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Episodes and show notes available at friday.hirelofty.com. An unapologetic show about the culture and chaos of software engineering from the makers and breakers of digital products at Lofty Labs. We build software with Python and Django, Ruby and Rails, Golang, whatever frontend framework we're forced to use because it's popular this month, and anything else to get the job done right. Then on Friday afternoons we have a beer and talk about our regrets on this show.
 
PodRocket covers everything you need to know about frontend web development on a weekly basis. Join LogRocket cofounder Ben Edelstein, Director of Content Brian Neville-O'Neill, and PodRocket producer Kate Trahan, as they interview experienced developers about all the libraries, frameworks, and tech industry issues they deal with every day.
 
Your weekly celebration of JavaScript and the web. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 1pm US/Eastern time. Panelists include Jerod Santo, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Emma Bostian, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, Chris Hiller, and Amal Hussein. 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 ...
 
Join Brad Garropy and Richard Gottleber, as they talk about web development. From the frontend to the backend, they'll discuss best practices, favorite technologies, and industry trends. Learn something new with Web Dev Weekly every week, and subscribe for the latest episodes! Brad Garropy https://twitter.com/bradgarropy Richard Gottleber https://twitter.com/rgottleber
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
The podcast for UI developers, designers and independent thinkers who strive for simplicity. The state of user interface design and development is at a crossroads: do we embrace complexity and raise the barrier to entry, or can we learn from the past and strive to make our tools, frameworks and methodologies simpler and more intuitive for everyone - regardless of experience or persuasion. I'm a strong believer in the latter, and if you are too, come join me on my journey to make a difference ...
 
A weekly podcast that aims to interview career changers & folks that are diversifying the tech industry. Sharing stories about the different routes people have taken to enter the industry and chatting about the skills they learned in their prior jobs, schooling, or life experiences & how they apply them to their current roles in tech. https://WeBelongPodcast.com/
 
The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on ...
 
Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing ...
 
COMMERCE TOMORROW is a podcast series hosted by tech entrepreneurs and ecommerce veterans Kelly Goetsch and Dirk Hoerig discussing the latest developments and technologies used at global brands and retailers that are at the forefront of growth and innovation. Listen in to interviews with recognized technology leaders and learn how technology is driving their business.
 
In The Front End, we explore the in's and out's of life as a developer. We delve into challenging topics around modern-day development and technology including learning and professional growth, programming languages, frameworks, tools, techniques, UX/UI, and careers.
 
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What's the C++ frontend? Why is avoiding templates so important? Why is Tensor a reference type? How do we simulate keyword arguments in C++? Where did the nn Module support in the C++ API come from? Why did we reimplement all modules in C++? How are modules implemented in C++? What are some performance challenges of writing Python in C++, and how …
 
Sam and Ryan talk about their experience building the headlessui.dev website with the folks from Tailwind Labs. They chat about the team’s deadline-driven development process, some new Figma workflow tips when implementing a design that was built with Tailwind CSS in mind, and some tech takeaways from building a docs site with Next.js. They also ch…
 
Franco is a Frontend Developer from Brazil who got a job in Canada. In this episode, he will tell all about his experience, his interview process, relocation during a pandemic, and the tips he has for other VanHackers looking to get hired abroad. _ Visit www.vanhack.com/candidates to be one of the next VanHackers hired :) Learn more about Premium A…
 
This episode of Semaphore Uncut features Jonathan Creamer, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft. We hear his monorepo experiences and about his work in the field of 'DivOps' - the term he coined to describe the engineering of front-end tooling. Key takeaways: DivOps is DevOps for the front-end Monorepo's power is having all dependencies at your fi…
 
Allison and her team at Fast are out to eliminate checkout friction with their 1-click checkout solution. By eliminating passwords, they give their customers an Apple Pay-like experience across any eCommerce website or app that integrates their software. Have a listen to understand how Allison's background of scaling payments at Uber is now being a…
 
Another Taste of Part 2 of my Conversation with Hugo Vrsalovic Hugo Vrsalovic is the founder of Life Is Wonderful. Hugo V. has met difficult challenges in his life that allows him to relate to people who are dealing with similar struggles. With over 20 years in recovery from gambling and alcohol along with being in therapy for 7 years, he truly bel…
 
Tanner joins Nick to talk about his projects, react-query and react table, and discuss scratching your own itch in a maintainable way with open source. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Retool – Retool is a low-code platform built specifically for developers…
 
Notes Brad and Richard get their very first guest! Todd Austin, an Engineering Manager at Creative Market, joins them to talk about transitioning from a software developer to an engineering manager. He discusses the pros and cons of being a manager, how he approaches learning people management, and talks a bit about his successful open source proje…
 
torchdeploy is a way of running multiple Python interpreters inside the same process. It can be used to deploy Python PyTorch programs in situations where the GIL is a problem, not the CPython interpreter. How does it work, and what kind of challenges does it pose for people who want to write code that calls from C++ to Python? Further reading. How…
 
In this episode, we talked with Fabricio Brito, a Fullstack Developer from Brazil that got hired in Toronto. He told us all about his experience getting hired, working remotely for a Canadian company, and how his relocation process to Canada is going. Also, he shared essential tips about how he created a 6-month project to get prepared for an oppor…
 
