solid

Recursos de programación de solid
Volvemos a tratar el mundo de la Inteligencia Artificial de la mano de Nerea Luis Mingueza (@sailormerqury), con la que profundizamos en el machine learning y el data mining.  Y las recomendaciones de nuestra sección: Armas de destrucción matemática (Cathy O'Neil)Aprendizaje automático (Andrew Ng)Deep Learning (Manuela Veloso)Peter NorvigSebastian ThrunGoogle X's (Astro Teller)The Coding TrainNo te pierdas el concurso Fake IA, ¿eres capaz de diferenciar lo que la IA es capaz de hacer y lo que no?.También revelamos el equipo ganador de la HackPEUM 2019:1er puesto: Los gañanes de Vue (Miguel Manzano, Miguel Abellán i David Calvo)2do puesto: Afaya (Azahara Fernández y JuanMa Rodríguez)Para terminar repasamos como siempre el feedback recibido en el rincón del oyente y os recordamos el blog de la comunidad PEUM.Tod@s l@s que tengáis comentarios o sugerencias para el podcast podéis enviarnos un correo a programaresunamierda@gmail.com o dejarnos un comentario en Twitter: @progesunam .No olvidéis de suscribiros a nuestro podcast en FeedPress o itunes, o si lo preferís agregad el RSS a vuestra app de podcast preferida. En cualquier caso siempre agradeceremos reviews del podcast en cualquiera de las plataformas.También podéis uniros a nuestro canal de Slack.La música elegida para la entrada y salida del podcast son del grupo "Dilo". En concreto las canciones son "War Inside" y "Sick of reality"
¿Y si lo escuchas mientras vas al trabajo o te pones en forma?: https://www.ivoox.com/36293467 ------------- Diario de un viaje de cambio de rol en Solid GEAR de líder de equipo a CEO. Cómo he ido cambiando el chip y aprendiendo con el equipo, aprendiendo, a veces a costa de un prueba, error y recalcular. En los últimos 3 años Cómo cambiar el chip, lecciones aprendidas en el día a día. ------------- Todos los vídeos de la Lechazo Conf 2019 en: https://lk.autentia.com/LechazoConf19-YT ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX
Facebook Developer Circles, in partnership with Codemotion, has released the Tech Leadership Training, is an online program designed to help developers in their journey to become CTO of startups. Apply here: bitly.com/DevCirclesProgram Each module will represent an opportunity to focus on specific aspects of the role of the CTO, with - video to go through thematic insights - online moment of Q&A - meetup in Rome and Milan with inspirational and successful CTO There will also be opportunities for networking with other participants to compare and share experiences. Module 1: Defining the CTO Role (Already online) We will focus on defining the role of CTOs by touching their main responsibilities and challenges. It will be important to understand the difference between IT managers and CTOs, leadership and the mindset. Module 2: AI/Machine Learning (Already online) Everyone talks about AI / ML, but when is it really strategic to use this technology to create real innovation for a startup? We will also focus on giving suggestions to the CTO to correctly introduce a new technology in a company. Module 3: Software Architecture/DevOps (Already online) What happens when a startup scales from 1000 users to, 1000 10 million users? in this module, it will be highlighted that only a correct and solid software architecture keeps the business safe. The training also includes a 2-day intensive Bootcamp delivered by Codemotion and Facebook experts to build on the content from the 10-week course. Participants can attend the Bootcamp organized in Milan (June 29-30) or in Rome (June 22-23). Day One: – Data-Driven Decision especially in the CTO perspective – Business / financial management – Tech Team Management workshop Day Two: – Values and Recruitment – Product Management According to Facebook Apply here: bitly.com/DevCirclesProgram
