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  1. Facebook Engineering Process with Kent Beck - Software Engineering Daily

    Kent Beck is a legendary figure in the world of software engineering.  Kent was an early advocate of Test-Driven Development (TDD), and popularized the idea of writing unit tests before writing code that would satisfy those unit tests. A unit test isolates and tests a small piece of functionality within a large piece of software.


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  2. 024 - Kent Beck, Author of Test-Driven Development: By Example | The Ruby Testing Podcast

    In this episode I talk with Kent Beck about our TDD workflows as well as how to get started with testing if you feel like you don’t know how to start.


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  3. M&B06: Sandbox Campaign Prep • 9littlebees

    In Episode 6 of the Mud & Blood podcast, Liam and Matt look at sandbox campaigns - specifically what they are, why you should care, and how to go about preparing one.


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  4. 60. Adam Koebel | The One Shot Podcast

    Dungeon World co-designer and game streamer Adam Koebel shares insight on the relationship between design and play, and the future of streaming and game publishing.

    Adam’s WebsiteAdam on TwitterAdam on TwitchDungeon World


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  5. Spider’s Bite Episode 1 | Shark Bone Podcast

    http://media.blubrry.com/sharkbonepodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/sharkbonepodcast/SBP_SpidersBite_Ep01.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSDeep in the heart of Balgrendia, a plague strikes a small village. Desperate for help, the village sends three of its citizens to a nearby town for help, to bring a healer. This is their story.

    Spider’s Bite is a Shadow of the Demon Lord actual play featuring Kendall and Chris of the Redemption Podcast and Christopher as players. Kendall plays the goblin Pecker Longfellow. Chris plays the changeling Nel. Christopher plays the goblin Nip. The story is game mastered by Devon.

    The first 15 minutes of this episode is character creation. The gameplay begins after that point.

    The music for this episode is ‘No Longer the Damaged One’ by Ars Sonor. Parts of the song were used for the intro and outro of the episode.


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  6. Poisoned Whispers Episode 1 – The Basics | Shark Bone Podcast

    http://media.blubrry.com/sharkbonepodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/sharkbonepodcast/SBP_PoisonedWhispers_Ep001.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSOur return is overdue, but well worth the wait! While the the break may have seen hard and busy times for Christopher and I, we’ve pulled together and created something amazing: Poisoned Whispers, a podcast focusing on the wonderful game, Shadows of the Demon Lord. In this episode, Christopher and I talk about the basics of the setting in our Fast Turn and touch on the basics of the game mechanics in the Slow Turn. We are both major fans of this game and I think it shows in this episode. Please, enjoy it. Share it with your friends. And, by all the dark and profane gods, play the game!

    Episode Links

    AcadeCon KickstarterShadow of the Demon LordFast Turn/Slow Turn Blog PostA Measure of FaithWrecking Ball Surprise


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  7. Plot Points : 72: Shadow of the Demon Lord

    Enjoy Robert J. Schwalb’s delve into dark fantasy with Shadow of the Demon Lord. Tremble in fear, be afraid, and game away! Thanks as always to 50 Breaks for their music in this episode, and Chris Koterba for his producing magic!


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  8. Docker - Virtualisierung mit Containern


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  9. Kelsey Hightower on Software Engineering Daily talking about Kubernetes


    Tagged with kubernetes

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  10. Datanauts 071: Everything As Code With Mitchell Hashimoto - Packet Pushers -

    The Datanauts talk with HashiCorp co-founder Mitchell Hashimoto about infrastructure automation, why servers still matter, the growing role of APIs & more


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