Best refactoring podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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We talk about everything that has something to do with improving big Rails apps.
 
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Refactor Your Body
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Refactor Your Body is a podcast produced by DevLifts aiming to provide valuable information and interviews for developers to help you live a healthy life and stay motivated on your fitness journey.
 
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Refactor
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A conversation about technology, development, and any other related topics of interest.
 
GoRails is a series of screencasts and guides for all aspects of Ruby on Rails. Learn how to setup your machine, build a Rails application, and deploy it to a server.
 
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Get Up and CODE
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Refactoring your life
 
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Inside iOS Dev
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Inside iOS dev is a weekly show about real world iOS development. Your hosts, Alex and Andrew, talk about their experience working on a legacy codebase that supports thousands of monthly users. They discuss everything from implementing specific features, to creating flexible designs, to utilizing refactoring techniques, and more. This is THE show for professional iOS developers.
 
The Smalltalk programming language is not only the first pure object oriented language, but has been the birthplace for many of today's best practices in software development including agile methods, design patterns, unit testing, refactoring and incremental development. In the Smalltalk Reflections podcast, David Buck and Craig Latta guide you through the world of Smalltalk covering topics from basic object oriented principles to software testing, version control and deployment techniques. ...
 
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Episode 28 of the Modern Agile Show features an interview with Arlo Belshee, a pioneering agilest who is constantly pushing the boundaries of agility, from planning to programming. Arlo was at the deliver:Agile conference in Austin, Texas to talk about mastering legacy code via ultra-safe refactorings. Arlo describes “recipes” that people can e ...…
 
Top Links Version 6 of Angular Now Available (Stephen Fluin) Modeling the Card Game War in C# Part 1 – Background and Rules (Matthew Jones) What are JetBrains Annotations – and how to get them? (Maarten Balliauw) F# Tooling Support for AWS Lambda (Norm Johanson) Web & Cloud Development Why Responsive Web Design? (Chris Love) Azure Functions Rec ...…
 
Transcript …there. How are you doing? All right. I am talking about, “A Theory of Functional Programming,” which is a book that I’m working on, and this is actually me working on it right now. I am going to talk about the topic, and hopefully, the transcript will turn into my book. I talked about a lot of things last time. That was last Friday, ...…
 
In this episode, we dive a into some code katas and walk through a coding exercise. We’ll talk about sites we like to challenge ourselves with to keep our skills sharp. What is a code kata? It’s a term for an exercise coined by Dave Thomas (not the Wendy’s guy) in the Pragmatic Programmer. The name kata is a Japanese word referring to the pract ...…
 
This month on the Cucumber Podcast, we speak about The Screenplay Pattern. As John Ferguson describes it on his [site](http://serenity-bdd.info/docs/articles/screenplay-tutorial.html), "the Screenplay Pattern is a powerful and elegant approach to designing and implementing automated tests, providing a number of improvements over more traditiona ...…
 
When companies migrate to the Cloud, they are literally changing how they do everything in their IT department. If lots of customers exclusively rely on a service, like us-east-1, then they are directly impacted by outages. There is safety in a herd and in numbers because everybody sits there, down and out. But, you don’t engineer your applicat ...…
 
Brian talks with Josh Stella (@joshstella, CEO of @FugueHQ) about what DevSecOps means, how companies manage the tension between Developer agility and Operations stability, how to codify Governance via code, and early steps to success in DevOps culture. Show Links: Fugue Homepage Josh Stella, Infrastructure as Code (on theCUBE) Infrastructure G ...…
 
In this episode, we answer a question from Dan Wagner, a member of our Slack community, about scaling inverted rows. Fit Picks Chalk Shot Hyde Park Gym Shameless Plugs Sign up for a Personalized Fitness Plan. Use coupon code PODCAST to get $50 off! Connect with Us Twitter: @DevLifts Instagram: @DevLifts Website: https://devlifts.io Special Podc ...…
 
Learn the Strategy Pattern The Strategy design pattern is one of the most fundamental and commonly-used patterns in modern object-oriented design. Take some time to make sure you're proficient with it. Sponsor - DevIQ Thanks to DevIQ for sponsoring this episode! Check out their list of available courses and how-to videos. Show Notes / Transcrip ...…
 
This week Dave starts development on his prototype Unity game. Joe learns how to add SteamVR to a Unity project. Dave discusses Fallout 4 VR and Joe finally got a Switch. Contact us Joe on Twitter Dave on Twitter Email: vrhermits@gmail.comBy Dave Ramsey, Joe Simpson.
 
