The Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference (Philly ETE) is less than a month away, and in this episode, we’ve got an exclusive interview with one of our speakers: Carson Gross. Carson Gross runs Big Sky Software, which finds hot, new trends and then does the opposite of that. Big Sky Software has produced … Read More
This week, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia drop in for some brief coverage of the last few weeks’ dev news! They also discuss helpful sites for developers, and the latest Apple event. Host Notes ETE is back for 2022! We’re virtual again this year, but don’t miss another great roster of speakers and content. Early … Read More
This week, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia cover various stories from the world of Dev News – before dedicating the rest of the show to a deep dive on Kotlin. They also answer a few questions from viewers! Host Notes ETE is back for 2022! We’re virtual again this year, but don’t miss another great … Read More
As developers and engineers, how do we learn new things? On today’s livestream, 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.
Socrates once said “The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing about blockchain” // Your programming language might hate the environment! // Alexa can be a real jerk!!! // Chariot Day is an opportunity for Charioteers to share the things that they are most passionate about with other members of the Chariot family.
From the abstract: Of all of the controversial topics in the field of (serious) software development, static typing is probably the most divisive. While the topic leads to fewer homicides than the perennial Vim vs Emacs conflagration, it still arouses passions and anger usually reserved for Gungans and fans of Visual Basic. This talk dives … Read More
From the abstract: Unlimited bandwidth? Always connected? Yeah right! Truth is, wireless coverage is spotty, and sometimes the internet is simply not available. In this talk, I am going to discuss a few design patterns that make your app snappy when connected, fully-functional when not. Caching strategies: persistent vs temporary Progressive loading: use placeholders while … Read More
From the abstract: A fantastic, fictional, fable of a distributed system and the tooling and teams who herd it. Follow two teams learning that the design of their systems includes everything about how it is developed, tested, deployed, and managed — not just what it looks like in production. Along the way, learn about the … Read More
From the abstract: In this talk, we take a look at some specific Functional Programming patterns that regularly arise in everyday programming. These patterns are used to solve the same problems that DI attempts to by decoupling data types from their dependencies. We explore the algebraic properties of these techniques and discover how they give … Read More