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Episode 501: Bob Ducharme on Creating Technical Documentation for Software program Initiatives

Bob DuCharme, an skilled technical author and creator talks about writing documentation for software program merchandise. On this episode we focus on

Episode 500: Sergey Gorbunov on Blockchain Interoperability

Episode 500: Sergey Gorbunov on Blockchain Interoperability

Sergey Gorbunov of Axelar discusses blockchain interoperability, a expertise that allows decentralized purposes to work throughout a number of blockchain ecosystems. Host

Episode 499: Uma Chingunde on Building a PaaS

Episode 499: Uma Chingunde on Constructing a PaaS

Uma Chingunde of Render compares constructing a PaaS along with her earlier expertise operating the Stripe Compute crew. Host Jeremy Jung

Episode 498: James Socol on Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD)

Episode 498: James Socol on Steady Integration and Steady Supply (CI/CD)

James Socol of Policygenius discusses steady integration and steady supply, methods to check and deploy software program rapidly and simply. SE

Episode 497: Richard L. Sites on Understanding Software Dynamics

Episode 497: Richard L. Websites on Understanding Software program Dynamics

Richard L. Websites discusses his new ebook Understanding Software program Dynamics, which affords professional strategies and superior instruments for understanding complicated,

Episode 496: Bruce Momjian on Multi-Version Concurrency Control in Postgres (MVCC)

Episode 496: Bruce Momjian on Multi-Model Concurrency Management in Postgres (MVCC)

This week, Postgres server developer Bruce Momjian joins host Robert Blumen for a dialogue of multi-version concurrency management (MVCC) in

Episode 495: Vaughn Vernon on Strategic Monoliths and Microservices

Episode 495: Vaughn Vernon on Strategic Monoliths and Microservices

Vaughn Vernon, creator of Strategic Monoliths and Microservices, discusses matters lined in his newest ebook on methods for purposeful software program

Episode 494: Robert Seacord on Avoiding Defects in C Programming

Episode 494: Robert Seacord on Avoiding Defects in C Programming

Robert Seacord, creator of Efficient C, The CERT C Coding Customary, and Safe Coding in C and C++, discusses the

Episode 493: Ram Sriharsha on Vectors in Machine Learning

Episode 493: Ram Sriharsha on Vectors in Machine Studying

Ram Sriharsha of Pinecone discusses the position of vectors in machine studying, a way that lies on the coronary heart of

Episode 492: Sam Scott on Building a Consistent and Global Authorization Service

Episode 492: Sam Scott on Constructing a Constant and International Authorization Service

Sam Scott, CTO of Oso discusses authorization challenges with host Priyanka. They mentioned fundamentals equivalent to definitions of authorization, RBAC,

Episode 491: Chase Kocher on The Recruiting LifeCycle

Episode 491: Chase Kocher on The Recruiting LifeCycle

Chase Kocher, the Founder and CEO of aim4hire, a expertise recruitment company talks in regards to the want for Recruiting corporations and

Episode 490: Tim McNamara on Rust 2021 Edition

Episode 490: Tim McNamara on Rust 2021 Version

Tim McNamara, creator of Rust in Motion, an introduction Rust for programmers who’ve by no means used a methods programming language,

Episode 489: Sam Boyer on Package Management

Episode 489: Sam Boyer on Bundle Administration

Visitor Sam Boyer, creator of So that you wish to write a bundle supervisor talks about bundle administration with Host Robert

Episode 488: Chris Riccomini and Dmitriy Ryaboy on the Missing Readme

Episode 488: Chris Riccomini and Dmitriy Ryaboy on the Lacking Readme

Chris Riccomini and Dmitriy Ryaboy focus on their ebook, The Lacking Readme, which is meant to be the lacking handbook for

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