Did you ever wonder how a search engine works? In this talk, Ben Wendt will discuss the magic of the inverted index, different means of relevance scoring, and go over some examples.
Presented by Nudge Rewards' Mark Bolusmjak, this talk will convince software developers that functional programming is worth their attention, and that the Elm language is a practical choice for starting functional programming. The talk will include an overview of Elm and functional programming concepts.
In this talk, Scott Tadman provides a basic introduction to relational databases and how SQL comes into play.
Pre-processors such as Sass, LESS and Stylus entered the scene some years back and were instantly loved and adopted by developers all around. It’s now time for the next evolution. The Future is here. We’ll be looking at what PostCSS has to offer, why to use it, and how.
Ben Wendt covers some basics and applications that show how NLP works and why it is useful.
Using Redis as a simple key-value store is a great first step, but that’s only scratching the surface. In this session, Stephen Kubovic encourages us to look beyond GET and SET and dives into some of the more interesting data structures Redis has to offer.
Swaggy: [Swa gee] A combination of Swag, Awesomeness, and Happiness.
Web layouts have become more and more complex as time as gone by, to the point where the traditional layout techniques struggle to remain viable options for particular scenarios. Enter flexbox. We will be exploring the flexbox display property along with basic and advanced use cases. Flexbox saves lives.
Presented by Mark Appleby, this presentation will cover techniques to make working with CSS manageable on large scale websites and applications. We'll touch on BEM, and some of the alternative organizational approaches that exist and where things might be headed in the future.