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Android Developers Backstage
Episode 177: Honor every photon

Android Developers Backstage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 45:08


In this episode, Bart Wronski takes Tor, Romain, and Chet through the camera pipeline that powers the Pixel phones. We talked about how cameras capture images, and how the algorithms responsible for Pixel's beautiful images work. If you've ever wondered how HDR+ or Night Sight works, this episode if for you! Top row: Tor and Bart. Bottom row: Chet and Romain.   Links: Bart's blog on graphics and image processing SIGGRAPH paper and presentation on handheld multi-frame super resolution Night Sight Astrophotography with Night Sight HDR+ with bracketing on Pixel Live HDR+ on Pixel 4 (HDRnet)   Bart: @bartwronsk Romain: @romainguy Chet: @chethaase Tor: @tornorbye

Software Engineering Daily
Developer Relations at Google with Luke Mahe

Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:28


The last 15 years have seen the emergence of cloud-based developer APIs and services as dominant components of the developer toolchain. As a result, there has never been more power at developers' fingertips. But making that power usable and accessible is a challenge that is shared between the providers and the consumers of these services. The post Developer Relations at Google with Luke Mahe appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#338: Using cibuildwheel to manage the scikit-HEP packages

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 77:44


How do you build and maintain a complex suite of Python packages? Of course, you want to put them on PyPI. The best format there is as a wheel. This means that when developers use your code, it comes straight down and requires no local tooling to install and use. But if you have compiled dependencies, such as C or FORTRAN, then you have a big challenge. How do you automatically compile and test against Linux, macOS (Intel and Apple Silicon), Windows, and so on? That's the problem cibuildwheel is solving. On this episode, you'll meet Henry Schreiner. He is developing tools for the next era of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and is an admin of Scikit-HEP. Of course, cibuildwheel is central to this process. Links from the show Henry on Twitter: @HenrySchreiner3 Henry's website: iscinumpy.gitlab.io Large Hadron Collider (LHC): home.cern cibuildwheel: github.com plumbum package: plumbum.readthedocs.io boost-histogram: github.com vector: github.com hepunits: github.com awkward arrays: github.com Numba: numba.pydata.org uproot4: github.com scikit-hep developer: scikit-hep.org pypa: pypa.io CLI11: github.com pybind11: github.com cling: root.cern Pint: pint.readthedocs.io Python Wheels site: pythonwheels.com Build package: pypa-build.readthedocs.io Mac Mini Colo: macminicolo.net scikit-build: github.com plotext: pypi.org Code Combat: codecombat.com clang format wheel: github.com cibuildwheel examples: cibuildwheel.readthedocs.io Cling in LLVM: root.cern New htmx course: talkpython.fm/htmx Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm ---------- Stay in touch with us ---------- Subscribe on YouTube (for live streams): youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Talk Python Training AssemblyAI

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast
Are You Ready for an Eco-Friendly 3D Printed Home?

Real Estate News: Real Estate Investing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 5:13


Technology is taking big steps in the housing industry with 3D printed homes. Developers are pushing them as “cheaper, stronger, and more efficient” than traditional homes, and the idea is gaining ground. With affordable housing in short supply, energy efficiency becoming a mandate, and the threat of more severe weather-events, 3D printed homes could provide a desirable eco-friendly option.Hi, I'm Kathy Fettke and this is Real Estate News for Investors. If you like our podcast, please subscribe and leave us a review.A husband and wife team are building a 3D printed home in Tallahassee, Florida, that they expect to put on the market next month. It will be a 3-bedroom, 2-bath 1,440 square foot home with an asking price between $175,000 and $225,000. One of the big benefits for this kind of home in a state like Florida is the strength of the building material. Promoters say they will withstand hurricanes and flooding much better than traditional homes. And, they say these homes will also be more resistant to mold, which is a problem in areas with high humidity. Plus, they can be energy efficient, and built more quickly at a less expensive price point.3D Printer Looks Like a Car WashThe process involves a printer that looks more like a car wash but squirts out a cement-like mixture in a back-and-forth motion that's dictated by high-tech computer programs. They come in all sizes depending on the size of the building you want to create. According to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, the printers can range in size from about 10 x 10 feet to 100 x 100 feet and cost between a half million and $700,000. (1)The owners of the company printing the home in Tallahassee, Kyndra and James Light, told the Sun Sentinel: “Make no mistake, these houses are not your average test models.” They claim: “The finished product is far superior in strength, durability, and efficiency.”A 3D-printed home in Riverhead, New York was the first one on the U.S. market. It was listed during the summer for about $300,000. Four other 3D-printed homes in Austin, Texas, were also reportedly ready for occupants over the summer. And a community of 15 eco-friendly 3D-printed homes was supposed to break ground last month in Rancho Mirage, California, near Palm Springs, but developers are working through some regulatory delays.World's First Net Zero 3D Printed Home CommunityDevelopment company, Palari, and construction technology company, Mighty Buildings, are working together on the Rancho Mirage project. Palari claims to be “reimagining” real estate with “innovative and sustainable building strategies.” (2) MIghty Buildings says it will revolutionize home construction with 3D-printing technology. (3) They announced their plan for Rancho Mirage last spring, saying they had secured a 5-acre site and would break ground in September on the world's first 3D printed net zero energy community. (4)According to the Desert Sun, Mighty Buildings had previously built smaller accessory dwelling units with state approval. Co-Founder, Sam Ruben, told the Sun that homes for the Rancho Mirage plan would be larger, with upgraded material that is not yet approved by state officials. He says: “The units we are going to be delivering for Rancho Mirage are utilizing our next-generation material which incorporates fiber reinforcement that adds strength and performance.” Ruben says he isn't anticipating a problem with the approval, and the Palari website says that the Rancho Mirage homes will be ready for delivery in spring of next year.In addition to 1,450 square feet of living space, each home will sit on a 10,000 square foot lot. They will each have a swimming pool, and customizable options such as cabanas, hot tubs, fire pits, and outdoor showers. They will also have solar power for a net-zero carbon footprint, and a mid-century modern design.Other Communities Planned for CaliforniaPalari and Mighty Buildings already have several other projects in the works. The Palari website lists two more for the Palm Springs area including one community in Palm Springs and another in the nearby Desert Hot Springs. Their California project list also includes developments in the San Fernando Valley, the Central Coast, the East Bay, and Napa.You can find out more about those two companies and their plans by following links in the show notes at newsforinvestors.com. The websites for Palari and Mighty Homes provide information on the printing of single-family homes and ADUs. That includes the sale of homes in their planned communities, along with pricing and options. You can also find out more about real estate investing at our website by joining RealWealth for free. As a member, you have access to the Investor Portal where you can view sample property pro-formas and connect with our network of resources. That includes experienced investment counselors, property teams, lenders, 1031 exchange facilitators, attorneys, CPAs and more.And please remember to hit the subscribe button, and leave a review!Thanks for listening. I'm Kathy Fettke.Links:1 -https://www.sun-sentinel.com/business/fl-bz-3d-printed-homes-florida-outlook-20210917-w2l5ef7xgfhfvjuttqvtbqm46i-story.html2 -https://www.palari.com/locations3 -https://mightybuildings.com/projects/rancho-mirage4 -https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/palari-group-and-mighty-buildings-announce-worlds-first-community-of-3d-printed-zero-net-energy-homes-in-rancho-mirage-california-301244886.html

Eyewitness Beauty
63: Q&A With An Anonymous Beauty Product Developer

Eyewitness Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 56:06


Annie and Nick ask product development consultant $%#* (name redacted to protect his privacy) a whole slew of reader-submitted questions. @#($* sheds light on the Vitamin A landscape (retinol, retinoids, tretinoin, etc), the most underrated skincare ingredient, the role of a product developer in a beauty company, and more. Subscribe to our Patreon at patreon.com/eyewitnessbeauty. Support us!

Let Me Tell You About...
Developer Insights on M7 ESCAPE THE MATRIX

Let Me Tell You About...

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 57:01


Brian and Tad pick the mind of the mysterious 'fritz' the secret man behind the M7: Escape the Matrix mask.  We elaborate on the feelings of mystery and, ironically, freedom that the game elicits in its design.  I also make a joke about Spongebob being full of cum.No idea what we're talking about?  Check out the stream of our escape or try to break out yourself!► https://youtu.be/hm0eKi2zlqM► https://escapethematrix.itch.io/m7-escape-the-matrix(btw the title of this is seven words)

9to5Mac Happy Hour
New MacBook Pro expectations unleashed, Apple Watch Series 7 reviews

9to5Mac Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 80:34


Benjamin and Zac discuss the initial reaction to the Apple Watch Series 7, HomeKit announcements, some TV+ news, and — most importantly — get hyped for the new MacBook Pros coming at the ‘Unleashed' Apple event next week. Sponsored by Totallee: Get 20% off totallee iPhone 13 cases and more with code SLEEK at totalleecase.com or (SLEEK20DEAL on Amazon). Sponsored by TextExpander: Visit textexpander.com/podcast and select 9to5Mac Happy Hour to save 20% off your first year! Sponsored by ExpressVPN: Take back your Internet privacy today and get 3 months free with a 1-year package at ExpressVPN.com/HappyHour. Sponsored by BetterHelp: As a listener, you'll get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/MacHappyHour. Follow Zac Hall @apollozac Benjamin Mayo @bzamayo Read More Here's how the new green Apple Watch Series 7 color looks in the real world Almost a third of MacBook owners will upgrade to 2021 MacBook Pro, says analyst First Apple Watch Series 7 orders arriving to customers around the world Everything to expect from Apple's October event: M1X MacBook Pro, AirPods 3, and more Universal Control now labeled as ‘beta' ahead of macOS Monterey official release Apple moves Safari favorites bar back where it's supposed to be in Monterey beta 10 Apple orders comedy series ‘Shrinking', hailing from Ted Lasso writers Bill Lawrence and Brett Goldstein Comment: Don't expect the new M1X MacBook Pro to replace M1 models New MacBook Pro rumored to feature 1080p webcam, 16 GB RAM as standard Upcoming M1X MacBook Pros rumored to feature 120Hz displays with mini-LED Apple announces ‘Unleashed' special event for October 18, M1X MacBook Pros expected Comment: Here's why the Apple Watch Series 7 is still a notable upgrade for many users Listen to more Happy Hour Episodes Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Listen to more 9to5 Podcasts Stacktrace Apple @ Work Alphabet Scoop Electrek The Buzz Podcast Space Explored Rapid Unscheduled Discussions Enjoy the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon to support 9to5Mac Happy Hour!

Inside Facebook Mobile
34: Open Source Developer Advocacy with Cami

Inside Facebook Mobile

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 47:43


Cami is a developer advocate for Open Source and Facebook Reality Labs (FRL), our AR/VR organisation. In this episode's interview Cami and our host Pascal discuss how developer advocacy is approached at Facebook, how to build developer empathy, and tackle the eternal question of why it's worth investing in Open Source. If you've ever wanted to dip your toes into VR development, stick around for the end when Cami shares some of her favourite resources. Got feedback? Send it to us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/insidefbmobile), Instagram (https://instagram.com/insidefbmobile) and don't forget to follow our host @passy (https://twitter.com/passy). Fancy working with us? Check out https://facebookcareers.com. Links: Hand Tracking Pirates Demo: https://developer.oculus.com/blog/new-oculus-open-source-library-and-pirates-demo-app-qa-with-developer-luca-mefisto-on-hand-tracking-innovation/ Hand Physics Lab: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/app/3392175350802835/ Build Your First VR App with Unity: https://developer.oculus.com/documentation/unity/unity-tutorial/ Unity VR: https://learn.unity.com/course/oculus-vr Cami on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cwillycs?s=09 ValemVR on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ValemVR Oculus on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/oculusvr Facebook Open Source on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FacebookOpenSource Traveling While Black: https://www.oculus.com/experiences/go/1994117610669719/   Timestamps: Intro 0:06 Cami Intro 1:21 What is developer advocacy? 4:08 Developer empathy 9:45 Why invest in Open Source? 14:23 End of life for OSS projects 19:57 AR/VR abstractions 22:42 Becoming an expert learner 32:21 VR dev learning resources 37:56 Most underrated FB OSS project 43:06 Outro 46:25

FounderQuest
Hook Relay Launched! Was it Fireworks or Crickets?

