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- 01:26 Sponsor: LogRocket
- 02:15 Sponsor: Linode
- 03:51 How Wes sells stickers
- Syntax 346: Selling And Shipping T Shirts with TypeScript
- 04:27 Where the stickers are printed
- 06:30 How the stickers were designed
- 07:38 How do you ship them anywhere in the world for $5?
- 10:46 Packing the stickers
- 13:58 How did Wes sell the stickers?
- 16:51 Any concern about two people ordering at the same time?
- 17:13 One thing that did break
- 18:13 How the stickers were shipped
- Stallion Express
- 25:42 Costs for stickers
- 28:37 TypeScript sticker logo