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Elixir ConfigCat SDK and mix test.in - EMx 147

Randy Coulman joins the Mix this week to discuss ConfigCat's SDK for Elixir. Since ConfigCat doesn't have an Elixir SDK, they built one internally in their application. Randy discusses how that worked out and how you could do that if your services don't offer Elixir SDK's. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Allen: Plangora __ __ Flying High With Flutter __ __ Teach Me Code __ __ Contact Sascha: __ __

41m
Oct 06, 2021
React Do's and Don't's - RRU 158

This week the panel discusses several Do's and Don't's for your React Apps that are lessons they've learned building React applications over the years. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Jack: __ __ Contact Paige: __ __ Contact TJ: __ __

49m
Oct 06, 2021
RUX: JSX-Style Rails View Components - RUBY 517

Cameron Dutro joins the Rogues to discuss RUX, a system for managing your View Components in Rails in a similar way to how React uses JSX to manage its Component views. He discusses how it works, how it goes together, and what inspired it. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Darren: __ __ Contact Luke: __ __ Contact Valentino: __ __

1h 13m
Oct 06, 2021
Talking Vue and Other Things with Andrew Welch of devmode.fm - VUE 167

Steve sits down with Andrew Welch of the devmode.fm podcast and they cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from Andrew’s history with web development and his own companies, to VueJS, Nuxt and Vite, how he uses them with CraftCMS, and what’s he’s looking forward to with Nuxt 3. In addition they discuss the history of a couple of HTML response codes, and Andrew’s unique way of asking guests to explain their subjects on his own podcast. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

53m
Oct 05, 2021
Javascript and the Blockchain with Max Kordek - JSJ 503

Steve and AJ talk with Max Kordek, founder of his startup Lisk, which is geared towards helping JavaScript developers use the blockchain to develop new applications for new industries. We delve deep into the origins and base technologies of the blockchain, how it has been used, and how it can be used in the future. They also discuss Lisk, it’s purpose, and how Max hopes their SDK will be used by developers to explore the blockchain and find brand new applications for it. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact AJ: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

1h 14m
Oct 05, 2021
Want To Pair Up? - .NET 089

In this episode of Adventures in .NET we have a special guest join us to talk about pair programming. When you hear the term pair programming it may conjure up ideas like efficiency, learning, discomfort or maybe even that it is a waste of time. A lot depends on the (two or more) developers who are pair programming together. We look into different reasons why you might want to try pair programming and discuss some ways to get the most out of the practice. There are certainly pros and cons to pair programming but with the right approach it can be useful for you and your team. Have you done any pair programming? What did you think about it? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast https://twitter.com/dotNET_Podcast. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Caleb: __ __ Contact Wai: __ __ Contact Shawn __ __

32m
Oct 05, 2021
TypeScript Mixins - AiA 327

Armen takes the lead this week to discuss TypeScript usage and how to bring in mixins into the picture as you build more complicated applications with TypeScript. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Armen: __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ 

45m
Sep 30, 2021
Open Source and DevSecOps ft. Will Kelly - DevOps 087

Will Kelly is a technical writer who joins the adventure to discuss bridging the gap between open source, development, and DevOps. He explains the personal and technical skills needed to help folks understand the need for using Open Source software and how developers and DevOps practitioners can communicate about the security concerns around complimentary practices of the two groups with the realms of their jobs. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Will: __ __

57m
Sep 30, 2021
Onboarding and Transitioning into Elixir - EMx 146

The Elixir Mix panel takes the helm to talk about helping onboard and transition new developers onto an Elixir team. They discuss helping developers who may not have an Elixir background. They also advise Chuck on how to make a career transition since he's considering a jump into an Elixir job from his current role as a Rails developer. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Allen: Plangora __ __ Flying High With Flutter __ __ Teach Me Code __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Sascha: __ __

51m
Sep 29, 2021
How to Stay Current and Learn New Things ft. Charles Max Wood - RRU 157

Charles Max Wood from Top End Devs joins the round up to discuss his strategies and tactics to get the career you want by keeping current on technologies and learning new things. He explains how to determine what you want in your career. Going and building things, and continuing your learning journey. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Jack: __ __ Contact Paige: __ __ Contact TJ: __ __

54m
Sep 29, 2021
Docker and Ruby ft. Huzefa Biyawarwala - RUBY 516

Huzefa Biyawarwala joins the Rogues to discuss developer tooling around Docker and how it's used with Ruby and Rails. The Rogues join in and discuss the ways they've used Docker in their own setups and how they deploy apps using Docker and how Docker is used on their own development environment. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact John: __ __ Contact Luke: __ __ Contact Valentino: __ __

