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  1. Heavy Networking 498: Creating A Single Source Of Truth For Network Automation - Packet Pushers

    For network automation you need a single source of truth that’s programmatically accessible, reflects intended state, and enables others to stand up infrastructure correctly without you getting in the middle of every provisioning request. Tim Schreyack joins us today to discuss network automation approaches using Ansible and Python, and of course, a single source of truth.

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  2. 166. Solving the Climate Crisis by Fixing the Politics of Kyoto Protocol and Paris Accords | Gerald Kutney | The Disruptors

    Gerald Kutney (@geraldkutney) is a climate scientist, professor, journalist/speaker, author and…

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  3. Sprott Money News Weekly Wrap-up - 1.3.20

    Eric Sprott discusses the strong price action in the precious metals as 2019 ends and 2020 begins.

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  4. Software Defined Talk Episode 212: “The Four” from the Exegesis Podcast

    This is an episode from the Exegesis Back Catalog. Coté and Brandon review Scott Galloway’s book the "The Four."

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  5. Show 332: Don’t Believe The Programming Hype

    Do network engineers need to learn programming if they want to keep their jobs? Russ White, Matt Oswalt, & Steve Hood join the Packet Pushers to discuss.

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  6. Ted Chiang on Free Will, Time Travel, Many Worlds, Genetic Engineering, and Hard Science Fiction

    Steve and Corey speak with Ted Chiang about his recent story collection "Exhalation" and his inaugural essay for the New York Times series, Op-Eds from the Future. Chiang has won Nebula and Hugo awards for his widely influential science fiction writing. His short story "Story of Your Life," was the basis of the film Arrival (2016). Their discussion explores the scientific and philosophical ideas in Ted’s work, including whether free will is possible, and implications of AI, neuroscience, and time travel. Ted explains why his skepticism about whether the US is truly a meritocracy leads him to believe that the government-funded genetic modification he envisages in his Op-Ed would not solve the problem of inequality.

    Exhalation by Ted Chiang

    Stories of Your Life and Others by Ted Chiang

    Ted Chiang’s New York Times Op-Ed From the Future


    man·i·fold /ˈmanəˌfōld/ many and various.

    In mathematics, a manifold is a topological space that locally resembles Euclidean space near each point.

    Steve H…

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  7. Day Two Cloud 028: Using Ansible And Cisco NSO To Automate Hybrid And Multi-Cloud (Sponsored) - Packet Pushers

    Day Two Cloud explores how network engineers can delight their application counterparts by making network resources effortlessly consumable in hybrid and multi-cloud deployments using Cisco’s Network Services Orchestrator (NSO) and Ansible. Our guests are Carl Moberg, Senior Director of Product Management at Cisco; and Peter Sprygata, Distinguished Engineer at Ansible by Red Hat. Cisco is our sponsor for today’s episode.

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  8. Ray Kurtwelz

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  9. Akka Roundtable - New Akka Actors, Why Akka Cluster, And More On Akka 2.6

    In this special roundtable conversation about all things Akka, we sit down with notable Akka experts Helena Edelson, Johan Andren, and Manuel Bernhardt, to discuss the recent release of Akka 2.6, which introduces the long-awaited Typed Actor API to overall toolkit.

    For the videocast version of this, and more Akka resources, see the Lightbend blog:

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  10. return errors.Wrap(err, “Holiday Episode”) by All Systems Go • A podcast on Anchor

    This week Kofi and Chris talk about New Year’s Coding resolutions, kubering your netes in a terminal UI, a VS Code vs. GoLand mini-challenge, and everything they learned about Go Errors during this week’s challenge. 


    Gophercon 2020 tickets are on sale, Call for Proposals is open!

    K9s curses based terminal UI for Kubernetes -

    Instant messaging server with a pure Go backend -

    Gosec Golang security checker -

    Error package -

    GopherCon 2019: Marwan Sulaiman - Handling Go Errors -

    Error Handling in Upspin -

    Failure is your Domain -

    Kubernetes contributors guide: GitHub workflow - 

    Next Week’s Challenge: New Year’s Coding Resolutions!

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