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Datassette presents a series of mixes intended for listening while programming to aid concentration and increase productivity (also compatible with other activities).
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Rahul Moodgal - Master Fund Raiser (Capital Allocators, EP.87). Rahul Moodgal has spent 20 years as a fund raiser across long only strategies, hedge funds, fund of funds, customized solutions, start-ups, and non-profits. Collectively, Rahul has raised and helped raise $60 billion for firms since 2005. He started his career in the industry at powerhouse TT International, and later joined The Children’s Investment Fund (TCI) where he led the marketing effort that raised $20 billion in just 3½ years. Within TCI’s affiliate model, Rahul also was responsible for the largest India fund raise in history ($1 billion for TCI New Horizon Fund), and the largest sector fund launch in history ($1.1 billion for Algebris Investments). Our conversation covers capital raising lessons learned from teaching, the value of transparency, the gold rush before 2008, the lean times afterwards, modern fee structures, the three key points to effective marketing, the three traits that will kill you, the two biggest issues start-up funds face, the best questions asked by leading allocators, and some of the worst horror stories in attempted capital raising. We close comparing by fund raising for charities and investment firms. Learn More Discuss show and Read the Transcript Join Ted's mailing list at CapitalAllocatorsPodcast.com Join the Capital Allocators Forum Write a review on iTunes Follow Ted on twitter at @tseides For more episodes go to CapitalAllocatorsPodcast.com/Podcast
Vanguard's Joe Davis Discusses Global Economics (Podcast). Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz interviews Joseph H. Davis, global chief economist at The Vanguard Group. Davis is also head of Vanguard's investment strategy group and a member of the senior portfolio management team for Vanguard's fixed income group, which oversees more than $500 billion in assets under management. He earned his doctorate in macroeconomics and finance at Duke University.
#32 Earning Your Stripes with Patrick Collison. On this episode of the Knowledge Project Podcast, I chat with Patrick Collison, co-founder and CEO of the leading online payment processing company, Stripe. If you’ve purchased anything online recently, there’s a good chance that Stripe facilitated the transaction. What is now an organization with over a thousand employees and handling tens of billions of dollars of online purchases every year, began as a small side experiment while Patrick and his brother John were going to college. During our conversation, Patrick shares the details of their unlikely journey and some of the hard-earned wisdom he picked up along the way. I hope you have something handy to write with because the nuggets per minute in this episode are off the charts. Patrick was so open and generous with his responses that I’m really excited for you to hear what he has to say. Here are just a few of the things we cover: The biggest (and most valuable) mistakes Patrick made in the early days of Stripe and how they helped him get better The characteristics that Patrick looks for in a new hire to fit and contribute to the Stripe company culture What compelled he and his brother to move forward with the early concept of Stripe, even though on paper it was doomed to fail from the start The gaps Patrick saw in the market that dozens of other processing companies were missing — and how he capitalized on them The lessons Patrick learned from scaling Stripe from two employees (he and his brother) to nearly 1,000 today How he evaluates the upsides and potential dangers of speculative positions within the company How his Irish upbringing influenced his ability to argue and disagree without taking offense (and how we can all be a little more “Irish”) The power of finding the right peer group in your social and professional circles and how impactful and influential it can be in determining where you end up. The 4 ways Patrick has modified his decision making process over the last 5 years and how it’s helped him develop as a person and as a business leader (this part alone is worth the listen) Patrick’s unique approach to books and how he chooses what he’s going to spend his time reading ...life in Silicon Valley, Baumol’s cost disease, and so, so much more. Patrick truly is one of the most warm, humble and down to earth people I’ve had the pleasure to speak with and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation together. I hope you will too! *** For comprehensive show notes on this episode, including a full edited transcript, go to https://www.fs.blog/podcast/ My free weekly Brain Food digest helps you upgrade your thinking. Don't miss out, sign up at https://www.fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow Shane on Twitter (https://twitter.com/farnamstreet)
Airbnb's Brian Chesky in Handcrafted. If you want your company to truly scale, you first have to do things that don't scale. Handcraft the core experience. Get your hands dirty. Serve your customers one-by-one. And don't stop until you know exactly what they want. That's what Brian Chesky did. As CEO of Airbnb, Brian’s early work was more akin to a traveling salesman. He takes us back to his lean years – when he went door-to-door, meeting Airbnb hosts in person – and shares the imaginative route to crafting what he calls an "11-star experience.”
