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  1. The Web Platform Podcast : 63: TypeScript & ES6 in Angular Applications

    Summary

    Dan Wahlin (@DanWahlin) , Angular JS GDE & Software Engineer,

    chats on TypeScript & ES6 in Angular applications. He tells us about how he leverages the power of these tools to improve his applications. He goes into a few of his debugging stories and even about how he uses docker to quickly deploy these applications.

     

    Resources

    Wahlin Consulting - http://www.codewithdan.com

    Blog - http://weblogs.asp.net/dwahlin

    TypeScript EdX course - https://www.edx.org/course/introduction-typescript-microsoft-dev201x-0

    TypeScript Pluralsight course - https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/typescript/table-of-contents

    Docker - https://www.docker.com/

    Flipboard Magazines:

    AngularJS - https://flipboard.com/@dwahlin/the-angularjs-magazine-f66o0fd8y

    JavaScript - https://flipboard.com/@dwahlin/the-javascript%2C-html5-and-css-magazine-r54fkughy

    Node - https://flipboard.com/@dwahlin/the-node.js-magazine-aa4fu4jsy

    Docker - https://flipboard.com/@dwahlin/the-docker-magazine-vp93fvnry

     

    TypeScript - http://www.typescriptlang.org/

    ES6 - http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/6.0/

    Traceur - https://github.com/google/traceur-compiler

    Angular - https://angularjs.org/ | https://angular.io/

    Babel - https://babeljs.io

    Danny Blue’s generator based on John Papa’s Style Guide - https://github.com/deebloo/generator-angular-blueprint

    Panelists

    Erik Isaksen (@eisaksen) - Front End Development Lead at Deloitte Digital & Google Developer Expert in Web Technologies

    Sharon DiOrio (@sharondio) - Angular JS Google Developer Expert & Full Stack Engineer

    http://thewebplatformpodcast.com/63-typescript-es6-in-angular-applications

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  2. TypeScript: JavaScript Evolved or Devolved? – The Static Void Podcast

    http://media.blubrry.com/staticvoidpodcast/p/archive.org/download/StaticVoidPodcast20151125TypeScript/StaticVoidPodcast-20151125-TypeScript.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadIt’s TypeScript battle royale style as Jess, Chris and Todd discuss the emergence of TypeScript, ECMAScript 6 and the growth of JavaScript transpilers. Hear Jess promote the benefits of TypeScript for improving the quality of JavaScript and developer productivity. Meanwhile, Chris and Todd take on the competing argument that TypeScript is just syntactic sugar and that add classes and types on top of pure JavaScript can end up being a leaky abstraction that does more harm than good.

    Mentioned in the show:

    Introduction to TypeScript: Jess’s free TypeScript training video

    Overview of TypeScript

    ECMA Script 6 (or

    SCMA Script 2015)

    ECMA Script 6 Browser Compatibility Table

    Angular2 (is built with TypeScript)

    ES6 Arrow Functions

    npm – The nodejs package manager, which has also become a go to for more than just nodejs development

    Not mentioned in the show, but worth checking out:

    Essential TypeScript by Jess Chadwick – free TypeScript eBook

    https://www.staticvoidpodcast.com/typescript-javascript-evolved-or-devolved/

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  3. What is TypeScript and why with Anders Hejlsberg on the Hanselminutes Technology Podcast: Fresh Air for Developers

    The Hanselminutes Podcast by Scott Hanselman

    http://hanselminutes.com/340/what-is-typescript-and-why-with-anders-hejlsberg

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  4. Andrew Gadomski Big Picture - Big Data Podcast

    Workforce analysis, Big Data for HR, and predictive HR analytics are being discussed as necessity for the future HR organizations. But what is big data for HR, who is using data smartly, and how is impacting recruiting teams each day? Peter Clayton interviews Andrew Gadomski.

