Aaron Krauss talks about Neo4j and how to use it with Python.
Watch Tulsa Web Devs, as Aaron Krauss speaks about Prolog.
Prolog is really powerful; it’s a neat old language that’s drastically different from just about any other language out there. It’s not functional (though it is declarative) – but if you’ve never seen it before, it will really challenge how you think about programming languages. For example, there are Sudoku solvers written using just 15 lines of Prolog!
This is a very beginner-friendly talk about Prolog – no prior experience necessary. Together, we’ll learn about facts, rules, and queries in Prolog – the fundamental constructs that make up a Prolog script, and how you can use them to solve some real-world problems.
In this talk, we’ll review best practices with documenting and refactoring code in Python, including using pydocstrings, self-documenting code, and other helpful comments.
Watch ThunderPlains 2018, as Aaron Krauss gives a lightning talk about his interviews with Amazon Web Services.
Aaron Krauss talks to us about building a neural network in Python!
Aaron Krauss talks about various license agreements and how they differ: MIT, BSD 2, BSD 3, Apache, GPL, LGPL, and Creative Commons
Aaron Krauss will be giving us tips on speaking at user group meetups!
There’s a good chance that you have projects running on a server somewhere. What happens if that server gets accidentally erased, or if you need to spin up an identical server? Even if you have backups, you’ll still need to spend precious time setting things back up the way you had them – and there’s no telling if you’ll get it exactly right. That’s where this powerful dev tooling combo comes into play. By using Ansible, Packer, and Terraform, you can automate this entire process, getting as granular as you need to be.
In this talk, we’ll review what Ansible, Packer, and Terraform are individually, as well as how you can use them together. As a demo, we’ll be automating the creation and deployment of a digital ocean droplet that’s pre-configured to run a fun personal-project website.
Aaron Krauss talks about automating server configuration with Ansible.