Month: March 2021

BONUS: How Senior Developers Can Enjoy Learning Like They Were Juniors

Remember the amazing adventure it was to learn a new thing every day as a Junior Developer? It’s easy to feel a little stuck or lost as a Senior developer since there aren’t roadmaps or people looking to mentor seniors. (Besides Charles Max Wood.) Chuck talks about how he felt that way at different points…

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CC 030: Clean Craftsmanship with Robert “Uncle Bob” Martin

Uncle Bob is back to discuss his upcoming book Clean Craftsmanship. He and Chuck discuss the bases for software craftsmanship including the disciplines, standards, and ethics that make up Software Craftsmanship. Uncle Bob once again brings up his Extreme Programming roots and dives into the reasons why the disciplines outlined in it are so important….

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ML 023: Inside Machine Learning with Edward Raff

We have a new panelist! Plus, Edward Raff joins the Adventure to discuss his new book Inside Machine Learning. He walks us through Convolutional Neural Networks and then talks us through to build, train, and use them to solve problems through Machine Learning.The conversation ranges into having good data sets, tweaking your network, and when…

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VUE 141: Diving into Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe

In this episode, Lindsay and Steve talk Nuxt 3 with Daniel Roe, Framework Engineer at Nuxt. We talk about upcoming features, including Nitro (the new server-side renderer for Nuxt), serverless deployment with Netlify or Vercel, Nuxt Kit, and an upcoming Nuxt CLI. We also dive into deployment options, and how to deploy you application in…

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.NET 060: Pursuing Developer Certifications

In this weeks podcast we have a panel discussion about certifications. Developer certifications and the processes to earn them are constantly evolving. Wai has earned two Azure certifications in the past few months so we pick his brain on the process. We also discuss the benefits of having certifications and the developers we believe are…

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JSJ 475: DevOps for the JavaScript Developer

In recent years the term DevOps has become ubiquitous – you’ll find DevOps engineers in most every tech organization. But what does DevOps actually mean, and how does it differ from previously existing System and Network engineering and DBAs? In this episode our own Aimee Knight, who is currently expanding her role into DevOps, answers…

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CC 029: Code Cognitive Load with Daniel Markham

Daniel and Chuck jump into the ideas around code complexity and the idea that the number of symbols someone has to understand increases the amount that someone has to keep in their head to understand code. Daniel explains the idea of Code Cognitive Load on his blog For The Love Of All That’s Holy, Use…

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JSJ 474: Things JavaScript Developers Should Know, Part 1

Having done a three-part series on the things JavaScript developers MUST know, Dan now leads a panel discussion on the things that JavaScript developers SHOULD know. These are things that devs can get by without knowing, but that will improve their abilities if they do know and understand. Subjects covered include: passing functions args by…

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RUBY 489: Demystifying Webpack and Webpacker with Paweł Dąbrowski

Paweł Dąbrowski wrote a Deep Dive into Webpacker on his blog. He joins the Rogues to help the understand more of the ins and outs of Webpack and Webpacker for Ruby on Rails developers. He and the Rogues break down how to manage your JavaScript assets, how Webpacker thinks about them, and how to pull…

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Emx 123: Curry in a Megaparsec – Unconvention Elixir Explorations with Julien Maisonneuve

Julien Maisonneuve—blogger extraordinaire—joins the Elixir Mix panel to discuss the ways he’s bent Elixir to his will and found the edges of how it works and what you can do with its syntax. He talks about currying and about taking Elixir syntax to extremes. He’s also worked on the Megaparsec Elixir parser and explains some…

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.NET 059: Blazor Keeps Getting Better with Daniel Roth

Blazor has come a long way since 2018. Blazor WebAssembly was released in 2020 and Blazor was integrated as a full-fledged member of .NET 5. Daniel Roth joins us to discuss the progress and improvements the Blazor team has made over the last year. We also discuss a number of updates coming in 2021 like…

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RRU 135: Redux, Redux Toolkit, OSS and More with Mark Erikson

Returning guest Mark Erikson joins the React Round Up team to discuss how he found himself in the position of being an open source maintainer for Redux, how he’s helped shepherd/author future versions of Redux (and the complete overhauls that happened when React Hooks were introcuded), and the new examples he’s written for Redux Toolkit…

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