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Learn how to program using the Java programming language. This podcast will teach you step by step how to use the Java programming language to create your own applications or web applications! These Java tutorials are presented in plain English and explain all of the important Java programming concepts needed to excel in the field of software.
 
Le podcast qui va à la rencontre de développeur·se·s passionné·e·s pour explorer les technologies et pratiques de développement ! Les épisodes s’adressent à des développeur·se·s débutant·e·s, étudiant·e·s, expérimenté·e·s ou autodidactes, et quelque soit leurs langages et technos de prédilection ! L’objectif de ce podcast est de permettre aux développeur·se·s de : - faire leur veille techno, - découvrir de nouveaux langages, outils et technologies, - mais aussi de s’interroger sur des pratiq ...
 
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In this episode of Clean Coders, guest Micah Martin and Chuck discuss how he’s working to refactor the codebase into “clean code” and how he’s worked with apprentices in the past to teach them to write and refactor to clean code. Sponsors Cloud Academy | Get 50% off with promo code CODERS Audible.com CacheFly Host Charles Max Wood Guest Micah Marti…
 
Podcast: Play in new window | Download In this episode of Clean Coders, guest Daniel Markham walks through several strategies and answers questions Chuck poses about how to make sure that your code communicates and functions in ways that keeps the code maintainable. Daniel is writing a book about coding practices. Sponsors Raygun | Click here to ge…
 
Robert C. Martin has been a coder since 1970, co-founder of cleancoders.com, founder of Uncle Bob Consulting LLC, Master Craftsman at 8th Light Inc, and author of the book Clean Agile. Uncle Bob and Chuck start by discussing whether or not there has been a decline in Agile in recent years. Uncle Bob does not believe that agile is declining, but rat…
 
Eric rejoins the show to talk about the things that the iOS development community is debating. The first thing brought up is a tweet by Ben Sandofsky around being concise versus being readable. Stay tuned to see Eric’s thoughts on the other debates happening in the iOS development community. Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here to get started o…
 
James Grenning is an expert in embedded systems. He's been working in software for over 40 years. His series on Clean Coders is focused on IoT. James walks Chuck and the audience through the growth of embedded systems and its evolution into IoT. He also walks through the challenges and techniques involved in building code that runs on specific devi…
 
Michael Whatcott is a Go developer at Smarty Streets and co-hosts the Go with Intensity series at Clean Coders. Michael walks Chuck and the audience through the ins and outs of getting started with the Go programming language, how to think about writing programs with the language. Michael and Chuck also talk about the Go community and ecosystem. Ho…
 
Join the 30-DAY CHALLENGE: "You Don't Know JS Yet" Robert C. "Uncle Bob" Martin and Charles Max Wood dive into the intricacies of the last 5 points of the Programmer's Oath. They discuss how programmers have the responsibility to continue to improve their programs, their teams, their teams' practices, and continue to learn. Host Charles Max Wood Gu…
 
Sandro Mancuso runs a company that updates projects to use modern tools, techniques, and libraries. Since many companies have systems that have evolved through various programmers, techniques, and frameworks. Sometimes they continue to be used by the company, but lack support, don't perform as needed, or are hard to add features to. He walks Chuck …
 
Chris Powers joins the Clean Coders podcast again to talk about how to be ready to seize opportunities and handle trials. Life has given us a huge pile of uncertainty lately. Chris and Chuck discuss how to create some certainty and how to grow during times like this. Host Charles Max Wood Guest Chris Powers "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Drea…
 
Eric rejoins the show to talk about the things that the iOS development community is debating. The first thing brought up is a tweet by Ben Sandofsky around being concise versus being readable. Stay tuned to see Eric's thoughts on the other debates happening in the iOS development community. Host Charles Max Wood Guest Eric Crichlow "The MaxCoders …
 
Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin rejoins the podcast to discuss the Programmer's Oath. Bob wrote the Programmer's Oath in 2015. The conversation covers the first 4 points of the Programmer's Oath and the ethics involved in writing software that builds and runs our world. Host Charles Max Wood Guest Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding…
 
