8 Interview Tips for Software Developers | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

8 Interview Tips for Software Developers | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka

8 Interview Tips for Software Developers | Programming Tip of the Day – Tim Buchalka If you’re just starting out looking for jobs, acing an interview could be quite difficult and thinking about being in an interview room might be stressful sometimes. So Iin today’s video, I’ll discuss 8 programming tips that could help you get through a job interview. If you want to know more about these tips, please keep on watching. This video…

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What is all the Fuss About Python?

What is all the Fuss About Python?

The Python programming language has been around for over 20 years but recently it feels like its an overnight sensation. Python has moved from being a fringe language for beginners, biologists, and natural language analysis to being the go-to language in nearly every domain of computing. Whlie there is a lot of inertia in the choice of a programming language for a project, the adoption pattern of Python is quite different than “that cool new…

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The profession of Solving (the Wrong Problem) || Vincent Warmerdam

The profession of Solving (the Wrong Problem) || Vincent Warmerdam

This is a talk on failures of solutions: natural, artificial and “intelligent”. It’ll be a list of stories. Some of them will include: how I got an A+ for making the wrong decision on a thesis how a kaggle competition got hacked how DeepLearning nearly ruined a recommender how a redefinition of a problem saved people from hunger how a timeseries problem could not be solved until it got ignored My goal is to show…

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Brave New World: Tales of PureScript and Haskell in Production

Brave New World: Tales of PureScript and Haskell in Production

The rumours are true. Writing code in purely functional languages tends to produce code that is much easier to read, modify and reason about. This talk examines how an experienced Scala team transitioned into writing production code using PureScript in AWS lambda, and services using Haskell. EVENT: Typelevel Summit 2019 SPEAKER: Felix Mulder PUBLICATION PERMISSIONS: Original video was published with the Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed). ATTRIBUTION CREDITS: Original video source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoRm47x8gv8

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How to create a Blog using Bootstrap Tutorial

How to create a Blog using Bootstrap Tutorial

Get full course http://bit.ly/2KLxC4z Projects in Bootstrap 4: Learn by Building Apps -http://bit.ly/2KLxC4z In this video learn how to create a modern, light a clean blog theme using Bootstrap which is ready to use for your next website or blog. Bootstrap is a powerful toolkit – a collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript tools for creating and building web pages and web applications. Thank you for watching! We’d love to know your thoughts in the…

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Attacking Modern Web Technologies

Attacking Modern Web Technologies

In this talk, top ranked white-hat hacker Frans Rosén will focus on methodologies and results of attacking modern web technologies. He will explain how he accessed private Slack tokens by using postMessage and WebSocket-reconnect, and how vulnerable configurations in both AWS and Google Cloud allow attackers to take full control of your assets. Listen to 40 minutes of new hacks, bug bounty stories and learnings that will make you realize that the protocols and policies…

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Everything’s a Plugin: Understanding Webpack From the Inside Out

Everything’s a Plugin: Understanding Webpack From the Inside Out

Webpack is one of the most depended on packages for front-end web development. With over 15 million monthly downloads on npm, it has been called the LLVM of the web and taken the JavaScript ecosystem by storm. However, few understand how webpack actually works and how to leverage some of its most powerful features: Custom Plugins! Join me as I walk you through the internal architecture of webpack, and show you how you can extend,…

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Rust for IOT

Rust for IOT

Is Rust ready for the embedded world yet? If your IOT project is on ARM or MSP430, it already has native support in the Rust compiler, and AVR and RISC-V have compiler forks available. But architecture support is only the first challenge: If you’re used to writing Rust for hosts that run an operating system, the paradigm shift of having to do everything yourself in the embedded world can be jarring. This talk will introduce…

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Should I Learn More Than One Programming Language At Once – Programming Tip By Tim Buchalka

Should I Learn More Than One Programming Language At Once – Programming Tip By Tim Buchalka

Should I Learn More Than One Programming Language At Once – Programming Tip By Tim Buchalka When you’re learning to program, is it useful or is it a good idea to learn more than one programming language at the same time? Or is it better to focus first on a single programming language before moving on to the next one? These questions will be answered and discussed in today’s video. This video is brought to…

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