You’ve graduated, accepted a job and have a shiny new business card that reads Software Developer. What’s next? It's time to get your hands dirty and write some real code, in real code bases, merging your work with the work of nine coworkers, all while juggling maintenance requests and the ongoing development of an in-house toolkit. How do you keep all of this (and yourself) from crashing into the ground?
IPython Notebooks are web-based interactive documents that combine executable code, text, graphs, and media into a single, shareable document, and they’re quickly becoming the de facto hack pad of the scientific programming community. However, the potential of IPython Notebooks extends beyond data-oriented development. Any developer can use them to learn and quickly prototype code, authors use them to write books and blogs, and teachers use them as a classroom tool.
VoIP Drupal is a suite of modules that consists of core modules that interact with other modules such as the one on the demo site that has the dial keypad.
Headless website architecture is gaining traction and popularity. Nearly every developer I’ve spoken to in the past six months is excited about the potential, and with good reason — the headless model allows breakthrough user-experiences and innovation. However, there are a lot of misconceptions and unknowns about this emerging practice.
There’s nothing supernatural or haunted about the idea of a headless website, so no need to worry about adding “Demon Hunting for Dummies” to your list of books to purchase.
Facebook's Hip Hop Virtual Machine promises major speed increases for PHP applications. Is it a realistic choice for Drupal and WordPress? What are the gotchas? How does one set it up?
This session will explain the benefits of HHVM, as well as the practical ins and outs of running it for popular CMS frameworks.
- Simple Hello world
- Using Ruby like a calculator
- About Numbers
- Fun with Operations and precedence
- Hacking with Strings
- Designing Ruby methods/functions
- Comparing Strings
- Ruby blocks
- Arrays and associative hashes (primer to data structures)