Interview Week: Characteristics of Growth Oriented Questions

In today's episode, we continue interview week by talking about growth oriented questions. Check out the Beyond Bootcamp Interview Week Prep Guide at https://beyondbootcamp.io now!

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152: A Very Codevember Thanksgiving

Show Description Marie and Rachel are back to update us on Codevember - what's inspiring them, how CodePen is picking the best of Codevember, how to keep up even if you can't complete the whole challenge, and why community challenges are a great way to learn something new. Show Links Codevember Codevember on Twitter Codevember […]

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275: The History of GNOME, Mono, and Xamarin with Miguel de Icaza

We talked with Miguel de Icaza last week at Microsoft Connect(); in New York City. Miguel gave us the backstory on how he's been competing with Microsoft for most of his developer career, and he shares the history of GNOME, Mono, and Xamarin — and what led him to now work at Microsoft.

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Incident Response with Emil Storlarsky

As a system becomes more complex, the chance of failure increases. At a large enough scale, failures are inevitable. Incident response is the practice of preparing for and effectively recovering from these failures. An engineering team can use checklists and runbooks to minimize failures. They can put a plan in place for responding to failures. And they can use the process of post mortems to reflect on a failure and...

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Connect(); & Mile of Music with Jared Kuehn

We talk with Jared Kuehn about the Mile of Music project. We also cover some of the big announcements from Connect(). And why is JSON parsing 10x faster than XML parsing in SQL Server?

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Run Less Software with Rich Archbold

There is a quote from Jeff Bezos: “70% of the work of building a business today is undifferentiated heavy lifting. Only 30% is creative work. Things will be more exciting when those numbers are inverted.” That quote is from 2006, before Amazon Web Services had built most of their managed services. In 2006, you had no choice but to manage your own database, data warehouse, and search cluster. If your...

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Interview Week: Heather Asks a Question About Dev Ops

In today's episode, we kick off interview week by talking about Heather's question about moving into devops from her current position. Check out the Beyond Bootcamp Interview Week Prep Guide at https://beyondbootcamp.io now!

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S2:E4 - What makes a good speaker? (Kelsey Hightower, Lara Hogan)

Lara Hogan, who wrote the book on public speaking, and Kelsey Hightower, speaker and chair of tech conferences, share their personal speaking stories (and nightmares!), how they prepare their talks, and the mistakes they see first-time speakers make.

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274: Faktory and The Future of Background Jobs with Mike Perham

Mike Perham is back for his 4th appearance to talk about his new project Faktory, a new background job system that's aiming to bring the best practices developed over the last five years in Sidekiq to every programming language. We catch up with Mike on the continued success and model of Sidekiq, the future of background jobs, his thoughts on RocksDB in Faktory vs BoltDB, Redis, or SQLite, how he plans to support Sidekiq for the next 10 years, and his thoughts on Faktory being a SaaS option in the future.

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