Microsoft Graph with Yina Arenas

I talk with Yina Arenas about the Microsoft Graph API. Where is Carl? And this one simple trick will earn you nearly $20k more per year!

by MS Dev Show,

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253: The Serverless Revolution with Pam Selle

We talked with Pam Selle at OSCON about the serverless revolution happening for JavaScript developers. This episode kicks off our mini-series from the Expo Hall floor at OSCON 2017.

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Google Early Days with John Looney

John Looney spent more than 10 years at Google. He started with infrastructure, and was part of the team that migrated Google File System to Colossus, the successor to GFS. Imagine migrating every piece of data on Google from one distributed file system to another. In this episode, John sheds light on the engineering culture that has made Google so successful. He has very entertaining stories about clusterops and site-reliabilityContinue reading...

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Spiral Learning

In today's episode, we talk about "Spiral Learning." Today's episode is sponsored by Codeship! Get started today with Codeship and get 100 free builds. P.S. - Codeship is 100% free for open source projects! Head to https://spec.fm/codeship to get started today!

by Developer Tea,

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Data Teams with Rya Sciban

A data-driven organization is more efficient because the company can learn what to focus on. In this episode, Edaena Salinas from The Women in Tech Show interviews Rya Sciban, Product Manager at Periscope Data, who explains the needs of data teams in an organization. We talked about what data analysis is and how this changes as the amount of data grows. Rya explained what analytics clusters are and effective ways ofContinue reading...

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Distributed Deep Learning with Will Constable

Deep learning allows engineers to build models that can make decisions based on training data. These models improve over time using stochastic gradient descent. When a model gets big enough, the training must be broken up across multiple machines. Two strategies for doing this are “model parallelism” which divides the model across machines and “data parallelism” which divides the data across multiple copies of the model. Distributed deep learning bringsContinue reading...

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Listener Question: Joel Asks About Remote Work As A Junior Developer

What do you do when there are no jobs in your area and you're a developer with a family?

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Adaptive Cards with Thomas Fennell and Matt Hidinger

We talk with Matt Hidinger and Thomas Fennell about Adaptive Cards. Amazon giveth and Amazon taketh away. Redesigning the volume slider. Announcements from WWDC. And we look forward to the Xbox One X.

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#134: Nat Cooper

Chris and Marie sit down with Nat Cooper, organizer of the Creative Coding Club. The club aims to inspire people to design and build fun digital things based on a monthly theme. We talk about why she set it up, how she manages the community, and her plans to help keep Creative Coding Club going in to the future.

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