Here’s one for all of you big data nerds out there. We got to sit down with Joe Jevnik a software engineer at Quantopian.com to talk about Python, data, and why everyone may want to learn to code.
Did you know that when Jon Skeet’s code fails to compile, the compiler apologises? What about the fact that when Jon does a search on Google, the only result is “I’ll be right back?” Fuente: Desbordamiento de la pila
For those of you who don’t know, Jon Skeet is a Senior Software Engineer at Google in London, UK. While some of the wilder claims about him still need to be verified, what is definitely true is that he is the only user of Stack Overflow with a reputation over 1,000,000.
Since 1998, this guy has contributed over 34,000 answers to the site, generating over 230,000,000 views! So what do you ask the guy who has already answered every question imaginable?
In today’s episode of the Yellow Duck Podcast we play host to Lukas Eder who is hands down one of the best SQL experts out there. Lukas is passionate about SQL and Java which he knows inside out. In this podcast, he covers a variety of topics related to databases, software development, and technology. Leer más
Haseeb Qureshi is one of the kind. His history of getting from playing poker as a teenager earning $100,000 to becoming involved in software development is well known. So instead of rehashing old history we are going to more generally speak in this podcast about: software boot-camps, software development techniques, career development and more. Leer más
Security breaches and systems being hacked is something that we hear about almost every day. Despite all the literature and expert advice on security, it still happens. Something is clearly not working, right? That’s where Daniel Deogun y Daniel Sawano intervienen. Así que si estás interesado en el tema de la seguridad del software deberías escuchar este podcast. Leer más
Who is a craftsman and what is craftsmanship?
Have you guys heard Luxoft yet? They’re a technological solutions company dedicated to devs globally, hiring over 12000 of them. How? Oh yeah! They give out uber-cool, uniquely designed t-shirts. More on that in another article.
In this episode of the Yellow Duck Podcast you’ll get to hear all about it.
The dev, the man – Simon Maple – speaker at some of the most popular tech conferences, joins us for an episode of our podcast, dedicated to developers around the world. Simon is a Director of Developer Relations at Zeroturnaround, covering JRebel and XRebel, JRebel for Android and XRebel Hub. Leer más
The Yellow Duck podcast continues to broadcast to developers across the world. Whether you are a senior developer or just starting out in the tech world, you’ll find something here that will interest you. In this episode of the Yellow Duck Podcast, we welcome Laurence Bradford, founder of the site learntocodewith.me. Some of you have been down the path yourself, some are embarking on it – either way, Laurence shares her experiences and talks about her current projects that will most definitely be something you can relate to. Who is she? Leer más
The second episode of The Yellow Duck Podcast, a wicked-cool conversation with Dr Heinz Kabutz, a Java specialist that once used the programming language to get his skipper’s license, is on the air.
We’ll continue bringing you amazing stuff from the tech side of the world so long as there are great people to talk to and interesting stuff to cover, so feel free to shoot us a suggestion through our Facebook page. Leer más
From rainy Seattle, USA, Ted Neward joins us for the first episode of The Yellow Duck podcast.
We decided to create the podcast for those interested in software technology, its evolution, contribution, and importance. We will feature great guests to bring the best from every corner of the world and give you great content. In the first episode of the Yellow Duck Podcast, we invite Ted Neward.
As an industry professional of twenty years’ experience, he speaks at conferences all over the world and writes regularly for a variety of publications across the Java, .NET, and other ecosystems. He’s familiar with more programming languages than most people knew existed, and hasn’t found one yet that he couldn’t turn into a ‘mission-critical’ application when asked.