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Best NoSQL podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best NoSQL podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Test & Code is a weekly podcast hosted by Brian Okken. The show covers a wide array of topics including software engineering, development, testing, Python programming, and many related topics. When we get into the implementation specifics, that's usually Python, such as Python packaging, tox, pytest, and unittest. However, well over half of the topics are language agnostic, such as data science, DevOps, TDD, public speaking, mentoring, feature testing, NoSQL databases, end to end testing, au ...
 
Developer Advocate, Matthew Groves, meets with top developers and database leaders to share everything you need to know when it comes to NoSQL databases. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, IoT, and game development and how companies are including NoSQL databases into their technology stack. Hear tips and tricks when it comes to using NoSQL databases as well as success stories from people all around the world. This podcast is sponsored by the open source NoSQL database company, Cou ...
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
In this podcast, hosts Vikram Ramakrishnan and Faizaan Shamsi, partners at the software consultancy QuantLayer, talk to investors and builders of the cryptocurrency arena. We discuss how industry participants think about crypto assets, how they uncover fraud in the market, and which technologies will turn the budding, nascent crypto space into the revolutionary powerhouse early market participants had hoped for.
 
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This is the first episode of the Computing Podcast. There's massive innovation happening in all layers of the modern application. Starting from cloud substrates all the way to the edges like your browser or an IoT device. Today we begin by talking about the fourth wave of distributed systems. Going from NoSQL to NewSQL. Follow us on Twitter @dosco …
 
Join David Jones-Gilardi as he interviews Jonathan "Shooky" Shook from DataStax, and Mick Semb Wever from TheLastPickle as they delve into the new NoSQLBench open source benchmarking tool for Apache Cassandra. If you weren't testing your data models before, now you have no excuse.By DataStax
 
Welcome to our 3nd episode. This is the second part of a two part series where we walk through a stateful distributed system. Join us as we take apart the famous Apache Kafka so as to look under the hood and understand more of the amazing engineering and computer science that has gone into building it. In this part we’ll talk about Apache Zookeeper…
 
Welcome to our 2nd episode. This is the first part of a two part series where we walk through a stateful distributed system. Join us as we take apart the famous Apache Kafka so as to look under the hood and understand more of the amazing engineering and computer science that has gone into building it. We’ll touch upon consensus algorithms, guarante…
 
As infrastructure engineers, we have plenty to do. Even with all the cool DevOps tooling out there helping us do more with less, we still have situations that demand our attention. Raghavendra Prabhu and Yelp has been working on this problem with their Kubernetes enabled tool, PaaSTA. Yelp is able to assemble stacks quickly to give developers the f…
 
"The mission of the Python Software Foundation is to promote, protect, and advance the Python programming language, and to support and facilitate the growth of a diverse and international community of Python programmers." That's a lot of responsibility, and to that end, the PSF Board Directors help out quite a bit. If you want to be a part of the b…
 
Chris Bradford is a product manager at DataStax who's focus is on Kubernetes (K8s) and how users can utilize Cassandra in this fast moving project. He gives us some deep insights into how we got here and some important details on being successful when deploying Cassandra in your Kubernetes environment. We finish with some predictions on where the n…
 
Java 14 is out! And with it, we now have a preview of Java Records! We go over this newfangled feature... and get this... we finally did it! We actually recorded our first Video Podcast (Woohoo!). A great episode Number as well (episode 90) to start the road to Video (I know, I know, very 2005 of us), but now you can not only listen to our voices, …
 
Technical debt has to be dealt with on a regular basis to have a healthy product and development team. The impacts of technical debt include emotional drain on engineers and slowing down development and can adversely affect your hiring ability and retention. But really, what is technical debt? Can we measure it? How do we reduce it, and when? James…
 
Alan Gibson has been working with the rest of the team at Sky UK to join the awesome forces of Apache Cassandra and Kubernetes. Sky took a methodical engineering approach to understanding the problem and how to make Cassandra truly cloud native. From CI/CD and test to running production across multiple clouds, you will find his insights invaluable …
 
"Code is read much more often than it is written." - Guido van Rossum This is true for both production code and test code. When you are trying to understand why a test is failing, you'll be very grateful to the test author if they've taken the care to make it readable. David Seddon came up with 6 principles to help us write more readable tests. We …
 
In both unittest and pytest, when a test function hits a failing assert, the test stops and is marked as a failed test. What if you want to keep going, and check more things? There are a few ways. One of them is subtests. Python's unittest introduced subtests in Python 3.4. pytest introduced support for subtests with changes in pytest 4.4 and a plu…
 
Kathryn Erickson joins the show to double-click on a few of the exciting possibilities she's tracking with the potential for continued improvement in Cassandra performance. Hardware options on the horizon include persistent memory, FPGAs and networked storage). At the operating system level, she's tracking asynchronous IO support in Linux via the i…
 
