Month: October 2019

RRU 085: Building Resilient Architecture with Monica Lent

Monica Lent has been interested in software from a very young age, and made her first domain name when she was 9 years old. She studied legacy languages Latin and Ancient Greek in university, but ended up keeping her college development job and going into software. She recently left her job and founded a startup,…

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SOS 016: Changing Open Source Culture With Serkan Holat

Serkan is a freelance software developer who has been developing web applications since 2001. Lately he has been working with Angular and ASP.NET. He shares that he has been studying sustainability of open source issues since 2014 and also shares the abridged version of how he came to be involved with the open source community. …

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JSJ 403: Why Developers Need Social Skills with Mani Vaya

In this episode of JavaScript Jabber, Charles talks about the new direction he has for the company. He wants  to drive people to the point that they have the skills that make people want to hire and work with them, to teach them how to ‘Max out’. Today the panel the skills that developers need…

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Preston Lamb Interview – Netlify

In this episode of the DevEd podcast, Brooke and Preston mainly talk about Netlify, JAMStack (JavaScript, APIs, and Markup) and Preston's new course – Deploying Apps to Netlify. Preston starts with explaining what JAMStack is, why is it popular right now and it's numerous benefits. He talks about the difference between single-page applications and JAM,…

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.NET 011: SOLID and .NET Predictions with Patrick Smacchia

In this episode of Adventures in .NET the panel interviews Patrick Smacchia who is known for his static analyzer, NDepend. The panel discusses NDepend, Patrick explains a bit about what is and how it works along with his history in .NET. Patrick is here to explains SOLID, an acronym introduced by Robert C. Martin outlining…

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VoV 084: Nuxt.JS With Sebastien Chopin

Sebastien Chopin is a front end developer who works mostly in JavaScript and is the creator of Nuxt.JS, a framework based off of Vue. Nuxt started as a JavaScript framework for application rendering and today it can be used to create any kind of application. One advantage of using Nuxt with Vue comes in with…

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AiA 261: Angular Projects with Zama Khan Mohammed

In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel interviews Zama Khan Mohammed about his recent book and other open source work he has done in the Angular community. Zama explains what is so different about his book and why it is worth reading. His book takes an approach different than the common practice of…

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DevOps 014: Continuous Delivery With Julian Fahrer

Julian Fahrer is a software engineer with a systems administration and operations background. He currently works at Hover and is helping them move towards continuous delivery.  Nell opens up the discussion by asking Julian to explain what continuous integration and continuous delivery are. He shares that continuous integration revolves around having testing and automation around…

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DevEd 035: Programming with & Learning Gatsby

This week's episode of the DevEd podcast is joined by Hudson Baker. Hudson has been a developer for five years now, specializing in Angular, and is currently working at BrieBug Software. The panel kickstarts the episode by answering the basic question – What is Gatsby? Sam explains that it is a static site generator which…

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EMx 074: Inky Displays With Lars Wikman and Emilio Nyaray

This episode of Elixir mix opens with Lars Wikman and Emilio Nyaray sharing how they came to be working together on a project called Inky. Inky is an E-Ink display that works with Nerves and Elixir. The project started when Lars wanted to use the Inky device from Nerves but didn’t want to install Python…

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iPS 276: Automating Painful Things with David House

In this episode of The iPhreaks Show the panel interviews David House about Continous Integration and Continuous Delivery. David is an iOS developer currently living in Georgia. He has been working in iOS development since the iOS SDK was int beta.  Right now he is working for a health care company, Kaiser Permanente.   David…

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JSJ 402: SEO for Developers with Vitali Zaidman

Vitali Zaidman is a full stack developer who works for WellDone Software Solutions and is currently working on a SEO project. Today’s show is about SEO for developers. SEO stands for search engine optimization, which helps your website appear higher on search engines.  SEO has changed a lot in the past 10 years. It has…

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