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Welcome to Building Reddit. In this podcast, host Ryan H. Lewis will take you behind the scenes into how Reddit is built. From some of the coolest projects like Reddit Recap and Collectible Avatars, to the daily work lives of Reddit's employees. You’ll hear from software engineers, product managers, data scientists, community managers, marketers, and more!
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Coding Blocks

Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joseph Zack

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The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
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IT in the D

Bob Waltenspiel & Randy Walker

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IT in the D is your insider look at the tech scene in Detroit. Started in 2007 as a meetup group in Metro Detroit for IT professionals, the IT in the D podcast was born in 2013 as an extension of those conversations. Host Bob Waltenspiel and co-host and producer Randy Walker are IT industry veterans, but IT in the D is intentionally more conversational and less instructional. Each weekly show has guests ranging from CIOs and local rock stars, to subject matter experts, local event organizers ...
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The DevOps Dojo

Johan Abildskov

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The DevOps Dojo is an educational podcast focused on DevOps and making the world of building software a little better. Each episode covers a principle, practice or common DevOps fable. Join the Dojo to expand your software development horizons!
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A one-stop podcast destination to know about Programming and how to excel in it! I will be sharing about Programming, Web development, freelancing and mainly my experience on it. Make sure to Subscribe to the podcast on Spotify/Google Podcasts or on any platform you're listening to. Lead by Tharun Shiv. Visit me at https://www.tharunshiv.com
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The O'Reilly Media Podcast spreads the knowledge of innovators. At O’Reilly, a big part of our business is paying attention to what’s new and interesting in the world of technology. The O'Reilly Media Podcast features interviews with the people working on the forefront of technology.
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The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is accelerating delivery of a capable exascale computing ecosystem to provide breakthrough solutions that will address America's most critical challenges in scientific discovery, energy assurance, economic competitiveness, and national security. Let’s Talk Exascale explores Application Development, Software Technology, and Hardware and Integration—focus areas of the ECP.
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The Soda Podcast

Soda Data | soda.io

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The Soda Podcast brings forward different voices and perspectives to help find a common ground to solve the problems that many are facing when it comes to good data. Explore our two series - 'In Conversation With' and 'Data Dream Team' - to listen to an outstanding collection of discussions, insights, and good chat focused on data, and the tools, technologies, methodologies, and people.
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The Pipeline: All Things CD & DevOps Podcast by The CD Foundation

