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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 ...
 
What does it take to run a small creative business? What even is a "back end"? It can be a bit of a mess; we know, because we run them. This podcast goes behind the scenes, providing in-depth conversations with other photographers and wedding creatives on how they approach things. Even during a global pandemic.
 
WordPress from Install to Publish. WPwatercooler is a live video and audio roundtable discussion from WordPress professionals from around the industry who offer tips, best practices, and lively debate on how to put the content management system to use. WPwatercooler is part of the WPwatercooler Network - WPwatercooler, WPblab, The WordPress Marketing Show, Dev Branch Hosted by WordPress developer Jason Tucker, the weekly panel includes the following WP experts as well as over 500 guests sinc ...
 
The talking with Apples podcast is all about mobile development and inviting community members to come and chat about cool things happening in the mobile space. We will be covering Android, iOS, Machine Learning for Mobile and evening backend technologies used to power mobile apps. The show is hosted my Peter-John Welcome.
 
Hi there, Alex Nghiem here. Since 1989, I have been selling high-end products, ranging from $100K to $4 million [I sold my first business in 2000]. I am also an active real estate investor and have an information business coaching real estate investors [with products ranging from $1,000 to $15,000].
 
Learn some advanced capabilities within PowerShell. You may have been told that you can't: Change Execution Policy, Collect Data from Users through a GUI, Generate Computer Certificates, and more with PowerShell. The reality is you can do this and much, much more. In this series, learn advanced techniques for bringing your PowerShell to life with pop-up GUI dialogs, effective and high performance loops and more. Plus a bonus, many examples will leverage PowerShell for Azure so you will get a ...
 
Laid back talk about software design-patterns, software architecture, programming languages, and tech news. I’m a full stack software engineer with experience in embedded software, mobile app development, web, and backend services. Subscribe and invite your computer programming friends to listen along.
 
Vizidrix is a custom software development company based in Portland, Oregon. We work with partners to build solutions using the latest languages, tools and technologies for Mobile, Web, Embedded, Cloud and Backend technologies. We enjoy supporting the community that helps us thrive by publishing screencasts, videos, podcasts as well as hosting and attending local user groups.
 
I have a deep belief that all lasting change begins on the inside and works its way out. I believe that lasting success is a combination of doing the deep personal work and having a business philosophy that is in alignment with your core values. I believe that, ultimately, the business that will give you the most joy and profitability is the one that is based on referrals and repeat business. I believe that becoming a referable person may be one of the most rewarding and challenging quests t ...
 
This is a podcast by two web.dev dads in Sweden. We are very involved in running, maintaining and being a part of the Swedish Laravel community. That is where this podcast sprung from, the LaravelSE community. But we are about so much more than just Laravel, we also love frontend development, backend development, solution architecting, all things web, tech and gadgets. Besides talking about all of the things above, we also chitchat about being dads, life, hipster-ing and much more. Note: We ...
 
So the big question is this: How do documentary filmmakers who don’t have shitloads of money, or have won in the lottery, find money and investors to make their films and get what they believe in out to the world. And yet still, get to earn some money at the backend. That is the question in this podcast, and we’ll give you the answers. GonzoDocs’ Documentary Secrets is a resource run by Audun Amundsen.
 
InkHouse’s InkCast podcast delves into trending issues shaping the world of public relations. Here at InkHouse, we like to have one foot in the future. With that in mind, expect this podcast to explore everything, from shifts in the media landscape, to what’s new in the world of social, to reporter insights, to industry deep dives. And most importantly, why all this matters to you.
 
Scott Paton, Author of Podcasting Unleashed, shares cutting-edge strategies for marketing your business online. Internet Marketing Consultant with 7 years experience working with small to medium size businesses and entrepreneurs. Looking to take your business online or start an Internet business? Email Marketing, Adsense, Adwords, PPS, SEO, Keyword research, copywriting, and backend sales are some of the topics covered in the Podcasts, past, present and future. Scott Paton will explain them ...
 
