Month: August 2018

0-0x How I Built Microservices In Go In 30 Minutes

How I Built Microservices In Go In 30 Minutes We always hear how Go is a simple language, how it can enable developers to be productive. In this talk, we’ll start from scratch and develop a production-ready service in Go, using the standard library, a few popular libraries, instrument it,…
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0-0x Interviewing, Fast and Slow: Use Behavioral Science to Ace Tech Interviews

Interviewing, Fast and Slow: Use Behavioral Science to Ace Tech Interviews As developers, we’re used to getting near-instant feedback on the quality of our work. The test either passes, or it doesn’t. As a result of that quick feedback loop, we consistently improve our coding ability. More time equals more…
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Manipulating images in PHP using GD

Manipulating images in PHP using GD The internet would be pretty dull without images. However, maintaining and manipulating hundreds or thousands of images for your web site can be a headache. As your site design changes, you might need to modify all your images—for example, you might need to convert…
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0-0x Using Postgres to \watch Star Wars!

Using Postgres to \watch Star Wars! Star Wars is a movie, and Postgres is a database. And what better way to watch a movie than using only a database? I mean, aside from in a theater, or on a TV, or on a tiny airplane screen, or… So while I…
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Autodrive Project – Computerphile

Autodrive Project – Computerphile Does driverless technology have a place in public transport? These guys at Aurrigo think so. https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: https://bit.ly/nottscomputer Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran’s Numberphile. More…
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How to Use Material Design in Angular 6

How to Use Material Design in Angular 6 Angular has evolved over the years and new exciting features have been continuously added to each version. One of the improvements is in Material Design, which comes with new components. This tutorial will look at Angular Material and how to incorporate it…
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0-0x Design Patterns: Python vs Java

Design Patterns: Python vs Java Software design is hard. That’s why we invented design patterns. Design patterns abstract common approaches to problem solving into generic approaches that can be modified to suit the application at hand. Many of the design patterns in common use today are inspired by static object-oriented…
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0-0x Debunking Myths About the Deep Links

Debunking Myths About the Deep Links “Imagine a Web without URLs. That’s how mobile apps world looks like without deep links.” – VentureBeat. According to AppSight data, only 41% of top Android apps have deep links implemented. Why? It is not obvious how you can leverage them beyond basic cases…
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How to Use the Symfony Filesystem Component

How to Use the Symfony Filesystem Component In this article, we’re going to explore the Symfony Filesystem component, which provides useful methods to interact with a file system. After installation and configuration, we’ll create a few real-world examples of how to use it. The Symfony Filesystem Component More often than…
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0-0x Analyzing and Reducing Ruby Memory Usage

Analyzing and Reducing Ruby Memory Usage Memory usage can be difficult to analyze. In this presentation we will cover different techniques for analyzing memory usage of a Ruby process including in-process analysis tools as well as system level tools. After doing memory analysis, we’ll look at some ways to reduce…
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Ansible Integrations at AnsibleFest

Ansible Integrations at AnsibleFest AnsibleFest is fast approaching! We couldn’t be more excited to be holding our 13th AnsibleFest in Austin, TX. This year’s AnsibleFest is on track to be the biggest one ever. Ansible is the proverbial Swiss Army knife in the office desk drawer. The Ansible Integrations track…
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0-0x When To Go Deep In Computer Vision… and How || Irina Vidal Migallón

When To Go Deep In Computer Vision… and How || Irina Vidal Migallón We’re in a transitional time where it is not always clear whether (Deep) Neural Networks are the best way to solve a given problem – even in Computer Vision. This talk discusses practical steps, tools and practices…
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Code Your First API With Node.js and Express: Connect a Database

Code Your First API With Node.js and Express: Connect a Database Build a REST API With Node.js and Express: Connecting a Database In the first tutorial, Understanding RESTful APIs, we learned what the REST architecture is, what HTTP request methods and responses are, and how to understand a RESTful API…
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0-0x This Is How Docker Works, The Fun Way!

This Is How Docker Works, The Fun Way! Almost everyone uses docker, but without really knowing what it is or does under the hood. To be fair, it just works and the whole thing with namespaces and images is a dry topic. The most important thing to know is, docker…
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0-0x Vue Development In CodeSandbox

Vue Development In CodeSandbox Have you tried developing your VueJS applications in CodeSandbox? Watch this talk to learn how you can do it! EVENT: VueJS Amsterdam 2018 SPEAKER: Ives van Hoorne PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Vuejs Amsterdam 2019 – Buy…
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Google Flutter From Scratch: Animating Widgets

Google Flutter From Scratch: Animating Widgets Animations, when used correctly, can make a huge difference in how users perceive your app. An app with lots of quick, subtle animations tends to look a lot more polished and professional than one without. On Google Play, an overcrowded marketplace, that can mean…
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Get Started With Node.js Express in Our New Course

Get Started With Node.js Express in Our New Course Express is one of the most popular frameworks for building web applications in Node. In our new course, Get Started With Node.js Express, you’re going to learn Express from the ground up. If you haven’t had a chance to look into…
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0-0x The Bumpy Road to Universal JavaScript

The Bumpy Road to Universal JavaScript Since the mid 90s, developers have struggled to build web applications that can be executed both on the client and the server. And still today, even with Node.js and virtual DOM libraries like React, this can be quite challenging. In this talk, we’ll look…
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Brendan Eich on Creating JavaScript in 10 Days, and What He’d Do Differently Today

Brendan Eich on Creating JavaScript in 10 Days, and What He’d Do Differently Today Millions of developers use a programming language today that was created in just 10 days during the hustle and bustle of the dotcom boom. JavaScript creator Brendan Eich re-visited the roots of his language in some…
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0-0x The State of React Native (2018)

The State of React Native (2018) React Native has been around for almost 5 years and has helped many developers build amazing Mobile Applications. In this talk, we will look at the current state of React Native with a whirlwind tool of its internals. We will also look at the…
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