We're kicking off a new decade by going back in time time to 1999, just 10 years after the birth of the internet.
Our guest today is Lee Byron.
He takes us on a tour of the early web and personal home pages.
And connects the dots between PHP and technologies like React and GraphQL.
His work — inside Facebook during a critical pivot to mobile — provides a unique vantage point on the progress of web technologies over the past 20 years.
JS and React
- Let's Program Like It's 1999 | Lee Byron — from React Conf 2019
- Links (web browser)) on Wikipedia
- PHP on Wikipedia
- LAMP stack) on Wikipedia
- Tim Berners-Lee on w3.org
- 30 years on, what’s next #ForTheWeb? on webfoundatios.org
- Internet: A First Discovery Book Hoodie
- Vaporwave on Wikipedia
- Source-to-source compiler on Wikipedia
- Tom Occhino and Jordan Walke: JS Apps at Facebook — React and JSX's public announcement at JSConf US 2013
- Pete Hunt: React: Rethinking best practices — defending JSX at JSConf EU
- GraphQL: The Documentary — by Honeypot on YouTube
- honeypot.originals on YouTube
- 64: Chris Toomey on TypeScript, GraphQL, and Product Thinking — on React Podcast
- Robinhood — commission-free investing
- Robinhood careers
- GraphQL Foundation
- The Linux Foundation — Supporting Open Source Ecosystems
- GraphQL org on Github