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Best Prog Languages podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Prog Languages podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Dive into JavaScript and Web development stories with hosts John Papa, Ward Bell, and Dan Wahlin. Sponsored by ag-Grid A weekly podcast where we tackle the challenges facing Web developers today and invite expert guests on the show to share their experience solving concrete problems while building real Web applications. Listen for practical insights and honest talk about the topics you are facing today, with Real Talk JavaScript.
 
A community celebration of JavaScript and the web. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 1pm US/Eastern time. Panelists include Suz Hinton, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Emma Wedekind, Jerod Santo, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, and Chris Hiller. Topics discussed include the web platform (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Brave, etc), front-end frameworks (React, Ember, Angular, Vue, etc), Node.js, web animation, SVG, robotics, IoT, and much more. If JavaScript and/or the web t ...
 
This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
Please note that the main website has now moved to: https://cpp.chat Each week, or thereabouts, we chat with guests from the C++ community about what they're doing, what interests them, and what's going on in the world of C++. Your hosts: Jon Kalb (http://slashslash.info) is an independent C++ trainer and runs CppCon (https://cppcon.org) and C++ Now (http://cppnow.org). Phil Nash (https://levelofindirection.com) is Developer Advocate for C++ tools at JetBrains (http://jetbrains.com/cpp) and ...
 
The podcast your mother warned you about. Ramblings of a few overworked PHP Developers. We discuss everything, from the challenges and excitement of running our small business and development shop the DiegoDev Group, to general day to day coding projects, to anything geek related or any other tech topics. Hosted By @shocm, @realrideout, and @johncongdon. Become a Patron!
 
The Java Off-Heap Podcast brings together the latest tech news for the java professional. We go over the news and current issues and discuss them in depth, bringing the knowledge of a top circle of professionals from Chicago. Come take a listen and figure out what's going on in the Java world!
 
Greg, Mark and Richard get together weekly and talk about things of interest in the Java community. Greg works for SimWorks (http://www.simworks.com) who specialize in mobile phone software. Mark works for SecureMX (www.smx.co.nz). Richard works for Blue Train Software (http://www.bluetrainsoftware.com)
 
Welcome to SQL Server 101. I’m Phillip Burton from sqlserver101.com. This podcast is an audio version of the video courses that I created for Microsoft SQL Server. They aim to get you from beginner level to that needed for the 70-461 certification, and beyond. Learn the skills that could you need to get your next dream job. The 70-461 certification, called “Querying Microsoft SQL Server”, is intended for SQL Server database administrators, system engineers and developers with two or more yea ...
 
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Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. Show links Laravel 7.18 release notes courtesy of JMac at Laravel Shift Xdebug Toggler app for macOS Tabler Icons: A set of over 500 free MIT-licensed SVG icons Orion Icon Library Laravel Worldwide Meetup Tailwind CSS IntelliSense Guzzle 7 released…
 
Caleb on Twitter: https://twitter.com/calebporzio Livewire: https://laravel-livewire.com/ Alpine: https://github.com/alpinejs/alpine/ Sticker pack: https://stickers.calebporzio.com/ Sushi: https://github.com/calebporzio/sushi/ Tighten: https://tighten.co/ Laravel Blade: https://laravel.com/docs/7.x/blade Twig: https://twig.symfony.com/ @overwrite a…
 
Recording date: 2020-05-21 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker Deborah Kurata @DeborahKurata Brought to you by ag-Grid Raygun Resources: Joe Cocker: You can leave your (mask) on RxJS Docs Dan's Observable Store Angular Action Streams Ngrx Docs Maintaining an array of information with scan L…
 
In this episode of Views on Vue, we talk with Maya Shavin, a Senior Frontend Developer at Cloudinary. We talk about CSS component libraries, CSS-in-JS with Vue, and pros and cons with using libraries like Tailwind CSS. We also discuss Storefront UI, a component library focused on eConmerce. Panel Steve Edwards Lindsay Wardell Austin Gil Guest Maya …
 
React Native Remote Conf Raúl Jiménez runs a small consultancy focused on Angular out of Barcelona Spain. Raul got into programing in High School. He was working on the equivalent of a USA based Associates Degree. He had a computer when he was 5 and got into copy/paste programming on the Spectrum computer. He started writing on his own at 16. He st…
 
Join the 30-DAY CHALLENGE: "You Don't Know JS Yet" Alex Russell works for Google on the Chrome team and is the lead of Project Fugu which focuses on Web Capabilities and Progressive Web Apps. Alex leads the JavaScript Jabber panel in a discussion of writing less JavaScript and focusing on performance and functionality on low bandwidth connections a…
 
Join the 30-DAY CHALLENGE: "You Don't Know JS Yet" Alex Russell works for Google on the Chrome team and is the lead of Project Fugu which focuses on Web Capabilities and Progressive Web Apps. Alex leads the JavaScript Jabber panel in a discussion of writing less JavaScript and focusing on performance and functionality on low bandwidth connections a…
 
Dr. Meghna Srivastava joins React Round Up to share how she transitioned from a dentist in her native country of India to a software developer today in Berlin, Germany. Although she practiced for a few years after graduating dental school, Meghna wasn't completely satisfied with her career choice, and things at work began to feel stale to her. At t…
 
