Cassidy walks us through her career and gives us insight on choosing jobs, quitting them, and focusing on what's important to you. We also discuss keeping track of her many ideas, teaching workshops at React Training, why Amazon was a poor fit, and much more.
Samuel Williams explains the difference between concurrency and parallelism, the dangers of writing multi-threaded code, how languages like Node, Go, and Erlang safely handle parallelism, and how to build scalable systems safely.
Aaron Patterson introduces ruby runtime internals including details on its virtual machine, global interpreter lock, JIT compiler, and the complexities of building a compacting garbage collector.
Mubs shares strategies for building successful side projects, how they differ from professional projects, and explains how he built Pod Hunt, an app for discovering podcasts
Felienne discusses teaching programming to kids by saying code out loud, the user experience of spreadsheets, the role of a computer science education, and her experience as a professor, conference speaker, and podcaster.
Julia Evans explains all things HTTP, the need for intermediate level educational materials, the importance of fundamentals, writing to an audience, the zine format, and working on education professionally.
Armin Ronacher talks about getting into Rust, when to use it, writing rust extensions for python, building web applications with actix, creating debugging libraries, and the Rust ecosystem.