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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
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 sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her third year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mark ...
 
Dive into JavaScript and Web development stories with hosts John Papa, Ward Bell, Craig Shoemaker, and Dan Wahlin. Web Rush is 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 Web Rush. Sponsored by AG Grid and Nrwl.io
 
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!
 
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.
 
Test & Code is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Okken. The show covers a wide array of topics including software engineering, development, testing, Python programming, and many related topics. When we get into the implementation specifics, that's usually Python, such as Python packaging, tox, pytest, and unittest. However, well over half of the topics are language agnostic, such as data science, DevOps, TDD, public speaking, mentoring, feature testing, NoSQL databases, end to end testing, au ...
 
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)
 
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How do you build Python applications that can handling literally billions of requests. I has certainly been done to great success with places like YouTube (handling 1M requests / sec) and Instagram as well as internal pricing APIs at places like PayPal and other banks.While Python can be fast at some operations and slow at others, it's generally no…
 
Jon and Ben take a look at the features of the Rust 1.50 and 1.51 releases. 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 Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Ema…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Prof. dr. Matjaz Juric (@matjazbj) about: ZX Spectrum 48k,loading apps from cassettes,playing games,enjoying Space Invaders,switching from Basic to assembly,switching to C-64,implementing application for exams at elementary school, starting to structure programs,getting serious with Schneider PC,creating bookkeeping…
 
How do you build Python applications that can handling literally billions of requests. I has certainly been done to great success with places like YouTube (handling 1M requests / sec) and Instagram as well as internal pricing APIs at places like PayPal and other banks. While Python can be fast at some operations and slow at others, it's generally n…
 
Links from the show: https://wiki.php.net/todo/php81 [VOTE] noreturn type - Externals 4 tips for context switching in Git | Opensource.com Git's Best And Most Unknown Feature - YouTube Git - git-worktree Documentation The FBI Is Now Securing Networks Without Their Owners’ Permission This episode of PHPUgly was sponsored by: Cloudways, managed cloud…
 
Jerod & Feross learn all about htmx (a pragmatic approach to web frontends) and _hyperscript (an experimental scripting language inspired by HyperTalk) with special guest Carson from Big Sky Software. Thanks to Rajasegar Chandran for requesting this episode! Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, an…
 
After Jason talked about his side project last week, he tells us he had to abandon Stripe checkout and did something else instead, and Chris announced he just did a Stripe Checkout video for GoRails this week. Joining us on today’s episode, we have Joel Hawksley, an Engineer at GitHub and creator of ViewComponent. We learn what ViewComponents are, …
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by David Millington from Embarcadero. They first discuss a blog post on Thread Sanitizer and a very unique implementation of unique_ptr. Then they talk to David Millington from Embarcadero about C++ Builder, it's history and the state of the tool today. Including some of its extensions built into their version of Clang. New…
 
Brent Simmons returns to the show to discuss multi-threading and concurrency, and how to make good use of tools like Grand Central Dispatch. Also, building NetNewsWire in the open, the current state of SwiftUI, and the type of responsibilities that senior developers typically have. Sponsors NordVPN: Make your Internet connection private and secure,…
 
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. This episode is sponsored by Scout APM - Laravel Monitoring and more that identifies slow database queries, memory leaks, and slow custom code. Show links Create controllers with a custom stub in Laravel 8.36 Anonymous migrations in Laravel 8.37 Th…
 
Recording date: 03/16/2021 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker Brandon Roberts @BrandonRoberts Brought to you by AG Grid Narwhal Visit nx.dev to get the preeminent open-source toolkit for monorepo development, today. Resources: NgRx NgRx Platform on GitHub NgRx on Twitter Discord for NgRx S…
 
PHP Internals News: Episode 81: noreturn type London, UK Thursday, April 15th 2021, 09:09 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Matthew Brown (Twitter) and Ondrej Mirtes (Twitter) about the "noreturn type" RFC. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml, you can download this episode's MP3 …
 
Coming up with a testing strategy doesn't have to be stressful. Prioritizing features to test, and generating test cases for each feature can be fairly quick and painless. This episode covers a strategy for both that can be applied to many types of software. Sponsored By: PyCharm Professional: Try PyCharm Pro for 4 months and learn how PyCharm will…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us! Support our work through: Our courses at Talk Python Training pytest book Patreon Supporters Special guests: Gwendolyn Faraday Gwendolyn’s YouTube Brian #1: Coverage.py (5.6b1) and third-party code Problems If you put your virtual environment in the same directory as your code,…
 
This week we get back on track and chat with Christopher Di Bella from Google about working on the Chrome OS toolchain - including his newly finished concepts implementation. We talk a bit about the practicalities of bringing C++ 20 features to compilers, interoperating GCC and Clang and how to deal, portably, with std libraries that can’t be imple…
 