FounderQuest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 31:29


Show notes:Links:Hook RelaySSL Server TestSecond brand marketing tips Twitter thread XhtmlchopHook Relay Twitter announcementHook Relay blog announcementDerrick Reimer & Corey Haines Product Hunt launch Startup Director List Indie Hackers launch repeatedly Not very accurate auto-generated transcript:Ben - you know, last week I recorded a quick little message talking about why we weren't recording our podcast. That was in the middle of the let's encrypt ssl certificate fiasco that swept across the internet and you know, at the time it really didn't feel like a huge problem. Uh like from our perspective there wasn't much of an impact, but there was some impact, but then later on that day and the next day I was reading some articles and like apparently it was a pretty big deal for a lot of people. So uh yeah, wasn't wasn't just us, it's one Josh - of those things like I could just kept seeing it more and more like just pop up in random places though to like, not, not necessarily in our world, but it was just like affected all kinds of different things. Ben - Yeah, yeah, so shout out to ssL labs for their ssl testing tool to put a link to that in the show notes. Whenever you have a question about your ssl you should check that first because it does tell you when, when things are bad. Josh - Yeah, I hadn't used that tool before and it was very very helpful on customer support. Especially like sending to people and we needed to like prove that we were, we were not at fault like you know, it gave us like a smoking gun that we could. Yeah. Yeah. Really great. Starr - That's always a weird thing to do in customer services and it's like um it's like no, actually like I found the line in the library you mentioned. That's actually the problem. It does everything to do with this. Yeah. Yeah. And then um and then facebook goes down so I'm thinking I'm thinking we are like, like spooky Tober is starting up like things are starting to get witchy. Josh - I kind of like I I was like checked out the day facebook went down so I like missed most of like the fun on whatever online and I guess on what the other social networks that didn't go down, twitter mostly. But yeah, that's kind of wild. The story that I at least what I picked up. Yeah, I'm not on facebook. So Starr - my favorite part is how they house since everything was tied together, they couldn't get access to the building. They have the servers to do the like you know, manual physical reset then you had to do Josh - because of that security. Starr - Yeah. Like that's like I don't know that. It seems like it's out of some sort of movie or something. Yeah. It's just like a comedy. Josh - They like accidentally deleted their private keys to the building or something. Starr - Yeah. Or maybe like in oceans  type movie where um like they like the crew does that like the cruise like well if we mess with their DNS records and they'll be locked out of the hotel for six hours, let's give us time to like airlift the loot out. Josh - Yeah. Or what about like just like mission impossible. But with nerds. Uh huh. You know like trying to break into the building. Starr - I mean that's what we are here at found requests aren't right. Mission impossible with. Starr - Okay. Um So in addition to all that um just terrible stuff happening, there was um some good stuff happened. We had our, you know we have the hook relay, we did a little launch to our user base or honey badger user base. Um Do you wanna talk about that a little bit? Ben - Yeah that was that was the day before the ssl problem. So Josh - that was it. Yeah that's maybe that's why I was like the details. I was like trying to like remember what I did last week or whatever and I was like I could and then I remembered I'm like how did I forget about the hook really launch. But yeah, maybe that's I spent the next day, like on support. Ben - Yeah, yeah. Unfortunately, who really was impacted by the ssl thing. And so like, the day after our launch day, we had to deal with the on fire kind of situation. But you know, props to kevin very quickly finding that issue and fixing it. And uh, it's nice to have, you know, the service, uh, deployment that we have, pushing it out was quick. That was that was nice. But yeah, we, we were able Josh - to help some people on twitter because we, uh, we did some crowd sourced troubleshooting and yeah, we're able to share our fix with a few friends. So that was heroes. Hopefully we Starr - were, hopefully we think people like you for everyone. Ben - Yeah, but I think think the launch went well. We had an email out to our, to leveling up mailing list and got a pretty good response right on that. We had put a banner up and on the, on the website and put a banner up on the app. And those had some pretty good click throughs as well. I'm just looking at the stats from Fathom this morning and yeah, it's a good good share of traffic from those sources. So it's nice to see that people care enough to click through and zero working on that was pretty cool. Josh - Yeah, because I think, I think like the, uh, it was, I felt pretty encouraged by just the, you know, the level of engagement that we got from, from everything, like it seems like, I mean the worst that could happen is like you put out the, you know, you put out everything that's just crickets, like, you know, and so yeah, I mean people signed up, we got some sign ups and we started, I mean like we've our support and feature request throughput has increased for sure on like from almost zero to something. So, you know, we got, we got some feature requests coming in, that's that's all good. Starr - Alright. I suppose we should mention what hook really is and why people should be interested in it. Um since, yeah, that's some people might want to know, Ben - are you gonna tell the star what it is? Oh, I, I mean, I'm trying to find out Starr - your, well, uh, I'm on the edge of my Ben - seat over here. Starr - There you go. I don't know. Hook relay is an enterprise level Blockchain analysis tool. It's not love it, look really uh, lets you have um, web hooks that are, you know, as high quality of stripes. Web looks like very high quality, very fully featured and just like a couple of minutes without much code or work. And um yeah, and honey badger. We have a lot of, you know, web hooks that go out and stuff and we use that for all of ours, I think right now for some of them at least. And yeah, so so that's what it is. Ben - Yeah, great for debugging and in the past week I've been doing a little side project that has inbound web books and so uh since I don't have it's launched yet, it's been handling my inbound web books for me and just storing them so I can go back and you play the we play the payloads against my uh my test instance. And uh there's a there's a button in hickory. They that I think I think kevin added, which I'm totally in love with now it's the copy as curl button. And so I can just click that button and dropping my terminal and boom, now I have a curl payload that I can send to my my dove, you know, server great. Starr - So you can be so so the the thing you're working on the like you can just like go do other things and will collect your inbound web hooks like just like your Jeffrey Bezos or something like you could be on the beach um doing whatever you want and then just um yeah, then just copy the curl Ben - you got it. Yeah. And then and then even better once I do launch, I would just add my production U. R. L. As the hook relay in point and then we'll actually start delivering them. So I want to change anything with that web provider that's sitting in the stuff right? Josh - Doesn't have as replay to right, Like if you if you have a bunch, can we do we do that add or? Yeah there Ben - is a re send button so you can okay you can send it again. Josh - So like for local development you could also like pointed out like an end rock like to your local host or something and replacing my books or something if you wanted to do if you wanted to do it in real time. Right? Yeah, Starr - that's cool. Yeah, pretty heavy. Josh - Maybe we should make like a like a hook relay native End Rock. They just like, you know, you can spin up your hook directly to your local host or something. That would be kind of cool. Ben - I had the same thought this morning. Yeah like stripe provides you a cli tool that will listen to their web hooks and then relate it to your local instance while you're developing. I'm like oh yeah, we should have the same thing really. So they can just listen to your endpoint and suck it down and replay it for you with it on the feature list. Josh - Yeah I do. Starr - I mean what's there? There is a danger here though that like if you make it too easy for people like they might not feel like they're being productive or like they really bring much value. Like if you make it also turnkey for developers and so easy. Like the developer just might be like what what am I even here for What's my job? Josh - You wouldn't feel like a hacker anymore. Starr - No, no, like that's something we've got to watch out for as we move forward boldly. Josh - Well how do you like write some like assembly code for a capture or something? Mhm. Josh - So yeah, we got a lot of the ideas for the uh hook relay uh launched a honey badger customers through a tweet that I had sent out a few weeks before just asking like like what's the best way to um launch for, you know, for what company with one product to launch another product and let their existing customers. No, and ah asking twitter is always, I mean it's usually helpful at least in our indie hacker space, everyone's always got ideas so we got a lot of good ideas from people there um including I think one of, one of the ideas was like depending how far along we are, like, you know, do you make a separate brand or like how do you like, like how does it change the, like the parent company, you know, if you're moving from, Josh - You know, a one product company to multiple products. That's all, that's all interesting. We opted just, you know, we're kind of like honey badger is the company and then it's hook relay by honey badger, I think it's kind of our our approach there but there's a lot of different ways you can do it. Ben - Yeah the one the one snag on that has been the other day. I was poking around in stripe and I was looking at the email setting options. They have, you can, you know, have stripes and emails when a payment fails for example and then it points them back to a payment collection page. I was like, yeah, we should have that, it's like click the button to turn it on and I preview the email and the, it's based on the business name. So uh it says oh honey badger industries LLC, you know, payment page or whatever. And I was like, well people who are hungry customers aren't really going to recognize that name necessarily. Uh so I Ben - can't have that. And so I went dug around the stripe settings and it's like, well you can't really do anything but the actual business name on that particular page, even though on the end of stripe settings you can set the credit card like, you know, that shows up on the actual payment thing, you can change that and uh so that's set in our case to hook dot gov but you can't change the the email header from to be something different from the business name and well we haven't registered cookery they as a business name because it's like yeah, it's just a, it's just a product, right? So I didn't feel comfortable changing that in stripe because like, well it's really not our business name so I think what can you Josh - do like a D. B. A. Or something? Yeah. Ben - Yeah that's what I thought it's like, well I guess perhaps it's time to register that? D be a for every day so I can actually change the business name and blah blah. Josh - Yeah. It's kind of exciting though, like all the all these, you know, new problems come up, but it's because we have this new product that has to become more official. So um we're like we were also talking about like like now that we actually have some people using it, we're gonna need a way to like notify them of changes to the product or improvements or you know, all the all the little infrastructure things that we have for honey badger that we haven't quite gotten around to yet on hook relay. Mm Ben - Yeah, these are nice, nice things to deal with as opposed to like crickets. Josh - Yeah. Ben - So glad that somebody showed up to actually use the app. Nice. Josh - So next up for hook relay is this quarter, we've decided to do some uh spend some additional time on product development and implement some of those feature requests. I think that should be uh should be a good time. Ben - Yeah, I think I think we have a backlog of like  or so items and in good health, so I think we have plenty of stuff that we could keep us busy for the next few months on a greeting. It's cool. Starr - Yeah and you were talking about taking a, um, and sort of multi lunch approach, right? We just got out of always been watching. Yeah, always be launching. So we're going to just have from now on every episode of this podcast, we're just gonna launch really, I'm gonna make people explain what it is. Uh, Josh - next week is show hacker news. Starr - Yeah. Yeah. So I guess at some point like you have to just call these things campaigns and instead of launches, but it feels very dynamic to call them launches. Josh - Yeah. Well you got to call him a launch. Like for the sake of the whatever platform you're your campaign is speaking to because you know, you got to make them feel special first. It's the launch for them. It's, you know, it's, it's for them. It's, it's a, you know, it's the first launch ever. I've never heard of us before, I'm sure. Starr - Oh, that makes sense. It's like you're launching the campaign, Josh - right? Yes, you're launching the campaign. So I think we'll probably be doing, I will do a show H N. And we'll do a, we'll probably do something with indie hackers at some point. I imagine. Um, there's a list, I, I saw a list somewhere, I'll take it if I can find it, but just a list of like all those little, like all those, like a big list of platforms basically like that that you can, you know, forearms basically. But Ben - yeah, you know, we should go, we should go old school and we should do regional launches. Like I used to work for a company where it was very much local and so like every, every few months would be a new city. We're gonna send the crew, we're gonna set up stuff and we're gonna launch in this city. So we should totally do that. Like we should start and of course here in the Seattle area and then branch out to California and then you move across the country and you're saying Josh - we're gonna do a national tour. Starr - Does that mean you like, can we get a bus, you lock access based on geo location? A very p Ben - it's like, yeah, sorry, we're not in your area yet. Please check Josh - back. Mhm. Ben - Please sign up to be notified when we're in your area. Starr - Nice. Josh - Well if we do regional launches, we might have to have regional managers. Oh, you know, I gotta think about your chart. Mhm. Josh - Yeah. So I think like the launch, you know, there's a lot of small places you can kind of launch to. Um, I think the big one that is on our um, on our radar is product cut. But I think we're quite, you know, based on the advice, we've heard about doing an effective like initial product launch. It sounds like maybe it would be better to polish polish the product hops and feedback feedback about it. Maybe like be a little bit more established or something. Um it just seems like the, the products lately that have been really had really successful product launches have been, have had like um they put were like a lot of work into the actual like launch campaign Josh - before products like had a video and some of them almost seem like Kickstarter quality type campaigns or something, I don't know how over the top we're going to go, but I think that the current plan is to uh you know, kind of do some of the smaller things and implement some feedback and start to, you know, we might we're planning on doing like a redesign of the website eventually um with what we learn, so um then you have a designer in progress I think Ben - Yeah, three years. Yeah, yeah, first I guess it's the first time we've had an external designer working on one of our products, so we have a we have Josh - someone do, we had someone do the honey badger website at one point started, I think you did yeah, yeah, way back, I thought that was all star Starr - um now I built it, I built the html but I built it based off of uh like pds or something. Ben - Yeah, well this time it's being built so it's even more hands off, that's nice uh someone reached out to me on twitter and uh we mentioned a few episodes ago that we were getting this design done and I didn't know at the time what kind of built was option we had, whether it's going to be a tailwind, which is what our new hotness these days that we love or is going to be something else and it's going to be something