A notre micro dans cet épisode, Julien Cretel qui vient nous parler de sécurité. En marge de son activité de développeur freelance et de formateur sur le langage Go, Julien travaille dans le domaine de la sécurité informatique : audits de sécurité, tests d'intrusion, conseil aux entreprises.... Et depuis quelques temps, il s'essaie également en tan…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Daniel Markham is writing a book about coding practices. One of the chapters he's been writing is about naming things in your code. He walks through several strategies and answers questions Chuck poses about how to make sure that your code communicates and functions in ways that keeps the…
 
Nous retrouvons aujourd'hui Yoan Mollard, Ingénieur en informatique et robotique, pour parler justement de robotique. Dans cet épisode on est parti du commencement, à savoir qu’est-ce qu’un robot ? On a aussi parlé de robotique collaborative ou cobotique, et de ROS une boîte à outils pour se lancer et programmer ses premiers robot. Enfin, Yoan nous…
 
JavaScript Remote Conf 2020 May 13th to 15th - register now! Charles originally interviewed Jonathan at a restaurant in Utah, but there was an issue with the recording and they wound up re-recording remotely due to COVID-19. Jonathan starts out talking about what it was like to put together a video for Clean Coders with Uncle Bob present. Jonathan …
 
La semaine dernière j'avais demandé à Gaëtan, Mehdi, Gwenaëlle, Alexandre et Michel comment ils vivaient leur premiers jours de confinement en télé-travail. Je les retrouve aujourd’hui pour savoir où ils en sont. Restez bien jusqu'au bout, Gaëtan nous partage une jolie initiative lancée pour venir en aide au personnel hospitalier. Cet épisode a été…
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode, je suis avec Vincent Daubry, développeur à Nice chez Swile ex Lunchr, pour parler de travail en full remote ! C'est un sujet qui tombe plutôt à pic et qui j'espère vous aidera dans cette période de confinement. Avec Vincent, on a parlé d’organisation d’équipe, d’#aperemote, de l’isolement, des frontières entre vie pro et per…
 
On s'est dit qu'il serait intéressant de savoir comment vous vivez ce moment de confinement en tant que dev. Dans cet épisode, 5 développeurs francophones témoignent : Gaëtan, Mehdi, Gwenaëlle, Alexandre et Michel. Dans ce qui suit, ils nous racontent comment ils vivent les premiers jours de confinements et les impacts que cela a dans leur quotidie…
 
Michael Whatcott is a band teacher turned developer working at SmartyStreets. He talks through the processes and procedures we take for granted as software developers. Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Michael Whatcott ____________________________________________________________ "The MaxCoders Guide to Finding Your Dream Developer Job" by Charles Max …
 
Micah Martin has taken over maintaining the codebase at Clean Coders. He and Chuck discuss how he's working to refactor the codebase into "clean code" and how he's worked with apprentices in the past to teach them to write and refactor to clean code. Links Datomic Email Micah at micah@cleancoders.com, follow him on Twitter @slagyr Micah's Website _…
 
Eric Crichlow is a software developer in the Phoenix area with 24 years of experience, and he has spent the last 11 doing mobile development. He has also recently released the first three episodes of a Native IOS videos for Clean Coders and wrote the afterword in Uncle Bob’s latest book, Clean Agile. The show begins with Eric talking about how he g…
 
Sandro Mancuso started his consultancy business 6 years ago and is one of the pioneers of software craftsmanship in the UK. He learned software craftsmanship from Uncle Bob in Chicago and brought it to the UK and Europe. He has also written a book called The Software Craftsman. Sandro talks about how he met Uncle Bob and got things started in the U…
 
Chris Powers is the author of Clean Code in the Browser for Clean Coders and VP of engineering for Thinkful. He starts the show by talking about the path he sees people following when they come through Thinkful, which includes weekly meetings with a mentor in the industry. Every person that uses Thinkful comes out prepared for an entry-level positi…
 
Daniel Markham is a systems architect and self-taught programmer. He got to know the Agile team back in the day and hung with that crowd. Right now he is working on three books at home and some sample projects for CryptoCurrency. He talks about his history, how he got connected with Uncle Bob and the Clean Coders, and how he got into training teams…
 
Uncle Bob (Robert C. Martin) has been a coder since 1970, co-founder of cleancoders.com, founder of Uncle Bob Consulting LLC, Master Craftsman at 8th Light Inc, and author of the book Clean Agile. Bob and Chuck start by discussing whether or not there has been a decline in Agile in recent years. Bob does not believe that agile is declining, but rat…
 
