Month: May 2021

Developing your development – RUBY 498

Mason McLead from software.com shows us the editor-integrated suite of tools that help you become a better developer. We find out what music makes you code better (and worse), how data reveals the habits of the world’s top coders and why Saturday is code day. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura Luke Stutters Guest Mason…

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Vue 3 and Mongoose with Valeri Karpov – VUE 148

Steve talks with Valeri Karpov about Vue 3, how it compares to Vue 2, and what are some of the new features are. Val is also the maintainer of Mongoose, the Nodejs tool for working with MongoDB, so they discuss Val’s coding journey, how he got into working with Mongoose and Vue, and what he’s…

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What is your Identity? – .NET 069

In today’s episode Carl Layton joins us to discuss authentication in the Microsoft stack. The definition of Identity in .NET has changed over the years but a lot of the fundamentals have stayed the same. We go over some of those fundamentals with Carl. We also delve into some of the complications around authentication and…

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Data Wrangling in JavaScript with Ashley Davis – JSJ 484

Ashley Davis jumps in to talk to Dan Shappir about wrangling data using JavaScript. Ashley describes his journey into JavaScript and his exposure to the web platform. From there he walks Dan through learning data science and building systems in Python before coming back to JavaScript. He talks through the tools and techniques used to…

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Automated Machine Learning with Qingquan Song – ML 030

Qingquan Song is a member of the AutoKeras team and recent Phd graduate from Texas A&M University. He co-authored the Automated Machine Learning book from Manning publishing and joins the adventure to explain automated machine learning and how it can be used to set up and to refine machine learning models. He also dives into…

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The Theft and Recovery of Perl.com with Brian D. Foy – DevOps 068

When Perl.com went down, its owner and others had no idea that the domain had been stolen months earlier and later resold. Brian D. Foy stepped in to run down leads and contact people on behalf of the folks who owned the website to find out what happened. He walks us through the process of…

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Building a UDP Server with Ruby Ractors with Claus Lensbøl – RUBY 497

Claus Lensbøl is a Danish Devops engineer who built a UDP server using Ractors–a new feature in Ruby 3.0. Ractors is a method of getting concurrency in Ruby. It’s what threads should have been to give us the ability to use multiple cores with one Ruby program without forking into multiple processes. Panel Charles Max…

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Mind your behaviors with Knigge – EMx 127

Sascha Wolf joins the mix to talk about how to test behaviors in your Phoenix apps by using tools like Mox and Knigge. Panel Adi Iyenger Allen Wyma Charles Max Wood Eric Bolikowski Guest Sascha Wolf Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator Links Twitter: Sascha Wolf ( @wolf4earth ) Picks Adi- Testing Elixir by Andrea Leopardi and…

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Fast Production-Ready React Apps with AWS Amplify with Yash Garudkar – RRU 140

Yash Garudkar joins the Round Up to discuss using AWS Amplify to quickly build production ready applications. Yash also dives into how to use some of the offerings provided by AWS without needing to understand the wide array of offerings in Amazon Web Services. Panel Paige Niedringhaus TJ VanToll Guest Yash Garudkar  Sponsors Dev Influencers…

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Welcoming Underrepresented Groups to Tech – She’s in Tech 009

For this episode, Maria, Christina and Dacey are joined by guest Cecelia Martinez. Here are the topics they discussed: Transitioning from other careers in tech. Cecelia’s work with Women Who Code and Out in Tech, focused on helping underrepresented groups get into tech. Advice on how to speak at conferences on a topic that speakers…

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What is an ORM and why do they matter? – .NET 068

Stuart Turner has been around since the early days of .NET and has seen the evolution of ORMs in .NET firsthand. In today’s episode we go over different architectural styles, usage, performance and more in .NET ORMs. Want to know whether we prefer eager loading vs lazy loading or code first vs database first? Join…

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Ecstatic for XState with Maya Shavin – VUE 147

Lindsay and Steve talk with Maya Shavin about XState, a library for building finite state machines. We talk about what XState is, how it compares to global state management tools like Vuex, and how to integrates it with Vue. We also discuss XState’s visualizer, which helps developers see how their state machines work. Panel Lindsay…

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