Recent Episodes of ShopTalk Show

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There is a super cool new Podcast block for WordPress Gutenberg you use Jetpack (released in 8.5). I wanted to try it out, so below you’ll see recent episodes from ShopTalk Show. I’d tell you all about the recent episodes, except then this blog post wouldn’t age very well, because the point of this blog is showing recent episodes, not specific episodes, so it will change as we publish new shows.

Here they are:

583: Language Models, AI, and Digital Gardens with Maggie Appleton ShopTalk

  1. 583: Language Models, AI, and Digital Gardens with Maggie Appleton
  2. 582: Lifetime Plan, Pricing #HotDrama, and CSS Resets
  3. 581: DevRel, Musical Mics, Social Sharing, and 100 Years of WordPress
  4. 580: Chen Hui Jing and the State of CSS Survey for 2023
  5. 579: One Day Builds, Spicy Slugs, and What Next for CSS?
  6. 578: Customer Support, P3 Color, Dave on Productivity, and Mobile vs Desktop
  7. 577: Shawn Wang on AI
  8. 576: Blocks, Components, Linting Images, Engines, and “Web Integrity”

And if I wanted to show off recent episodes of JS Party, with different colors, I could do that too:

Type War (what is it good for?) JS Party: JavaScript, CSS, Web Development

Love it or hate it, TypeScript is here to stay for the foreseeable future. But, what happens when widely adopted packages go completely Type free or remove TypeScript in favor of JS with type annotations? Join us to unpack these recent events with Rich Harris, creator of Svelte, as he walks us through the nuanced decision his team made for the Svelte project, and ofc, lots of laughs along the way.
  1. Type War (what is it good for?)
  2. A view to a transitions API
  3. Modernizing packages to ESM
  4. Ten years of TypeScript bliss
  5. Refined thinking

I love that I get useful little features like for literally doing nothing. Big fan of Jetpack for that reason.