We’ll release episode #145 this Friday – March 6. It features DHH, creator of Ruby on Rails, for a discussion on 10+ Years of Rails. It’s an epic 1 hour and 45 minutes long!
Are you trying to master a new language or level up with one you already know? Koans are a great way to hone your skills through small exercises.
This week we’re joined by Ilya Grigorik to talk with us about his project GitHub Archive, logging and archiving GitHub’s public event data and how he uses Google BigQuery to make querying that data accessible to everyone.
We’re also announcing our new nightly email called Changelog Nightly! Subscribe here.
Want an easy to set up status page system for your web presence that’s also easy on the eyes?
Darcy Clarke joins us this week to talk about his repo on the HTML5 Boilerplate org — “Front-end Developer Interview Questions”. This project is second to only the HTML5 Boilerplate itself with 14,000+ stars!
Sam Potts let us know about a new HTML5 media player released by his team at Selz.
This week we’re joined by Taylor Otwell, he’s the creator and maker of the Laravel PHP framework.
We all agree: *naming things is hard*. So hard, in fact, that it has become somewhat of a cliché amongst developers.
TLDR! I have come on as the first official employee at The Changelog. If you care to know the deeper side of the story, read and listen to what follows.
Everything you need to make web-based mobile apps. A UI kit, modules, and a simple CLI.
Reapp is still in alpha, but it has a lot of promise. Get started here.
It is the first repo to be made available under the US Army Research Laboratory organization. Hopefully it will not be the last.
They say a picture is worth a thousand
words links. When you can detect individual faces inside said picture (or video), it’s worth even more.
Meet Rikki: a friendly neighborhood nitpicking robot
Etsy’s engineers recently published a code search tool (dubbed Hound) that they built to scratch their ever-growing-codebase-search itch.
If your team has many and/or large code repositories and could benefit from a unified, fast search tool, Hound is worth a look.
Our guest this week is Mikeal Rogers to discuss io.js, why the fork exists, why they choose open governance, the roadmap and future of io.js, supporting ES6, burnout while working in open source, and the steps you can take to get involved with io.js.
Who doesn’t want a hackable Yahoo! Pipes plus IFTTT on their own server?
“Because no human should ever have to memorize %d %SS %GARBAGE”
This week we caught up with Alex Polvi, CEO of CoreOS, to talk about their new open source product Rocket, their App Container Spec, and CoreOS – the container only server OS focused securing the internet.
Just add one script tag to your page, and users will be able to record and replay their interaction with the site.
I can think of many applications for a tool like GifW00t! What would you do with it?
Gitrob will scan your GitHub organization for publicly available bits of sensitive information and tell you about them.