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Episode 386: Spencer Dixon on Building Low Latency Applications with WebRTC

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Episode 386: Spencer Dixon on Building Low Latency Applications with WebRTC

Spencer Dixon of Tuple discusses building a pair programming application using WebRTC. Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Spencer about what WebRTC is; its uses cases; resources for learning; its limitations; capturing video and audio from an OS; choosing a video codec; connecting clients by traversing NATs, challenges of working with WebRTC in a native application […]

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Episode 385: Evan Gilman and Doug Barth on Zero-Trust Networks

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Episode 385: Evan Gilman and Doug Barth on Zero-Trust Networks

Evan Gilman and Doug Barth, authors of Zero-Trust Networks: building secure systems in untrusted networks discuss zero-trust networks.  The discussion covers: the perimeter network architecture; the threat model in modern networks; the meaning of “trust in the network”; why we should not trust our networks (it’s probably already owned); the concept of zero trust in […]

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Episode 384: Boris Cherny on TypeScript

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Episode 384: Boris Cherny on TypeScript

Boris Cherny, author of Programming TypeScript, speaks with Nate Black explaining how TypeScript can scale Javascript projects to larger teams, larger code bases, and across devices. TypeScript is a “gradually typed” language, which allows you to add compile time verification to a JavaScript project bit by bit. TypeScript aims to be practical by catching common […]

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Episode 383: Neil Madden On Securing Your API

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Episode 383: Neil Madden On Securing Your API

Neil Madden, author of the API Security in Action book and Security Director of ForgeRock, discusses the key technical features of securing an API. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Madden about API versus Web App security, choice of authentication tokens, the various security models you can follow, NIST-800-92, ISO27001, STRIDE, CIA Triad, audit log best […]

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Episode 382: Michael Chan on Learning ReactJS

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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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