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Author: Susan Adelokiki

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Do you sometimes feel the need to understand web development topics in simple words, briefly and in a laid back manner? Say no more! In this podcast, I'll be discussing and breaking down technical concepts using stories and illustrations to help you learn easily and have fun too, you'll also learn tips and tricks that are super useful in building a career in technology. If you’re a Software developer or looking to be in the tech space, this podcast is for you!
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0:26 - Welcome, Tolu and Stephen!!0:52 - About Tolu1:17 - About Stephen2:04 -  What is Imposter Syndrome?2:31 - Tolu's first encounter with Imposter Syndrome in tech4:12 -  Stephen's experience with Imposter syndrome in tech7:31 - Signs that make you identify  that you have imposter syndrome13:41 - Different perceived expressions of the imposter syndrome  19:12 - How can you deal with imposter syndrome?27:31 - Tolu's interest in Krav Maga 29:58 - Stephen's "passion" for Massage therapy36:55 - A word of advice!You can find Tolu here and Stephen hereSocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:22 - Welcome to the Penultimate episode!1:03 - Question 1:  What times do I reach out to ask for help or struggle with a problem on my own?03:31 - Question 2: How do I remain relevant in the tech space?4:51 - Question 3: How do I deal with a difficult co-worker in my team?6:02 - Question 4: What are some of the mistakes I might be making as a newbie in tech?Jumping right into a task without properly clarifying requirements, or thinking about maintainability, scalability, or performance.Always waiting to be told what to doCommunicationCompromising on your health because of workBeing emotionally attached to your codeDealing with burnoutSocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:20 - Welcome Welcome!0:30 - Who is Tosin Akinbitu?Final year student at the Department of Zoology, Obafemi Awolowo UniversityAn education advocate who has worked with different NGOs on kids' education and youth empowerment.Has an NGO called Changemakers Youth Empowerment Initiative which  focuses on quality education1:50 - Her first experience with coding4:02 - How meeting people for help and google played parts in building knowledge6:45 - How mentorship programs have made an impact in her learning process8:36 - Her most interesting project built so far 😱11:50 - Resources that helped her with Data Science12:50 - Challenges she faced when starting outNetwork and Power issues15:20 - Top three(ish) picksTime travelWatching horror movies in dark rooms 👻16:52 - Last words Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:22 - Welcome!!0:33 - Short recap from last week0:56 - Please share your feedback about the podcast in this google form1:10 - SQL InjectionInjecting malicious SQL statements into the database through the user input2:23 - How to preventTreat user input as untrusted - Filter and validate2:43 - Security misconfigurationHappens when a part of your web application is defenseless against attackUsing default credentialsAllowing users to have access to information about the application through the stack trace4:18 - How to preventDon't overshare informationHave a minimal footprint for the different components of your applicationDon't keep default accounts, files, or directories5:14 - Broken authenticationHappens when an attacker masquerades as a user through. different meansCredential stuffing: using known breached accountsAutomated attacks: using random credentialsDefault(lazy) credentialsStolen session Ids8:46 - How to preventThe web server could be used to create unique session ids different from the ones created by the browserAdd a limit to failed loginsMuti-factor authenticationPassword complexitySocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
00:25 - Welcome to #tech-goodness Tuesday!00:40 - The good and ugly parts of modern browsers.3:45 - XSS(Cross-site scripting)4:34 - How does it happen?8:24 - Ways to prevent itFilter and sanitize user input(Escaping)Use appropriate response headers11:32 - CSRF(Cross-site Request Forgery)12:05 - How does it happen?13:47 - Who is vulnerable?14:34 - Ways to prevent itCSRF tokensValidate request origin Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:24 - Happy new month0:38 - Intro to  "Auth"entication & "Auth"orization1:17 - An illustration of what authentication is2:43 - Common authentication factorsSingle-factor authenticationTwo-factor authentication (2FA)Multi-factor authentication 4:29 - What is authorization?5:19 - How do they intersect?Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso, feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:39 - Toyosi's bio.1:29 - The good and ugly impacts of COVID.2:39 - Common challenges around working with other software teams.5:20 - How Toyosi goes about ensuring code quality in her team.8:10 - Some "factors" that might propel vs deter women from getting into the field of technology.10:35 - Thoughts on thriving in a male-dominated field.13:28 - Top 3 picksSuccessful-people-stalking prowess.Top boyFood, supplements and how they affect the human bodySocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here 
0:26 - Welcome!0:54 - Dad joke special1:20 - Link to "About Databases(Part 1)" 1:30 - Relational and Non-relational databases4:00 - Common terms associated with databases 4:12 - Query5:43 - Tables, rows, and columns7:12 - Foreign key7:37 - JOIN9:46 - Types of database relationships10:06 - "One-to-one" relationship11:00 - "One-to-many" relationship12:51 - "Many-to-many" relationship13:40 - See you next week!Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
About Databases