Rank #1: Lost Tribe Sound: The Western Divide. I can't tell you how excited I am for this mix. Well, actually I'm telling you right now so that first line was bullshit. Suffice it to say I love this mix. It comes from our good friends at Lost Tribe Sound, an amazing record label that is having a hell of a year. Of course, last year was pretty darn good as well. Ryan Keane, the man behind Lost Tribe Sound, has put together a mix that is interesting and varied. It's cohesive without sounding all the same. This is a wonderful collection of tunes. Here's what Ryan has to say about this mix: Rarely do I get the chance to work on creating mixes of music, but I’m definitely more inspired to do so when I can ground the mix in a solid theme or concept. When I was given the chance to create one for the highly-esteemed Low Light Mixes, I figured, it better be decent. ‘The Western Divide,’ my latest mix, is a grab bag of emotions, sort of manic, nostalgic, playful, with the ever-present tinge of dread and uncertainty that really mirrors how I’ve been feeling about life and society as a whole lately. I partly wanted to see how bizarre the music I mixed together could get while still remaining palatable. Honing in on some pieces of music that come across as somewhat otherworldly spaghetti western sounding, I set about juxtaposing them with odd forms of jazz, electronic, hymn-like horn and organ pieces. It may have a bit of that Ennio Morricone score to some dystopian future General Hospital sort of vibe to it. I’ve been infatuated as of late with unique uses of horns in experimental music, it seems that most of the time horns can easily be a pitfall in many styles of music. Either from overstaying their welcome, riding too long on what I like to call the “Dad Chords,” where it just gets cheesy, or simply becoming too noodly and irritating that the song would be better off without them. So hopefully I’ve combined some enjoyable uses of horns into the mix that avoid these situations, but who knows, I’m quite possibly out of touch. In full disclosure, I run the label Lost Tribe Sound, so a few of the selections in the mix are from recent or upcoming albums on the label. The opening piece is from a brilliant electro-acoustic Danish trio, Skyphone, which we’ve have the honor of putting out two albums for this August. Kali Malone follows with her perfect use of a church organ as the ultimate drone machine. Next, a very odd find from a Spotify suggestion of all places, Jeremy Krinsley and Greg Heffernan’s only album together, ‘Material Culture 9.19.15’ is some left-field electronica, filled with loads of charming moments. Next, Hampshire & Foat kick in, their ‘Saint Lawrence’ album from this year is an instrumental masterpiece for those into dim-lit jazz fueled folk. Sailcloth up next, also blew my mind, primarily an experimental upright bassist, the featured selection works more off of a droning horn and subdued bass notes than some of the other more pronounced tunes on the EP, ‘Close Keeping.’ Then, Danny Scott Lane who’s recent album on Shimmering Moods is about as perfectly refined an example as one could hope for from an experimental drone/classical album. Hoera is a mixed bag of tricks as well, bizarre combos of electronics, jazz, ambient and folk somehow fold into a very satisfying whole, definitely recommend all three of their albums. Drombeg, another tasty discovery, thanks to the Thesis label, an intense focus of melody and progression make this breed of classical well worth checking out. Working in his way slowly into the tail end of Drombeg is a new piece from Ben McElroy, a highly emotive and creative songwriter, his whole catalog is sublime. Mute Forest, a long-time favorite, lent me an exclusive song from his upcoming album for this mix, introducing “The Riven Sun.” Followed that with a rising master of primitive guitar experimentalism, Seabuckthorn, from his new album, “It Can Ashen” is a droning genius. Next up, Spheruleus with his title track from his brand new and highly engaging electro-acoustic album for my label