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Tuesday, 18 September, 2018 UTC

Spotlight: Verk - background job processing

Spotlight: Verk - background job processing

Our weekly spotlight of a cool project in the open source community that are looking for exposure or assistance. If you’d like your project to be featured, hit reply and let us know about it. Project Spotlight: Verk Verk is a asynchronous job processing ... more


Wednesday, 29 August, 2018 UTC

Open Source Spotlight: Remote Meetup - learn and network without leaving your house

Open Source Spotlight: Remote Meetup - learn and network without leaving your house

On meetup.com you can search for meetups around your area. Remote Meetup is similar for remote meetups, where you can look for your your favorite programming languages and find interesting people and meetups. We wrote a bit more about Why We Need Remote ... more


Saturday, 25 August, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 074.1] Waffle Fries as a Service; Elm 0.19; has OSS failed?; design for devs

[Weekly Drip 074.1] Waffle Fries as a Service; Elm 0.19; has OSS failed?; design for devs

A free ReasonML video series from SmoothTerminal Introduction - Installing ReasonML and getting to know its ecosystem, including refmt, Merlin, BuckleScript, and redex. Fundamentals Part 1 - Dive into the core fundamentals of ReasonML, including let, ... more


Monday, 20 August, 2018 UTC

Unity; For More Than Just Games

Unity; For More Than Just Games

Unity has a reputation as the go-to game engine for indie game development. It offers great licensing and a plethora of learning materials It also comes batteries included, with a vast array of features that can take almost any idea from paper to reality ... more


Saturday, 18 August, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 073.1] Design for Developers, {:elixir, :cars}, Code Review Review, Top 20 Languages

[Weekly Drip 073.1] Design for Developers, {:elixir, :cars}, Code Review Review, Top 20 Languages

Redmonk updated their regular programming language popularity study , and with no changes in the top performers: no one was surprised. Javascript, Java, Python, PHP, and C# were the top performers. Check out the sweet graph and the full write up. Patrik ... more


Wednesday, 15 August, 2018 UTC

Open Source Spotlight: GitPitch

Open Source Spotlight: GitPitch

Open Source Spotlight: GitPitch Our weekly spotlight of a cool project in the open source community that are looking for exposure or assistance. If you’d like your project to be featured, let us know about it. Save 20% on tickets to The Big Elixir Congratulations ... more


Monday, 13 August, 2018 UTC

Achieve more with Less code, Elm vs React-Redux-Flow

Achieve more with Less code, Elm vs React-Redux-Flow

Elm Language was specifically designed to build front-end applications, and it offers a great experience as a whole. Its most shiny features are: Great performance using the virtual DOM Functional language Safety through a Powerful type system State ... more


Friday, 10 August, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 072.1] Dart 2: The Dartening, Pwning Homebrew, Prod Minimalism, Unethical Development

[Weekly Drip 072.1] Dart 2: The Dartening, Pwning Homebrew, Prod Minimalism, Unethical Development

Heya! The team at SmoothTerminal (formerly DailyDrip) wants to keep the lights on, and these awesome emails coming at you. We are finishing up a couple big projects now, and on the hunt for more. Hit Reply if you’ve got a particularly interesting project ... more


Friday, 3 August, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 071.1] Re-Distributing the (D)web, Vue vs React, Keeping secrets, Typescript 3 released, ❤️ Mechanical Keyboards

[Weekly Drip 071.1] Re-Distributing the (D)web, Vue vs React, Keeping secrets, Typescript 3 released, ❤️ Mechanical Keyboards

We are giving away a copy of @pragmaticstudio’s course Developing With Elixir/OTP. Enter the contest to win. Congrats to Mohamed, Alex, and Wheeler for winning a copy of Exploding Rails by Ryan Bigg. If you want to pick up a copy of your own, here’s ... more


Friday, 27 July, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 070.1] Exploding Rails; Knative k8s Serverless; Elixir QoL; JS fundamentals; Stable APIs

[Weekly Drip 070.1] Exploding Rails; Knative k8s Serverless; Elixir QoL; JS fundamentals; Stable APIs

Have you felt the pain of using Active Record on a large codebase? How about messy controllers? Well, you should probably enter to win a free copy of Ryan Bigg’s Exploding Rails. We are giving away 3 copies of it! News Robin Wieruch provided a detailed ... more


Friday, 20 July, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 069.1] 9 Biggest Mistakes in CSS Grid; �� Love Letter to Vue; ☕️ Java types broken

[Weekly Drip 069.1] 9 Biggest Mistakes in CSS Grid; �� Love Letter to Vue; ☕️ Java types broken

News Alex Balashov wrote a love letter to Vue. Alex discusses Vue’s component-centric design, amazing documentation, and distinct project vision as reasons for why Vue is great. If you’re only experience with a FE framework is Angular 1.x, Alex can probably ... more


