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Do You Have a Web App Running in Production? Become a Guest on My New Podcast / Interview Site

nickjj profile image Nick Janetakis ・2 min read

I recently started a new podcast / interview site to talk to other developers about how they've built and run their web apps in production. The goal here is to be able to see how others are building and deploying their apps so you can apply some tips back to your own projects.

The site is live at https://runninginproduction.com.

It's a place where you can talk all about your tech stack in detail and anyone is welcome to become either a guest on the podcast (audio only) or do an email based interview (text).

If you have a small or large web app running in production I'd love to hear your story. It's not restricted to a specific web framework either. So if you're using Flask, Phoenix, Rails, Node, Django, Laravel, Go, etc. it's all good.

If you want to share your story on the site please fill out one of the below short forms:

Or if you want to know a little bit more about why I started the site and what the process looks like to become a guest, here's a video:

By the way, the TL;DR on me is I've been consistently blogging about web development topics for ~5 years on my site and over a year on dev.to. This is something I'm in for the long haul.

This is very much a community driven site since it depends on guests and folks to share their stories. So if you want to talk shop about one of your projects and have it listed there please fill out one of the above forms. Each story will be shared to tens of thousands of people.

Posted on Oct 6 '19 by:

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Nick Janetakis


I'm a full stack web developer who has been freelancing for the last 20 years. I write about everything from development to production and also have video courses on my site!


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Super cool Nick! Looking forward to hearing some episodes πŸ‘


Thanks. It comes down to the community wanting to share their stories at this point.

There's 1 podcast episode and 1 interview up on the site currently and a few are in the pipeline.


I'm working on a side project partially deployed to Heroku, I'd love to be your guest. Do weekends work for you? To do a podcast?



Yeah it depends on the exact time but it should work. You should fill out the form and we'll go from there.