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In episode 147 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Chris Stolt and Ben Burkert of Anchor about securing local development environments. This talk explores dev/prod parity and how Anchor’s taking​​​ ​a ​developer-​first ​approach to ​addressing ​the ​pains ​of ​internal ​TLS. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 146 of Jamstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Brian Levine of Yetto about customer support. Together they explore the pain points that lead small companies to adopt help desks or support tech stacks, as well as solutions for bolstering customer success like tools and hiring practices. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 145 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Cara Marin of Stashpad about collaborative documents. Together they explore the shortcomings of popular collaborative tools on the market today and how they can be improved. Additionally, Cara unpacks local-first technology and how it enables elevated real-time collaboration experiences. The post …
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In episode 144 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Joran Dirk Greef of TigerBeetle. This conversation explores financial transaction databases and the importance of building trust at the intersection of open source and business. Joran shares the invaluable lessons he learned from his early days as a self-taught developer as well as his journey fou…
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In episode 143 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Mike Neumegen of CloudCannon. Together they discuss the evolution of the Jamstack and speculate on where it might be going in the future. Additionally, Mike shares his passion for static sites and unpacks how CloudCannon is bringing developers and content editors together. The post appeared first …
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In episode 142 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Alex Olivier and Emre Baran of Cerbos. This conversation explores tools for managing roles and permissions within an organization, the value of audit logs, decoupled authorization, attribute-based access control (ABAC), and the pain points that inspired Cerbos. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 141 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Vignesh Ravichandran of Omnigres, a developer-first application platform. They discuss the latest trends in the Platform as a Service (PaaS) space, the inspiration behind Omnigres, and invaluable lessons for founders on finding product-market fit. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 140 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with James Perkins of Unkey. This talk examines the difficulties developers face when issuing auth keys to end users. James also shares lessons from his firsthand experience scaling an open source side project into a full time startup. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 139 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Matt Dupree of ATLAS. This talk focuses heavily on LLMs and how they're elevating UX. Additionally, Brian and Matt explore AI hallucinations, tips for predicting where LLMs might be most impactful, and insights on why most code in future apps may be generated by AI. The post appeared first on Heav…
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In episode 138 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Nick Taylor of OpenSauced. This talk explores the improvements and new features developers can expect from Next.js 14, as well as expert advice on choosing a frontend framework and navigating the unique challenges of open source projects. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 137 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Steven Schkolne of MightyMeld. Steven unpacks MightyMeld’s founding story, objectives, users, and internal team. Additionally, they discuss React development, the state of low-code and no-code tooling, the intersection of design and engineering, and the challenges developers face when integrating …
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In episode 136 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Nikita Shamgunov of Neon. This conversation explores how Serverless Postgres is revolutionizing the database game, making it easier, more scalable, and more cost-effective than ever before. Together they explore topics like orchestrating micro VMs, utilizing databases as a service (DaaS), building…
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In episode 134 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Victoria Melnikova of Evil Martians. They discuss commercializing open source projects for improved feedback loops and longterm sustainability, as well as the importance of technical marketing. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 133 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Tom Preston-Werner, founder of GitHub and creator of RedwoodJS. This talk explores React server components, the origin story of RedwoodJS and its latest offerings, the inherent rewards of working in open source, and the tedious lifecycle of application development. The post appeared first on Heavy…
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In episode 132 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Pranay Prateek of SigNoz. This talk explores application performance monitoring, insights on utilizing OpenTelemetry, and reasons to consider open source observability solutions instead of those from SaaS vendors. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 131 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Christian Stuff and James Hush of Daily. This talk explores virtual meetings, WebRTC, and video technology. Christian and James share insights on building a video call experience in the browser and rising to the demand in recent years for world wide virtual events. The post appeared first on Heavy…
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In episode 130 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Jamie Barton of Grafbase about backend as a service (BaaS). Together they share insights on elevating the local development experience and integrating projects with edge databases. They also explore solutions for authentication, edge caching, and getting started in development. The post appeared f…
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In episode 129 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Surya Oruganti of Argonaut. This talk explores the complexities faced when addressing application and infrastructure deployments, insights on managing multiple environments and getting full visibility into cloud costs, and Argonaut’s mission to make software orchestration accessible to smaller tea…
