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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
How does one become a software developer? Life and career lessons to influence your software developer's journey. If you like what you hear, please leave us a review on the platform of your choice! Join the discussion on LinkedIn or Twitter @DevJourneyFM Support the podcast on Patreon. "Software Developer‘s Journey" is hosted and produced by me, Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, a crazy frenchman living in Germany who dedicated his life to helping others learn & grow. More about me at timbourguign ...
 
We deliver compelling information on technology very quickly by interviewing tech experts for a 360 degree view of each topic. Interviews are done in 5 minute "lightning rounds" so you can get the information -- and get on with your day. Topics include autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, cloud, 5G, robotics, mobile, privacy, IoT and more.
 
Founder Thunder Round is a new web series featuring 10 founders in each episode answering 1 question. Podcast interviews with experienced founders can be very enlightening for others building their own companies. But there are two problems: first, the episodes can last an hour long, and only contain 3 or 4 nuggets. When you’re starting a company, you don’t have that kind of time. Second, they only give one person’s experience, presented as the sole truth within that episode. You get no persp ...
 
Welcome to Building Remotely! In each podcast episode, Sondre Rasch, CEO and Co-founder of SafetyWing, interviews remote founders and thought leaders to discover innovative and thought-provoking ways to successfully build a remote company. Through the series, we will explore a range of topics and ideas that will help you build, scale-up and accelerate your remote company and team success. Get original insights, tips and tools that leaders of the world's most successful remote companies are u ...
 
The world is changing, the next several decades of work will look radically different than the last few. To survive and thrive, we must choose independence over excess, while developing skill sets that future-proof our careers. Join host Maren Kate as she chats with experts on topics like how to get hired in today’s economy, what it takes to start a side-hustle, and how remote work can help us spend less while enjoying life more. Unique guests, short and actionable format, plus a dose of hum ...
 
The Sudo Show covers topics ranging from Enterprise Open Source to Cloud Management, but we don't just talk about the technology. We discuss methodologies like DevOps and how to change your team and company cultures to build and grow your people! Need to get more done? Join us as we share our years of experience working from home including our tips and tricks for better productivity!
 
If you're interested in becoming a better engineering manager, this is the podcast for you. You'll gain both inspiration and tactical advice from hearing how the world's best engineering leaders navigated their toughest days. "Decisive Moments" is an engineering leadership & management podcast by Plato, a mentorship platform that connects managers to a community of experienced engineering leaders (visit us at platohq.com). Each episode is hosted by Plato Mentor and Forbes Technology Council ...
 
Latest news, releases and solutions for e-commerce developers and more. I'll talk about popular platforms like Shopware, Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento, PrestaShop etc. There will be also place for interesting solutions and other news from e-commerce dev world.
 
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Vercel CEO Guillermo Rauch and JS Party panelist Amal Hussein join Jerod to discuss the state of the web platform! We opine on why it’s so important and unique, where it stands today, what modern web development looks like, and where the whole thing is headed in 2021 and beyond. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get cl…
 
Dennis took us from his first Commodore computer, all the way to his job at AWS. We talked about curiosity, finding your own way, taking a break, learning, searching, failure much more. Here are the links from the show: https://www.twitter.com/dtraub The AWS-Podcast in German https://anchor.fm/dennis-traub https://www.dennistraub.com Twitch https:/…
 
As our regular listeners know, we are Lando users and today we have the inventor, Mike Pirog, joining us to discuss where Lando is and where it’s going. www.talkingdrupal.com/277 Topics John - Sonos Stephen - Pi400 Nic - Woodworking Mike - Owl sighting What is Lando Who is using Lando Roadmap and release schedule Docker and Mac ARM version of Lando…
 
Today we talk with Chad Hester about his advice for becoming a successful contractor. He has hired and worked with contractors throughout his career and now is one. This topic is close to us at Talking Drupal. www.talkingdrupal.com/276 Topics Stephen - Among Us Nic - Basement Chad - Making drinks John - Chess Benefits and Challengess of being a con…
 
Today we take a look at the Recurring Events module with maintainer Owen Bush. www.talkingdrupal.com/274 Topics Nic - Winter Stephen - MySQL Percona 5.7 Update Owen - Volcaloid John - Wemo switch What is the Recurring Events module Use-cases Key Functionality Sub-modules Roadmap to RC1 Experience as maintainer Resources Vovaloid Recurring Events O.…
 
