Meredydd tells us all about Anvil, including how he got started with Anvil, what the elevator pitch is for Anvil, whether it's just another framework, how Anvil works to enable you to use Python, and what options there are for running Python in the browser.
Santosh Yadav walks us through how to get started contributing to open source projects, including what is GitHub? What's a fork, clone, push, or pull? How do you know if you can help? And why should you get involved in working on open source?
Alex Okrushko talks with us about his recommended 9 ways to setting app development up for front end success, including monorepos, feature flagging, trunk based development, better PRs, automatic help, testing, feature plans, and daily releases.
Andre Young talked with us about becoming a manager in tech, how to prepare for working in management, resources that have worked for him, how someone could get ready to become a manager, and communicating with your team and supervisors on larger projects.
John and Craig talk all about the technology you might interact with before and during a visit to a theme park like Disney or Universal Studios. From E-tickets, the color of a light when you swipe your arm band, dealing with edge cases, to tracking animal's bowel movements.