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Vibes from Strange Loop (Changelog Interviews #559)

September 27, 2023 1:15:28 14.14 MB ( 58.48 MB less) Downloads: 0

This week on The Changelog we’re taking you to the hallway track of the final Strange Loop conference. First up is AnnMarie Thomas — an engineering, business, and education professor. AnnMarie gave one of the opening keynotes titled “Playing with Engineering.” We also caught up with many first-time and multi-time attendees who shared their favorite moments from Strange Loop over the years. You’ll hear from Richard Feldman, Colin Dean, and Taylor Troesch. Last up we talk with Pokey Rule. He gave a talk about his project called Cursorless which is a spoken language for structural code editing. Changelog++ subscribers get a super extended version of this episode which includes everything we recorded at Strange Loop. Become a Changelog++ subscriber

Zero Trust & Go (Go Time #292)

September 27, 2023 51:07 9.71 MB ( 39.88 MB less) Downloads: 0

Michael Quiqley from NetFoundry joins Natalie to discuss Zero Trust concepts, why they are important for secure systems & how to implement them in Go.

The missing sync layer for modern apps (Changelog News #63)

September 25, 2023 08:10 1.53 MB ( 6.48 MB less) Downloads: 0

ElectricSQL is a project that offers a local-first sync layer for web and mobile apps, Ned Batchelder writes about the myth of the myth of “learning styles”, Carl Johnson thinks XML is better than YAML, Berkan Sasmaz defines and describes “idempotency” & HyperDX is an open source alternative Datadog or New Relic.

Web dev security school (JS Party #293)

September 21, 2023 1:26:47 16.16 MB ( 67.62 MB less) Downloads: 0

This week, we’re joined by Ron Perris, a Security Engineer at Reddit and software security enthusiast. Together, we dive into best practices and common pitfalls, covering topics from dangerous URLs to JSON injection attacks. Tune in for an educational conversation, and don’t forget to bring your notebooks!

Automate all the UIs! (Practical AI #239)

September 20, 2023 43:07 8.09 MB ( 33.51 MB less) Downloads: 0

Dominik Klotz from askui joins Daniel and Chris to discuss the automation of UI, and how AI empowers them to automate any use case on any operating system. Along the way, the trio explore various approaches and the integration of generative AI, large language models, and computer vision.

Open source is at a crossroads (Changelog Interviews #558)

September 20, 2023 1:26:15 16.27 MB ( 66.69 MB less) Downloads: 0

This week we’re joined by Steve O’Grady, Principal Analyst & Co-founder at RedMonk. The topic today is the definition of open source, the constant pressure on the true definition of the term, and the seemingly small but vocal minority that aim to protect that definition. In Steve’s post Why Open Source Matters, he says “open source is at a crossroads” and there are some seeking to break the definition of open source to one that is more permissive to their desires, and they are closer than ever to achieving that goal. Today’s conversation goes deep on this subject.

Death by a thousand microservices (Changelog News #62)

September 18, 2023 08:37 1.6 MB ( 6.9 MB less) Downloads: 0

Andrei Taranchenko says the software industry is learning once again that complexity kills, Casey Muratori outlines a long list of Unity alternatives, Filip Szkandera builds a functioning (macro) processor for RISC-V & Matt Basta tells the tale of the time he built a web-based Excel clone inside Uber only to have it discarded a week later.

What do we want from a web browser? (Changelog & Friends #14)

September 15, 2023 1:44:35 19.81 MB ( 80.76 MB less) Downloads: 0

A hoy hoy! Our old friend Nick Nisi does his best to bring up TypeScript, Vim & Tmux as many times as possible while we discuss a new batch of web browsers, justify why we like the ones we do & try to figure out what it’d take to disrupt the status quo of Big Browser.

Type War (what is it good for?) (JS Party #292)

September 14, 2023 1:10:05 13.2 MB ( 54.52 MB less) Downloads: 0

Love it or hate it, TypeScript is here to stay for the foreseeable future. But, what happens when widely adopted packages go completely Type free or remove TypeScript in favor of JS with type annotations? Join us to unpack these recent events with Rich Harris, creator of Svelte, as he walks us through the nuanced decision his team made for the Svelte project, and ofc, lots of laughs along the way.

Attack of the Canaries! (Changelog Interviews #557)

September 13, 2023 1:43:36 19.34 MB ( 80.28 MB less) Downloads: 0

This week we’re joined by Haroon Meer from Thinkst — the makers of Canary and Canary Tokens. Haroon walks us through a network getting compromised, what it takes to deploy a Canary on your network, how they maintain low false-positive numbers, their thoughts and principles on building their business (major wisdom shared!), and how a Canary helps surface network attacks in real time.

Go templating using Templ (Go Time #291)

September 13, 2023 1:05:37 63.51 MB Downloads: 0

Go’s known for it’s fantastic standard library, but there are some places where the libraries can be challenging to use. The html/template package is one of those places. So what alternatives do we have? On today’s episode we’re talking about Templ, an HTML templating language for Go that has great developer tooling. Co-hosts Kris Brandow and Jon Calhoun are joined by Adrian Hesketh, the creator of Templ, and Joe Davidson, one of the maintainers on the project.

Bun 1.0 is here & Mojo is ready for download (Changelog News #61)

September 11, 2023 08:32 8.36 MB Downloads: 0

Bun 1.0 is out of the oven, Mojo is now available for local download, Vince Lwt asked 60+ LLMs a set of 20 questions & published the answers, Textual Web turns TUIs in to web applications & James Haydon dives deep to discover the bug that the UK air traffic control meltdown.

Doomed to discuss AI (Changelog & Friends #13)

September 08, 2023 1:23:15 80.09 MB Downloads: 0

Author, journalist, travel writer & software engineer Jon Evans joins us to weigh in on the cultural history (and present-day sentiment) of AI doom. Along the way, we talk plausible Sci-Fi, ultrasound drug delivery, the maybe-evolving laws of physics & even weirder stuff.

A view to a transitions API (JS Party #291)

September 07, 2023 1:01:37 59.61 MB Downloads: 0

Jerod & the gang discuss the news (Astro 3.0, Vercel + Astro, Python in Excel) then play eight crazy rounds of HeadLIES! Headline or headLIE? You decide…

Prototyping with Go (Go Time #290)

September 07, 2023 1:05:26 63.33 MB Downloads: 0

V Körbes returns to talk prototyping with Natalie, Johnny & Kris. Is Go good for prototyping? What makes a language prototypable, anyway? How does space radiation fit in to all this? Tune in and ride along to find out!