Month: September 2019

AiA 258: Angular Architecture with Manfred Steyer

In this week’s episode of Adventures in Angular the panel interviews Manfred Steyer, the creator of ngx-build-plus and angular architecture expert and consultant. Ngx-build-plus is a way to extend how the CLI is doing its build. Manfred explains how ngx-build plus works in two different ways. The first is that it provides a partial webpack…

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MJS 124: Daniel Gruesso

This episode of My JavaScript Story is coming to you live from OSCON. Joining Charles Max Wood is Daniel Gruesso from GitLab to talk about developing in the Open Source and the Developer Report. GitLab works with an open core model, Daniel talks about the trade – offs of having code open to public, the…

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JSJ 393: Why You Should Be Using Web Workers with Surma

Episode Summary Surma is an open web advocate for Google currently working with WebAssembly team. He was invited on the show today to talk about using web workers and how to move work away from the browser’s main thread. His primary platform is bringing multithreading out of the fringes and into the web.  The panel…

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.NET 006: Async and C# 8 with Filip Ekberg

Episode Summary In this week’s episode of Adventures in .NET the panel interviews Filip Ekberg, Microsoft MVP, about using async, await, and the new features in C# 8. They begin by discussing the evolution of running tasks and multithreading in async. Filip describes the evolution beginning with background workers, through task parallel libraries finally to…

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VoV 079: Why Vue.js is the Best Framework Ever with Gwendolyn Faraday

Episode Summary   In this week’s episode of Views one Vue, the panel interviews Vue’s biggest fan, Gwendolyn Faraday. Gwen shares her story of getting into vue. How she was a little reluctant at first but ended up being so impressed with everything Vue has to offer. Gwen is a Vue educator and loves how…

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AiA 257: The Easiest Way to use Angular Elements with Tomas Trajan

Episode Summary In this episode of Adventures in Angular Tomas Trajan, an angular elements expert, breaks down how to use angular elements for the panel. Tomas explains that angular elements are great for very specific use cases.    Tomas starts by describing a scenario with a large enterprise with tens of developer teams and hundreds…

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ABC 010: Privacy in Blockchain

Episode Summary   In this episode of Adventures in Blockchain the panel discusses privacy in the blockchain. Privacy is a hot topic right now in the blockchain world and is an issue that a lot of people are trying to solve. This is a problem in both public and private blockchains.   Bruno starts by…

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DevOps 010: What Makes a 10x Engineer

Episode Summary On this week's Adventures in DevOps, Chuck talks about the recent Twitter thread about 10x engineers. He goes through each of the points in the tweet and talks about each of them in turn. There are only two points he sort of agrees with, and believes the rest to be absolute garbage. One…

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DevEd 030: Learning DevOps

Episode Summary In this episode of the Dev Ed podcast, the panelists talk to Nell Shamrell-Harrington, Principal Engineer at Chef Software. Nell introduces herself and gives a brief background about her software development journey so far and talks about how she started working with DevOps. She is also a co-host of the Adventures in DevOps…

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EMx 069: Distributed Databases with Wiebe-Marten (“Marten”) Wijnja

Episode Summary   In this week’s episode of Elixir Mix the panel follows up with Wiebe-Marten ("Marten") Wijnja about his talk at Elixir Conf EU, where he spoke about the distributed system his team was working on.    They start by discussing the eight fallacies of distributed computing that Marten talked about in talk. He…

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TFS 343: Defining Success

Episode Summary In this week’s episode of The Freelancers Show the panel discusses the importance of defining success. Jeremy Green explains why this concept of defining what success means to you is so important. Without success behind defined you might put your nose to the grindstone and miss your own success. Inversely you might be…

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iPS 272: Apple Event Analyzation

Episode Summary In this episode of The iPhreaks Show Andrew Madsen and Evan Stone discuss the recent Apple Event and the announcements made there. To start, the panel discusses their thoughts one the event as a whole. The panel was surprised that the event was very product-driven with only a few mentions of software changes….

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