Facebook Developer Circles, in partnership with Codemotion, has released the Tech Leadership Training, is an online program designed to help developers in their journey to become CTO of startups. Apply here: bitly.com/DevCirclesProgram Each module will represent an opportunity to focus on specific aspects of the role of the CTO, with - video to go through thematic insights - online moment of Q&A - meetup in Rome and Milan with inspirational and successful CTO There will also be opportunities for networking with other participants to compare and share experiences. Module 1: Defining the CTO Role (Already online) We will focus on defining the role of CTOs by touching their main responsibilities and challenges. It will be important to understand the difference between IT managers and CTOs, leadership and the mindset. Module 2: AI/Machine Learning (Already online) Everyone talks about AI / ML, but when is it really strategic to use this technology to create real innovation for a startup? We will also focus on giving suggestions to the CTO to correctly introduce a new technology in a company. Module 3: Software Architecture/DevOps (Already online) What happens when a startup scales from 1000 users to, 1000 10 million users? in this module, it will be highlighted that only a correct and solid software architecture keeps the business safe. The training also includes a 2-day intensive Bootcamp delivered by Codemotion and Facebook experts to build on the content from the 10-week course. Participants can attend the Bootcamp organized in Milan (June 29-30) or in Rome (June 22-23). Day One: – Data-Driven Decision especially in the CTO perspective – Business / financial management – Tech Team Management workshop Day Two: – Values and Recruitment – Product Management According to Facebook Apply here: bitly.com/DevCirclesProgram
Volvemos con un episodio e invitada de lujo. Hoy nos visita Nuria Prieto (@nuria_pp), con la que hablamos del mundo maker, si el encaje de bolillos te sabe a poco no dejes de escuchar este episodio.  Aquí tienes algunas de las referencias citadas en el episodio: Arduino@dcuartiellesEscornabotsEscornaFAN@akirasan@estherborao@pherediagilY las recomendaciones de nuestra sección: CPU FailMentoriza.meNo te pierdas el test SuperPEUM para saber si escondes a un verdadero maker en tu interior. Para terminar repasamos como siempre el feedback recibido en el rincón del oyente y os recordamos el blog de la comunidad PEUM.Tod@s l@s que tengáis comentarios o sugerencias para el podcast podéis enviarnos un correo a programaresunamierda@gmail.com o dejarnos un comentario en Twitter: @progesunam .No olvidéis de suscribiros a nuestro podcast en FeedPress o itunes, o si lo preferís agregad el RSS a vuestra app de podcast preferida. En cualquier caso siempre agradeceremos reviews del podcast en cualquiera de las plataformas.También podéis uniros a nuestro canal de Slack.La música elegida para la entrada y salida del podcast son del grupo "Dilo". En concreto las canciones son "War Inside" y "Sick of reality"
Consejos sobre cómo hacer que tu código se parezca más a una novela. Sigue adelante el curso de Leaflet en la Zona Premium donde estamos aprendiendo a crear mapas interactivos Open Source, una alternativa real a Google Maps. Algunos libros y recursos comentados en el episodio son: Clean Code Un gran libro, disponible también en castellano. Robert C. Martin repasa los fundamentos de una buena programación. La primera lectura imprescindible. The Pragmatic Programmer Andrew Hunt y David Thoma...
In this meetup, we presented a mobile architecture vision of Apiumhub. We explained our experience with the MVP pattern and how we have developed it, applying the SOLID principles, and getting to improve the quality of our testing and reducing the mocks considerably. We presented a theoretical introduction of the pattern and principles followed by a case of practical use detailing all the components of our architecture + Q&A of course. We hope you find it useful!
El contenido de la charla trata sobre un resumen y síntesis del libro "Clean Code" de Robert C. Matin. Introduciremos el término Clean Code, que significa, que implica y que ventajas tiene. Repasaremos todas las "Leyes" mencionadas en el libro, como KISS, la regla del Boy Scout, SOLID, etc. Veremos la importancia del nombrado y las reglas a seguir para seleccionar un buen nombre. Aprenderemos a crear Funciones mantenibles con ejemplos de código y antipatrones. Analizaremos la importancia de los comentarios, cuales deberíamos permitir y cuales no. Repasaremos las reglas de formato para que nuestro código sea entendible y lo más legible posible. Veremos como escribir clases y estructuras de datos "limpias". Aprenderemos las mejores técnicas de control de errores para nuestro "Clean Code". Los ejemplos de código son en Java, pero pueden ser aplicados a cualquier lenguaje.