Friday, 13 July, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 068.1] Python drives away BDFL; Monads sans ��; System Design Explained

[Weekly Drip 068.1] Python drives away BDFL; Monads sans ��; System Design Explained

News Guido Van Rossum has decided to remove himself from the position of BDFL in the Python community. In Guido’s letter he says I don't ever want to have to fight so hard for a PEP and find that so many people despise my decisions. For some context read ... more


Friday, 6 July, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 067.1] 3 Nerds in a Garage, /([Pp]+okemon)/, TypeScript|OCaml for React Native

[Weekly Drip 067.1] 3 Nerds in a Garage, /([Pp]+okemon)/, TypeScript|OCaml for React Native

Alex Clemmer wrote one big Regex to beat Pokemon Blue. Alex dives into what a finite state machine is, which he defines as a collection of states with transitions between them. Alex used a FSM, a simple data model, a massively surprising AWS bill, and ... more


Tuesday, 3 July, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 066.1] Vue.js Handbook, Elm generative art, Gentoo Github compromised, and Kubernetes’ effects on an organization

[Weekly Drip 066.1] Vue.js Handbook, Elm generative art, Gentoo Github compromised, and Kubernetes’ effects on an organization

Having Trouble Reaching Devs? Does your business rely on reaching software developers, but you find yourself struggling to get the right kind of eyes? Recently realized that buying ads targeting developers is near impossible, due to adblock usage? Hit ... more


Friday, 22 June, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 065.1] Facial Recognition, Crystal != Ruby, FreeBSD turns 25, Wireshark Rocks, and Pascal => D

[Weekly Drip 065.1] Facial Recognition, Crystal != Ruby, FreeBSD turns 25, Wireshark Rocks, and Pascal => D

Title: Facial Recognition, Crystal != Ruby, FreeBSD turns 25, Wireshark Rocks, and Pascal => D News Adrian Rosebrock used OpenCV, Python, and Deep Learning to build a face recognition app . Watch a video demo of the app or follow the step by step tutorial. ... more


Friday, 15 June, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 064.1] Vue Native Launches, Intro to Data Structures, Adopting Elixir, and unsecure bluetooth padlocks

[Weekly Drip 064.1] Vue Native Launches, Intro to Data Structures, Adopting Elixir, and unsecure bluetooth padlocks

News Vue released Vue Native . Key features are declarative rendering, two-way binding, and it compiles to React Native. Get started with the the documentation or look at the code. Adrian Mejia has created a series that focuses on Data Structures for ... more


Friday, 8 June, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 063.1] GitHub Acquired, Node Mistakes, C inspires madness, Elixir Project Structure

[Weekly Drip 063.1] GitHub Acquired, Node Mistakes, C inspires madness, Elixir Project Structure

News GitHub sold for 7.5 billion dollars to Microsoft. Not everyone is happy about the decision, and there has been a lot of discussion about it. Brandon Kelly found immediate repercussions to the acquisition, and GitLab had 10x more repostories than ... more


Friday, 1 June, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 062.1] Linux has the Power, Internet Trends, Intro to Pony, (Game) Devs Love Doom

[Weekly Drip 062.1] Linux has the Power, Internet Trends, Intro to Pony, (Game) Devs Love Doom

News In Nachoparker’s article, ‘The real power of Linux executables’, everything from the basics, to the kernel and ELF binaries are covered. If you aren’t sure exactly what happens when a file is executed in Linux, this is where you should start. The ... more


Friday, 25 May, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 061.1] Building a Ray Tracer ⚡️, ☀️ Solar Fridges ❄️, WebAssembly and Elm Starters

[Weekly Drip 061.1] Building a Ray Tracer ⚡️, ☀️ Solar Fridges ❄️, WebAssembly and Elm Starters

News Eric Mellino made a Portable CPU/GPU ray tracer with C#, and yes it is as cool as it sounds. Ray tracing is a rendering technique that traces the photon paths from the light sources for each pixel, and calculates the pixel’s state. Ray tracing is ... more


Friday, 18 May, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 060.1] Front-End Tooling Survey, VIM Pacman, Agile & Estimation don’t get love.

[Weekly Drip 060.1] Front-End Tooling Survey, VIM Pacman, Agile & Estimation don’t get love.

