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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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Legacy Code Rocks

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Legacy Code Rocks

Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford

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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
Real answers to questions about work and life in software development. Are you just starting your first software development job? Or working towards that next step in your career? Just wondering if software engineering is for you, and how to get into the industry? Or managing developers, and wondering how? Send in your question to askanengineeringmanager@gmail.com, and we will tell you what we wish we had known in your place.
 
The MongoDB Podcast features guest interviews including developers, startups, and founders with MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate Michael Lynn. Learn about new and emerging technology, how to use the various MongoDB products and best practices, how organizations are using MongoDB, and what lead them to choose MongoDB over other databases.
 
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Everyday Robots

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Everyday Robots

Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen

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Everyday Robots is a weekly tech news podcast focused on what’s happening in the Apple world. Also featuring interviews from prominent people in the Apple community. Hosted by friends Jonathan Ruiz and Mark Fransen two self taught iOS developers.
 
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by th ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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John Fahl is a freelance DevOps and Security Consultant. He's worked with numerous customers to help them transform, and adopt a DevOps mindset in their software development and deployment practices. On today's show Michael and John explore DevOps for a better definition, and talk about some of the tools, processes and benefits of implementing a mo…
 
As cloud providers enable greater levels of specificity and control, they empower compliance-driven enterprise companies. This level of parameterization is downright inhospitable to a new software engineer and can be a cognitive barrier to entry for a senior professional with a great idea but limited time. Developers want to focus on their code, al…
 
Michael Epstein of PostPilot talks about building their MVP, gaining first customesr, and navigating their zero-30,000 MRR journey. Get more insights from the podcast. We live in a digital overload world, where cost-per-click (CPC) is fast overtaking email and email engagement. Today, customers are looking forward to getting real and tangible inter…
 
We’re Live. Mani is currently finding the best way possible to sell one of his newest products, he decided to get an out perspective. As it turns out, it was the best thing that he could do, many new ideas came to him just by introducing this outside perspective. Great discussion with the guys based on these new ideas, this is just another way to l…
 
In today’s episode of The Rabbit Hole, we pose the question: what do you listen to when you are programming? Co-hosts, Micheal Nunez and Sophie Creutz, and returning guest, Raymond Lam, discuss their favorite tunes for different situations; from smooth jazz for solo coding and ambient noise for focusing on the problem at hand to soundtracks for rea…
 
Writing your application’s code is only half the battle. Getting it to run on your machine is a milestone, but it’s far from your code running in a production environment. There are an increasing set of options application designers have for helping to manage deployment, environments, and CI/CD. Encore is a backend engine for the Go language. One o…
 
Swyx is Head of Developer Experience at Temporal.io. He's written a book entitled Learn in Public - The Coding Career Handbook. The book is a great resource for developers of all experience levels. Buy the Book: https://learninpublic.org Use the Coupon Code MongoDB30 for a discount. Find Swyx on Twitter: https://twitter.com/swyx Read more about Tem…
 
In the spirit of Christmas, the ghosts of development career past, present and future visit the Tabs and Spaces lads live at DDD Eastmidlands. In this episode, we explore what we would have been if we couldn't have been a developer? Did we very nearly not become developers? And do we think that we'll always be a developer? This podcast is not instr…
 
Microservice architecture has become a ubiquitous design choice. Application developers typically have neither the training nor the interest in implementing low-level security features into their software. For this and many other reasons, the notion of a service mesh has been introduced to provide a framework for service-to-service communication. T…
 
Many software projects run the risk of evolving over time to a complex state that is inhospitable for new contributors to join. This is a dangerous place for a company to be. Either software needs to remain more accessible, or faster paths must be created to help them get on board. Today’s interview is with Kartik Agaram. We explore some of these t…
 
Climate modeling is increasingly important as supply chains, emergency management, and dozens of other efforts need to make predictions about future conditions and how they will impact business. Analyzing climate data requires geospatial systems, and those systems need a full-stack geospatial technology solution. Gopal Erinjippurath serves as CTO a…
 
