44: How to Jumpstart Your Career - Kent C. Dodds

Kent C. Dodds has accomplished a lot in a short amount of time in his career. He's built a bunch of stuff, taught workshops, create egghead courses, and spoken internationally. We talked about some of the things he's learned along the way about how to jumpstart your career.

43: Side Project Marketing Checklist - Karl Hughes

You don't have a ton of time to devote to your side project. You can use this side project checklist to learn how to actually launch a product from start to finish.

42: Jake Lingwall - Author and Software Engineer

I talked with Jake about being an author and software engineer. He shares his journey of becoming an author and getting selected to have his first book published through the Kindle Scout program. And he talks about his new book, Vagrants.

41: CLIMagic - Mark Krenz

@climagic is a twitter account all about the command line. Mark talks about why he started the account, some interesting things he's done with it, why CLI is so great, why you should learn it, some history of the command line, and some useful commands.

40: Emotion - Kye Hohenberger

Kye Hohenberger is the creator of Emotion, a high performance, lightweight css-in-js library. He talks about the benefits of CSS-in-JS and of emotion in particular.

39: Gatsby - Kyle Mathews

Kyle Mathews is the creator of Gatsby, a blazing fast React static site generator. He talks about why he made Gatsby, why it's so fast, and why you should use it.

38: Storybook - Marie Laure Thuret

Storybook is an interactive development & testing environment for React and React-Native UI components. Marie explains why it's useful and how they use it at Algolia.

37: Open Source Licenses - Mike Linksvayer

Why should you care about licenses? Mike Linksvayer talks about free and open source licenses, some of the legal issues behind them, and why you should pay attention to them.

36: ES6 - Aaron Frost

Aaron Frost and I talk about ES6, a little bit of the history, some of our favorite features, and he explains the benefits of maps and sets.

35: Board Game Side Project - Out Last: Westbrooke

Nathan Thomson is a UX designer who just launched a zombie board game on Kickstarter. But it wasn't easy. He and his co-designer went through a 2 year process and a lot of hard work to get to where they are today.