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The PushPull: Making the Web in Portland, Oregon

By Kristin Valentine & Joel Barker

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Making the web takes pride, humility, and skills. Front end developer Kristin Valentine and content expert Joel Barker gather experts in the variety of fields that touch our work making digital experiences. Recorded live with everyone in the same room, conversations are off the cuff and lively.

Customer Reviews

Unique point of view

This podcast and it's two hosts do an amazing job of creating valuable discussion, advice, best practices, and primo rants on the creative and web industry as a whole. I appreciate hearing their experiences as well as their gripes. I definitely recommend giving it a listen wether or not you are a web professional.

Fuel For Your Inner Web Geek

I found out about this Podcast as a fellow Portlander and web industry professional. If you are in the online service industry, I highly recommend tuning in from your desk for some workday inspiration and laughs. Great insight and chat around the issues we all face when creating online products.

Excellent podcast by people working in the trenches

Podcasts about web technology may be a dime a dozen, but I think this one is different. There are no sponsors. The hosts don't engage in mindless chit chat with each other. Guests don't feel like they have some promotional agenda or are giving their polite PowerPoint presentation.

Instead, it's a refreshingly honest discussion about messy and important topics. At the end, nothing seems to be wrapped up in a nice bow. And that's fine because there are no easy answers to hard questions.

Initially, I was a little turned off by the low tech-ness of the recordings. But after listening to a few episodes, I found myself wanting to be in that room and join in the fray.

The PushPull: Making the Web in Portland, Oregon
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  • Category: Tech News
  • Language: English

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