Zambezi Screencasts

Screencasts for beginner and intermediate software developers.


Developer Notes & VimWiki

Screencast #9

Monday May 21, 2018

- There is a lot to remember when it comes to being a developer. You have to remember how to write of your methods, functions, how to set up your database, how to deploy your application, how to connect to API's and the li...Continue

Setting Up Your Development Environment

Screencast #8

Friday May 18, 2018

A development environment is a place where you build your web and software applications. It includes tools such as your text editor, compilers, version control, your source code, and support software. In this screencast, w...Continue

Getting Started With Ruby

Screencast #7

Thursday May 17, 2018

Ruby is programming language designed in the 1990's by Yukihiro Matsumoto "Matz" in Japan. It supports functional, object-oriented, and imperative programming amongst many other things. In this screencast, I'm going to i...Continue

Getting Started With Vim

Screencast #6

Wednesday May 16, 2018

According their website, Vim is a highly configurable text editor. This text editor can be used to write any type of text, for example you can use it for programming, writing blogs, short stories or novels. Vim has an exte...Continue

Web Development 101

Screencast #5

Tuesday May 15, 2018

It takes a lot of work to build a web application. When I got started 5 years ago, I gave up a few times because I got very overwhelmed with what was out there to learn. I felt like I had to learn it all, I tried to learn...Continue