About Databases

2021-01-1207:04

0:25 - Welcome!0:45 - Who has had Basa steak?1:45 - What is data?2:57 - What are databases?3:41 - What does a database look like?4:01 - Why you  need a databaseSizeEliminate redundancySecurityAccuracy of information6:36 - See you next week ✌️Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
Dealing with Burnout

Dealing with Burnout

2021-01-0510:43

0:26 - Welcome to 2021(finally)!!!1:24 - When coding becomes a hobby and your best friend2:01 - Signs of burnout3:08 - What burnout is?4:11 - Causes of burnoutUnrealistic expectations on a task or work doneLong hours in front of your computerPoor team relationshipSame routineExercise/SleepContext switching7:23 - Burnout preventionTake time off!Learn new things to keep the brain freshTake breaks during the dayExercise, sleep, and nutritionSpend time with homiesSeeing and talking to a therapist 10:12 - Health is Wealth!Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:43 - Benefits of APIs to businesses1:40 - Commonly used APIsFacebook APIGoogle Maps APIYoutube data APIAmazon s3 APIStripe API5:06 - Happy new year in advance!Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:22 - Introduction0:50 - Find out if you've ever interacted with an API1:50 - Application Programming Interface2:27 - Communication between multiple software applications3:35 - Correlation between your favorite restaurant and an API5:21- Different types of requests the API accepts: GET, PUT, POST, DELETE7:16 - Merry Christmas!Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:26 - Dara's life story(bio)1:38 - What dev life is like right now (through the COVID lens )3:17 -  Thoughts on Vue5:26 - How Jack(CEO. Twitter) gushed about Dara's work7:26 - How Quoted Replies came to Life9:28 - Challenges that came with building Quoted Replies.12:53 - About @hideunwantedreplies 14:04 - Skills that helped build Dara upA desire to continuously improveEndless curiosityChallenging himself16:54 -  Dara's Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/uncledara17:40 - Top 3 picksAbout timeJohnny From FleshThe final hourSocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here 
0.36 - Welcome back, y'all!!1:40 - Code review, explained.2:40 - What pull requests and merge requests are3:04 - Pair programming as a form of code review 4:00 - Reading code vs Writing code5:03 - Some conditions to check before approving pull requests or merge requests6:04 - Not approving code vs blindly approving 6:52 - Code comment etiquettes8:14 -Being generous with examples9:28 - Keeping code destined for review short10:32 - Communicating clearly11:40 - De-escalating earlySocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:20 - Season Finale, Yaay!1:30 - Introduction to "Alternative career paths for developers"2:26 - Data Science3:06 - Netflix documentary(sneak peek): The social dilemma4:01 - DevOps5:09 - QA Engineering6:08 - Embedded Systems Engineering7:00 - My "undying" love for Electronics in school 😩7:35 - Sales Engineer9:45 - Till we meet again in Season 2!LinksThe episode on GIT Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
0:17 - Introduction to "So you think your code is clean"0.39 - Martin Fowler's quote on Clean code2:20 -  Easily readable at first sight, easy to maintain.    3:00 - Practices that make code unreadable:Poor variable and function namesMulti-purpose functionsDeeply nested conditionalsComments that speak louder than the codePoor indentationTestingPractice7:40 - Closing.Watch out for the Season Finale next week! LinksWhat technical debt means from Episode 1?  Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
In this episode, Susan takes a deep dive into why a framework is useful particularly for web development projects.0:24 - Episode 10, We made it!0:53 - Introduction1.55 - How using a framework helped with scaling up a project I worked on in the past3:26 - Reusable components4:12 - Integration with third-party libraries5:26 - Keeping UI consistent5:54 - Maintainable codebase7:30 - CommunitySocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
In this episode of Rewire with Susan, Susan explains what frameworks are, why they are useful in building applications, and the popular ones that are commonly used for frontend development.0:17 - Introduction to "Keeping up with Frameworks"1:05 - What is a framework?A simple analogy.Frameworks in web development.2:03 - Most popular frameworksWho developed them?What makes them so great?Companies that use these frameworksThe cons associated with themLinksFront end vs Back end vs Full-stack developmentReactAngularVueSocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
We'll discuss some mind-boggling questions that people have about programmingDo web design and web development mean the same thing?What's the difference between coding and programming?I want to start coding today!! Where do I start from? 🤯Where can I learn to code?Supporting Links.1) Learning to Code: Where to start - Julia Haigh2) Codecademy3) Freecodecamp4) Frontendmasters5) UdemySocial mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
GIT UP!

GIT UP!

2020-08-1807:44

Are you a developer, a designer, or just someone who works with files? On this episode, you’ll learn about: Version control. What makes Git a super cool tool for tracking changes in files and source code, for collaboration and other great stuff.1001 reasons why you should GIT up! ;) (Joking, they aren't up to a thousand, don't sue me please).Social mediaRewire with Susan - InstagramSusan's Twitter, Facebook, and InstagramEmailhello@rewirewithsusan.comAlso feel free to share your thoughts and feedback here
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