Summary Building and managing servers is a challenging task. Configuration management tools provide a framework for handling the various tasks involved, but many of them require learning a specific syntax and toolchain. PyInfra is a configuration management framework that embraces the familiarity of Pure Python, allowing you to build your own integ…
 
The modern release workflow involves multiple stakeholders: engineers, management, designers, and product managers. It is a collaborative process that is often held together with brittle workflows. A developer deploys a new build to an ad hoc staging environment and pastes a link to that environment in Slack. Other stakeholders click on that link, …
 
Time is a simple thing, right? And working with it in Python is great. You just import datetime and then (somewhat oddly) use the datetime class from that module.Oh except, there are times with timezones, and times without. And why is there a total_seconds() but not total_minutes(), hours() or days() on timedelta? How about computing the number of …
 
Time is a simple thing, right? And working with it in Python is great. You just import datetime and then (somewhat oddly) use the datetime class from that module. Oh except, there are times with timezones, and times without. And why is there a total_seconds() but not total_minutes(), hours() or days() on timedelta? How about computing the number of…
 
Blitz.js creator Brandon Bayer joins Jerod to dive deep into the foundational principles of this fullstack React framework. We talk about its inspiration (Ruby on Rails), its differentiation (a “no-API” data layer), and its aspirations (built-in auth, plugins, recipes, and more). Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Rollbar – We move fast and fix thi…
 
Each week, we discuss a different topic about Clojure and functional programming. If you have a question or topic you’d like us to discuss, tweet @clojuredesign, send an email to feedback@clojuredesign.club, or join the #clojuredesign-podcast channel on the Clojurians Slack. This week, the topic is: “comp.” We create a whole episode by combining ex…
 
[00:01:03] Andrew fills us in on being laid off from his job and he talks about how his job search is going. [00:09:32] Jason asks Andrew how the interviewing process has been going and if he’s had to do any whiteboarding. Andrew tells us what he’s had to do for some interviews. [00:14:32] Andrew tells us he’s been redoing his website with Bridgeto…
 
Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training Brian’s pytest book Michael #1: Making a trading bot asynchronous using Python’s “unsync” library by Matt Gosden The older way — using the threading and multiprocessing libraries The newer way — using async and await from the asyncio library embedded into core Python fro…
 
Remix — a killer React framework from the creators of React router React router — Declarative Routing for React 85: Michael Jackson on React router v6 and Empathy in Open Source on React Podcast Ruby on Rails DHH — David Heinemeier Hansson, inventor or Rails Turbolinks PJAX CodeIgniter Ember routing — inspiration for nested UI Marcy Sutton 75: Suni…
 
PHP Internals News: Episode 60: OpenSSL CMS Support London, UK Thursday, July 2nd 2020, 09:23 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Eliot Lear (Twitter, GitHub, Website) about OpenSSL CMS support, which he has contributed to PHP. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml, you can download …
 
Vladimir Dementyev is a mathematician who found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source and being an Evil Martian. He is the author of AnyCable, TestProf and an advocate for building monoliths with Rails Engines. Links for this episode: Evil Martians | Distributed Product Development Consultancy Erlang Programming …
 
In this Episode Eric, John and Oscar sit down to go over the June 2020 issue, “Advanced Design & Development” Topics Covered Applications for Asynchronous PHP The Browser APIs no one told you about PHP callables and functional programming Frameworks – Slim and CodieIgniter. Agile development and sustainable ways to build applications The future of …
 
Nell Shamrell-Harrington — lead editor of This Week in Rust — takes you through highlights from TWir 345, published on June 29, 2020. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you’d like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm…
 
John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker William Imoh @iChuloo Brought to you by ag-Grid Narwhal Visit nx.dev to get the preeminent open-source toolkit for monorepo development, today. Resources: Frisby.js RESTful API testing Jasmine for testing Jest testing Postman API tool Insomnia API tool Sw…
 
Join the “You Don’t Know JS Yet” 30-day CHALLENGE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT at the end of this episode. Don't miss it. Kyle Simpson, author of the You Don't Know JS Yet series joins the JavaScript Jabber panel to discuss the origins and approach to his book series. The discussion varies to the basic parts of JavaScript, the parts you should know, and ho…
 
Join the “You Don’t Know JS Yet” 30-day CHALLENGE SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT at the end of this episode. Don't miss it. Kyle Simpson, author of the You Don't Know JS Yet series joins the JavaScript Jabber panel to discuss the origins and approach to his book series. The discussion varies to the basic parts of JavaScript, the parts you should know, and ho…
 
Rails Remote Conf 2020 August 11th to 14th Lee Richmond is one of the primary developers behind the Graphiti library for Ruby. Lee describes Graphiti as the spiritual successor to ActiveResource. It provides a convenient way to provide an API that understands the object graph in your application without needing to resort to GraphQL. Panel Charles M…
 
We talk with Steve Bussey about his book Real-Time Phoenix, his library ecto_tenancy_enforcer, and we delve into user auth. We cover how TDD works for us, approaches to partitioning user data, recent auth developments in the community and much more! Panelists Josh Adams Mark Ericksen Guest Steve Bussey "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Dev…
 
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