Ben is entering the last week of The 30-Day Code Quality Challenge. He has enjoyed getting the challenges out each day and seeing participants engage with the content. In the future he is deciding whether to personalize the programming languages or to remain language agnostic. The next cohort of the Challenge will start January 3, 2018, and Ben ...…
 
Primitive Obsession Primitive Obsession describes code in which the design relies too heavily on primitive types, rather than solution-specific abstractions. It often results in more verbose code with more duplication of logic, since logic cannot be embedded with the primitive types used. Sponsor - DevIQ Thanks to DevIQ for sponsoring this epis ...…
 
Ben and Derrick are joined by guest Adam Wathan, an esteemed software developer, writer, speaker and entrepreneur from Ontario, Canada. He is the creator of Tailwind CSS, author of Refactoring to Collections and host of the Full Stack Radio podcast. Listen in as he shares how he built his own products over time and became an independent entrepr ...…
 
On today's episode we discuss "Redesigning Laravel.io" An article by Adam Wathan and Steve Schoger from the Refactoring Ui blog on Medium. "Good design creates succinct code. Styling things well, consistently across the board. You should be able to apply less styles beause they apply to more than one item” - Amy Dutton , Designer/Developer at Z ...…
 
Panel: Charles Max Wood Dave Kimura Eric Berry David Richards Special Guest: David Richards In this episode, the Ruby Rogues speak with a return guest, Ben Orenstein. Ben gives an update on leaving the company he worked for ThoughtBot, to pursue entrepreneurial aspirations. He most recent work is a call Refactoring Rails. Ben speaks about the w ...…
 
Today I talk a little about refactoring as practice for programming and how it relates to writing.
 
We're back with another installment as we challenge ourselves to compare how we'd each spend $2,500 on developer gear as Allen waxes on about the loudest quiet keyboard, Joe teaches us how cheese is made, and Michael puts some neon on his computer.
 
Ben keeps us posted on the Refactoring Rails course launch progress and shares his continuing sales metrics and marketing strategies. He is considering experimenting with free samples, bundling and cross-promoting going forward. For his next project, Ben is creating a new course called The 30-Day Code Quality Challenge, which goes live on Novem ...…
 
Ben keeps us posted on the Refactoring Rails course launch progress and shares his continuing sales metrics and marketing strategies. He is considering experimenting with free samples, bundling and cross-promoting going forward. For his next project, Ben is creating a new course called The 30-Day Code Quality Challenge, which goes live on Novem ...…
 
Ben’s course sales are still going strong, and he shares his updated sales metrics and the purchasing trends of his customers. He also spoke on the Ruby on Rails podcast recently to discuss the course and his experience making it. Ben is scheduled to give a talk at the DC Ruby Users Group on February 16, 2018. He is now trying to think of what’ ...…
 
Ben has officially launched his course Refactoring Rails. He is pleased with his choice of back-end tools including Gumroad for fulfillment. Ben shares his course launch metrics including email success rate, sales numbers and revenue. Early feedback has been positive and the Ruby community has been very supportive. He also discusses his expecta ...…
 
A wonderful discussion with David Hussman. David and Brian look back at what all we've learned in XP, TDD, and other Agile methodologies, where things have gone awry, how to bring the value back, and where testing fits into all of this. How to build the wrong thing faster Agile vs Agility Product vs Process Where testing fits into software deve ...…
 
Ben has finalized the logo for his Refactoring Rails course and is currently getting the intro/outro animations and the sales site designed. He also finished the notes for all the videos and was very pleased with the final edit quality. The launch date for RefactoringRails.io is October 16th, 2017. He is still considering options for his post-l ...…
 
