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Interviews with fascinating people from a range of industries—from music and retail to journalism and technology—who are exploring their creative practices, inventing new ways of working, and helping shape a more inclusive world. In the 11th season of DB|BD, co-hosts Jessica Helfand and Ellen McGirt are observing equity by highlighting the “redesigners” — people who are addressing urgent problems by challenging big assumptions about how the world can and should work — and who it should work for.
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One Idea. One Minute. One Voice. Just as certain ideas fit into an essay and others are more suited to a tweet, we believe that 60 seconds of a singular voice is a powerful format for new, uncluttered insight.
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Design As

Design Observer

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Who does design belong to, and who is it for? How does it serve us—all of us—and how can we learn to better understand its future, and our own? On Design As— a new podcast from Design Observer—we’ll dig into all of this and more, in conversation with design leaders, scholars, practitioners, and a range of industry experts whose seasoned perspectives will help illuminate the questions as well as the answers. In this first season, we’ll consider the topics of Culture, Complexity, and Citizensh ...
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Design Shop Talk

Nathan Koskovich, AIA

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The Architecture and Design Center's Nathan Koskovich, AIA converses with design professionals and design advocates about the city, architecture, and urban design. Typically we cover questions, like; why are we passionate about design? how does design effect our lives?, what it's like to be a designer?, and what do designers talk about when they aren't worried about boring their spouses.
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Software Defined Talk

Software Defined Talk LLC

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Get ready for a weekly dose of all things Enterprise Software and Cloud Computing! Join us as we dive into topics including Kubernetes, DevOps, Serverless, Security and Coding. Plus, we’ll keep you entertained with plenty of off-topic banter and nonsense. Don’t worry if you miss the latest industry conference - we’ve got you covered with recaps of all the latest news from AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
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Architectural Observation, Art & Philosophy, Field Recording, Life & Work—the WūJīMāChā Dialogue documents everyday conversations in a somehow dusted but never polished fashion. Conversations are conducted mostly in Mandarin Chinese and English, supported by bilingual summaries. Happy listening : ) 建築性觀察、藝術 & 哲學、環境錄音、生活 & 工作——「WūJīMāChā 對話」以一種略微推敲但不曾精雕細琢的方式記錄日常對話。語言爲北方話和英文,並配有雙語摘要。 收聽愉快:)
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This show goes behind the scenes for the tools, techniques, and difficulties associated with the discipline of data engineering. Databases, workflows, automation, and data manipulation are just some of the topics that you will find here.
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Remodelers On The Rise by Kyle Hunt is a podcast designed to inspire remodeling entrepreneurs like yourself. Practical tips, high-level strategy, specific examples, and information that you can grab and implement into your remodeling business. The goal is to empower you to make your remodeling business more enjoyable, profitable, and enable you more freedom in your business and life.
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We host conversations at the intersection of experience design and social change to be a resource for heart-centered designers who are called to create experiences that heal our world. You will hear from professionals inside and outside the museum and cultural sectors whose expertise can inform questions like, How might we design for compassion? Or, Create digital experience accessible for all? Or, how might we create teams primed to foster a sense of belonging for diverse groups? Together, ...
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Dive deep into the evolving world of decentralized organizations with RnDAO Insights. Each episode features discussions from our series of Talks, exploring innovative approaches to collaboration, governance, and the human-centric design of DAOs. Join us as we unravel the complexities and potential of decentralized ecosystems, sharing expert insights and real-world experiences to guide and inspire those at the forefront of this digital revolution. Join us at: https://www.rndao.info/
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Going for the VCDX certification can seem, at first, overwhelming. It doesn't have to be! Join Simon Long (VCDX #105) on this bi-weekly podcast, as he interviews guests; a mixture of VCDX panelists, mentors or others working towards the certification. Whether you are looking for the latest VCDX news and updates, or tips and words of advice for your design or the defense, this is the podcast for you.
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Faith and Science

3ABN Australia Radio

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Presented by Dr. John Ashton, a professor of chemistry and biomedical science and author of 14 books. Listen to Dr. John Ashton explain how science is challenging evolution and supporting the Biblical account of creation
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Data Hurdles

