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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
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Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.
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Your source for diverse discussions from around the Go community. This show records LIVE every Tuesday at 3pm US Eastern. Join the Golang community and chat with us during the show in the #gotimefm channel of Gophers slack. Panelists include Mat Ryer, Jon Calhoun, Natalie Pistunovich, Johnny Boursiquot, Angelica Hill, Kris Brandow, and Ian Lopshire. We discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker… oh and also Go! Some people search for GoTime or GoTime ...
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Learn how to get the best performance and scale your PostgreSQL database with our weekly shows. Receive the best content curated from around the web. We have a special focus on content for developers since your architecture and usage is the key to getting the most performance out of PostgreSQL.
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Join the Packet Pushers for weekly (or more!) conversations about data networking. Continuous professional development. Architecture and design, software defined, cloud, routing, switching, security, wireless, campus, enterprise, and more. Technical discussions with vendors about their products, deep dialog with real people who make networks work.
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The Future is Built! Learn more at: https://thecontechcrew.com/ Welcome to The ConTechCrew, hosted by Jeff Sample! Here, we discuss innovation and all things construction tech, including hardware, software, devices, apps, and the strategies for applying them to construction projects. Tune in each week to get your latest construction tech news update. Follow us on social media and join the conversation: @TheConTechCrew
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The Packet Pushers Podcast Network offers continuous professional development for IT professionals. Keep up with networking, security, cloud, career, and more. We bring the IT community together--engineers, architects, vendors, developers, educators, etc. In this feed, listen to every conversation we record!
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Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joe Zack

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Pragmatic talk about software design best practices: design patterns, software architecture, coding for performance, object oriented programming, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a whole lot more. You'll be exposed to broad areas of information as well as deep dives into the guts of a programming language. Most topics discussed are relevant in any number of Object Oriented programming languages such as C#, Java, Ruby, PHP, etc.. All three of us are full stack web and data ...
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Welcome to a Photographer’s Life! The channel that takes you behind the curtain into the world of professional architecture, real estate and aerial photography. Broadcasts come from group Zoom meetings and personal interviews with our elite AIAP™, REPAI™ & ADPA™ photographers. AIAP director Alan Blakely leads the discussions. Learn from America’s top architecture photographers as they discuss topics such as: • The architecture, real estate & aerial photography business • What constitutes cre ...
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Welcome to Modern Digital Business—a podcast for corporate technology decision makers and executives looking to create or extend their digital business with the help of modern applications, processes, software architecture, and organizational modernization. Your host for Modern Digital Business is a recognized industry thought leader and author, Lee Atchison. Lee specializes in application modernization, cloud-native applications, architecture, and modern organizations. To learn more, visit ...
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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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Lancer Kind 康美国

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In the time it takes to receive a Starbucks coffee, Lancer Kind covers how to use Agile software development techniques to consistently release software with zero defects, and how to guide teams and organizations through changes necessary to do Continuous Delivery. 康美国帮助您将软件开发技能或开发人员的管理技巧提升到新的高度,并提供一些有见地见解的建议。
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Interviews with leading software architects and developers. Listen to get deep insights on modern software architecture and development approaches while facing sociotechnical challenges. If you are a technology executive, senior architect, or software engineer you will gain a fresh perspective on increasing success and innovation in software design and implementation. More about Vaughn Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Tabs AND Spaces is a podcast put together by three developers with over 40 years of collective experience in software development. We're here to tell you what we really think about the difficult problems that face software developers throughout their career and we promise that we won't always agree! Every month we meet new people who come on the show to share their experiences and make jokes at our expense, so what's not to like?
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Lane Wagner, the founder of Boot.dev, interviews successful back-end developers and engineers to dig into what has made them successful. Learn about backend development in Python, Go, JavaScript, SQL and other technologies, all in one place. If your goal is a job as a back-end developer, tune in to hear the best advice that the internet has to offer.
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WBSRocks podcast features in-depth conversations on ERP, digital transformation, supply chain, eCommerce, enterprise software, and industry 4.0. The purpose of the show is to help CFOs, COOs, CEOs, and business owners with their daily commercial, operational, or financial challenges by taking a deep dive into business cases and processes, technology strategy and architecture, transformation initiatives, and business models. The show also offers an independent analysis of technology trends, v ...
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The podcast for Security Architecture Hosted by Moshe Ferber and Ariel Munafo. The world of software development has changed rapidly in the last years due to various factors – Cloud Computing, Digital Transformation, CI/CD & DevOps – they all changed the way we build new applications. Young startups today got access to enterprise-grade infrastructure enabling them to produce scalable, robust applications faster and cheaper. But as companies innovate faster, security challenges arise. The sec ...
