We won't waste your time with stuff you can't use. We focus on the practical, not theoretical, so when you're finished you can put what you've learned to work directly.
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All platforms and topics are welcome at Tekpub. We're not backed by large corporations, nor do we have any kind of partnering deals. We focus on you, not selling things to you.
Our commitment to your learning experience, as well as our high quality presentations, attracts industry experts from across the industry. Jon Skeet, Ayende Rahien, Scott Hanselman, and Dave Ward, among others.
Scott and Rob take to the streets of Portland to discuss getting involved in the Developer Community by: Creating a blog and writing timely posts Navigating Twitter effectively Helping people on Github and StackOverflow Finding User Groups near you One hour and 49 minutes of goodness.
In this episode Ayende continues reviewing Rob's data-access library, Massive. We talk about the importance of an explicit API and whether dynamics in C# can convey a usable API to the developer.
Rob has a problem: jQuery doesn't seem to be working. Document.ready() is failing to run which is cascading several other errors. How do you troubleshoot this kind of thing? Call Batman.
This production is taking a while, but I think you'll agree that the wait is well worth it. I'm pleased to announce that we have a preview for you to enjoy.
One of the tough things about integrating with Shopify is coordinating subscription content with what is, basically, a standard eCommerce site. So, if you're one our monthly members know straight away that nothing has changed and you can still stream everything. The simplest thing you can do is just find the video you want to watch by either searching (the easiest) or browsing. Make sure you're logged in - and when you navigate to the production you should see a box that says "You Can Stream This". Click the episode you want to watch and off you go. Logging In Right now this is a bit of a muddle. I had imported all the accounts in and the idea was that...
As I was preparing a talk for NDC 2013 (where I show how to build a real app with Angular), something clicked and changed everything for me. The goal of the talk was to show a real-world situation where a Single Page App could literally "save the day" in a way that regular server/web interactions couldn't. The example was reconciling Shopify with an existing order management system.
So I used Tekpub as a guinea pig. And wouldn't ya know...