Tag: #code

0-0x The Clean Architecture

The Clean Architecture What is the clean architecture and how you would build one in .NET? Recently Bob Martin has categorized a set of architectures, including hexagonal architecture, onion architecture and screaming architecture as ‘the clean architecture’ – a layered architecture of concentric circles with a strong emphasis on separation…
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0-0x Moving Beyond Virtual DOM and State Management

Moving Beyond Virtual DOM and State Management The virtual DOM was a fantastic innovation. It brought about a much more productive way of writing web applications by allowing us to write our views in a declarative manner. This big benefit has little to do with performance of the initial render.…
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0-0x From Game Based Learning to Game Creation

From Game Based Learning to Game Creation There is a great new way to learn to code. EVENT: Talk.js 2019 SPEAKER: Chris Boesch PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEhkHUZ-wLE View on YouTube

0-0x Fail, Learn, Fix

Fail, Learn, Fix In his eloquent talk, “Fail, Learn, Fix: Improving Security the Old Fashioned Way,” Payne recognizes how past events hold potential in the evolution of changes of future policy. Payne cites an example of the combined effort of how the government and the military produced the building of…
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0-0x TypeScript – State of the Union

TypeScript – State of the Union ypeScript has come such a long way in the last few years, and in this talk Microsoft MVP for TypeScript – James will walk you through the latest and greatest that the tool has to offer. You may well have seen and dismissed TypeScript…
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0-0x WebAssemblys Post MVP Future (2019 and Beyond)

WebAssemblys Post MVP Future (2019 and Beyond) Lin Clark spoke at CovalenceConf 2019 about the path ahead for WebAssembly – and what kind of skills it’ll pick up in its immediate future. EVENT: CovalenceConf 2019 SPEAKER: Lin Clark PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse…
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0-0x C#, Visual Basic, and .NET – An Introduction

C#, Visual Basic, and .NET – An Introduction Rainer Sigwald describes the relationship between C#, Visual Basic, and .NET, for those coming from other ecosystems. EVENT: OKC 2019 SPEAKER: Rainer Sigwald PERMISSIONS: Techlahoma Organizer provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: Techlahoma YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnLf0pfqIpSfKuPZ0e9iiNQ View…
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0-0x Writing Viruses for Fun, not Profit

Writing Viruses for Fun, not Profit Going viral hasn’t always been considered good. Whether you’re fighting the common cold, or trying to remove the ILOVEYOU computer worm from your corporate file server, two things are certain: your immune system is based on your gut health, and computers have really poor…
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0-0x Technical Overview of FoundationDB

Technical Overview of FoundationDB This presentation will walk through what is happening in the internals of the FoundationDB in response to user operations. The talk will focus on explaining how FoundationDB provides external consistency, and how FoundationDB scales as more processes join a cluster. EVENT: FoundationDB Summit 2019 SPEAKER: Evan…
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0-0x Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps

Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps In this month’s episode Rick Viscomi and Jeff Posnick (Google Chrome Developer Relations) discuss the state of service workers. Service workers are a new kind of worker that gives progressive web apps more control over how resources are loaded over the network and cached.…
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0-0x Making Table Views Great Again!

Making Table Views Great Again! UITableViews and UITableViewCells are great. They are the bread and butter of iOS development. You can see them in pretty much every app out there. Knowing how to set them up is almost like a right of passage into being a real iOS developer. But,…
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0-0x Tools to Scale Your Production Machine Learning

Tools to Scale Your Production Machine Learning As a machine learning project grows, so should its infrastructure. In short lightning talk, Alejandro covers some of the key trends in machine learning operations, as well as libraries to watch in 2019. The talk is based on the “Awesome Machine Learning Operations”…
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0-0x Lean vs Agile vs Design Thinking

Lean vs Agile vs Design Thinking As companies evolve to adopt, integrate, and leverage software as the defining element of their success in the 21st century, a rash of processes and methodologies are vying for their product teams’ attention. In the worst of cases, each discipline on these teams —…
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0-0x JAM Stack

JAM Stack Jake and Surma talk about the JAMStack, what it means and how it’s useful for web developers. PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXsWaA3HTHA&t=1s View on YouTube

0-0x Hacking a Cat – Going Beyond Traditional Attack Vectors

Hacking a Cat – Going Beyond Traditional Attack Vectors The future is now. Implants the size of a grain of rice are being used by people to open doors, hold payment information and where a handshake can literally exchange digital business cards. We are also seeing major advances in medical…
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0-0x Using Python in Weather Forecasting || Stephan Siemen

Using Python in Weather Forecasting || Stephan Siemen You can always check a weather forecast site for free but you can do it yourself in Python too. EVENT: PyData London Meetup SPEAKER: Stephan Siemen PERMISSIONS: PyData provided Coding Tech with the permission to republish this video. CREDITS: PyData YouTube channel:…
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0-0x console.log(brain)

console.log(brain) What is the ultimate hack of our lives? What is the one thing that we strive to learn the most about? What is the thing that will truly unlock our potentials? What if you could log your brain to the developer console, typing with your brain signals? This talk…
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0-0x Why I Use Julia For Quantum Physics || Katharine Hyatt

Why I Use Julia For Quantum Physics || Katharine Hyatt In this talk, I’ll discuss the sort of systems we would like to understand better, and why I’ve found Julia a useful tool to approach them. I’ll also discuss what it is about the Julia community at large I feel…
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0-0x Rust in the Browser for JavaScripters: New Frontiers, New Possibilities Øredev 2018

Rust in the Browser for JavaScripters: New Frontiers, New Possibilities Øredev 2018 Thanks to wasm, Rust can reach the platform with the largest reach: the browser. We’ll take a look at how thanks to the impressive language design, thoughtful compiler error messages, and great documentation, JavaScripters can unlock high-performance concurrency…
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0-0x Flutter & Dart for the Native, Cross Platform Mobile App Development

Flutter & Dart for the Native, Cross Platform Mobile App Development Delightful user experience, provided by simple, intuitive, fast, smooth operation in an engaging design, lies at the heart of successful mobile apps. Google’s Flutter SDK, newly released as stable v1.0, is aimed specifically at this target and takes things…
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