Charles Max Wood
Erik Hanchett is a Front End Engineer at Amazon Web Services. He returns to the show to talk about creating open-source library tools. He begins by explaining the requirements, tools used, and many more in creating the library.
David Atanda is an Engineer at ConsenSys. He returns to the show alongside Steve to talk about using Web3 Auth in a Vue app for user authentication. He begins by talking about the difference between Web2 and Web3. Moreover, he dives into the process of using Web3 Authentication and its features.
Giannis Koutsaftakis is a Senior Frontend Developer at Pequity. He joins the show with Steve to talk about, "Skeleton Loader using Vue & Tailwind". He begins by explaining Skeleton Loader and how it can improve user experience. He also talks about its advantages and disadvantages.
Austin Gil is a Senior Developer Advocate. He returns to the show alongside Steve to talk about his articles. He starts the show by explaining what Vuetensils is. He also dives into his article, "TIL: You Can Access A User’s Camera with Just HTML". Moreover, they also talk about their perspective on what beginner developers should learn first if they're still starting out in the field.
Erik Hanchett is Front End Engineer at Amazon Web Services. He joins the show with Steve to talk about UnoCSS. He begins by explaining what it is. They also discuss the difference between UnoCSS, tailwind CSS, and WindiCSS. He shares his own experience of using UnoCSS.
Returning guest, Drew Baker is the Founder and Technical Director at Funkhaus. He joins Steve on this week's episode to discuss his experiences in using Nuxt. He talks about its useful features and goes into detail about its benefits. Additionally, he talks about how he runs his applications using Nuxt
Jakub Andrzejewski is a Senior Developer & Dev Advocate at Vue Storefront. He joins the show alongside Steve to talk about performance in Nuxt and Vue. He begins the show by diving into the concept of performance, how to maintain a high-performing website, and providing the best user experience
Uche Azubuko is a lead frontend engineer at OneLiquidit and a STEM educator passionate about having specific pursuits, advocating for women in tech, community building, and teaching people better ways to live and work. He joins the show to discuss his article, "How to Use TypeScript with Vue.js: Your Go-to Guide". He starts off by talking about some of the projects in which he would use Typescript.
Daniel Roe returns to the show alongside guest host Drew and Steve to talk about the new releases and changes in Nuxt. He begins by explaining the difference between Nuxt and Nuxt Labs. He also talks about migrating from Nuxt 2 to Nuxt 3. Moreover, he tackles future projects and plans for the framework.
Most software developers have done freelancing at some point in their careers, so today, Steve and Drew get together to discuss what is involved in freelancing. They cover topics such as how to find work, how to price it, how to get paid, and everybody's favorite topic, paying taxes. They finish with picks, and the high point of every episode, Steve's dad jokes of the week.
Steve sits down with returning guest host Drew Baker to talk about what makes a good programmer. They each list their top five characteristics and find that there is a lot of crossovers between their lists, and as always, go down a few rabbit trails on things like code comments. They end with Steve's famous dad jokes and some new exciting CSS features.
Debbie O’Brien is a Senior Program Manager on the developer division community team at Microsoft. She returns to the show with Steve to talk about the Microsoft tool called “Playwright”. It is a framework for Web Testing and Automation. Moreover, they go into how the testing works, its useful features, and how it has more advantages than other testing solutions.
Steve talks with Adam Jahr of Vue Mastery about online Vue training. They talk about the history of Vue Mastery, how it is structured, and the details of what goes into making the fantastic, professional-looking videos they create.
Steve sits down with guest host Drew Baker to talk about their experiences and tips about getting hired as a web developer these days. Steve covers his experiences both as a job seeker and the person doing the hiring, and along with Drew, tells some great - and not so great stories about job hunting from both sides. Along the way, they provide some (hopefully) helpf
Are you looking at all the layoffs and uncertainty going on and wondering if your company is the next to cut back? Or, maybe you're a freelancer or entrepreneur who is trying to figure out how to deliver more value to gain or retain customers? Mani Vaya joins Charles Max Wood to discuss the one thing that both of them use to more than double their productivity on a daily basis. Mani has read 1,000's of productivity books over the last several years and has formulated a methodology for getting more done, but found that he lacked the discipline to follow through on his plans. The he found the one thing that kept him on track and made him so productive that he is now getting all of his work done and was able to live the life he wants. Chuck also weighs in on how Mani's technique has worked for him and allows him to spend more time with his wife and kids, run a podcast network, and a nearly full time contract. Join the episode to learn how Chuck and Mani get into a regular flow state with their work and consistently deliver at work.
Steve and special returning guest host Erik Hanchett sit down with John Leider of VuetifyJS to talk about the recent 3.0 release of Vuetify. They discuss the conversion from Vue 2 to Vue 3, the people behind Vuetify, and some of the ways Vue 3 makes things easier in Vuetify.
Today, Steve talks with Lane Wagner, creator of boot.dev, and online programming school. After getting distracted by the fact that Lane's first name reminds Steve of "Better Off Dead", they discuss how the concept of functional programming is or isn't actually used in the composition API in Vue 3, along with the awesomeness of Vite and Lane's experience in upgrading from Vue 2 to Vue 3.
David Neal is a web developer who started to learn to draw as a way to liven up his conference talks. Along the way, his drawing skills and reach have grown, and he uses those skills in multiple avenues. David talks about his history in tech and drawing, how he learned, and how it has become an effective rule for him. He and Steve discuss their love of dad jokes and David's love of bacon, and how he lost weight eating nothing but bacon.
Along with returning guest host Luke Diebold, Steve talks with Laravel framework creator Taylor Otwell, They cover the history of Laravel, the Laravel ecosystem, how and why Taylor chose to integrate it with Vue, how Laravel and Vue are now used and distributed as part of Jetstream and InertiaJS, and even how Laravel got its name. Along the way, they cover topics such as Narnia, Star Trek, and end with great dad jokes.
In this episode, Steve sits down with Silvan Mühlemann and talks about his history with Vue. They cover a couple blog posts of Silvan's where he uses Vue to generate various PDF types, and then talk about his development history and how he and his company got into Vue. They with Silvan's picks of some great AI tools, and of course, Steve's fantastic dad jokes.
Today we talk with Denise Gürsoy, a full stack developer from the Netherlands, currently working as a GO developer. We discuss his Medium article about implementing alternate methods of calling APIs in Vue.js.
Steve sits down with Vue developer Shashikant S. Wagh to talk about his Vue Sortable Table. They discuss the various config options and the main selling point that allows the user to re-order items in the table via drag and drop. Shashikant makes a very old-school book pick, and as always, Steve has his great dad jokes.
Valeri Karpov, maintainer of the popular Mongoose library for Nodejs, visits the show again to talk about a new Vue 3 feature of provide/inject and how it's much better than props, how he uses Vue templates inside Node, tests template output with the cheerio library, and then how he uses plain js, html, and css files for email templates. As always, they end with picks, including a discussion of the The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings books, and movies, and as always, Steve tops it off with his amazing dad jokes.