Visual Studio 2017 with Amanda Silver

We talk with Amanda Silver about the massive Visual Studio 2017 release. Background tabs in your browser might start using less power. And did I mention how awesome VS 2017 is turning out to be?

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Stripe Machine Learning with Michael Manapat

Every company that deals with payments deals with fraud. The question is not whether fraud will occur on your system, but rather how much of it you can detect and prevent. If a payments company flags too many transactions as fraudulent, then real transactions might accidentally get flagged as well. But if you don’t reject enough of the fraudulent transactions, you might not be able to make any money atContinue reading...

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Listener Question: Can I Lead Remotely? (part 2)

In today's episode, I answer a listener question about whether or not it's possible to lead a team from a remote office. We go pretty in depth on this topic, and this is the second of two parts.

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Stripe Infrastructure with Evan Broder

If you are building a service that processes payments, your software architecture has a lot of requirements. Not only do you need to be highly available, consistent, and fast–you need to be PCI compliant. In this episode, we explore the infrastructure of Stripe with Evan Broder, who has been with the company for five years. Stripe started as a small payments company catering to developers with a monolithic code base.Continue reading...

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Stripe Observability with Cory Watson

Observability allows engineers to understand what is going on inside their systems. In its most raw form, observability comes from log data. Modern systems have many layers of logs–virtualized cloud infrastructure, container orchestration, the container runtime itself, and the application logic running within the container. With all of these layers, it is not practical for a developer to have to sift through layers of logs every time a bug occursContinue reading...

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Listener Question: Can I Lead Remotely? (part 1)

In today's episode, I answer a listener question about whether or not it's possible to lead a team from a remote office. We go pretty in depth on this topic, and it will run over to a second part.

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SE-Radio Episode 285: James Cowling on Dropbox’s Distributed Storage System

James Cowling of Dropbox (architect of their distributed storage system), speaks to Robert Blumen about their move from Amazon’s S3 to their own infrastructure; The show covers: the size, scope and scale of Dropbox’s data management; their experience on Amazon’s S3; why S3 over time did not meet their needs; how the decision was made […]

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121: Refactoring

Chris, Jake, and Dee gather to chat about refactoring the payment processing code and the creation of ownables. We talk about why we went through all this work and what it allows us to do in the future.

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Trump with Brad Taylor

Donald Trump has either alarmed or excited everyone in the engineering community. Some of the debates are based around innovation. Opponents to Trump say that his anti-immigration policies will reduce the innovation that relies on H1-B visas. Supporters of Trump say that his anti-regulation policies will unlock innovation that is restricted by bureaucracy. Other debates are around philosophy and free speech. Opponents to Trump say that his views on womenContinue reading...

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