PodRocket - A web development podcast from LogRocket

About the show

PodRocket covers everything you need to know about frontend web development on a weekly basis. Join LogRocket cofounder Ben Edelstein, the LogRocket engineering team, and more, as they interview experienced developers about all the libraries, frameworks, and tech industry issues they deal with every day.

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  • Warp with Zach Lloyd

    June 1st, 2022  |  Season 2  |  33 mins 55 secs

    Warp is a new high-performance terminal built entirely in Rust that makes you and your team more productive and the CLI easier to use. We talk to Zach Lloyd, creator of Warp about the speedy, Rust-based terminal. We talk about how Warp was reimagined from the ground up to work like a modern app, Zach's learnings from his work at Google and previous start-ups, and more!

  • Eleventy with Zach Leatherman

    May 31st, 2022  |  Season 2  |  27 mins 20 secs
    frontend development, javascript, ssg, web development

    We talk to Zach Leatherman, creator and maintainer of Eleventy, about Eleventy, what it was like to be acquired by Netlify, and how Eleventy reached 3 million downloads on npm.

  • JavaScript data infrastructure with Tejas Kumar

    May 27th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  46 mins 38 secs
    data infrastructure, frontend development, javascript, web development

    In this episode, we talk to Tejas Kumar about JavaScript data infrastructure, how it's changed, and what the next data infrastructure evolution looks like.

  • Node.js 18 with Beth Griggs

    May 26th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  40 mins 15 secs
    javascript, node.js, web development

    In this episode, we talk about the newest release of Node.js 18 with Beth Griggs, Senior Software Engineer at RedHat and Node.js TSC Member, what the new features are, how devs can contribute, and the future of Node.

  • Compiling and bundling JavaScript with Michele Riva

    May 25th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  29 mins 1 sec
    frontend development, javascript, web development

    We talk to Michele Riva, Senior Software Architect for Nearform, about his recent BeJS conference talk, "Compiling and bundling JavaScript," including why it's difficult and how to make it painless.

  • Okteto with Ramiro Berrelleza

    May 24th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  34 mins 47 secs
    cloud computing, developer experience, kubernetes

    We talk to Ramiro Berrelleza about Okteto, a platform to help software teams launch dev environments into the cloud, and about his recent talk about developer experience at the DevX conference.

  • Sanity with Simen Svale Skogsrud

    May 20th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  49 mins 26 secs
    headless cms, web development

    In this episode, we talk to Co-Founder and CTO of Sanity, Simen Svale Skogsrud, about how the CMS bridges the divide between data and traditional content.

  • DuckDB-Wasm with André Kohn

    May 18th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  41 mins 42 secs
    database, wasm, webassembly

    DuckDB-Wasm is an in-process analytical SQL database for the browser. It is powered by WebAssembly and has been tested with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Node.js. Creator, André Kohn, joins us to talk about DuckDB-Wasm, WebAssembly, and the future of databases.

  • Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe

    May 17th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  39 mins 46 secs
    nuxt, vue, web development

    With Nuxt 3 set to release its stable version in June, we talk to Daniel Roe, Nuxt core team member, about what Nuxt 3 has to offer, including the new server integration and developer experience improvements.

  • Appsmith with Arpit Mohan

    May 13th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  49 mins 8 secs
    javascript, open source, ui

    Appsmith is an open-source project created to put customizable app tools directly into developers’ hands. Arpit Mohan, CTO of Appsmith, joins us to talk about how he wants to help engineers accomplish more, how Appsmith is used daily by over 1,000 teams, the difficulty of managing microservices, and more.

  • Graphite with Tomas Reimers and Greg Foster

    May 11th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  36 mins 12 secs
    business, code review, developer experience, startup, web development

    Tomas Reimers and Greg Foster join us to talk about Graphite, an open-source CLI and a code review dashboard built for engineers who want to write and review smaller pull requests, stay unblocked, and ship faster. We talk about developer workflows, the pivot from Screenplay to Graphite, Graphite's recent Series A announcement, and more.

  • Gitpod with Chris Weichel

    May 10th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  38 mins 40 secs
    development environment, gitpod

    We talk to Gitpod CTO and host of the DevX Pod, Chris Weichel, about building Gitpod from the ground up, how Gitpod essentially turns READMEs into code, and the future of development environments.

  • Flipside Crypto with Angela Minster

    May 6th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  42 mins 49 secs
    blockchain, crypto, cryptocurrency

    Angela Minster, Data Scientist at Flipside Crypto, talks about creating the FCAS rating, how Flipside Crypto is providing historical blockchain data, and explains decentralized exchanges.

  • XState and Stately with Matt Pocock

    May 4th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  38 mins 50 secs
    javascript, typescript, web development

    We talk to Matt Pocock, XState core team and Stately dev advocate, about working at XState, quitting his job to work at Stately, and bringing TypeScript into the XState core.

  • RedwoodJS: Part 2 with Amanda Giannelli

    May 3rd, 2022  |  Season 2  |  26 mins 32 secs
    javascript, open source, redwoodjs

    Redwood is a fully integrated, end-to-end, production-ready, fully tested framework. We talk to Amanda Giannelli, Software Engineer at Auth0 and a member of the RedwoodJS core team, about Redwood V1 and more.

  • Vite and Vue with Matias Capeletto

    April 29th, 2022  |  Season 2  |  56 mins 9 secs
    vite, vue

    Vite core team member and Vue team member, Matias Capeletto (or Patak, as many know him), joins us on this episode of PodRocket. We cover the process of handling issues in GitHub, what is motivating developers to switch to Vite, how Vite grew so quickly, the Vue ecosystem, and more.