At Barcoding we share our knowledge as software developers. As passionate developers, we sometimes cannot stop talking about it. Especially during Friday night drinks, we tend to discuss a lot about the challenges we faced during the week. We try to capture these talks and to share them. The podcast is made by Paulien van Alst and Arnout Rijpkema.
Daniel Stenberg started working on curl (HttpGet back then) in the late 1990s and made it to the widely used tool which it is now. In this episode, Arnout and Paulien ask him about how he set up this opensource project, what he encountered during his journey and much more!
In this episode, Paulien and Arnout will take you through the world of unit testing. Proper unit testing is difficult to perform and has always been a challenge. They will share their tips and tricks on how to setup your unit tests and talk about their experiences.,
In this episode, Arnout and Paulien are talking with Julien Ponge, author of "Vert.x in Action" published by Manning Publications, about reactive programming in the real world.
What are the dos and don'ts? Should we be afraid of programming with reactive frameworks? Julien is reassuring and explaining to us how useful reactive programming can be!
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Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery are seen as the highway to production. Both are most often employed together and seen as the best way to go fast to production. What are they and what are the benefits and risks? Paulien and Arnout discuss their experiences and views on this DevOps best practice.
Communication is a difficult skill to master. As software engineers communication is important, but so often underestimated. In this episode Paulien and Arnout invite Annyce Davis to share her tips and tricks about getting to know your remote colleagues, reviewing pull requests and much more.
In this episode Paulien and Arnout dive into the world of cyber security together with Brain Vermeer. They touch on topics that got their interest into security and how you can improve the security level of your applications and environments.
Cloud computing is one of the most recent changes in the software community. It really changed software engineering in many ways. Paulien and Arnout take you on a journey on what they have experienced as the biggest changes.
For this episode Paulien and Arnout invited two guests Robert Scholte (CEO Sourcegrounds & chairman Apache Maven) and Maarten Mulders (IT Architect @ Info Support & Apache Maven contributor).
We discuss the world of open source contribution and discover how you can start with contributing to open source software. We have learned that contributing to open source does not only imply making pull requests or specific knowledge, but that the community and the responsibility that comes along with it are very important as well.
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Paulien and Arnout dive into the world of indoor cycling by discussing Zwift (an online cycling platform). They are diving into the technical side of it without forgetting discussing the company Zwift. As an extra bonus, they will even share how to cheat.
Paulien and Arnout are convinced code quality is important and end up discussing this often together and with colleagues. A perfect subject to share their tips and tricks to make the coding world a little bit better.
In this episode Arnout and Paulien discuss their developer environment and share their tips and tricks to increase their development speed. So if you want to become an faster and better listen to these tips and tricks.
Paulien's bash profile: https://github.com/BarCoding-Podcast/episode6-dev-environment
Example of complete setup script for Mac OS: https://github.com/Ruben-E/developer-workstation
In this podcast Paulien and Arnout will discuss an topic, that's not the favorite of most developers. They will talk about their journeys in testing so far and try to help you understand the world of testing. But it turns out that the world of testing is more then we can chew on.
Annotations are introduced to the Java languages. Some love them, but some hate them. We will tell you about our vision on annotations.
Coding examples can be found at https://github.com/BarCoding-Podcast/episode3-annotations/
The advent of code can be found at: https://adventofcode.com/