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Code editors and language servers
Go Time
In this episode we talk with Ramya Rao about code editors and language servers. We share our thoughts on which editor we use, why we use it, and why we’d switch. We also discuss what a language server is and why it matters in connecting editors and the languages they support. We also dive into various ways to be effective with VS Code including shortcuts, plugins, and more. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors KubeCon + CloudNativeCon (Amsterdam 2020) – Get an additional 10% off registration with the code KCEUGOTIME. Learn more and register. DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes – DigitalOcean makes it super simple to launch a Kubernetes cluster in minutes. Developers can now run and scale container-based workloads with ease on the DigitalOcean platform. Learn more and get started for free with a $50 credit at GoCD + Kubernetes – With GoCD running on Kubernetes, you define your build workflow and let GoCD provision and scale build infrastructure on the fly. GoCD installs as a Kubernetes native application. Scale your build infrastructure elastically. Learn more at Fastly – Our bandwidth partner. Fastly powers fast, secure, and scalable digital experiences. Move beyond your content delivery network to their powerful edge cloud platform. Learn more at Featuring Ramya Rao – Twitter, GitHub Jon Calhoun – Twitter, GitHub, Website Mat Ryer – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Johnny Boursiquot – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links Go Time #49: Adventures in VS Code with Ramya Rao gopls - language server for Go Go modules support in VS Code - How to enable gopls in vscode. margo - Something like gopls that was created for Sublime Text’s implementation. Mentioned on the show. VS Code vim emacs GoLand Notepad - Mat’s preferred editor VS Code plugins mentioned/used by our panelists: Bracket Pair Colorizer Sublime Text Keymap for VS Code VIM for VS Code
Robot hands solving Rubik's cubes
Practical AI
Everyone is talking about it. OpenAI trained a pair of neural nets that enable a robot hand to solve a Rubik’s cube. That is super dope! The results have also generated a lot of commentary and controversy, mainly related to the way in which the results were represented on OpenAI’s blog. We dig into all of this in on today’s Fully Connected episode, and we point you to a few places where you can learn more about reinforcement learning. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors DigitalOcean – Check out DigitalOcean’s dedicated vCPU Droplets with dedicated vCPU threads. Get started for free with a $50 credit. Learn more at AI Demystified (FREE five-day mini-course) – Get an introduction to the most important concepts, types, and business applications for AI and Machine Learning. This course is 100% free. Featuring Chris Benson – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Daniel Whitenack – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links OpenAI’s result of solving a Rubik’s Cube with a robotic hand: Blog post Paper Example push back on Twitter Learning resources: OpenAI Gym Tutorial PyTorch RL Tutorial Tensorflow RL Tutorials
#294 – Pot gitarzysty
YesWas | Podcast
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Finding collaborators for open source
The Changelog
Jeff Meyerson, host of Software Engineering Daily, and the founder of FindCollabs (a place to find collaborators for open source software) joined the show to talk about living in San Francisco, his thoughts on podcasting and where the medium is heading, getting through large scale market changes. We talk at length about his new project FindCollabs, the difficulty of reliably finding people to collaborate with, the importance of reputation and ratings systems, and his invite to this audience to check out what he’s doing and get involved. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors DigitalOcean – The simplest cloud platform for developers and teams Whether you’re running one virtual machine or ten thousand, makes managing your infrastructure too easy. Get started for free with a $50 credit. Learn more at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon (Amsterdam 2020) – Get an additional 10% off registration with the code KCEUCHANGELOG. Learn more and register. Retool – Retool makes it super simple to build back-office apps in hours, not days. The tool is is built by engineers, explicitly for engineers. Learn more and try it for free at CrossBrowserTesting – The ONLY all-in-one testing platform that can run automated, visual, and manual UI tests – on thousands of real desktops and mobile browsers. Featuring Jeff Meyerson – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website Jerod Santo – Twitter, GitHub, Website Notes and Links Software Engineering Daily FindCollabs Hip Hop Beats on FindCollabs
219. Reginald Dwayne Betts (poet) – nothing to resurrect after prison
Think Again – a Big Think Podcast
Some experiences change you so completely that you’re left with a choice: either spend your life running from them or spend your life turning them over in memory, trying to find new ways in, through, and out the other side. The power of the impulse to explain or somehow articulate these experiences is inversely proportionate to other people’s ability to understand them. They’re everything all at once. It seems to me that my guest today has made that second choice, the hard choice not to run away. Or maybe it’s a choice you have to keep making over and over again. His name is Reginald Dwayne Betts. He’s 39 years old—an accomplished poet and essayist and a graduate of Yale Law School. But he spent most of his teenage years and young adulthood in prison and over a year in solitary confinement, experiences neither society, nor memory, nor his fellow feeling for the more than 2 million people behind bars in the United States, the vast majority of them black men and boys, has let him forget. Dwayne’s beautiful and necessary new book of poems is called FELON, and I’m honored to have him with me here today to talk about it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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