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Best Prog Languages podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Prog Languages podcasts we could find
Updated March 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 ...
 
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!
 
A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches seventh grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her first year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in marketing 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!
 
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 ...
 
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)
 
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.
 
Short lectures on software development with Node.js, JavaScript, and React. Start listening from 1, e.g., 1, 2, 3, ..., 15 for better learning experience because this podcast is more like an audio course or an audio book than a normal podcast.Node University and its creator Azat Mardan tells you about advantages of using Node.js and why its such an absolutely, positively, amazingly awesome technology.Watch on YouTube, Node University, or listen on Google Play, Stitcher or iTunes: https://nod ...
 
Learn how to program using the Java programming language. This podcast will teach you step by step how to use the Java programming language to create your own applications or web applications! These Java tutorials are presented in plain English and explain all of the important Java programming concepts needed to excel in the field of software.
 
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A discussion about Paul Hudson’s Swift for Good book project, which 100% benefits charity, with a few of the people involved — Kate Castellano, Paul Hudson, Chris Lattner and Bas Broek. Hosted by Kate Castellano Paul Hudson Chris Lattner Bas Broek Edited by Andrew Litteken Links Swift for Good Black Girls Code Hacking with Swift Live Special Effect…
 
Ok, so the world is not the same as it used to be. We woke up one day and became remote workers. How does this affect our day-to-day, and what does it mean for the Java Ecosystem. Come join us as we discuss the woes of the crew juggling kids, family, work, and social distancing. Some are natural introverts (but not all!) and how the stay-in-place o…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Arjan Tijms (@arjan_tijms) about: loosing touch to application development, runtime vendor vs. application developer perspective,micro optimisations are pointless,moving in cycles, NoSQL, not only SQL, New SQL,developer productivity vs. runtime efficiency,the essential set of dependencies,virus scanners and deployme…
 
With our campus closed due to COVID-19 and distance learning in full swing, Kelly and Sean discuss the brighter side of all these sudden changes to education. The sudden shift to distance learning for much of the world has introduced more than a few challenges, but many opportunities arise as well. Kelly and Sean talk about the importance of using …
 
With radio astronomy, we can look across many light-years of distance and see incredible details such as the chemical makeup of a given region. Kevin Vinsen and Rodrigo Tobar from ICRAR are using the world's fastest supercomputer along with some sweet Python to process the equivalent of 1,600 hours of standard-definition YouTube video per second. L…
 
With radio astronomy, we can look across many light-years of distance and see incredible details such as the chemical makeup of a given region. Kevin Vinsen and Rodrigo Tobar from ICRAR are using the world's fastest supercomputer along with some sweet Python to process the equivalent of 1,600 hours of standard-definition YouTube video per second.Fu…
 
With most of us working from home for the first time (or for a long time), we thought it’d be a good idea to share our experiences and opinions on how to manage it. We discuss how to optimize your location, your schedule, your communications, and the rest of you life during these stressful times. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Rollbar – We move…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Kevin Cadieux and Sy Brand. They first discuss a blog post on Memory Access Patterns and the Clang 10 release. Then they talk about C++ Build Insights, Kevin tells us how vcperf can be used to find places where build performance can be improved in your code. Sy then goes over some of the other recent updates to Visual St…
 
In Episode 30 In this episode, we dive into How Magento is Evolving and chat with Magento evangelist Ben Marks. Topics The free magazine issue courtesy of Adobe and Magento. An interview with Ben Marks on how Magento went from an open-source project to its acquisition, the value of the community and ecosystem, how Magento 2 changed the landscape, h…
 
Chris and Amos kick this week off with a discussion on the challenges of working from home. Chris thinks you loose a lot of fidelity when you move to remote work. Way more than anyone wants you to believe. Plus you need to get used kids yelling all the time. After a brief detour to discuss Ben Franklin's lesser known contributions to science, Amos …
 
