As developers and engineers, how do we learn new things? On today’s TechChat, hosts Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia delve into some of their personal processes around learning new tech, and offer techniques and tools for staying curious and relevant.
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- Developers have met the enemy – and it’s themselves.
- What not to assert in React component tests.
- Distribute your Java app as a native bundle.
- CORS is not meant to secure an API endpoint.
- PGA interchange format to enable interoperable FPGA tooling.
- Running macOS in a VM on Apple Silicon Macs.
- The remainder of the show is dedicated to a discussion on continuous learning for developers.
Producer note: This episode took place on February 15th, 2022 at 11AM. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and tune in every other Tuesday at noon EST to hang out with the TechChat crew.