The podcast speaks to web development topics as well as running a small business, self-employment and time management. You can join them for both their successes and their struggles as they try to manage expanding their Web Development business without stretching themselves too thin.
4:15 - How would you define the ‘Modern Web’ today?
8:15 - Using too much tech to build really simple things.
17:35 - Is using frameworks a sign of a paradigm shift in the web?
How do modern trends affect accessibility on the web? (negatively and positively?)
24:00 - Do web components allow you to bring in accessibility to named html tags?
33:20 - When to jump into project-based learning?
45:15 - Where do you see the future of web development heading?
Picking the smallest tool for the job is a good mentality but it's sometimes not possible.
React is starting to take accessibility seriously.
Learner inertia is more important than the path you take. Whatever helps to keep learning, do that!
Documentation can make learning and using something easy if it's written well
Server-side rendering is making a resurgence in the form of multiple different frameworks. (next, nuxt, gatsby, gridsome, sveltekit)
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