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  1. Go Time #31: Go, Jocko, and Kafka with Travis Jeffery | Changelog

    Travis Jeffery joined the show to talk about Go, Jocko, Kafka, how Kafka’s storage internals work, and interesting Go projects and news.

    https://changelog.com/gotime/31

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  2. Go Time #37: Gobot, Hardware, and Gatekeeping with Ron Evans | Changelog

    Ron Evans joined the show to talk about Gobot, writing software for hardware, and open source software’s role in improving the human condition.

    https://changelog.com/gotime/37

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  3. Launching a New Service in 5 Days & Hitting Your Product Stride - Bootstrapped Web

    http://media.blubrry.com/bootstrappedweb/p/content.blubrry.com/bootstrappedweb/Launching_a_New_Service_in_5_Days_Hitting_Your_Product_Stride.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSWe have some big news coming up the following weeks. Brian discussed his recent experience with Facebook ads and the pros and cons of marketing on the platform. Jordan shares his found  his new found security in his business. We are really excited about the new rewrites and product launches and we talk about it all!

    Marketing needs to make that promise and then the product needs to deliver on that promise. – Jordan Powered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This

    Here are today’s conversation points:

    Brian’s Facebook ads and the results.

    Jordan’s new confidence in Carthook.

    Tweaking the Calendar app for beta testers.

    Brian’s new service Audience Ops Express.

    The reasons people leave Audience Ops.

    How Audience Ops Express would change those reasons.

    Carthook’s new release.

    How to move into a self serve business model.

    Audience Op’s Calendar gets a new name.

    Gearing up for Microconf. Las Vegas.

    We’ll do all the extra leg work to get it proofread, polished… whatever needs to happen. – BrianPowered By the Tweet This PluginTweet This

    Resources Mentioned Today:

    Carthook

    Audience Ops

    Ops Calendar

    MicroConf. Las Vegas

    As always, thanks for tuning in. Head here to leave a  review in iTunes.

    http://bootstrappedweb.com/launching-new-service-5-days-hitting-product-stride/

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  4. Go Time #37: Gobot, Hardware, and Gatekeeping with Ron Evans | Changelog

    Ron Evans joined the show to talk about Gobot, writing software for hardware, and open source software’s role in improving the human condition.

    https://changelog.com/gotime/37

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  5. Deep Learning That’s Easy to Implement and Easy to Scale

    In this episode of the Data Show, I spoke with Anima Anandkumar, a leading machine learning researcher, and currently a principal research scientist at Amazon. I took the opportunity to get an update on the latest developments on the use of tensors in machine learning. Most of our conversation centered around MXNet—an open source, efficient, scalable deep learning framework. I’ve been a fan of MXNet dating back to when it was a research project out of CMU and UW, and I wanted to hear Anandkumar’s perspective on its recent progress as a framework for enterprises and practicing data scientists.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/oreilly-radar/deep-learning-thats-easy-to-implement-and-easy-to-scale
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  6. Tom Coates on Conversational Devices

    In this episode of the O’Reilly Bots Podcast, I speak with Tom Coates, co-founder of Thington, a service layer for the Internet of Things. Thington provides a conversational, messaging-like interface for controlling devices like lights and thermostats, but it’s also conversational at a deeper level: its very architecture treats the interactions between different devices like a conversation, allowing devices to make announcements to any other device that cares to listen.

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/oreilly-radar/tom-coates-on-conversational-devices
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  7. SE-Radio Episode 284: John Allspaw on System Failures: Preventing, Responding, and Learning From : Software Engineering Radio

    SE-Radio Episode 284: John Allspaw on System Failures: Preventing, Responding, and Learning From

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    by SE-Radio

    on March 7, 2017

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    John Allspaw CTO of Etsy speaks with Robert Blumen about systemic failures and outages; how are systems defended against outages?; why do they fail anyway?; why are failures not entirely preventable?; why do outages involve multiple failures?; the time that Etsy identified it’s own office as a potential source of fraud; the human as part of the system; is human error an important component of failure?; understanding human action during failures; what can we learn from outages?; effective post-mortems; testing as a way of preventing failure; the limitations of testing; testing in production.

    Venue: Internet

    Related Links

    Richard Cook MD: How complex systems fail http://web.mit.edu/2.75/resources/random/How%20Complex%20Systems%20Fail.pdf

    Each necessary, but only jointly sufficient http://www.kitchensoap.com/2012/02/10/each-necessary-but-only-jointly-sufficient/

    The Myth of the Root Cause: How Complex Web Systems Fail http://blog.scalyr.com/2016/10/the-myth-of-the-root-cause/

    Irreversible Failures: Lessons from the DynamoDB Outage http://blog.scalyr.com/2015/09/irreversible-failures-lessons-from-the-dynamodb-outage/

    Fault Injection in Production http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=2353017

    Hindsight bias https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hindsight_bias

    Chaos engineering http://principlesofchaos.org/

    Noah Sussman on twitter https://twitter.com/NoahSussman

    John Allspaw’s blog http://www.kitchensoap.com/

    Book: Web Operations Keeping the Data on Time by John Allspaw https://www.amazon.com/Web-Operations-Keeping-Data-Time-ebook/dp/B0043M4Z34/

    Book: The Art of Capacity Planning Scaling Web Resources by John Allspaw https://www.amazon.com/Art-Capacity-Planning-Scaling-Resources/dp/0596518579

    http://traffic.libsyn.com/seradio/SE-Radio-Episode-284-John-Allspaw-System-Failures.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

    http://www.se-radio.net/2017/03/se-radio-episode-284-john-allspaw-on-system-failures-preventing-responding-and-learning-from/

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  8. SPI 255: Deep Work with Cal Newport - The Smart Passive Income Blog

    On SPI 255, I explore the concept of deep work with the productivity, focus, and deep work mastermind, Cal Newport. Plus study habits you can start now.

    https://www.smartpassiveincome.com/podcasts/deep-work-with-cal-newport/?__s=tnzfedteszbiz5kyqkfo

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  9. Understanding Deep Neural Nets with Dr. James McCaffrey - TWiML Talk #13

    My guest this week is Dr. James McCaffrey, research engineer at Microsoft Research. James and I cover a ton of ground in this conversation, including recurrent neural nets (RNNs), convolutional neural nets (CNNs), long short term memory (LSTM) networks, residual networks (ResNets), generative adversarial networks (GANs), and more. We also discuss neural network architecture and promising alternative approaches such as symbolic computation and particle swarm optimization.

    The show notes can be found at twimlai.com/talk/13.

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  10. #66 — Living with Robots

    In this Episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Kate Darling about the ethical concerns surrounding our increasing use of robots and other autonomous systems. Kate Darling is a leading expert in robot ethics. She’s a researcher at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Lab, where she investigates social robotics and conducts experimental studies on human-robot interaction. Kate is also a fellow at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society and the Yale Information Society Project, and is an affiliate at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies. She explores the emotional connection between people and life-like machines, seeking to influence technology design and public policy. Her writing and research anticipate difficult questions that lawmakers, engineers, and the wider public will need to address as human-robot relationships evolve in the coming decades. Kate has a background in law & economics and intellectual property. 

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    Original video: https://soundcloud.com/samharrisorg/66-living-with-robots
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