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Gilad Shoham is a developer and open-source leader at Bit. They explore the latest trends and insights in the world of development and technology. The conversation also delves into the complexities of managing and sharing software components, detaili... more
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I’ve listened for years … it started off really well with knowledgeable hosts and interesting topics, then waded into framework/tool of the week, then into Wix and Wix adjacent commercialization, then web3 with one of the hosts playing the ultimate grift of “there is no goo crypto use case except mine” .. a nice con he played for about 6 months to then shill his stuff for months after that to whatever is next… I’m getting off this train, however, because of just horrible takes, asinine and offe... more
I love the episodes with Dan and AJ, as they talk about issues encountered by JS and/or software developers frequently. Charles (host) and the dad jokes guy are just self-promoting and/or distracting noise (stop saying “dad jokes”, even worse than the jokes themselves). Again, Dan’s comments are especially insightful and address common coding problems and decisions. Dan and AJ really bring substance to the podcast, episodes without them are a waste of time (shameless self promotion episodes, som... more
It’s truly off putting how the guest on this episode likes to boast about himself in subtle ways.
I almost always try to listen to this pod. They have some great guests, but don’t always make full use of them. Dan is great at providing clarity and focus. more
Hey! I love your podcast but Dan does not let people talk. He has great opinion and views but that is not the point of your talks, please, it is really annoying.
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