Je retrouve aujourd'hui Nicolas Blanco, développeur Web indépendant pour parler justement de développement Web. Dans cet épisode, Nicolas revient sur des avantages et inconvénients des modèles d’architecture SPA et MPA, mais nous présente surtout la philosophie derrière la librairie Phoenix LiveView. Codée avec le langage de programmation Elixir, c…
 
Les "Digital Nomads" semblent être de plus en plus présents ces dernières années. Mais qu'est-ce qu'un digital nomad ? Dans ce 4ème épisode, je suis avec Vincent Agnano pour parler de son parcours, et en particulier comment il gère sa vie de "développeur web nomade". Dans cet épisode, nous avons parlé de la peur de changer ses habitudes, de sortir …
 
In today’s episode, we’ll dive into all the different facets and disciplines that exist in the world of Java programming. You’ll learn about the “5 Pillars of Java Programming” and how they apply to the different types of jobs. You’ll also get a high level overview of the types of salaries you can expect to see in the world of Java programming. The…
 
In today’s podcast, I’d like to share my knowledge on how to get that coveted entry-level / junior programmer position. You’ll hear about my take on things like: – certifications – projects – living situations – how best to apply to jobs – more sure-fire ways to land the job you want The post EP41 – 5 Tips on Landing an Entry Level Programming Job …
 
Dans cet épisode, je suis avec Romain Crestey pour parler de son parcours. S'il ne se destinait pas à être développeur à la base, il exerce aujourd'hui ce métier en tant que freelance. Il nous raconte comment il a découvert la programmation et ce qui l'a poussé à changer de carrière. Avec Romain, nous avons aussi parlé de bore-out, du syndrome de l…
 
Dans ce nouvel épisode du Podcast Human Coders, je suis avec Anne Nicolas, co-fondatrice d'Hupstream, passionnée par les logiciels libres, mais aussi formatrice Git et GitLab. Vous connaissez sans doute Git, un système de contrôle de version distribué qui fait aujourd’hui l’unanimité. Quant à GitLab, cet outil permet de gérer les différents cycles …
 
Pour commencer cette première saison du podcast Human Coders, j'ai rencontré Anaëlle Laurans pour parler de Deep Learning. Attirée par l'intelligence artificielle lors de ces études, Anaëlle travaille aujourd'hui pour Samsung AI Labs en tant qu'ingénieur en Machine Learning. Cet épisode est donc l'occasion pour elle de partager ses connaissances su…
 
The podcast is back! This week, we had a great but time-constrained chat about one of the final student projects, and what some of us are up to now that we've graduated.More detailed episode notes to follow. These will include links to our picks, and information about React, Agile/SCRUM, Netlify, Heroku, Pomodoro.The Founders & Coders (FAC) podcast…
 
The DOM is something that intimidated me for quite a while (even as a senior software engineer), but this was only because I didn’t understand what it was, and never took the time to learn. I assure you, if you’re feeling intimidated by the DOM, you don’t need to be! DOM stands for Document Object Model and it exists so that you can interact with H…
 
This week, we introduce Joe and Aisha, and welcome back Kate! We talk about Node JS, our Node projects and hear about Aisha's experiences since finishing FAC. We hope to get her back on to chat more about her experiences as a mentor in Gaza, too.The Founders & Coders (FAC) podcast is aimed at anyone interested in hearing about what it's like to be …
 
So we’ve talked a lot already about all the different data types and built-in objects in JavaScript, but not once have I mentioned Arrays. The reason for this is that the topic of Arrays is quite a broad one and it will require you to understand many of the base mechanics of the JavaScript language before you can jump in. Having said that, I believ…
 
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This week, we introduce Eve and Martin, and talk about APIs and JSON, while going off-topic quite frequently. Recorded on 2nd August 2018.The Founders & Coders (FAC) podcast is aimed at anyone interested in hearing about what it's like to be on the course, web development in general, and/or the backgrounds and interests of the people taking it. As …
 
One thing that threw me off when I started learning JavaScript (with a background in Java) was the fact that JavaScript has both undefined and null as possible values for a variable. In Java, all we have is just null which means that the variable has no value. So when I saw this additional value of undefined in JavaScript, I was confused… what did …
 
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