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ScriptCast - A podcast about JavaScript

Stefan Baumgartner for ScriptConf

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ScriptCast - A podcast about JavaScript
ScriptCast - A podcast about JavaScript

ScriptCast - A podcast about JavaScript

Stefan Baumgartner for ScriptConf

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ScriptCast is a podcast about JavaScript, hosted by the creators and organisers of ScriptConf. Join us and listen to stories from people who shape the world of JavaScript. You can find us here on Soundcloud, iTunes, or on your favourite Podcatcher.

Latest Episodes

#19 - DevOne 2018 - Donovan Brown - Our DevOps Journey

A small interlude why I recover from a cold. ScriptCast season 3 is in full swing, with four interviews coming up in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, let's have a look at what's in store with the upcoming DevOne conference, taking place on April 11, 2019. Check out the website, check out the CfP and have fun listening to Donovan Brown from Microsoft! Donovan is Principal DevOps Manager at Microsoft, for the now called "Azure DevOps" team, formerly known as VSTS. In his talk you hear how Microsoft embarked on their own DevOps journey reducing a three-year release cycle down to three weeks. This required changes to their people, process and products. Donovan Brown from the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates will share insights into the agile transformation of Microsoft's Developer Division and showcase newest additions to Azure and how to use Visual Studio Team Services to deploy any language on any platform, including Windows, Linux, mobile and containers. Links...

56 MIN2018 NOV 21
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#19 - DevOne 2018 - Donovan Brown - Our DevOps Journey

#18 - Build our own internet with André Staltz

Stefan met again with André Staltz, who is known for his excellent contributions to functional reactive programming. This time however, we go a more non-technical route, and chat about how we can build our own internet, and how other people are already doing it. We chat about personal LANs, the on-your-phone Facebook alternative, and many other challenges that we face when we want to put control back to our users. It's like the internet of the 90s, remastered, and exciting. Join us and don't forget to support André on Open Collective! Links for today's episode: - https://www.manyver.se/ - https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ - https://opencollective.com/manyverse - André's Talk at TEDx Geneva: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjfWAbGfPh0

34 MIN2018 OCT 31
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#18 - Build our own internet with André Staltz

#17 - 40 conferences a year with Sara Vieira

I met with Sara Vieira, developer advocate at YLD.io, to talk about how many conferences are too much? Sara is well known in the JavaScript world for her exciting and captivating talks, for being a power house on stage and not shy of a joke. Listen to her about how she learned to slow down the hard way, and what she does to keep a good balance between life and work. Links for this episode: - Sara's original article: https://uxdesign.cc/the-dark-side-of-conferences-4b103143179f - Sara on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NikkitaFTW

35 MIN2018 OCT 24
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#17 - 40 conferences a year with Sara Vieira

#16 - React and TypeScript with Martin Hochel

For the start of season 3 I met with Martin Hochel, a developer from Prague who has a strong affinity for static types. Combining his love for TypeScript and his day to day work as a front-end developer, he started contributing to the React type definitions for TypeScript, used by 1.7 million people. With Martin we find out the biggest challenges when using React along with TypeScript, its benefits, and how it feels to break builds for million of users. Links in today's episode: - https://www.typescriptlang.org - https://flow.org - https://basarat.gitbooks.io/typescript/content - https://medium.com/@martin_hotell - https://twitter.com/martin_hotell - https://github.com/Hotell/rex-tils

26 MIN2018 OCT 17
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#16 - React and TypeScript with Martin Hochel

#15 - Chris Heilmann - JavaScript is a Buffet

Before we go into season 3 of ScriptCast, let's bring back one of our favourites from our very first ScriptConf. Chris Heilmann did the opening keynote in 2017, and his talk was an instant classic! Listen to Chris and find out what he means with "JavaScript is a buffet, not the enemy"! And don't forget to visit Chris at https://twitter.com/codepo8 and join us on https://twitter.com/scriptcast

55 MIN2018 SEP 20
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#15 - Chris Heilmann - JavaScript is a Buffet

#14 - Script'18 - Charlie Gerard - Look mum, no hands!

Recording from Script'18 A typical interaction with a device or interface involves touching it. Either you're pressing buttons on a controller, swiping on a touchscreen or clicking on your laptop's trackpad. But what if you could control things without the use of your hands? What if you could use... your thoughts? I have been tinkering with a brain sensor and developed an open source JavaScript framework for it to allow me (or anyone else) to control interfaces or robots using facial expressions and mental commands. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com)

31 MIN2018 SEP 14
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#14 - Script'18 - Charlie Gerard - Look mum, no hands!

