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Coding Over Cocktails is created by TORO Cloud, a company that offers a low-code, API centric platform for application development & integration. This podcast series will tackle issues faced by enterprises as they manage the process of digital transformation, application integration, low-code application development, data management, and business process automation. Watch out for exciting and engaging content from guests who will touch on topics such as APIs as the center and foundation of a ...
 
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How do you come up with a well-designed digital transformation strategy? Author of "Digital Transformation Game Plan" Gary O'Brien tells us how by identifying an organisation's "degree of fluency" and the necessary change one must be prepared to face to find success. He also shares his experiences working firsthand with modern digital businesses an…
 
In this episode, we are joined by The Adecco Group’s Senior Vice President and Regional Transformational Lead Sabine Laute, who shares her experiences in leading digital transformation initiatives in a global organisation. She also gives advice in managing these initiatives and what it takes to truly embrace digital transformation.…
 
In this round of Cocktails, we talk to Eric Broda, an Executive Consultant for Open Banking, where he educates us on how Open Banking is currently being explored in Canada and the opportunities it can create in the banking industry, potentially paving the way towards digital transformation.By TORO Cloud
 
API thought leader and Contovista AG Chief Product Officer Amancio Bouza joins us again to discuss the innovations that are driving the fintech industry, such as autonomous finance and Open Banking. He also shares his insights on whether or not the pandemic paved the way for companies to achieve "true" digital transformation.…
 
In this episode, Google Cloud's Head of Developer Engagement Stephanie Wong shares a thing or two about creating content that can help engage and educate developers and discusses some of Google's offerings for this year. She also shares insights on being a woman in the tech space and how we could do better in making the industry a safe space for wo…
 
In this episode, author of The Agile Idea Zigurd Mednieks joins us and discusses the important concepts in the Agile methodology, how it has evolved, and the approach modern organisations should take towards it. He also lets us in on how some tech giants apply agile in their management and how it helps facilitate digital transformation.…
 
In this episode, the founder of the Institute of Digital Transformation Charles Araujo aims to address some misconceptions most companies have when it comes to digital transformation and argues why 2020 wasn't the transformational year we all thought it was. He also talks about the importance of "intellectual curiosity" and why we should stop adher…
 
How have companies fared in their digital transformation initiatives this year? Research Director Omar Akhtar gives us a look at some of their findings at Altimeter and their predictions on how far we'd have to go to become "digitally mature." He also discusses convergence between sales and marketing in the modern business landscape, creating an ag…
 
In this round of Cocktails, industry analyst and CXOTalk host Michael Krigsman shares some stories from experts and leaders in the tech space as they take on their digital transformation initiatives.He also discusses how organisations rethink business strategies as they navigate their own transformation initiatives -- and how customers and stakehol…
 
In this episode, Lardi & Partner CEO and one of Awards Magazine's "Top 50 Women in Tech Influencers" Kamales Lardi joins us for a round and guides us through a typical organization's journey through digital transformation. She also shares with us her experiences in transforming organisations, and what it really takes to find success in your digital…
 
In this episode, Senior Research Associate from Cambridge University and author of "Designing Data Intensive Applications" Martin Kleppmann discusses how they are finding ways to make software collaboration and ownership properly coexist through their "local-first software" project, which will allow users to work offline without compromising import…
 
In this episode, former ThoughtWorker and independent software consultant Pete Hodgson talks about addressing pain points in software development teams and cross-team collaboration. He also educates listeners on code-ownership, technical debt, and better product engagement in developing internal platforms.…
 
"Just Enough Software Architecture" author and Google Software Engineer George Fairbanks joins us for a round and educates us on technical debt and how it's a natural part of the software development process. He also gives practical advice on dealing with technical debt and the philosophies that have changed along with the evolution of software arc…
 
How safe are your security mechanisms for a potential cyberattack? In this episode we talk to Laurie Williams, Distinguished University Professor from North Carolina State University joins us and discusses cybersecurity, taking a proactive stance on it, and how organisations can get started on building more secure software products.…
 
In this episode of Coding Over Cocktails, Author of Practical Process Automation, Bernd Ruecker talks about the relationship between automation and workflow engines, how we can implement process automation effectively, and the relevance of isolation and boundaries in automation. He also gives his thoughts on robotic process automation and explains …
 
In this episode, 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know Kevlin Henney joins us for a round, where he talks about a collection of thoughts and pieces from different experts and leaders in Java programming and sets the record straight on why programming languages, including Java, will never die.By TORO Cloud
 
In this episode of Cocktails, “The Evil Tester” Alan Richardson joins us for a round and discusses how we can change our approach towards testing, as well as the important qualities that a good tester should have. He also talks about Agile Testing in relation to development, as well as various models on testing that we're seeing today.…
 
ThoughtWorks' Director of Next Tech Incubation Zhamak Dehghani joins us for a round on Cocktails and talks about how she founded Data Mesh and the concepts behind it. She expounds on the decentralization and productization of data and discusses the importance of the discovery of new paradigm shifts in the industry.…
 
Discussing the fundamentals of microservices and software architecture on this episode of Coding Over Cocktails is Software Architect and one of the authors of "Fundamentals of Software Architecture" Mark Richards, where he also answers whether microservices are evolutionary or revolutionary and explains why "best practices" in software architectur…
 
ThoughtWorks Director and Software Architect James Lewis sits with us for a round of Cocktails to discuss how the evolution of microservices shaped better software development standards and how organizations worldwide can overcome challenges in migrating their monoliths and transition properly into microservices.…
 
Agile Fluency® Project Consultant & Co-Founder James Shore talks about what being agile truly means for software development and how cross-functional teams within the organization help implement agile development. He also shares how businesses can address the challenges associated with adopting the philosophy of being agile in changing the habits a…
 
Constellation Research VP & Principal Analyst Dion Hinchcliffe explains the strategies organizations have been adopting to address the challenges associated with the pandemic. He also describes how the sudden shift of working in the office to working remotely has opened possibilities in making work collaboration more efficient, and the digital tran…
 
API Consultant and LaunchAny Founder James Higginbotham lays out how developers can create an API program that will drive the digital transformation of enterprises. He also explains the importance of identifying the purpose and operations of an API and properly defining the scope through the ALIGN, DEFINE, and DESIGN approach and how the top-down o…
 
ThoughtWorks Director and Software Architect Neal Ford sheds light on how polyglot programming has paved the way towards more efficient software development. He explains how polyglot also extends the capabilities of developers operating in low-code environments, allowing them to build complex applications while addressing the most difficult parts o…
 
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