Lost Tribe Sound. Zakè follows with some seriously delicious droning classical string and tape experiments from this year courtesy of Past Inside The Present. Kinbrae’s album, ‘Landforms’ from earlier this year totally destroys me, and is a great example of how to use those horns properly. After that, Federico Mosconi delivers beautiful finger-picked guitar, bathed in the most melancholic waves of static and synths one could ask for! MALK comes next with ‘Re-treat’ and delivers one of the most offbeat, original albums Lost Tribe Sound has ever produced, just give in to it. The penultimate piece comes from Offthesky, who’s had a hugely impressive year with two new albums that I’d consider among the best of the year. “Future Fire” provides another gorgeous example of how horns can work so beautifully in ambient music. Finally, the mix closes with one of my favorite artists of all time, Geir Sundstøl. Geir’s newest genre-bending album on Hubro, is beyond genius. I’ve got give a special thanks to Hubro, who’ve finally uploaded their entire catalog to Bandcamp, making it far easier to enjoy, definitely go explore the music they put out. Hope you enjoy these tunes. Thanks for listening and having a read. Thanks, Ryan! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Skyphone - Les Clouds(Marsh Drones) 04:00 Kali Malone - Sacriﬁcial Code(The Sacriﬁcial Code) 06:56 Jeremy Krinsley / Greg Heﬀernan - Material Culture 9.19.15, Pt. 1(Material Culture 9.19.15) 08:00 Hampshire & Foat - The Undercliﬀ(Saint Lawrence) 13:04 Sailcloth - Year Long Storm(Close Keeping) 15:04 Danny Scott Lane - Four(How To Empty A Cup) 18:08 HOERA. - Jin(Jaunu) 21:20 Drombeg - The White Raven(Thesis Drive 2/3) 27:52 Ben McElroy - They Told Us Not To Wonder(They Told Us Not To Wonder) 29:50 Mute Forest - The Riven Sun(Riders Storm) 33:20 Seabuckthorn - It Can Ashen(Crossing) 37:20 Spheruleus - Light Through Open Blinds(Light Through Open Blinds) 39:44 Zakè - 000425978 OTS1[pure violet](Orchestral Tape Studies) 42:24 Kinbrae - Meander(Landforms) 48:04 Federico Mosconi - Melody Not Melody(Light Not Light) 51:20 MALK - Re-Treat(WMAIDIT) 54:08 Oﬀthesky - Future Fire(Illuminate) 57:36 Geir Sundstøl - Waterloo(Brødløs) 62:28 end
Rank #2: Stranger Synths 2019. In honor of the third season of Stranger Things dropping today, Low Light Mixes presents Stranger Synths 2019. This a retro synth mix that falls right in line with the synth sounds of Netflix's Stranger Things series. Cheers! T R A C K L I S T : 00:00 Just A Human - Stranger Things Remix01:33 Pye Corner Audio - Deep Space Probe03:54 Sinoia Caves - 1983 Main Theme06:22 The Belbury Circle - Heading Home11:15 Locust - I'll Be There14:40 Rheyne - Live Jam #16920:03 David Trevelyan - Car Crash22:37 Chromatics - Yes(Symmetry Remix)26:25 Jean Michel Jarre - The Heart Of The Noise Pt. 130:22 PYLOT - Blurred Vision33:09 ASC - Sequence 236:56 Merrin Karras - Void44:50 Frank Bretschneider - Motorik49:01 The Advisory Circle - Be Seeing You53:57 Kasper Bjørke Quartet - The Antiphon(Epilogue)66:03 end
Rank #1: Basics of UI Design for Engineers. Surprise! Weekend episode :-DEvery piece of code you write is either going to be for computer-to-computer interaction, or for human-machine interaction. For the latter, how do you make your interface easy to understand and use? Erik Kennedy, independent UX/UI designer, dives into user interface (UI) design. We cover the best tools for making quick prototypes, common design mistakes, and his journey from software engineer to freelance designer. This episode is a great way to get excited about design and has plenty of resources for first-time designers. Check out the show notes for details!Show notes: https://www.programmingthrowdown.com/2019/07/episode-92-basics-of-ui-design-for.html
Rank #2: C Programming Language. This show covers C, the foundation of all programming languages. We begin by introducing ourselves, then jump into talking about the PS3 hack and Nokia cell phone strategy. The tools of the day are Comix the comix book reader and Bitcoin, a virtual currency.
