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5 Things That Actually Scare Developers (and One That Does Not)

As a developer, you may feel yourself somewhat distanced from the global hustle and bustle. After all, you live in a world that's logical. A world, where even the most wicked things can ultimately be debugged and where emotions are more or less unnecessary unless you want to blow off some steam. Still, it's Halloween. […]

So Your Tech Event Needs Money?

Our developer community is pretty awesome – both in person and online. Together, developers can participate, collaborate, foster a network and learn from each other. Perhaps you are inspired to give back to the community and organize a tech event for developers. In-person tech events for developers come in many different forms such as monthly […]

Developer Digest .NET Core and NativeScript

Developer Digest shows are back! This week Ed and Brian cover the latest news in the development community including: ASP.NET Core, NativeScript and Angular. What is the Telerik Developer Digest? The Telerik Developer Digest is the latest collection of the best articles from the Telerik Developer Network and around the web, curated by a group […]

Best Practices for Designing a Chatbot Conversational Experience

Designing a conversational experience requires a set of best practices that go beyond the natural language understanding and personality of your chatbot. You will need to account for unexpected scenarios, interruptions, ambiguities and other situations that are the norm when having a conversation in real life. When we started creating Darvin.ai – a platform for […]

Degree Seeking Developers

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, Chris Gardner shares his experience with higher education. Chris explains his “love for learning” and the challenges that degree seeking professionals need to be prepared for and the rewards that come from university education. Chris Gardner Chris Gardner is the chairman of the DevSpace Technical Conference, Microsoft MVP, […]

Why Serverless?

Like most developers I know, I'm fairly jaded when it comes to the "next big thing." I've been in development, professionally, for over twenty years, and while I've seen a heck of a lot of incredible improvement in my time, I've also seen my fair share of fads that come and go. Up until somewhat […]

Code PaLOUsa Mobile Panel

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code, we’re in front of a live audience at Code PaLOUsa talking about all things mobile. For this episode we’ve assembled a panel of mobile experts featuring Sam Basu, Mike Branstein, and Nick Landry to share their advice on tackling modern mobile development. Samidip Basu Samidip Basu (@samidip) is […]

Have Web Standards on Mobile Caught Up to Phonegap in 2017? Pt. 2

In my previous article, I took a look at the "core" set of PhoneGap/Cordova plugins and how well (or how poorly) they are supported now via web standards. The idea wasn't to say you never need go hybrid, but that you may not necessarily have to go hybrid, which was one of the core principles […]

Making the Switch from AngularJS to Angular in an Enterprise Dev Shop

With the recent change to SEMVER version numbering and the many architectural changes from AngularJS, looking at the recent advancements in the Angular community could give anyone a sense of impostor-syndrome. Also, staying up to date with the community could be considered a job in and of itself. These rapid changes and restructuring of an […]

How Your Brain Works Against You

On this episode of Eat Sleep Code guest Arthur Doler discusses how our brain interprets cause and effect, the ways in which it wants to think of things as narratives, and all the tricks it does to save itself from having to think. Arthur shares his perspective on cognitive bias and how it effects the […]