else going to bootstrap, but even bootstraps as long as as long as we can modify it, that's that's my thing. Like, I remember back and way, way back in the day before a bootstrap when we were doing, you know, freelancing for people, we would get those designs from the designers and it would be a PSD Ben - right? And then I had no, no way to really deal with that. And so I would send it off to this chop chop shot. Yeah. X. Html shop I think was the name of the business, I think they're still around even and and they would they would take the PSD and convert it into html and CSS, which was, you know, of questionable quality I guess. I mean it worked, but it's like, oh, it's ugly, like just like I don't ever want to touch that and uh and being able to actually have like a designer give you html CSS and it's actually going to be, you know, structured like in the same way because it's based on a framework like Duceppe like that's that's awesome. That's much as Josh - an alternate, like tabs and spaces. Mhm Ben - Yeah, the good old days Starr - they just wanted to keep you on your toes josh. Josh - I remember, yeah, I used to do why I didn't do, I wasn't a chop shop, but I used to, you know, implement my own Photoshop, um, yeah, designs and html and stuff and yeah, that was, that was fun. Like getting all the pixel dimensions and the, you know, in your overall Photoshop layout, piecing it all together. Kind of like, it's kind of like a puzzle. Like you're putting a puzzle together. Starr - Yeah. I mean they called it a chop shop because like it was, they made a lot of, they made big use of the slice tool in Photoshop. Josh - Yeah. Starr - Where you basically, you basically went in and you know, you couldn't do CSS borders or drop shadows or anything like that. I mean, I guess you could do borders but not like nice. They didn't have rounded corners. They didn't drop shadows, anything like that. And so, um, you basically had to go and like tell Photoshop like, okay, like, like you could you tell it to split up the image in these parts and then like, you know, leave make this middle sort of a place for you to put some html so you can put stuff in the middle of your box and then, I don't know, it was just, it was not the best and so a lot of that bad. Html and CSS was, I mean, I imagine a lot of it was auto generated. Yeah. Josh - Yeah. Yeah. There were even some, some tools just to like that, you know, you kind of like dry your borders and stuff and fill out, I don't know, like fill out some stuff in the app and then it just like generates the html page for you. And that was always like the worst, like the absolute worst thing you could go with. But you know, it, I guess the people's standards weren't as high in those days either. So you could get away with a lot, Starr - I guess not. Josh - But yeah, we'll, uh, we'll get to product hunt eventually. And uh, yeah, I guess if if you as a listener have a tip for us on how to get a good product launch, go and let us know. Um, and also we will hopefully involve, um, we're gonna want to like bring in our networks to this, I think eventually. So, uh, yeah, I hope that all of our listeners will, um, will help us when the time comes to, uh, to have a good product launch with lots of up votes and, you know, telling your friends and whatnot. Ben - And, and maybe we could even get one of our listeners who might be interested in a half a particular talent for doing a product promotion. Like we could even just hand out to someone and say, hey, go go do that for us. Josh - Yeah, that would be, that would be nice too. Because then we wouldn't have to do it ourselves. Yeah, like a product consultant. Ben - Exactly, there's gotta be some out there, I mean product has been around long enough now, there's got to be specialists. Right? Josh - Yeah. Well isn't that kind of uh Cory Haynes helped derek with for the cow? Right. Yeah. Yeah, Ben - I'm sure Corey is really busy, so if someone wants to be like Corey do that for us, that would be totally awesome. Josh - We just need a we just need a guru. Ben - I was surprised on the day I signed up for the uh product hunt rss feed, I put that in my news reader and I was I mean I've seen you know probably things on twitter from time to time and I click through and I look at stuff but I never really followed closely, I was surprised how many launches there are products on every day, There's a lot there, so I think you really got to stand out in some way to be able to mix them, get some head space because there's just a lot of competition for things on the products on, Josh - I gotta say like just the Indy hacker space, like not indie hackers dot com but like just the overall in the hacker community is just like wild lately, like I don't know about you but I feel like a total just like dinosaur. Um Like I feel like I've like like I'm becoming out of touch so I need to like I need to I probably need to pay a little more attention to like, you know what the what the new uh what the latest is? Starr - I think it's inevitable that you get out of touch, right? I mean that's that's why Josh - Yeah, but like people I don't I don't think there yet, like I don't I don't want to be there yet, I'm not ready for it start. Josh - Uh huh Ben - Yeah geriatric highly valued developers there we are Josh - now we're we're you know, we're getting back out there. We did our we did our Emma or any hackers Emma. Starr - Uh that's right Josh - yeah, we'll have to do it, we'll have to do some Amas for uh for relay to like all that sort of stuff. I just like that. I love that. Like it just think it seems like the ecosystem is just much, it's so much more developed than when we launched honey badger. There's so many more places to go, especially if you have a tool that appeals to like the, you know, developer, you know, I guess just developers and yeah Ben - and it feels like there's so many people in the community now who are, you know, identify in that group. Uh you know like there were three micro conferences in the past three weeks or four weeks right? There was to locals and then one in europe. So Uh that's just one indicator that there are a lot of people out there like us, you know definitely more than there were  years ago who are enjoying this life of building things and sell them to people. It's nice Josh - love. It's awesome. We should talk about um the Q one  marketing campaign that we have in the works for Hook really? Because I thought that was an interesting idea. The I guess I'll just say it the the idea, I think this was been your idea uh to basically we want we want to like try some marketing like you know, putting some dollars behind Hook really and see if we can actually generate some, you know new customers that way. And um we already have like a marketing budget and um like a bunch of you know ongoing relationships and campaigns and stuff that we run for honey badger. So the idea was to basically just like have a swap. Josh - Not I think we're gonna go with a quarter, not a month, like just basically try swapping out some of our advertisements for honey badger which are typically like um more like just kind of general awareness brand style. I'm like, you know, keep us top of mind sort of advertisements. Um you know like we do a lot of podcast ads and that sort of thing, newsletter sponsorships. So swap them out for a little while and just replace them with hook relay and uh you know, see how that goes um at this, you know, I guess a side benefit of that approach is that we we get to see what happens when we stop putting money into the honey badger advertising, which is always, I mean like that's a good experiment in its own like, Josh - you know, so I'm interested to see how that how that turns out both on both sides. Like you know, do we, do we lose any momentum with honey badger? Do we gain a lot of, you know, how much momentum do we gain with hook? Really? Ben - It feels like kind of like the pricing experiments that you're always nervous about doing because you don't know if you're going to like royally hose your business, you know, you won't and in our case you don't know for a while you have to let it play for a few months before you find out. Right. And so uh yeah, so switching the marketing like that feels like one of those experiments like well this could be really bad or it could be like there's no impact. And so it's like, oh well then maybe it's we re evaluate how we spend our marketing dollars for honey badger at that point, you know? So yeah, I'm pretty exciting, nervous and excited about trying that. Experiment Josh - my prediction. I'll make a prediction is that I don't I don't really think it's I don't I don't imagine it's going to uh have a huge impact on honey badger, like conversions and sign ups and all that at least not if we do, if we do like a quarter, I would all kind of be surprised if we see any difference if we, you know, as long as we resume at some point. Um Just because like a lot of our advertising and we just we really don't have like clear, you know, like clear objectives necessarily. It's more just like brand advertising. Like and we see we do see a lot of sign ups like Josh - of people coming to us because they heard us heard about us on a podcast, or they saw us in a newsletter, but it's not like click click through, it's not like a like pay per click or something or like click through this and you're gonna convert and we're going to track that. So I think like the it would be bad if we stopped advertising entirely for like a year or two because people forget about you. Like I think that's why we do advertising for the most part at this point, it's just like so people remember that we're here. Um and so that's my prediction is that I don't think we'll see a huge impact on honey badger. Um but I think that because no one knows about hook relay, it could potentially have a big impact for hook relay Starr - uh side now. Um you know, just all of it, all of our listeners, you all should really um you know, enable tracking on your browser's disable your ad blocks and that will make life a lot easier for us because we will be able to um, you know, track funnels a lot easier. So Josh - we can do, we can do marketing, do real marketing on the internet. Um we are using uh, we're using fathom on hook relay and they're like the privacy, whatever privacy first um analytics tool that a lot of people use these days and they're also indie hackers and I don't know, maybe twitter friends for some of us, but they're pretty cool. And uh, they have a feature that um, you can set up like a custom, like domain that like hosts, they're tracking scripts like, because it's all like GDR and like privacy compliant like by default. But even so like if they're added to like a ad blocker, you know, like tracking prevention thing, um you can't host on your own domain so that, you know, it's, it's, you're guaranteed to have accurate accurate results Ben - except for those people who are still using links as their browser, Josh - right? If they're using or Yeah, they're like if they're browsing from their terminal that or if they have javascript disabled. Um Yeah. You know, I mean, I guess if you're, if your audience, your Starr - richard Stallman, if your Josh - if your audience is Lennox, it's like arch Linux users, you're, you're kind of out a lot. Like no matter no matter what. Ben - Just, just put ads on on slash dot and call it a day. Yeah Starr - slash hot. That's that's a tragedy in that they really went downhill. Ben - They're still around though. Like one of the cockroaches of the internet last time is still there. I don't know. I haven't looked at it for years, but you know, but back when I was posting my code to source forge, I was reading slash out everyday Josh - source forage Starr - source for it for ages Josh - still there, isn't it? It's Starr - really hard to use. Ben - It's probably still there. I don't even know. Yeah. Josh - And that was two cows Ben - subversion instead of get we're just this this is the way back episode. We're going back to P. S. D. S. And S. V. N. And slash talk. Josh - Every episode is kind of the way back episode. I mean, yeah, we're way back founders. So Ben - I mean our our company name is now a vintage meme. So it's gotta be a way back. Yeah. Josh - All right, okay. I just got like we had a marketing meeting earlier and Ben Finley, our marketing manager was like looking at R. S. E. O. Performance. He's like, Like we we could improve our website if we if we like if we optimize the three MB Jeff on the home page. I'm like wait we have like a three, we have like a chip on the home page and I remembered I had like this easter egg that if you click like the resolve button in the, in like the screenshot of our, of honey badger on honey badger. Yo it well you can go and do it and you can see what happens. Um We'll make sure we leave it in even if we optimize it. But yeah, that's how we roll is like, we just like kill our search engine optimization. Because Josh - we had to have uh like, yeah, for the walls, we had to have this easter egg. Starr - That's awesome. Ben - Uh The the main thing reminded me that I have an interview being published tomorrow. I believe in Saas Mag at a link that in the show notes but had a great chat. Uh And it was funny because I was like, we were talking about humor and that's like one of our core values of the honey badger our business. And I was like, well, yeah, because like, I mean, we named our company after me, right? So like, you got to have fun in that kind of business, right? Josh - For sure. We should, we should like send out a leveling up email that just is designed to rick roll our customers. I don't know if they'd appreciate that. Starr - We should rename hook related berries and cream. Josh - Uh huh. Yeah, that's a that's creative. You can do that. I mean hook really is kind of like, very like business business formal descriptive. So we could, we could definitely get weirder Ben - for sure. Yeah, that was, that was not one of my more creative days when I picked that name. Josh - I mean the other, you know the upside is that it actually tells people what it does. It's instead of, it is not just named after a, after an animal joke on the internet. Ben - Yeah. Josh - Yeah. Um also it has a proper casing. Ben - Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's you know, one of the things that's funny, I have this I now for whenever we write anything, like we're doing any kind of copy or a blog post or whatever and if we ever reference get hub without the capital agent. And I always catch it now because because of how many people miss capitalized honey badger, like so I knowing how much that like I catch that. I was like, I bet they get how people really appreciate what people actually capitalize their name properly. So yeah, it's like six out to me all the time. Starr - Just for the listeners. The proper capitalization is one capital at the front because it's one word. It's not two words Ben - and go, Josh - yep. For honey badger. Starr - Yeah, yeah, sorry, not get up Josh - as uh two capital letters to capitals. Get lab. But I also now notice the companies that are like us where they have just, they have opted for the lower case in the second word as well. There's a few of those out there. I'm not remembering them off the top of my head, but they always stick out. I mean, I usually remember those now too if I'm familiar with them or I I know that I need to go check and I always go and like check when I'm writing their name at least usually. Starr - And then if you just want to, oh I'm sorry. And then just like if you just want to like just set the world on fire, you can be stripe and have your logo, your name of the logo, low, all lower case. But then in your body text capitalize it. Like they just want to watch the world burn. Uh huh. Ben - Oh, Ben - they're probably trying to punk the new york times editors, you know? Starr - Yeah, probably. Starr - Well, um we're getting a little quiet. Are we reaching the end? Ben - I think we are Josh - depends how far you want to go because I mean like we've got a whole list of topics here, but we are already into this episode of ways. And uh I think like this has been a pretty good episode, you know, it's it's for once. We've actually like managed to stay on topic for the most part. Like this has been mostly a hook really episode. So I think we should probably quit while we're ahead. All right now. And you better you better wrap this up quick start because I'm like, I'm ready to like Starr - dive in the rest of this. So you're about to explain this episode of founder class has been brought to you by hook relay a striped quality web hooks in minutes. That's awesome. Thank you. Uh, if you want to give us a review on Apple podcast, whatever they call it now, I don't know itunes, music to itunes. Um, please do that. If you want to. If you're just in writing for our blog, we are, you know, currently looking for um, ruby python, PHP writers. Um, go to our blog, honey badger to I.  slash blog and look for the request page. And yeah. All right. So I will talk to you guys next week. 

