Script & Style Show: Episode 0: “Origins”

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Today was an incredibly important and proud day for me:  Todd Gardner of TrackJS and I debuted the Script and Style Show on YouTube.   This live show will serve as an awesome opportunity to discuss the current landscape of web development and will allow us to talk to industry-leading developers about their experiences.

Here is episode 0:

It's early days so please provide constructive feedback and let us know if you have requests, whether it be format changes, guest interviews, or anything else.

I couldn't be more excited for this new chapter.  Thank you for all of the support!

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