Podcasts

  1. JS Party

    A community celebration of JavaScript and the web. This show records LIVE on Thursdays at 1pm US/Eastern time. Panelists include Suz Hinton, Feross Aboukhadijeh, Kevin Ball, Emma Wedekind, Jerod Santo, Nick Nisi, Divya Sasidharan, Mikeal Rogers, and Chris Hiller. Topics discussed include the web platform (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox, Brave, etc), front-end frameworks (React, Ember, Angular, Vue, etc), Node.js, web animation, SVG, robotics, IoT, and much more. If JavaScript and/or the web touch your life, this show’s for you. Some people search for JSParty and can't find the show, so now the string JSParty is in our description too.

    Latest episode: Mentor-ship 🛳️

    on 29.11.2019

    This week we chatted with Kahlil Lechelt about mentorship. What types of mentorships are there, what makes a successful mentorship, and where can you find a mentor?

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  2. Python Bytes

    Python Bytes is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy and Brian Okken. The show is a short discussion on the headlines and noteworthy news in the Python, developer, and data science space.

    Latest episode: #159 Brian's PR is merged, the src will flow

    on 03.12.2019

    Sponsored by DigitalOcean: pythonbytes.fm/digitalocean Michael #1: Final type PEP 591 -- Adding a final qualifier to typing This PEP proposes a "final" qualifier to be added to the typing module---in the form of a final decorator and a Final type annotation---to serve three related purposes: Declaring that a method should not be overridden Declaring that a class should not be subclassed Declaring that a variable or attribute should not be reassigned Some situations where a final class or method may be useful include: A class wasn’t designed to be subclassed or a method wasn't designed to be overridden. Perhaps it would not work as expected, or be error-prone. Subclassing or overriding would make code harder to understand or maintain. For example, you may want to prevent unnecessarily tight coupling between base classes and subclasses. You want to retain the freedom to arbitrarily change the class implementation in the future, and these changes might break subclasses. # Example for a class: from typing import final @final class Base: ... class Derived(Base): # Error: Cannot inherit from final class "Base" ... And for a method: class Base: @final def foo(self) -> None: ... class Derived(Base): def foo(self) -> None: # Error: Cannot override final attribute "foo" # (previously declared in base class "Base") ... It seems to also mean const RATE: Final = 3000 class Base: DEFAULT_ID: Final = 0 RATE = 300 # Error: can't assign to final attribute Base.DEFAULT_ID = 1 # Error: can't override a final attribute Brian #2: flit 2 Michael #3: Pint via Andrew Simon Physical units and builtin unit conversion to everyday python numbers like floats. Receive inputs in different unit systems it can make life difficult to account for that in software. Pint handles the unit conversion automatically in a wide array of contexts – Can add 2 meters and 5 inches and get the correct result without any additional work. The integration with numpy and pandas are seamless, and it’s made my life so much simpler overall. Units and types of measurements Think you need this? How about the Mars Climate Orbiter The MCO MIB has determined that the root cause for the loss of the MCO spacecraft was the failure to use metric units in the coding of a ground software file, “Small Forces,” used in trajectory models. Specifically, thruster performance data in English units instead of metric units was used in the software application code titled SM_FORCES (small forces). Brian #4: 8 great pytest plugins Jeff Triplett Michael #5: 11 new web frameworks via LuisCarlos Contreras Sanic [flask like] - a web server and web framework that’s written to go fast. It allows the usage of the async / await syntax added in Python 3.5 Starlette [flask like] - A lightweight ASGI framework which is ideal for building high performance asyncio services, designed to be used either as a complete framework, or as an ASGI toolkit. Masonite - A developer centric Python web framework that strives for an actual batteries included developer tool with a lot of out of the box functionality. Craft CLI is the edge here. FastAPI - A modern, high-performance, web framework for building APIs with Python 3.6+ based on standard Python type hints. Responder - Based on Starlette, Responder’s primary concept is to bring the niceties that are brought forth from both Flask and Falcon and unify them into a single framework. Molten - A minimal, extensible, fast and productive framework for building HTTP APIs with Python. Molten can automatically validate requests according to predefined schemas. Japronto - A screaming-fast, scalable, asynchronous Python 3.5+ HTTP toolkit integrated with pipelining HTTP server based on uvloop and picohttpparser. Klein [flask like] - A micro-framework for developing production-ready web services with Python. It is ‘micro’ in that it has an incredibly small API similar to Bottle and Flask. Quart [flask like]- A Python ASGI web microframework. It is intended to provide the easiest way to use asyncio functionality in a web context, especially with existing Flask apps. BlackSheep - An asynchronous web framework to build event based, non-blocking Python web applications. It is inspired by Flask and ASP.NET Core. BlackSheep supports automatic binding of values for request handlers, by type annotation or by conventions. Cyclone - A web server framework that implements the Tornado API as a Twisted protocol. The idea is to bridge Tornado’s elegant and straightforward API to Twisted’s Event-Loop, enabling a vast number of supported protocols. Brian #6: Raise Better Exceptions in Python Extras Michael: Naming venvs --prompt Another new course coming soon: Python for decision makers and business leaders Some random interview over at Real Python: Python Community Interview With Brian Okken Joke via Daniel Pope What's a tractor's least favorite programming language? Rust.

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  3. Talk Python To Me - Python conversations for passionate developers

    Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by Michael Kennedy. The show covers a wide array of Python topics as well as many related topics. Our goal is to bring you the human story behind the Python packages and frameworks you know and love.

    Latest episode: #240 A guided tour of the CPython source code

    on 27.11.2019

    You might use Python every day. But how much do you know about what happens under the covers, down at the C level? When you type something like variable = [], what are the byte-codes that accomplish this? How about the class backing the list itself?

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  4. The Changelog

    Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of software development. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.

    Latest episode: The making of GitHub Sponsors

    on 01.12.2019

    Devon Zuegel is an Open Source Product Manager at GitHub. She’s also one of the key people responsible for making GitHub Sponsors a thing. We talk with Devon about how she came to GitHub to develop GitHub Sponsors, the months of research she did to learn how to best solve the sustainability problem of open source, why GitHub is now addressing this issue, the various ways and models of addressing maintainers’ financial needs, and Devon also shared what’s in store for the future of GitHub Sponsors.

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  5. The WIRED Podcast

    The award-winning WIRED UK Podcast with James Temperton and the rest of the team. Listen every week for the an informed and entertaining rundown of latest technology, science, business and culture news. New episodes every Friday.

    Latest episode: Uber's London meltdown

    on 29.11.2019

    A bad week for Uber in London, why everyone should shut the hell up about plastic pollution and why I decided to ditch Google from my life

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  6. Troy Hunt's Weekly Update Podcast

    This is the audio podcast version of Troy Hunt's weekly update video published here: https://www.troyhunt.com/tag/weekly-update/

    Latest episode: Weekly Update 167

    on 01.12.2019

    DDD Brisbane; Arguing About Kangaroos; Ari & Teaching Kids to Code in Oslo & London; Swiss Gov on Have I Been Pwned; Sponsored by IVPN https://www.troyhunt.com/weekly-update-167/

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