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Fastify served with a refreshing Pino 🍷 (JS Party #197)
Matteo Collina, Ph.D takes us to school on all things Node, Fastify, and Pino. We start with his journey into the Node community, how he got started in open source, and his experience as a member of Node’s Technical Steering Committee (TSC). We then nerd out about middleware architecture, data structures and logs (yes, logs), and of course, we dive into what makes Fastify so darn fast and how Pino was the precursor project.
eBPF and Go (Go Time #201)
eBFP (7 years old) is a sandbox that can run code inside the linux kernel. It started as a technology to build firewalls, and has evolved over time to include a range of new features. The panel discuss the origins of eBPF and how it works, as well as dig into some real-world use cases. While eBPF programs themselves aren’t written in Go (more like C), we will hear about how you can communicate with eBPF programs from your Go code.
A universal deployment engine (Ship It! #23)
In today’s episode, Gerhard is talking to Sam Alba, Docker’s first employee, and Solomon Hykes, the Docker co-founder. Together with Andrea Luzzardi, they are the creators of Dagger, a universal deployment engine that trades YAML for CUE, and uses Buildkit as the runtime. Why? Because we should stop rewriting the same application deployment logic in scripts, makefiles or continuous delivery configuration. That’s right, this is the YAML vaccine that we have all been waiting for. Gerhard believes that one day, Dagger will become just as meaningful for application delivery, as Docker is today for application code.
Federated Learning 📱 (Practical AI #153)
Federated learning is increasingly practical for machine learning developers because of the challenges we face with model and data privacy. In this fully connected episode, Chris and Daniel dive into the topic and dissect the ideas behind federated learning, practicalities of implementing decentralized training, and current uses of the technique.
Lessons from 10k hours of programming (The Changelog #463)
Today we’re talking to Matt Rickard about his blog post, Reflections on 10,000 Hours of Programming. Matt was clear to mention that these reflections are purely about coding, not career advice or other soft skills. These reflections are just about deliberately writing code for 10,000 hours, which also correlates with the number of hours needed to master a skill. If you count the reflections we cover on the show and be the first to comment on this episode, we’ll get in touch and send you a coupon code to use for a 100% free t-shirt in the merch store. Good luck…
Building GraphQL backends with NestJS (JS Party #196)
Doug Martin joins Nick to talk to us about building GraphQL backends in TypeScript with NestJS and his project, nestjs-query. We talk about what NestJS is and its built-in support for GraphQL and REST, and then dive into how NestJS-query extends it to generate code for you.
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.