• 2017

    We're back!
  • Sep 9, 2017

    18

    Brent Bevolo

    Drink: Whiskey Smash

    Topics: State of JavaScript. On being self-taght. Teaching Messi how to Code.

  • 2016

    We have some pretty badass guests coming up. See you on the air and happy drinking!
  • Sep 2, 2016

    17

    Jasmine Merchant & Robert Ouellette

    Drink: Cuba Libre, Maker's Mark

    Topics: Why so many people hate their managers. What is Agile? Jasmine vs. Karma. A comparison between an orchestra and a software engineering team. A case for and against lean teams. Being a woman in a male dominant industry. The 'three Ps' that will guarantee success in any industry.

  • Aug 19th, 2016

    16

    Mike Fisher

    Drink: Margarita

    Topics: Being a programmer and a DJ, recording with P.Diddy, touring with Tommy Lee and midget Cowboys. The cultural overlap between front-end developers and house music. Simulation Hypothesis. Artificial Super Intelligence.

  • May 20th, 2016

    15

    JR Palomar

    Drink: Laphroaig Scotch Whisky

    Topics: Why writing software and building UIs are not the same thing. The most important front-end skill nobody taught you. The biggest CSS mistakes and how to avoid CSS specificity wars.

  • April 29th, 2016

    14

    Chris 'Max' Mathers

    Drink: Absinthe Verte, Hakushu Japanese Whiskey, Caol Ila

    Topics: How to get rich writing CSS. Why Flexbox exists and why it rules. A case for CSS Tables. How not to be hated by JS developers and visuals designers. And the future of CSS.

  • March 25th, 2016

    13

    Evan Rose

    Drink: Old Fashioned

    Topics: Why React Native is awesome. Tips for Tech Interviewers. Why 3D printing is the future. How to find the time to learn. And an explanation for weird Alcohol bottle design.

  • January 29th, 2016

    12

    John K. Paul

    Drink: Champagne

    Topics: The Zen of Programming. What it takes to contribute to jQuery source code. How engineering managers can keep up with the ever changing technologies.

  • December 2015

    A big thank you to all the 2015 guests and to all the listeners for supporting The Drunk Web. We'll be back in 2016 with so much more. Happy Holidays and Cheers!
  • December 24th, 2015

    11

    Patrick Mowrer

    Drink: Cazerac

    Topics: The startup world. Code quality and standards vs. urgency and business needs. The problem with boilerplate and scaffolding tools. Thoughts on IKEA Swedish meatballs.

  • December 17th, 2015

    10

    Adam Parrish

    Drink: 2012 Bogle Phantom California Wine

    Topics: A guaranteed fix for the broken interview process. What it's like to start your own software company. How to make the world's greatest beet salad.

  • November 27th, 2015

    9

    Luke Lappin

    Drink: Moscow Mule

    Topics: Becoming a programmer in a family of artists, The cultural differences between backend and frontend developers.

  • November 13th, 2015

    8

    John Savarino

    Drink: Bengali Tiger Beer

    Topics: The only real concern with Angular, What it takes to become a programmer, What the hell is a 'brogrammer'.

  • November 6th, 2015

    7

    Oli Griffiths

    Drink: Gin & Tonic

    Topics: Why EmberJS is cool, How to write code that lives for a long time, Component Driven Development, How Facebook and React could change REST APIs.

  • October 29, 2015

    6

    Charles Fulnecky

    Drink: Mojito

    Topics: History of XSLT and AJAX, AngularJS vs. ReactJS, Where the web is headed, How the web is modularizing, How to best utilize the available web technologies and be a contributing member of the community.

  • October 22, 2015

    5

    Dana White

    Drink: Negroni

    Topics: Programming culture, how it's changed, and how programmers are becoming cooler.

  • October 09, 2015

    4

    Neil Bhay

    Drink: Cafe Patrón, Baileys

    Topics: How to be successful in the tech industry, How to identify your strong suit and use it to advance, What managers are looking for these days.

  • October 02, 2015

    3

    Heath Burr

    Drink: 1800 Reserva Añejo Tequila

    Topics: Entrepreneurship, Taking action towards goals, How engineers can be better at working and communicating with managers.

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    2

    Manny Balbin

  • September 18, 2015

    1

    James Wanga

    Drink: Old Fashioned - Eagle Rare bourbon

    Topics: What not to do when working in a large team, Transition from developer to engineer, JavaScript, TypeScript, AngularJS, ReactJS and more...

  • 2015

    The Drunk Web is born.
  • 1989

    Tim Berners-Lee invents the Web.
  • 250 BC

    Zakariyā Rāzī discovers the alcohol.
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