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The Word-Break Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Jon Bellah and Trevan Hetzel about all things front-end design & development.

Latest Episodes

Episode 13 with Derick Bailey

We’re back! This time with Derick Bailey to talk about all sorts of JavaScript goodness. Derick is an entrepreneur, problem solver, software developer, screencaster, writer, blogger, speaker and technology leader in central Texas (north of Austin). He runs WatchMeCode.net where he throws down the JavaScript gauntlets to get you up to speed. He has been a professional software developer since the late 90’s, and has been writing code since the late 80’s. ShowLinks Derick’s website WatchMeCode.net Derick’s email courses Derick’s RabbitMQ ebook SignalLeaf (Perviously Derick’s podcast audio hosting platform) Trevan’s new WP stack: Timber, Twig.js, Backbone Airbnb’s article on isomorphic JavaScript WP REST API WP REST API merge proposal Trevan’s blog redesign repo Paper app Do ES6 Arrow Functions Really Solve “this” In JavaScript? Babel Radium Watch Star Wars in Terminal: telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl A Google Analytics Dashboard for Front-End Developers

59 MIN2015 OCT 9
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Episode 13 with Derick Bailey

Episode 12

Jon and Trevan catch up and talk about the cool things they’ve been developing and technology they’ve been using lately. ShowLinks The new faster Flywheel home page Web Accessibility Checklist CSS Testing with Phantom WordCamp Minneapolis Google Tag Manager

-1 s2015 APR 18
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Episode 12

Episode 11 with Joel Glovier

Joel Glovier joins Trevan and Jon this week to talk about his experiences at GitHub, side projects and front-end. Joel is a designer and front-end developer at GitHub. He also makes t-shirts for developers at devtees.com, and contributes to open source projects like Jekyll and HospitalRun. He’s got 3 kids and hails from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania where he works remotely. In his little spare time he enjoys DJing, snowboarding, and making trouble. ShowLinks Joel’s website @jglovier GitHub Dev Tees (use code wordbreakshow for 10% off) HospitalRun GitHub’s way of deploying: HUBOT! Lanyrd.com/calls Rebecca Murphey – Writing Conference Proposals speaking.io

61 MIN2015 FEB 19
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Episode 11 with Joel Glovier

Episode 10 where we answer Reddit questions

Jon and Trevan answer questions from Reddit! ShowLinks Reddit thread WAI-ARIA roles Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Tenon.io Solve this pen! Make it work in IE10 and we’ll give you a shoutout or something David Walsh’s CSS Flip Animation article Front-end Job Interview Questions Why Brad Frost is not a JavaScript developer Storyland Studios site Witness Gotham site Airbnb’s Isomorphic JavaScript article Oakley’s Moto site Imitation truly is the sincerest form of flattery

60 MIN2015 FEB 6
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Episode 10 where we answer Reddit questions

Episode 09 with Rachel Baker

With us this week, we have Rachel Baker. Rachel is a web developer living in Chicago, IL. She is a WordPress core contributor and project lead on the WPI API project. Rachel is currently a Senior Web Engineer at 10up, where she creates and grows amazing web experiences with WordPress. ShowLinks Rachel’s Blog WP API Firebase

56 MIN2015 JAN 29
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Episode 09 with Rachel Baker

Episode 08 with Ben Frain

With us this week, we have Ben Frain. Ben is a Senior Front-end Developer at bet365.com, an occasional freelancer, and author of both Responsive web design with HTML5 and CSS3 and Sass and Compass for Designers; Ben hails from Cheshire, England. Show Links Ben’s Blog Ben on Twitter CSSTriggers Enduring CSS: writing style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived projects CSS performance revisited: selectors, bloat and expensive styles Be a better front-end developer: the way of pragmatic coding Meteor JS Penthouse – Critical CSS Generator

54 MIN2015 JAN 22
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Episode 08 with Ben Frain

Episode 07 on the Word-Break Redesign

A lot of WordPress talk this week! Jon and Trevan chat about the Word-Break redesign, building WordPress themes, using the JSON REST API with front-end frameworks on WordPress, personal style guides and more. Show Links J.D. Reeves Jon’s new Origin starter theme Seriously Simple Podcasting Shop Talk Show Special: One on One with a Hacker Flywheel WP REST API project WP API plugin

56 MIN2015 JAN 15
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Episode 07 on the Word-Break Redesign

Episode 06 on Front-End Performance

This week, Jon and Trevan sit downto talk all aboutfront-end web performance. Show Links Pingdom PageSpeed Insights How to Make a Performance Budget The Performance Golden Rule Different CSS Techniques and Their Performance Grunt Critical CSS

53 MIN2015 JAN 8
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Episode 06 on Front-End Performance

Episode 05 with Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu

With us this week, we have Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu to talk all about WordPress (and WordPress business). Together they run WP Site Care (of which Ryan is the Founder), Flagship WP (where they’re both Co-Founders), and they also organize the new developer-centric WordPress conference, LoopConf. Show Links WP Site Care Flagship LoopConf Hybrid Core Compass Starter Theme Leveling Up on WordPress Accessibility Do You Really Want to Start a WordPress Support Company?

