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The Go Make Things Podcast

Over the weekend, I migrated my Vanilla JS Podcast over to (and renamed it the Go Make Things Podcast).

If you’re new to the show, you can check out my latest episode on the elevator pitch for Web Components. A new episode comes out tomorrow.

The nice thing about this move is that podcast episodes now show up on my search page, too!

There are two things I haven’t migrated over yet, and I’d love to hear your feedback.

My Vanilla JS Pocket Guides are short, focused courses on topics like DOM manipulation or working with APIs. The Vanilla JS Toolkit used to include a reference section that documented various JavaScript methods and approaches, but I removed it when I migrated things over.

There was a lot of overlap between the reference section and my Guides, and now that MDN is so robust, both feel a bit unnecessary.

But what do you think? Should I bring back the reference section? Should I convert my guides into a free resource on my site (basically the same thing as the reference section, but grouped by task and topic)?

Send me an email and let me know!