Miles walks us through buying a used 2015 MacBook Pro and upgrading it with a better hard drive. And we talk programing languages: Kotlin, Swift, Groovy, Java, Python and more.
It’s a programing rich episode of GeekSpeak.
The episode in which Miles fixes his Laptop screen – with a mistake.
An example of an adapter to allow MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs between 2013 and 2015 to upgrade using industry standard storage modules that are both faster and cheaper than the ones that came from Apple.
In this tutorial we will create an iOS and Android application, by making use of Kotlin’s code sharing features. For Android we’ll be using Kotlin/JVM, while for iOS it will be Kotlin/Native.
Some will say Scala, but I don’t buy it. Scala is a better language, but Scala requires a different mindset (retraining) and has a much smaller employable pool of developers.
GNU find output as PostgreSQL foreign tables (multicorn)