Nick Schwaderer co-hosts with Brittany this week. They discuss Nick's new job at Shopify (!), the interview process and working with the Ruby/Rails core team. They wrap with Nick's promise to discuss Stimulus but that quickly evolves to Hotwire. Links for this episode: Careers and Jobs at Shopify How to use Hotwire in Rails (Example) | GoRails Schw…
 
What do Rubyists need to know beyond the language fundamentals? What things about the language and its tooling will best serve developers working on projects in Ruby to help them navigate the code and avoid pitfalls that crop up in their apps. Luke, John, and Chuck walk through the ideas in within Ruby and the libraries and tools that ever Rubyist …
 
What do Rubyists need to know beyond the language fundamentals? What things about the language and its tooling will best serve developers working on projects in Ruby to help them navigate the code and avoid pitfalls that crop up in their apps. Luke, John, and Chuck walk through the ideas in within Ruby and the libraries and tools that ever Rubyist …
 
Adi Iyengar walks Eric and Chuck through the process of testing your plugs in your Phoenix Controllers. He leads out by explaining how most people approach testing plugs and some of the inherent problems and inefficiencies with the approach and then explains the way that he approaches testing them and testing Phoenix apps in general. Panel Charles …
 
In today’s episode of React Round Up, Nigerian-based developer Dillion Megida explains how you can create source plugins for Gatsby, the static site generation tool. Gatsby can be used to create landing pages, blogs and e-commerce sites, among other things, and it contains a vast plugin ecosystem that helps developers avoid reinventing the wheel wh…
 
In this episode, Sean and Kelly discuss their top 5 favorite Python libraries, and how they use these libraries in the classroom to reinforce student learning. From the standard library to teaching how to use pip, learn more about our favorite libraries to share with our students. Our lists: Sean Datetime random Matplotlib bullet Kelly Pillow Math …
 
Freek Van der Herten, Twitter - https://twitter.com/freekmurze Freek’s blog - https://freek.dev/ Spatie - https://spatie.be/ Marcel Pociot, Twitter - https://twitter.com/marcelpociot Beyond Code - https://beyondco.de/ Marcel’s website - https://pociot.dev/ Laravel Docs: Packages - https://laravel.com/docs/8.x/packages Spatie: Ray - https://spatie.b…
 
Ethan Garofolo is the author of Practical Microservices with Pragmatic Programmers. He starts out debunking the ideas behind pulling parts of a monolith into a different services and change function calls into HTTP calls. Instead, it's an approach that keeps things moving for development teams that solves several productivity issues. He breaks down…
 
Ethan Garofolo is the author of Practical Microservices with Pragmatic Programmers. He starts out debunking the ideas behind pulling parts of a monolith into a different services and change function calls into HTTP calls. Instead, it's an approach that keeps things moving for development teams that solves several productivity issues. He breaks down…
 
Lindsay and Steve discuss Web Workers with Martins Onuoha. They talk about Martins' start in programming, and how he came to love Vue for its simplicity. Martins explains what Web Workers are, when they are useful, and how to integrate them with a Vue application. Panel Lindsay Wardell Steve Edwards Guest Martins Onuoha Sponsors Dev Influencers Acc…
 
Summary One of the great promises of computers is that they will make our work faster and easier, so why do we all spend so much time manually copying data from websites, or entering information into web forms, or any of the other tedious tasks that take up our time? As developers our first inclination is to "just write a script" to automate things…
 
Arkadii Ivanov, Android Engineer at Bumble Engineering and Google Developer Expert for Kotlin takes us on a journey through his open-source projects MVIKotlin and Decompose. Find out about the Model-View-Intent architecture pattern, learn how Decompose helps write better declarative multiplatform user interfaces with Kotlin, and discover that time …
 
Amos, Anna, and Chris start off the show discussing the morality of making promises you can't keep, then spend the rest of the episode discussing the ups and downs of past conference talks. The Elixir Outlaws now have a Patreon. If you’re enjoying the show then please consider throwing a few bucks our way to help us pay for the costs for the show. …
 
Jerod and Nick discuss the big Deno news, play a ridiculous new game in honor of April Fool’s Day, then give shout outs to some awesome software projects we love. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Raygun – With Raygun Error and Performance Monitoring you hav…
 
[00:01:51] Jason tells us he’s been on “bug rotation” at Podia this week and he shares how they do it. [00:05:53] Chris explains how he was working on some Rewardful stuff. [00:08:00] Jason announces Andrea Fomera has released her Hotwire course and some great things that have happened with that. [00:12:05] Jason tells us about a new side project h…
 
Charles Max Wood started podcasting because it sounded fun and because he wanted to talk about technology. He learned pretty quickly that it got him access to people who understood the things he wanted to learn. The reasons changed over the years, as Charles explains before he talks about the big payoff he gets now from doing the podcasts. Panel Ch…
 
Charles Max Wood started podcasting because it sounded fun and because he wanted to talk about technology. He learned pretty quickly that it got him access to people who understood the things he wanted to learn. The reasons changed over the years, as Charles explains before he talks about the big payoff he gets now from doing the podcasts. Panel Ch…
 
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