Software development podcast. Developer hosts Lee Flannery and Jorge Eduardo welcome a guest each week to discuss coding practices, languages, technology, system architecture, and responsible consulting. Check us out on Twitter at @releasecast and on the web at http://releasemode.com.
 
GUSH is a forum hosted by two urban suburban moms eager to gather and share news about health, well-being, lifestyle and family. Karen Martin, an Emmy nominated producer and Dr. Felicia Stoler, America's Health and Wellness expert have produced a podcast thats digs deep to give listeners the tools to strengthen body and mind.
 
Jack Wolf began his career as a neurosurgeon, being one of the youngest Doctors to graduate from North Western University in 1987. From medical school, Jack went straight into the Air Force, where he sustained a serious back injury while saving the lives of his crew in a bomb accident. The Air Force considered his actions so heroic he was given the Air Force Commendation Medal for valor. Jack was unable to return to his medical practice after his injury and thus began his new career as a tra ...
 
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This was such a generous conversation. We discuss working in teams, systems, longievity, engagement, making people feel welcome. And geek out about productivity software! Also, USE A PASSWORD MANAGER! Mentioned: Revue - great email software Zapier - if you know you know Airtable I had a bit of an audio buzz in a lot of this ep that I had to remove …
 
Quick show notes Our Guest: Gareth McCumskey What he'd like for you to see: Serverless' Components feature His JAMstack Jams: JAMstack and Serverless help build things with low-code. Check to see if there's a solution out there for what you need to solve a problem. His Musical Jams: Jinjer - Pisces This week's sponsor: Auth0 This week, we've got Au…
 
Ionic’s very own Ely Lucas swings by to chat to Alyssa, Chris & Brooks about NestJS, the node framework that’s winning over devs in the Angular community and beyond. The panel dive into the docs, learning about how Nest allows developers to structure powerful backends with a syntax that will make Angular devs in particular feel right at home. Spons…
 
After a brief hiatus we are back! In this episode Mike and I review our season, talk about some of the trends we saw, and relive some of our best trips from 2020. We want to thank everyone for listening and especially those who sat down with us. We are stoked to bring you guys some new content and we have some spectacular guests lined up! As always…
 
Some familiar threat actors--both nation-states and criminal gangs--return to the news: Venomous Bear, Charming Kitten, Wizard Spider, and Maze. Mike Benjamin from Lumen looks at the Mozi malware family. Our guest is Neal Dennis from Cyware on why it's time for organizations to step up their data sharing. And Big Tech’s day on Capitol Hill involved…
 
US authorities warn that North Korea’s Kimsuky APT is out and about and bent on espionage, with a little cryptojacking on the side. As the US elections enter their endgame, observers point out that the appearance of hacking can be just as effective for foreign influence operations as the reality. CISA continues to tweet rumor control and election r…
 
EI-ISAC reports a curious election-related phishing campaign, widespread, but indifferently coordinated and without an obvious motive. Nitro discloses a “low impact security incident.” A breach at a law firm affects current and former Googlers. Finnish psychological clinic Vastaamo dismisses its CEO for not disclosing a breach promptly. Ben Yelin l…
 
We cover the news then talk with Milada Majáková about combining Elixir and art. Milada came new to Elixir from Architecture and Graphic Design. We reject the idea that people are either logical or artistic but not both. She shares her journey, what it was like learning Elixir as a first programming language, creating generative art using Elixir an…
 
Asaad Saad has 16 years of experience in Web Development. He has worked with big companies in the Middle East including (Amazon Middle East, Yahoo Middle East, and Abu Dhabi Government). He joined MIU University in 2014. He works as an assistant professor of computer science and program director of the Masters’ in Software Development Program. In t…
 
In this episode of Views on Vue, Lindsay and Steve talk with Daniel Roe, CTO of Parent Scheme, about the Vue 3 Composition API. They discuss what the composition API is, and how it simplifies development of features in Vue. Daniel is also working on composition API hooks for Nuxt, and we dive into how these hooks work to enable SSR with Vue 3. We t…
 
In this episode of Ruby Rogues, Joe Santos Garcia from CodingPhase joins the panel to talk about how to successfully get into coding and grow into a coding career. He talks about growing his YouTube channel, membership site, and deciding where you want to land in your career. Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-d…
 
