The Entrepreneurial Coder Podcast

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Summary

Chris goes into detail on how he teaches people to be better JavaScript developers by focusing on vanilla JS and core concepts. He talks about his approach to building an audience and how showing up consistently has played a key role in his success. Chris covers his strategies for writing every day, building up an email list, and launching a product.

Show Notes

Chris's Bio

Chris Ferdinandi helps people learn vanilla JavaScript. He believes there’s a simpler, more resilient way to make things for the web.

Chris is the author of the Vanilla JS Pocket Guide series, creator of the Vanilla JS Academy training program, and host of the Vanilla JS Podcast. His developer tips newsletter is read by thousands of developers each weekday.

He’s taught developers at organizations like Chobani and the Boston Globe, and his JavaScript plugins have been used by Apple and Harvard Business School.

Chris loves pirates, puppies, and Pixar movies, and lives near horse farms in rural Massachusetts. He runs Go Make Things with Bailey Puppy, a lab-mix from Tennessee.

Chris's Links

Go Make Things
Vanilla JS Pocket Guide
Vanilla JS Academy
Chris's Twitter

What is The Entrepreneurial Coder Podcast?

An interview show where I talk to programmers, developers, and coders of all types who have gone into business for themselves. I find out the secrets to their success so you can make the move into an entrepreneurial pursuit yourself.