from Software Engineering Daily
by Software Engineering Daily
Servers in a data center fail. Sometimes entire data centers have a power outage. Bugs in an application make it into production. Human operators make mistakes and cause data to be deleted. Failure is unavoidable. We make backups and replicate our servers so that when a failure occurs, we can quickl...
from Developer Tea
In today's episode, we'll be talking about the importance of a simple step into mental awareness. The first step into mental awareness can change your behavior - that's exactly what we'll talk about in today's episode. Don't forget to sign up for Soft Skills Weekly at https://softskillsweekly.com!
from Ruby on Rails Podcast
On this episode, Brian joins again to talk about the consequences of poor design when it comes to air travel. We talk about dog-fooding, flying away, and how Delta could best spend their money. It's all technology related, I promise.
from Security Now (MP3)
This week Steve and Jason discuss... Google's Tavis Ormandy takes a shower, iOS gets a massive feature and security update, a new target for 'Bot money harvesting appears, Microsoft suffers a rather significant user-privacy fail, the UK increases its communications decryption rhetoric, a worrisome...
from Risky Business
by Patrick Gray
On this week’s show I’ll be playing part two of my interview with In-Q-Tel’s chief security officer Dan Geer. That’s all about machine learning in infosec. Is it actually going to turn into something? Or is it just another infosec thought bubble? This week’s sponsor i...
from This Week in Startups - Audio
Filmed at Cisco Spark Haus, SXSW 2017, Jason sits down with Capital Factory Mentor founder of Josh Baer, who helps people quit their jobs and become entrepreneurs. Josh is a tireless supporter of startups, but more specifically, has made Austin a center of gravity for entrepreneurs. Capital Factory...
from Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers
by SE-Radio Team
Edaena Salinas talks with Katie Malone about Machine Learning. Katie Malone is a Data Scientist in the Research and Development department at Civis Analytics. She has a PhD in Physics from Stanford University, with a background specifically in particle physics. She is an instructor of the Intro to M...
from FLOSS Weekly (MP3)
Anchore provides users with insight and control over the contents of containers from the start of development all the way to production. Developers will have access to thousands of applications ready to run right "off the shelf" and the ability to quickly build and publish their own images. Host...
from CodePen Radio
by CodePen Radio
Chris, Tim H., and Marie gather to discuss how we upsell CodePen PRO. We talk about the process of identifying opportunities to upsell, avoiding dark patterns, and new ways of introducing our members to PRO features.
by Chris Hartjes and Ed Finkler
Chris and Ed decided to push themselves out of their comfort zone and talked to Laravel community superstar Matt Stauffer. We talked about Matt’s experience writing a book for a major publish (with an animal on the cover and everything), asked the question “does consistency in code matt...
from The Changelog
by Changelog Media
Will Norris (Engineering Manager at Google's Open Source office) joined the show to talk about their new release of the Google Open Source website as well as the release of Google's internal documentation on how they do open source. Nearly 70 pages of documentation have been made public under creati...
from Three Devs and a Maybe
by Michael Budd, Fraser Hart, Lewis Cains, Edd Mann
In this weeks show we follow on from our previous episode’s discussion with Scott Wlaschin. We delve into separating out the client from the behaviour and state, initially highlighting the Batch Command approach. From here, we move on to discuss the Actor Modal, Event Sourcing and Functional Reactiv...
from Does Not Compute
In episode 73 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about taking a brief look at Go, using Nuxt.js in production, and using GitHub Projects to not only help keep you organized, but also to keep your team members in the loop
from The Distance
In an industry known for selling commodities at low margins, Jungle Jim's International Market in suburban Cincinnati, Ohio is something else entirely. It's a super-sized grocery store that's also a tourist attraction with animatronic characters, a dedicated events center, and a working mon...
from Laravel News Podcast
by Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda
Jake and Michael discuss the new Laravel announcements publication, Ubuntu DNS issues, using environment variables in your .env file, and PhpStorm 2017.1
from The Laptop Lifestyle
by Alexis Teichmiller
Bethany is the artist, designer, maker and owner behind Bela Begonias. She was born into the Appalachian mountainside of eastern Tennessee, and later immersed in the vibrant culture of Asheville, North Carolina before finding her way to Nashville. Her art is an organic reflection of the mountainous...
from Digital Insights
by Paul Boag
The images on your website can be both a curse and a blessing. They can be a compelling part of your content. Yet they can cripple performance, especially in todays multi-device world. It is time to squeeze the most from every image we use.
from Learn to Code With Me
by Laurence Bradford