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Listen in on Jane Street’s Ron Minsky as he has conversations with engineers who are working on everything from clock synchronization to reliable multicast, build systems to reconfigurable hardware. Get a peek at how Jane Street approaches problems, and how those ideas relate to tech more broadly. You can find transcripts along with related links on our website at signalsandthreads.com.
 
DC Multicast is dedicated to reflecting and discussing the history of DC Entertainment on film, television, and beyond. Join Keith Chow, Britney Monae, Adam Starcaster, and special guests as they explore some of these beloved and classic DC movies and TV shows.
 
Gary started his first retail store in 1979, his first e-commerce website in 1996, and his first podcast in 2004. In 2006 Gary had a website on Time Magazine's list of 50 coolest websites. Selling actual products is what Gary does, and knows best. Gary's goal is to share his 35 years of retail, and marketing experience. To help you succeed in your own online business. You can find out more about Gary at http://GaryLeland.com
 
A Geek. Are you one? If your fascination makes you lovably peculiar, if you're someone who has chosen unique passion rather than passive conformity, if you're one who pursues skill and imagination over mainstream social acceptance-- you just might be. If you find that no one fascination is enough, and invariably find yourself immersed in the love of multiple art forms, interests and disciplines? Then you, dear listener, might just be a MultiGeek.
 
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Automated state validation is our topic today on Heavy Networking. The hard part isn't configuring the network: it's ensuring the configuration has resulted in the desired state. Guest John Capobianco regards automated state validation is an advanced automation technique. We dive into details in this episode. The post Heavy Networking 545: Achievin…
 
Equal parts science and art, programming language design is very much an unsolved problem. This week, Ron speaks with Leo White, from Jane Street's Tools & Compilers team, about cutting-edge language features, future work happening on OCaml, and Jane Street's relationship with the broader open-source community. The conversation covers everything fr…
 
Monitoring and visibility are critical to network operations. On today's sponsored Heavy Networking show, we talk with sponsor Codilime about custom development and integration of network monitoring and management tools for the data center and cloud. Our guests from Codilime are are Monika Antoniak, Head of R&D; and Edyta Kałka, Senior Project Mana…
 
Clock synchronization, keeping all of the clocks on your network set to the “correct” time, sounds straightforward: our smartphones sure don’t seem to have trouble with it. Next, keep them all accurate to within 100 microseconds, and prove that you did -- now things start to get tricky. In this episode, Ron talks with Chris Perl, a systems engineer…
 
Stuff breaks all the time. With so many people working from home, most of the stuff that's breaking isn't yours, but that doesn’t mean it’s not your problem. Today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by ThousandEyes, reviews critical outages in 2020 and considers network design tips for Internet and remote work. Our guests from ThousandEyes are Angelique…
 
A conversation with Laurent Mazare about how your choice of programming language interacts with the kind of work you do, and in particular about the tradeoffs between Python and OCaml when doing machine learning and data analysis. Ron and Laurent discuss the tradeoffs between working in a text editor and a Jupyter Notebook, the importance of visual…
 
Tom Hollingsworth stops by the Heavy Networking podcast to weigh in on a few topics, including the conflict between Broadcom and NVIDIA, and whether whitebox networking is becoming too risky for enterprise networks. The post Heavy Networking 542: Is Whitebox Too Risky For The Enterprise? appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
 
In this episode we introduce the TCP Authentication Option, why do we need it, what problems does it solve, who implemented it and where can you learn more? Our guests are Greg Hankins from Nokia and Ron Bonica from Juniper Networks. Configuration examples, interoperability test results and more to be found on this GitHub page: https://github.com/T…
 
It’s a software engineer’s dream: A compiler that can take idiomatic high-level code and output maximally efficient instructions. Ron’s guest this week is Greta Yorsh, who has worked on just that problem in a career spanning both industry and academia. Ron and Greta talk about some of the tricks that compilers use to make our software faster, rangi…
 
Today's Heavy Networking jumps into the Free Range Routing (FRR) project, including features of the latest release, what's on the roadmap, and use cases and platform support. Our guest is Donald Sharp, a longtime FRR contributor and Principle Engineer at NVIDIA. The post Heavy Networking 541: An Update On Free Range Routing appeared first on Packet…
 
Electronic exchanges like Nasdaq need to handle a staggering number of transactions every second. To keep up, they rely on two deceptively simple-sounding concepts: single-threaded programs and multicast networking. In this episode, Ron speaks with Brian Nigito, a 20-year industry veteran who helped build some of the earliest electronic exchanges, …
 
In today's sponsored show, we talk with Sinefa about its Digital Experience Monitoring capabilities. Sinefa assembles network traffic, DPI, end point monitoring, and synthetic transactions to get clear, actionable information on network performance to measure end user experience and improve troubleshooting. Our guests are Chris Siakos, CTO; and Ale…
 
Most software engineers only think about their build system when it breaks; and yet, this often unloved piece of software forms the backbone of every serious project. This week, Ron has a conversation with Andrey Mokhov about build systems, from the venerable Make to Bazel and beyond. Andrey has a lot of experience in this field, including signific…
 
The 4poKalypse is coming, and service providers need more tools in their toolbox to combat congestion in eyeball networks. Local content caches close to the eyeballs (pretty much how we do it today) isn’t going to be quite enough. Jake Holland of Akamai is here to tell us just why inter-domain multicast is important, and why...this time...we can ma…
 
The ever-widening availability of FPGAs has opened the door to solving a broad set of performance-critical problems in hardware. In this episode, Ron speaks with Andy Ray, who leads Jane Street’s hardware design team. Andy has a long career prior to Jane Street shipping hardware designs for things like modems and video codecs. That work led him to …
 
Today's show dives into Nokia's approach for automating and operating data center fabrics. In this sponsored episode we examine key elements of Nokia's approach including the SR Linux network OS and its Fabric Services Platform. Our guest is Steve Vogelsang, CTO for IP and Optical Networks at Nokia. The post Heavy Networking 538: Running An Open, A…
 
The networking community seems to have coalesced around Ansible for network device automation and Terraform for cloud. Why this divide? Are the two tools really that different? Today's Heavy Networking explores how and where you can use both these tools, with guests Ned Bellavance and Josh VanDeraa. The post Heavy Networking 537: Ansible Vs. Terraf…
 
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