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Heavybit is the leading investor in developer-first startups that turn visions into movements, products into platforms, and contributors into communities. Since 2013, Heavybit companies have redefined how teams build, deploy, secure, and scale mission-critical technology. From JAMstack, to DevSecOps, to feature flagging, Heavybit founders build the future of software from the bottom up.
 
Purrfect.dev is a development podcast made by developers for developers. Learning how to be a developer is hard, Purrfect.dev will show you how to grow as a developer bit by bit. We continue this journey of building up purrfect peeps, by also including courses on https://codingcat.dev Links 🎥 YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/codingcatdev 🌎 Site: https://codingcat.dev/ 📦 GitHub: https://github.com/CodingCatDev 🎓Courses: https://codingcat.dev/courses Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/purrf ...
 
Gain insights and tips on best practices for software developers from the Development Best Practices Podcast, brought to you by ILM Professional Services. We’ll have discussions about the best practices in development - from new tools, services and methods you can use today to the larger architecture decisions that will set your path for years to come. Expect good helpings of technical insights mixed in with too many dad jokes. Hosted by Jason Erdahl.
 
In The Front End, we explore the in's and out's of life as a developer. We delve into challenging topics around modern-day development and technology including learning and professional growth, programming languages, frameworks, tools, techniques, UX/UI, and careers.
 
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Thinking of pursuing a career as a programmer? Lee Warrick and Edwin Otero explore what it's like to break into the Tech field as junior developers as well as how to stay up-to-date on new technology.
 
The humans behind Full Stack Fest, the leading web development conference in Barcelona for /[front|back]/ end developers. Interviews with our amazing speakers about technology, life and the things that make us tick. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The podcast for UI developers, designers and independent thinkers who strive for simplicity. The state of user interface design and development is at a crossroads: do we embrace complexity and raise the barrier to entry, or can we learn from the past and strive to make our tools, frameworks and methodologies simpler and more intuitive for everyone - regardless of experience or persuasion. I'm a strong believer in the latter, and if you are too, come join me on my journey to make a difference ...
 
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In episode 107 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Christopher Burns, CEO of Everfund. This conversation examines the intersection of nonprofits and technology, insights on no-code solutions nonprofits can use for interacting with donors, and lessons on building a headless SDK.By Heavybit
 
In episode 107 of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Christopher Burns, CEO of Everfund. This conversation examines the intersection of nonprofits and technology, insights on no-code solutions nonprofits can use for interacting with donors, and lessons on building a headless SDK. The post appeared first on Heavybit.…
 
In episode 30 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc Campbell and Benjie De Groot speak with Thomas Graf, Co-Founder and CTO of Isovalent. This conversation includes a deep dive on eBPF, the origins of Cilium and the lessons learned while creating it in the open, and insights on kernel development.By Heavybit
 
Today we have special guests Tomer Lichtash and David Frankiel, a web developer and programmer behind the epic hacker folklore project The Story of Mel, a comprehensive guide to The Story of Mel. This story, which has survived through all the changes in the internet since its birth in 1983, and has morphed through all its iterations into something …
 
Dr. Ehsan Haghighat is a Postdoctoral Fellow at UBC studying stochastic modeling and uncertainty quantification of engineering systems. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral Associate at MIT where he studied the assessment of induced seismicity due to CO2 sequestration and oil and gas injection and production, Stochastic Modeling, and Machine Learning.…
 
Today in this all panelist episode, we talk about JS features you should avoid using. However opinions don't always align, and some come with much debate! Although we couldn’t cover them all, today we discuss: eval with arguments do while for I ++ continue classes prototypes this var with let delete Sponsors Top End Devs Raygun | Click here to get …
 
Martin Janiczek (github) (twitter) (youtube) elm-test episode Fuzzing is also known as Property-Based Testing Parameterized tests Martin's pure Elm text editor includes some fuzz tests Martin's pull request for the elm-test v2 changes Integrated shrinking vs the value-based (AKA type-based) approach Fuzz.andThen and Fuzz.filter (existed in 0.18 but…
 
You have heard of DevOps, but what about DataOps? Douwe explains what this is all about and how Meltano solves hard to create data solutions for your infrastructure. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-33-Managing-DataOps-with-Meltano Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use …
 
Mike tells us all about himself and starting at Ionic. Mike gives us a full demo of Ionic 6 and the new components. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-32-ionic-6 Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: Websites, eC…
 
Development Best Practices is old enough to vote! In this 18th episode we're talking Azure Cognitive Services with Sam Nasr, Microsoft MVP and leader of the Cleveland .NET User Group. Sam gives a good overview of what's happening within the multiple areas of Azure Cognitive Services, an example using LUIS, and best practices in training, and re-tra…
 
Today we have three guests on the show, Annie Sullivan, Yoav Weiss, and Michal Mocny, all of who are engineers who work for Google on the Chrome Web platform. Looking forward to Google’s new developments for measuring web performance, we dive deep into upcoming performance metrics Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) and Interaction to Next Paint (INP), …
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Let’s face it. Open source is a big world and it can be intimidating to navigate. In this episode, we’ll talk about our experience with and what it’s like to contribute to it. 🔌 Plugs OpenHatch https://gramps.js.org/ Nadia Eghbal - Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Sourc…
 
Today, in this all-panelist episode we talk about upcoming online events and conferences. With upcoming Top End Devs meetups and conferences, starting in August, we talk about all the benefits of being in person at an event, and the camaraderie at and after the event. We talk about the ways that Airmeet allows for a good connection between the spea…
 