The Real Python Podcast
Welcoming the CPython Developer in Residence

The Real Python Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 92:34


Earlier this year, the Python Software Foundation announced the creation of the Developer in Residence role. The first Visionary Sponsors of the PSF have provided funding for this new role for one year. What development responsibilities does this job address? This week on the show, we talk to previous guest Łukasz Langa about becoming the first CPython Developer in Residence.

Twenty Percent Time
Rissa Jackson: Life as a Junior Developer

Twenty Percent Time

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 29:50


Rissa Jackson (an Apprentice Programmer at Tighten) joins us this week to talk about life as an apprentice/junior developer, tips for getting that first job as a junior developer, and a lot more.Links for this episode:https://www.choosefi.com/how-to-negotiate-salary/https://www.choosefi.com/negotiate-your-salary-with-tori-dunlap/LeetCodeGlue Work: Blog & VideoRissa on InstagramRissa on Twitter

RadioActive
This developers academy welcomes ‘non-tech bros' to the industry

RadioActive

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 3:34


In 2020, only about a quarter of professional computing jobs in the United States were held by women, according to the National Center for Women and Information Technology. One Seattle group is trying to change that and ensure women, people of color, and gender-diverse people are able to show up as themselves in this industry.

Marketplace Morning Report
For more people, home is where the former school, office or historical building is

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 8:10


Developers created about 20,000 new apartment units this year in buildings that used to serve some other purpose. It’s a process called adaptive reuse, and it’s been a big deal in 2021. We take a peek into all the conversion. The upcoming increase in Social Security payments is the biggest it’s been in decades, but what could it mean for seniors? We also examine some of the dynamics behind all that turnover in the restaurant and hospitality industries.

Marketplace All-in-One
For more people, home is where the former school, office or historical building is

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 8:10


Developers created about 20,000 new apartment units this year in buildings that used to serve some other purpose. It’s a process called adaptive reuse, and it’s been a big deal in 2021. We take a peek into all the conversion. The upcoming increase in Social Security payments is the biggest it’s been in decades, but what could it mean for seniors? We also examine some of the dynamics behind all that turnover in the restaurant and hospitality industries.

A Canadian Investing in the U.S. with Glen Sutherland
EP180 Assigning To Developers For BIG $$$ With Deandre Anderson

A Canadian Investing in the U.S. with Glen Sutherland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 22:40


Deandre shares his story on moving away from working with tradition real estate to working with raw land. Its an amazing story that cuts out a lot of the problems traditionally found with real estate/ wholesaling. Deandre Anderson Instagram: @flippingcontractsdre

The Dallas Morning News
10/14/21: City leaders praise Dallas police chief's crime plan...and more news

The Dallas Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 5:21


City leaders praise Dallas police chief's crime plan; Justice Department launches investigation into Texas juvenile lockups; Developers plan bullet train rail station south of downtown Dallas; Mark Cuban stiffens COVID-19 stance; Mary Kay Inc. threatens legal fight over book

Complete Developer Podcast
Mid Level Developer Mistakes

Complete Developer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 59:03


Being a mid-level developer is like being a middle child, or a member of generation X. Everybody forgets about you as you sit there sandwiched between the groups that everyone caters to. However, you still have to get through this phase of your career regardless. Read more › The post Mid Level Developer Mistakes appeared first on Complete Developer Podcast.

Daily Detroit
The details on Apple's new Developer Academy in Detroit (ft. Alisha Johnson)

Daily Detroit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 14:00


Apple has opened a new iOS and App developer academy here in Detroit with the goal of bringing in a thousand students a year across their programs. It's part of their Racial Equity and Justice Initiative, with the goal to help address systemic racism and expand opportunities for communities of color across the country. To learn more, our feature conversation is with Apple's Alisha Johnson. She leads external engagement for Apple's Environment, Policy, and Social Initiatives. Here's a link to learn more and apply when slots become available: https://developeracademy.msu.edu/  

Stacktrace
157: “Very close to folding”

Stacktrace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 67:13


John and Rambo share their bets, hopes, and predictions for Apple's upcoming “Unleashed” event. Will we finally see a new, Apple Silicon-powered MacBook Pro, and what other products might make an appearance at the event? Also, SwiftUI backward compatibility, and re-prioritizing projects in preparation for new OS releases. Sponsored by Shortcut: The project management tool built specifically for software development teams. Start your extended two-month free trial at shortcut.com/sundell. Download MP3 Poker scorecard Play along with this episode's poker game by filling in the score card and sharing it on Twitter. Hosts Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Poker scorecard AirBuddy Property wrappers in Swift SwiftUI backward compatibility Swift's “Library evolution” effort Subscribe 🟣 Apple Podcasts🟠 Overcast🟢 Spotify If you have any feedback about the show, feel free to reach out on Twitter or send us an email.

Tech for Non-Techies
How smart start-ups and corporates hire product teams

Tech for Non-Techies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 25:51


What's technology for? Tech products can make our lives better and make businesses a lot of money. But, without a focus on the user and on the business, technology is an academic project at best, or just an expensive hobby. In this episode, you'll hear from Elisabeth Bohlmann, VP of strategy at December Labs, a product and development studio that works with corporates like Google, and start-ups to validate ideas and build products. Learning notes from this episode: If you don't have a technical background, learning from other people who are succeeding in tech but aren't techies, is often the best way to learn. They can anticipate your questions and mistakes much better than someone who has been coding since they were 8. Before hiring developers, always validate your ideas and create a prototype with designers. Design thinking is central to tech. Whether you're working in a start-up or a corporate, think about business needs first and then find out how technology can meet them.  Say hi to Elisabeth Bohlmann here. If you don't have a technical background and want to hire product teams, get Sophia's e-book on How To Hire Product Teams: a guide for non-technical founders.   ... Do you have a brilliant app idea and no tech knowledge to build it? Get your FREE guide here.   Join the Tech for Non-Techies membership community. As a community member, you'll get: Monthly coaching with Sophia Matveeva Live masterclasses with global experts Supportive Online Community Library of masterclasses Exclusive Resources & Perks Learn more and sign up at https://www.techfornontechies.co/membership   Say hi to Sophia on Twitter. Following us on Facebook and Instagram will make you smarter. 

Indie Pod: An Indie Games Podcast
Odd Bug Studio (Tails of Iron) Developer Interview

Indie Pod: An Indie Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 30:15


In this week's developer Interview, Josh sits down with Odd Bug Studio to talk about their new game, Tales of Iron. They speak about the inspiration behind the storybook art direction, the difficulty debate when it comes to souls like games as well as the studio's origin story. If you like what you hear be sure to follow Odd Bug Studio and their publisher United Label Games on Twitter, as well as add Tails of Iron to your Steam wishlist and or just pick up the game outright. Links: Tails of Iron Steam Page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1283410/Tails_of_Iron/ Odd Bug Studio Twitter: https://twitter.com/OddBugStudio United Label Games Twitter: https://twitter.com/UtdLabelGames Indie Pod Twitter: https://twitter.com/IndiePod If you love Indie Games and want to stay informed, or better yet entertained, be sure to tune in each and every Friday for new episodes of Indie Pod. In which we run you through all the news surrounding the world of Indie Game Development, as well as check out Indies over on crowdfunding sites, answer your listener questions, and even interview a developer or two. So be sure to subscribe to Indie Pod: An Indie Games Podcast on your favorite listening platform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Townbuilders
203 – Bill Allison – Lessons on New Urbanism from the Developing World & How Developers Use Stock Plans to Create Place

Townbuilders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 57:14


Aaron talks with Bill Allison of Allison Ramsey Architect about what urbanists have to learn from third world slums, his long running relationship with Habitat for Humanity, and how builders and developers use his massive stock plan catalogue of traditional architecture to create better places.

