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A podcast about developer tools and the people who make them. Join us as we embark on a journey to explore modern developer tooling and interview the people who make it possible. We love talking to the creators front-end frameworks (React, Solid, Svelte, Vue, Angular, etc), JavaScript and TypeScript runtimes (Node, Deno, Bun), Languages (Unison, Elixor, Rust, Zig), web tech (WASM, Web Containers, WebGPU, WebGL), database providers (Turso, Planetscale, Supabase, EdgeDB), and platforms (SST, A ...
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We’ve been doing Software Development and Architecture work for a while at Snowpal, and currently have several B2B and B2C products in production. In this podcast, we’ll share our experiences on a regular basis to help you & your teams build great software. The topics covered in this podcast will include Product Management, Project Management, Architecture, Development, Deployment, Security, Release Management, Sales, Marketing, Advertising, and just about everything else an ambitious, fast ...
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Welcome to Bentleigh's premier VCE Software Development podcast. Here we will be talking about key issues, ideas and knowledge points from within the Software Development curriculum. Don't forget to check out My Informatics podcast at: https://anchor.fm/matthew-cumming4
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Custom software development Dallas company helps you to get what you desire and be a specific goal-oriented product. Since every business has different requirements, it is tough for one product to accommodate multiple needs simultaneously.
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Providing advice on how to get the best Return On Investment from your Software Development. Hosted by Mark Taylor of Red Folder Consultancy, this series is targeted at those that fund software development in improving their return on investment. Through a series of short weekly podcasts, Mark explores and explains why "traditional" management techniques will not only produce poor returns, but actively encourage it. Find out more about Red Folder Consultancy at https://red-folder.com. Or rea ...
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The marketing of ICO listings follows a set of tried-and-true tactics, just like marketing for other products. You can learn more about some of the top ICO software development company we provide as you continue reading to promote your ICO to the top.
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Conversations in Software Development is a podcast intended primarily for students (at any level) who want to learn more about software development, especially if they intend to pursue a career in that field. More specifically, the goal of the podcast is to expose students to topics and ideas that they don't usually get to see or practice in a classroom setting, including many aspects of software development that are not related to coding. In each episode, we have a conversation with someone ...
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In this podcast episode, ⁠Kramer⁠ discusses his recent travels and the evolution of automation in traditional services. He highlights the excitement of witnessing the accelerated adoption of automation in different countries. The conversation then shifts to the most delicious vegetarian food in New Zealand. The hosts recap the previous podcast and …
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In this episode, I discuss the importance of adding achievements to games after implementing a leaderboard in my iOS game. I explain achievements, how they benefit player engagement, and how they extend the game's lifespan. I share examples like jumping hurdles and seasonal events to keep players coming back. Achievements provide goals, a sense of …
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Mike McQuaid, maintainer of Homebrew, and now CTO at Workbrew joins us to discuss open tabs, social media spam and distractions, TikTok’s addictive nature, Apple Vision Pro and its potential future, the maintenance of software, the swing back to old school web development, the value of telemetry in open source projects, Mike’s ongoing involvement i…
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This week we have Glauber Costa, CEO and founder of Turso, a service for distributing and using multiple SQLite instances in different regions. Glauber has a long history in the software industry, including working on the Linux kernel for many years. He shares his experience working on the Linux kernel and how it led him to found Turso. e also disc…
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In this episode, Krish and ⁠Jason⁠ discuss the evolution of software development and the changes they have witnessed over the years. They reflect on their first lines of code and compare the differences between then and now. They also explore the pace of change in technology and the challenges it presents for developers. The conversation touches on…
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Today we speak with Ellie Huxtable, the creator of a magical open source tool for syncing, searching & backing up your shell history. Along the way we learn all about the sync service, why she likes Rust, the branding / marketing of the project, how she quit her job to work on it full time, the business model & so much more. Leave us a comment Chan…
