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Software developers, platform engineers, and sysadmin/operators listen to the weekly Ambassador Labs podcasts in order to learn how to build cloud platforms and create an effective developer experience (DevEx) for deploying container-based applications to Kubernetes. We also discuss best practices for releasing functionality via continuous delivery pipelines, and we investigate the latest developer tooling, API gateway technology (e.g Envoy), and service mesh implementations. We interview pr ...
 
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We pick up where we left off in Part 1, discussing Lyft's mobile architecture, and our Flows and Plugins system. Join Adam, Amanda and Scott as they dive deep into the technical in this week's episode. Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out l…
 
Hosts Adam and Amanda dive into the history of ambitious mobile architecture projects through the last few years, and the rewards we’re reaping from those efforts now. Also, the team is kind of excited about React, and very excited about powdered donuts. We’ll be back with Part 2 in 3 weeks! Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobil…
 
The first episode of 2021! Join Kevin Fang and Jeff Hurray as they describe the decision, benefits and challenges behind Server Driven UI work. Also: some controversy about laundry. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 29 - Server Driven UI with Kevin Fang & Jeff Hurray Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com…
 
Join Julio Carrettoni as he describes his full-circle journey around learning about testing at Lyft. Julio talks with Adam and Ben about a new face mask verification feature, how Lyft weaves testing into the developer workflow... With sometimes varying success. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 27 - Fostering a testing culture with Julio Carrettoni …
 
Join Yvonne Wong and Ryan Tempas as they discuss the creation of our Consumer and Driver App Platform teams. We talk through what a 'Platform' means at Lyft, what teams are working on, and how we approach parity between iOS and Android. Yvonne and Ryan share their offline productivity hacks! Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 26 - Exploring App Platf…
 
Gareth Rushgrove, Director of Product Management at Snyk, discusses the state of Kubernetes tooling, the role of application platforms and how they should be designed and managed, and the importance of engineering security.Summary and full transcript available at: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/gareth-rushgrove-on-kubernetes-tooling-platform…
 
Katie Gamanji, Cloud Platform Engineer at American Express and TOC member of the CNCF, discusses the building blocks of developer experience related to interacting with Kubernetes clusters. She covers the evolution of tooling from the kubectl that we all know and love, to UI-driven tooling like k9s and Octant, and ultimately to ApplicationOps and G…
 
Join Corey Zanotti and James Paolantonio as they walk through the recent health and safety product features we’ve implemented to make our platform safer for our users: tight deadlines, all-hands-on-deck situations, remote collaboration, and optimal use of existing infrastructure. Also Dance Dance Revolution. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 25 - Bu…
 
Dave Sudia , Senior DevOps Engineer at GoSpotCheck, discusses creating an effective local developer experience for Kubernetes, migrating away from Heroku and building a Kubernetes-based platform as a service (PaaS), and how his team developed an understanding of all of the personas involved with creating a platform.Summary and full transcript avail…
 
Kris Gellci joins Adam and Polly to discuss how we approached translating and localizing our apps, allowing Lyft to expand into new regions and provide better user experiences. We talk about Thomas Edison and creative problem solving. Also baby length. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 24 - Bringing Lyft International with Kris Gellci Show Notes We …
 
Daniel Mangum, software engineers at Upbound, introduces the Crossplane cloud control plane project, and talks about how engineers can build an internal platform-as-a-service (PaaS). He also shares his insights into the future of multi-cluster Kubernetes.Summary and full transcript available at: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/daniel-mangum-o…
 
Charity Majors, CTO at Honeycomb and author of many great blog posts on observability and leadership, discusses the new approach needed when instrumenting microservices and distributed systems, the benefits of “observability-driven development (ODD)”, and how Honeycomb can help engineers with asking ad hoc questions about their production systems.S…
 
Miguel Ángel Juárez López joins Adam and Ben to discuss Lyft's creative and committed approach to making our client apps resilient. We learn about Miguel's experience being a developer and people manager at the same time, and how to not get lost in the woods. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 23 - Engineering for Resiliency with Miguel Ángel Juárez …
 
Sam Newman, independent technology consultant and author of Building Microservices, discusses the concept of microservice ownership, explores how to best approach the local development of a microservice-based systems, and shares his opinions on the release trains model of deployment.Show notes and full transcript available at: https://www.getambass…
 