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Grzegorz Godlewski, Marek Urbanowicz and Artur Wolny

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The IT podcast where Grzegorz Godlewski, Artur Wolny and Marek Urbanowicz, together with their guests, talk about topics related to the world of IT. We are looking for ways of doing things right and having fun with in doing so. Software, architecture, soft skills, teamwork (and other, crazy, buzzwords).
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Data Driven: the podcast where we explore the emerging field of Data Science. We bring the best minds in Data, Software Engineering, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence right to you every Tuesday. The field of data science mashes up the worlds of statistics, database architecture and software engineering. Data Scientist has been labelled by the Harvard Business Review, as "the sexiest job of the 21st century." A quick search of job search sites reveal that this field is in high dem ...
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Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
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One of the questions we’re asked most frequently is, “what is the best project management software for architects?” Today Rion Willard and Enoch Sears discuss the answer to this important question. And the answer isn’t what you might think. ► Feedback? Email us at podcast@businessofarchitecture.com ► Access your free training at http://SmartPractic…
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In this episode: 👁️ Worldcoin, OpenAI, and eye scanning: A global ID and currency? ⚡ Grid Threat: Russia-linked malware targets power grids 🧠 Neuralink gets FDA approval for clinical trials 🤖 Bing integrated into ChatGPT for enhanced AI chatbot experience 🚗 Tesla Model Y becomes world's best-selling car 🌈 LGBTQ searches soar 1,300% since 2004 Becom…
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Ryan Burgess and Jem Young are at RenderATL 2023 conference in Atlanta. While at the conference, they recorded a podcast episode to recap day one and day two of the conference. In this episode, they are joined by Taylor Desseyn to help provide insights into day two.Guests:Taylor Desseyn - @tdesseynPanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanJem Young - @…
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A candid discussion of artistic vision with an elite group of AIAP architectural photographers. Hear these professionals discuss how they approach each new project and their unique methods for creating exceptional photographs in every situation. Learn how the best architectural photographers actually "see" their subjects and their tools for creatin…
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Gerhard is back! Today we continue our Kaizen tradition by getting together (for the 10th time) with one of our oldest friends to talk all about the continuous improvements we’re making to Changelog’s platform and podcasts. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear. Join today! Spon…
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If you’ve shied away from network automation because you’re a network engineer not a coder, fear not. There are network automation approaches that can help you get needful work done and don’t require a computer science degree. On today's Heavy Networking we talk with sponsor BackBox about its practical approach to network automation and dive into u…
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If you’ve shied away from network automation because you’re a network engineer not a coder, fear not. There are network automation approaches that can help you get needful work done and don’t require a computer science degree. On today's Heavy Networking we talk with sponsor BackBox about its practical approach to network automation and dive into u…
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If you’ve shied away from network automation because you’re a network engineer not a coder, fear not. There are network automation approaches that can help you get needful work done and don’t require a computer science degree. On today's Heavy Networking we talk with sponsor BackBox about its practical approach to network automation and dive into u…
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Permit.io - Never Build Permissions Again Opal - open-source project: Open Policy Administration Layer Or Weis @orweis Or's talk about onboarding and complexity - https://youtu.be/1_Iz0tRQCH4 Permit elements - ready-made UI components for user management and access control Foaz - front-end only authorization…
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This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted. gotopia.tech Read the full transcription of this interview here Tim Berglund - VP DevRel at StarTree & Author of "Gradle Beyond the Basics" Adi Polak - VP of Developer Experience at Treeverse & Contributing to lakeFS OSS RESOURCES Tim timberglund.com twitter.com/tlberglund linkedin.com/in/tlberglund …
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Ryan Burgess and Jem Young are at RenderATL 2023 conference in Atlanta doing a panel discussion on stage. While at the conference, they recorded a podcast episode to recap day 1 of the conference.Panelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanJem Young - @JemYoungEpisode transcript: https://www.frontendhappyhour.com/episodes/renderatl-day-1-recap…
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In today's Kubernetes Unpacked podcast, Michael and Kristina chat about KubeCon EU, which took place in April 2023 in Amsterdam. They explore the latest and greatest technologies that are coming, the value of in-person gatherings, and why conference codes of conduct matter. They also share their top 3 KubeCon takeaways. The post Kubernetes Unpacked…
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In this episode, Ed and Tom interview Scott on the topic of IPv6 security and firewalls. This is one of Scott's many areas of expertise as he is the co-author of IPv6 Security from Cisco Press. They discuss firewalls strategies, design and operational considerations, pros and cons of a dual-stack approach, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 127: IPv6 Sec…