Eva took us from tinkering with CSS on Blogspot to organizing CSSConf Argentina. She told us her story, and how she slowly but surely settled on Front-End development. She detailed how scary, but also life-changing it was to go to a conference in the USA. She finally told us all about the conference she organized and her vision to inspire developer…
 
Looking forward to your upcoming projects in 2021, will it support multiple languages? Today we discuss things to keep in mind as you are planning your translation project. www.talkingdrupal.com/273 Topics Languages Translation Translation Tips Prototyping Challenges Things to Avoid Useful Modules Hosts Stephen Cross - www.stephencross.com @stephen…
 
This year was crazy, time for a review. Credits Music Aye by Yung Kartz is licensed CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. Your host is Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, more about him at timbourguignon.fr. Gift the podcast a rating on one of the major platforms https://devjourney.info/subscribe.html Support the podcast, support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/devjpatreon Suppo…
 
Wesley took us from his first job as a bench nerd, through his student job at Centaur and his tenure at Dell. He explained in detail how those jobs helped him develop empathy, learn how to communicate with people, relate to them, and explain the technology. We transitioned to his time at IBM, MongoDB, and Daily, discovering developer relations and …
 
It’s the end of 2020 and on this year’s “State of the log” episode Adam and Jerod carry on the tradition of looking back at our favorite moments of the year – we talk through our most popular episodes, our personal favorites and must listen episodes, top posts from Changelog Posts, and what we have in the works for 2021 and beyond. Discuss on Chang…
 
Today we welcome Mike Pennisi into our Maintainer Spotlight. This is a special flavor of The Changelog where we go deep into a maintainer’s story. Mike is the maintainer of JSHint which, since its creation in 2011, was encumbered by a license that made it very hard for legally-conscious teams to use the project. The license was the widely-used MIT …
 
We are excited to bring on Charity Majors, CTO of Honeycomb.IO. Charity and our hosts discuss company culture, application observability, engineering culture, and the future of IT Operations. Destination Linux Network Sudo Show Website Sudo Show Swag UPDATED! Sponsor: Digital Ocean Sponsor: Bitwarden Contact Us: DLN Discourse Email Us! Matrix: +sud…
 
Natalia took us along her whole career. From her computer engineering studies to her first job as a DBA, to her learning javascript. We then followed her footsteps toward Vue.js and how she slowly but surely embraced open-source, communities, conferences, teaching, and became the accomplished front-end engineer, core team member of the Vue.js frame…
 
What do you do when you make a living typing on a keyboard, but you can no longer do that for more than a few minutes at a time? Switch careers?! Not Josh Comeau. He decided to learn from others who have come before him and develop his own solution for coding without his hands. Spoiler Alert: he uses weird noises and some fancy eye tracking tech. O…
 
Jackie took us from her first magazine and philosophy major to the realization that a software engineering background could help her realize her dreams. We then discussed her studies, her first internship, and her first job. We talked about moving from New York to SanFrancisco, and back. We talked about refocusing your life and the societal impact …
 
For this episode, we brought in Philippe Humeau, founder of CrowdSec. We discuss community-driven security, reputation-based IP engines, fail2ban, and how together we can achieve digital herd-immunity. Destination Linux Network Sudo Show Website Sponsor: Digital Ocean Sponsor: Bitwarden Sudo Show Swag UPDATED! Contact Us: DLN Discourse Email Us! Ma…
 
Gergely Orosz joined Adam for a conversation about his journey as a software engineer. Gergely recently stepped down from his role as Engineering Manager at Uber to pursue his next big thing. But, that next big thing isn’t quite clear to him yet. So, in the meantime, he has been using this break to write a few books and blog more so he can share wh…
 
What are the effects of remote work on the current job market? Teaching the next generation of software engineers himself at Lambda School, Austen Allred experiences first hand what it takes to hire the best of the new remote workforce. In this episode, he shares his experience with cultivating the best engineering talent and the flaws in the curre…
 
Paula told us how she was introduced to computers at a very young age. She told us how she learned to program and to solve problems her own way. She took us through her whole career, learning when being bored, and growing into the very deep software engineer she is today. She told us about writing Asami & Naga and how she started working in Open-So…
 
In episode #223, August 2019, Tim Lehnen, from the Drupal Association, joined us to talk about Drupal git Org moving to GitLab. A year and a half later Tim joins again to talk about project status and recent advancements. www.talkingdrupal.com/272 Topics Nic - Facemasks John - Everything Stephen - Teachers Tim - Shout out What is the Gitlab project…
 
