Month: August 2020

EMx 104: Deploying Elixir with Mix, Terraform and Ansible with Jon Lunsford

In this episode of Elixir Mix, we talk with Jon Lunsford about Elixir’s many releases and deployment options, why/how to deploy Elixir with Terraform and we learn why Jon built an SMTP server in Elixir! Sponsors Groxio.io | Career Rocket Fuel For Curious Coders CacheFly Panel Alex Koutmos Steven Nuñez Lars Wikman Sophie DeBenedetto Guest…

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MJS 154: Soumyajit Pathak

Sponsor CacheFly Host Charles Max Wood Special Guest Soumyajit Pathak Links https://able.bio Https://192.81.209.174/conferences https://myswastha.in/ @drenther Picks Charles Max Wood: The Masked Singer DevChatTV Meetups Soumyajit Pathak: For building rich text editors Follow us on Twitter > @DevChatTV

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iPS 302: Executable Specifications and Behavior Driven Development for iOS with Mohammad Azam

Testing your iOS apps can be tricky. It’s even trickier when you need to make sure that your non-technical folks to verify that your applications behave as they should. Azam shares his expertise in testing your applications using Behavior Driven Development techniques and how to write specifications in plain English that can be read and…

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VoV 118: Nuxtify Everything with Debbie O’Brien

In this episode of Views on Vue, Lindsay and Steve talk with Debbie O’Brien, Head of Learning at Nuxt. We discuss Nuxt becoming a company, the new component and content modules, and the static module. We also talk about enhancements to the Nuxt documentation, providing new ways to learn Nuxt and ways to integrate it…

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.NET 035: Performant Applications using the Actor Pattern & Akka.NET with Aaron Stannard

Aaron Stannard joins the Adventures in .NET team this week to discuss Akka.NET. He digs into the Actor model, the reasons to use it and what gave him the impetus to port Akka to .NET. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL…

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RRU 115: Frontend Application Bundles with Glen Maddern

In this episode of React Round Up, Glen Maddern joins us to talk about a new tool he’s been working on called Frontend Application Bundles, or FABs. We chat about how FABs allow you to write server-side logic in a vendor-agnostic way, as well as some of the other interesting problems FABs solve. Panel Paige…

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AiA 288: Getting your Components to Communicate with Ravi Veliyat

Ravi Veliyat helps train people in many web technologies, Angular being one of them. The panel discusses the various ways you can get your components to communicate, from inputs and outputs all the way up to NgRx. Ravi walks through the different options, with great examples that will keep you on the edge of your…

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JSJ 446: Achieving Work-Life Balance, Especially When WFH

The reality of Covid-19 has changed the way that many people work, working remotely from home instead of coming into the office. Achieving work-life balance can always be a challenge in tech, but can be especially challenging when work and life mix in the same location. In this episode the panel discusses this important topic,…

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DevOps 046: Why DevOps Fails with Anupam Kulkarni & Aniruddha Bhagwat

DevOps isn’t failing organizations, organizations are failing DevOps. Special guests Anupam Kulkarni (CEO) & Aniruddha Bhagwat (Marketing Director) from iauro systems (iauro.com) join host Tyler Bird to highlight where organizations are failing DevOps and discuss the process that works for them. P.S. it can work for you too.

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.NET 034: What is Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) with Derek Comartin

In this episode of Adventures in .NET, guest Derek Comartin talks to us about Command Query Responsibility Segregation. He explains CQRS benefits, downsides and usage in real world situations. Sponsors PVS-Studio | Try PVS-Studio for free using the promo code; #advdotnet CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL See the latest in VueJS on…

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RR 468: Diversity Matters: Diversifying Your Applicant Pool with Tricia Ball

Tricia Ball talks to the Rogues about diversity in tech. We discuss the declining numbers of women in tech (and the rest of STEM) since the 1980s, reasons why women are leaving mid-career and how we can help reverse this trend. Tricia gives practical actions that can be taken to improve company culture, recruitment and…

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JSJ 445: Augmented Reality for Mobile Browsers with Connell Gauld

Connell has been working on Universal AR, a cross-platform Augmented Reality kit for Mobile Browsers delivering native-level performance using only JavaScript (and a bit of WASM under the hood). We talk about what AR actually is, some of its use cases, as well as the fascinating details as to how the Zap.works team is delivering…

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