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Talk Python To Me

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Talk Python To Me

Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
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Inside Java

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Inside Java

Chad Arimura, David Delabassee

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Inside Java is a podcast for Java Developers brought to you directly from the people that make Java at Oracle. We'll discuss the language, the JVM, OpenJDK, platform security, innovation projects like Loom and Panama, and everything in between.
 
A weekly Python podcast hosted by Christopher Bailey with interviews, coding tips, and conversation with guests from the Python community. The show covers a wide range of topics including Python programming best practices, career tips, and related software development topics. Join us every Friday morning to hear what's new in the world of Python programming and become a more effective Pythonista.
 
Your weekly celebration of JavaScript and the web. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 1pm US/Eastern time. Panelists include Jerod Santo, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Amelia Wattenberger, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, Chris Hiller, and Amal Hussein. Topics discussed include the web platform (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Brave, etc), front-end frameworks (React, Ember, Angular, Vue, etc), Node.js, web animation, SVG, robotics, IoT, and much more. If JavaScript and/or t ...
 
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Teaching Python

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Teaching Python

Sean Tibor and Kelly Paredes

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A podcast by Kelly Paredes and Sean Tibor about their adventures teaching middle school computer science, problem-solving, handling failure, frustration, and victory through the lens of the Python programming language. Kelly Paredes has taught all over the world and specializes in curriculum design and development. She currently teaches sixth and seventh-grade computer science at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This is her fourth year using Python. Sean Tibor has worked in mar ...
 
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Java Pub House

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Java Pub House

Freddy Guime & Bob Paulin

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This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
Haskell Weekly covers the Haskell progamming language. Listen to professional software developers discuss using functional programming to solve real-world business problems. Each episode uses a conversational two-host format and runs for about 15 minutes.
 
The Java Off-Heap Podcast brings together the latest tech news for the java professional. We go over the news and current issues and discuss them in depth, bringing the knowledge of a top circle of professionals from Chicago. Come take a listen and figure out what's going on in the Java world!
 
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PHPUgly

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PHPUgly

Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon, Thomas Rideout

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The podcast your mother warned you about. Ramblings of a few overworked PHP Developers. We discuss everything, from the challenges and excitement of running our small business and development shop the DiegoDev Group, to general day to day coding projects, to anything geek related or any other tech topics. Hosted By @shocm, @realrideout, and @johncongdon. Become a Patron!
 
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Web Rush

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Web Rush

Dan Wahlin, John Papa, Ward Bell, Craig Shoemaker

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Dive into JavaScript and Web development stories with hosts John Papa, Ward Bell, Craig Shoemaker, and Dan Wahlin. Web Rush is a weekly podcast where we tackle the challenges facing Web developers today and invite expert guests on the show to share their experience solving concrete problems while building real Web applications. Listen for practical insights and honest talk about the topics you are facing today, with Web Rush. Sponsored by AG Grid and Nrwl.io
 
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Illegal Argument

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Illegal Argument

Mark Derricutt, Greg Amer and Richard Vowles

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Greg, Mark and Richard get together weekly and talk about things of interest in the Java community. Greg works for SimWorks (http://www.simworks.com) who specialize in mobile phone software. Mark works for SecureMX (www.smx.co.nz). Richard works for Blue Train Software (http://www.bluetrainsoftware.com)
 
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Listen as host Cal Evans talks to Matthew Setter about his new book “Docker Essentials”. Matthew talks about how his book helps PHP developers grasp the concepts of how to “dockerize” your PHP applications and deploy to production with ease. @settermjd Show Notes Matthew J Setter's website "Docker Essentials" Free book for PHP develoeprs Audio This…
 
Support us on Kofi! Design by committee usually has a bad connotation but when it comes to specifying JavaScript, making sure a new feature doesn’t break the internet is just too big a task for one person. Today on the show we invite Mark Cohen to talk about what it is like being on the board of TC39, the institution which standardizes the JavaScri…
 
The idea of having a software as a service product sound great, doesn't it? Solve a problem with software. Have a nice looking landing page and website. Get paying customers. Eventually have it make enough revenue so you can turn it into your primary source of income. There's a lot of software talent out there. We could solve lots of problems. But …
 
I'm always on the look out for a good Python UI framework. This episode focuses on Dear PyGui.Dear PyGui: A fast and powerful Graphical User Interface Toolkit for Python with minimal dependencies, created by Jonathan Hoffstadt and Preston Cothren. They are here to tell us all about it Check it out at https://talkpython.fm/episodes/show/348/dear-pyg…
 
This week, Kelly and Sean look over all that happened in 2021 for Teaching Python and commit to some bigger goals for 2022. What were the highlights according to our co-hosts? From the great guests to the wins in the classroom, Kelly and Sean catch up and kick off the new year together. Support Teaching Python Links: Amazon.com: Think Again: The Po…
 