We talked about Emmanuel's start building an Amazon Concurrent at the French FNAC Company. We spoke about making architectural decisions, experiencing freedom, and Conway's Law. Emmanuel described how he discovered Hibernate, fell into OSS, and finally joined JBoss. We then discussed the acquisition of JBoss by Redhat, the cultural-chances, and the…
 
Raj Dutt is the founder and CEO of Grafana Labs. Grafana has become the world’s most popular open source technology used to compose observability dashboards (we use Grafana here at Changelog). Raj and team are 100% focused on building a sustainable business around open source. They have this “big tent” open source ecosystem philosophy that’s drivin…
 
This week we talk about an underutilized resource - Drupal User Groups www.talkingdrupal.com/271 Topics Nic - Index Stephen - NAS John - I got a tree Stories Meetups Beefits First experience How to find Resources DrupalCon Europe will only sustain if you show up for it 1Password on Linux NEDCamp Gear Drupal Community Events Drupal on Meetup SFDUG B…
 
We have a BIG show for you today. We’re talking about the future of the Mac. Coming off of Apple’s “One more thing.” event to launch the Apple M1 chip and M1 powered Macs, we have a two part show giving you the perspective of Apple as well as a Mac app developer on the future of the Mac. Part 1 features Tim Triemstra from Apple. Tim is the Product …
 
How you handle a crisis might well define the future of your company. Operating remotely can be an additional challenge, but it also provides an advantage. We're joined by Liam Martin, the founder of Time Doctor and co-founder of Running Remote to discuss the importance of crisis management as a remote company. Find the full transcript here!…
 
Eric and Brandon are joined by author and developer, Thomas Vitale. We discuss his new book, Cloud Native Spring in Action and talk about the future of Spring in a cloud native world. Destination Linux Network Sudo Show Website Sponsor: Digital Ocean Sponsor: Bitwarden Sudo Show Swag UPDATED! Contact Us: DLN Discourse Email Us! Matrix: +sudoshow:ma…
 
Ev took us from his CGI-animator studies and job, through the forks on his journey. First to become a programmer. Then pivot with his company, away from animation. Then again, toward data science, and finally, embrace management all the way and start working at Zenhub. Here are the links from the show: https://www.twitter.com/EvHaus https://www.zen…
 
We’re joined by George Neville-Neil, aka Kode Vicious. Writing as Kode Vicious for ACMs Queue magazine, George Neville-Neil has spent the last 15+ years sharing incisive advice and fierce insights for everyone who codes, works with code, or works with coders. These columns have been among the most popular items published in ACMs Queue magazine and …
 
Becky joins The Great Rehiring to explain the lifetime of HubSpot's hiring plans through Covid-19 and civil unrest. Utilizing a close partnership with the Finance team in order to be the first to know about needs of the business, Becky details how she was able to re-scale hiring in short order. Then, Becky explains her recent listening tour in coor…
 
We are fresh off of NEDCamp 2020, and today we reflect on it. www.talkingdrupal.com/270 Topics Stephen - Home Automation John - Website Nic - WSnow Blower Rick - Music production NEDCamp history Camp format 2020 Team BoFs Technology How did it go Resources Flowte - Rick Hood on Sound Cloud NEDCamp Hosts Stephen Cross - www.stephencross.com @stephen…
 
Alice took us on a long slide: first from office assistance to tech support. Then from tech support to server management at NewRelic. Then from server management to SRE and incident response. Finally from SRE to containers and Kubernetes-Management at Github. We talked about how her curiosity coupled with moments of boredom pushed her to dig ever d…
 
New episode is here! I changed hour of publishing new episodes to Monday 5AM GMT+1. Also new section was added to podcast called articles. I'll try to mention interesting articles related to development in general so maybe not only about e-commerce but definitely worth of reading. News: https://www.shopware.com/de/changelog/#6-3-3-0 https://www.sho…
 
We’re talking with Gerhard Lazu, our resident SRE, ops, and infrastructure expert about the evolution of Changelog’s infrastructure, what’s new in 2020, and what we’re planning for in 2021. The most notable change? We’re now running on Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE)! We even test the resilience of this new infrastructure by purposefully taking the …
 
As companies settle in to remote work policies and set their sights back on growth, any organization that can scale up their hiring teams quickly will forge a lasting competitive advantage. On The Great Rehiring, we're meeting the talent leaders tasked with rebuilding their hiring teams, meeting new needs of their business, and formulating a scalab…
 
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