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  1. How Service Meshes Are a Missing Link for Microservices

    It is now widely assumed that making the shift to microservices and cloud-native environments will only lead to great things — and yet. As the rush to the cloud builds in momentum, many organizations are rudely waking up to more than a few difficulties along the way, such as how Kubernetes and serverless platforms on offer often remain a work in progress.

    “We are coming to all those communities and basically pitching them to move, right? We tell them, ‘look, monolithic is very complicated — let’s move to microservices,’ so, they are working very, very hard to move but then they discover that the tooling is not that mature,” Idit Levine, founder and CEO of, said. “And actually, there are many gaps in the tooling that they had or used it before and now they’re losing this functionality. For instance, like logging or like debugging microservices is a big problem and so on.”

    Levine, whose company offers service mesh solutions, also described how service meshes were designed to “solve exactly this problem,” during a podcast episode of The New Stack Analyst hosted by Alex Williams, founder and editor-in-chief of The New Stack, with Janakiram MSV, The New Stack Correspondent and principal of Janakiram & Associates.

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  2. Télécharger

    Esprit politique reçoit Catherine Fournier, la députée désormais indépendante de Marie-Victorin qui vient de larguer une bombe sur la scène politique québécoise en annonçant son départ du Parti Québécois. Et comme l’actualité est particulièrement chargée ces derniers temps, notre équipe reçoit aussi Pablo Rodriguez, ministre et député fédéral pour le Parti Libéral, qui analyse l’affaire SNC-Lavalin de l’intérieur.

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  3. Volatility, Tesla Reevaluates Closings (03.12.19) - TechCast Daily

    – Tesla reevaluates store closings decisions and vehicle pricing– Analyzing the impact of the volatile decision making Links:Email > tesladailypodcast@gmail.comTwitter > @teslapodcastPatreon > Executive producer Jerome JordenExecutive producer Rob GillExecutive producer Rish SinghExecutive producer Jeremy CookeMusic by Evan Schaeffer Disclosure: Rob Maurer is long TSLA stock & derivatives

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  4. Episode 43: Ed Boyden | New Tools for Neuroscience | Click to Listen — After On

    Ed’s creations include optogenetics – a method for exploring and triggering neural circuits on a far more granular level than had ever been possible before. More recently, his lab developed a technology called expansion microscopy. Rather than magnifying the image of a microscopic object, this delig

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  5. Shahriar Discusses 5G | The Amp Hour Electronics Podcast

    Shahriar from The Signal Path returns to talk with Dave about 5G and the practical implementation of new broadband technologies. This discussion ranged from phased signal arrays to the importance of processing new information via the internet.

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  6. Petty Tyrant - This American Life

    The rise and fall of a school maintenance man in Schenectady, New York who terrorized his staff and got away with it for decades.

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  7. Who Is Selling the Product? - Bootstrapped Web

    MicroConf is right around the corner! We are excited and really looking forward to this year’s event.

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  8. Posts - ARK Investment Management

    Economics, Trade Relations, And Innovation — Recognizing Investment Potential with Dr. Art Laffer and Cathie Wood



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    Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:33:42Welcome back to FYI, the For Your Innovation Podcast from ARK Invest. Today on the show we are joined by two special guests. First we have, Catherine Wood CEO and CIO of ARK Invest, as well as a her mentor, former professor, and advisor to ARK Investment Management LLC, Dr. Art Laffer. You might know Dr. Laffer from his famous Laffer Curve. He first gained prominence during the Reagan administration as a member of President Reagan’s Economic Policy Advisory Board. Dr. Art Laffer is also the founder and chairman of Laffer Associates, an institutional economic research and consulting firm, as well as Laffer Investments, an institutional investment management firm utilizing diverse investment strategies. In today’s episode we reflect back on Dr. Laffer’s time in the Reagan administration, and what technology and economics was like back in the 80s. We also unpack exactly how the Laffer Curve works, and why cutting taxes can actually result in generating more income for a country as a whole. Finally, we dive into the intricacies of the US-China relations, why they are critical for economic advancement, and the incredible opportunities that lie within free trade. For all this and more, be sure to listen in to today’s episode!



    Key Points From This Episode:

    Laffer’s introduction to ARK Invest and his first impressions.

    Reflecting back on the 80s and Dr. Laffer’s time in the Reagan administration.

    The technology perspective of the 80s: the technology boom cycle.

    A brief overview of the Laffer Curve, and why it was created.

    Recognizing the benefits of cutting tax rates to generate more income.

    The current state of where the US economy is headed.

    Laffer’s view on today’s US and China relations

    Importance of a great trading relationship with China.

    What free trade would do for the markets; investment attraction.

    Books Dr. Laffer is reading that are exciting from a technology perspective.

    Understanding the pro-cancer narrative of the future.



    “Nostalgia always creates an image of the past that isn’t true.” — Dr. Art Laffer [0:06:24]

    “Technology is not new, but it’s a different form today.” — Dr. Art Laffer [0:09:25]

    “Every time we’ve cut the highest tax rate, tax revenues from the top 1% of income earners have gone way up, not down.” — Dr. Art Laffer [0:12:32]

    “I see no reason why China and the US shouldn’t be the closest allies ever.” — Dr. Art Laffer [0:21:55]

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  9. SE-Radio Episode 356: Tim Coulter on Truffle, Smart Contracts and DApp Development with Truffle, Truffle Ecosystem and Roadmap : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 356: Tim Coulter on Truffle, Smart Contracts and DApp Development with Truffle, Truffle Ecosystem and Roadmap

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    on February 14, 2019


    Tim Coulter, the founder of Truffle (Ethereum DApp development framework) discusses the Truffle framework for Ethereum SmartContracts and Decentralized App development. Kishore Bhatia spoke with Tim Coulter about Ethereum Decentralized Apps (DApps) and Truffle as a DApp development, deployment and testing framework.

    The interview also covers Tim’s journey creating the Truffle framework with a deep-dive on it’s components and features w/ examples, Truffle ecosystem in 2018 – Truffle box, Ganache and DApp tutorials

    Related Links

    SE-Radio previous Blockchain podcasts:

    Episode: 297

    Episode: 343

    Blog Articles

    Truffle Blog

    Truffle Overview

    Truffle Box



    Other Sources


    CryptoZombies Tutorial from Loom Network

    Guest’s LinkedIn

    Guest Twitter: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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