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Part 2 of our special series on Better Call Saul
Part 1 of our special series on Better Call Saul
Our second Coding Career space focused on a oneoff workshop we did covering essential Finance knowledge for Developers!
Marketing with memes and avoiding cringe
The Girl who Learned to Dance teaches us to dance with the algorithm. Discuss this episode: We want to hear from you! The Swyx Mixtape Listener Survey Fill o...
We hosted our first public Twitter Space on the last chapter of the Coding Career Handbook!
The GitLab CEO's new approach to OSS venture capital.
Users don't care if you're open source, so X but Open Source is a meme... or is it?
What it was like to work for Bill Gates and turn yesterday's Micro$oft into today's Microsoft
The chef of Chef dishes out spicy takes on open source.
The audio stream of my newest talk on Bun vs Deno.
Mike Yung, viral subway performer, sings The Righteous Brothers' Unchained Melody.
Realtime analytics for *everyone*.
How does Clickhouse do what it claims to do?
Clickhouse's CEO tells the story of one of the most compelling new database companies of recent times.
swyx, Justin, and Chris Sean talk DevRel and field questions from folks from AWS (Justin Garrison), Databricks (Micheal Benedict) and Elgato (Zack Hoherchak)!
We want your feedback!
I joined Eddie Hinkle's new podcast to talk about his origin story, starting in the finance industry and how feeling like just a code monkey in a system drew him to le...
A musicologist and a songwriter break down the Princess of Pop.
Translating the Deep philosophy from work to life.
How to slowly easy into Capture, Configure, Control.
Cal's system for planning life and getting more done with less persistent background anxiety.
Cal explains Deep Work in 15 minutes.
I joined the JS Party crew again to recap my Reactathon talk!
RIP to our Latina queen.
As a high school student, Lin-Manuel Miranda reveals more of himself than he realized while writing his first musical.
A rare look into the economics of a consulting business.
A fascinating and unusual story about coffee that you might use in future.
the a16z GP gives the party line on how Silicon Valley can meet Washington, and then Palmer Luckey gives his take living it
When people ask about how I got started, I send them to this podcast. Here is the audio, edited for ums.