Program Manager for Browser Tools at Microsoft. What is your working day like? Why did you choose to take on developer tools as a new experience after being in DevRel for so long? By the way, what does being a DevRel mean to you? What are the main problems you see with Developer Tools at the moment? What are problems you face as a Developer Tools creator? What can the community do to help you? What are some things you are proud of having achieved in this role and how did you do it? How big is your team? How is it structured? What is going on in the development stack for the web that puzzle you? You’ve been doing JavaScript for ages. Do you see patterns that keep coming up in the JavaScript community? What is a term that people keep using that annoys you when it comes to coding and technology? What is a finding you had in Developer Tools that might surprise people? How do you measure the success of Developer Tools? What is a feature you are really excited about that people should play with? What do you think is needed to get us to become more effective as a community? How can people learn more about what you do? What do you think about TypeScript? Is there a chance that TS will completely replace JS in the coming years? Do you remember the first edition of the JS Poland conference five years ago? You will be performing at JS Poland soon, what have you prepared for the participants this time? Non technical part: What kind of person is Chris? How do you see yourself? Do you have some hints for us regarding self-organization? Do you have any favorite hobbies? What’s about your work/live balance? Do you have some hints for us? Thank you for providing a lot of valuable information during this recording. Finally, can you recommend any interesting podcast or book to our audience?
01:18:20
January 17, 2022
JSMP 01: Work Without Limits by Chen Salomon
What's up everyone, this is Dariusz Kalbarczyk co-founder of NG Poland, JS Poland, AngularMaster.dev & WorkshopFest.dev.   Welcome back to the JavaScript Master Podcast. Today we've got a special guest from Tel Aviv, Israel, R&D Group Manager at monday.com Ladies and gentlemen... Chen Salomon Hi Chen, How are you? Please introduce yourself and tell us what you do? You work as an R&D Group Manager at monday.com. What is your working day like? Tell me about your flagship product. What are the challenges associated with working with such a large product? You have multiple types of scale challenges you are working on, please tell us more about. How do you handle the scale in the software plane - creating and need to know more and more features while onboarding more and more developers? What are the guidelines/architecture you are sharing with your developers to handle the developer's scale? You talked about core and playground - how would you differentiate between microservices architecture and the method you showed? How do you identify a good core and a good playground? Do you have an example from your system of something that didn’t work well and you changed into this method to improve team speed? Are you looking for developers? If so, what skills should future applicants have? Can developers work remotely with monday.com? What makes monday.com different from other employers? Now let's talk about technicalities. What is your frontend stack? How do you develop a feature? How often do you release? What is your release cycle? How do you deal with legacy code? Non technical part: What kind of person is Chen? How do you see yourself? Do you have some hints for us regarding self-organization? Do you have any favorite hobbies? What’s about your work/live balance? Do you have some hints for us?
32:19
January 14, 2022