November 13, 2018

Curated list of youtube talks

A curated list of youtube talks worth watching as a software engineer. Note that this list is mainly for me so I will not forget.

General programming

Design Microservice Architectures the Right Way

Very interesting talk about leveraging code generation to provide consistent APIs and code across all engineering teams in a company.

A Crystal Ball to Prioritize Technical Debt

DEFCON 17: That Awesome Time I Was Sued For Two Billion Dollars

William Byrd on “The Most Beautiful Program Ever Written” [PWL NYC]

Talk explaining how to write Lisp interpreter in 4 lines of Lisp, very cool, kinda mind bending talk.

Break Me00 The MoVfuscator Turning mov into a soul crushing RE nightmare Christopher Domas

Presentation mov instruction being Turing complete whith example programs compiled into only mov instructions.

Golang

dotGo 2015 - Rob Pike - Simplicity is Complicated

Rob Pike - ‘Concurrency Is Not Parallelism’

Go Proverbs - Rob Pike - Gopherfest - November 18, 2015

Golang UK Conference 2016 - Dave Cheney - SOLID Go Design

Golang UK Conference 2016 - Dave Cheney - Seven ways to Profile Go Applications

Golang UK Conference 2016 - Peter Bourgon - Go + Microservices = Go Kit

GopherCon 2017: Kavya Joshi - Understanding Channels

dotGo 2019 - Dave Cheney - Constant Time

7 common mistakes in Go and when to avoid them by Steve Francia (Docker)

GothamGo 2017: Closures are the Generics of Go by Jon Bodner

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