¿Y si lo escuchas mientras vas al trabajo o te pones en forma?: https://www.ivoox.com/34982342 ------------- Greach is a yearly technical conference around Android, JVM Frameworks and alternative JVM languages. It brings together JVM developers with framework creators and international speakers. Developers learn about JVM languages such as Groovy, Kotlin, platforms such as Android, JVM frameworks such as Grails, Micronaut, Ratpack, Spock... or cloud environments such as Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services or PWS. The most talented developers around Europe come to Greach to learn how to develop better, faster and smarter. ------------- 'Develop IoT solutions with Kotlin is possible thanks to the incorporation to Kotlin as a first class programming language to Android and the becoming of Android Things, an optimized version of Android for embedded devices. This talk is looking for explore the aspects around IoT projects, Hardware, Security, Server Side, Data Analysis from the hand of Android Things and Kotlin.' - 'The Internet of Things is a technology that has been echoing for some time. Arriving to generate interesting and attractive solutions. It usually happens that those who develop this type of solutions know about the Hardware, or they only have knowledge of the Software side. This talk seeks to explore all those aspects around IoT in the hand of a real project for monitoring fishbowls (something that you can implement at home).' - 'In the hardware side, we will use sensors and different technologies for handle the information obtained from these (Raspberry PI, Arduino, etc). Since we want to show how to use Kotlin for develop IoT solutions, we will use Android Things with Kotlin and Raspberry PI.' - 'The server side, using Serverless or IoT cloud solutions, options to analyze our information. Finally, is important take some considerations over the security aspects in IoT projects, although there are not yet 100% solid solutions, there are already efforts to solve this.' ------------- Todos los vídeos de Greach 2019 en: https://lk.autentia.com/Greach19-YT ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX
Greach is a yearly technical conference around Android, JVM Frameworks and alternative JVM languages. It brings together JVM developers with framework creators and international speakers. Developers learn about JVM languages such as Groovy, Kotlin, platforms such as Android, JVM frameworks such as Grails, Micronaut, Ratpack, Spock... or cloud environments such as Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services or PWS. The most talented developers around Europe come to Greach to learn how to develop better, faster and smarter. ------------- Develop IoT solutions with Kotlin is possible thanks to the incorporation to Kotlin as a first class programming language to Android and the becoming of Android Things, an optimised version of Android for embedded devices. This talk is looking for explore the aspects around IoT projects, Hardware, Security, Server Side, Data Analysis from the hand of Android Things and Kotlin. The Internet of Things is a technology that has been echoing for some time. Arriving to generate interesting and attractive solutions. It usually happens that those who develop this type of solutions know about the Hardware, or they only have knowledge of the Software side. This talk seeks to explore all those aspects around IoT in the hand of a real project for monitoring fishbowls (something that you can implement at home). In the hardware side, we will use sensors and different technologies for handle the information obtained from these (Raspberry PI, Arduino, etc). Since we want to show how to use Kotlin for develop IoT solutions, we will use Android Things with Kotlin and Raspberry PI. The server side, using Serverless or IoT cloud solutions, options to analyse our information. Finally, is important take some considerations over the security aspects in IoT projects, although there are not yet 100% solid solutions, there are already efforts to solve this. ------------- Todos los vídeos de Greach 2019 en: https://lk.autentia.com/Greach19-YT ¡Conoce Autentia! Twitter: https://goo.gl/MU5pUQ Instagram: https://lk.autentia.com/instagram LinkedIn: https://goo.gl/2On7Fj/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/o8HrWX