Python Bytes
#254 Do Excel things, get notebook Python code with Mito

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 31:02


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Sponsored by us: Check out the courses over at Talk Python And Brian's book too! Special guest: Muhammad Raza Brian #1: yaml, GH Actions, and Python 3.10 Anthony Shaw (and others) Old: python: [3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10-dev] New: python: ["3.7", "3.8", "3.9", "3.10"] Reasons: Github Actions use yaml. yaml treats 3.10-dev as a string, since it's got non-numbers in it. yaml treats 3.10 as a number, and is the same as 3.1 hence, we have to use quotes for “3.10” using them on “3.7”, etc is not necessary, but is a nice consistency Michael #2: Beating C and Java, Python Becomes the #1 Most Popular Programming Language, Says TIOBE via Brain Skin "For the first time in more than 20 years we have a new leader of the pack..." the TIOBE Index announced this month. "The long-standing hegemony of Java and C is over.” For Tiobe, its enterprise focus, has seen Java and C dominate in recent years, but Python has been snapping at the heels of Java, and has now overtaken it... "Its ease of learning, its huge amount of libraries, and its widespread use in all kinds of domains, has made it the most popular programming language of today. Congratulations Guido van Rossum!" Muhammad #3: Newspaper3k: Article scraping & curation News, full-text, and article metadata extraction This allows you extract useful information from news articles, similar to Pocket or InstaPaper. Brian #4: PEP 660, pip 21.3, flit 3.4 -> easy editable installs pip install -e /local/dir is a great way to have a project installed while you are developing it. It used to not work with pyproject.toml based projects. Flit worked around this with flit install --``pth-file (or --symlink) PEP660 - Editable installs for pyproject.toml based builds (wheel based) Plus tons of work by Stéphane Bidoul and others, see Test & Code, episode 163 pip 21.3 (Oct 11), flit 3.4 (Oct 10) now support PEP660 And now with pip 21.3 and flit 3.4, pip install -e works for flit projects If you are using optional dependencies, for example: [project.optional-dependencies] test = [ "pytest", "tox", ] Then you need to use a quotes: pip install -e ".[test]" Michael #5: Mito - a JupterLab Extension - generates Python code while you work on your analysis via Tomas Rollo Mito is a spreadsheet that helps you complete your Python analyses 10x faster. You edit the Mitosheet, and it generates Python code for you. Best way to experience it is to watch the video Muhammad #6: troposphere Python library to create AWS CloudFormation descriptions The troposphere library allows easier creation of CloudFormation templates by writing Python code to describe AWS resources. Extras Muhammad How to learn Unix Tools Brian PyCon 2022 site is live, https://us.pycon.org/2022/ Joke: Alphabet cancels Loon

Break Point
Effective Presentations with Julian Mills - Part 2 - Top 10 Mistakes

Break Point

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 42:50


  We continue our series on effective presentations. We'll share our top 10 common mistakes people make while presenting and how you can avoid them to give you a better chance of people receiving your message. Topics 00:00 Welcome and introductions 03:17 Presenting in edit mode 06:44 Doing demonstrations poorly 11:25 Turning your back 15:39 Lack of practice 18:58 Reading the slides to the audience 21:22 Lack of confidence and energy 24:07 Turn off notifications 27:23 Mistakes with virtual presentations 29:24 Mistakes with hybrid (in-person and remote) 33:28 Boring PowerPoints 38:04 Starting and ending late 40:55 Contact information 41:23 Outro and outtakes Links Certified Master Architect/Certified Technical Architect programs Contact Julian Mills: julian.mills@servicenow.com Check out the other ServiceNow podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Preediction
Y'all Gaming?: Nickelodeon All Star Brawl, The Importance of Developer Support + Metroid Dread Analysis

Preediction

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 37:10


Pro streamers, TKbreezy and Coney, discuss their updated review of Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl, and if any fighting game can ever unseat Smash Ultimate atop the FGC. They also get into developer support and early thoughts on Metroid Dread. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

IT Visionaries
The Power of Passion to Develop Technology with Idit Levine, Founder and CEO, Solo.io

IT Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 40:12


Certain types of technology are easier to understand for some people than for others, and that's okay. Passion is contagious; iIt attracts employees and customers. Strong, passionate leadership with clear vision increases employee satisfaction that then translates to satisfied customers. Developers who make products that build and maintain infrastructure toil to solve problems so their customers can pursue their own desires. Idit Levine, the Founder and CEO of Solo.io, shares her zeal for her company's work as well as a belief in her team's competitive nature.Main TakeawaysThe Power of Passion: Passion is often underrated. It is the engine of creativity and accomplishment. Lean into passion in order to educate others, gather phenomenal employees, and attract customers.  Creation from Competition: Competition can be something that people shy away from. Perhaps this is because they wrongly equate it to being domineering. True competition is about striving to be the best version of oneself and creating an environment for one's entire team to do the same. Embrace competition to win.Knowing the Why of Founding: Founding a company is a huge endeavor. Knowing the reason to be a founder is essential. For Idit Levine, founding was about building on the successful things she had learned from previous stops but also learning from experiences she found wanting and believing she could do even better. Supporting the Team: A CEO should be obsessed with their employees. Leaders must make sure their employees are content and empowered to be their best. Happy employees lead to satisfied customers.  Listening to the Market but Pushing Too: Listen to the market, but don't just listen to the market. Customers don't always know what they need or the direction of where a technology must head. It's the job of a CEO to lead and determine the company's course and the products they must build.IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform

Action and Ambition
Varun Talwar Solves Hard Problems and Empowers Open Source Developers to in Building Better Technology Architecture

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 26:01


Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. Today's guest is Varun Talwar, the founder and CEO of Tetrate. Tetrate provides the tools necessary for a highly efficient application (aware) network. Tetrate helps connect and manage applications across clusters, clouds, and data centers. He is the co-creator of two open-source projects during his stint at Google: gRPC and Istio and has built a community around them. His philosophy has driven him to create these open source projects: Solve a hard problem and make it easier for people to adopt the technology. He first hand understood the challenges that enterprises are going through with modern applications on heterogeneous infrastructures and wanted to solve for those. Let's listen to find out more!

People In Tech
How to become a back-end developer? (Zero to Hero)

People In Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 32:16


What do you call the behind-the-scenes functionality, or brain of a site? The 'back end' of a website is a combination of technology and programming that powers a website. It consists of three parts that a user never sees: a server, an application, and a database. This episode we provide the roadmap to get into backend development.

Linux User Space
Episode 2:08: I'mma Snap on You

Linux User Space

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 83:20


0:00 Cold Open 1:51 Preview 2:26 Beta Banter 16:00 Packaging Discussion 41:33 Snapzilla Watch 58:23 Firefox Suggest 1:01:28 Bing Me Up, Scotty 1:07:29 Housekeeping 1:11:24 Extension Focus 1:18:59 Next Time (Garuda!) 1:20:02 Thank you! 1:20:58 Stinger Coming up in this episode 1. Beta Banter 2. Hybrid Packaging Feedback 3. Snapzilla watch From the thumb California Games (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_Games) Banter - Beta to the Max Ubuntu 21.10 Beta (Now RC) (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/impish-indri-release-schedule/18540) edit doh! Dan gets dates wrong, 10/14 is the proposed release date. Fedora 35 Beta (https://fedoramagazine.org/announcing-fedora-35-beta/) MX Linux RC (https://mxlinux.org/blog/mx-21-release-candidate-1-now-available-for-testing-purposes/) Distro Packaging vs Snap/Flatpak Drew Devault, Original post from 2019 (https://drewdevault.com/2019/12/09/Developers-shouldnt-distribute.html) New post in September (https://drewdevault.com/2021/09/27/Let-distros-do-their-job.html) Mozilla Watch, Snap Watch, Snapzilla Watch?! Ubuntu to switch to snap of Firefox (https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/feature-freeze-exception-seeding-the-official-firefox-snap-in-ubuntu-desktop/24210) Firefox Suggest (https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/firefox-news/firefox-suggest/) Firefox Tests Bing on the 1% (https://www.ghacks.net/2021/09/17/firefox-experiment-is-testing-bing-as-the-default-search-engine/) Brave search (https://brave.com/search/) Firefox 93 Out, too! (https://www.zdnet.com/article/firefox-93-arrives-with-tab-unloading-insecure-download-blocks-and-enforced-referrer-trim/) Housekeeping Linux Cast podcast (https://anchor.fm/thelinuxcast) Linux Cast YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/TheLinuxCast) NEW Reddit subreddit - https://reddit.com/r/LinuxUserSpace/ Email us - contact@linuxuserspace.show Linux User Space Discord Server (https://linuxuserspace.show/discord) Our Matrix room (https://linuxuserspace.show/matrix) Support us at Patreon (https://patreon.com/linuxuserspace) Join us on Telegram (https://linuxuserspace.show/telegram) Follow us on Twitter (https://twitter.com/LinuxUserSpace) Watch us on YouTube (https://linuxuserspace.show/youtube) Or Watch us on Odysee (https://linuxuserspace.show/odysee) Check out our website https://linuxuserspace.show App Focus Firefox Multi-Account Containers This episode's app: * Firefox Multi-Account Containers. (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/multi-account-containers/) Next Time We wrap up our thoughts on Garuda Linux. Garuda Linux (https://garudalinux.org) Join us in two weeks when we return to the Linux User Space Stay tuned on Twitter, Telegram, Matrix, Discord whatever. Give us your suggestions on our new subreddit r/LinuxUserSpace Join the conversation. Talk to us, and give us more ideas. We would like to acknowledge our top patrons. Thank you for your support! Contributor Nicholas CubicleNate LiNuXsys666 Jill and Steve Co-Producer Donnie Johnny Producer Bruno John

IT Career Energizer
313: Look Everywhere For Problems That Need Solving and Build Great Teams with Neil Day

IT Career Energizer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 28:18


In this week's show, Phil talks to Neil Day, who has more than 30 years of experience in the industry having started his career as a coder with Apple. He went on to manage online systems for Walmart and Sears before creating the successful start-up MediaMaster. He is now the Chief Technical Officer for R-Zero. Neil talks about why the search for new initiatives may not always like in your immediate vicinity. He also discusses the value that can be found in building a great team.   KEY TAKEAWAYS:   TOP CAREER TIP Don't always look for problems to solve within the world of IT only. Broaden your search and the solutions you will find may surprise you.   WORST CAREER MOMENT While working for Walmart, Neil's team had been rushed to finish a web solution, but when the product was released, it was found to be lacking in many areas. Subsequently, Neil and the team were hurried back into action to enact a fix, which proved very challenging.   CAREER HIGHLIGHT Neil is extraordinarily proud of the achievements he attained with several large companies, including Walmart's ecommerce site, a reimagined storage solution, and many more.   THE FUTURE OF CAREERS IN I.T Although technology is all-pervasive in today's society, there are still so many things yet to be explored. There are always countless possibilities.   THE REVEAL What first attracted you to a career in I.T.? – Neil began by working on Radio Shack kits with his father before moving on to programming. What's the best career advice you received? – Be solutions focused and results oriented. What's the worst career advice you received? – What would you do if you started your career now? – Neil thinks that joining a large team and understanding the importance of working to scale is vital at a career's outset. What are your current career objectives? – Building great solutions to interesting problems with people whose company he enjoys. What's your number one non-technical skill? – Research and the organization of information. How do you keep your own career energized? – Trying different things and working with interesting new people. What do you do away from technology? – Neil enjoys skiing, windsurfing, playing guitar and mandolin, and applying himself to new pursuits regularly.   FINAL CAREER TIP Find great people to work with and help them to develop their own skills. There is no greater feeling that successfully developing a great team.   BEST MOMENTS  (7:50) – Neil- “It's been a very important theme for me – having a very broad view and trying to match things that work in other areas” (13:06) – Neil- “In many domains there are good patterns and processes for managing problems” (15:50) – Neil– “I've really tried to find jobs where we could make a big difference to the company by developing a new capability” (16:26) – Neil – “The most important thing is finding something that has real impact”   ABOUT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil Burgess is an independent IT consultant who has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to design, develop, and implement software solutions.  Phil has always had an interest in helping others to develop and advance their careers.  And in 2017 Phil started the I.T. Career Energizer podcast to try to help as many people as possible to learn from the career advice and experiences of those that have been, and still are, on that same career journey.   CONTACT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/_PhilBurgess LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philburgess Instagram: https://instagram.com/_philburgess Website: https://itcareerenergizer.com/contact Phil is also reachable by email at phil@itcareerenergizer.com and via the podcast's website, https://itcareerenergizer.com Join the I.T. Career Energizer Community on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ITCareerEnergizer   ABOUT THE GUEST – NEIL DAY Neil Day has more than 30 years of experience in the industry having started his career as a coder with Apple. He went on to manage online systems for Walmart and Sears before creating the successful start-up MediaMaster. He is now the Chief Technical Officer for R-Zero.   CONTACT THE GUEST – NEIL DAY Neil Day can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-day-121444/ Website: https://rzero.com/

