In this potluck episode of Syntax, Wes and Scott answer your questions about protestware, NoSQL, Next.js, the Syntax.fm website, ESM, Jest, and more!
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- 00:10 Welcome
- 01:30 What are the good reasons to use nextjs apart from personal preference?
- 05:15 How did you decide to build Syntax.fm?
- 09:09 Why does my M1 Mac feel slower than my Intel Mac?
- 17:14 Sponsor: Prismic
- 19:06 Why did you choose noSQL database over SQL databse?
- 25:13 What does it mean to support ESM?
- 30:23 Sponsor: LogRocket
- 31:35 Are open source maintainers doing harm by inserting protestware into packages?
- Protestware found lurking in popular npm package
- 40:30 Should I write the game logic on the backend or on the frontend?
- 46:30 Sponsor: Auth0
- 48:20 Sick Picks