59m
Sep 29, 2021
Talking About Hygen and Docuvaluate with Henry Eze - VUE 166

Steve and Solomon talk to Henry Eze about Hygen. Hygen is a generic file generator that allows you to dynamically generate files, such as Vue templates, tests, and any other file needed in a project. In addition, they talk about Docuvaluate, an AI-based program Henry is working on that is used to evaluate contract language and structure. As always, they wrap up the show with picks, including Steve’s famous dad jokes of the week. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Solomon: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

41m
Sep 28, 2021
Advocate For Yourself ( Part 2 ) - .NET 088

  In today's episode we talk with G. Andrew Duthie about his career and how he went from developer to advocate. You can sum this episode up in one word, passion. Whether it is for blogging, user groups, video tutorials, or 3D printing if you have a passion for what you do it makes all the difference. Andrew has been passionate about development for a long time and that has opened up opportunities for him to reach more people and introduce more developers to .NET. Do you have something you are really passionate about? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast https://twitter.com/dotNET_Podcast. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Caleb: __ __ Contact Wai: __ __ Contact Shawn __ __

46m
Sep 28, 2021
DevOps for JavaScript ft. Will Button - JSJ 502

Our very own Will Button from Adventures in DevOps joins us to discuss DevOps in JavaScript. Will also hosts his own YouTube channel discussing DevOps for Developers and is a consultant helping early stage startups getting their applications set up and scaling. He joins the panel to help the Jabber panel understand how to make Node and JavaScript deploy, scale, and grow. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Aimee: __ __ Contact AJ: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

45m
Sep 28, 2021
All Things TypeScript ft. Wycliffe Maina - AiA 326

Wycliffe Maina is a Kenyan developer who has written several articles about TypeScript. He joins the adventure to discuss the ins and outs and several tips and tricks for using TypeScript in your Angular and other applications. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Armen: __ __ Contact Subrat: __ __

46m
Sep 23, 2021
Do DevOps Engineers Need to Know How to Code? - DevOps 086

The Adventures in DevOps panel take over and discuss whether or not DevOps Engineers need to know how to code. The panel offers their perspectives on the pros and cons of knowing how to code and the limitations placed on DevOps Engineers who don't know how to code and the tradeoffs of spending time on code versus other skills that can pay off for your customers. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Jillian: __ __ Contact Will: __ __

39m
Sep 23, 2021
How Far Can You Push a GenServer ft. Brian Underwood - EMx 145

Brian Underwood joins the mix to discuss his recent project where he created a game that would push more and more load onto a genserver to see at what point the performance and usability begins to degrade. The discussion includes an exploration of what this means as your application grows. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Allen: Plangora __ __ Flying High With Flutter __ __ Teach Me Code __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Sascha: __ __

49m
Sep 22, 2021
Composing Layouts for React ft. Travis Waith-Mair - RRU 156

Travis Waith-Mair joins the round up to discuss how to compose layouts in React and the bedrock tools and principles that build up good layouts in React. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Jack: __ __ Contact Paige: __ __ Contact TJ: __ __

47m
Sep 22, 2021
Containerizing and Moving Apps to Kuberetes ft. Michael Orr – RUBY 515

Michael Orr joins the Rogues to discuss how to move applications into Docker for development and production environments in Kubernetes. He walks the panel through the process of orchestrating a Rails setup in Kubernetes that you can run in the cloud. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Darren: __ __ Contact Luke: __ __ Contact Valentino: __ __

58m
Sep 22, 2021
Monitoring Performance and Core Web Vitals ft. Bianca Grizhar and Sumitra Manga - JSJ 501

Bianca and Sumitra from Raygun join the panel to talk about Core Web Vitals and how tools like Raygun can help keep tabs on and monitor your performance stats as you change your web application to get you better results on Google. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Aimee: __ __ Contact AJ: __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Dan: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

1h 24m
Sep 21, 2021
Adoping Vue at Wikimedia with Eric Gardner - VUE 165

Lindsay and Steve talk with Eric Gardner, Senior Software Engineer at the Wikimedia Foundation, about his journey from graphic design to Vue and the adoption of Vue at the Wikimedia Foundation. They discuss the challenges faced in MediaWiki, the core application behind Wikipedia, and how and why the foundation moved to adopt Vue as its frontend framework of choice. They also discuss some of the future developments at the Foundation, as well as some of the challenges that they still face. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Lindsay: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

