Building a new app in Go can involve a lot of technical decisions. How will your code be structured? How will you handle background jobs? What will your deploy process look like? In this episode we will walk through the decisions made while building the public release of Pace.dev.
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Today’s Heavy Networking explores ideas for designing a new networking certification program built around a network design challenge that focuses on broad, systems-oriented knowledge. The goal isn’t to replace current certifications, but to create an option that emphasizes deep knowledge of protocols and networking concepts. Our guests are Russ White and Scott Morris.
Eric Sprott discusses the latest surge in precious metals prices but also answers a long list of listener questions regarding the precious metals markets and the mining shares.
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The founder of the biggest hedge fund has plans to restructure capitalism to better serve more people. And, the White House is out with an executive order to try to remove some legal protections for social media companies.
Originally published July 25, 2019. We are taking a few weeks off. We’ll be back soon with new episodes. Envoy is an open source edge and service proxy that was originally developed at Lyft. Envoy is often deployed as a sidecar application that runs alongside a service and helps that service by providing features such
Executives can thrive at work and in life by adopting a leadership model that revolves around finding their strengths and connecting with others.
Economist and author Branko Milanovic of the Graduate Center, CUNY, talks about his book, Capitalism, Alone, with EconTalk host Russ Roberts. They discuss inequality, the challenge of corruption in the Chinese system, and Milanovic’s claim that in American capitalism, the texture of daily life is increasingly affected by the sharing economy and other opportunities.
In this interview, I talk to Ben Prentice and Collin, the creators of
WTFhappenedin1971.com. We discuss the gold standard, the Bretton Woods
Agreement, monetary policy, inflation and hyperbitcoinisation.
Episode 14: What developers should know about security with Troy Hunt - Software Engineering Unlocked
In this episode, I talk to Troy Hunt, a leading security expert. Troy is a successful Pluralsight author and runs security workshops all around the world. He also is person behind the popular web haveIbeenPwned, which allows everybody to check whether their data has been exposed in a data breach. In this episode, we talk…
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