Given two separately refcounted objects, how can you arrange for each of them to stay live so long as the other is live? Why doesn't just having a strong-strong or strong-weak reference between the two objects work? What is object resurrection in CPython? What's a finalizer and why does it make things more complicated? How does Python GC work? Furt…
 
Claudia Maciel grew up in a small farming community in California and had dreams of exploring the world. She went to college full of enthusiasm and curiosity - eager to discover what she was most passionate and interested in. In her first year, she enrolled in an intro to computer programming course but was the only girl and the only Mexican in the…
 
What is mobile selective build? Why are we so obsessed with reducing binary size? How does selective build work? Why doesn't static linking just work? Why can't you just read out the ops used in a TorchScript model to determine what operators you actually need? What are the tradeoffs of statically determining the operator dependency graph versus tr…
 
Are you up to speed on all of this new CSS stuff? Chris Coyier and Kaelan compare notes on CSS and frontend development (they also discuss MDN plus). Links https://chriscoyier.net https://twitter.com/chriscoyier https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Houdini https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Masonry_Layout https://styled-system.com htt…
 
Here's Part 1 of My Houston-Size Conversation with Hugo Vrsalovic Hugo Vrsalovic is the founder of Life Is Wonderful. Hugo V. has met difficult challenges in his life that allows him to relate to people who are dealing with similar struggles. With over 20 years in recovery from gambling and alcohol along with being in therapy for 7 years, he truly …
 
Eric Simons from Stackblitz joins the JSJ panel to discuss the game changing technology announced at Google.io this year. What they demonstrated was their ability to run NodeJS in the browser using new technology called Web Containers. However, the implications go well beyond the realities of running Node in the browser. Eric and the panel dive int…
 
In this episode of Semaphore Uncut, I talk with Dave Thomas, author of The Pragmatic Programmer, and many other well-known software engineering books. We discuss how software engineering has changed over many decades and how Dave's experiences have informed his attitudes to testing. Key takeaways: Software is both abstract and changes the real worl…
 
In This episode we talk about the quirks that come with being a developer with Tyler Hawkins, senior software engineer at Workfront, and the author of the very fun and cheeky post, “I Wish I Never Learned to Code.” Tyler talks about how statistics led him to coding, the pros and cons of working in a silo versus working in a team, and some of the in…
 
Eric Simons and the StackBlitz team recently announced WebContainers which let you run Node.js natively in your browser! This has BIG implications and leaves us with many BIG questions like: how did they do it, why did they do it, and where does it go from here? Tune in! Keyword: BIG Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, g…
 
Notes Brad is a Twitch Affiliate and Richard is stream curious. They discuss streaming platforms, hardware, chat bots, overlays, and tips on how to become a successful streamer. Links Twitch Twitch - Brad Garropy YouTube vs Twitch Brad's Uses Page Brad's Twitch Bot Brad's Twitch Overlays Hue SDK YouTube - James Perkins Collabstream Brad's AMA Twitc…
 
Why does PyTorch use code generation as part of its build process? Why doesn't it use C++ templates? What things is code generation used for? What are the pros/consof using code generation? What are some other ways to do the same things we currently do with code generation? Further reading. Top level file for the new code generation pipeline https:…
 
Chuck dives into the 3 essentials for getting the next successful outcome you want in your career. Whether that's something simple like a raise or something more complex like going freelance, you can achieve it by working on 3 main areas. First, building skills. The most obvious type of skills you'll need is technical skills. However, don't neglect…
 
Why is autograd so complicated? What are the constraints and features that go into making it complicated? What's up with it being written in C++? What's with derivatives.yaml and code generation? What's going on with views and mutation? What's up with hooks and anomaly mode? What's reentrant execution? Why is it relevant to checkpointing? What's th…
 
Debarghya and Poulami are both Fullstack developers from India. He got to know VanHack first and referred his wife using our invite a friend program. They both got a job in Germany through VanHack and are now starting a new chapter in their lives. In this episode, they shared their experience, hiring process, relocation, and tips to help you get hi…
 
What is __torch_function__? Why would I want to use it? What does it have to do with keeping extra metadata on Tensors or torch.fx? How is it implemented? Why is __torch_function__ a really popular way of extending functionality in PyTorch? What makes it different from the dispatcher extensibility mechanism? What are some downsides of it being writ…
 
Dan worked as a freelance sign language interpreter for nearly two decades. He has always had an affinity for visual learning and languages in particular. And in high school, he remembers observing that sign language itself was a visual language. Once in college, he finally took a sign language class and discovered how incredible it is to express s…
 
You walk into the whiteboard room to do a technical interview. The interviewer looks you straight in the eye and says, "OK, can you show me how to add the elements of two lists together?" Confused, you write down a simple for loop that iterates through each element and adds them together. Your interviewer rubs his hands together evilly and cackles,…
 
In this episode, we talk to Eve Porcello about her experience teaching web development and Moon Highway, a training and curriculum development company she runs with her husband, Alex Banks. Links https://twitter.com/eveporcello https://moonhighway.com https://www.linkedin.com/learning https://graphqlworkshop.com https://www.howtographql.com https:/…
 
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