Chris and Marie are on to talk about when stuff breaks at CodePen. We chat about how things break, how we handle communication while things are broken, and what we learn about our product (and ourselves) when something isn't working like it should.
Show Description Klare and Marie discuss the new high contrast syntax highlighter theme added to CodePen - designed by Klare! Time Jumps 00:42 New syntax highligher themes 01:38 Why did we make a new theme? 04:45 Testing with light themes enabled 05:25 Dark vs Light 08:48 Sponsor: WordPress.com 10:17 Adapting theme to VS Code 14:47 […]
Show Description Tim and Marie talk about CodePen's decision to switch away from Solr and start using ElasticSearch to power CodePen's search. Time Jumps 01:29 What did we used to use? 08:25 Hosting in the cloud 18:05 What was the switching process like? 21:22 Pitfalls and tips from our experience 24:32 JDBC Sponsor 15:02 Sponsor: […]
We've got a small feature update to talk about that's a big deal to some folks: private by default. For some people & teams, having everything private by default on CodePen is critical to their work. Chris & Marie talk about how we added this option and the steps we took to validate and notify users about the feature.
Cassidy and Marie are talking vulnerability: at work, in software, and IN work ON software. What does vulnerability in work look like? And how putting yourself out there can be a great way to help you grow.
Cassidy and Marie are here to chat about livestreaming for developers. We get into how we've used live streaming to learn and share in the past and how CodePen is planning to use live streaming in the future on our new Twitch channel.
Our topic for this episode is Topics — a new feature on CodePen. Stephen, Klare, Cassidy, and Marie are on to talk about what Topics are, the design approach, how we built the feature, and how you can suggest new Topics.
Our podcast engineer, Chris Enns, chats with Marie about what's changed in podcasting over the last year, how CodePen evalutes the success of their podcast, and offer up some podcast suggestions for listeners.
Team CodePen's very own Stephen Shaw is also the creator of Splitting.js! Marie talks with Stephen about what Splitting.js is, what it's for, how he got the word out about his project, and his advice for anyone thinking of putting together an open-source library.
Chris and Marie talk to CodePen community treasure Chris Gannon about how he uses CodePen with clients, how practicing on CodePen makes him better at his craft, and the various tools he's used to do his work over the years.
We hit a milestone with our newsletter, The Spark: 100 issues! Marie and Chris are on to talk about the history of The Spark and how we put it together, plus share a couple of tips for how to get your work into The Spark.
We've been trying a rotating support schedule at CodePen to involve other members of the CodePen team with support. Marie, Cassidy, and Chris are here to talk about why we're doing it, and how it's going so far.
Chris, Alex, and Marie are here to talk about how we've started testing with Cypress. We talk about the kind of testing we do at CodePen, where the need for it came from, and what our experience has been like using Cypress so far.
Introducing the newest member of Team CodePen, Cassidy Williams! Marie and Alex talk to Cassidy about her first week at CodePen and her past before CodePen, including her amazing mechanical keyboard project.
Chris and Marie talk about dropping support for a browser version and how it sucks to let people down. But they also talk about how CodePen handles it, and cover what the browser usage stats are at CodePen.
If you've ever wondered which code editor or typeface the folks behind CodePen use, this is the episode for you! Marie interviews the CodePen team about their preferences for coding, typeface, music, and their take on tabs vs. spaces.
What if your business model included promoting someone else's business? It's advertising-ish, sponsorship, and patronage. How does CodePen decide who to work with? Chris and Marie are here to take you behind the CodePen curtain of sponsorship.
We're going all the way back to Episode One to celebrate 4 years and 160+ episodes of CodePen Radio! Hear what the founders Chris, Alex, and Tim had in mind for the future of CodePen and this podcast in the debut episode from February 2014.
Alex is on the show to talk about the recent update to a PRO feature of CodePen: Collab Mode. Marie talks with him about the history behind collab mode, what's changed, and what he learned while updating this feature of CodePen. Time Jumps 0:40 What is collab mode? 1:50 What's the history of CodePen's collab […]
Show Description We've recently changed what we're using for our internal documentation and notes, and in the process we had a chance to clean up and organize it in a way that makes way more sense. Show Links Notion Gitlab CodePen Support CodePen Pro CodePen Meetups CodePen on Twitter CodePen on Facebook CodePen on Flickr […]