Fred Schott joins Henry to have a discussion around the topic of breaking changes in programming. We chat about Snowpack and Babel's major versions, different vision means a new name (Rome), semver, RFCs, BDFLs, breaking changes as bug fixes, forking, and more! (recorded in April)
Jason Miller and Henry Zhu talk through a high level philosophy of transpilers, Babel's core mental model as the democratization of programming language design, and all nuances of the relationship between developers, TC39, browsers, tools. Let's look at the future of Babel.. through the future of preset-env with the newly released @babel/preset-modules started by Jason
Henry chats with Sebastian McKenzie, the creator of Babel, on it's beginnings, what he's learned both technically and personally, and what this Rome thing is all about.