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Tracy Ragan⁠ discusses software supply chain management and the importance of generating and consuming Software Bill of Materials (SBOMs) in decoupled architectures. She explains the challenges of managing libraries and dependencies in microservices and the need for aggregated SBOMs. Tracy emphasizes the importance of rapid response to vulnerabilit…
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Ship It is back! IEEE Spectrum writes about quantum computing’s reality check, Maxim Dounin announces freenginx, Nadia Asparouhova goes deep on AI & the “effective accelerationism” movement, Angie Byron helps first time open source contributors avoid common pitfalls & Miroslav Nikolov writes up his advice for high-risk refactoring. Leave us a comme…
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Jamie Tanna (who has a website) joins us to discuss the indie web, living with ADHD, sharing his salary history with the world & building DMD – a dynamite open source tool to help you better understand the use of dependencies across your org. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members get a bonus 16 minutes at the end of this episode and zero ads. Join…
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This week we’re joined by Stefano Maffulli, the Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI). They are responsible for representing the idea and the definition of open source globally. Stefano shares the challenges they face as a US-based non-profit with a global impact. We discuss the work Stefano and the OSI are doing to define Open Sou…
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Changelog Beats drops a new Dance Party album, Will McGugan’s new Toolong (tl) terminal app, Mitchell Baker is out as Mozilla CEO, Microsoft’s Jordi Adoumie announces sudo for Windows, Tatu Ylonen tells the tale of how they got SSH to be port 22 & Jack Lindamood gives an “Endorse” or “Regret” rating for ~50 different services, tools & processes he …
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This week we have Zeno Rocha on the show. He is "developer famous" for creating the Dracula Theme, a popular theme for developers. He is also the co-founder of Resend, a modern email platform for developers. We talk about the journey they took to create Resend, starting with the creation of React Email, and the complexities of email delivery at sca…
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In this episode of the UIBuzz podcast, host Peter Witham discusses the increasing challenges and restrictions app developers face when using app stores. He highlights the need to explore alternative options, particularly web apps, to solve these problems. Peter emphasizes the advantage of web apps in terms of cross-platform compatibility and the ab…
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We’re taking you back to the hallway track at THAT Conference where we have 3 MORE fun conversations: one with Samuel Goff about the future of energy, one with YouTuber Jess Chan about the future of content creation & one with Vanessa Villa / Noah Jenkins about ag tech & the future of food. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 3 minutes on t…
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Nadia Odunayo, founder of StoryGraph. Nadia started out as a one woman dev and product team — she’s had to adjust and maneuver along way to becoming the Amazon-free alternative to Goodreads. We talk about the importance of customer research, the iterative nature of customer research and what it takes to…
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In this podcast episode, Krish compares the Instacart and Wegmans apps to identify commonalities and similarities. He discusses the reusability and integration of backend systems, highlighting the benefits of leveraging existing solutions rather than reinventing the wheel. Krish also explains Snowpal's business model, which focuses on selling softw…
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Geoffrey Litt thinks browser extensions are underrated, Adolfo Ochagavía on being a generalist in a specialist’s world, Jack Garbus praises the Arch Wiki, Terence Eden tries to rebuild FourSquare for ActivityPub using OpenStreetMap & Sebastien Dubois teaches us how to connect ideas together. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 1 minute on t…
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Today's episode features Evan Bacon, the head of devtools at Expo. Expo is a framework for building React Native apps it takes care of a lot of the details so all you have to worry about is writing code. Evan is also the author of Expo Router which makes seamlessly manage your app's navigation with file based routing and so much more. We also delve…
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We’re taking you to the hallway track at THAT Conference in Austin TX, where we have 3 fun conversations: one with our old friend Nick Nisi from JS Party, one with our new(ish) friend Amy Dutton from CompressedFM (who has been a guest on JS Party of late) & one with our brand new friend / long-time listener Andres Pineda from the Dominican Republic…
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Joe Reis about data engineering and the beginning of generative AI. We discuss phone hacking via frequency, the role of a data engineer, this AI hype cycle we’re in, build vs buy, the disconnect between data analysts and the business, ethical considerations around AI-generated content, and more. We also…
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The Rune team announces $100k in open source grants for indie game devs, the Zed code editor is now open source, the Ollama team releases Python & JavaScript libraries, Max Bernstein tells the story of Scrapscript & Pooya Parsa writes up some notes from a tired maintainer. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the m…