Rank #1: Cedric - Pianorama. Without a doubt, among the instruments of the world my favorite is piano. I’ve got a baby grand of my own, and whenever the house is silent I gently fill it with my notes. Piano has become such a force in contemporary electronic, ambient, and of course, modern classical music, that I’ve devoted an entire category to the albums in my Best Of lists, and called it Music For Watching The Snow Slowly Fall In The Moonlight. To showcase his favorite selections, Cedric has compiled a two plus hour mix of piano works by everyone from Nils Frahm to Brandt Brauer Frick and Sun Ra! From slow and ambient to strings and beats, ignoring labels and genres, as long as it’s got the right touch. Just one rule I came up with for this mixtape: no piano = no go! Compiled as background music to read a book, pet your cats, take a walk, or watch the world fly by... For full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com
Rank #2: Eraldo Bernocchi – Glacial Movements. Very excited about this one, folks, because the music on this exclusive mix contains some fantastic pieces from one of my favorite labels, Glacial Movements. Compiled from the catalog by the label manager, Alessandro Tedeschi (aka Netherworld), and mixed by Eraldo Bernocchi (who also appears on the tracklist), this hour-long journey showcases the vast landscape encompassed by this Italian imprint, specializing in glacial, isolationist ambient, and arctic soundscapes. I’ve been a longtime fan of its output, with albums dating back over a decade now, featuring artists such as bvdub, Philippe Petit, Machinefabriek, Celer, Pjusk, and loscil among the many others. The roster and release schedule is closely curated to capture and preserve the atmosphere within a closely defined concept. Enjoy! For full track listing and more information about this mix, please visit headphonecommute.com
Rank #1: Komputer Cast - Vol. 8. Vintage synth-funk for the modern nostalgic individual.
Rank #2: Komputer Cast - Vol. 6. Vintage synth-funk for the modern nostalgic individual.
Rank #1: Lecture 15: Final Exam Review and Dynamic Allocation. In this lecture, we review key concepts that will be covered by the final exam. Also, we discuss more details pertaining to dynamic allocations, including motivation, requesting dynamic memory, and releasing dynamic memory, that will not be covered on the final exam.
Rank #2: Lecture 14: Introduction to Pointers. We discuss the details of pointer values and types in C++ in this lecture. We conclude with a very brief introduction to dynamic allocation and some other motivation behind pointer types in C++.
Rank #1: The Pragmatic Programmer – How to Generate Code. We continue our dive into The Pragmatic Programmer and debate when is it text manipulation vs code generation as Joe can’t read his bill, Michael makes a painful recommendation, and Allen’s gaming lives up to Southern expectations. In case you’re reading these show notes via your podcast player, you can find this episode’s full show notes at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode112 and join in on the conversation.SponsorsClubhouse – The first project management platform for software development that brings everyone on every team together to build better products. Sign up for two free months of Clubhouse by visiting clubhouse.io/codingblocks.Datadog.com/codingblocks – Sign up today for a free 14 day trial and get a free Datadog t-shirt after creating your first dashboard. Survey Says …Anonymous VoteSign in with WordpressWhat native language are you most interested in?Rust, because safety first.Go, because I wanna be fast and parallel.C, the old ways are best.C++, the good parts.No thanks, I have deadlines.You forgot mine, you expletives.vote News We really appreciate every review we get. Thank you for taking the time.iTunes: AsIRoseOneMorn, MrBramme, MP7373, tbone189, BernieF1982, Davidwrpayne, mldennisonStitcher: Ben T, moreginger, Tomski, Java Joe Blurring the Text Manipulation Line Text Manipulation Programmers manipulate text the same way woodworkers shape wood.Text manipulation tools are like routers: noisy, messy, brutish.You can use text manipulation tools to trim the data into shape.Once you master them, they can provide an impressive amount of finesse.Alternative is to