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0-0x Moving From Legacy To Event-Driven With Kafka

Moving From Legacy To Event-Driven With Kafka One of the biggest problems when dealing with legacy is any change to the software might break the old system. Refactoring is usually slow and dangerous. In this talk I will discuss how we successful migrated an ancient legacy project to an event-driven…
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Musical Glove – Computerphile

Musical Glove – Computerphile The MiMu electronic glove musical instrument inspired Helen Leigh to create a kids version; the MiniMu – We caught up with her at EMF Camp. Find out more about Helen & MiniMu: http://bit.ly/C_MusicGlove Mantis Hexapod: Coming Soon ‘MIDI’ music box: https://youtu.be/-GC3tJzbuYo https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This…
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Testing Android User Interfaces With Espresso

Testing Android User Interfaces With Espresso In this post, you’ll learn about how to write UI tests with the Espresso testing framework and automate your test workflow, instead of using the tedious and highly error-prone manual process.  Espresso is a testing framework for writing UI tests in Android. According to the…
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Internet Performance Myths that Sabotage SaaS Application Performance

Internet Performance Myths that Sabotage SaaS Application Performance Pej Roshan Pej Roshan is VP of Products for Teridion with over 20 years of experience in marketing and product management. Prior to joining Teridion, Pej ran product management for the Aruba Networks business unit responsible for delivery of cloud-based network management.…
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Should you choose React Native/Flutter or Native Mobile Tech (Java/Swift)?

Should you choose React Native/Flutter or Native Mobile Tech (Java/Swift)? In this video, I’ll try to clear out whether you should choose react native or flutter or similar tech OR should you go entirely on native mobile app development. This is especially important for small companies and startups for a…
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Big Data for Dogs: A Case Study

Big Data for Dogs: A Case Study Data analytics is eating the world — in the same way that dogs munch down delicious mouthfuls of doggie kibble. There’s no stopping the digital transformation that’s disrupting our world. But like baffled and bemused pet owners, we can smile proudly and enjoy…
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0-0x Making C Less Dangerous

Making C Less Dangerous With the kernel written in C, it comes with some worrisome baggage, “undefined” behaviors, and other weaknesses that lead to security flaws and vulnerable infrastructure. Some of these weaknesses related to the design of chipsets and how close C is to machine code, but others are…
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0-0x JavaScript @ Uber

JavaScript @ Uber Join this session for a deep dive on how Uber leverages JavaScript across its engineering orgs. From building frontend properties with a full JavaScript stack using express and react to the tools and infrastructure we use to automate best practices. EVENT: jsday 2017 SPEAKER: Dustin Whittle PERMISSIONS:…
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This Week in Programming: Are You AMPed?

This Week in Programming: Are You AMPed? Can you feel it? That tingling sensation? The excitement? Are you amped for Google AMP? I would say that some of you out there are decidedly NOT amped about about Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages initiative and you’re saying it loud. Before we go…
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0-0x Decentralized Web: Story of Storj

Decentralized Web: Story of Storj Storj is an open source, decentralized file storage solution. It uses encryption, file sharding, and a blockchain-based hash table to store files on a peer-to-peer network. The goal is to make cloud file storage faster, cheaper, and private. EVENT: Open Source Summit 2018 SPEAKER: Shawn…
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0-0x Whats New in ASP NET Core

Whats New in ASP NET Core Let’s dive into what’s new in ASP.NET Core! In this session we’ll take a look at the new features in the latest ASP.NET Core preview, including improved support for building descriptive Web APIs, HTTP/2, a new in-process IIS hosting, support for health checks, and…
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Context: PagerDuty Summit and Microsoft Azure DevOps

Context: PagerDuty Summit and Microsoft Azure DevOps This week on The New Stack Context podcast we’re talking with Emily Freeman, the new CloudOps advocate for Microsoft about PagerDuty Summit in San Francisco this week. Also joining us today is TNS founder and editor-in-chief Alex Williams and TNS managing editor Joab…
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Context: PagerDuty Summit and Microsoft Azure DevOps

Context: PagerDuty Summit and Microsoft Azure DevOps This week on The New Stack Context podcast we’re talking with Emily Freeman, the new CloudOps advocate for Microsoft about PagerDuty Summit in San Francisco this week. Also joining us today is TNS founder and editor-in-chief Alex Williams and TNS managing editor Joab…
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Code n00b: Fight for Your Right to jQuery

Code n00b: Fight for Your Right to jQuery These days there is so very much blind, burning hate directed toward jQuery, Lodash and similar libraries. I get it — most of the functionality they were invented to provide we can now simply create with ECMAScript’s built-in standard functions. But: if…
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Code n00b: Fight for Your Right to jQuery

Code n00b: Fight for Your Right to jQuery These days there is so very much blind, burning hate directed toward jQuery, Lodash and similar libraries. I get it — most of the functionality they were invented to provide we can now simply create with ECMAScript’s built-in standard functions. But: if…
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0-0x State Animations: Getting Them Right

State Animations: Getting Them Right Animations are hard. Watch this talk to learn how to animate in VueJS. EVENT: VueJS Amsterdam 2018 SPEAKER: Eduardo San Martin Morote PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to publish this video. CREDITS: Vuejs Amsterdam 2019 – Buy your earlybird tickets now!…
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Why Build Colossus? (Bill Tutte) – Computerphile

Why Build Colossus? (Bill Tutte) – Computerphile Cracking the code was only half the battle, to keep the upper hand, the counting had to be automated – enter Colossus! – Professor Brailsford takes up the story. https://ift.tt/1aX3XdN Tweets by computer_phile This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer…
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Use Service Virtualization to Trim SaaS Testing Costs

Use Service Virtualization to Trim SaaS Testing Costs Daniel Giordano At SmartBear Software, Daniel Giordano is Product Marketing Manager, ReadyAPI, the integrated suite of applications for API testing that delivers accurate, fast, safe, and on time web services. Dan drives the go-to-market strategy, product messaging, and sales enablement for the…
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Azure IoT Edge: A Technology Primer

Azure IoT Edge: A Technology Primer Edge computing is gradually evolving to become the next wave of cloud computing. The new approach solves some of the inherent problems identified with the traditional cloud computing delivery model. Some of the key advantages of edge computing are: Low-latency access Edge computing exposes…
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Stackery’s Ecosystem Manager on Listening to People in Tech

Stackery’s Ecosystem Manager on Listening to People in Tech Twistlock sponsored this podcast. The concept of helping organizations deploy to serverless faster and with fewer resources is straightforward. But underneath the platform Stackery offers, of course, is a lot of heavy-lifting development work that goes into creating the necessary code.…
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