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This week we talk to a legend in the dev tools space, Christopher Chedeau. Christopher is a software engineer at Meta (formerly Facebook) and has worked on some of the most popular open source projects in the world. He is the creator of Prettier, a code formatter that has saved millions of developer hours. He is also the co-creator of React Native,…
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Our old friend José Valim & his team have been hard at work adding gradual typing to Elixir. They’re only 1-3% of the way there, but a lot of progress has been made. So, we invited him back on the show for a deep-dive on why, how & when Elixir will be gradually typed. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 5 minutes on this episode because the…
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In this episode of the UI Buzz Podcast, I discuss adding Game Center support to my SpriteKit game. Adding game services, like leaderboards, can enhance the gameplay experience and encourage friendly competition. Integrating GameCenter was surprisingly easy, and it handles user accounts and cheating prevention. Resetting the leaderboard every seven …
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In this podcast episode, Krish explores Teradata from scratch. He starts by introducing Teradata as a complete cloud analytics and data platform, suitable for building large-scale data warehousing applications. He explains the concepts of data warehousing, data lakes, and data marts. Krish then explores Teradata's platform and products, including T…
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This week we’re going deep on security and what it takes to shift left, seriously. Adam is joined by Justin Garrison (co-host of Ship It), plus two members of the BoxyHQ team — Deepak Prabhakara, Co-founder & CEO and Schalk Neethling, Community Manager and DevRel as well as fellow Changelog Slack member. We discuss how to shift left, the role of th…
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In this podcast episode, ⁠Dr. Deva Rangarajan⁠ discusses the topic of prospecting in sales. The conversation covers various aspects of prospecting, including the changes in prospecting over time, the difference between advertising and marketing, and the role of sales and marketing in outbound and inbound prospecting. The discussion also touches on …
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In this podcast, Krish discusses the importance of using diagrams to effectively communicate within teams. He shares examples of different types of diagrams, including sequence diagrams, flowcharts, and mind maps. Krish emphasizes the productivity and efficiency gained by using digital tools to create diagrams, rather than manually drawing them. He…
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In this podcast, Krish explores the process of digital analysis and how to take the analysis forward. He discusses different approaches to analyzing product usage, including general product usage analysis, client-specific product usage analysis, feature-specific product usage analysis, ad hoc analysis, and usage pattern analysis. Krish emphasizes t…
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This podcast episode explores digital analytics tools, with a focus on FullStory. The host provides an overview of digital analytics and its importance in understanding user behavior and improving online marketing strategies. The features and configuration of FullStory are discussed, including the ability to analyze user activity, track frustrated …
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In this podcast, Krish discusses how each individual represents not only themselves but also a larger population. He emphasizes the importance of credibility, professionalism, clear communication, and commitment to deliverables. Krish also highlights the significance of reputation and how it can impact others who share similarities. He advises lear…
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In this podcast episode, Krish discusses employee retention and the overall employee experience. He shares insights and tips based on his experience in software development and running a startup. The conversation covers various topics such as job descriptions, recruiter reach out, interview processes, communication and feedback, onboarding, promoti…
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Alex Ellis’ new actions-batch project uses GitHub Actions as a time-sharing supercomputer, DevDocs.io combines multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable interface, Jarred Sumner announces Bun’s very own JavaScript shell, Shoelace is a forward-thinking library of web components & Martin Heinz writes an awesome guide to buildin…
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This week we're joined by Daniel Thompson-Yvetot and Lucas Nogueira to talk about Tauri, a framework for building smaller, faster, and more secure desktop applications. We talk about the advantages of Tauri over Electron, the importance of security in open source software, and the future of cross-platform apps with Tauri. After that we talk about t…
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In this episode, Krish and Kramer discuss the impact of the automated economy on global economic growth. They explore the differences in the adoption of automated economy between countries and the role of culture in this process. They also identify the countries that are likely to have the largest impact on the automated economy, including India, A…