build a more polished tool, check it in, test it, etc. Tip 28 Learn a Text Manipulation Language. Code Generators When you have a repetitive task, why not generate it?The generated code takes away complexity and reduces errors.And it’s reuse has little to no additional cost. Tip 29 Write Code That Writes Code. There are two types of code generators: Passive code generators are run once (scaffolding).Active code generators are used each time they are required. Passive code generators save typing by automating… New files from a template, i.e. the “File -> New” experience.One off conversions (one language to another).These don’t need to be completely perfect.Producing lookup tables and other resources that are expensive to compute.Full-fledged source file. You get to pick how accurate you want the generators to be. Maybe it writes 80% of the code for you and you do the rest by hand. Active code generators Active code generators are necessary if you want to adhere to the DRY principle.This form is not considered duplication because it’s generated as needed by taking a single representation and converting it to all of the forms you need.Great for system boundaries (think databases or web services).Great for keeping things in sync.Recommend creating your own parser. Why generate when you can just … program? Scaffolding, so it’s a starting off point that you edit.Performance.System boundaries.Some uses work best when built into your build pipeline.Think about automatically generating code to match your DB at compile time, like a T4 generator for Entity Framework.It’s often easier to express the code to be generated in a language neutral representation so that it can be output in multiple languages.Something like System.CodeDom comes to mind.These generators don’t need to be complex.And the output doesn’t always need to be code. It could be XML, JSON, etc. Resources We Like The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt, David Thomas (Amazon)The Pragmatic Bookshelf (pragprog.com) C# and .NET Core scripting with the “dotnet-script” global tool (hanselman.com)Using the CodeDOM (docs.microsoft.com) Johnny Dangerously (1984) (IMDb) Tip of the Week Within Visual Studio Code, after you use CTRL+F to find some text in your current document, you can take it a step further by pressing ALT+ENTER to enter into block selection/edit mode.Turn learning Vi into a game with VIM Adventures. (vim-adventures.com)Never confuse forward Slash with back Slash again. know the difference between forward and back slash pic.twitter.com/y0yxr1AmGX— David Neal (@reverentgeek) October 20, 2016
Rank #1: EP09 - Java 8 Features - The Lambda. Show notes for this episode can be found via http://coderscampus.com/9
Rank #2: Landing the interview, a coder's guide to applying for jobs.. Show notes are available via http://coderscampus.com/30 If you're interested in grabbing the new "Java Interview Prep Course" you can get a significant discount by joining the "pre-sale" version of the course before Dec. 2017. This course will be a work in progress until it's expected launch date in Dec 2017. You'll receive dripped access to the new lessons as they are recorded. If interested in receiving a discount of 50% or higher on this Java interview prep course, please visit https://trevorpage.lpages.co/java-interview-prep-course/
Rank #1: 190 Когнитивные искажения — The Art Of Programming [ ISPsystem ]. Обсуждаем когнитивные искажения менеджеров продуктов с Игорем Кузьминым из ISPsystem. О снижении области неопределенногоProductSense http://productsense.io Проведение экспериментовПро сильных разработчиков от лица Alexander Makarov (@sam_dark @backendsecret) Через призму будущих докладов https://teamleadconf.ru Профилактика холиваров и других симптомов нездоровых встреч — Наталья СвешниковаМетодология как конструктор: инструкция по сборке — Филипп ДельгядоВедение кросс-командных проектов — Павел АксёновРефакторинг легаси-команды и процессов разработки — Ахмед ШериевOKR: инструкция по применению — Егор Толстой Refactoring: Second Edition – A Conversation with Martin Fowler https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcSh-yXaXVs @golodnyj Благодарности патронам:Aleksandr Kiriushin, B7W, BigB, Dmitry Miroshnichenko, Eduard Matveev, Fedor Rusak, Grigori Pivovar, Konstantin Kovrizhnykh, Konstantin Petrov, Lagunovsky Ivan, Leo Kapanen, Mikhail Gaidamaka, Neikist, nikaburu, Pavel Drabushevich, Pavel Sitnikov, Sergey Kiselev, Sergey Vinyarsky, Sergii Zhuk, Vasiliy Galkin, Виталий Филинков, Евгений Власов, Никита Ложников, Сёмочкин Максим Поддержи подкаст http://bit.ly/TAOPpatron Подпишись в iTunes http://bit.ly/TAOPiTunes Подпишись без iTunes http://bit.ly/TAOPrss Скачай подкаст http://bit.ly/TAOP190mp3 Старые выпуски http://bit.ly/oldtaop