Jacqueline Salinas, Director of Ecosystem & Community Development

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The Pipeline: All Things CD & DevOps is created and hosted by the CD Foundation's Director of Ecosystem & Community Development - Jacqueline Salinas. This is a series of interviews with industry experts, leaders, and innovators. The Pipeline will cover a range of topics that are centered around CD & DevOps. The CDF’s goal is to educate, entertain, provide tips and insights to make the community better software engineers. The intent is to supply up-to-date industry news and innovations, as we ...
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In this episode Bob and Randy invite Dan Salinas and Sarv Shah from Nobl9 to dive deep into the complexities of Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs). Discover the origins of SRE, the significance of SLOs in improving customer experience, and the impact of digital reliability on businesses today. From the challenges…
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Topics, Partitions, and APIs oh my! This episode we're getting further into how Apache Kafka works and its use cases. Also, Allen is staying dry, Joe goes for broke, and Michael (eventually) gets on the right page. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode236 News Thanks for the reviews! angingjellies …
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This episode, Bob and Randy welcome Bob Skinner, longtime Detroit IT veteran and the Managing Director of North America for EcoG. They discuss various aspects of the electric vehicle (EV) industry, including challenges with charging infrastructure, technological advancements, and the future of EVs. The conversation covers issues such as the role of…
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Reddit is a big place and the safety of our users is one of our highest priorities. Scaling that safety is a constant focus, and we’ve built and evolved many different tools to enable that, used by Reddit employees and by community moderators. In this episode, you’ll hear from Phil Aquilina, a Staff Engineer on the Community Safety team. His team r…
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Adam welcomes Steve Pereira and Andrew Davis to discuss their new book, Flow Engineering. They discuss the book's origin story and the use of cybernetics to drive effective action. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 Enter the FREE giveaway for a copy of "Modern Software Engineering" 🧭 Get the Small Batches Way guide to softwa…
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In perhaps a very fitting way to wrap up the Career Pathways Series, we talk to Ian Douglas about Developer Advocacy, a role that really demonstrates how software development skills can be applied in a variety of meaningful ways. Ian dives into how different this role can look from company to company, the travel, the conferences, the content, the g…
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We finally start talking about Apache Kafka! Also, Allen is getting acquainted with Aesop, Outlaw is killing clusters, and Joe is paying attention in drama class. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode235 News Atlanta Dev Con is coming up, on September 7th, 2024 (www.atldevcon.com) Intro to Apache K…
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Bailey and Jeannie sit down with Foster Taylor to talk all about his experience as a QA Engineer. We discuss the role QA plays in the Software Development Lifecycle and the nuanced techhical and non-technical skills he acquired and fine-tuned. Come for the QA, stay for laughs! If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend …
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Adam presents the mental model behind T1 and T2 signals, a necessary lexicon for understanding production operations. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 Enter the FREE giveaway for a copy of "Flow Engineering" 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #103 - Understanding Production Operations (Th…
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In this interview, Kate Tester really breaks down the role of Data Engineering into its component parts from pipeline building to stakeholder tooling. She dives deep into important concepts, tooling, and her day-to-day work. We loved talking with Kate and learning about her journey from Turing Backend Engineering student and SQL enthusiast to downs…
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https://www.codingblocks.net/episode234 Reviews iTunes: ivan.kuchin News Atlanta Dev Con September 7th, 2024 https://www.atldevcon.com/ Topics People trying to remove their answers from StackOverflow to not allow OpenAI to use their answers without permission/recognition? https://www.tomshardware.com/tech-industry/artificial-intelligence/stack-over…
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Brian Scheble is back to talk to Bob and Randy about about what’s going on with VMWare. Topics include transformative changes in VMware’s business strategy under Broadcom’s ownership, implications for small businesses and MSPs, alternatives like Nutanix and cloud solutions, and the broader data commodification impact.…
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In this episode with Leiya Kenney we have an amazing and honest conversation on her time as a Support Engineer. We talk about what her experience was and the ways support engineering can differ from company to company. And, let’s be honest, there can be a huge stigma tied to this role. Leiya breaks that down too. Tune in and learn all about this am…
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Adam answers a listener's request of advice on succeeding in high-level company or project environments with seven tips. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 Enter the FREE giveaway for a copy of "Flow Engineering" 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 📘 Buy "Goldratt's Rules of Flow" 📘 Buy "Playing to Win" (my …
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We loved chatting with Cristina Peña about her role as a UX Engineer. In this episode Cristina walks us through setting up component libraries, the specifics of what she learned at Turing that helped her, and what it’s like setting up a new UX Engineering team with a tenured teammate. If you are interested in design and front end engineering this i…
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Bailey Diveley and Jeannie Evans sit down with Rob Stringer to talk about Site Reliability Engineering and his unique path to get here. If you are someone who likes to learn how things work under the hood, you’re going to want to have a listen. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend a Turing Try Coding Event. You ca…
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Adam presents TDD as skill zero, the one that unlocks all the others. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 April 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #65: Systems Thinking ☕️ Dave Farley on Small Batches 📘 Tidy First? by Kent Beck Chapters (00:00) - Skill Zero: Test D…
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The NFL Draft 2024 is coming soon to Detroit, and with it, The Hispanic C-Suite Corporate Council (HC3) is hosting a NFL Draft Hispanic Celebration. Andre Arbelaez joins Bob and Randy to talk about this upcoming event as well as a give a refresher on the HC3.By Bob Waltenspiel & Randy Walker