Michael Burke and Chris Detzel

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Data Hurdles is a captivating podcast that takes listeners on an enthralling journey through the multifaceted world of data, where technology and information intersect in intriguing and unanticipated ways. Hosted by Michael Burke and Chris Detzel, this podcast delves into an array of data-centric topics, such as data quality, data security, the revolutionary ChatGPT, data literacy, data pipelines, and the role of reinforcement learning data in machine learning. In addition to exploring AI, b ...
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A dating podcast for the man who is done with games, and who seeks effective and powerful solutions to his dating challenges. We also focus on lifestyle design and self improvement, as improving ones success with women is directly tied to how you spend your time, your purpose and beliefs, and internal self image. Podcast episodes are hosted by author and NYC/San Diego-based dating coach Stephen Nash and includes interviews with leading edge experts in the fields of lifestyle design, dating, ...
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The first two seasons of the 97 UX Things podcast has interviews with authors of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know, who discuss their chapters, career trajectories, and give advice for anyone working in user experience. In season three, book authors, the podcast host, and guests from outside the book provide practical UX tips for listeners. The 97 UX Things podcast is hosted by Dan Berlin, editor of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know, and founder of Watch ...
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"For the Journey" is a series of conversations led by Daren Fulwell, IP Fabric's Network Automation Evangelist. He will bring together practitioners and experts in areas of #networkautomation to discuss requirements, approaches, and pitfalls from practical experience to help listeners along their road to the Self-Driving Network.
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Masters of Motion

Masters of Motion

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Masters of Motion is a podcast, website and social media channel, that provides the world with a insight into the Australian and New Zealand Animation industry. Comprising of a podcast and online gallery featuring outstanding motion design, animation and visual effects work. Our mission is to celebrate Australia's motion artists and to Inspire the next generation of motion designers, animators, visual effects and 3-D artists.
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A blueprint is a design plan that sits between conception and reality. The Blueprint Podcast is an introduction into spiritual law that provides the wisdom needed to live life to the full! Proverbs says wisdom is the principal thing therefore get wisdom and in all of your getting, get understanding.
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The Hell Yes Habit is rooted in the idea that our big lives are created through a series of small choices, consistent habits, big beliefs, and key moments of clarity and courage. It’s an invitation to embrace soul centered alignment and let go of anything that doesn’t serve you anymore - free from the fear of judgment. This is a podcast for the dreamers, creators, overthinkers, and adventurers in all of us. We whole-heartedly believe that creativity always saves the day and we're bringing yo ...
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Breaking Ground

Ground Engineering Magazine & The Ground Forum

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Breaking Ground is the voice of the geotechnical industry, and is supported by Ground Engineering Magazine and The Ground Forum. Hosted by Steve Hadley, Chair of the Federation of Piling Specialists, the podcast covers a wide range of topics including sustainability, design, commerce and STEM. If you're in the industry - or if you're thinking of joining - there will be something here for you! To find out more about Ground Engineering Magazine, visit http://www.geplus.co.uk. To find out more ...
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The brutal truth about digital performance engineering and operations. Andreas (aka Andi) Grabner and Brian Wilson are veterans of the digital performance world. Combined they have seen too many applications not scaling and performing up to expectations. With more rapid deployment models made possible through continuous delivery and a mentality shift sparked by DevOps they feel it’s time to share their stories. In each episode, they and their guests discuss different topics concerning perfor ...
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One of the few podcasts dedicated to creating Enveloping Sci-Fi Horror and Cosmic Horror Audio Productions. Cryo Pod Tapes is an Award Nominated Cosmic Horror Anthology podcast that takes original Sci-fi Horror and Cosmic Horror short stories, submitted by writers and authors from all over the world, and turn them into captivating, professionally produced Mini Audio Dramatizations. With the goal of bringing together the creative talents of the unheard, while creating an unforgettable and enj ...
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Suzy shares the joy of watching wild birds, from her garden visitors in southern England to birds seen internationally. Learn how to identify species, notice their behaviours, and recognize songs and calls. Join Suzy for recorded bird outings, interviews with experts and enthusiasts, and stories from birders around the world. Suzy says: “Birding is a great pastime. It can be done with others or alone. You don't need expensive equipment, your eyes or ears are enough. And best of all, the Casu ...
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Collaborative Craft navigates the ins and outs of software design and development. Host Jerome Goodrich is joined by fellow software, design, and technology professionals to discuss their ambitious project work and gain an understanding of the ever-shifting craft of software. As a consultant at 8th Light, Jerome has visibility into how different organizations — big, small, young, and old — navigate their technological challenges and transformations. Throughout this series, he dives into deta ...
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Art and creativity build identity, self-esteem, purpose, connection and impact. They are an essential tool for improved well-being, mental-health and social change. Through inspiring conversations with artists, scientists and experts, Agathe Westad investigates How and Why art can change our lives. Get moved, inspired and energized. Get ready to look at art, and yourself, differently.
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Enis, Rina & Arin

