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  1. Neha Narula Episode 16 (Proof Of Work Edition)

    Distributed systems can be pretty hard things to understand, so I’m always on the lookout for someone who manages to explain these things well. Neha Narula is one such person, and I was lucky enough to see one of her sessions at Øredev late last year.

    After spending several years researching distributed systems at Google, Neha is now working at the MIT Media Lab looking into uses of the blockchain. During our interview, we talk about distributed databases, why distributed transactions can be a pretty good solution sometimes, and how much Postgres rocks!

    You can follow Neha on Twitter @neha, and find her blog at http://transientneha.blogspot.com/.

    https://soundcloud.com/magpietalkshow/neha-narula-episode-16

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  2. Magpie Talkshow Episode 10 - Martin Fowler (Small Room Edition)

    Many of you have probably heard of my colleague Martin Fowler before. I’m lucky enough to get to work with him on occasion as part of my role on ThoughtWorks’ Technology Advisory Board, which is an internal body inside ThoughtWorks itself. One of our main jobs is putting out the twice yearly Technology Radar, and I was in our New York office recently to work on the new version when Martin and I found time to catch up for a chat.

    Recorded in a rather cozy room, we talked about many things, including how Martin got where he is today, how the tech radar is created, and even the future of computing books.

    During the interview we reference quite a few things, so there are a bunch of links for further reading if you’re so inclined:

    And the latest version of the tech radar can be found here: (https://www.thoughtworks.com/radar)

    https://soundcloud.com/magpietalkshow/magpie-talkshow-episode-10-martin-fowler-small-room-edition

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  3. Magpie Talkshow Episode 2 - Venkat Subramaniam (International Man Of Mystery Edition)

    In this week’s episode, I speak to Venkat Subramaniam. Venkat seems to have the stamina of 5 normal people - whenever I start to feel sorry for myself about my own hectic schedule, I look at what Venkat is up to and realise that I have no cause to complain. Aside from being a serial author, and conference speaker, Venkat also finds time to do consulting and training too, all while continuing to be incredibly passionate about his work. In this interview we talk about many things, but in particular functional programming and how you might be able to try it out in environments that are otherwise a bit more traditional.

    We caught up in what I thought would be a nice quiet location at NDC Oslo, only to find that I had placed us next to a coffee machine. I’ll get this right one day.

    If you want to know more about his work or what he is up to, you can head over to his website at agiledeveloper.com/

    https://soundcloud.com/magpietalkshow/magpie-talkshow-episode-2-venkat-subramaniam-international-man-of-mystery-edition

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  4. 38: Nobody Actually Knows What They’re Doing | Reactive

    Kahlil is hanging out with rhinos and bats. How C should be taught. Turns out our show notes are useful. Budo is awesome! Squishy Circuits are not just for kids! Github changed its pricing model. We have tons of new slack members!

    http://reactive.audio/38

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  5. Bob Moesta, President At The Re-Wired Group

    Intercom co-founder Des Traynor takes a deep dive into the Jobs-to-be-Done framework for innovation with Bob Moesta, President and CEO at The Re-Wired Group. Bob is a principal architect of JTBD and has had a hand in developing more than 3,500 products in the past 30 years.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/intercom/bob-moesta-president-at-the-rewired-group
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  6. Ride the Lightning: Tesla Motors Unofficial Podcast

    Tesla Motors enthusiasts looking for a show about the latest news and analysis on the all-electric high-performance vehicle company need look no further. Ride the Lightning: Tesla Motors Unofficial Podcast is a weekly show made for Tesla fans and owners by Tesla community veteran Ryan McCaffrey. Each week we’ll cover everything happening with the Model S, Model X, Model 3, Gigafactory, and more!

    http://teslapodcast.libsyn.com/

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  7. Kubernetes, Docker, and the Distributed Operating System with Kelsey Hightower — Software Engineering Daily — Overcast

    https://overcast.fm/+E6UA9W60c/21:26

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  8. The Business of Freelancing, Episode 51: Bryce Bladon on Avoiding “Clients From Hell” - Double Your Freelancing

    Today I am talking with Bryce Bladon. He is the curator of “clients from hell”. Today we talk about everything from qualifying new clients to setting expec

    https://doubleyourfreelancing.com/business-freelancing-episode-51-bryce-bladon-avoiding-clients-hell/

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  9. SE-Radio Episode 255: Monica Beckwith on Java Garbage Collection : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 255: Monica Beckwith on Java Garbage Collection

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    by SE-Radio

    on April 26, 2016

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    Monica Beckwith joins Robert Blumen for a discussion of java garbage collection. What is garbage collection? GC algorithms; history of GC in the java language; fragmentation and compaction; generational strategies; causes of pauses; impact of pauses on application performance; tuning GC; GC on multi-core and large memory machines; should production servers be implemented in non-GC languages?; going off heap and other programming techniques to avoid garbage; the future of java GC.

    Venue: Internet

    Related Links

    Monica Beckwith’s content on InfoQ  http://www.infoq.com/author/Monica-BeckwithTips for Tuning the G1 Collector http://www.infoq.com/articles/tuning-tips-G1-GCDeep Dive into the G1 Collector by Monica Beckwith and Charlie Hunt http://www.infoq.com/presentations/java-g1InfoQ java garbage collection mini-book http://www.infoq.com/news/2015/12/java-garbage-collection-Java garbage collection distilled by Martin Thompson http://www.infoq.com/articles/Java_Garbage_Collection_DistilledUnderstanding Java Garbage Collection by Gil Tene http://www.infoq.com/presentations/Understanding-Java-Garbage-CollectionG1: The Garbage Collector to Rule Them All by Monica Beckwith http://www.infoq.com/articles/G1-One-Garbage-Collector-To-Rule-Them-All

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/seradio/SE-Radio-Episode-255-Monica-Beckwith-on-Java-Garbage-Collection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    http://www.se-radio.net/2016/04/se-radio-episode-255-monica-beckwith-on-java-garbage-collection/

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  10. The Web Platform Podcast : 83: An Introduction to Riot.js

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    http://thewebplatformpodcast.com/83-an-introduction-to-riotjs

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