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  1. Der Gehirnchirug der KI

    Der Wissenschaftler Sebastian Lapuschkin hat eine neue Methode entwickelt, um KI-Entscheidungen transparent zu machen. Wir reden mit ihm darüber, wie sich die Black Box der KI aufbrechen lässt - und warum das so wichtig ist.

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  2. LNP100 Gehört schon zum Establishment

    Zur hundertsten Ausgabe von Logbuch:Netzpolitik wollten wir Euch etwas ganz besonderes bieten und haben daher das Gespräch mit Hans-Christian Ströbele gesucht und gefunden. Hans-Christian Ströbele spielt seit Jahrzehnten eine besondere Rolle in der deutschen Politik und ist zeitlebens ein unermüdlicher Kämpfer für Frieden, Recht und Freiheit gewesen. Wir haben ihn in seinem Bundestagsbüro besucht und ihn zu Themen befragt, die uns auch hier im Programm laufend begegnen und uns regelmäßig den Kopf schütteln lassen.

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  3. “Das hat nichts mit der politischen Realität zu tun” | deutschlandfunkkultur.de

    Der CDU-Vorsitzende Friedrich Merz sieht in einer "Zensurkultur" von links die "größte Bedrohung für die Meinungsfreiheit". Die Autorin Annika Brockschmidt wirft ihm vor, damit die Gefahr von rechts zu verharmlosen und rechte Narrative zu bedienen.

    https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/friedrich-merz-und-cancel-culture-was-droht-uns-aus-den-usa-dlf-kultur-6e424011-100.html

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  4. Bauer & Bot: Smarter together - Robotik in der Landwirtschaft (16.05.2022)

    Den „Roboter“ kennen wir aus dem Fernsehen oder der Fabrik. Aber nicht auf dem Feld zwischen Zuckerrüben, Salat und Co. Ob Unkraut jäten oder Saatgut ausbringen – Roboter übernehmen immer öfter heute noch zum Teil manuell erledigte Tätigkeiten auf dem Feld. Der „Marsrover“ auf dem Acker verspricht für den in der Landwirtschaft Tätigen Arbeitserleichterung und ressourcenschonenderes Wirtschaften z. B. hinsichtlich des Einsatzes von Pflanzenschutzmitteln.

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  5. MonetDB: Scale Up Before You Scale Out (Martin Kersten)

    CMU Database Group - Vaccination Database Tech Talks (2021) Speakers: Martin Kersten (CWI) MonetDB: Scale Up Before You Scale Out

    May 24, 2021 https://db.cs.cmu.edu/seminar2021/#db17

    Sponsors: OtterTune (https://ottertune.com) Steven Moy Foundation for Keeping it Real (https://stevenmoyfoundation.org)

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  6. An Inside Look At eBay’s Software Practices

    eBay are one of the big famous web companies, but in their own words, they lag behind leaders in the industry in their software engineering approach. In recent years they have started work on changing that and moving to a Continuous Delivery approach. So what is working at eBay like? What do DevOps and Continuous Delivery look like at eBay scale? This episode is an inside look into software development at eBay, and the changes, and improvements, that the “Velocity Program” has made. How do you move a legacy organisation and system, that wasn’t designed with Continuous Delivery in mind, to a modern CD-focused org?

    In this episode, Dave Farley, author of Continuous Delivery, CD Pipelines and Modern Software Engineering, explores the changes that eBay have made, their impact, and what they have learned from the experience so far.

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  7. Potholes in the road from monolithic hell - Chris Richardson (Eventuate)

    Potholes in the road from monolithic hell: Microservices adoption anti-patterns

    A typical mission-critical enterprise application is a large, complex monolith developed by large team. The velocity of software delivery is usually slow, and the team struggles to keep up with the demands of the business. Consequently, many enterprise applications are good candidates to be migrated to the microservice architecture. As you might expect, migrating to microservices requires an enterprise to tackle numerous technology-related challenges. But enterprises often encounter obstacles that have less to do with technology and more to do with strategy, process, and organization.

    Chris Richarson details several anti-patterns of microservices adoption that he’s observed while working with clients around the world. You’ll learn the challenges that enterprises often face and how to overcome them as well as how to avoid the potholes when escaping monolithic hell.

    Subscribe to O'Reilly on YouTube: http://goo.gl/n3QSYi

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    https://microservices.io/microservices/general/2018/11/04/potholes-in-road-from-monolithic-hell.html

    Available for 30 days after download

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  8. Gastroegyptology (BREAD BAKING) with Seamus Blackley

    https://www.alieward.com/ologies/gastroegyptology

    Sourdough starters! Ancient yeasts! Why we need/knead dough! And why you don’t need to buy a starter to start. Polymath, particle physicist, inventor of the Xbox, and truly delightful fermentation nerd Seamus Blackley joins to chat about his kitchen adventures resurrecting dormant yeasts from 4,000 Egyptian baking vessels, plus wild yeasts, the infuriating myth of “yeast scarcity,” the beauty of everyday objects, the debt we owe our ancestors, the joy of getting to know your dough plus tons of tips for newbie and experienced bakers. The first half is all about the history of baking and yeasts and some hot Egyptian gossip, then we roll up our sleeves in the second half for how-tos. Forward this episode to anyone who bakes, who wants to bake, who lovingly feeds their jar of yeasts, who is intimidated by it or who just needs a lesson on how to slow down and enjoy the dormancy period we’re in right now. This episode’s got it all. Including some truly shameless bread puns.

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