#13 - Script'18 - Phil Hawksworth - Next wave infrastructure

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Next wave infrastructure - do far more with much less - Phil Hawksworth(https://twitter.com/philhawksworth) Recent years have seen a shift in technical architectures. Building complex services for the web used to be just that – complex. Projects might have demanded a broad range of specialist skills which could stretch even the fullest of full-stack developers. These days we have a growing number of options for how we design, build and maintain the systems which keep our web sites and applications alive. This talk will look at ways to make use of emerging tools and services which can deliver surprisingly rich features and capabilities without maintaining expensive and complex infrastructure. We’ll talk about the benefits in keeping your stack simple, in using the expertise of others, and we'll examine the performance and security benefits of JAMstack and microservices. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com)...

42 MIN2018 SEP 6
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#13 - Script'18 - Phil Hawksworth - Next wave infrastructure

#12 - Script'18 - Andre Staltz - Cycle.js on pen and paper

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Cycle.js on pen and paper - Andre Staltz (https://twitter.com/andrestaltz) Let's learn the Cycle.js framework from paper sketches and diagrams that make it look easy and obvious. Then, let's see how you can use it in the real world. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com)

30 MIN2018 AUG 30
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#12 - Script'18 - Andre Staltz - Cycle.js on pen and paper

#11 - Script'18 - Michaela Lehr - Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology - Michaela Lehr (https://twitter.com/fischaelameer) If 2017 was the year of Virtual Reality, 2018 may become the year of Augmented Reality. With Apple's ARKit for iOS and Google's ARCore for Android, we should not forget that actually the open web and Augmented Reality are the perfect couple. But how do we create AR apps with web technology? In my talk you will learn how to write your own AR app that runs in the browser. You will see how Augmented Reality works, what markers are for, and how to create them. And you'll get an overview about the devices you can use to test your AR projects. We are just at the beginning of the rise of Augmented Reality. This is why lots of UX design questions are still unanswered. But there are patterns and best practises, and you will learn how to use them to get a great user experience in your AR application. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (...

42 MIN2018 AUG 23
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#11 - Script'18 - Michaela Lehr - Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology

#10 - Script'18 - Simona Cotin - Hop on the Serverless Adventure with Node.js

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Hop on the serverless adventure with Node.js - Simona Cotin (https://twitter.com/simona_cotin) Serverless is the new black - I can deploy my application to the cloud without ever worrying about infrastructure. We all remember the days when we had to spend hours and hours configuring and debugging web servers when all we wanted was to just code and test our app. Those days are long gone and it’s time for us to unlearn how to provision and manage infrastructure while focusing on building and scaling applications. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com) Photo by bebraw: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bebraw/sets/72157669068490399

42 MIN2018 AUG 16
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#10 - Script'18 - Simona Cotin - Hop on the Serverless Adventure with Node.js

Latest Episodes

#19 - DevOne 2018 - Donovan Brown - Our DevOps Journey

A small interlude why I recover from a cold. ScriptCast season 3 is in full swing, with four interviews coming up in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, let's have a look at what's in store with the upcoming DevOne conference, taking place on April 11, 2019. Check out the website, check out the CfP and have fun listening to Donovan Brown from Microsoft! Donovan is Principal DevOps Manager at Microsoft, for the now called "Azure DevOps" team, formerly known as VSTS. In his talk you hear how Microsoft embarked on their own DevOps journey reducing a three-year release cycle down to three weeks. This required changes to their people, process and products. Donovan Brown from the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates will share insights into the agile transformation of Microsoft's Developer Division and showcase newest additions to Azure and how to use Visual Studio Team Services to deploy any language on any platform, including Windows, Linux, mobile and containers. Links...

56 MIN2018 NOV 21
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#19 - DevOne 2018 - Donovan Brown - Our DevOps Journey

#18 - Build our own internet with André Staltz

Stefan met again with André Staltz, who is known for his excellent contributions to functional reactive programming. This time however, we go a more non-technical route, and chat about how we can build our own internet, and how other people are already doing it. We chat about personal LANs, the on-your-phone Facebook alternative, and many other challenges that we face when we want to put control back to our users. It's like the internet of the 90s, remastered, and exciting. Join us and don't forget to support André on Open Collective! Links for today's episode: - https://www.manyver.se/ - https://www.scuttlebutt.nz/ - https://opencollective.com/manyverse - André's Talk at TEDx Geneva: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UjfWAbGfPh0

34 MIN2018 OCT 31
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#18 - Build our own internet with André Staltz

#17 - 40 conferences a year with Sara Vieira

I met with Sara Vieira, developer advocate at YLD.io, to talk about how many conferences are too much? Sara is well known in the JavaScript world for her exciting and captivating talks, for being a power house on stage and not shy of a joke. Listen to her about how she learned to slow down the hard way, and what she does to keep a good balance between life and work. Links for this episode: - Sara's original article: https://uxdesign.cc/the-dark-side-of-conferences-4b103143179f - Sara on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NikkitaFTW

