NewCircle Developer Stream
Stream is a constantly updated source of free, educational content on open source development. Also, check out our bookshelf for in-depth tutorials.
Over the last few years, many new tools have been created to assist front-end developers. Christian Vuerings discusses these tools, along with some tips, for making you and your team most productive.
Andrew Godwin discusses the reasons behind Lanyrd's decision to move from MySQL to PostgreSQL, then from AWS to Softlayer, and what their team learned along the way.
The Django Debug Toolbar can be extremely helpful, but the interesting bugs only happen in production. Simon Willison offers advice on asking “what went wrong?,” and, “what’s going to go wrong?”
The story of taking two APIs, each with their respective issues, and updating them to create a single API for the modern era.
Nathan Yergler, Principle Engineer at Eventbrite, talks about how they took their code base, that's been around for quite some time, and built a culture of testing around it.
The creators of two of the web's most popular frameworks come together to discuss their respective projects, the pros and cons of frameworks, and how they can help you make better websites.
Erik Bryn shows just how easy it is build a radio streaming application with Ember.js. This presentation is comprised entirely of live code.
Releasing a new feature means takings into consideration how it will interact will all of your previous features. Feature flags are a tool to help confront this issue.
Nathan Yergler explains how Eventbrite adapted their code base for internationalization and discusses some of the unique challenges they faced along the way.
A series of 15-minute talks on Eventbrite and Lanyrd, two-large scale, layered, sites built on Python and Django.
NewCircle Instructor Adib Saikali walks us through two of the most exciting additions to Java 8.
Programming with asynchronous callbacks is harder than it needs to be. ECMAScript 6 generators can alleviate some of the pain you’re experiencing.
This talk is about how Sourcery transition from a large jQuery code base to a faster, easier to maintain, tested Ember app.
This is a quick introduction to sbt 1.0. Josh Suereth describes the new features coming with the 1.0 release and includes a demonstration of the client-server prototype.
Brian McKenna discusses his tool WartRemover: a method of writing linting rules which can be executed as compiler plugins, command line tools, or even as macros.
What's the difference between what you see, while looking at Scala source code, and what the JVM sees while interpreting it’s compilation unit?
New York Times developers used Scala to make an alternative CMS for third party agencies. Find out how in this 15-minute talk from NE Scala!
GeoTrellis is a Scala library for fast, distributed processing and analysis of geographic raster data. It also makes pretty pictures! Find out more in this awesome talk from NE Scala.
Luke Amdor visits NE Scala to help dispel the bad rap that often surrounds sbt. He covers best practices for any organization wishing to adopt sbt.
While Rúnar is usually an advocate for functional programming, here he plays devil’s advocate. (This is hyperbole and obviously has a happy ending!)
Paul Chiusano provides an overview of the library, shows its program model, and walks us through some examples of its use.
Are you ready for an epic battle? Types and Macros enter the ring, who will come out victorious?
Darcy Clarke discusses best practices for designing and documenting user interactions- and the importance of doing it right.
Greg Sadetsky delivers an introduction for anyone interested in getting started with Python. He begins by setting up the environment, then demonstrates the power of a few simple lines of code.