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cc: covers growth journeys from emerging ecosystems to global markets by Enis Hulli, Rina Onur and Arin Ozkula. (previously Glocal Podcast) Please check our website for more from Getcced -> getcced.com
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At this moment of inflection in technology, co-hosts Elad Gil and Sarah Guo talk to the world's leading AI engineers, researchers and founders about the biggest questions: How far away is AGI? What markets are at risk for disruption? How will commerce, culture, and society change? What’s happening in state-of-the-art in research? “No Priors” is your guide to the AI revolution. Email feedback to show@no-priors.com. Sarah Guo is a startup investor and the founder of Conviction, an investment f ...
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Mokriya is a design-focused mobile development studio based in Cupertino, CA. Our apps for Craigslist, Sidecar, Hipster, and many more have delighted millions of users. We've helped companies from startups to fully-scaled enterprises realize their mobile product visions, and our UX specialists, product designers, and top-tier developers can help you realize yours, too. We believe in agile development (of course), open communication and trust (we give you full access to the codebase from day ...
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Sam Procter started out studying computer science at the University of Nebraska, but he didn’t love it. It wasn’t until he took his first software engineering course that he knew he’d found his career path. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Sam Procter discusses the early influences that shaped his …
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Use Things you Understand! Learn the fundamentals to understand the layers of abstraction! And remember that we don't live in a world with unlimited resources! These are advice from our recent conversation with Ernst Ambichl, Chief Product Architect at Dynatrace, who has started his performance career in the late 80s building the first load testing…
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Summary Generative AI has rapidly transformed everything in the technology sector. When Andrew Lee started work on Shortwave he was focused on making email more productive. When AI started gaining adoption he realized that he had even more potential for a transformative experience. In this episode he shares the technical challenges that he and his …
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This week, we discuss OpenTofu’s response to Hashicorp, Salesforce potentially acquiring Informatica and the latest Kubernetes Market Size from IDC. Plus, when will Enterprise A.I. improve the DMV experience? Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 463 Runner-up Titles The fun run was fun. You don’t have to pay for this, just glue it together w…
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Multimodal models are making it possible to create AI art and augment creativity across artistic mediums. This week on No Priors, Sarah and Elad talk with Suhail Doshi, the founder of Playground AI, an image generator and editor. Playground AI has been open-sourcing foundation diffusion models, most recently releasing Playground V2.5. In this episo…
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Join host Kyle in a riveting discussion with Tim and Chris from ContentoCo on Remodelers On The Rise as they unpack their journey in launching a remodeling business and the key lessons learned. They delve into topics such as ensuring client satisfaction, managing business challenges, and optimizing processes. The duo also shares insights on pricing…
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Carrie Mae Weems is a multidisciplinary artist. Her body of work stretches over four decades and across many mediums, but with a singular focus— depicting the reality of Black life. Weems talks about her work, her role in public life, the intersecting crises in the world, and the power of convening people through art to confront big truths. On this…
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Kristina Halvorson interviews Rob MacFie and Nikki Godley from Wise about their work in scaling content and design across the organization. They cover the challenges of rapid growth and the need to create a clear mission and principles for the team. Rob and Nikki explain the process of developing a career map and discuss the importance of creating …
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Throughout her prolific writing career, Nell Irvin Painter has published works on such luminaries as Sojourner Truth, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Malcolm X. Her unique vantage on American history pushes the boundaries of personal narrative and academic authorship and asks readers to reconsider ideas of race, politics, and identity. She joins to discus…
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Summary Databases come in a variety of formats for different use cases. The default association with the term "database" is relational engines, but non-relational engines are also used quite widely. In this episode Oren Eini, CEO and creator of RavenDB, explores the nuances of relational vs. non-relational engines, and the strategies for designing …
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This week, we discuss Matt Asay accusing OpenTufu of "lifting code" and recap the Google Next '24. announcements. Plus, we share some thoughts on camera placement and offer listeners a chance to get free coffee beans. Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 462 Runner-up Titles Hey, I’m VP of Cables, not VP of Hubs. Well, I still have meetings.…
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Can random mutations actually produce the complex molecular machines in our body like the ATP synthase motor that spins faster than a jet engine? How many of these tiny turbines power our cells every day? Which technology company based their new computer chip on the human brain because of its brilliant design? Can our thoughts be weighed? Stayed tu…
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This week on a host-only episode of No Priors, Sarah and Elad discuss the AI wave as compared to the internet wave, the current state of AI investing, the foundation model landscape, voice and video AI, advances in agentic systems, prosumer applications, and the Microsoft/Inflection deal. Have a question for our next host-only episode or feedback f…
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Since 1998, David Remnick has been the editor of The New Yorker and has written hundreds of pieces for the magazine, including reporting from Russia, the Middle East, and Europe and Profiles of Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Katharine Graham, Mike Tyson, Bruce Springsteen and more. He also hosts the magazine’s national radio program and podcast, “The …
