Katerina Skroumpelou join us to talk about her work on implementing AI and chatGPT inside documentation, how well it has worked, and some of the things to consider when using AI for docs.
Michael Hladky helps us demystify reactivity and answers some questions regarding what reactivity is, how promises fit in, when reactivity is a good or bad choice, taming complexity in programming, and why people should consider paying attention to reactivity.
Tom Preston-Werner is back on the show to update us on what's been happening with RedwoodJS, what RedwoodJS is, how they evaluate which technology to integrate into RedwoodJS, how RedwoodJS goes further than NextJS, thinking about startups at scale, and maintaining software for the long term.
Alexander Lichter talks with us about building with Vue 3 including the differences between the compositions API and options API, reusability vs components, how dependency injection works in Vue, whether you should href or reactive, and what Vue vine is?
We're talking Open AI with Dan Wahlin. What's a token? What's a transformer? What's a semantic kernel? How can someone get started with Open AI development? And why would someone want to try developing an app with Open AI related technology?