59 MIN2014 DEC 11
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Episode 05 with Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu

Episode 04 with Mina Markham

With us this week, we have Mina Markham. She is a front-end developer at Parago, where she helps build applications for corporate clients and their consumers. She is one of the chapter leaders for Girl Develop It DFW and she travels all over the country talking Sass and kicking ass. You can find her blog at mina.is. Show Links Mina’s Blog Girl Develop It DFW SMACSS Snap SVG Bootstrap Bourbon Susy

42 MIN2014 DEC 4
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Episode 04 with Mina Markham
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Latest Episodes

Episode 13 with Derick Bailey

We’re back! This time with Derick Bailey to talk about all sorts of JavaScript goodness. Derick is an entrepreneur, problem solver, software developer, screencaster, writer, blogger, speaker and technology leader in central Texas (north of Austin). He runs WatchMeCode.net where he throws down the JavaScript gauntlets to get you up to speed. He has been a professional software developer since the late 90’s, and has been writing code since the late 80’s. ShowLinks Derick’s website WatchMeCode.net Derick’s email courses Derick’s RabbitMQ ebook SignalLeaf (Perviously Derick’s podcast audio hosting platform) Trevan’s new WP stack: Timber, Twig.js, Backbone Airbnb’s article on isomorphic JavaScript WP REST API WP REST API merge proposal Trevan’s blog redesign repo Paper app Do ES6 Arrow Functions Really Solve “this” In JavaScript? Babel Radium Watch Star Wars in Terminal: telnet towel.blinkenlights.nl A Google Analytics Dashboard for Front-End Developers

59 MIN2015 OCT 9
Comments
Episode 13 with Derick Bailey

Episode 12

Jon and Trevan catch up and talk about the cool things they’ve been developing and technology they’ve been using lately. ShowLinks The new faster Flywheel home page Web Accessibility Checklist CSS Testing with Phantom WordCamp Minneapolis Google Tag Manager

-1 s2015 APR 18
Comments
Episode 12

Episode 11 with Joel Glovier

Joel Glovier joins Trevan and Jon this week to talk about his experiences at GitHub, side projects and front-end. Joel is a designer and front-end developer at GitHub. He also makes t-shirts for developers at devtees.com, and contributes to open source projects like Jekyll and HospitalRun. He’s got 3 kids and hails from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania where he works remotely. In his little spare time he enjoys DJing, snowboarding, and making trouble. ShowLinks Joel’s website @jglovier GitHub Dev Tees (use code wordbreakshow for 10% off) HospitalRun GitHub’s way of deploying: HUBOT! Lanyrd.com/calls Rebecca Murphey – Writing Conference Proposals speaking.io

61 MIN2015 FEB 19
Comments
Episode 11 with Joel Glovier

Episode 10 where we answer Reddit questions

Jon and Trevan answer questions from Reddit! ShowLinks Reddit thread WAI-ARIA roles Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Tenon.io Solve this pen! Make it work in IE10 and we’ll give you a shoutout or something David Walsh’s CSS Flip Animation article Front-end Job Interview Questions Why Brad Frost is not a JavaScript developer Storyland Studios site Witness Gotham site Airbnb’s Isomorphic JavaScript article Oakley’s Moto site Imitation truly is the sincerest form of flattery

60 MIN2015 FEB 6
Comments
Episode 10 where we answer Reddit questions

Episode 09 with Rachel Baker

With us this week, we have Rachel Baker. Rachel is a web developer living in Chicago, IL. She is a WordPress core contributor and project lead on the WPI API project. Rachel is currently a Senior Web Engineer at 10up, where she creates and grows amazing web experiences with WordPress. ShowLinks Rachel’s Blog WP API Firebase

56 MIN2015 JAN 29
Comments
Episode 09 with Rachel Baker

Episode 08 with Ben Frain

With us this week, we have Ben Frain. Ben is a Senior Front-end Developer at bet365.com, an occasional freelancer, and author of both Responsive web design with HTML5 and CSS3 and Sass and Compass for Designers; Ben hails from Cheshire, England. Show Links Ben’s Blog Ben on Twitter CSSTriggers Enduring CSS: writing style sheets for rapidly changing, long-lived projects CSS performance revisited: selectors, bloat and expensive styles Be a better front-end developer: the way of pragmatic coding Meteor JS Penthouse – Critical CSS Generator

54 MIN2015 JAN 22
Comments
Episode 08 with Ben Frain

Episode 07 on the Word-Break Redesign

A lot of WordPress talk this week! Jon and Trevan chat about the Word-Break redesign, building WordPress themes, using the JSON REST API with front-end frameworks on WordPress, personal style guides and more. Show Links J.D. Reeves Jon’s new Origin starter theme Seriously Simple Podcasting Shop Talk Show Special: One on One with a Hacker Flywheel WP REST API project WP API plugin

56 MIN2015 JAN 15
Comments
Episode 07 on the Word-Break Redesign

Episode 06 on Front-End Performance

This week, Jon and Trevan sit downto talk all aboutfront-end web performance. Show Links Pingdom PageSpeed Insights How to Make a Performance Budget The Performance Golden Rule Different CSS Techniques and Their Performance Grunt Critical CSS

53 MIN2015 JAN 8
Comments
Episode 06 on Front-End Performance

Episode 05 with Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu

With us this week, we have Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu to talk all about WordPress (and WordPress business). Together they run WP Site Care (of which Ryan is the Founder), Flagship WP (where they’re both Co-Founders), and they also organize the new developer-centric WordPress conference, LoopConf. Show Links WP Site Care Flagship LoopConf Hybrid Core Compass Starter Theme Leveling Up on WordPress Accessibility Do You Really Want to Start a WordPress Support Company?

59 MIN2014 DEC 11
Comments
Episode 05 with Ryan Sullivan and Rob Neu

Episode 04 with Mina Markham

With us this week, we have Mina Markham. She is a front-end developer at Parago, where she helps build applications for corporate clients and their consumers. She is one of the chapter leaders for Girl Develop It DFW and she travels all over the country talking Sass and kicking ass. You can find her blog at mina.is. Show Links Mina’s Blog Girl Develop It DFW SMACSS Snap SVG Bootstrap Bourbon Susy

42 MIN2014 DEC 4
Comments
Episode 04 with Mina Markham
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