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Episode 382: Michael Chan on Learning ReactJS

Filed in Episodes by on September 26, 2019 1 Comment
Episode 382: Michael Chan on Learning ReactJS

Michael Chan of the React Podcast discusses React, a front end JavaScript framework.  Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Chan about what React is, when to introduce it, and how to learn it without being overwhelmed.  Michael explains how JSX combines JavaScript and HTML-like markup to build components and how it decides how to automatically manipulate […]

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Episode 381: Josh Long on Spring Boot

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Episode 381: Josh Long on Spring Boot

Josh Long, developer advocate at Pivotal, discusses Spring Boot with host Simon Crossley, and the features that it provides to efficiently develop production ready enterprise web applications. With 18 years of experience the Spring Framework is certainly mature, and Spring Boot is an attempt to package many of the standard patterns of enterprise development to […]

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Episode 380: Margaret Burnett on Gender, Cognitive Styles and Usability Bugs

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Episode 380: Margaret Burnett on Gender, Cognitive Styles and Usability Bugs

Margaret Burnett of Oregon State University spoke with SE Radio’s Felienne about GenderMag, a way to assess the inclusivity of software. This episode explores ‘inclusivity bugs’ — issues that might impede software’s usability — discussing the different cognitive styles people can have, and how to make sure that the software we create is usable for […]

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Episode 379: Claire Le Goues on Automated Program Repair

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Episode 379: Claire Le Goues on Automated Program Repair

Claire Le Goues, Associate Professor at Carnegie Mellon University discusses her area of research: automated program repair – the ability of programs to fix bugs in other programs.   Host Felienne spoke with Le Goues about how these techniques work. The techniques include: applying ‘sensible’ edits (moving blocks of code, adding null checks automatically) and then […]

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Episode 378: Joshua Davies on Attacking and Securing PKI

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Episode 378: Joshua Davies on Attacking and Securing PKI

Joshua Davies, author of Implementing SSL / TLS Using Cryptography and PKI discussed SSL/TLS, public-key infrastructure, certificate authorities, and vulnerabilities in the security infrastructure.  Robert Blumen spoke with Davies about the history of SSL/TLS; TLS 1.3; symmetric and asymmetric cryptography; the TLS handshake; the Diffie-Helman key exchange; the HTTPS protocol; verification of domain ownership; man-in-the-middle […]

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