In episode 87 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Tanmai Gopal of Hasura. They explore the variables that come with running multiple databases including new security risks, authorization considerations, and problems around caching.
In episode 86 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by James Q Quick of Auth0. They explore the boundaries developer advocates must establish as both personal and professional content creators, as well as insights on preparing for a career in DevRel.
In episode 85 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Jaxon Repp of HarperDB. They discuss Jaxon’s enterprise software career journey, how users are leveraging HarperDB, comprehensive data planes, and fault tolerant networking.
In episode 84 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Harrison Hines of Fleek. They unpack The Open Web, insights from Harrison’s experience in the Ethereum and DeFi space, as well as Web3 technologies and protocols.
In episode 83 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Stefan Judis and Paul Biggs. They discuss tools and practices for managing online content, insights around live coding, and tips for managing and selling domains.
In episode 82 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Max Andaker and Jason Thomas of CoScreen. Together they explore advanced screen sharing, how it has enabled new, more efficient workflows, and getting started with tools like CoScreen.
In episode 81 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Matt Hanley of Ghost. They discuss the many ways content creation has ramped up in recent years, taking a particularly close look at newsletters and their steady growth in popularity.
In episode 80 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Alex Trost of Prismic. They discuss the growing prevalence of headless CMSes, tips for building out developer experience teams, expressing appreciation for educators, and getting started with Prismic.
In episode 79 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Mike Cavaliere of Echobind. They discuss how Echobind leverages Jamstack tools for client projects, the importance of evaluating the tools in your stack, and Mike’s book Cut Into The Jamstack.