I'm always on the look out for a good Python UI framework. This episode focuses on Dear PyGui. Dear PyGui: A fast and powerful Graphical User Interface Toolkit for Python with minimal dependencies, created by Jonathan Hoffstadt and Preston Cothren. They are here to tell us all about it. Links from the show Jonathan Hoffstadt: @jhoffs1 Preston Cothr…
 
An airhacks.fm conversation with Emily Jiang (@emilyfhjiang) about: the Chinese JavaONE,the MicroProfile book,writing a book in a caravan,the MicroProfile 5 release,MicroProfile 5.0 ships with Jakarta namespace,OpenLiberty supports MicroProfile 5.0,OpenTracing and OpenCensus merged into opentelemetry,MicroProfile OpenTelemetry will deprecate MicroP…
 
Summary Pandas has grown to be a ubiquitous tool for working with data at every stage. It has become so well known that many people learn Python solely for the purpose of using Pandas. With all of this activity and the long history of the project it can be easy to find misleading or outdated information about how to use it. In this episode Matt Har…
 
Swyx is the known for learning in public, and he joins the party to teach Ali and Nick about what he’s been working on with Temporal IO, what it is, and why he’s excited about it. We also talk about his role as Director of Developer Experience, including what developer experience is, how to do it, and what goals to set. Discuss on Changelog News Jo…
 
Allen Wyma talks with Paul Schoenfelder, contributor to Lumen. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you’d like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: hello@rus…
 
[00:01:32] Emily and Jemma tell us their background stories of how they found their way into Ruby. [00:03:26] Andrew asks Emily and Jemma if they ever wrote in BlueJ and he explains what it is. [00:04:19] We learn more about WNB.rb, how big the group is, and all the events they do. Also, Jemma tells us about Emily’s talk she gave at RubyConf 2020 t…
 
Links from the show: Open source maintainer pulls the plug on npm packages colors and faker, now what? | Snyk GitHub - xdebug/xdebug.org: Xdebug Website PHP 8.1: Enums - stitcher.io PHP in 2022 - stitcher.io Understanding Laravel Pipelines | JeffOchoa.me Forced by shortages to sell chipless ink cartridges, Canon tells customers how to bypass DRM wa…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Piotr Winter. They first talk about include guards vs pragma once, testing for constexpr and the preview of Catch v3. Then they talk to Piotr Winter about CTPG, the C++ Compile Time Parser Generator. News Include guards or #pragma once Test an expression for constexpr friendliness Catch v3 Preview 4 Links C++ Compile Tim…
 
Summary Developers hate wasting effort on manual processes when we can write code to do it instead. Cog is a tool to manage the work of automating the creation of text inside another file by executing arbitrary Python code. In this episode Ned Batchelder shares the story of why he created Cog in the first place, some of the interesting ways that he…
 
Description After a short hiatus we're back! We talk about Svelte Summit, Svelte Sirens and lots of other fun stuff! Music Intro music by Braden Wiggins a.k.a. Fractal (braden@fractal-hq.com) Notes Svelte Summit YouTube Playlist Mini Edition Stockholm Edition London Edition Svelte Compiler re-written in Rust? Rich’s interview with Vercel Article on…
 
Recording date: Dec 30, 2021 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker Santosh Yadav @SantoshYadavDev Brought to you by AG Grid Ionic Resources: GitHub Stars program InDepthDev NgRx Open Learning Initiative RxJs Course NgRx Course YouTube Channel This Is Tech Talks How to make your first pull req…
 
Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by Datadog: pythonbytes.fm/datadog Brian #1: Python glossary and FAQ Inspired by a tweet by Trey Hunner that referenced the glossary glossary All the Python and programming terms in one place Often refers to other parts of the documentation. Forget what an “abstract base class” is? Ju…
 
In this episode, David remotely sat down with Brent Christian to discuss Finalization and the effort to gradually deprecate this now outdated, brittle, and complex mechanism from the platform. After covering some of the finalization weaknesses, Brent discusses the alternatives to properly deal with resources, i.e. try with resources and the Cleaner…
 
Joining Brittany to celebrate episode 400(!), Collin Jilbert is a Ruby on Rails Developer at GoRails. They discuss why he committed to Rails so early in his career, his various ambitious projects (Ruby Radar, fleur de ruby), his love of the community and what his new role will entail. Show Notes & Links: fleur de ruby (@fleur_de_ruby) Ruby Radar Go…
 
Excited about Elixir but not sure how to get the most out of it? We’ve got you covered. In this episode, the Elixir Mix roundtable sits down with Alex Burlacu, a software developer whose specialities include Elixir, machine learning, and blowing his own mind. They talk about this ONE Elixir feature that surprised Alex, the do’s and don’ts of patter…
 
Ready to COMMAND your command line? Then listen up! In this episode, the Ruby Rogues sit down with Adam Gordon Bell, a software developer and host of the CoRecursive podcast. The guys discuss the tools that every developer MUST know in 2022, what users of Jekyll and Ruby can expect this year, and why Adam believes that JQ will save you hours from G…
 