Chris Biscardi and I talk about using the platform — what happened in the browser while we were webpacking all-the-things-in-js. We talk about the future of JavaScript meta frameworks, a return to Rails, serverless provider lock-in, and the value of content creation in an economic downturn. Featuring Chris Biscardi — Twitter, Website, Github, egghe…
 
Philip Poots is the VP of Engineering at ClubCollect, a FinTech startup in Amsterdam. He is a Pareto product programmer, remote advocate and a self proclaimed dilettante. His recent talk, "Rediscovering Ruby" was a big point of discusssion between Brittany and him. Links for this episode: ClubCollect - have a financially healthy organisation Unders…
 
PHP Internals News: Episode 46: str_contains() London, UK Thursday, March 26th 2020, 09:09 GMT In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Philipp Tanlak (GitHub, Xing) about his str_contains() RFC. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml, you can download this episode's MP3 file, and it's availab…
 
Sponsored by us! Talk Python courses & pytest book. Topic #0: Quick chat about COVID 19. Brian #1: Documentation as a way to build Community Melissa Mendonça “… educational materials can have a huge impact and effectively bring people into the community.” Quality documentation for OSS is often lacking due to: decentralized development documentation…
 
Programming languages are dynamically typed or statically typed. In a dynamically typed language, the programmer does not need to declare if a variable is an integer, string, or other type. In a statically typed language, the developer must declare the type of the variable upfront, so that the compiler can take advantage of that information. Dynami…
 
Daniel Caldas is a Portuguese developer working and living in Singapore. He learned to code in high school programming in Pascal. He moved up to the university and that's where he encountered JavaScript. He wound up doing a bunch of design work, static websites, and jQuery. He explains his journey and learning methods leading to a job working for Z…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th - register now! Dave Karow is a developer evangelist for Split. He dives into how you can deliver software sustainably without burning out. His background is in performance and he's moved into smooth deliveries. He pushes the ideas behind continuous delivery and how to avoid getting paid to stay late in …
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th - register now! In this episode of Views on Vue, guest, Matt Brophy of Urban Outfitters speaks about how they do progressive form enhancement, and also dynamic Vuex modules for dynamic pages. Panel Lindsay Wardell Austin Gil Steve Edwards Guest Matt Brophy Sponsors Cloudways | Use promo code "DEVCHAT" fo…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 14th to 15th - register now! Dave Karow is a developer evangelist for Split. He dives into how you can deliver software sustainably without burning out. His background is in performance and he's moved into smooth deliveries. He pushes the ideas behind continuous delivery and how to avoid getting paid to stay late in …
 
Recording date: 2020-01-28 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker Laurie Barth @LaurieOnTech Resources: Peacock Plugin for vscode instructional video by Laurie Barth Jekyll to Gatsby Readable Code at ng-Conf by John Papa Peacock extension for VS Code Meet Laurie at DevIntersection Conditional …
 
Summary Running a successful business requires some method of organizing the information about all of the processes and activity that take place. Tryton is an open source, modular ERP framework that is built for the flexibility needed to fit your organization, rather than requiring you to model your workflows to match the software. In this episode …
 
Get started with Vue Test Utils Guest information Lachlan Miller Twitter @Lachlan19900 Github [Blog/Website](vuejs-course.com/) Book about Vue testing Picks: Talks from Vue Amsterdam, Vue 3 source code, the movie "Parasite". Name: Jessica Sachs Twitter @_JessicaSachs Github Website: https://jessicasachs.io [00:00:49] Jessica and Lachlan give a brie…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Bastian Sperrhacke (@deratzmann) about: 80286,qbasic,CLI,Turbo Pascal, if-thens and "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?",inhouse outsourcing with sister,playing Prince of Persia,MS DOS games, memory management with autoexec.bat and config.sys,taking a Macromedia Flash class ...at army,programming a beer shop in a JavaSc…
 
Have you come across a GitHub repo with a Jupyter notebook that has a "Run in Binder" button? It seems magical. How does it know what dependencies and external libraries you might need? Where does it run anyway? Like all technology, it's not magic. It's the result of hard work by the people behind mybinder.org. On this episode, you'll meet Tim Head…
 
