The master feed of all Changelog podcasts
Elixir meets machine learning (The Changelog #439)
This week Elixir creator José Valim joins Jerod and Practical AI’s Daniel Whitenack to discuss Numerical Elixir, his new project that’s bringing Elixir into the world of machine learning. We discuss why José chose this as his next direction, the team’s layered approach, influences and collaborators on this effort, and their awesome collaborative notebook project that’s built on Phoenix LiveView.
For a more dope web! (JS Party #174)
Paul Bakaus from Google Web Creators joins Amal, Nick, & Jerod to talk about this new initiative to promote, educate, and equip people to create on the web. Along the way we discuss Web Stories, AMP, RSS, Google Reader, and more, of course. Join us: for a more dope web!
What makes wonderful workshops? (Go Time #178)
Perspectives from both the workshop leaders perspective, as well as the workshop participants. What are some top tips, things to watch out for, and ways to innovate and keep your participants engaged, especially in the remote world we are now living in.
Generating "hunches" using smart home data 🏠 (Practical AI #132)
Smart home data is complicated. There are all kinds of devices, and they are in many different combinations, geographies, configurations, etc. This complicated data situation is further exacerbated during a pandemic when time series data seems to be filled with anomalies. Evan Welbourne joins us to discuss how Amazon is synthesizing this disparate data into functionality for the next generation of smart homes. He discusses the challenges of working with smart home technology, and he describes how they developed their latest feature called “hunches.”
Blasting off with Apollo 🚀 (JS Party #173)
KBall, Amal, and Feross are joined by special guest Jenn Creighton to talk about all things Apollo. How does Apollo fit into the GraphQL ecosystem, what’s the next big thing, and when would you choose to use it?
Building startups with Go (Go Time #177)
Startups are all about iterating quickly, building MVPs, and finding that elusive product market fit, so how does Go fit into that picture? Is Go a good choice for startups, or is it exclusively for the larger corporations? In this episode Jon is joined by four startup founders to learn about their experience building a startup with Go.
Simply One of the Best Podcasts Out There on Tech/Dev
I don’t know how these guys are doing it but they have created very engaging content and it’s a serial part of my commute and M-F life listening to the dearth of info/topics they cover that I think might even be of interest to non-developers/programmers. Thanks.
Varied technical and fun content
Master feed pulls in all of this network’s coding shows. I love the candor of the hosts and guests, and the overall tilt toward JS based content. I especially like JS Party and the main Changelog show but they all have good stuff. As a front end developer this feed ticks all the boxes for me. Thanks team.