Month: November 2019

RR 438: Deviating from the Rails Core

Today Charles and Dave are discussing deviating from the Rails core. Dave doesn’t care for JavaScript frameworks or microservices as he believes that they add too much complexity. These things may become necessary when your project gets massive, but otherwise we shouldn’t jump to these as a first option. If you don’t need the frontend…

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RRU 088: Frustrations with React Hooks with Paul Cowan

Paul Cowan was a painter and decorator for 30 years until he switched to front end development. He got into React because for him, much of programming didn’t make a whole lot of sense until he read about the flux model, and React Redux was one of the few frameworks that followed the flux model….

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MAS 098: Ado Kukic

Ado Kukic has been a professional developer since the age of 15. He is a developer Evangelist Lead at Auth0 working remotely out of Las Vegas, Nevada. Aaron and Ado talk about Ado's introduction to Angular and his work at Auth0. Ado has been working wth Angular for the last 7 years. His day to…

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JSJ 408: Reading Source Code with Carl Mungazi

Carl Mungazi is a frontend developer at Limejump in London. He is a former journalist and switched to programming in 2016. Today the panel is discussing the benefits of reading source code. Carl began reading source code because he came into programming late and from a different field. His first project was with Mithril, and…

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AiA 265: Progressive Enhancements with Ire Aderinokun

In this episode of Adventures in Angular Charles Max Wood interviews Ire Aderinokun at JAMstack conf 2019. Ire works for Buycoins, a cryptocurrency exchange for Africa. She gave a lightning talk, “Headless Chrome & Cloudinary for progressively enhanced dynamic content on the web”. After giving a brief overview of her talk to Charles, Ire defines…

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.NET 014: At MS Ignite with Scott Hunter

In this episode of Adventures in .NET Shawn Clabough joins Scott Hunter at MS Ignite to talk about .NET Core 3.0 and C#8. Scott starts by explaining what the changes in C# 8.0 means to .NET. They discuss nullable reference types,  GRPCs, usings in blocks and side by side support. Shawn shares his experience with…

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EMx 078: Phoenix Phrenzy with Nathan Long

In this episode of Elixir Mix the panel interviews  Nathan Long about Pheonix Phrenzy. Nathan explains what Pheonix Phrenzy is and what the contest is all about. The panel explains how exciting it is for everyone to see what Live View can really do. With all the submissions open-sourced, the consider what a great resource…

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VoV 087: There is No Shame in Mental Illness

In this episode of Views on Vue panel discusses mental health. They start by sharing what they do in their free time and consider the value of having a balanced life with hobbies and time spent doing non-code related things. They discuss the importance of respecting your mental health and being aware of where you…

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RR 437: Deploying Rails Onto Kubernetes with Khash Sajadi

Khash and Kasia work for Cloud 66, a company started in 2012 with a goal to make Rails deployment simple and infrastructure easy to understand for application developers. As the company has moved towards containerization, they have integrated with Kubernetes. Khash talks about what distinguishes Cloud 66 from other platform as a service companies and why…

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.NET 013: Simmy and Chaos Engineering Geovanny Alzate Sandoval

In this episode of Adventures in .NET the panel interviews Geovanny Alzate Sandoval, the creator of Simmy. Geovanny tells the panel all about Simmy, Poly, and chaos engineering. After defining each of these terms, the panel asks Geovanny questions about how they work. Chaos engineering intentionally breaks things to find weaknesses in systems, Simmy simulates…

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AiA 264: ngTemplateOutlets with Stephen Cooper

In this episode of Adventures in Angular the panel interviews Stephen Cooper about his recent talk at Angular Connect. His talk was about ngTemplateOutlets. Stephen answers the questions of the panel about ngTemplateOutlets and explains how and when to use them. He starts by explaining the difference between component outlets and template outlets.    Aaron…

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DevEd 037:  Code Ninjas & Community Learning

In this episode of the DevEd podcast, David Graham – founder and CEO of Code Ninjas, introduces himself, gives a background of how he got into software development, briefly describes his vision that led to the creation of Code Ninjas and the interesting work that goes on there. The company essentially consists of coding centres…

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