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Kafka in Action (Teaser) • Viktor Gamov & Tim Berglund • GOTO 2022

Viktor Gamov’s co-authored book “Kafka in Action” ensures that you have a list of recipes to dive into. Joined by Tim Berglund, VP DevRel at StarTree, they explore the fundamentals of Apache Kafka. Learn what Kafka can help you achieve, what Viktor’s favorite MCU film is and what “Highway to Mars” by Beast In Black […]

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Containers Red Hat

Kubernetes and OpenShift: What’s the Difference?

Containerization is becoming the new norm for developing and deploying applications in a more efficient and accelerated manner. Kubernetes and OpenShift are two of the main container management platforms in the market for managing containers across the infrastructure. Check out this lightboarding video with Sai Vennam from IBM Cloud as he takes a deep dive […]

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Developer

MERN Stack Full Course 2022

This video is based on SimpliLearn’s MERN Stack Developer Full Course. MERN Stack Developer tutorial will help you learn the latest technical advancements in MERN Stack and guide you with the fundamentals based on current IT standards. This tutorial will teach you about MongoDB, Express, React, and Node.js. This tutorial will help you with critical […]

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Developer Javascript

The Road to TypeScript

What does the road to official TypeScript support for Ember look like? What does it include, and what does it exclude, and why? Why has it taken this long? What does the future hold? What have we done which is distinctive from other frameworks? What are some of the possibilities for collaboration across the front-end […]

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AI Ethics

The Road to General AI • Danny Lange • GOTO 2021

With recent news of a “sentient chatbot,” the topic of AGI is top of mind for me again. Danny Lange, SVP of AI and ML at Unity Technologies, presents this talk on the subject. ABSTRACT Senior vice president of machine learning and artificial intelligence at Unity Danny Lange will set the stage by introducing the […]

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Privacy Windows

Does Windows have Back Doors?

Retired Microsoft engineer Davepl discusses “back doors” in Windows, the implications, and how the software developer protects against such attacks from rogues, hackers, and nation-states. Understand how back doors are like the Follina zero-day exploit in Office, giving complete control of the system to the attacker.

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Career

Will Low Code/No Code Kill Programming Jobs?

Low code and no code are ideas that are gaining traction. Low-code development platforms are used to solve all sorts of software development problems, but what is no code development, is this a new idea that will take your job, or is this another attempt at an old idea and some kind of no-code bubble. […]

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