Month: September 2017

iPS 216: HomePod Leaks and Firmware Spelunking

Panel: Gui Jaim Erica In today's episode, the iPhreaks discuss the firmware leak of the HomePod, and how this may tell us about what Apple is planning for the future. Gui and Erica speak about what the accidental leak of firmware tells us about new device features on the horizon. Gui talks about the new…

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FS 266: Reuven’s Launch Followup

Panel: Reuven L. Jonathan S. Phillip M. In this episode of the Freelancer’s Show, Reuven follows up on a previous episode, episode 257, about a launch on a product by Reuven. The team centers their discussion around ideas that were executed well, things that could have been done better, and next steps post-launch. Reuven gives…

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MRS 022: Allison McMillan

This week on My Ruby Story, Charles speaks with Allison McMillan. Allison is a software developer at Collective Idea, a software consulting company that solves real-world software problems. Allison is very excited about working on a number of projects and learning new things in the development world. Allison was a recent guest on Ruby Rogues…

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RR 329: Learning Machine Learning with Marc-André Cournoyer

Panel: Charles  Dave Eric  Special Guest:  Marc-André Cournoyer Ruby Rogues speaks with Marc-André Cournoyer, whose most notable works were the Thin Web Server, Tiny RB Ruby implementation, and a book called “Create your own Programming Language,” responsible for the creation of Coffee Script. Also, he has done some with Rack 2 and creates some of the…

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JSJ 280: Stackblitz with Eric Simons and Albert Pai

Panel: Joe  Amy  Charles    Special Guests:  Eric Simmons  Albert Pai In this episode, JavaScript Jabbers talk to Eric Simmons and Albert Pai, the co-founder of thinkster.io, where their team teaches the bleeding edge of javascript technology’s various frameworks and backend. Also, with the recent creation of Stalkblitz, which is the center topic of today…

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AiA 157: Building Angular

Panel:  Ward Alyssa Joe Charles In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel tackles the topic of build systems for Angular. Since the building process is subjective to experience and options. The panel talks about different ways to build based on their own qualification and prior knowledge of things like web pack, system JS,…

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MRS 021: Jason Swett

Tweet this Episode Jason Swett is a former Ruby Rogues panelist and the author of Angular on Rails. He's also a contractor and corporate trainer. Jason and Chuck dive into Jason's story getting into programming, Ruby, and talk about his current and past ventures in entrepreneurship. We also talk about writing courses and ebooks and…

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MJS 035: John-Daniel Trask

Tweet this Episode John-Daniel Trask is the CEO and developer at Raygun.io. JD and Chuck talk in this episode about learning to program as a kid, the arc of JD's career, and entrepreneurship. Links: 154 JSJ Raygun.io Error Reporting and Workflow with John-Daniel Trask JSJ 263 Moving from Node.js to .NET and Raygun.io with John-Daniel…

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JSJ 279: ES Modules in Node Today! with John-David Dalton

Tweet this Episode John-David Dalton is probably best known for the Lodash library. He's currently working at Microsoft on the Edge team. He makes sure that libraries and frameworks work well in Edge. The JavaScript Jabber panel discusses the ECMAScript module system port to Node.js. John wanted to ship the ES module system to Node.js…

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RR 328: Rails Security Beyond the Defaults with Matias Korhonen

Tweet this Episode Matias Korhonen has been writing Rails apps professionally at Kisko Labs, a Rails-focused software consultancy in Finland, for almost a decade. In his spare time he works on too many side projects (including Piranhas.co), a book price comparison site, and TLS.care (an SSL certificate monitoring service). He also somehow manages to find…

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