The Final Chapter

Six years ago, in May 2012, I launched the Let’s Code JavaScript kickstarter campaign. Since then, I've published 686 episodes:

That’s two or three episodes a week for the past six years. Thousands of subscribers. Uncountable episode views and downloads. I’ve never missed a publication date. And now… it’s time for me to move on.

Episode 610, to be released on April 11th, will be our final episode.

Update: I ended up producing a full wrap-up chapter. Episode 614 is the final episode and it will be released April 23rd.

Although I won’t be releasing any new videos after April 11th, the site will stay up. There’s over 170 hours of content here, so there’s a good chance you haven’t seen it all. Stick around as long as you like. JavaScript tooling changes all the time, but the show’s mindset and approach to development is timeless.

As for me, I’m focusing on the Agile Fluency™ Project with Diana Larsen (famous for Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great). There are a lot of different ways of doing agile development. We’d like companies to adopt approaches that truly work for them—not just what’s easy or common. You can learn more about approach in our Agile Fluency Model article on Martin Fowler’s site.

Thanks for joining me on this journey! It’s been an amazing six years. Thank you for all the comments, views, and emails. If you see me at a conference or other Agile event, come say hi.

You can start watching our final chapter here.

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