35 MIN2018 OCT 24
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#17 - 40 conferences a year with Sara Vieira

#16 - React and TypeScript with Martin Hochel

For the start of season 3 I met with Martin Hochel, a developer from Prague who has a strong affinity for static types. Combining his love for TypeScript and his day to day work as a front-end developer, he started contributing to the React type definitions for TypeScript, used by 1.7 million people. With Martin we find out the biggest challenges when using React along with TypeScript, its benefits, and how it feels to break builds for million of users. Links in today's episode: - https://www.typescriptlang.org - https://flow.org - https://basarat.gitbooks.io/typescript/content - https://medium.com/@martin_hotell - https://twitter.com/martin_hotell - https://github.com/Hotell/rex-tils

26 MIN2018 OCT 17
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#16 - React and TypeScript with Martin Hochel

#15 - Chris Heilmann - JavaScript is a Buffet

Before we go into season 3 of ScriptCast, let's bring back one of our favourites from our very first ScriptConf. Chris Heilmann did the opening keynote in 2017, and his talk was an instant classic! Listen to Chris and find out what he means with "JavaScript is a buffet, not the enemy"! And don't forget to visit Chris at https://twitter.com/codepo8 and join us on https://twitter.com/scriptcast

55 MIN2018 SEP 20
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#15 - Chris Heilmann - JavaScript is a Buffet

#14 - Script'18 - Charlie Gerard - Look mum, no hands!

Recording from Script'18 A typical interaction with a device or interface involves touching it. Either you're pressing buttons on a controller, swiping on a touchscreen or clicking on your laptop's trackpad. But what if you could control things without the use of your hands? What if you could use... your thoughts? I have been tinkering with a brain sensor and developed an open source JavaScript framework for it to allow me (or anyone else) to control interfaces or robots using facial expressions and mental commands. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com)

31 MIN2018 SEP 14
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#14 - Script'18 - Charlie Gerard - Look mum, no hands!

#13 - Script'18 - Phil Hawksworth - Next wave infrastructure

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Next wave infrastructure - do far more with much less - Phil Hawksworth(https://twitter.com/philhawksworth) Recent years have seen a shift in technical architectures. Building complex services for the web used to be just that – complex. Projects might have demanded a broad range of specialist skills which could stretch even the fullest of full-stack developers. These days we have a growing number of options for how we design, build and maintain the systems which keep our web sites and applications alive. This talk will look at ways to make use of emerging tools and services which can deliver surprisingly rich features and capabilities without maintaining expensive and complex infrastructure. We’ll talk about the benefits in keeping your stack simple, in using the expertise of others, and we'll examine the performance and security benefits of JAMstack and microservices. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com)...

42 MIN2018 SEP 6
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#13 - Script'18 - Phil Hawksworth - Next wave infrastructure

#12 - Script'18 - Andre Staltz - Cycle.js on pen and paper

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Cycle.js on pen and paper - Andre Staltz (https://twitter.com/andrestaltz) Let's learn the Cycle.js framework from paper sketches and diagrams that make it look easy and obvious. Then, let's see how you can use it in the real world. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com)

30 MIN2018 AUG 30
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#12 - Script'18 - Andre Staltz - Cycle.js on pen and paper

#11 - Script'18 - Michaela Lehr - Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology - Michaela Lehr (https://twitter.com/fischaelameer) If 2017 was the year of Virtual Reality, 2018 may become the year of Augmented Reality. With Apple's ARKit for iOS and Google's ARCore for Android, we should not forget that actually the open web and Augmented Reality are the perfect couple. But how do we create AR apps with web technology? In my talk you will learn how to write your own AR app that runs in the browser. You will see how Augmented Reality works, what markers are for, and how to create them. And you'll get an overview about the devices you can use to test your AR projects. We are just at the beginning of the rise of Augmented Reality. This is why lots of UX design questions are still unanswered. But there are patterns and best practises, and you will learn how to use them to get a great user experience in your AR application. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (...

42 MIN2018 AUG 23
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#11 - Script'18 - Michaela Lehr - Creating Augmented Reality Apps with Web Technology

#10 - Script'18 - Simona Cotin - Hop on the Serverless Adventure with Node.js

A recording from Script'18 (https://scriptconf.org) Hop on the serverless adventure with Node.js - Simona Cotin (https://twitter.com/simona_cotin) Serverless is the new black - I can deploy my application to the cloud without ever worrying about infrastructure. We all remember the days when we had to spend hours and hours configuring and debugging web servers when all we wanted was to just code and test our app. Those days are long gone and it’s time for us to unlearn how to provision and manage infrastructure while focusing on building and scaling applications. ScriptConf is powered by: - Dynatrace (https://dynatrace.com) - Fredmansky (https://fredmansky.at) - Karriere.at (https://karriere.at) - epunkt (https://www.epunkt.com) - Microsoft (https://microsoft.com) - Studio Mitte (https://studiomitte.com) - Presono (https://presono.com) - Travis CI (https://travis-ci.com) Photo by bebraw: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bebraw/sets/72157669068490399

42 MIN2018 AUG 16
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#10 - Script'18 - Simona Cotin - Hop on the Serverless Adventure with Node.js
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