Month: June 2021

Utility First CSS with Tailwind, is it the right choice for you? – RRU 144

Let’s dive deep into the pros and cons of Utility First CSS and Tailwind CSS in particular as Jack plays defense and Paige and TJ play devils advocates. Let’s see who comes out on top and give you some insights into whether or not Tailwind CSS is the right choice for your next project. Panel…

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The Power to Automate – .NET 074

Microsoft Power Automate is a service that helps you create automated workflows and streamline repetitive tasks. Our guest, Barret Blake, walks us through what Power Automate is, how it works and how it fits into the Microsoft Power Platform. We discuss why you would want to use process automation over code, some of the integrations…

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Typing Without Transpilation – The Beauty of JSDoc – JSJ 489

Long time friend of the show Gil Tayar joins us again this time to discussing using JSDoc for JavaScript type annotations instead of TypeScript. Turns out that you can now get all of the benefits of TypeScript types without having to adopt the entire TypeScript workflow. Gil describes the benefits of this approach, and how…

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Panelist Career Retrospective – VUE 152

In this episode, Steve, Lindsay, and Luke discuss things they wish they’d known earlier in their careers, and things newer developers could benefit from today. They talk about their early days in programming, and the lessons they learned along the way about being developers. Panel Lindsay Wardell Luke Diebold Steve Edwards Sponsors Dev Influencers Accelerator…

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Beyond Tech: Data Graphics in Journalism – She’s in Tech 012

For this episode, Dacey and Susan are joined by guest Priya Krishnakumar. Here are the questions they discussed: Tell us about your background and how you got to your current position. How has your passion for tech helped you in your current role? Can you talk about how data visualization and graphics editing has shaped you…

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How to Sell a Course – Dev Influencers 025

In the last episode, we talked about building a reputation and how that leads to trust so that people will buy from you. This episodes explains how to show up over and over again so that people can find you and then how to address your audience to know what they want so you can…

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Building Reputation – Dev Influencers 024

Building a reputation is building trust. It shows people that you have the skills necessary to get them what they want, which means that they can buy from you or hire you without much risk. Chuck walks you through how a podcast will help you build your reputation and how to use it to build…

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How to Build Relationships that Make a Difference – Dev Influencers 023

In the trifecta of Skills, Relationships, and Reputation, Chuck explains how relationships make the difference in getting what you want. Essentially, but offering to give people what they want over and over, you begin to see some of those things come back to you. You shouldn’t build relationships focused on what you get, but you…

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Can I do a Technical Podcast to get Clients – Dev Influencers 022

Luca asked Chuck if he could do a podcast about his UX and UI work to get customers. Initially, Chuck told him that probably wouldn’t work, but then had an idea that turned that on its head. Chuck explains how to put together a podcast about your subject matter that will attract your customer. To…

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Scaling video processing with Deep Learning – ML 033

In this episode we talk with Serhii Maksymenko about how to scale video processing with DL frameworks. From buffered asynchronous processing to how to get started with projects of this complexity, Serhii discusses his project work and unique take on how to build these systems without breaking the bank. Panel Ben Wilson Charles Max Wood…

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Matchmaking NGXS and Firebase with Joaquin Cid – AiA 313

Joaquin Cid is an Argentinian developer who has built a plugin for NGXS state library that allows developers to connect to Firebase and have their queries automatically import into NGXS. Further, it also allows them to define actions that will update their datastore when triggered. The new Adventures in Angular panel dives into the ins…

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Things a DevOps Engineer Needs to Know – DevOps 073

Will and Jeffrey discuss the things that DevOps Engineers need to know. If you’re diving into DevOps, you’re probably wondering what skills do you need to know? Also, how much of the skill you need to have is technical versus non-technical. People skills and soft skills verus hard typing and at-the-keyboard skills. If you’re in…

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