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In this episode, Ed and Tom interview Scott on the topic of IPv6 security and firewalls. This is one of Scott's many areas of expertise as he is the co-author of IPv6 Security from Cisco Press. They discuss firewalls strategies, design and operational considerations, pros and cons of a dual-stack approach, and more. The post IPv6 Buzz 127: IPv6 Sec…
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When it comes to machine learning, there is no free lunch! While at Techorama in Antwerp, Carl and Richard talked to Dr. Jodie Burchell about her experiences working with machine learning models, including the large language models that drive tools like ChatGPT. Jodie starts with a great explanation of how these machine learning models are built - …
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When it comes to machine learning, there is no free lunch! While at Techorama in Antwerp, Carl and Richard talked to Dr. Jodie Burchell about her experiences working with machine learning models, including the large language models that drive tools like ChatGPT. Jodie starts with a great explanation of how these machine learning models are built - …
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Ashley Peacock, author of the book Creating Software with Modern Diagramming Techniques, speaks with SE Radio host Akshay Manchale about diagrams in software engineering. They discuss the power of diagramming and some reasons we don’t fully use it as often as we should. Ashley contrasts historical use of UML diagrams versus modern diagrams, which d…
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This week on The Changelog we’re continuing our Maintainer Month series by taking to you back to the hallway track of The Linux Foundation’s Open Source Summit North America 2023 in Vancouver, Canada. Today’s anthology episode features: Stormy Peters (VP of Communities at GitHub), Dr. Dawn Foster (Director of Open Source Community Strategy at VMwar…
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Return guests Ben Johnson & Chris James join Mat & Kris to talk about the files and folders of your Go projects, big and small. Does the holy grail exist, of the perfect structure to rule them all? Or are we doomed to be figuring this out for the rest of our lives? Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 3 minutes on this episode because they m…
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On today's Day Two Cloud we dive into Decentralized Identity, or DID. This W3C standard is a unique identifier, authenticated by cryptographic proofs, that individuals and organizations can generate themselves using systems they trust. A DID can be a person, an object, an organization, a data model, or other subject. We explore DIDs, how they work,…
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On today's Day Two Cloud we dive into Decentralized Identity, or DID. This W3C standard is a unique identifier, authenticated by cryptographic proofs, that individuals and organizations can generate themselves using systems they trust. A DID can be a person, an object, an organization, a data model, or other subject. We explore DIDs, how they work,…
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The KPIs for operations managers would differ based on their responsibilities, the size of the org, and the industry. The role of ops management could be as diverse as managing tactical roles such as logistics to strategic roles such as procurement. Weak operations management leads to weak sales and operations planning, which might, in turn, lead t…
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Buy Profit Streams on Amazon Joel is Learn more about the book at http://Profit-Streams.com You’ll also be interested in the series below: Dynamic Value Streams: https://agilenoir.biz/en/agilethoughts/dynamic-value-stream-mapping/ You can get a downloadable copy of this canvas by becoming a contact here: https://profit-streams.com/profit-stream-can…
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On today's Heavy Wireless, Keith Parsons talks with guest is Mark Houtz about designing Eduroam for the future, including the 6Ghz band. Mark explains the challenges of filtering Internet access for K-12 students when they travel outside of their local high school and the technical requirements of Eduroam, specifically the use of WPA3 Enterprise on…
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This week we discuss a new offering from DriveNets that aims to make Ethernet more suitable as a network fabric for AI workloads, why the EU slapped Meta with a $1.3 billion fine, and a new offering from Extreme Networks that lets you manage Extreme gear in the cloud or from on-prem, China banning Micron, and more IT news. The post Network Break 43…
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This week we discuss a new offering from DriveNets that aims to make Ethernet more suitable as a network fabric for AI workloads, why the EU slapped Meta with a $1.3 billion fine, and a new offering from Extreme Networks that lets you manage Extreme gear in the cloud or from on-prem, China banning Micron, and more IT news. The post Network Break 43…
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Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we pull back the covers on SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge. Fortinet is our sponsor. One important concept to grasp around SASE is that it’s as much an architecture as it is a product. It requires planning and foresight to put the pieces together and operate them. We talk with Fortinet about the elements of its S…
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Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we pull back the covers on SASE, or Secure Access Service Edge. Fortinet is our sponsor. One important concept to grasp around SASE is that it’s as much an architecture as it is a product. It requires planning and foresight to put the pieces together and operate them. We talk with Fortinet about the elements of its S…