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Come meet Nikki Holland-Plum and hear about her journey to Data Engineering. In this episode you will learn about the tools often used in this career and how you too can show tenacity by not taking no for an answer. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to attend a Turing Try Coding Event. You can register for a Try Coding c…
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Picture, if you will, a nondescript office space, where time seems to stand still as programmers gather around a water cooler. Here, in the twilight of the workday, they exchange eerie tales of programming glitches, security breaches, and asynchronous calls. Welcome to the Programming Zone, where reality blurs and (silent) keystrokes echo in the de…
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Leah Miller talks with hosts, Bailey Diveley and Jeannie Evans, about her career as a Technical Product Manager. She discusses in depth how a technical product manager plays an important role in scoping out work, processes unique to her role and how she was able to leverage her previous career to level up in her new one. Tune in to learn how Leah m…
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Adam presents a catch-all episode on ops reviews, visual management, call-to-actions, and SLOs. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 April 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence ☕️ Small Batches #104: Blue-Yellow-Black Visual Management ☕️ Small Batches #26: Service Level Objectives wit…
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Our conversation with December Garnet-Smith reveals what it takes to be a successful self-employed software engineer. December walks us through drafting contracts, solving problems, staying involved in a collaborative dev community and how to do all that and more on a team of one. If you or someone you know are code curious, we encourage you to att…
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If you’ve visited Reddit with a web browser in the past few months, then you likely landed on our new front-end experience, internally named Shreddit. This new implementation took years to finish and the effort of many engineers, but the end result is a faster and cleaner experience that is easier than ever to use. One of the engineers who works on…
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Astronomicon is back with their seventh installment! Astronomicon is a pop culture convention with something for fans of all ages. Bob and Randy talk to Astronomicon organizer Mikey about what makes the event unique, why it’s fun, and what guests will be in attendance this year. Plus, episodes like this alway devolve into fun stories of past encoun…
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Devin Beliveau walks hosts, Jeannie Evans and Bailey Diveley, through her career as a Technical Writer. She discusses her career journey and how she merged her writing and technical skillsets. Devin dives deep into her roles and responsibilities, team structure, and audience, and how that all can vary depending on the job. If you or someone you kno…
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Dave Mangot returns to discuss his new book "DevOps Patterns for Private Equity". Don't let the title fool you, this is best introduction to DevOps and many related software delivery topics. Buy this book for anyone in leadership. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 Enter the FREE March 2024 book giveaway 🧭 Get your FREE Guide…
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This week, Bob and Randy are joined by John Bingham, COO of Speak by Design. They discus John’s journey from high-stress CISO roles at major companies to consulting, shedding light on the skills necessary to succeed in the ever-evolving cyber security landscape. The conversation takes an intriguing turn towards sales principles, relationship buildi…
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In the first interview for the Career Pathways series, Bailey Diveley interviews Mike Wood on his experience as a Product Manager. They get into the details on what the role is like, unique challenges PMs face, and the tools and resources commonly used. Come for the questions, stay for the jira, software development lifecycle & decision-making skil…
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This time we are missing the "ocks", but we hope you enjoy this off...ice topic chat about personalizing our workspaces. Also, Joe had to put a quarter in the jar, and Outlaw needs a cookie. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode230 News Thank you for the review Szymon! Want to leave us a review? De…
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Join cohosts Jeannie & Bailey as we kickoff episode zero of the new Career Pathways series on the Hello Turing World podcast. In this series of shorts, we'll be chatting with Turing School alum & former staff whose resumes boast a variety of technical titles. From Data Engineer to UX Designer to Product Manager, we delve into the specifics of their…
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Adam presents visual management using simple blue, yellow, and black color grading. This is an essential episode. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🎁 March 2024 Giveaway instructions 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 📘 Learning to Lead, Leading to Learn (Katie's Book) ☕️ Small Batches #102: Chain of Learnin…
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In this episode, Bob and Randy hang out with special guest Brian “Schneebs” of Great Security Debate. First, Bob provides a review of Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom. Then, the topic shifts to data security with an emphasis on some of the security scams floating around like the pig butchering scam. Later, Brian gives advice on the types of scams and how …
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From whichever perspective you look at it, Reddit is always evolving and growing. Users post and comment about current events or whatever they’re into lately, and Reddit employees improve infrastructure, fix bugs, and deploy new features. Any one player in this ecosystem would probably have trouble seeing the complete picture. In this episode, you’…
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We are mixing it up on you again, no Outlaw this week, but we can offer you some talk of exotic databases. Also, Joe pronounces everything correctly and Allen leaves you with a riddle. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode229 News Thanks for the reviews! ivan.kuchin (has taken the lead!), Yoondoggy…
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Matt Van Italie of Sema is back (last visit). The conversation delves into the challenges and advantages of remote work, the need for strategic and operational innovation, the role of human input in AI, and the significance of clear and concise communication. We also talk about the balance between structured communication and the empowerment of wor…
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Adam presents a series of questions to understand production operations, plus a method to practice: MMIVM. That's Model-Measure-Instrument-Visualize-Monitor. Want more? 🚀 New listener? Start with the introduction. 🧭 Get your FREE Guide to software delivery excellence 🎁 Enter the February 2024 Book Giveaway! ☕️ Small Batches #90: As Measured By ☕️ S…
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