Aran Khanna, the cofounder of Archera talks about inventing his MVP, growing it from zero to 30,000 MRR, and the problem they solve for customers. Listen and learn. Archera leverages machine learning to enable companies automate and eliminate risks on their cloud strategies. The company focuses on giving business leaders and developers sufficient c…
 
Once a machine learning model is trained and validated, it often feels like a major milestone has been achieved. In reality, it’s more like the first lap in a relay race. Deploying ML to production bears many similarities to a typical software release process, but brings several novel challenges like failing to generalize as expected or model drift…
 
We’re Live. John is pretty happy at the moment because one of his strategies had an amazing list of emails and subscribers to one of his programs. The funny thing is that it really was a small one and the reward was big. Sometimes the most powerful message can be the shortest one, and in fact, will reach more people than expected given its simplici…
 
Working longer hours does not result in greater or higher quality output. Rather, it is often how we spend our time outside of working hours that plays the biggest role in our performance from nine to five. These ideas are well captured in the principle of ‘energized work’ found in James Shore’s The Art of Agile. Today on the show we dive into the …
 
Internships can be an incredibly valuable resource to new professionals and are often the first professional work experience for many participants. It's often the case that internship programs are suboptimal. Employers don’t always provide a clear path to success for the intern. Interns in turn don’t always have a resource to reach out for help or …
 
The power of software is enormous, but the code can only be as good as the humans who write it. Despite popular belief, "being good" has nothing to do with character predisposition. It is a product of an intentional effort to nurture care and compassion. Today we talk with Liz Acosta, a software engineer and a developer advocate at Stacklet. Liz's …
 
The MongoDB Data API lets you read and modify data in MongoDB Atlas over HTTP. You don't need any additional MongoDB drivers, libraries, or connection strings; just a standard HTTP client and a valid API key. The Data API's endpoints expose actions that are similar to the standard query methods available in MongoDB drivers. You can call them to cre…
 
Cosmin Costin of Coaches Console talks about managing the project with limited experience and propelling the company to a 7 figure ARR SaaS firm. Get all the details from the podcast. Coaches Console is an application that enables coaches to establish their coaching businesses. It also helps them manage their clients and business. When he ventured …
 
When creating a website, there’s no shortage of choices for how to do it. Builders must make strategic decisions about the language or framework they want to adopt. An important first consideration for many is selecting a web application framework like React or Vue. Motivated by a low page response time and good user experience, many developers wan…
 
With Black Friday upon us, let's take this opportunity to focus on solutions in the retail and E-Commerce space. Loan Laux is a freelance developer, and the founder of out:grow, an E-Commerce Agency specializing in helping retailers grow, and migrate to more efficient technology solutions. Loan shares the story of his journey as a developer, as a f…
 
Application observability is a fairly mature area. Engineering teams have a wide selection of tools they can choose to adopt and a significant amount of thought leadership and philosophy already exists giving guidance for managing your application. That application is going to persist data. As you scale up, your system is invariably going to experi…
 
We’re Live. John Starts off with the situation that he’s handling for the project manager spot, long story short is not working out. There is a series of skills that a person needs to have in order to fulfill this job at the level that John requires. Mani Agrees, these strengths that make you excel in these situations cant be taught, especially thi…
 
Star Trek fans will know that the Prime Directive is the unbreakable mission statement of the Starfleet. It's a guiding principle, deciding the course and tone for whatever the team encounters. As you’ll learn in today’s episode of The Rabbit Hole, however, the prime directive is an important concept for software developers too! Michael Nunez, Dave…
 
Consumers are increasingly becoming aware of how detrimental it can be when companies mismanage data. This demand has fueled regulations, defined standards, and applied pressure to companies. Modern enterprises need to consider corporate risk management and regulatory compliance. In this interview, I speak with Terry O’Daniels, Director of Engineer…
 
MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this episode, Karen Hualme joins the growing ranks of …
 
Thanks to the amazing books, blogs, videos, quickstarts, frameworks, and other software-related resources, getting started as a software engineer is easier than ever. Although you can get started in a day, it can take years to become a master of the craft and most practitioners describe it as a profession of lifelong learning. Titus Winters is a Se…
 
MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this episode we chat with Richard Collins, CMO and DJ …
 
With a few impressive exceptions, software is rarely written by one person. It takes a team and as that team outgrows a single shared office, coordination and communication become emergent problems. There are lots of lessons to be learned from companies that have already found approaches that scale. In this episode, I interview Tramale Turner, Head…
 
Cademy is a hyper-local educator marketplace that enables content and course creators to more easily administer and market their courses. Reducing the time and effort spent on admin so they can focus on what truly matters - teaching and making your students happy! Harry Swan is the CTO, and Co-founder of Cademy. He stopped by the podcast booth at M…
 
Neural networks, in particular, deep neural networks have revolutionized machine learning. Researchers and companies have pushed on the efficiency of every aspect of the machine learning lifecycle. The impact of the trained models is particularly significant for computer vision and in turn for autonomous driving and security systems. In this episod…
 
MongoDB .Local is a great conference concept featuring uniquely hybrid offerings including education, keynotes and product updates, and entertainment curated for those joining live in person, live from home, or on-demand. The latest .Local was held on November 9th, 2021 at Evolution, London. In this, the first in a series episodes recorded live at …
 
We’re Live. Long time since the guys had a chat to talk about their business and one of the first topics that John brings to the table is the need to delegate certain tasks that are put simply, It takes too much time to do although is easy stuff but they are annoying in a matter of speaking. This type of task has to be delegated to focus on the mos…
 
In some respects, we have moved on from the trend to overload web pages with too many features, but it is still worth emphasizing why performance should be at the top of your list of priorities. Today we talk about progressive performance and some interesting ways to approach and think about creating the most user-friendly websites possible. To do …
 
Modern businesses run on the cloud and increasingly so they run on multi-cloud infrastructure. As any growing company can tell you, cloud costs can easily run far out of control. Today’s enterprises are trying to deliver new products and services at a fast pace. That needs to be done in a cost-effective, ideally cloud-agnostic way. In this intervie…
 
JD Graffam, digital agency owner, tells Geordie what he considers before choosing businesses to buy and the direction he hopes to follow in the future. Listen to the podcast for more insights. Purchasing three SaaS products within a year and running them successfully can be a difficult task. How has JD Graffam navigated challenges and risks to emer…
 
Building useful software requires more than just knowing how to write code. It demands curiosity to understand the problem which the software is supposed to resolve. It also requires the willingness to understand the people - not only those who will use it but also those who are building this software with you! Today we talk with Dawn Ahukanna, the…
 
To many people’s surprise tech sales is not much of an art. It’s actually a regimented science where reps have clear step-by-step processes to bring in new business. Each stage takes the customer closer to the end of the deal and consists of learning more about the customer’s needs. A CRM is a database reps use to track this customer journey allowi…
 
The banking industry uses technology that some modern software engineers may regard as out of date or old-fashioned. Entrepreneurs wanting to create products in the banking space historically faced a steep curve to build software that could integrate with established banking systems. Christopher Dean seeks to change that. He founded Treasury Prime,…
 
Next.JS is an open-source JavaScript framework built on top of React. It gives you some great convenience features and offers an opinionated approach to application development that can alleviate a lot of questions about how to accomplish common tasks. Ado Kukic from MongoDB's Developer Advocacy team joins Michael today to share his experience arou…
 
The internet is a layer cake of technologies and protocols. At a fundamental level, the internet runs on the TCP/IP protocol. It’s a packet based system. When your browser requests a file from a web server, that server chops up the file into tiny pieces known as packets and puts them on the network labeled with your machine’s address as its destina…
 
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