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The Gorilla team is building an API store for LLMs, DeviceScript is Microsoft’s new TypeScript programming environment for microcontrollers, Nyxt is a hackable browser written in Lisp, Morgan Housel writes about expectations debt & I issue a gentle reminder to my fellow software engineers: there’s still no silver bullet. Leave us a comment Changelo…
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All links and images for this episode can be found on CISO Series. When cybersecurity needs to cut budget, first move is to look where you have redundancy. That way you're not actually reducing the security effort. But after that, the CFO needs to know what are the most important areas of the business to protect. Where will they be willing to take …
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🏗️ Learn more at http://thecontechcrew.com In today's episode, we sit down with Nic Yaros of Appian to talk about how low-code development can massively impact the business and IT world. Nic grew up to be a handyman, just like his grandpa and dad, and he does a lot of woodwork and electrical plumbing. But the nerd in him made him start his technica…
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While most people might want to put ERP into generic categories such as make-to-order vs. make-to-stock, you need a much deeper analysis to identify the right software packages. Even inside the engineer and make-to-order verticals, there could be nuances such as program management and contract compliance for the automotive verticals. Also, the comp…
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Guest: Sam Sehgal, Co-Chair for the CSA DevSecOps working group and program Lead - DevSecOps Strategy and Architecture, Dell Language: English Abstract DevSecOps, the integration of security practices into the DevOps methodology, has become a prominent topic in the field of information security in recent years. This approach emphasizes the collabor…
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Early video game consoles (1977-1994) had primitive hardware, no operating systems, and software that was distributed on ROM chips embedded in plastic cartridges. Yet, some of the most iconic gaming software of all time was developed on these systems. What programming language did they use? How did they work without a graphics library and operating…
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Anyone who has tried knows that running an architecture firm is not for the faint of heart. That's why it is our pleasure to bring to you this interview with Nashville-based architect and SMART Practice firm owner Remick Moore. Over the past six years, Remick Moore has grown his firm to a team of 10 people, with a focus on entertainment and restaur…
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In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: During our next team meeting I jokingly gave a status report on the state of my desk and referenced the note. I believe this was the first time someone had publicly acknowledged the note writer, and it invoked a very passionate response from my teammates expressing their own annoyances with …
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Adam & Dax discuss dogs, Sam Altman's congressional hearing (that neither of them watched), the current state of the venture capital markets, and more. (00:00) - Ruff start (00:33) - Is Adam a dog person? (01:55) - Adam's dog story (04:43) - Dax's dog story (07:11) - Sam Altman's congressional hearing (09:14) - Why Y Combinator? (11:59) - Is VC dry…
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Lane chats with Adam Elmore, cofounder of StatMuse about how he builds scalable B2C backend infrastructure on AWS. They discuss the pros and cons of some of the new serverless stuff Adam works with, and how that plays into legacy code bases. Learn backend development - https://boot.dev Podcast Homepage: https://backendbanter.fm Adam's links: https:…
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There will always be confusion about the role of MES vs. ERP because of so many different feature sets that are common in both systems. The role of MES is limited to the shop floor, while the ERP is responsible for the enterprise workflows. Also, the MES systems come in many different shapes and sizes, some with very deep capabilities for a specifi…
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To get the show notes as well as get notified of new episodes, visit: https://www.scalingpostgres.com/episodes/267-postgres-16-beta-1-rust-functions-partitioning-memory-problems-tags-arrays/ In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss the release of PostgreSQL 16 Beta 1, creating Rust functions with PL/Rust, memory problems related to partition…
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What does shift left mean in terms of technology, processes and agile? With Csaba Bereczki, Gino Marckx and Zarar Siddiqi. Follow the podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/continuouspod Join our LinkedIn group: #continuousdelivery #podcast #agile Follow the podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/continuouspod Join our LinkedIn group: https://www.l…
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How do micro-interactions impact the user experience? In this episode, we are joined by Evan Purkhiser from Sentry to talk with us about micro-interactions.Guests:Evan Purkhiser - @evanpurkhiserPanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanJem Young - @JemYoungStacy London - @stacylondonerPicks:Evan Purkhiser - Set Studio newsletterEvan Purkhiser - FramerE…
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Modern F1 racing is bathed in data. Real-time vehicle telemetry. In-car video feeds. More video from camera crews and drones. Live streaming. All of this and more needs a network. On today's Heavy Networking we speak with Formula 1's David Ramsden, Senior Network Engineer; and Lee Wright, Head of IT Operations, to get the inside track on building t…
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