1h 0m
Sep 21, 2021
Advocate For Yourself - .NET 087

In today's episode we talk with G. Andrew Duthie about his career and how he went from developer to advocate. You can sum this episode up in one word, passion. Whether it is for blogging, user groups, video tutorials, or 3D printing if you have a passion for what you do it makes all the difference. Andrew has been passionate about development for a long time and that has opened up opportunities for him to reach more people and introduce more developers to .NET. Do you have something you are really passionate about? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast https://twitter.com/dotNET_Podcast. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Caleb: __ __ Contact Wai: __ __ Contact Shawn __ __

48m
Sep 21, 2021
DevOps for Development Environments ft. Yitaek Hwang - DevOps 085

Yitaek Hwang joins the adventure to discuss how he sets up development environments using well-understood open source tools that allow developers to understand and troubleshoot their own setups. This also allows devops to manage these setups in ways that mirror production. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Will: __ __

48m
Sep 16, 2021
Managing and Capturing Errors in Angular ft. Philipp Kief - AiA 325

Philipp Kief is a German developer who walks through how to manage and capture errors in your Angular application and how to display them to users. He discusses how he standardized error handlers in his applications and what he does to make sure that they get logged someplace. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Richard: __ __ Contact Subrat: __ __

57m
Sep 16, 2021
Run NextJS and Node in the Browser ft. Eric Simons - RRU 155

Eric Simons joins the round up to discuss the latest advancements made by StackBlitz that enables you to run NodeJS in the browser. Eric expands that to the work they've done with the NextJS team to run NextJS in the browser without the need to have a server in the background. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Jack: __ __ Contact Paige: __ __ Contact TJ: __ __

50m
Sep 15, 2021
Building Mobile Apps and Ruby ft. Maxwell Anselm - RUBY 514

Maxwell Anselm discusses the options that he's found to build multi-platform mobile applications. The panel chimes in on different options. Maxwell also goes into how he uses Ruby in non-Ruby codebases. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Darren: __ __ Contact Dave: __ __ Contact John: __ __ Contact Luke: __ __

1h 2m
Sep 15, 2021
Pluralsight, Courses, and Elixir the Big Picture ft. AJ Foster - EMx 144

AJ Foster is a developer at Pluralsight. He talks about the course he made for Pluralsight about Elixir and then talks about how Elixir was brought into Pluralsight, both into their catalog of courses as well as into the tech stack for the company. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Allen: Plangora __ __ Flying High With Flutter __ __ Teach Me Code __ __ Contact Eric: __ __ Contact Sascha: __ __

43m
Sep 15, 2021
Deep Dive into Nuxt with Mike Gallagher - VUE 164

Lindsay and Steve talk to Mike Gallagher, Software Architect at Hip eCommerce, about his blog post exploring server-side rendering and how Nuxt functions under the hood. They explore Mike's specific use case of needing to manage routing on the client, rather than the server, and how he was able to find a solution. They also discuss how Mike approaches difficult problems like this, and how he determines the next steps to find a solution. They explore some of the intricate details of Nuxt, including how Mike's company handles caching with Nuxt and other production use cases. PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Lindsay: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

56m
Sep 14, 2021
How Do You Grow? - .NET 086

Most developers we know are constantly learning new things and growing their skills. Jort Rodenburg has been a book reviewer for Manning for several years and was approached to write a book on C# which he thought would be a great opportunity to grow. His book, Code like a Pro in C#, was a great learning experience for him and is intended to help bridge the gap between beginner and advanced developers. We discussed the process of writing the book, some of the resources he used and his favorite chapter. What is the best way you have found to grow as a developer? Let us know on Twitter at @dotnet_Podcast. https://twitter.com/dotNET_Podcast PANEL __ __ GUEST __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Caleb: __ __ Contact Wai: __ __ Contact Shawn __ __

44m
Sep 14, 2021
Episode 500 Celebration! - JSJ 500

The JavaScript Jabber panel teams up to discuss their favorite moments and episodes over the last nearly 10 years of the show. They discuss where things are at and where they're going next. PANEL __ __ SPONSORS __ __ LINKS __ __ PICKS __ __ Contact Aimee: __ __ Contact AJ: __ __ Contact Charles: __ __ Contact Dan: __ __ Contact Steve: __ __

1h 4m
Sep 14, 2021