Dev Interrupted
Live From INTERACT: Microsoft's Developer Velocity Research

Dev Interrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 15:15


This week we have another episode from the 2021 engineering leadership conference INTERACT. In this live conversation, Conor Bronsdon, Community Lead at LinearB and the executive producer of the Dev Interrupted podcast,  interviews Henrik Gütle, GM of Azure for Microsoft Canada. Henrik joins the podcast to break down the results and key takeaways of Microsoft's research into the impact of remote work on developer velocity - and what engineering leaders can learn from it.The exhaustive study taken over the course of more than a year, both before the pandemic and while it was ongoing, surveyed hundreds of companies regarding a host of topics including: agile practices, cloud adoption, toolsets and talent acquisition. The results of this survey are far-reaching and serve to provide companies with an understanding of transformative business practices. Microsoft's Developer Velocity Report: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/developer-velocity-lessons-from-digital-leaders/Join our Discord Community ►► discord.gg/devinterruptedOur Website ►► devinterrupted.com/Want to try LinearB?  Book a LinearB Demo and use the "Dev Interrupted Podcast" discount code.Have 60 seconds? Review the show on Apple Podcasts

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
Developer Recruiting SaaS Breaks $7k MRR in 6 Months, $6m Raise Next?

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 18:53


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Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#337: Kedro for Maintainable Data Science

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 63:14


Have you heard of Kedro? It's a Python framework for creating reproducible, maintainable and modular data science code. We all know that reproducibility and related topics are important ones in the data science space. The freedom to pop open a notebook and just start exploring is much of the magic. Yet, that free-form style can lead to difficulties in versioning, reproducibility, collaboration, and moving to production. Solving these problems is the goal of Kedro. And we have 3 great guests from the Kedro community here to give us the rundown: Yetunde Dada, Waylon Walker, and Ivan Danov. Links from the show Waylong on Twitter: @_WaylonWalker Yetunda on Twitter: @yetudada Ivan on Twitter: @ivandanov Kedro: kedro.readthedocs.io Kedro on GitHub: github.com Join the Kedro Discord: discord.gg Articles about Kedro by Waylan: waylonwalker.com Kedro spaceflights tutorial: kedro.readthedocs.io “Hello World” on Kedro: kedro.readthedocs.io Kedro Viz: quantumblacklabs.github.io Spaceflights Tutorial video: youtube.com Dynaconf package: dynaconf.com fsspec: Filesystem interfaces for Python: filesystem-spec.readthedocs.io Neovim: neovim.io Watch this episode on YouTube: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm ---------- Stay in touch with us ---------- Subscribe on YouTube (for live streams): youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Tabnine Talk Python Training AssemblyAI

9to5Mac Happy Hour
Apple Watch goes on sale, Find My AirPods, iOS 15.1 beta 3

9to5Mac Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 63:53


This week on Happy Hour, Benjamin and Chance discuss this week's Apple news including the latest antitrust case with the EU, the surprisingly fast availability of Apple Watch Series 7, new AirPods Find My features and a rumored roadmap for CarPlay. Plus, we cover what's new in iOS 15.1 beta 3. Sponsored by MacUpdater: Keep all your software up-to-date effortlessly. Download MacUpdater at corecode.io/happyhour. Get 10% off by using HAPPYHOURQ3 at checkout. Sponsored by Raycon: Get 15% off your order when you go to BuyRaycon.com/HappyHour. It's such a good deal you'll want to grab a pair and a spare. Sponsored by ExpressVPN: Take back your Internet privacy today and get 3 months free with a 1-year package at ExpressVPN.com/HappyHour. Follow Chance Miller @chancehmiller Benjamin Mayo @bzamayo Read More Apple Watch Series 7 now available to pre-order, first shipments arrive next week Apple Watch Series 7 tidbits: size and weight, fast charging, more Apple Watch Series 7 shipping estimates quickly slip to November Here's how Apple Watch Series 7 compares to the Series 6 and earlier Bloomberg: Apple working on deeper integration for CarPlay, including controlling A/C and sound system Apple Japanese antitrust investigation opens, six weeks after another one closed Report: Dutch authority demands Apple makes App Store changes, says in-app purchase rules are anticompetitive iPhone 13 Pro & Pro Max review: The ultimate flagships [Video] iOS 15.1 beta 3 adds new ‘Auto Macro' toggle for disabling camera switching iOS 15.1 beta 3 features native ProRes video capture for iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max Listen to more Happy Hour Episodes Subscribe Apple Podcasts Overcast Spotify Listen to more 9to5 Podcasts Stacktrace Apple @ Work Alphabet Scoop Electrek The Buzz Podcast Space Explored Rapid Unscheduled Discussions Enjoy the podcast? Shop Apple at Amazon to support 9to5Mac Happy Hour!

FounderQuest
The Internet Broke; Why There's No Episode This Week

FounderQuest

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 0:34


Show notes:Links:Umm...here's a picture of a Honeybadger sleeping on our 404 page. He's definitely sleeping.Transcription:*Note, transcription is paraphrased with 1.3% accuracyBen "Expired certificates, yada yada yada, internet broke...no episode. Bada-boom-bada-bing, have a good weekend."

Agile Coaches' Corner
Scrum Cling-ons and Culture Shift with Chris Pipito

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 37:15


This week, Dan Neumann is joined by Chris Pipito, Agile Coach, to talk about Scrum cling-ons and culture shift.   In this episode, Dan and Chris are talking about the aspects that cling to the Scrum framework and really impede organizations' ability to shift cultures from where they were to a point where there are more Agile stands using the Scrum structure. Dan and Chris dive deep into the roles of Scrum, the struggles faced when trying to achieve a culture shift, the real purpose of sprint reviews, and how to narrow stories (instead of splitting them) among other valuable inputs on the matter.   Key Takeaways ● The three roles of Scrum: The Scrum Master, Developers, and the Product Owner. ○ Product and Portfolio managers do not exist in Scrum. ○ For anyone who does not fit into these three roles, there is a need to find a place in the organization where the employee's skills can be applied and are valued. ● What is really a culture shift? ○ The team sizing is an important matter as well as not having the team departmentalized bureaucracy. ○ The necessary organization needs to be in place for different departments to work together. ○ In most organizations, people don't even read the Scrum Guide and they work with people who don't have the proper certifications either, then, as a result, the entire experience with Scrum and Agile is not that satisfactory. ● The cling-ons make it easier not to change behaviors. ○ Is the team clear about the reasons why they are building something? What is the goal that the team is looking to achieve? Standardized forms sometimes do not contribute to the overall goal of a project. ○ Are you talking directly with your customer? ○ What is really the point of the Sprint Review? To inspect the increment and respond to the new information. ○ Teams who work on properly-sized stories check on the customer to make sure they are on the right path; this is much better than assuming they are right. ○ Narrowing stories is different than splitting them; you need to keep the overall objective you are trying to achieve as well as all the different things that you will be able to do, then narrowing that to a “happy path” to build it, without missing the core functionality of what you are trying to reach. ● What are the challenges to be confronted in order to make a shift towards Agility in an organization? ○ Regarding departments, the teams' sizes need to be appropriate. ○ Make sure you look for the skill sets that are needed in each team before just assigning one. ○ Assess the resource allocation fallacy: It's not about “getting the maximum utilization out of the fungible resources” ○ Tip to try in bigger organizations: One group could be separated and treated as if it is an entire organization and show them the results of what is coming up. Sometimes this might mean keeping “management” out.   Mentioned in this Episode: The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organization, by Peter Senge Mob Programming: A Whole Team Approach, by Woodie Zuill and Kevin Meadows   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!  

