We were joined by developer, professional Yorkshireman and friend of the show Andy Bell. We talked about the problem of gate keeping in the web industry the tendency to deploy dogmatic or arbitrary standards to keep people out.
01 July 2018
This episode we talk about being overwhelmed, out of our depth or burned-out. It's something most developers suffer with at some point. We try and identify what some of the causes of pressure are and what we can do to stay sane.
18 May 2018
Service workers are here and they can add lots of interesting and useful functionality to the web. We talked to Clearleft co-founder, author, speaker and slide bouzouki player Jeremy Keith about what service workers are, what they can do and his recently released book, Going Offline.
02 May 2018
It’s been 5 months since our last episode. In that time I’ve become a father (woah) and Mark has become really popular on Instagram. So it’s a sort of catch-up episode, and a moan at each other about Apple, Microsoft, CPU’s and Adobe and software named after disasters.
23 January 2018
For our 50th anniversary, we skip right to the music with a Jukebox special. Ben and I talk about our favourite and not so favourite tracks on the Relative Paths Alt Playlist, and the regular Relative Paths Playlist, we even cull a few. We also talked about some of our favourite bands, albums, gigs and that sort of thing
16 January 2018
We discussed what web developers can do to ensure website security, with WordPress Platform Lead and Developer Advocate for 34SP.com, Tim Nash.
23 May 2017
In this week's episode, we talk about the Progressive Enhancement approach to web design and development with Aaron Gustafson.
17 April 2017
We spoke to Chris Coyier about dogmatism in the web industry. We talked about why it happens, what we can to do be less dogmatic ourselves and how to deal with dogmatic people and their bombastic opinions.
24 March 2017
This week we talk CSS Grid with the amazing and great Rachel Andrew, who has been leading the charge with grid for a while now. We talked about the origin of Grid, what we'll be able to do with it and when it's going to be ready to use (sooner that we realised). We also talked about how she got started as a developer, her work with the W3C CSS Working Group, and of course Perch CMS.
02 March 2017
This week we tackle the often thorny subject of SEO, with local dev and friend of the show Elliott Richmond. We intended this to be a bit of a potted guide to SEO, but we think it ended up being a far more interesting discussion.
10 February 2017