Host Ken Rimple, co-host Sujan Kapadia, and guest Keith Gregory bring a slew of dev news to the table this week: AWS Lambda, Ruby 3.0, M1 discussions, Apple store closures, and LISP getting hot again.
- Drumroll… Philly ETE Conference is back for 2021, and Alan Kay is our first keynote! We’ll be virtual again this year – get your Early Bird tickets before February 1, 2020 for only $70.
- Chariot is hiring! We’re looking for senior software engineers and senior iOS developers. Join our team!
- AWS Lambda is winning, but first it had to die.
- Why and how the M1 chips are so darn fast – an insanely good read, brought to our attention by another one of our consultants, Dan Boykis.
- Don’t panic re: Kubernetes and Docker…
- Snark patrol: Is ECS deprecated? Short answer: Nope.
- Typescript frustration for those who struggle with it.
- But wait! How about some serverless Typescript libraries?
- Ruby 3.0? RC1 is released.
- LISP is heating up again (again?)
- Apple temporarily closing a fifth of its stores due to COVID.
- Pushing the limits of the remote code execution vector VM you like to call your browser: Rust, WASM, WebAudio.
This livestream took place on December 22, 2020 at noon. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be notified of our next livestream – or bookmark this link and tune in every Tuesday at noon EST to hang out with Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia. Producer note: we’re off next week. See you in 2021!