Software Defined Talk
Episode 323: Boxes and Arrows

Software Defined Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 54:13


This week we discuss AWS Step Functions, VMware Tanzu Community Edition and Zoom's M&A Strategy. Plus, some thoughts on car batteries… Rundown AWS Step Functions Supports 200 AWS Services To Enable Easier Workflow Automation (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/now-aws-step-functions-supports-200-aws-services-to-enable-easier-workflow-automation/) Introducing VMware Tanzu Community Edition (https://tanzu.vmware.com/content/blog/vmware-tanzu-community-edition-announcement) Tanzu Community Edition (https://tanzucommunityedition.io/) Zoom M&A And that's that, as the Zoom deal to buy Five9 is called off – TechCrunch (https://techcrunch.com/2021/09/30/and-thats-that-as-the-zoom-deal-to-buy-five9-is-called-off/) Zoom loses Five9 - leaves the cloud contact center business open to innovative alternatives (https://diginomica.com/zoom-loses-five9-leaves-cloud-contact-center-business-open-innovative-alternatives) Telegram added 70M new users amid six-hour WhatsApp outage (https://9to5mac.com/2021/10/05/telegram-added-70m-new-users-amid-six-hour-whatsapp-outage/e) Relevant to your interests Announcing Trusted Cloud Principles (https://trustedcloudprinciples.com/) Australian Bureau of Statistics runs 2021 Census on the AWS Cloud (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/publicsector/australian-bureau-of-statistics-runs-2021-census-on-the-aws-cloud/) "A New Strategy, R2" (https://redmonk.com/rstephens/2021/09/30/a-new-strategy-r2/) Cloudflare's Disruption (https://stratechery.com/2021/cloudflares-disruption/) PSPDFkit raises $116M, its first outside money; now nearly 1B people use apps powered by its collaboration, signing and markup tools (https://techcrunch.com/2021/10/01/pspdfkit-raises-116m-its-first-outside-money-now-nearly-1b-people-use-apps-powered-by-its-collaboration-signing-and-markup-tools/) Microsoft announces Office 2021 features and pricing (https://www.theverge.com/22704168/microsoft-office-2021-features-pricing-release-date) Paperlike, the Screen Protector for iPad: write and draw like on paper (https://paperlike.com/) Microsoft sets Oct. 5 as Windows 11 launch date (https://www.axios.com/microsoft-oct-windows-11-launch-date-7202798e-fa64-421a-835a-4c625c97e728.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top) COVID Breathalyzers Could Transform Rapid Testing (https://spectrum.ieee.org/covid-breathalyzers-could-transform-rapid-testing) AWS Mistakes (https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=28493193) The Verica Open Incident Database (https://www.thevoid.community/) Developer-focused infrastructure security platform Mondoo raises $15M (https://venturebeat.com/2021/10/05/developer-focused-infrastructure-security-platform-mondoo-raises-15m/) 1 big thing: Enterprise software's reawakening (https://www.axios.com/newsletters/axios-pro-rata-846feca0-b1b3-40c1-92b0-88c5cd3c0d46.html?chunk=0&utm_term=emshare#story0) FB Outage Understanding How Facebook Disappeared from the Internet (https://blog.cloudflare.com/october-2021-facebook-outage/) Tools to explore BGP (https://jvns.ca/blog/2021/10/05/tools-to-look-at-bgp-routes/) Facebook is down, along with Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, and Oculus VR (https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/4/22708989/instagram-facebook-outage-messenger-whatsapp-error) Security The entirety of Twitch has reportedly been leaked | VGC (https://www.videogameschronicle.com/news/the-entirety-of-twitch-has-reportedly-been-leaked/) DeFi bug accidentally gives $90 million to users, founder begs them to return it (https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/01/defi-protocol-compound-mistakenly-gives-away-millions-to-users.html) Hackers rob thousands of Coinbase customers using MFA flaw (https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/hackers-rob-thousands-of-coinbase-customers-using-mfa-flaw/) Company That Routes Billions of Text Messages Quietly Says It Was Hacked (https://www.vice.com/en/article/z3xpm8/company-that-routes-billions-of-text-messages-quietly-says-it-was-hacked) Nonsense There are six internet links on my office on wheels. Seven when Starlink arrives. (https://ghuntley.com/internet/) Australia accelerates its plans to allow international travel. (https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/01/world/australia/australia-international-travel-covid.html) As of today, Australia has 5 time zones once again. (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FAv7UPuVEAA87S9.jpg) April Fools' copy-paste button for lazy programmers now actually for sale (https://www.cnet.com/news/april-fools-copy-paste-button-for-lazy-programmers-now-actually-for-sale/?PostType=link&ServiceType=twitter&UniqueID=5A6C2A44-2481-11EC-97B3-AFC2BDCD475E&ftag=COS-05-10aaa0b&TheTime=2021-10-03T19:37:32&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top) Sponsors strongDM — Manage and audit remote access to infrastructure. Start your free 14-day trial today at strongdm.com/SDT (http://strongdm.com/SDT) CBT Nuggets — Training available for IT Pros anytime, anywhere. Start your 7-day Free Trial today at cbtnuggets.com/sdt (https://cbtnuggets.com/sdt) Conferences KubeCon October 11-15 Virtual and In Person (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/kubecon-cloudnativecon-north-america/) GitOpsDays Community Special: GitOps One-Stop Shop Event October 20 (https://www.gitopsdays.com/) MongoDB.local London 2021 (https://events.mongodb.com/dotlocallondon) - November 9, 2021 THAT Conference comes to Texas January 17-20, 2022 (https://that.us/activities/call-for-counselors/tx/2022) Listener Feedback James wants you to wort at GoCardless in London as a IT Engineering Manager (https://boards.greenhouse.io/gocardless/jobs/3190118.), IT Support Manager (https://boards.greenhouse.io/gocardless/jobs/3501701) or Business Systems Engineer - HR Systems (https://boards.greenhouse.io/gocardless/jobs/3334891) SDT news & hype Join us in Slack (http://www.softwaredefinedtalk.com/slack). Send your postal address to stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com (mailto:stickers@softwaredefinedtalk.com) and we will send you free laptop stickers! Follow us on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/sdtpodcast), Twitter (https://twitter.com/softwaredeftalk), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/softwaredefinedtalk/), LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/company/software-defined-talk/) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi3OJPV6h9tp-hbsGBLGsDQ/featured). Brandon built the Quick Concall iPhone App (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quick-concall/id1399948033?mt=823) and he wants you to buy it for $0.99. Use the code SDT to get $20 off Coté's book, (https://leanpub.com/digitalwtf/c/sdt) Digital WTF (https://leanpub.com/digitalwtf/c/sdt), so $5 total. Become a sponsor of Software Defined Talk (https://www.softwaredefinedtalk.com/ads)! TriggerMesh is hiring! (https://twitter.com/sebgoa/status/1437722696536797185) Recommendations Brandon: Bayco LBC-400 Recessed Light Bulb Changer (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000GAUSCO/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) Drones changing bulbs (https://twitter.com/AgBioWorld/status/1435753919817429000) Matt: Lee “Scratch” Perry A Live Injection: Anthology 1968-1979 (https://open.spotify.com/album/1W3cKgwqmprjq24abdSThm?si=ZOBFrj2FQpqxdjylhaUFEQ&dl_branch=1) Cloud Native AF: Farmers Don't Care About Kubernetes with Mike Dvorkin (https://www.cloudnativeaf.com/4) (https://www.cloudnativeaf.com/4) Photo Credit (https://unsplash.com/photos/ovGrEUgrkyE) Photo Credit (https://unsplash.com/photos/--kQ4tBklJI)

The Heart & Hustle Podcast
183: Want to Start a Product or Digital Shop in Shopify? This Episode is for You with Kait Fontenot

The Heart & Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 53:16


Today's show is for everyone out there wanting to or currently starting or running a product shop. We had the pleasure of chatting with Kait Fonteno, the Founder and Lead Designer and Developer at Kait Studio where she works with women from all over the world to launch and scale their digital brands. Kait began her agency 7 years ago after leaving a career in retail with a laptop, a baby on her lap, and a goal to help women launch online without unnecessary stress.   Over the last seven years, she and her team have launched over 100 websites on Shopify, Showit, and WordPress as well as numerous courses for clients on Kajabi.   Kait specializes in building out custom product shops on Shopify and we dive in deep with her on the topic of all things product shops and Shopify.   Today's episode is a GOLD MINE for our product and digital product shop owners. Whether you're brand new to the idea of a product shop or you've been in it for years and are ready to take your shop to the next level, Kait covers everything you need to know about creating, launching, and scaling a shop that stands out and SELLS.   If you're ready to learn from the inside woman on all things Shopify and product shops, what to know when first starting, should you hire a custom designer right off the bat, should you start with physical or digital products, what even is the difference? What pages or sections should you even have in your online shop? This episode is full of so much information you'll probably need to rewind a few times to take notes.   Show notes:  https://theheartuniversity.com/183-want-to-start-a-product-or-digital-shop-in-shopify-this-episode-is-for-you-with-kait-fontenot HoneyBook: share.honeybook.com/heart In addition to a FREE 7 day trial, get 50% off your first year of HoneyBook, a $200 value!!    The Heart University Courses: www.theheartuniversity.com/courses   Follow along with Kait:  www.instagram.com/kaitstudio www.lovekait.com   If you want to connect with us and other listeners in the Heart and Hustle community join our Facebook group here.   Follow along: www.instagram.com/mrslindseyroman www.instagram.com/evierupp www.instagram.com/theheartuniversity  

Python Bytes
#253 A new Python for you, and for everyone!

Python Bytes

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 44:57


Watch the live stream: Watch on YouTube About the show Special guest: Yael Mintz Sponsored by us: Check out the courses over at Talk Python And Brian's book too! Michael #1: awesome-htmx An awesome list of resources about htmx such as articles, posts, videos, talks and more. Good for all sorts of examples and multiple languages We get a few nice shoutouts, thanks Brian #2: Python 3.10 is here !!!! As of Monday. Of course I have it installed on Mac and Windows. Running like a charm. You can watch the Release Party recording. It's like 3 hours. And starts with hats. Pablo's is my fav. Also a What's New video which aired before that with Brandt Bucher, Lukasz Llanga ,and Sebastian Ramirez (33 min) Includes a deep dive into structural pattern matching that I highly recommend. Reminder of new features: PEP 623 -- Deprecate and prepare for the removal of the wstr member in PyUnicodeObject. PEP 604 -- Allow writing union types as X | Y PEP 612 -- Parameter Specification Variables PEP 626 -- Precise line numbers for debugging and other tools. PEP 618 -- Add Optional Length-Checking To zip. bpo-12782: Parenthesized context managers are now officially allowed. PEP 632 -- Deprecate distutils module. PEP 613 -- Explicit Type Aliases PEP 634 -- Structural Pattern Matching: Specification PEP 635 -- Structural Pattern Matching: Motivation and Rationale PEP 636 -- Structural Pattern Matching: Tutorial PEP 644 -- Require OpenSSL 1.1.1 or newer PEP 624 -- Remove Py_UNICODE encoder APIs PEP 597 -- Add optional EncodingWarning Takeaway I wasn't expecting: black doesn't handle Structural Pattern Matching yet. Yael #3: Prospector (almost) All Python analysis tools together Instead of running pylint, pycodestyle, mccabe and other separately, prospector allows you to bundle them all together Includes the common Pylint and Pydocstyle / Pep257, but also some other less common goodies, such as Mccabe, Dodgy, Vulture, Bandit, Pyroma and many others Relatively easy configuration that supports profiles, for different cases Built-in support for celery, Flask and Django frameworks https://soshace.com/how-to-use-prospector-for-python-static-code-analysis/ Michael #4: Rich Pandas DataFrames via Avi Perl, by Khuyen Tran Create animated and pretty Pandas Dataframe or Pandas Series (in the terminal, using Rich) I just had Will over on Talk Python last week BTW: Terminal magic with Rich and Textual Can limit rows, control the animation speed, show head or tail, go “full screen” with clear, etc. Example: from sklearn.datasets import fetch_openml from rich_dataframe import prettify speed_dating = fetch_openml(name='SpeedDating', version=1)['frame'] table = prettify(speed_dating) Brian #5: Union types, baby! From Python 3.10: “PEP 604 -- Allow writing union types as X | Y” Use as possibly not intended, to avoid Optional: def foo(x: str | None = None) -> None: pass 3.9 example: from typing import Optional def foo(x: Optional[str] = None) -> None: pass But here's the issue. I need to support Python 3.9 at least, and probably early, what should I do? For 3.7 and above, you can use from __future__ import annotations. And of course Anthony Sottile worked this into pyupgrade and Adam Johnson wrote about it: Python Type Hints - How to Upgrade Syntax with pyupgrade This article covers: PEP 585 added generic syntax to builtin types. This allows us to write e.g. list[int] instead of using typing.List[int]. PEP 604 added the | operator as union syntax. This allows us to write e.g. int | str instead of typing.Union[int, str], and int | None instead of typing.Optional[int]. How to use these. What they look like. And how to use pyupgrade to just convert your code for you if you've already written it the old way. Awesome. Yael #6: Make your code darker - Improving Python code incrementally The idea behind Darker is to reformat code using Black (and optionally isort), but only apply new formatting to regions which have been modified by the developer Instead of having one huge PR, darker allows you to reformat the code gradually, when you're touching the code for other reasons.. Every modified line, will be black formatted Once added to Git pre-commit-hook, or added to PyCharm **/ VScode the formatting will happen automatically Extras Brian: I got a couple PRs accepted into pytest. So that's fun: 9133: Add a deselected parameter to assert_outcomes() 9134: Add a pythonpath setting to allow paths to be added to sys.path I've tested, provided feedback, written about, and submitted issues to the project before. I've even contributed some test code. But these are the first source code contributions. It was a cool experience. Great team there at pytest. Michael: New htmx course: HTMX + Flask: Modern Python Web Apps, Hold the JavaScript auto-optional: Due to the comments on the show I remembered to add support for Union[X, None] and python 10's X | None syntax. Coverage 6.0 released Django 3.2.8 released Yael: data-oriented-programming - an innovative approach to coding without OOP, with an emphasis on code and data separation, which simplifies state management and eases concurrency Help us to make Cornell awesome

Dev Questions with Tim Corey
071 How Big Is A Typical Raise For A Developer? Cost Of Living? More?

Dev Questions with Tim Corey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 23:39


What percentage of a raise should a software developer expect to receive each year. Is it the cost of living? Is it more than that? What should I do if I don't think I am getting a fair raise? These are the questions we are going to answer in today's episode of Dev Questions.Website: https://iamtimcorey.com/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/IAmTimCoreySign Up to Get More Great Developer Content in Your Inbox: https://signup.iamtimcorey.com/

TWiT Bits (MP3)
AAA Clip: Developer Perspective On Android 12

TWiT Bits (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 14:33


On All About Android, Jason Howell, Ron Richards, and Stacy Devino talk about the official release of Android 12 and what stands out to Stacy from a developer's perspective. For the full episode, visit twit.tv/aaa/545 Hosts: Jason Howell and Ron Richards Guest: Stacy Devino You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/

Stacktrace
156: “That time complexity problem”

Stacktrace

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 76:34


John gets back into game development, Rambo builds a custom Bluetooth packet parser for AirBuddy, and the two embark on another technical deep dive — this time into the big topic of performance tuning. Accelerate app development with Firebase: Use Firebase's backend services like Firestore, Cloud Storage, Authentication, and more to build serverless, secure apps at global scale. Get started now. Download MP3 Hosts Gui on Twitter: @_inside John on Twitter: @johnsundell Links Imagine Engine John's SwiftUI game demo Rambo's debug app for inspecting BLE advertisements Synalyze It! Sets in Swift Time complexity Entity Component System (ECS) cloc Subscribe 🟣 Apple Podcasts🟠 Overcast🟢 Spotify If you have any feedback about the show, feel free to reach out on Twitter or send us an email.

