Playing: 023: Web Development in 2017 && a look ahead at 2018 🍾🍷
Potluck - Terminal Configs × CSS Reset × Flexbox × Freelancing × NPM Dependencies × Project Hand-off × More!
Potluck - Why Webpack? × Serverless × Agencies × Recruiters × CSS Grid × MQ in Styled Components
Potluck - Deploying Applications × Typescript × Live Coding with Twitch × Fullstack Architecture × More!
Potluck - What is "State"? × Web Sockets × Remote Working × Firefox × Machines Taking Our Jobs × More!
Potluck - CSS × Angular × Dev job preparation × Svelte × File organization × Gear × More!
Potluck - Media Queries × NPM Vulnerabilities × Fullstack JS vs JAMstack × Web VR/AR × Switching Jobs × More!
Potluck - Interview Qs × Headless CMS × React Hooks × Resume Design × Redux vs Context × More!
How We Manage Our Lives — Notion, Todos, Notes, Focusing, Calendars, Goal tracking, and more!
Potluck - Changing careers × Repo organization × CSS Grid × Certifications × Freelancing × Spammers × More
Potluck - Where to start with JS × Freelancing × Cron jobs × Split testing × Frameworks in 2019 × More
Potluck - $100/hr × Redux Replacements × Full Stack Designers × JWT × VS Code Tips × More
Potluck - Editor Fonts × Portfolios × Meetup Tips × Switching to Windows × Freelancing Sources
Potluck EP × Remote Work × Headless WordPress × Good Client Questions × Alternate Careers × React API Credentials
Potluck EP × Is Redux Dead × Learning Quickly × Developing Solo × Specialist vs Generalist × Funnest Projects × Wes’ BBQ Course
Potluck EP × Vue.js × Headless WP × Typescript & Flow × Productivity × Server Side Rendering × Yeoman
Wes and Scott's Lives - Breakdancing, BBQ, Wives, Work/Life Balance, Problem Solving, YouTube Subscriptions
Snack Pack — CSS Frameworks, React HOC, Render Props, Coding Designers, Early Career Advice and a sound board!
Hosting & Servers — Heroku, Now, Galaxy, Digital Ocean, Linode, Docker, Netlify and more!
Dec 13th, 2017
Web Development in 2017 && a look ahead at 2018 🍾🍷👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
What happened in web development in 2017? What were our personal and professional feats in 2017? What should we look forward to in 2018?
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The Show Notes!
- Scott's 2017 Look Back
- Scott is a new parent
- Dealing with kids who don't sleep
- Scott's Breakdancing Gains
- Wes' Look Back
- Taking Health Seriously
- First full year of Wes doing tutorials full time
- Course Correction VS Goals
- Course Platform Improvements
- Lots of Email Marketing
- Migration to Drip
- Scott cut ties with startup
- 100% Invested in Levelup Tutorials
- Major Platform improvements
- New Payment Gateways
- Lots of new Series - 400 videos!
- We Launched Syntax!
- Thank you!
- The show is getting good (we think?)
- Wes launched his Learn Node Course
- Wes updated his ES6 for Everyone Course
- Goals for 2018
- The Yacht Club
- S.M.A.R.T. Goals
- Scott's 2018 Goals
- More videos
- More Youtube
- Building a Set
- Less Overtime
- Wes' 2018 Goals
- Releasing lots and lots of Content
- CSS Grid
- VS Code
- If it's not a Hell Yes, it's a no
- Double down on what works
- New Checkout Experience
- Delegate + Automate
- Get faster at recording
- SSR Frameworks: Next.js, Gatsby, Nuxt.js
- Tooling is becoming less of a pain in the ass
- GraphQL Is Blowin' Upppppp
- Typed Languages / Typings
- Flow / Typescript / ReasonML / GraphQL Typings
- WordPress' Gutenberg Editor
- React Patent's Dropped
- Vue became really popular
- CSS Changes!
- CSS Grid
- Firefox CSS Grid Dev Tools
- Componentized CSS
- Design Systems
- CSS Variables
- VS Code became very popular
- The Iron Yard shut down
- Progressive Web Apps
- What do we hope for in 2018?