SE-Radio Episode 288: DevSecOps

Francois Raynaud and Kim Carter discuss what is wrong with the traditional delivery approach and why we need to change. Dangers of retrofitting security to the end of projects, how to combine development, operations and security people into the same development teams and why, along with cost – benefit analysis. Francois and Kim discuss the […]

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126: Project Management 2

Marie, Alex, and Rachel talk project management for the payments update and the Project project. We talk about the tools we used to manage our projects, what we've learned while managing projects, and tips for folks about to manage their first big project.

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Kenya Mobile Payments with George Gachui

Most people in Africa never had a desktop computer. The first computer they owned was a smart phone. This is why Africa is referred to as a “leap frog” place with regard to computers–Africa leapfrogged the desktop to the smart phone. The banking system in Africa also followed a trajectory that is different than the West. Westerners are used to banking on their desktop computers. African e-commerce has developed aroundContinue reading...

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247: Firefox Debugger and DevTools with Jason Laster

Jason Laster joined the show to talk about Firefox Debugger and DevTools. We talked about the backstory of Firefox, Firebug, the new Debugger.html, why React and Redux made a good fit to develop Debugger as a standalone application, community efforts, and getting started.

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Interview with Ben Halpern (@ThePracticalDev, Part 1)

In today's episode, I talk with Ben Halpern. You may know him from his tweets as @ThePracticalDev. Ben also is the founder of dev.to, a site for developers to share knowledge and culture with one another. Check out dev.to to learn a bit more about what Ben has created!

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Political Bots with Samuel Woolley

Bots on the internet can be malicious, helpful, and everything in between. A bot that responds to all of your tweets might call you a socialist–that is malicious. Google crawls the web to index Google search. That is helpful. Social media marketing bots schedule 200 Twitter posts to go out throughout the day. That is either a little annoying or a little helpful depending on who you are.   BotsContinue reading...

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Ep. 136 – Welcome to WordPress

Developer Ptah Dunbar, also known as “Pirate”, gives us a tour of WordPress, its thriving community, and the realities of being employed as a WordPress developer.

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Facebook Open Source with Tom Occhino

Facebook’s open source projects include React, GraphQL, and Cassandra. These projects are key pieces of infrastructure used by thousands of developers–including engineers at Facebook itself. These projects are able to gain traction because Facebook takes time to decouple the projects from their internal infrastructure and clean up the code before releasing them into the wild. Facebook has high standards for what they are willing to release. Tom Occhino manages theContinue reading...

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A Simple Shift for Your Email Inbox Strategy

Developer Tea is a podcast for web and software developers hosted by a developer that you can listen to in less than 10 minutes. The show will cover a wide variety of topics related to the career of being a developer. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. The show is hosted by Jonathan Cutrell, Director of Technology at Whiteboard and the author of Hacking the Impossible, a developer's guide to working with vis

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