Rank #2: 189 Товары народного употребления — The Art Of Programming [ DevOps ]. Евгений Потапов и Дмитрий Чумак из ITSumma. Роскомнадзор Телеграмм АмазонАдаптация сервисовТвой DNS не DNSКнижный бизнесТовары народного употребленияПокупки датацентровСравнение провайдеров серверных мошьностей Percona Live Open Source Database Conference 2019 // https://www.percona.com/live/19/ @golodnyj@eapotapov Благодарности патронам:Aleksandr Kiriushin, B7W, BigB, Dmitry Miroshnichenko, Eduard Matveev, Fedor Rusak, Grigori Pivovar, Konstantin Kovrizhnykh, Konstantin Petrov, Lagunovsky Ivan, Leo Kapanen, Mikhail Gaidamaka, Neikist, nikaburu, Pavel Drabushevich, Pavel Sitnikov, Sergey Kiselev, Sergey Vinyarsky, Sergii Zhuk, Vasiliy Galkin, Виталий Филинков, Евгений Власов, Никита Ложников, Сёмочкин Максим Поддержи подкаст http://bit.ly/TAOPpatron Подпишись в iTunes http://bit.ly/TAOPiTunes Подпишись без iTunes http://bit.ly/TAOPrss Скачай подкаст http://bit.ly/TAOP189mp3 Старые выпуски http://bit.ly/oldtaop
Rank #1: M4M046 - Tropical Chillout (Feat. Microbunny, Dengue Fever, Rookiecop, Popcorn, & Damondo). A short, but delicious podcast of music designed to put you in a tropical chillout mood. ‘Sober Driver’ by Dengue Fever. From “Venus on Earth.” ‘Sleepwalking’ by Rookiecop. From “Sleepwalking EP.” ‘Natures Revenge’ by Damondo. From “Never Forget.” ‘Etna’ by Popcorn. From “Never Forget.” ‘Gravity and Air’ by Microbunny. From “49 Swans.” All tracks from IODA Promonet.
Rank #2: M4M001 - Welcome to the Show. (Featuring Artemis, Hungry Lucy, Thievery Corporation, Lovespirals, and more...). Welcome to the show! 1. "Fountain of Life (Lean On It Mix)' by Artemis. 2. 'Otherside" by Hands Upon Black Earth 3. 'Quicksand (Thievery Corp Remix)' by Natalie Walker 4. 'The Way Back' by Evolve 5. 'Storm (carried away)' by Hungry Lucy 6. 'Motherless Child (Karmacoda Remix) by Lovespirals
Rank #1: The Pragmatic Programmers. Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, best known as the authors of The Pragmatic Programmer and founders of The Pragmatic Bookshelf, joined the show today to talk about the 20th anniversary edition of The Pragmatic Programmer. This is a beloved book to software developers all over the world, so we wanted to catch up with Andy and Dave to talk about how this book came to be, some of the wisdom shared in its contents, as well as the impact it’s had on the world of software. Also, the beta book is now “fully content complete” and is going to production. If you decide to pick up the ebook, you’ll get a coupon for 50% off the hardcover when it comes out this fall. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Linode – Our cloud server of choice. Deploy a fast, efficient, native SSD cloud server for only $5/month. Get 4 months free using the code changelog2019. Start your server - head to linode.com/changelog GoCD + Kubernetes – With GoCD running on Kubernetes, you define your build workflow and let GoCD provision and scale build infrastructure on the fly. GoCD installs as a Kubernetes native application. Scale your build infrastructure elastically. Learn more at gocd.org/kubernetes GitPrime – Download GitPrime’s 20 Patterns book, a field guide to help engineering managers recognize achievement, spot bottlenecks, and debug development processes with data. Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery network to their powerful edge cloud platform. Learn more at fastly.com. Featuring Andy Hunt – Twitter, GitHub, Website Dave Thomas – Twitter, GitHub, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links The Pragmatic Programmer - 20th Anniversary Edition Agile Manifesto The humble programmer Considered harmful Edsger Dijkstra PDPjs, a PDP-11 Emulator
