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Q&A: Web3, TypeScript, New Frameworks, and More!

Recorded:
March 1, 2022
Released:
March 2, 2022
Modified:
March 2, 2022

In this episode Matt and Mike tackle some of your Twitter questions including topics such as Web2 versus Web3, when to learn TypeScript, how to tell when you should change your framework, and why influencers speak about new tech so much.

You can find the questions from this episode here.

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Show Notes

What is HTML All The Things

HTML All The Things is a web development podcast and discord community which was started by Matt and Mike, developers based in Ontario, Canada.

The podcast speaks to web development topics as well as running a small business, self-employment and time management. You can join them for both their successes and their struggles as they try to manage expanding their Web Development business without stretching themselves too thin.

What's This One About?

In this episode Matt and Mike tackle some of your Twitter questions including topics such as Web2 versus Web3, when to learn TypeScript, how to tell when you should change your framework, and why influencers speak about new tech so much.

Show Notes

Question 1

What do you think about web2 vs web3? How will the internet look like in the upcoming years? -- @csaba_kissi

Question 2

When do you decide to look closer at a new tech or framework? What is that going point? Community, solves a problem, been around more then 2 years, etc. -- @ChrisKeeneMA

Question 3

To TypeScript or not to TypeScript...And if so, should this be on the short list of things to learn towards the beginning of the dev journey or some time after? -- @j4w8n

Question 4

Why are some developers on twitter and on the web in general always talking about new technologies (Bulma CSS, Tailwind) when in fact the reality is that most companies (including the one where I'm an intern) use WordPress and jQuery? -- @techsavvyteachy

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