Tom Preston-Werner (co-founder of GitHub, board member at Netlify) joins the party and brings his new, opinionated, full-stack, serverless web app framework with him. Will Redwood help usher in the future Tom predicted back in 2018? We discuss that and a whole lot more on this must-listen episode. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Rollbar – We mov…
 
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: “Using websockets for notification.” We wander in…
 
Kelly and Sean stream their show on Twitch as the world moves to quarantines and distance learning. What does this mean for teaching and coding? Learn about the things we took home from our classroom and how we are planning to teach in this new COVID-19 quarantined world. Support Teaching Python Links: Lightform LF2: The AR projector — It’s a proje…
 
Have you come across a GitHub repo with a Jupyter notebook that has a "Run in Binder" button? It seems magical. How does it know what dependencies and external libraries you might need? Where does it run anyway? Like all technology, it's not magic. It's the result of hard work by the people behind mybinder.org. On this episode, you'll meet Tim Head…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Jussi Pakkanen. They first discuss the ongoing effects that the Corona Virus is having on the C++ Community. Then they talk to Jussi Pakkanen who gives them an update on what's changed in Mesonbuild since he was first on show 201 episodes earlier. Jussi also shares some info about the Meson Manual which is available as a…
 
Chris is doing a lot of blocking and tackling, which, it turns out, isn’t about pulleys. For the purposes of this discussion, blocking and tackling means adding telemetry events to elixir projects. Neither Amos or Chris want to be the ones who have to work out these details and would rather play with chatbots. The main topic this week is abstractio…
 
We learn from Maggie Appleton about mental models, conceptual metaphor theory, culture, creative thinking, drawing a box, and how it all comes together in her incredible Egghead course artwork. Featuring Maggie Appleton — Twitter, Website, Dribbble chantastic — Twitter, Website, GitHub Links egghead Build an App with React Suspense — my suspense co…
 
Andy Croll is CTO at CoverageBook & AnswerThePublic, Rubyist, conference organizer of Brighton Ruby, author, speaker, bootstrapper & twin dad. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Andy had to pivot this year's conference into a new experience. He and Brittany discuss the details and the potentially lasting effects on the community. Links for this episode:…
 
PHP Internals News: Episode 45: Language Evolution Overview Proposal London, UK Thursday, March 19th 2020, 09:08 GMT In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Nikita Popov (Twitter, GitHub, Website) about the Language Evolution Overview Proposal RFC. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml, you …
 
Sponsored by Datadog: pythonbytes.fm/datadog Brian #1: Advanced usage of Python requests - timeouts, retries, hooks Dani Hodovic, @DaniHodovic “While it's easy to immediately be productive with requests because of the simple API, the library also offers extensibility for advanced use cases. If you're writing an API-heavy client or a web scraper you…
 
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. This episode is sponsored by About You ABOUT YOU is a fashion online shop, but a tech company first. More than 1⁄3 of their employees are developers. The > ​150 developers,​ originating from 30 different nations, ​ensure that their >​ 8 million app…
 
Dan Shappir takes the lead and walks the panel through the history of JavaScript and a discussion on ES6, TypeScript, the direction and future of JavaScript, and what features to be looking at and looking for in the current iteration of JavaScript. Panel AJ O’Neal Aimee Knight Charles Max Wood Steve Edwards Dan Shappir Sponsors Taiko - free and ope…
 
Dan Shappir takes the lead and walks the panel through the history of JavaScript and a discussion on ES6, TypeScript, the direction and future of JavaScript, and what features to be looking at and looking for in the current iteration of JavaScript. Panel AJ O’Neal Aimee Knight Charles Max Wood Steve Edwards Dan Shappir Sponsors Taiko - free and ope…
 
Chris O’Sullivan joins the Rogues to talk about the people who influenced Ruby and how it’s shaped the community and technology we have today. Panel Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura John Epperson Guest Chris O'Sullivan Sponsors Resolve Digital ____________________________________________________________ "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Develo…
 
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