Rank #2: Functional Programming. Eric Normand joined the show to talk about Functional Programming. We talked about FP vs OOP vs Imperative, why FP is popular again, the advantages and disadvantages of Functional Programming, and teaching Functional Programming concepts. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors CircleCI – CircleCI is a continuous integration and delivery platform that helps software teams rapidly release code with confidence by automating the build, test, and deploy process. Checkout the recently launched CircleCI 2.0! DigitalOcean – Get DigitalOcean Spaces free for 2 months. Securely store and deliver any amount of data with the same simplicity you’ve come to expect from us. Instantaneously create a cost-effective, reliable storage space using our drag-and-drop UI or API. Toptal – Hire the top 3% of freelance software developers, designers, and finance experts. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a personal introduction. Featuring Eric Normand – Twitter, GitHub Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links Learn Functional Programming on your schedule Can I do FP in my language? (dev.to) Functional programming (Wikipedia) Lambda Calculus (Wikipedia) Maxima and Minima (Wikipedia)
Rank #1: 40. Математика с высоты. Юбилейный выпуск! Обзор разделов математики в контексте истории и информатики. Как связаны разные сферы, почему математика – скорее всего – язык вселенной, и в чем заключается основной парадокс.History of mathematics https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_mathematicsMathematics for Computer Science (MIT Course) https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-042j-mathematics-for-computer-science-fall-2010/The Map of Mathematics (video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmJ-4B-mS-YA Programmer's Introduction to Mathematics (book) https://www.amazon.com/Programmers-Introduction-Mathematics-Dr-Jeremy/dp/1727125452———Вы можете поддержать подкаст на Patreon → https://www.patreon.com/freetonikСпонсор выпуска — компания Targetprocess https://www.targetprocess.com/
Rank #2: 38. Ритуалы, упрощение и расширение сознания. Размышляю о кофемолке, велосипеде и упрощении физических вещей. Потом анализирую результаты опроса слушателей и делюсь планами на следующий этап "Мыслей и методов".Вы можете поддержать подкаст на Patreon → https://www.patreon.com/freetonikСпонсор выпуска — компания Targetprocess https://www.targetprocess.com/
Rank #1: Беззеркальные перспективы Эрланга — Episode 0248. В этом выпуске: Вы узнаете все, про работу в Erlang Solutions, про разработку своей собственной виртуальной машины, про программирование на Rust; обсудим выход новой малинки; поговорим про выход нового релиза Elixir-1.9.0; похвалим статью про вычислительную фотографию; и другие темы, в том числе темы слушателей. Шоу нотес: [00:00:45] Спонсоры https://t.me/KonturTech/415 https://tech.kontur.ru/contests/icfpc [00:00:49] Спрашиваем гостя https://twitter.com/kvakvs https://github.com/kvakvs/beam-wisdoms http://beam-wisdoms.clau.se/en/latest/ https://github.com/archseer/enigma [00:41:02] ErlangRT [00:07:21] Raspberry Pi 4 https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-4-on-sale-now-from-35/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EG5n-e7wDOQ [01:14:38] Elixir-1.9.0 https://github.com/elixir-lang/elixir/releases/tag/v1.9.0 https://elixir-lang.org/blog/2019/06/24/elixir-v1-9-0-released/ [01:24:35] Будущее вычислительной фотографии https://vas3k.ru/blog/computational_photography/ https://jejeya.pictures/computational_photography [01:41:05] How Verizon and a BGP Optimizer Knocked Large Parts of the Internet Offline Today [01:44:09] Fast key-value stores:An idea whose time has come and gone https://storage.googleapis.com/pub-tools-public-publication-data/pdf/03de87e2856b06a94ffae7dca218db2d4b9afd39.pdf https://blog.acolyer.org/2019/06/24/fast-key-value-stores/ [01:57:17] Темы и вопросы слушателей для 0248 Лог чата: https://gitter.im/DevZenRu/live/archives/2019/06/29 Голоса выпуска: Иван, Валера, а также гость Дмитрий. Фоновая музыка: Plastic3 — Corporate Rock Motivation Loop 4 Этот подкаст выходит при поддержке Контура. В Контуре тысяча инженеров разрабатывают продукты, которыми пользуются два миллиона компаний. А ещё разработчики из Контура любят участвовать в соревнованиях. В прошлые выходные прошёл ежегодный 72-часовой ICFP Contest с блокчейном и лямбда-роботами.
