Deno Developer Show

Deno Developer Show

<p>This show talks about utilizing your Javascript or Typescript skills so you can do server-side development in Deno, an easy-to-use, robust, npm compatible, and secure runtime for Javascript and Typescript. So, if you're new to backend dev or interested in doing it with Javascript or Typescript, I'd like to help secure your confidence with Deno.</p>

Deno Developer Show Podcast Episodes

Deno Cron
Talking about what is Deno cron and what are cron jobs.Cron Syntax: https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/topics/cron/X/Twitter: @zach_authvowSong: Scott Buckley - The TreeLicense: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)Music powered by BreakingCopyright: breakingcopyright.com..
4 days ago
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Deno KV
I talk about what is Deno KV and what to expect as this show returns.X/Twitter: @zach_authvowSong: Scott Buckley - The TreeLicense: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)Music powered by BreakingCopyright: breakingcopyright.com..
1 week, 4 days ago
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What's To Come For Deno Developer Show
The Deno Developer Show is back. I talk a little about the direction of this show and what I've been doing.X/Twitter: @zach_authvowSong: Scott Buckley - The TreeLicense: Creative Commons (CC BY 3.0)Music powered by BreakingCopyright: breakingcopyright.com..
2 months ago
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Deno's Improved DX with Kit Kelly, Core Team Member
Are you ready for Deno 1.25?!?!? Kit Kelly, a Deno core team member, talks with me about the new and improved developer experience of Deno - the updates, the motivations, and how. Plus, Kit talks about what to look forward to in the future. ________________E-Book: https://denodeveloper.com________________..
1 year, 5 months ago
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Serverless And Edge Computing
Confused about the jargon concerning serverless and edge computing? No worries. This episode covers it.--------------------Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly information about Deno and server-sider Javascript/Typescript--------------------Free Deno Permissions E-Book: [https://denodeveloper.com](https://denodeveloper.com)--------------------..
1 year, 5 months ago
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“Big Changes Ahead for Deno”
In this episode, I hit on the updates coming to Deno according to Deno's blog article "Big Changes Ahead for Deno"-------------Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly information about Deno and server-sider Javascript/Typescript-------------Free Deno Permissions E-Book: https://denodeveloper.com-------------Twitter: @zacharykrav---..
1 year, 6 months ago
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State of Deno (Aug 2022)
Where is Deno at now? I do a quick summary of what has been going on with Deno and server-side JavaScript within the recent months.--------------------------Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly information about Deno and server-side Javascript/Typescript--------------------------Free Deno Permissions E-Book: https://denodeveloper.comTwitter: @..
1 year, 6 months ago
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Talking TypeScript With Nick Nisi
In this episode, I got to talk with Nick Nisi. Nick has been developing since 2009, a TypeScript user since 2013, and a JS Party panelist. He goes through his journey into TypeScript, his thoughts on learning it today, and TypeScript's influence on the larger JavaScript ecosystem.--------------------Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly in..
1 year, 7 months ago
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Working Those Files In Deno
In this episode, we dive into working on files with Deno. Yep, that means reading, writing, opening, and closing.--------------------------Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly information about Deno and server-sider Javascript/Typescript--------------------------Free Deno Permissions E-Book: https://denodeveloper.comTwitter: @zacharykrav------..
1 year, 7 months ago
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Readable Streams in Deno
In this episode, I talk about readable streams and how they are used in Deno.Follow the Deno Developer Show for weekly information about Deno and server-sider Javascript/TypescriptFree Deno Permissions E-Book: https://denodeveloper.comTwitter: @zacharykravMusic by Audionautix.com..
1 year, 8 months ago
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