Django supports testing out of the box with some cool extensions to unittest. However, many people are using pytest for their Django testing, mostly using the pytest-django plugin. Adam Parkin, who is known online as CodependentCodr, joins us to talk about migrating an existing Django project from unittest to pytest. Adam tells us just how easy thi…
 
In this day of stay at home orders and social distancing the advocate team at DataStax had to rethink how to provide quality workshops while completely online. We share the inside story of how we scaled the registration process, the tools we use to deliver the workshops, and some surprising benefits of going fully remote.…
 
Show DetailsJon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus and Rich Staats of Secret Stache conclude their series on the birth of NoSQL and DynamoDB. They compare the NoSQL database, Leviathan, created by Chris’s startup in the late 1990s to today’s DynamoDB. A lot of things haven’t changed, even though technology has evolved. It’s cyclical. There are…
 
Financial services have their own unique testing development challenges. But they also have lots of the same challenges as many other software projects. Eric Bergemann joins Brian Okken to discuss: Specific testing challenges in the financial services domain CI/CD : Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment TDD : Test Driven Development Confide…
 
You heard it going around, everybody is talking about Kubernetes, and Minikube, when using Docker, and CLI. It's like a foreign language! While we know Java very well, with the advent of Devops, we are supposed to be Deployers, and Scalability Experts. Well, once you start going down this episode you'll become the DevOps Hero your company was waiti…
 
Apache Spark is a unified analytics engine for large-scale data processing. PySpark blends the powerful Spark big data processing engine with the Python programming language to provide a data analysis platform that can scale up for nearly any task. Johnathan Rioux, author of "PySpark in Action", joins the show and gives us a great introduction of S…
 
Show Details What’s under the hood of Amazon’s DynamoDB? Jon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus continue their discussion on DynamoDB, specifically about it’s architecture and components. They utilize a presentation from re:Invent titled, Amazon DynamoDB Under the Hood: How we built a hyper-scale database. Some of the highlights of the show in…
 
Show Details Jon Christensen and Chris Hickman of Kelsus and Rich Staats of Secret Stache continue their discussion on the birth of NoSQL and DynamoDB. They examine DynamoDB’s architecture and popularity as a solution for Internet-scale databases. Some of the highlights of the show include: Challenges, evolution, and reasons associated with Interne…
 
In Part 2, we're continuing our discussion with Mike Loukides of O'Reilly Media from last week's episode, we dive into data privacy and how when we know we've crossed the line of violating the anonymity of people's social and physical fingerprints. We also discuss how interoperability and APIs are essential for securing data pipelines from the user…
 
Hypothesis is the Python tool used for property based testing. Hypothesis claims to combine "human understanding of your problem domain with machine intelligence to improve the quality of your testing process while spending less time writing tests." In this episode Alexander Hultnér introduces us to property based testing in Python with Hypothesis.…
 
Show Details Jon Christensen and Rich Staats learn about Chris Hickman’s first venture-backed startup (circa 1998) and its goal to build a database for Internet-scale applications. His story highlights what software is all about – history repeating itself because technology/software is meant to solve problems via new tools, techniques, and bigger c…
 
One of the hardest areas in getting AI projects into production is operationalizing data. In this episode, Mike Loukides of O'Reilly Media joins Dr. Denise Gosnell and Jeff Carpenter to discuss how data provenance impacts our ability to get the most out of our data, using COVID-19 as an example.By DataStax
 
IDEs can help people with automated testing. In this episode, Paul Everitt and Brian discuss ways IDEs can encourage testing and make it easier for everyone, including beginners. We discuss features that exist and are great, as well as what is missing. The conversation also includes topics around being welcoming to new contributors for both open so…
 
Chris Hickman and Jon Christensen of Kelsus and Rich Staats from Secret Stache offer a history lesson on the unique challenges of data at “Internet scale” that gave birth to NoSQL and DynamoDB. How did AWS get to where it is with DynamoDB? And, what is AWS doing now? Some of the highlights of the show include: Werner’s Worst day at Amazon: Database…
 
Original Show Notes: At the recent Gluecon event, a popular topic centered around how to prevent Cloud Lock-in. Chris Hickman and Jon Christensen of Kelsus and Rich Staats from Secret Stache discuss why you your time is better spent focusing on one cloud provider. If/when Cloud Lock-in becomes an issue, you will have the resources to deal with it. …
 
The Test Anything Protocol, or TAP, is a way to record test results in a language agnostic way, predates XML by about 10 years, and is still alive and kicking. Matt Layman has contributed to Python in many ways, including his educational newsletter, and his Django podcast, Django Riffs. Matt is also the maintainer of tap.py and pytest-tap, two tool…
 
Continuing the conversation from last week's episode, DataStax Chief Strategy Officer Sam Ramji shares how open source projects can increase the pace of innovation through multiple speed lanes, the moral imperative of using AI to automate database operations, and why the 2020s will be the decade of scale-out data.…
 
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