In this episode we'll be continuing our talk with Mike Benkovich, Microsoft Azure MVP and Azure Cloud Engineer, about Cosmos DB. If you haven't listened to Episode Sixteen of our podcast on Cosmos DB, I would encourage you to do so before listening to this one. In that episode, Mike talks through the basics of Cosmos DB and details on when, and whe…
 
In episode 105 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with DeVaris Brown and Ali Hamidi of Meroxa. They discuss the future of real-time data, the pain points in the connector ecosystem, and their personal experiences growing their team during the COVID-19 pandemic.By Heavybit
 
In episode 105 of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas speaks with DeVaris Brown and Ali Hamidi of Meroxa. They discuss the future of real-time data, the pain points in the connector ecosystem, developing skills through open source projects, and their personal experiences growing their team during the COVID-19 pandemic. The post appeared first on Heavybit…
 
In episode 29 of The Kubelist Podcast, Marc and Benjie speak with Yevgeny Pats, CEO & Co-Founder of CloudQuery. They unpack Yevgeny’s career journey, the security and compliance space, and the open source CloudQuery project and its use cases. This talk offers evergreen lessons on entrepreneurship, information technology security, documentation prac…
 
Greg talks with us about running the OpenUI working group. We talk in detail and give demos on standardizing components across the major browser vendors. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/creating-a-standardized-design-system-for-the-web Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers u…
 
Today we talk with Steve Sewell, co-founder and CEO of Builder.io, about their visual editor and designer which connects to many open source systems. Running within a website wysiwyg, it integrates with most modern front end frameworks, such as React, Due and Svelte. We discuss how it functions and connects to various systems. We also dive into the…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. Let’s face it. As developers, there are SO many tools for us to choose from! 😵‍💫 It’s not wonder why many of us develop decision fatigue and paralysis as the industry continues to grow and expand. In this episode, we talk about how we navigate the complex ecosystem and some of our favorite …
 
We sit down with Anthony Campolo (ajcwebdev) to talk about Web3 and working with QuickNode. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/quicknode-builds-infrastructure-for-the-future Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend: We…
 
In episode 12 of The Right Track, Stefania Olafsdottir speaks with Emilie Schario of Amplify Partners. Together they discuss impact-driven development, actionable tactics for prioritizing relationships within data teams, the quandary of data job titles, and insights on improving data trust.By Heavybit
 
In this episode we discuss strategies for navigating remote work, whether it's useful or counterproductive to push all computing to the edge, and how to build composable websites and applications. Ishan Anand Twitter LinkedIn GitHub Scott Steinlage Twitter LinkedIn Edgio Home Page Twitter Links Composability Summit…
 
Today we talk with Josh Larson a senior staff developer at Shopify who is front and center in development of Hydrogen. We learn how Hydrogen addresses the varying needs of shop owners to build storefronts quickly and effectively. With rendering on the server only, this metaframework provides a toolkit helping customers build a more customized web p…
 
Gilbert Strang has made many contributions to mathematics education, including publishing seven mathematics textbooks and one monograph. Strang is the MathWorks Professor of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He teaches Introduction to Linear Algebra and Computational Science and Engineering and his lectures are freely availa…
 
Error messages should give three pieces of info The problem Why it's a problem How to go forward Needing to do magic incantations to get things into a good state adds cognitive load and makes debugging harder Make tools more predictable Clear mental model (avoid inconsistencies and leaky abstractions) Doing an operation through different means shou…
 
We had the opportunity to chat with four amazing Women of Jamstack. We talked about things from Redwoodjs to equal pay. https://codingcat.dev/podcast/2-29-women-of-jamstack Sponsors: Have you already discovered Storyblok? They have an official Svelte SDK! 74,000 + developers & marketers use it to deliver powerful content experiences on any frontend…
 
Ian Campbell is the chief executive officer of OnScale. Prior to founding OnScale, Ian served as founder and CEO of NextInput, where he led the startup through multiple rounds of funding -- totaling $12 million and an additional $4 million in research contracts with government and industry partners -- and built a world-class team of engineersand sc…
 
In this episode we welcome Mike Benkovich, Microsoft Azure MVP and Azure Cloud Engineer, to talk about Azure Cosmos DB. Mike talks through the basics of Cosmos DB: what it is and why it's not just NoSQL. Then Mike goes a bit deeper into WHEN to use NoSQL vs a relational database, then when NOT to use Cosmos DB. We'll conclude with some Cosmos DB su…
 
Today we talk with Matt Pocock, who comes from Oxfordshire, England. As a big fan of TypeScript and maintainer of the Xstate library, we discuss the benefits and downsides of TypeScript. As the discussion gets a bit heated, we debate the true value of TypeScript, and where it holds value to the programming community. Sponsors Top End Devs Coaching …
 
In this episode we discuss the history and mission of Prisma, the boundary between Prisma Client and Prisma Migrate, and whether developers need to know the difference between SQL and NoSQL. Austin Crim Home Page Twitter GitHub LinkedIn Prisma Home Page Twitter GitHub Links Prisma Data Platform Deploying Prisma to Cloudflare Workers Remix with Kent…
 
Welcome to Remotely Interesting brought to you by Netlify. In our first official Debate and Switch episode, Phil, Tara, and Ben are debating (and then switching) on the topic of Monopolizing Technology: Is it good? Is it bad? You’ll have to listen to find out which it is! 🔌 Plugs OpenJS Foundation Monopoly for iOS 👥 Panelists People who were remote…
 
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