Software Engineering Daily
Developer Productivity with Utsav Shah

Software Engineering Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 40:53


By most accounts, demand for software engineers exceeds supply.  Not just anyone can develop this skill set to the level required to deliver enterprise-grade production code.  For those that can, companies are incentivized to take extra measures to ensure software engineers are as productive as possible.  The pace of business is often throttled by the The post Developer Productivity with Utsav Shah appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

Destiny Community Podcast
SideQuest: Episode 112 - Tails Of Iron Developer Interview

Destiny Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 59:16


This week the crew talks Kena Bridge of Spirits, Metroid Dread, Deathloop, and much more!--------------------------------------------------------SideQuest is: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @Mrs5oooWatts | @ArekkzFind all of the DCP Members on Twitter: @teft |@TheBriarRabbit | @franmirabella | @Mrs5oooWatts | @Holtzmann_YT | @PopeBearArt by Ash: @AR_McDSocial Media and Twitch Management by Mr_Ar3s: @Mr_Ar3s--------------------------------------------------------Join us on our DCP LIVE Twitch Channel! https://www.twitch.tv/dcp_live/Our Patreon is now LIVE! https://www.patreon.com/dcp_liveJoin our DCP Discord Server! https://discord.gg/dcp--------------------------------------------------------We have a new merch store! Exclusive t-shirts and more incoming!https://www.dcplivemerch.comWant some sweet DCP tshirts/coffee mugs? https://society6.com/dcpSave 5% on Scuf Gaming with code "DCP" https://scufgaming.com/

Church for the Rest of Us Podcast
CFTROU 0141: Be a People Developer

Church for the Rest of Us Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:34


CFTROU 0141: Be a People Developer No matter what kind of organization you're part of, if you are a Christian, you are called into the business of people development. At least, that is what our very own Jimmy Scroggins believes! Welcome back to our series of conversations about culture and how we define it, using the seven Family Church Leadership Principles as our framework. In today's episode, Jimmy and Leslee Bennett are joined by Pastor Joel McDonald and Pastor Jimmy Muir to discuss another one of those principles: be a people developer. We touch on the strong biblical foundations of people development and why it is vital for helping us flourish as Christ-followers, and we share some guidelines for recruiting and attracting the best talent, providing opportunities for training and development, and challenging people to go further than they imagined they could, plus so much more! We hope you'll join us for this practical and powerful discussion on people development! Key Points: Pastor Jimmy Muir defines ‘be a people developer': develop and invest in your team so they can flourish today and be ready for tomorrow. Jimmy Scroggins on people development as discipleship, no matter your organization. How people development aligns with God's will and supercharges the growth of His Kingdom. Allowing people to thrive in their given role; how to assign roles according to the person. The importance of providing opportunities for training and development. What Pastor Joel has learned about the value of communication and staff feedback. Tools for self-development: read books, go places, meet people, and take people with you. Leslee on how she helps people articulate their goals and develop a path to move forward.  Jimmy Scroggins on the importance of launching people, not losing people as they grow.  Final thoughts on people development: start with one person, make people feel seen, and press into those who are pressing into you.  We talk about helping people articulate their goals and dreams and then developing a path for them to move forward.Click To TweetBeing a people developer is vital to helping us flourish as a church family and it is, honestly, vital to following the commands of Jesus Christ. God intended us to sharpen one another, to push one another, to grow together.Click To Tweet Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: Jimmy on Twitter Leslee on Twitter Joel McDonald on Facebook Jimmy Muir Email Family Church Network Family Church on Facebook Family Church on Instagram Get podcast updates delivered to your inbox. Subscribe for free and never miss out on an episode of Church for the Rest of Us. Subscribe via Email iTunes Google Play Stitcher RSS If you like us, rate us or leave a comment below. Hopefully, this episode has given you principles, strategies, and ideas that you can implement right now with the resources you have. If so, can you let others know? The best way to do that is to rate the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher and leave us a brief positive review! This will help us place the podcast in front of more pastors and ministry leaders. It also lets us learn from you. Thank you for taking the time to get the word out about Church for the Rest of Us.

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers
#336: Terminal magic with Rich and Textual

Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 59:12


Have you heard of the package Rich? This library allows you to create very, well, rich terminal-based UIs in Python. When you think of what you can typically build with basic print statements, that may seem quite limited. But with Rich, imagine justified tables, progress bars, rendering of markdown, and way more. This is one of the fastest growing projects in the Python space these days. And the creator, Will McGugan is here to give is the whole history and even a peak at the future of Rich and a follow on library called Textual. Links from the show Will on Twitter: @willmcgugan Rich: github.com Textual: github.com Pyfilesystem: pyfilesystem.org A Look At – and Inside – Textual Video: youtube.com ObjExplore: reposhub.com ghtop: ghtop.fast.ai Watch YouTube live stream edition: youtube.com Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm ---------- Stay in touch with us ---------- Subscribe on YouTube (for live streams): youtube.com Follow Talk Python on Twitter: @talkpython Follow Michael on Twitter: @mkennedy Sponsors Shortcut Talk Python Training AssemblyAI

The Vance Crowe Podcast
Chauncey Nelson; Real Estate Developer & Social Worker, building community in Saint Louis' North Side

The Vance Crowe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 72:01


Chauncey Nelson is a developer in Saint Louis that had the foresight to get a degree in Social Work from the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in Saint Louis, Missouri. During this conversation Nelson talks with Vance Crowe about community development, the challenges facing inner city kids, how COVID impacted his community and explains the challenges and dangers kids grow up with today.PODCAST LINKS —Vance Crowe Podcast Website: https://www.vancecrowe.com/podcastApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-vance-crowe-podcast/id1463771076Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/08nGGRJCjVw2frkbtNrfLw?si=WUCu-FoyRRu9U_i-1gJZfgRSS: https://feeds.transistor.fm/the-vance-crowe-podcastYouTube Full Episodes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCigB7W5bX_gCinJxev9WB8w/YouTube Clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJKKb66A5_4ZcsE-rKI24ygBuy a sweatshirt, T-shirt or mugs from the podcast! Check out the Articulate Ventures Merch Store: https://teespring.com/stores/thevancecrowepodcastSubscribe to the podcast for email notifications on new episodes, invites to events and other exclusive content — http://eepurl.com/gSTfk5ABOUT THE VANCE CROWE PODCAST — Vance Crowe interviews people with an expertise that you would want to know about, but might not think to ask. He prompts his guests to think about their work in novel ways, discusses how it applies to regular people and has fun sharing stories and experiences.SUPPORT THE PODCAST —Rate the Podcast |  https://ratethispodcast.com/vcpJoin the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication.  Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating.  Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://articulate.ventures/category/atcf-book-club

Better Call Daddy
165. Daddy, The Developer, Gave Me The Tools For Podchaser. Ben Slinger

Better Call Daddy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 34:23


There's a lot you can do in the online space while your kids are at school! What creative wacky work do you wish you took more time to develop?  Ben Slinger learned web development from his daddy and worked alongside him for ten years until Podchaser came along!  He answered one question on Reddit which led to quite the side hustle.  Today we are bringing the dad energy! Better Call Daddy: The Safe Space For Controversy.    Ben Slinger is a software developer, gamer, and podcaster based in Melbourne, Australia. He is the CTO at Podchaser, the IMDb of podcasts; the co-host of Bit Storm, an improvised comedy video game podcast; and father to 4 children.   Connect with Ben podchaser.com/bitstorm twitter.com/ben_slinger   Find Better Call Daddy on Podchaser and leave us a review podchaser.com/bettercalldaddy   Me and my daddy would love to hear from you here too Ratethispodcast.com/bettercalldaddy   Let's connect on Instagram www.instagram.com/bettercalldaddypodcast www.instagram.com/reenafriedmanwatts  

IT Career Energizer
312: Communication Skills Are Essential and Life Goals Are A Marathon, Not A Sprint with Jessica Chan

IT Career Energizer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 23:34


In this week's show, Phil talks to Jessica Chan, a self-taught web developer who provides practical tips and tutorials for beginners in web development which she shares through blog posts and her YouTube channel, ‘Coder Coder'. Jessica talks about why communication skills are so important in an IT career. She also discusses the importance of patience when it comes to setting life goals.   KEY TAKEAWAYS: TOP CAREER TIP Communication skills are equally as important as the technical skills we need, in order to have a successful IT career.   WORST CAREER MOMENT While working on a website redesign, Jessica mistakenly deleted a huge amount of work and was unable to retrieve it. While it was touch and go for a while, Jessica learned to keep backups!   CAREER HIGHLIGHT Being able to quit her full time job as a developer and focus on content creation, teaching others how to engage with coding and fulfilling her ambitions to become more independent.   THE FUTURE OF CAREERS IN I.T The growth of developer advocate roles, in which developers are asked to create content, is fascinating and is pushing the industry forward.   THE REVEAL What first attracted you to a career in I.T.? – Jessica taught herself coding and programming and developed a love for computers from an early age. What's the best career advice you received? – Always keep your audience in mind. What's the worst career advice you received? – To become a teacher, which was not a fit for Jessica's personality or skill-set. What would you do if you started your career now? – Jessica wishes she had seen the potential in an actual career in IT a lot sooner. What are your current career objectives? – To make Coder-Coder financially sustainable. What's your number one non-technical skill? – Anticipating the needs of others. How do you keep your own career energized? – Jessica tries not to let things stagnate too much She is always learning and trying new things. What do you do away from technology? – Camping and spending time in nature.   FINAL CAREER TIP Life goals are a marathon and not a sprint. Don't get too discouraged if you don't get instant results.   BEST MOMENTS (4:40) – Jessica - “Communication will make you someone that people want to work with, as opposed to someone that people try to avoid working with” (7:30) – Jessica - “It's okay to make mistakes. It's not okay to sit on that mistake” (9:15) – Jessica – “Being able to be a part of someone's story is so transformative” (21:55) – Jessica – “Life goals are a marathon, not a sprint”   ABOUT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil Burgess is an independent IT consultant who has spent the last 20 years helping organizations to design, develop, and implement software solutions.  Phil has always had an interest in helping others to develop and advance their careers.  And in 2017 Phil started the I.T. Career Energizer podcast to try to help as many people as possible to learn from the career advice and experiences of those that have been, and still are, on that same career journey.   CONTACT THE HOST – PHIL BURGESS Phil can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/_PhilBurgess LinkedIn: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/philburgess Instagram: https://instagram.com/_philburgess Website: https://itcareerenergizer.com/contact Phil is also reachable by email at phil@itcareerenergizer.com and via the podcast's website, https://itcareerenergizer.com Join the I.T. Career Energizer Community on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ITCareerEnergizer   ABOUT THE GUEST – JESSICA CHAN Jessica Chan is a self-taught web developer who provides practical tips and tutorials for beginners in web development which she shares through blog posts and her YouTube channel, ‘Coder Coder'.   CONTACT THE GUEST – JESSICA CHAN Jessica Chan can be contacted through the following Social Media platforms: Twitter: https://twitter.com/thecodercoder/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecodercoder/ Website: https://coder-coder.com/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/CoderCoder