Tag: #code

0-0x The Future of CSS: CSS Houdini

The Future of CSS: CSS Houdini Houdini CSS is a new collection of browser APIs which allow you to gain more access to your browser’s CSS engine. Watch this talk to learn more about it. EVENT: CSS Day 2017 SPEAKER: Tab Atkins View on YouTube

0-0x Data Visualization and Exploration with Python || Stephen Elston

Data Visualization and Exploration with Python || Stephen Elston Visualization is an essential method in any data scientist’s toolbox and is a key data exploration method and is a powerful tool for presentation of results and understanding problems with analytics. Attendees are introduced to Python visualization packages, Matplotlib, Pandas, and…
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0-0x Task processing, APIs, Big Data & JavaScript

Task processing, APIs, Big Data & JavaScript There’s tons of options for doing data processing in other languages like Java and Python. With actionhero.js, you can use Nodejs’s event loop model to create a scalable and cohesive API for processing and serving large amount of data. From the actionhero.js documentation,…
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0-0x Introduction To Data Analytics With Pandas || Quentin Caudron

Introduction To Data Analytics With Pandas || Quentin Caudron Data analytics in Python benefits from the beautiful API offered by the pandas library. With it, manipulating and analysing data is fast and seamless. In this workshop, we’ll take a hands-on approach to performing an exploratory analysis in pandas. We’ll begin…
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0-0x Solving Layout Problems With CSS Grid and Friends

Solving Layout Problems With CSS Grid and Friends CSS Grid Layout launched into the majority of our browsers in 2017. As designers and developers have started to use Grid Rachel has been answering a lot of questions about the specifications. In this talk she’ll answer some of the common questions…
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0-0x Build A WebApp and Turn It Into a PWA Using Browser API

Build A WebApp and Turn It Into a PWA Using Browser API Watch this coding lesson on how to build a simple WebApp and then turn it into a PWA using the browser API. Once you understand the ServiceWorker, you can use a library like workbox to help you build…
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0-0x Understanding Functions and ‘this’ In The World of ES2017

Understanding Functions and ‘this’ In The World of ES2017 The “this” keyword has long been a source of confusion, and new features added to JavaScript in recent years have muddled the picture even more. This talk will walk you through the details of how “this” works in the context of…
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0-0x Secrets Of Successful Teamwork: Insights From Google

Secrets Of Successful Teamwork: Insights From Google Several years ago, Google launched a big study to figure out what makes teams successful. Watch this video to find out what conclusions the researchers arrived to after studying more than 180 separates teams for the duration of several years. View on YouTube

0-0x Technically DDD (Domain Driven Design)

Technically DDD (Domain Driven Design) You might have heard of Domain Driven Design. You may have heard DDD is a tool to write readable and change-ready code. You may have even heard DDD comes with a lot of talking, and modelling, and customers… Starting with DDD sounds big, and scary,…
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0-0x Getting Started With JavaScript Bundling

Getting Started With JavaScript Bundling Integrating a build process into your web workflow for the first time is scary stuff. I’d like to give a conceptual overview of packaging JS in general. Start with “why to do it” then discuss “basic builds” to concat and minify compared with “intelligent bundling”…
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0-0x C++ Development with Visual Studio Code (2018)

C++ Development with Visual Studio Code (2018) If you’re looking for a fast and lightweight code editor, Visual Studio Code has you covered. Come get an overview of Visual Studio Code along with the C++ extension that enables editing, building, and debugging your C++ code across Windows, Mac, and Linux.…
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0-0x Getting Your First Developer Job

Getting Your First Developer Job Christine Phung will be talking about getting your first developer job! EVENT: Free Code Camp OKC 2018 SPEAKER: Christine Phung PERMISSIONS: Conference Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2RmjYX3gsE Techlahoma web-page: https://ift.tt/2GlFHa9 View on YouTube

0-0x Understanding Why The New V8 Is So Fast, One Demo At A Time

Understanding Why The New V8 Is So Fast, One Demo At A Time The entire V8 compiler architecture as well as large parts of the Garbage Collector where updated recently. TurboFan replaced Crankshaft, Orinoco now collects garbage in parallel whenever possible. Node.js v8 shipped with this new and improved version…
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0-0x Actually Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript

Actually Understanding Asynchronous JavaScript Reasoning about asynchronous code can be hard if you don’t understand the mechanics. It often trips up programmers with deep experience in other languages when they try their hand at client or server-side JavaScript. But, asynchronous JavaScript isn’t as hard as it seems once you learn…
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0-0x Thoughts On a More Powerful and Simpler C++ (5 of N)

Thoughts On a More Powerful and Simpler C++ (5 of N) Perhaps the most important thing we can do for C++ at this point in its evolution is to make sure we preserve its core strengths while also directing its evolution in ways that make it simpler to use. EVENT:…
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0-0x “Finally, JavaScript Is Easy!”

“Finally, JavaScript Is Easy!” JavaScript: can it reliably be used in large business applications? Is it usable in the context of enterprise applications to create the frontend of browser-based applications? How are enterprises such as PayPal, Tesco, and Oracle solving these problems? In this session, you’ll be introduced to Kraken.js…
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0-0x Quantum Computers And Where To Hide From Them

Quantum Computers And Where To Hide From Them After making the smallest possible transistors, Moore’s law is coming to an end. Researchers and technologists are pursuing new quantum computers. In this talk I’ll do an intro to what makes these computers special, the code that runs on them, and how…
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