Gene Kim, author of the The Phoenix Project and founder of the DevOps Enterprise Summit, discusses the importance of developer productivity within the larger context of DevOps, and explores the “five ideals” as presented in his latest book, The Unicorn Project. He also outlines how the platform that engineers deploy onto should codify operational b…
 
Michael Hausenblas, Product Developer Advocate in the AWS Container Service Team, discusses the concept of customer focus (both end-users and internal engineering users), explores how platforms have evolved around Kubernetes, and dives into the use of RBAC and Open Policy Agent (OPA) for cluster access control.Summary and show notes are available h…
 
Kelsey Hightower, technologist at Google, shares his thought on cloud developer experience, modern Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and explores the reality that every organisation is testing in productionSummary and full transcript available at: www.getambassador.io/podcasts/kelsey-hightower-on-developer-experience-paas-and-testing-in-production…
 
Tim Johnson joins Artem and Amanda to discuss how he has coped with working with teams in different timezones, his strategies for staying connected while remote, and a theoretical conversation about using Slack in space. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 22 - Long-Distance Development with Tim Johnson Show Notes We want to hear from you! What questi…
 
Dana Lawson, VP of Engineering at GitHub, discusses the impact that Kubernetes has had on operations, how cloud has impacted the local development experience, and the benefits of constant learning.Key takeaways and show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcats-living-on-the-edge-podcast-6-dana-lawson-on-dana-lawson-on-…
 
Charles Pretzer, field engineer at Buoyant (stewards of Linkerd), discussed service meshes, the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) spec, and how to implement a function as a service (FaaS) experience with Knative, Linkerd, and AmbassadorShow notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcast-livin-on-the-edge-podcast-charles-pretzer-o…
 
Alla Babkina, head of engineering at diversity recruitment platform Headstart, discusses building a cloud platforms as a product, what it means in 2020 to be called a "fullstack engineer", and why and how to bake-in observability to applications.Show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcast-alla-babkina-on-platforms-as…
 
In the third episode of the Ambassador Livin’ on the Edge podcast, Matt Klein, creator of Envoy and a software engineer at Lyft, discusses his microservice testing strategies. and offers guidance on building effective platforms and deployment environments.Show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcast-livin-on-the-edge-…
 
Paris Apostolopoulos, Java Champion and cloud engineer, shares his experiences of the benefits of developers getting closer to production, the challenges of creating cloud platforms, and how he believes that all software engineer must continually learn and upskill when working with cloud technologies.Show notes can be found here: https://www.getamb…
 
In the inaugural episode of the Ambassador Livin’ on the Edge podcast, Nic Jackson, developer advocate at HashiCorp, discusses all things related to modern “cloud native” platforms and developer tooling.Show notes can be found here: https://www.getambassador.io/podcasts/podcast-nic-jackson-discusses-cloud-native-platforms-and-developer-tooling/…
 
Amanda Chaudhary joins Artem and Ben to talk through the efforts to keep the Lyft mobile org engaged and scaling effectively, and about Amanda's passion for music and technology. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 20 - Maintaining Mobile Org Unity at Scale with Amanda Chaudhary Show Notes: Amanda Chaudhary on Twitter Polly on Twitter Adam on Twitter…
 
Kateryna joins Adam and Ben to talk about receiving mentorship, UI automation testing, and experimentation. Also child daredevil careers. Transcript Growing as an Android Developer with Kateryna Semenova Show Notes Espresso Android Framework for UI Automation Testing ImageMagick app for composing images Kateryna's Blog post: How to grow new user si…
 
Alex joins Adam and Artem to talk about using vector graphics in mobile development, design consistency, and the near impossible task of morphing letters into other letters. Also what animal is best qualified to pilot Alex’s body for a day. Transcript Vector Graphics in Mobile with Alex Lockwood Show Notes Alex's Blog: Android Design Patterns Shape…
 
JP and RJ join Adam and Sam to talk about working side by side with an iOS or Android counterpart, when feature parity isn't the most important thing, and healthy competition. Also what things taste like cricket and taking tables off of your sandwiches. Transcript Working With a Counterpart with JP Simard and RJ Marsan Show Notes RJ's Post post abo…
 
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