Month: August 2020

EMx 103: IOT with Nerves with Justin Schneck

We talk with Justin Schneck, co-auth of Nerves, about how he got into embedded programming, why Elixir (and Nerves!) is the the best fit for designing resilient embedded systems and what’s next for the Nerves community.

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TFS 377: Using Email Newsletters To Stay In Touch With Prospects with Michael Katz

Michael Katz walks the panelists through his strategies for staying in touch with prospects through the use of email newsletters. Storytelling is key here, and so Michael suggests ways to weave stories through your correspondence in order to make your content more personable and entertaining.

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JSJ 444: Coding Front-end JavaScript for Accessibility with Neha Sharma

In this episode of JavaScript Jabber we interview Neha Sharma about the importance of coding front-end JavaScript with accessibility in mind. She explains practical methods in which to generate accessible UX when using front-end frameworks, such as React and Angular. For example, the importance of generating proper semantic markup, and considering behaviors and responses to user interactions.

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EMx 102: Nerves Powered Mechanical Keyboards with Chris Dosé

In this episode of Elixir Mix, Chris Dosé joins us to talk about some of the open source work that he has done at Peek. He also talks to us about his exciting Nerves projects Xebow and AFK.

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VoV 117: Building Vue Storefront with Filip Rakowski

In this episode, Lindsay talks with Filip Rakowski, co-founder and CTO of Vue Storefront. They discuss how Filip got into programming, frontend development for eCommerce, and what led to the development of Vue Storefront. They also discuss what’s coming in Vue Storefront Next, and Filip’s experience with the Composition API. Filip also discusses launching open source projects early, and how he build a community around Vue Storefront.

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AiA 287: Profiling Angular Apps with Gil Fink

The illustrious and well-regarded Gil Fink joins the Adventures in Angular panel to talk about profiling your Angular apps. Profiling consists of finding bottlenecks, and memory leaks among other problems within your application. Most of the time, the problems are hard to see from the development side. Usually, they appear when your user uses a devise that is slow or a connection that is faulty. Gil explains how to find and fix them.

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MJS 153: Dean Radcliffe

Dean Radcliffe talks about how he got into programming early in life and the influences that brought him to writing code. He also then explains how he got into programming again in college and his internship at a company that did livestreaming of sports and concerts. He nearly didn’t graduate. He finished his degree and then went on to write Ruby and later got deep into JavaScript.

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iPS 301: Getting Started With Combine In Your Apps with Donny Wals

Donny Wals works for Disney on the systems that run Disney+ and other systems. He jumps on the podcast to talk about Combine. Combine is a functional reactive programming library provided by Apple. It’s similar to RxSwift. It’s functionality focused instead of UI focused. He can be used to handle API responses and things like that to push changes through the system.

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CC 016: Embedded Systems and IoT with James Grenning

James Grenning is an expert in embedded systems. He’s been working in software for over 40 years. His series on Clean Coders is focused on IoT. James walks Chuck and the audience through the growth of embedded systems and its evolution into IoT. He also walks through the challenges and techniques involved in building code that runs on specific devices.

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RR 467: Rails at Super Scale with Kyle d’Oliveira

Kyle d’Oliveira (Cleo) shares his survival tips for dealing with tens of thousands of commits, massive migrations and the very limits of databases. We discuss the lessons learned from Rails megaprojects and how to use these tips in your own projects to reduce technical debt and tools to keep your monolith majestic when the code won’t stop coming.

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DevOps 045: Measurement, Metrics, and Monitoring

Developer Operations is a data driven endeavor, but how do you avoid drowning in noise? In this episode of Adventures in DevOps, the panelists discuss the metrics that matter, how we approach separating information from noise, and when a simple number fails to tell the whole story.

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EMx 101: Finding the Silver Lining in Hard Times

Given the current state of the world, we’ve been put into a position where things have lost jobs or lost in other areas of life. The panel discusses how to make the most of things when hard things come your way.

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