Topic Roundtable with Courtland Allen and Caleb Meredith

Software Engineering Daily examines the world through the lens of software engineering. In most episodes, an expert in a particular topic joins the show as a guest, and we go into deep technical detail. Occasionally we like to do episodes where we survey a collection of topics. In today’s topic roundtable, Caleb Meredith and Courtland Allen join me for a discussion of several questions: would it make sense for FacebookContinue reading...

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Building Your Intuition

In today's episode we talk about intuition as the shared fluency for experts.

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Ep. 137 – Intro to Data Science (Briana Vecchione)

Briana helps us explore the steps it takes to answer a complex data question. We talk about the importance and difficulty of cleaning data, the role of ethics in data collection and analysis, and how a codenewbie can dig into this fascinating topic.

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Episode 032 - Imposter Syndrome - These are not the drinks you're looking for

What’s it like to deal with Imposter Syndrome? In this episode, we are joined by Jessica Grist, a Software Engineer at Adroll to discuss how we’ve all experience Imposter Syndrome in our careers and share ways to help deal with it.

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Azure x-plat CLI 2.0 with Jason R. Shaver

We talk with Jason R Shaver about the new Azure CLI 2.0. PowerPoint is Turing complete and needs to be removed from the Apple app store. And I finally have quantifiable proof that Carl is a slacker!

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21 with Balaji Srinivasan

Bitcoin is underappreciated even to this day. The public focus is usually on the speculative value, but Bitcoin has functional value as a technology platform. If I want to make 100 transactions with my bank for 1 cent, the bank won’t allow it. Our current financial infrastructure is not set up for micropayments. Bitcoin is built with micropayments in mind. As Bitcoin works through its governance issues and its scalabilityContinue reading...

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You Can't Control Random

Developer Tea is a podcast for web and software developers hosted by a developer that you can listen to in less than 10 minutes. The show will cover a wide variety of topics related to the career of being a developer. We hope you'll take the topics from this podcast and continue the conversation, either online or in person with your peers. The show is hosted by Jonathan Cutrell, Director of Technology at Whiteboard and the author of Hacking the Impossible, a developer's guide to working with vis

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Microservices Practitioners with Austin Gunter and Richard Li

The word “microservices” started getting used after a series of events–companies were moving to cloud virtual machines. Those VMs got broken up into containers, and the containers can fit to the size of the service. Services that are more narrowly defined take up smaller containers, and can be packed more densely into the virtual machines–hence the term “microservices.” As this change to software architecture has occurred, the DevOps movement hasContinue reading...

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Swift on the Server with Chris Bailey

Swift is a language that is most commonly used to write apps for Apple client devices, such as iPhones. Since being released in 2014, Swift has become one of the most popular languages due to its high performance and developer ergonomics. In 2015, Swift was open sourced, creating the opportunity for Swift to be used outside of the Apple ecosystem. If you write an iPhone app today, your frontend isContinue reading...

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