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Calls with Kent C. Dodds.

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The goal of the Call Kent Podcast is to get my answers to your questions. You record your brief question (120 seconds or less) right from your browser. Then I listen to it later and give my response, and through the magic of technology (ffmpeg), our question and answer are stitched together and published to the podcast feed.

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Calls with Kent C. Dodds Season 3 — 50 episodes

23.Tips for creating a npm package (stack-supporting)
08:30
Keywords

npm, package, node

Description
In order to understand a little more about your process of creating and maintaining a npm package, three questions were asked, to know the stack used, what support for them normally and whether or not there is a template that you can share with more.
23.Tips for creating a npm package (stack-supporting)
08:30
Keywords

npm, package, node

Description
In order to understand a little more about your process of creating and maintaining a npm package, three questions were asked, to know the stack used, what support for them normally and whether or not there is a template that you can share with more.
23.Tips for creating a npm package (stack-supporting)
08:30
Keywords

npm, package, node

Description
In order to understand a little more about your process of creating and maintaining a npm package, three questions were asked, to know the stack used, what support for them normally and whether or not there is a template that you can share with more.
23.Tips for creating a npm package (stack-supporting)
08:30
Keywords

npm, package, node

Description
In order to understand a little more about your process of creating and maintaining a npm package, three questions were asked, to know the stack used, what support for them normally and whether or not there is a template that you can share with more.

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