5 Minute #DevStories @ GitHub HQ [Videos]
Hey, sorry about the delay in getting out these awesome presentation videos from these eight Hacker Noon contributors. We are ramping up our video production (edited by Derek Bernard) with two video interviews per week from the Hacker Noon podcast and project based video productions from events, like this one we did with PubNub at the GitHub SF HQ.
“Productivity Hacks using Modern Text Editors” by Pranava Adduri, Director of Programming for AWIP and Founding Engineer at Rubrik
“How Humans Create Technology and How Technology Creates Us” by Cris Beasley, Founder, podcaster, Mozillian, technical advisor to the American Psychological Association Div 44
“Reader Emoji Reaction Iterations” by Dane Lyons, Hacker Noon CPO & Forbes Technology Council Member.
“Security, Obscurity, Openness” by Emanuele Cesena, Security Engineer at Pinterest and co-founder at SoloKeys
“Understanding GraphQL through the lens of Hip Hop” by GitHub’s Developer Advocate Brian Douglas
“Realtime APIs that Improve Human Experiences” by PubNub’s Developer Relations Jordan Schuetz
“How a CDN Saved Our Hosting Bill” by Austin Pocus, Hacker Noon Fullstack Developer. Read more about what Austin learned from giving his first Dev Talk.
“Feature Fatigue Kills UX” by Lily Chen, senior software engineer at Apollo.io and award winning competitive dancer
“Hacker Noon, The Color Green, the Value of Iteration and Trusting the Process” By David Smooke. You can also read this story.
P.S. Shoutout to our investors of the week! Cheers to those who make it possible for us to build a better tech site:
P.P.S. If you’d like to partner on future events, [email protected].
P.P.P.S. Below is a bonus video of what it’s like to make these videos. Some great music choices by g’head productions.
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