Ben is coming back from a restorative vacation in Martha’s Vineyard and loves the vibe there. He is enjoying his Vitamix blender and the Dr. Rhonda Patrick micronutrient smoothie. In Refactoring Rails news, Ben is committing to a launch date of October 16th. He is also scheduled to speak at three different conferences before the launch, and is ...…
 
Brandon, Brian, and Ryan discuss supporting open-source communities, Ryan's first React native app, roles in developing software, MidwestJS, and Twitter followees. BONUS: iPhone 8 rumors after show! 00:01:40 | Follow Up Ian R Buck from PodKit episodes 29 and 30. 00:05:39 | Topics Every day, we rely on digital infrastructure built by volunteers. ...…
 
Caleb helps Daniel get his refactoring wish-list in order. Daniel FINALLY finished Ziggy, a package for Laravel Named Routes in Javascript. Links: [5.5] Allow custom pivot accessors by themsaid · Pull Request #20411 · laravel/framework Ziggy: Use your Laravel named routes in JavaScript — Ziggy creates a Blade directive which you can include in ...…
 
There is no shortage of options out there for doing error and crash reporting for mobile apps, but Bugsee takes a different approach, providing a more visual and deeper set of reporting and diagnostics. In this episode we talk to Alex Fishman, founder and CEO of Bugsee, and dig into what they're offering for mobile developers. Special Guest: Al ...…
 
Host Kevin Greene and guest Steve Marquess, Co-Founder of the OpenSSL Foundation discuss the resource and funding challenges for OpenSSL. In addition, Steve provides updates on the refactored and improved version of OpenSSL 1.1 release
 
Photo credit: Papaver rhoeas on Unsplash From Photography to Plugins In this episode, I am chatting with Robin Cornett about her journey into plugin development. Robin started as a photographer who built her own website. Since those early days, she has created some very useful plugins, and is a contributor to the Genesis Framework. Robin Cornet ...…
 
Kdenlive goes on a diet, Ubuntu developers question the viability of Wayland, and openMeet makes video conferencing dead simple. All this plus your feedback! Subscribe: (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Colour key – Venn Pedro Mathieu Jordan Is it really? http://www.androidauthority.com/android-linux-784964/ Well, Android is as ...…
 
Scotty and John record this episode while preparing a BBQ. They talk about accessibilbity , internationalization, refactoring , unit testing, code review and functional programming.
 
Scotty and John record this episode while preparing a BBQ. They talk about accessibilbity , internationalization, refactoring , unit testing, code review and functional programming.
 
Are you making decisions about what technologies and patterns are used in your software product? Today I'd like to talk about some considerations you may wish to entertain when you select technology for use on a product being delivered to customers with software. Evolving software architecture to adapt to product growth can help your team deliv ...…
 
Jack & Nick discuss what's new in iOS 11 for Developers, Xcode 9, refactoring in Swift 4, being lazy about watching WWDC videos, and ARKit experimentation. Swift Archival & Serialization What's New in iOS 11 for Developers AppCode Nick on Giant Robots Drag & Drop AR Ruler Apple Acquires SensoMotoric Instruments Tobii STING…
 
This week Ben has been trying new productivity techniques and studying different systems of workflow. He finished a new course video on Page Objects, and has sketched out a second video to hit his pre-vacation goal. He also released a re-edit of his first video, and is strategizing on how much material to drip out in promoting the course. He’s ...…
 
On the 7th episode of Emacs.el, Amin joins Daniel as the co-host and theyinterview Jorgen Schäfer, creator of Elpy, Circe, and someother awesome packages. Download: MP3 Ogg Watch: YouTube Show Notes Elpy is a package that’s meant to ease Python development by bringingIDE-like capabilities into Emacs. These include code-completion, refactoring,v ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: The Healthy ProgrammerSubtitle: Get Fit, Feel Better, and Keep CodingAuthor: Joe KutnerNarrator: Don AzevedoFormat: UnabridgedLength: 5 hrs and 54 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 06-30-17Publisher: Spoken Word IncRatings: 4 of 5 out of 3 votesGenres: ...…
 
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