Full Stack Radio

by Adam Wathan

A podcast for developers interested in building great software products. Every episode, Adam Wathan is joined by a guest to talk about everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.

86 Episodes

6: Chris Fidao - Servers for Hackers

In this episode, Adam talks with Chris Fidao of Userscape. They talk about things every web developer should know about server administration, platform-as-a-service vs. self-hosting, Ansible, Docker, and more.

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5 January 2015 • 42 minutes

5: Ryan Singer - Jobs-to-be-Done and Product Design

In this episode, Adam talks with Ryan Singer of Basecamp about Jobs-to-be-Done thinking, UX, and product design.

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19 December 2014 • 46 minutes

4: Alex Bilbie - OAuth 2 and API Security

In this episode, Adam gets super technical with Alex Bilbie about the OAuth 2 specification. They talk about the different grant types and what they're each appropriate for, as well as discuss some potential API security strategies for one of Adam's personal projects.

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8 December 2014 • 56 minutes

3: Matt Machuga - Ruby, PHP, object oriented design, testing and other crap

In this episode, Adam talks with Matt Machuga of Think Through Math about being a Rubyist who still writes PHP and the differences between writing PHP like a Rubyist vs. writing PHP like a Java developer. They also talk about common struggles when learning new things, and trying to remain pragmatic...

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17 November 2014 • 1 hour, 2 minutes

2: Eric Barnes - Wardrobe, Javascript and Writing

In this episode, Adam talks with Eric Barnes of Userscape about rebuilding WardrobeCMS, trends in Javascript development, and building an audience.

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3 November 2014 • 39 minutes

1: Matt Stauffer - CSS Semantics

In our very first episode, Adam talks with Matt Stauffer of Tighten Co about OOCSS, BEM, SMACSS, preprocessors, common architecture pitfalls, and CSS semantics.

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18 October 2014 • 48 minutes