Asaad Saad has 16 years of experience in Web Development. He has worked with big companies in the Middle East including (Amazon Middle East, Yahoo Middle East, and Abu Dhabi Government). He joined MIU University in 2014. He works as an assistant professor of computer science and program director of the Masters’ in Software Development Program. In t…
 
In this episode of React Round Up, Tanner Linsley, co-founder of startup Nozzle.io, and most known lately for his OSS project React Query, joins the panel today to discuss how he was inspired to create React Query to simplify data-fetching and state management in React applications. Just a few months after releasing React Query to the dev community…
 
This week the panel is joined by Mark Volkmann to discuss Svelte and how it compares and differs from front-end frameworks such as React and Angular. Mark has written a book and has given talks about Svelte and also about Sapper, an application framework built on top of Svelte. He explains to the panel how Svelte components are defined differently …
 
In this episode of Elixir Mix, we are joined by inimitable Luke Imhoff who takes us on a wild journey through his background from low-level, to high-level and straight back into compiler land as we work our way towards talking about Lumen. And what a conversation that is. WebAssembly, working group politics, sneaking binaries into the enterprise an…
 
In this episode of Adventures in .NET, the panel discusses creating Udemy developer courses and .NET Core APIs with course author Taurius Litvinavicus Sponsors CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers CacheFly Panel Shawn Clabough Caleb Wel…
 
In this episode of Adventures in DevOps, the panel is joined by Robert Merget, a PhD student at Ruhr-University Bochum and Maintainer of TLS-Attacker. He joins us to talk about Racoon Attack, a timing vulnerability in the TLS specification that affects HTTPS and other services that rely on SSL and TLS. He will walk us through how it works, and what…
 
Asaad Saad has 16 years of experience in Web Development. He has worked with big companies in the Middle East including (Amazon Middle East, Yahoo Middle East, and Abu Dhabi Government). He joined MIU University in 2014. He works as an assistant professor of computer science and program director of the Masters’ in Software Development Program. In t…
 
The US Treasury Department sanctions a Russian research institute for its role in the Triton/Trisis ICS malware attacks. Coordinated inauthenticity with a commercial as well as a political purpose. The Clean Network project gains ground in Central and Eastern Europe. Rob Lee from Dragos on insights on the recent DOJ indictments of Russians allegedl…
 
This week, Isaac Butler talks with journalist and cartoonist Joe Sacco. Sacco is a Maltese-American cartoonist and journalist best known for his comics journalism. His books Palestine and Footnotes in Gaza have been critically praised and have won him several awards, including the American Book Award. His most recent book is Paying the Land. They t…
 
Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at the University of Tulsa Sal Aurigemma shares how his interest in how things worked shaped his career path in nuclear power and computers, Being introduced to computers in high school and learning about the Chernobyl event led Sal to study nuclear engineering followed by time in the Navy as a su…
 
Ben-Gurion University researchers have developed a new artificial intelligence technique that will protect medical devices from malicious operating instructions in a cyberattack as well as other human and system errors. Complex medical devices such as CT (computed tomography), MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) and ultrasound machines are controlled …
 
Energetic Bear is back, and maybe getting ready to go berserk in a network near you, Mr. and Mrs. United States. Someone’s selling publicly available voter and consumer information on the dark web. Sanctions against the GRU for the Bundestag hack. The US sanctions Qods Force and associated organizations for disinformation efforts. Johannes Ullrich …
 
This week on WPwatercooler we’re discussing the ways in which Google is really wanting you to add Stories to your WordPress website using Web Stories Accessibility and marketing go hand in hand. It may not seem that way at first, but how do you divorce the user’s experience from your product’s marketing? Can people find your website, use it, and ge…
 
Ben Ilegbodu joins Divya, Suz, & Amal to talk about introducing TypeScript at Stitch Fix, why TypeScript and React work well together, building component libraries, and more. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Rollbar – We move fast and fix things because of …
 
