I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast is now available for download. In this episode titled, NoSQL Databases and the Flexibility of a Non-Relational Model, I’m joined by Matt Groves where we talk about use-cases for NoSQL versus relational databases and how to use NoSQL in your own applications.
Matt Groves and I used to work together at Couchbase, which is a NoSQL database company, and is by no means the focus of this episode. The focus is NoSQL in general and all the great things that you can do with it.Read More
I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast, titled, Developer Evangelism, is available for download on all the major podcast networks.Read More
I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast is available for download! If you’ve been keeping up with the blog recently, I’ve published quite a bit of content around GraphQL as I personally believe it to be the future for API development. Being able to access related and unrelated data on demand through a single endpoint is huge for the people consuming your data and huge for the developers creating the data because of specific model definitions.
In this episode titled, GraphQL for API Development, I’m joined by Lee Byron, one of the co-creators of GraphQL at when he worked at Facebook. Lee gives us all the details on how GraphQL came to be, why it is huge for development, and how to use it successfully in your next application.Read More
I’m pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast titled, Automated Software Delivery for Cloud Native Applications, has been published to all the major podcast networks, including, but not limited to, iTunes and Pocket Casts.
In this episode I’m joined by Jim Clark who is the Chief Architect at a software delivery as a service company called Atomist, where we discuss software delivery and how it can be improved within organizations to make relevant teams within them more efficient.Read More
I’m pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast, titled Progressive Web Application Development has been published to all of the major podcast networks.
In this episode, which is the eighteenth on the show, I’m joined by Tara Manicsic who is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) and works for Progress Software, the company behind Kendo UI. We discuss everything from where applications are headed and how they can function effectively as PWAs.Read More
I am pleased to announce that the latest episode of The Polyglot Developer Podcast is now available for download. The episode titled, Going FaaS on Serverless with OpenWhisk focuses on the development and deployment of functions to be deployed on a serverless cloud platform.
In this episode I’m joined by Carlos Santana who is part of the Cloud Functions team at IBM. While Apache OpenWhisk will have an emphasis in this episode, other cloud services are mentioned as well, including AWS Lambda and Azure Functions.Read More
Job hunting can be one of the most time and energy consuming tasks we have to do. Unfortunately there isn’t a perfect formula but some tips could definitely help to alleviate the process or at least know that you are not alone.
In the following article I will try to provide you with some tips and tricks when applying and preparing for a job interview as a Software Engineer. There is a lot of information on the web but I will try to sum up the areas you should be focusing on and point you to some helpful websites.Read More