Posts Archive

All posts

  1. Tamas Piros on education and the "A" in the JAMstack

    In today's episode, we're talking to a Cloudinary developer evangelist and awesome technical trainer, who just started jamstack.training Tamas Piros

  2. Brian Rinaldi on proving the benefits of JAMstack, content editing and more

    On this week's episode, we sit down with Brian Rinaldi, a developer advocate for Stackbit.

  3. James Quick on ejecting from Wordpress, Gatsby, Netlify and more

    Today I'm joined by someone I've had the pleasure of knowing for a few years now he's a developer at FedEx, a technology speaker and educator. The one the only James Quick. Hi, James. Thanks for thanks for joining us on the podcast today.

  4. Gift Egwuenu on Gridsome, Netlify, Serverless and more

    This week's episode, we have one of the Co-organizers of ConcatenateConf, and JAMstack Lagos, the wonderful Gift Egwuenu.

  5. Brittney Ball on Gatsby, building and using learning resources and more

    This week after the short hiatus, we're back talking with an amazing self taught software engineer from Charlotte, North Carolina -- The awesome Brittney Ball!

  6. Phil Hawksworth on "static first," the future of the JAMstack and much more

    Today I'm joined by the ever amazing Phil Hawksworth. Phil is a member of the absolutely incredible developer experience team at a little JAMstack company called Netlify.

  7. Andrew Sprouse on specialized services, amazing APIs and a welcoming community

    In today's episode, I’m joined by Andrew Sprouse. Andrew is a cofounder and CTO of the amazing JAMstack company TakeShape.

  8. Laurie Barth on Gatsby, Lambda Functions, experimenting and more

    In today's episode, we're speaking with the amazing software engineer, blogger and educator Laurie Barth!

  9. Raymond Camden on the history of Static, hosting, side projects and more!

    Today we've got the pleasure of chatting with a developer advocate who specializes, according to his website, on JavaScript serverless and enterprise cat demos, I'm talking, of course, about the amazing Raymond Camden.

  10. Andy Bell on 11ty, static sites, progressive enhancement and more

    Today we have an awesome guest. He's a web designer and developer. You may know him from his CSS newsletter, Piccalilli, his awesome 11ty the starter theme Hylia, his friendly browser checker, mybrowser. FYI, or just his amazing hot takes on Twitter. Let's go ahead and welcome to the show Andy Bell.

  11. Welcome to That's My JAM...stack!

    Hello World, my name is Bryan Robinson and I love love, love the JAMstack. I've always enjoyed working on static sites, quick for users, they're quick to build. And as it turns out, they're not that static anymore. I'm on a quest to find more gems, hackers, and they get their stories. That's why I've created That's My JAM...stack. This podcast is all about the passions of the tech community