News What happens when you combine Create React App, Rails 5 & Heroku? A Rock Solid Modern Web Stack, that’s what. Also, Charlie Gleason has already done it, and has a step by step tutorial on how you can do it too. Finally, a tool to learn Vim based ... more


Saturday, 12 May, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 059.1] Google IO & PyCon Do Not Disappoint, DIY Pool Table (With JavaScript) & Cool Stuff in FireFox 60

[Weekly Drip 059.1] Google IO & PyCon Do Not Disappoint, DIY Pool Table (With JavaScript) & Cool Stuff in FireFox 60

News This week we saw Google IO 2018. The most contentious demo was Google Duplex pretending to be a human when it makes appointments for you. Flutter saw some nice talks. If you build Android apps, you’ll be interested in checking out Android Jetpack. ... more


Friday, 4 May, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 058.1] Is C stifling processor development? Kubernetes gets Operators. A new Electron challenger has appeared!

[Weekly Drip 058.1] Is C stifling processor development? Kubernetes gets Operators. A new Electron challenger has appeared!

News David Chisnall writes an insightful piece on how C Is Not a Low-level Language. It’s the story of how our processor designs are stifled because C/C++ developers really want to pretend they’re still programming a PDP-11. Some properties of C programs ... more


Friday, 20 April, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 056.1] Rails Conf, 1000+ Rails Projects, Azure Sphere & Avoid Fireballs

[Weekly Drip 056.1] Rails Conf, 1000+ Rails Projects, Azure Sphere & Avoid Fireballs

News Rails Conf 2018 just wrapped up in Pittsburgh. Rails Conf tweeted that the videos will be uploaded to ConFreaks within a month. Talks featured High output engineering, a lot of RSpec, Eileen Uchitelle presenting on ‘The Future of Rails 6, and of ... more


Friday, 13 April, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 055.1] Elixir is fast, webasm has an IDE, Technical Debt payment strategy

[Weekly Drip 055.1] Elixir is fast, webasm has an IDE, Technical Debt payment strategy

News Mozilla let everyone in on a sneak peek at WebAssembly Studio , and it did NOT disappoint. Work started on the Web Assembly IDE the end of last year as an attempt to merge WasmExplorer and WasmFiddle. The IDE will start off with support for C, C++ ... more


Friday, 6 April, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 054.1] Rogue Packages, Rust Week, & A Guide to the Unexpected!

[Weekly Drip 054.1] Rogue Packages, Rust Week, & A Guide to the Unexpected!

News Rogue packages are a danger to anyone using JavaScript projects such as Webpack and Babel. Casper Beyer argues that developers shouldn’t just trust package managers, but consider other possibilities instead of relying on trivial packages such as ... more


Friday, 9 March, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 050.1] GitHub sucks for hiring, John Carmack writes NN in C++, Flutter is neat, & Dockermentation

[Weekly Drip 050.1] GitHub sucks for hiring, John Carmack writes NN in C++, Flutter is neat, & Dockermentation

News Atom is working on a new experimental editor called Xray. The goal of Xray is to allow rapid development and testing of radical ideas, which won’t risk the stability of Atom. The first update for the project was announced on March 5, in which Atom ... more


Friday, 2 March, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 049.1] Functional Web Stack, Programmers’ Hell, First NN Running on Ethereum, Google ML Crash Course

[Weekly Drip 049.1] Functional Web Stack, Programmers’ Hell, First NN Running on Ethereum, Google ML Crash Course

News Thinking about going 100% functional on your next full-stack project? Zack Kayser has you beat, and how nice of him to write down his reflections. Zack dives into the Elm, Elixir and Phoenix, as well as a review of some challenges and roadblocks. ... more


Friday, 16 February, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 047.1] CTO’s reflections, Byte-equivalent decompilation & Framework Benchmarks Round 15

[Weekly Drip 047.1] CTO’s reflections, Byte-equivalent decompilation & Framework Benchmarks Round 15

Title: CTO’s reflections, Byte-equivalent decompilation & Framework Benchmarks Round 15 News David Mack has been SketchDeck’s CTO for the past 4 years, and there are a few things he wishes he’d known when he started. Reflecting on the past four years, ... more


Friday, 9 February, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 046.1] Dinosaurs teach CSS, Developer Compensation, Cargo Cult Development, and ReasonML finds traction

[Weekly Drip 046.1] Dinosaurs teach CSS, Developer Compensation, Cargo Cult Development, and ReasonML finds traction

News The dinosaurs are back. This time not to take over, but to explain modern CSS. Learn about the advantages of flexbox, grid and CSS preprocessors and postprocessors in this gem of an explanation. Dinosaurs aside, Peter Jang gives a great intro to ... more


Friday, 2 February, 2018 UTC

[Weekly Drip 045.1] Deploy with Fargate, Rust matches its Roadmap, and Webpack 4 beta drops

[Weekly Drip 045.1] Deploy with Fargate, Rust matches its Roadmap, and Webpack 4 beta drops

If you’ve been curious about Deploying to AWS take a look at Bradley Price’s guide to Amazon’s Elastic Container Service and Fargate. Price details creating a task definition, creating a cluster and a service, and lastly viewing the site. Also, check ... more