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In episode 128 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Simon Grimm, a prolific content creator and developer educator. Together they explore the Ionic framework, cross-platform app development, and tips for maintaining a cadence and building an audience with original developer content. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 127 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Saurav Pathak of Bagisto about open source tools for building ecommerce sites. Together they explore PHP frameworks, IndiaStack, the pain points developers have with ecommerce, and why so many developers around the world are building with Laravel. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 126 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Jonathan Wilke of Supastarter. They discuss boilerplate options for getting SaaS apps up and running more quickly. They also unpack the indie hacker community and what it means to grow a business from the ground up without traditional fundraising. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 125 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Matt Butcher of Fermyon. Together they explore cloud computing, the evolution of programming languages, the unsolved problems that led to WebAssembly, the limits of user attention, and why developers love serverless functions. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 124 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with James Perkins of Clerk. Together they explore tools and practices for simplifying authentication and user management, the latest trends in DevRel hiring, and the correlation between internal feedback loops and productivity within small orgs. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 123 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Glauber Costa of ChiselStrike. They discuss Glauber’s background in open source and unpack insights on reducing friction around databases, utilizing SQLite at the edge, and communicating with customers. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 122 of Jamstack Radio, Brian catches up with Anthony Campolo of Edgio. In this conversation they recap Anthony's career journey and explore many technical topics including edge computing, the current state of the JavaScript ecosystem, insights on leveraging Jamstack for infrastructure ambitions, and combatting imposter syndrome in DevRel…
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In episode 121 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Tony Holdstock-Brown of Inngest. This conversation explores infrastructure architecture, edge computing, the importance of developer experience, the rise of the developer cloud, and insights on optimizing the essential Time to Value metric. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 120 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Travis Waith-Mair of Plex. Together they unpack Travis’s project Bedrock Layout Primitives, industry parallels between finance and tech, and utility components for building web application layouts. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 119 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with James Hawkins of PostHog. In this talk, James shares insights on utilizing product analytics, feature flags, session recordings, qualitative user feedback, and A/B testing to build better products and improve customer retention. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 118 of Jamstack Radio, Brian speaks with Jake Lumetta of ButterCMS. This conversation explores the latest insights around headless CMS including API-first CMS, CMS-first principles, and the experience of moving from a traditional CMS to a headless CMS. This talk also contains general advice on bootstrapping startups, fundraising, and imp…
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In episode 117 of Jamstack Radio, Brian is joined by Amanda Giannelli of Okta. This talk focuses on the full-stack web framework RedwoodJS, how it helped Amanda learn JavaScript, and her experience as a core team member and contributor. Other themes includes insights on getting started with open source and engaging with developer communities. The p…
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In episode 116 of Jamstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Justin Dorfman of Sourcegraph. They explore the importance of supply chain security, tips for nurturing open source communities, Justin’s experience shifting from Slack to Discord, and insights on how the pandemic changed developer relations. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 115 of Jamstack Radio, Brian Douglas chats with Zach Lloyd of Warp. This talk explores tools and practices for making the terminal more collaborative, including themes on improving developer experience and prioritizing performance and speed when choosing a tech stack. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 114 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Rob Dickinson of Resurface. This conversation explores API security in depth, including insights on vulnerability scanning, data collection, observability, runtime security, and perimeter security. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 112 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Josh Koenig and Steve Persch of Pantheon. This conversation explores WebOps, CMSes, the evolution of front end frameworks, insights on choosing the right tools and services, and Pantheon’s roadmap. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 110 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Kim Shin, founder of Eraser. They discuss the importance of collaborative tools for engineering teams and how they’ve evolved to accommodate remote teams. Other topics explored include FinTech, real-time collaboration, improving team communication, and integrating Eraser into developers’ workflow…
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In episode 108 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Dante Lex of Onboardbase. Together, they discuss environment variables and the tools and practices used to secure them. This conversation includes lessons on infrastructure tools, observability, secret encryption, and remote hiring. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 107 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Christopher Burns, CEO of Everfund. This conversation examines the intersection of nonprofits and technology, insights on no-code solutions nonprofits can use for interacting with donors, and lessons on building a headless SDK. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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In episode 106 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Anthony Campolo, a Developer Advocate at QuickNode. This conversation explores blockchain infrastructure and tooling, including built-in governance mechanisms, NFTs, dApps, and cryptography. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 105 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with DeVaris Brown and Ali Hamidi of Meroxa. They discuss the future of real-time data, the pain points in the connector ecosystem, developing skills through open source projects, and their personal experiences growing their team during the COVID-19 pandemic. The post appeared first on Heavybit…
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Quick show notes Our Guest: Facundo Giuliani (Twitter) What he'd like for you to see: His musical Jam: The Meters Transcript Bryan Robinson 0:15 Welcome back to yet another episode of That's My Jamstack, the podcast where we ask the ever important question, what is your jam in the Jamstack? I'm your host, Bryan Robinson. And this week we had the am…
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In episode 101 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Feross Aboukhadijeh of Socket. Together they unpack what software teams can do to increase awareness of supply chain vulnerabilities, as well as good habits and tools for keeping npm packages properly updated. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 100 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Ramón Huidobro of Suborbital. This talk explores the DevRel role, offers actionable tactics for building confidence as an open source contributor, and spotlights the importance of inclusivity in tech. The post appeared first on Heavybit.Oleh Heavybit
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In episode 99 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with Sebastian Rindom and Nicklas Gellner, co-founders of Medusa. Their conversation focuses heavily on Medusa, an open source headless commerce engine, and its use cases, as well as a holistic perspective on e-commerce stacks. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
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