    http://www.totalpicture.com/career-podcast-interview-channels/big-picture-interviews/1385-andrew-gadomski-how-big-data-will-disrupt-hr-and-recruiting.html

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  5. 110: Saron Yitbarek - Revision Path (podcast)

    A 96. epizódban visszatért hozzánk @barpaff és @strob beszélgetni a YNAB-ről. Egyéb témáink: IFTTT, sorozat trackelés, hardver startupok. Az adás végén még két fontos bejelentésünk is van. Shownotes YNAB YNAB is Now Free for College Students Év végi goly…

    https://player.fm/series/revision-path/110-saron-yitbarek

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  6. White Heat, White Lights » the memory palace

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    Episode 68:White Heat, White Lights

    PublishedJul 06,2015

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    Other Episodes:

    ← Every Night Ever

    Charlie: God of Rain →

    Music, Footnotes & Ephemera

    Episode 3 of the 2015 Summer Season.

    Music

    • Under the credits is Harlaamstrat 74 off of John Dankworth’s Modesty Blaise score.

    • The opening loop is from Mr. Knight from Coltrane Plays the Blues, which you should own.

    • The violin piece is Occam II for Violin, a piece by Silvia Tarozzi, played by Pauline Oliveros.

    • Next up is Mikuro’s Blues from the mighty David S. Ware’ mighty Go See the World.

    • The amazing orchestral pieces is Triumph by Miguel Atwood-Ferguson and Carlos Nino from Fill the Heart- Shaped Cup

    • Finally, there’s 13 Ghosts II by Nine Inch Nails from Ghosts I-IV

      White Heat, White Lights

    Tags: 19th century, Advertising, Cumberland Hotel, Long Island, manhattan, New York City, Radiotopia

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    7 Comments on White Heat, White Lights

    Devin says:

    Excellent episode. I’m really loving that the quality has remained consistent with the move to weekly podcasts. One note: in the introduction you introduce the episode as Every Night Ever.

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    July 6, 2015 at 7:07 am

    admin says:

    Ha thanks.

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    July 6, 2015 at 7:29 am

    Philip says:

    Is there a picture of the billboard anywhere? Would love to see it

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    July 7, 2015 at 9:53 am

    Brendan says:

    Walking west from work in Chelsea, where should I find myself but in front of the flat iron just as the people come out of their dwellings to look at the hotel occupying the triangle of land where I now stand.

    I appreciate the new significance of the place this story brought.

    And cheers to serendipity.

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    July 8, 2015 at 4:35 pm

    Martin says:

    ^^ Philip: https://ephemeralnewyork.wordpress.com/tag/cumberland-hotel/

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    July 9, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    Justin says:

    Great piece.

    Big fan of the show.

    Could I offer a correction on the music credits, the work Occam II is a piece by the fantastic composer Eliane Radigue (Pauline Oliveros is fantastic too) played by Silvia Tarozzi.

    Both Radigue and Oliveros extensive body of work is worth checking out.

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    July 12, 2015 at 7:54 am

    admin says:

    Thanks for the correction, seriously.

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    July 12, 2015 at 1:03 pm

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    http://thememorypalace.us/2015/07/white-heat-white-lights/

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  7. 5by5 | Getting There #33: Merlin Mann Shows Us His Panacea

    In which we talk with the brilliantly undefinable Merlin Mann for his amazing insight, advice, and dissection of the areas of productivity, motivation, and just trying to get there. As he tackles our questions, we get a dose of some classic Merlin-Maning.

    http://5by5.tv/ladybits/33

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  8. Herding Code 72: Questioning Uncle Bob, Clojure Magic, Mercurial Support at Codeplex, Thoughts About the iPad and Handerpants

    This week on Herding Code, the gang discusses Uncle Bob’s self-titled blatherings about DI, IoC and Mocking, Clojure and polyglot programming, managed javascript, and recent support for Mercurial at Codeplex. The show finishes up with another K Scott Lightning Round with questions about the iPad and non-technical blog recommendations.

