Episode 17: Chatting Velox and Accelerating Data Management with Masha Basmanova
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this episode of The Diff podcast, host Philip Bell talks to Meta Software Engineer Masha Basmanova about Velox, an open source unified execution engine aimed at accelerating data management systems ..read more
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Episode 16: Building Intuitive Interactions in VR: Interaction SDK and Presence Platform
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this episode of The Diff podcast, host Navyata Bawa talks to Interaction SDK Software Engineer Danny Yaroslavski about how to add immersive VR interactions using Interaction SDK. They talk about how the First Hand showcase app and the Interaction SDK samples app let developers have hands-on experience with hand features, the challenges that come with creating a seamless user experience and how pose and gesture detection tools work together ..read more
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Episode 15: Building Multiplayer Virtual Reality Applications in Unity with Zac Drake
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this episode of The Diff podcast, host Navyata Bawa chats with Zac Drake, a software engineer on the VR Developer Environment Engineering team about the VR Platform SDK Multiplayer features, highlighting how the SharedSpaces app makes them easy to use out of the box in Unity. Zac explains some of the challenges that can arise when developing multiplayer VR applications. We discuss how developers can account for things like latency, as well as other best practices, recommended resources and learning materials to help you start building multiplayer VR experiences ..read more
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Episode 14: Building Multiplayer Virtual Reality Applications in Unreal with Eric Le Saux
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this episode of The Diff podcast, host Navyata Bawa chats with VR Developer Environment Software Engineer Eric Le Saux about the SharedSpaces sample and how it demonstrates the Platform SDK Multiplayer features. Eric dives deep into the challenges and objectives of the sample and the choices his team made to create an app that demonstrates the Multiplayer features in an easy to use way. We discuss use cases that developers should keep in mind when designing multiplayer VR applications, best practices, recommended resources and learning material to help you create your own multiplayer VR exp ..read more
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Episode 13: From Linux to React Native with Nicola Corti
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this installment of The Diff podcast, host Dmitry Vinnik and Meta Software Developer Nicola Corti chat about how Nicola gained an interest in mobile development through Linux. They also discuss how open source plays an important role in Nicola’s career, what React Native is and how Kotlin is being used in the open source project’s build code. At the end, listeners get the scoop on Nicola’s podcast, The Developers’ Bakery ..read more
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Episode 12: Talking about All Things React with Rachel Nabors
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this installment of The Diff podcast, your host Dmitry Vinnik and Meta Documentation Engineer Rachel Nabors discuss their experience getting into front-end development, their work in the React ecosystem and explores how virtual conferences have opened the door for the open source community ..read more
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Episode 11: Talking Mobile Open Source with Pascal Hartig
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
In this installment of The Diff podcast, host Dmitry Vinnik and Software Engineer Pascal Hartig discuss Pascal’s open source journey at Meta. Initially, Pascal worked on Litho, a declarative UI framework for Android, but lately, he's primarily focused on supporting a project called Flipper, an extensible mobile app debugger. Throughout this interview, Pascal and Dmitry talk about the importance of building a welcoming community and give several tips on how to get started in open source. ------- Episode Links ------- Meta Tech Podcast Meta Open Source project Flipper - Website Meta Open Source ..read more
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Episode 9: The Breeze Has Been Shot With Cami Williams
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
On this episode of The Diff recorded Wednesday, May 6th 2020, Joel catches up with Cami Williams, a developer advocate and colleague on the Facebook open source team. Cami and Joel play, I ask question, you ask a question and we talked about some really interesting topics. Find out how Cami became popular on social media, our thoughts around diversity in the world of advocacy and technology, the one programming language to have if you are stranded on an island, and hear some admissions about reality TV shows. Also there is a big surprise at the end regarding the podcast itself. Facebook Open ..read more
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Episode 8: Talking Libra With Eric Nakagawa
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
On this episode of The Diff, Joel talks Libra with Eric Nakagawa. Libra's mission is to enable a simple global currency and financial infrastructure that powers billions of people. Eric is the head of open source for Calibra, who is building a wallet for Libra. Eric describes how Libra works, how validator nodes work, what parts of Libra are open sourced, the difference between Libra and Calibra, and much more. Find out more, including the transcript at https://thediffpodcast.com/docs/episode-8 ..read more
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Episode 7: At F8 2019: The Current State of React and React Native
The Diff: A Podcast from Meta Open Source
by Meta Open Source Team
1y ago
On this special episode of The Diff, Instagram software engineer Kathryn Middleton, and React Native engineering manager, Kevin Gozali, join Joel on our final live broadcast from the F8 2019 conference to discuss the current state of React and React Native. Learn why React Hooks is such a big deal, how React and React Native cooperate on roadmaps, and about some of the exciting new features for both. Also, we talk about the shift in focus for React Native on open source. F8 class on React Hooks F8 session on React, Relay, GraphQL F8 session on React Native, ComponentKit, Litho ..read more
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