jrsinclair / James Sinclair

I live in Australia and like to write about JavaScript and other things.

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  1. Episode 28 : Garry Tonon “Shoot For The Kill” | BJJ Fanatics Podcast

    Garry Tonon discusses his “Shoot For The Kill” philosophy and his upcoming instructional video with BJJ Fanatics.

    https://media.blubrry.com/bjjfanaticspodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/bjjfanaticspodcast/BJJFanatics_Ep_28_GarryTonon.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS



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  2. Mauro Servienti - Talk Session: All Our Aggregates Are Wrong

    Explore DDD 2018 - Denver, Sept. 11-14

    It always starts well. At first glance the requirements seem straightforward, and implementation proceeds without hiccups. Then the requirements start to get more complex, and you find yourself in a predicament, introducing technical shortcuts that smell for the sake of delivering the new feature on schedule. In this talk, we’ll analyze what appears to be a straightforward e-commerce shopping cart. We’ll then go ahead and add a few more use-cases that make it more complex and see how it can negatively impact the overall design. Finally, we’ll focus our attention to the business needs of these requirements and see how it can shed light on the correct approach to designing the feature. Walk away with a new understanding on how to take requirements apart to build the right software.

    About Mauro Servienti

    Mauro is a Solution Architect in Particular Software, the makers of NServiceBus, and former Microsoft MVP. He spends his time helping developers build better .NET systems, leveraging Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles and message based architectures. In addition to technology, Mauro writes on his English blog and his Italian blog. He is also passionate about skiing, classical dance and music.

    WEBSITE: http://exploreddd.com TWITTER: http://twitter.co

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkzvQSuYd5I
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  3. Nick Tune - Talk Session: Strategic Autonomous Design: Patterns & Heuristics

    Explore DDD 2018 - Denver, Sept. 11-14

    Model the wrong boundaries in your system and disaster is just around the corner waiting to tease your sanity. An excess of dependencies between modules will result in changes rippling across a fragile codebase at compile time, and that same web of dependencies means even just a small runtime error in one module has the potential bring the entire system crashing down. Modelling the wrong boundaries will test the patience of your teams as well. Every piece of work will require expensive coordination with many other teams who all have different priorities and political agendas.

    In this talk, you’ll learn practical techniques for identifying effective modules in your software systems and enabling autonomous teams in your organisation, and you’ll see modelling patterns based on real world examples from a variety of domains. Along the way, you’ll learn about the theoretical concepts underpinning the techniques, touching on DDD, Systems Thinking, Promise Theory, Theory of Constraints, and more.

    About Nick Tune

    Nick is a product-focused technical leader. He has helped teams in a variety of organisations to achieve continuous delivery and high alignment, including the UK government, Salesforce, and 7digital. He is the co-author of Designing Autonomous Teams and Serv…

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEFbjt_87TU
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  4. Finding your service boundaries - a practical guide - Adam Ralph

    We know it’s useful to split up complex systems. We’ve seen the benefits of modular deployment of microservices. Dealing with only one piece of code at a time eases our cognitive load. But how do we know where to draw the service boundaries? In complex business domains, it’s often difficult to know where to start. When we get our boundaries wrong, the clocks starts ticking. Before long, we hear ourselves say "it would be easier to re-write it". Join Adam for practical advice on discovering the hidden boundaries in your systems. Help tease out the natural separation of concerns in a sample business domain. During 20 years of developing complex systems, Adam has had plenty of time to get things wrong. Learn to avoid the common pitfalls that can lead us down the path to "the big re-write".

    NDC Conferences https://www.ndcconferences.com https://ndcporto.com

    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdliXz70NtM
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  5. Refinement Types with Niki Vazou - CoRecursive Podcast

    Formal verification and type systems – how do they relate? Niki Vazou is on a mission to bring better formal verification to the masses. I have done a couple of episodes about dependent types and my feeling is that dependent types are super powerful and have some conceptual simplicity ( Types are a first class …


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  6. Using TypeScript Like A Pro with Chris Krycho - CoRecursive Podcast

    How do we make javascript easier to work with? Chris Krycho has been using typescript to add types to javascript since 2016. Chris is a software developer at LinkedIn who, at his previous gig, worked on converting one of the largest Ember apps in the world to TypeScript. I was shocked by the size. Chris …


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  7. Category Theory with Bartosz Milewski - CoRecursive Podcast

    Today Adam talks to Bartosz Milewski. He is the author of a famous blog series, lecture series and now book on Category Theory for programmers. The world of functional programming is rife with terminology imported from abstract algebra and Category Theory. In fact, it may be one of the most valid criticisms of functional programming …


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  8. Software in Context with Zach Tellman - CoRecursive Podcast

    Adam talks to Author and Clojure advocate Zach Tellman about how great software is built. “If we say something is over-engineered, what we mean is it’s too complex or it’s too robust or it handles a bunch of situations or scenarios that are not relevant to how we’re using it. It’s okay for us to …


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  9. The Flower, the Field, and the Stack

    As part of the 2012 Leeds Digital Festival, LSx hosted a talk from Ben Hammersley - Editor-at-Large for Wired UK and the Prime Minister’s Ambassador to Tech City. Ben is no stranger to Leeds, speaking about Digital Disruption at last year’s Digital Festival and on Mindfulness and Stillness in Digital Design, hosted by D&AD North during the summer. In his latest talk – The Flower, The Field, And The Stack – Ben will explore the interconnectedness of all things, and finding compassion in TCP/IP.

    Original video: https://vimeo.com/51810057
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