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2:27 - With 2020 around the corner, what are your wild predictions for the the future of web design and development?
8:44 - Are site builders going to replace us as web developers?
13:30 - What does the future look like for Syntax?
19:01 - What emerging tech advancements most excite you for the next 5-10 years?
23:27 - What is the future of web hosting? What should hosting companies do differently?
27:40 - Why do you set your base font size to 10px?
32:40 - If you could go back in time, what would you say to yourself?
36:29 - How do you make an iFrame go 100% high?
39:10 - What’s one thing you see developers stress out about for no reason?
44:46 - Do you feel overwhelmed with creating new content when there’s so much already out there?
48:42 - How do you stay sane with your naming conventions?
51:15 - If Gatsby is best for static websites and Next is best for apps, how does Create React App compare?
54:30 - How much is too much or too little magic in a framework or library?
58:11 - Does Kait ever get tired of you buying a bunch of stuff?
61:45 - What is your office setup?
64:01 - How long until we can use Suspense for data loading with libraries other than Relay?Links
- Digital Ocean
- Syntax016: Rems vs Ems
- Seth Godin
- Project Farm YouTube Channel
- Scott: React and Typescript
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