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In this podcast, Prasanna Veeraswamy discusses his travels to 200 countries and the cultural differences he encountered. The conversation explores the hypothetical scenario of introducing technology to individuals from different countries and the potential impact on happiness. The shared experiences and commonalities between people in Africa are al…
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In this podcast episode, Krish and ⁠Prasanna⁠ continue their conversation about Prasanna's travels. They focus on Africa, discussing its diversity and unique characteristics. They also explore the impact of technology, specifically YouTube consumption, in different regions. The episode concludes with a thought-provoking question about happiness in …
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In this podcast episode, Krish and ⁠Prasanna⁠ discuss the challenges and strategies for building relationships and effective communication in remote work environments. They explore the cultural differences that can impact communication styles and offer insights on how to bridge those gaps. They also discuss the importance of creating off-sites and …
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Techno Tim is back with Adam to discuss the state of homelab in 2024 and the trends happening within homelab tech. They discuss homelab environments providing a safe place for experimentation and learning, network improvement as a gateway to homelab, trends in network connection speeds, to Unifi or not, storage trends, ZFS configurations, TrueNAS, …
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In this podcast, Krish continues the Terraform series by bringing another resource under Terraform's management without using the import block. He demonstrates how to create and modify a Docker container image using Terraform. He also explores the process of destroying resources and discuss some limitations and considerations. Takeaways You can bri…
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In this podcast, Krish explores the various connectors available in Confluent Cloud. He starts by recapping the previous podcasts and the basics of Confluent Cloud. Krish then focuses on connectors, explaining their value and why they can reduce the need for writing code. He explores different connectors, such as the data gen source connector and t…
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In this podcast, Krish and ⁠Jason⁠ discuss the cultural aspects of remote work and the importance of knowing each other in a remote setting. They explore whether it is necessary for engineers to know each other and the responsibility of individuals and organizations in fostering relationships. They also touch on the impact of engagement length on b…
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In this episode of the UIBuzz podcast, I discuss the issue of AAA games not meeting players' expectations and feeling bored and uninspired. The problem stems from game companies sticking to a successful formula and releasing new content that feels repetitive. For example, first-person shooters and multiplayer online games offer the same gameplay wi…
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In this podcast episode, Krish interviews Jason Crum, a Senior Enterprise Architect, about remote work from an engineer's perspective. They discuss various aspects of remote work, including pre-pandemic, during pandemic, and post-pandemic experiences, preferences for remote or in-office work, benefits and challenges of remote work, limitations of r…
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This week we’re joined by FreeBSD & OpenZFS developer, Allan Jude, to learn all about FreeBSD. Allan gives us a brief history of BSD, tells us why it’s his operating system of choice, compares it to Linux, explains the various BSDs out there & answers every curious question we have about this powerful (yet underrepresented) Unix-based operating sys…
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In this podcast episode, the host continues from the previous episodes in the Confluent Cloud series and focuses on consuming messages. The consumer code is reviewed, and the concept of group ID is explained. The process of initializing the consumer and subscribing to topics is demonstrated. The use of channels in Go for message consumption is expl…
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This week we talk to the open source legend Feross Aboukhadijeh about his journey into open source, the challenges of open source funding, and his new company Socket.Socket is a tool that aims to make OSS security level up by providing a way to audit your dependencies for security vulnerabilities.They are able to detect much more complex vulnerabil…
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Niklaus Wirth makes his plea for lean software, PocketBase puts your entire backend in 1 file, Vanna is a Python RAG framework for accurate text-to-SQL generation, Henrik Karlsson wants you to think more about what to focus on & Calvin Wankhede shares how he built a fully offline smart home (and you should too). Leave us a comment Changelog++ membe…
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In this podcast episode, the host continues the discussion on Confluent Cloud and focuses on adding a consumer and creating a Go client. The process of building a producer and troubleshooting and debugging common issues is also covered. The host explores topics such as topic creation, error handling, and configuration. Known issues and workarounds …
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