    Uncle Bob recently published two articles which are a little down on DI, IoC and Mocking. Was he merely trying to get a rise out of the community or was he sending a subtle message about poor use of our tools?

    K Scott attended Craig Andera’s Clojure Presentation at a recent DC Alt.NET meet up. This sparks a discussion about Clojure Magic – functional programming, transactional memory, concurrency and multi-threaded programming.

    The guys talk about the polyglot programmer, Scala running on the JVM and Java interop. Scott K shares his interest in getting a Clojure, Scala and F# guy in the same room and Kevin gives his thoughts about the language explosion.

    Scott K leads a conversation about managed javascript, node.js, and IronJS.

    The group offers their opinions on Codeplex support for Mercurial and address questions like “Why not Git?” and “Does this make Codeplex more appealing?”

    Lightning Round Question #1: Who’s going to buy an iPad?

    Lightning Round Question #2: What non-technical blogs do you read?

    Show Links:

    Dependency Injection Inversion

    Mocking Mocking and Testing Outcomes

    Moq

    Rhino Mocks

    Matthew Podwysocki

    DC Alt.Net Group

    Craig Andera’s Clojure Presentation Materials

    Clojure Refs

    Clojure CLR

    Scott K’s Clojure Gist 

    Audacity

    Chris’s Dynamic Compressor

    Gimp

    IronJS

    node.JS

    Simon Willison

    Ruby EventMachine

    Twisted

    Codeplex

    Mercurial, bitbucket

    Git, GitHub

    Rails Commits comparison from SVN to GitHub

    Larry O’Brien – Tablet PC Programmer Responds to Apple iPad

    Michael Ruhlman

    Topless Robot

    Swiss Miss

    Indexed

    Nathan Bowers, UX Hero

    Jin Yang (jzy) 8164.org

    Strange Maps

    Ex Unum, Pluribus!

    FakeSteveJobs

    Art of Manliness

    Archie McPhee

    Monkey Goggles

    Handerpants

    Dave Barry

    Show notes compiled by Ben Griswold. Thanks!

    Download / Listen:

    Herding Code 72: Questioning Uncle Bob, Clojure Magic, Mercurial Support at Codeplex, Thoughts About the iPad and Handerpants

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    http://herdingcode.com/herding-code-72-questioning-uncle-bob-clojure-magic-mercurial-support-at-codeplex-thoughts-about-the-ipad-and-handerpants/

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  9. The Talk Show ✪: Ep. XCIX, With Merlin Mann

    The Talk Show

    ‘The Smoker Channels’, With Merlin Mann

    Friday, 7 November 2014

    Very special guest Merlin Mann returns to the show to talk about Comcast customer service, cable-cutting, Marlins Man (no relation) and his showboating-spectator predecessors, and the state of podcasting today. Also: daylight saving time and Roman numerals.

    Download MP3.

    Sponsored by:

    Need: A refined retailer and lifestyle magazine for men.

    Warby Parker: Stylish high-quality eyewear at revolutionary prices.

    Igloo: The intranet you’ll actually like.

    Squarespace 7: Build your own website.

    Links:

    Xfinity’s amazing illustration for a service outage

    The Kansas Royals tried to get Marlins Man to move seats during the World Series

    “Fan Man” James Miller

    Rockin’ Rollen Stewart, a.k.a. Rainbow Man, a.k.a. John 3:16 Guy

    Roderick on the Line

    CGP Grey: “Daylight Saving Time Explained”

    http://daringfireball.net/thetalkshow/2014/11/07/ep-099

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  10. Debug 49: Siracusa, round 2 | iMore

    Debug is a casual, conversational interview show featuring the best developers in the business about the amazing apps they make and why and how they make them. On this episode Fresh from his review of OS X Yosemite, John Siracusa returns to talk interface, vibrancy, and a whole lot of Swift.

    http://www.imore.com/debug-49-siracusa-round-2

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