November 4th, 2020 × #Accessibility#Teaching#CSS

Voice Coding is Really Good with Josh Comeau

Josh Comeau discusses how he codes by voice and eye tracking due to injury, the benefits of attending a bootcamp, adding whimsical touches to websites, and how he focuses on teaching development through interactive blog posts and courses.


In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk with Josh Comeau about coding with your voice, accessibility, bootcamps, animation, and more!

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Show Notes

01:48 - What is your background?

04:33 - Coding with your voice

08:32 - How do you code for a living if you can only do it for a few minutes a day?

21:56 - How has it impacted your productivity?

22:46 - Is it easier with a typed language like Typescript?

26:05 - What about accessibility?

27:14 - How good is the eye tracker?

29:30 - What got you into animation?

35:29 - Favorite app for animations?

40:12 - Being a teacher

41:44 - Is it worth going to a bootcamp?

44:57 - Interactivity in teaching


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