Emailed election threats to US voters are identified as an Iranian influence operation, disruptive, and so more in the Russian style. Both Iran and Russia appear to be preparing direct marketing influence campaigns. Cyber criminals are also exploiting US election news as phishbait. Seedworm is said to be ‘retooling.” Caleb Barlow from Cynergistek o…
 
In this video I discuss the new Uber Backend Architecture that they deployed to process payments and jobs and orders. https://youtu.be/mL0fzj7e6WURevolutionizing Money Movements at Scale with Strong Data Consistencyhttps://eng.uber.com/money-scale-strong-data/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hnasr/message…
 
TrickBot came back, but so did its nemesis from Redmond--Microsoft and its partners have taken down most of the new infrastructure the gang reestablished. CISA publishes election rumor control. The Cyberspace Solarium Commission has a white paper on supply chain security. Japan says it will take steps to secure next summer’s Olympics. Joe Carrigan …
 
Supporting the show: I decided to stop taking sponsors for the show because I think advertisements are annoying and no one wants to listen to them.If you do want to support the show, the best way to do it is to check out our products: Tailwind UI, a collection of professionally designed, fully responsive HTML components built with Tailwind CSS. Sta…
 
Does your webhost have a staging server? Have you ever heard of a staging server? In this episode we’re going to show you how using a staging server for updates to your WordPress website can be quite handy and save yourself some time and frustration. Watch the episode or tag a friend if they would get something out of it. Panel: Jason Tucker @jason…
 
America’s NSA reviews twenty-five vulnerabilities under active exploitation by Chinese intelligence services. The UK’s NCSC accuses the GRU of more international cyberattacks. The US Justice Department brings its long-expected anti-trust suit against Google. Ben Yelin examines overly invasive company Zoom policies. Our guest is Jessica Gulick from …
 
This week we’re discussing CloudFlare’s Automatic Platform Optimization for WordPress Panel: Jason Tucker @jasontucker Steve Zehngut @zengy Sé Reed @sereedmedia Jason Cosper @boogah 📗Check out Bridget’s new book "Keys to Being Social: Being Real in a Virtual World" https://amzn.to/2HZELOq Sponsor: Desktop Server - ServerPress https://serverpress.co…
 
We cover the news then talk with German Velasco about his free book "Test-Driven Development with Phoenix". He shares his experiences of learning TDD at ThoughtBot, his writing process, tips and more. On TDD, we talk about the benefits we see, the process of “Red Green Refactor”, tools and even when we don’t do it. Some great insights! Show Notes o…
 
In this episode of the iPhreaks Show, Azam and Chuck sit down and talk about the Reactive programming patterns and MVVM that go into building applications using SwiftUI in ways that allow the applications to be responsive, easy to test, and to grow. The discussion ranges through RxSwift and Combine to MVVM patterns that SwiftUI leads to and some of…
 
In this episode of The Freelancers Show, Petra walks through several mistakes she sees freelancers and small service providers make on their websites which prevents you from getting good prospects from your website efforts. If you’ve ever spent a lot of time building your website but not seen a return on your website, you might be making one or mor…
 
We talk about the Pros and Cons of using a database directly vs using an abstraction layer, common mistakes, optimistic concurrency, and a nice tangent into programming concurrency models to top it off. Sponsors Faithlife | Now Hiring Software Developers Audible.com CacheFly Panel AJ ONeal Aimee Knight Charles Max Wood Steve Edwards Special Guest V…
 
Connor Rigby of Nerves fame joins our motley crew to talk about the new Blue Heron library that brings Bluetooth Low-Energy/BLE to Nerves. He goes deep, he goes wide. We learn a lot. And beyond that we cover the Spawnfest darling we know as Bakeware that creates single static binaries from Elixir projects and some Flutter. We almost fall into car t…
 
In this continuation of last week’s episode, Jason Weimann delves deeper into Unity. We discuss how to get into Unity, working with the ecosystem and the benefits of using Unity to develop games. Jason offers up a ton of great gems in this episode. Sponsors CodeRush for Visual Studio | FREE 30-DAY TRIAL Raygun | Click here to get started on your fr…
 
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