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SREs (Site Reliability Engineers) have varying roles across different organizations: From Codifying your Infrastructure, handling high priority incidents, automating resiliency, ensuring proper observability, defining SLOs or getting rid of alert fatigue. What an SRE team must not be is a SWAT team - or - as Dana Harrison, Staff SRE at Telus puts i…
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Summary Maintaining a single source of truth for your data is the biggest challenge in data engineering. Different roles and tasks in the business need their own ways to access and analyze the data in the organization. In order to enable this use case, while maintaining a single point of access, the semantic layer has evolved as a technological sol…
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In this episode of the Data Hurdles podcast, hosts Chris Detzel and Michael Burke interview Collin Graves, CEO and founder of North Labs, an AWS data and analytics partner based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Collin shares his background, starting with his military service and early exposure to cloud computing through Amazon Web Services (AWS) in 2007. He…
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This week, we discuss Redis Relicensing, Progress acquiring MariaDB and Microsoft unbundling Teams. Plus, Coté shares his Top 10 Tech and Productivity Wish List for regulators. Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 461 Runner-up Titles The Fork is a feature not a bug Relicensing: The path to Private Equity Is this Progress? Hot Antitrust Acti…
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With the increasing complexity of software systems, the use of third-party components has become a widespread practice. Cyber disruptions, such as SolarWinds and Log4j, demonstrate the harm that can occur when organizations fail to manage third-party components in their software systems. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software …
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Join host Kyle Hunt in this episode of Remodelers On The Rise as he covers a range of topics in the first LIVE show of the year. From the importance of content creation to leveraging tools like Loom for effective communication, Kyle shares valuable insights on streamlining onboarding processes, market share, and more. Discover the significance of b…
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Humans are always doing work that is dull or dangerous. Brett Adcock, the founder and CEO of Figure AI, wants to build a fleet of robots that can do everything from work in a factory or warehouse to folding your laundry in the home. Today on No Priors, Sarah got the chance to talk with Brett about how a company that is only 21 months old has alread…
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Join host Kyle Hunt and Jeff Wraley of Groundwork as they share insights and practical tips for streamlining the initial contact process and leveraging technology to enhance the customer experience. In this episode, we explore the importance of capturing videos from prospects to gain valuable insights into their projects and provide personalized re…
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Summary Working with data is a complicated process, with numerous chances for something to go wrong. Identifying and accounting for those errors is a critical piece of building trust in the organization that your data is accurate and up to date. While there are numerous products available to provide that visibility, they all have different technolo…
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Matt Ray interviews Tom Wilkie, Grafana Labs CTO. They discuss the latest trends in Observability, Grafana’s recent announcements and the state of OSS businesses . Plus, some ideas for your next 3D printing project. Show Links The Brewintosh Prusa Mini v6 Hotend Adapter Cortex Prometheus Grafana Labs OpenCost GrafanaCON 2024 April 9-10 Contact Tom …
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David Bryne views life through many lenses. He’s a musician, author, filmmaker, curator, conservationist, digital music theorist, bicycle advocate, visual artist... the list goes on. But through his many trajectories – from co-founding the acclaimed band Talking Heads to his later solo career, moving into theater and beyond, David is always trying …
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Companies are employing AI agents and co-pilots to help their teams increase efficiency and accuracy, but developing apps that are trained properly can require a skill set many enterprise teams don’t have. This week on No Priors, Sarah and Elad are joined by Harrison Chase, the CEO and co-founder of LangChain, an open-source framework and developer…
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In this episode of Data Hurdles, hosts Mike Burke and Chris Detzel interview Jeremy Merle, founder and partner at Craft, a digital product design studio. Jeremy shares his background in design and user experience, having worked with various Fortune 500 companies and startups, including his role as a founding designer at Brightcove, an online video …
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Southern California’s giant kelp forests are ecosystems that are potentially vulnerable to the region’s warming waters, but unlike terrestrial forests, changes in these underwater ecosystems are largely invisible to most of us. Join biologist Mohammad Sedarat and artist Oriana Poindexter in an exploration of their collaboration on the aquarium’s ne…
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From acclaimed pop spectacles to Super Bowl halftime shows to the Closing Ceremony for the London Olympics, artist and stage designer Es Devlin has transformed large-scale performative sculptures and environments transporting audiences. She joins to discuss two decades of design spanning opera, theatre, and stadium extravaganzas.…
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Whether its GitOps, DevOps, Platform Engineering, Observability as a Service or other terms. We all have our definitions, but rarely do we have a consensus on what those terms really mean! To get some clarity we invited Roberth Strand, CNCF Ambassador and Azure MVP, who has been passionately advocating for GitOps as it was initially defined and exp…
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Summary A core differentiator of Dagster in the ecosystem of data orchestration is their focus on software defined assets as a means of building declarative workflows. With their launch of Dagster+ as the redesigned commercial companion to the open source project they are investing in that capability with a suite of new features. In this episode Pe…
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This week, we discuss Kubecon EU, Nvidia’s hyper growth, having 55 direct reports and the Worldwide Container Infrastructure Forecast. Plus, is “hello” a proper slack message? Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 459 Runner-up Titles "Hey. Got a sec? Want to run something by you.” You don’t want to scare you coworkers Eating bugs off your co…
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