Interested to learn more about this “Great Gatsby”? How does it differ from others, and where is the industry headed? Time for a meeting with the Queen! In this episode, the React team sits down with Queen Benedicte Raae, a software developer and overall coding wizard. They discuss the ONE feature of Gatsby that makes it so beginner friendly, what …
 
Lindsay and Steve talk with Markus about his project, “Writing Good Tests for Vue Applications.” They discuss how Markus got into programming with PHP, and then later moved into Vue development, as well as how he got into testing. Markus explains how testing “clicked” for him, and that he felt there weren’t enough good resources on writing Vue test…
 
Who should do QA? How does that change with different projects and teams? What does "doing QA" mean, anyway? Answering these questions are the goals of this episode. Sponsored By: Rollbar: Rollbar enables developers to proactively discover and resolve issues in their code, so they can work on continuous code improvement throughout the software deve…
 
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. This episode is sponsored by Hook Relay - gain visibility over your webhooks, guarantee delivery, watch your traffic, inspect each request; like x-ray vision - and was streamed live. Show links Laravel 8.76 released Laravel 8.77 released A look at …
 
Ever feel overwhelmed by the crazy number of new frameworks? We’ve got a solution for you. In this episode, the JavaScript jamboree sits down with Anthony Campolo, a software developer who’s spreading the word about a powerful yet flexible new tool--Slinkity. They talk about how Slinkity answers the age-old question and simplifies everything, how t…
 
The team at Instagram dropped a performance bomb on the Python world when they open-sourced Cider, their performance oriented fork of CPython. It contains a number of performance optimizations, including bytecode inline caching, eager evaluation of coroutines, a method-at-a-time JIT, and an experimental bytecode compiler that uses type annotations …
 
Commodore 64, programming opening StarWars scene in Basic,playing Jumpman, enjoying math,learning Pascal and Visual Basic,enjoying Java,Bjarne Stroustrup The C++ Programming Language,network discovery with Java, a Java virus taking over an University,Java was too small for a CD,the great BEA WebLogic 8,building large scale financial systems with Ja…
 
The team at Instagram dropped a performance bomb on the Python world when they open-sourced Cider, their performance oriented fork of CPython. It contains a number of performance optimizations, including bytecode inline caching, eager evaluation of coroutines, a method-at-a-time JIT, and an experimental bytecode compiler that uses type annotations …
 
It’s our 3rd annual New Year’s party! We welcome a new panelist, review our (failed) resolutions from last year, discuss what’s trending in the web world, and even set some new (failed) resolutions for this year. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Raygun – Ne…
 
Allen Wyma talks with Julius Lungys, contributor to Yew. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you’d like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: hello@rustacean…
 
[00:01:06] Paul tells us the story of how he got into audio editing and podcasting. [00:05:19] We learn how Paul got linked up with the Remote Ruby podcast, as well as Brittany’s Ruby on Rails podcast. [00:09:01] Paul does True Crime podcasts and he tells us what he loves about them. [00:09:31] Since Paul has edited many, many episodes for both of …
 
A year ago, we had Brett Cannon on the show to discuss his blog series about unravelling Python’s syntactic sugar. Brett has written 15 more entries in the series, and he returns to the show this week to continue our conversation. We dive into unravelling ‘async’ and ‘await’ statements and their relationship with Python’s generators. While working …
 
Links from the show: How Does The James Webb Space Telescope Work? - Smarter Every Day 262 - YouTube Hook Relay: Stripe-quality webhooks for everyone PHP Internals News podcast :: User Defined Operator Overloads PHP: rfc:user_defined_operator_overloads Norton 360 Now Comes With a Cryptominer – Krebs on Security This episode of PHPUgly was sponsored…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Slobodan Dmitrovic. They first talk about the latest update to the {fmt} library, another Raymond Chen blogpost, and a summary of ISO standardization progress made in 2021. Then they talk to Slobodan about his new book Modern C for Absolute Beginners. News {fmt} v8.1.0 released You can't copy code with memcpy 2021 C++ St…
 
Recording date: Dec 16, 2021 John Papa @John_Papa Ward Bell @WardBell Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker Alex Okrushko @alexokrushko Brought to you by AG Grid IdeaBlade Resources: Guide to Monorepos for Front End Code Feature flags make development faster and safer Trunk-based development Building with FeatureFlags The 7 D’s of D…
 
Will Ruby 3.1 drop on Christmas (spoiler: it did!)? Jemma and Brittany catch up with the changes from this past year, talk about some resolutions they are planning for 2022 and whether the pursuit for mediocrity should be one of them. Oh yes, they also touch on the release of Rails 7. Show Notes & Links: Ruby 3.1.0 Released WNB.rb (@wnb_rb) · Twitt…
 
Want to see Elixir/Phoenix out in the wild? In this episode, Allen sits down with Erik Guzmán, a developer whose proficiency in Elixir/Phoenix enabled him to created instant closed captions for both Twitch and Zoom audiences. The two discuss why Elixir is so seamless in its scaling capabilities, how Elixir’s ability to reveal errors sooner saved Er…
 
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