Rank #2: Тёплые звонки — Episode 0246. В этом выпуске: открываем свой стартап для DevOps и производим тёплые звонки; прикручиваем SQL к чему угодно с помощью Apache Calcite; Разбираемся зачем нам язык C; О(б)суждаем очередные беспроводные наушники (да сколько можно-то уже!) и поражаемся чудесам криптографии в новых версиях яблочных OS. Шоу нотес: [00:00:00] Спонсор https://tech.kontur.ru/people/alexkir https://twitter.com/backendsecret https://hydraconf.com https://dataintensive.net [00:00:59] Интервью с гостем Amixr https://t.me/mkukuku https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=18586743 [01:21:17] Apache Calcite или запили мне SQL [01:28:06] [8 июня!] Куберу пять лет [01:30:09] Из тем слушателей: Some Were Meant for C [01:41:31] Впечатления от Sony WH-1000XM3 [01:52:41] Чудеса криптографии в новом Find My Mac/Phone https://www.wired.com/story/apple-find-my-cryptography-bluetooth/ https://blog.cryptographyengineering.com/2019/06/05/how-does-apple-privately-find-your-offline-devices/ [02:04:16] [В закладки] Теория распределенных вычислений, курс МФТИ [02:04:30] [Одной строкой] DevZen перевалил за 17 Гб [02:05:01] Срочно обновляйте exim до 4.92 — идёт активное заражение [02:06:37] Темы и вопросы слушателей для 0246 Лог чата: https://gitter.im/DevZenRu/live/archives/2019/06/15 Голоса выпуска: Иван, Валера, Саша, а также гость Матвей. Фоновая музыка: Plastic3 — Corporate Rock Motivation Loop 4 КДПВ: Thom Holmes Этот подкаст выходит при поддержке Контура. В Контуре больше тысячи инженеров в девяти городах разрабатывают собственные продукты и надёжную инфраструктуру для них. А ещё приходите знакомиться с Контуром через месяц на конференции Гидра. Обсудим наши распределенные системы и почитаем книжки «с кабанчиком» и автографом Мартина Клепмана.
Rank #1: 120: Taylor Otwell - Serverless Laravel with Vapor. In this episode, Adam talks to Taylor Otwell about Laravel Vapor, the new serverless platform for Laravel applications that was recently announced at Laracon US. Topics include: What is serverless? What AWS services Vapor manages and how they are billed Using a single RDS instance with multiple databases Understanding cold boots with Lambda and how to minimize the effect they have on your application's performance Performance on Vapor How queues work with Vapor Tuning your queue concurrency based on your database connection limit Strategies for preventing your web instances and queue instances from competing for resources How scheduled tasks work with Vapor How file uploads work with Vapor Limitations when running code on Lambda and strategies for working around them Sponsors: DigitalOcean, get your free $50 credit at do.co/fullstack Cloudinary, sign up and get 300,000 images/videos, 10GB of storage and 20GB of monthly bandwidth for free Links: Laravel Vapor Intro to Laravel Vapor, Taylor's talk at Laracon
Rank #2: 9: David Heinemeier Hansson - Architecture, Patterns and Design. In this episode, Adam talks with David Heinemeier Hansson, partner at Basecamp and creator of Ruby on Rails. They talk about the pursuit of "purity", Domain Driven Design, ActiveRecord vs DataMapper, and developing an eye for "good code". DHH's Blog "Writing Software" keynote DHH's 5 most influential programming books Transitioning to SCSS at Etsy Jason Fried on Rebuilding Basecamp The Big Rewrite, revisited