Kit Richardson on King’s Quest VI Kit Richardson on King’s Quest VI: “… all I remember is the sound of midi waves, and the occasional seagull noise, and just serious levels of frustration …”…
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Leonard Richardson joins the show from across the Atlantic to talk about games as plot devices, generative content, storytelling, games which exploit the player, and dadaism. You may know Leonard as the creator of Robot Finds Kitten, the maintainer of Beautiful Soup and the author of Constellation Games, among his many other works.
In this week’s episode, Jay talks with April Richardson, one of the comedians behind Chelsea Lately and the new TruTV show Almost Genius. Last year, April did a comedy tour called "Louder Than Bombing," in which she followed Morrissey as he toured the US, doing stand up in every city he stopped in and going to all of his shows. Jay and April talk about living in Atlanta in the 90’s, why pastors are like comedians, and, of course, a lot about Morrissey.
You can follow April on Twitter (@apey) and Instagram (aprilrich), both of which we would highly recommend.
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"The Magic Arrow" Leonard Richardson 17 SEPTEMBER 2016 VIDEO SPONSORED BY CA TECHNOLOGIES: ca.com
"The Enterprise Media Distribution Platform At the End of This Book" Leonard Richardson 19 SEPTEMBER 2015 VIDEO SPONSORED BY CA TECHNOLOGIES: ca.com
Host Morgan Campbell is joined by Meghan McPeak and Dave Zirin to discuss the IOC’s ban of two Namibia runners, Sha’Carri Richardson’s positive cannabis test, and the first days of the NCAA’s name, image and likeness athlete partnerships.
Original video: https://www.cbc.ca/sports/olympics/summer/trackandfield/bring-it-in-sha-carri-richardson-july-6-1.6092231
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Episode 370: Chris Richardson on Microservice Patterns
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Chris Richardson of microservices.io and author of the book Microservice Patterns discuss microservice patterns which constitute a set of best practices and building-block solutions to problems inherent in building applications out of small coordinated services. Host Robert Blumen spoke with Richardson about the evolution of microservices, community adoption of best practices, patterns for inter-service communication (synchronous and asynchronous), async and high availability, the saga pattern and transactionality, transactional messaging, at most once delivery, and eventual consistency; the API gateway pattern and aggregation, latency and mobile devices, patterns for testing microservices, contract-driven testing, what does the Jenkins pipeline look like, production readiness patterns (log aggregation, metrics, distributed tracing), externalized configuration, and wrapped up with a few of Chris’s favorite anti-patterns.
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Microservice Patterns book by Chris Richardson
Microservice Anti-Patterns slide deck by Chris Richardson
O’Reilly keynote talk by Chris Richardson Potholes in the road from monolithic hell: Microservices adoption anti-patterns
213: James Lewis on Microservices
351: Bernd Rücker on Orchestrating Microservices with Workflow Management
337: Ben Sigelman on Distributed Tracing
210: Stefan Tilkov on Microservices and Architecture
219: Kafka with Jun Rao
215: The Gang of Four on Design Patterns
189: Eric Lubow on Polyglot Persistence
232: Mark Nottingham on HTTP/2
220: Jon Gifford on Log Aggregation
70: Gerard Meszaros on XUnit Test Patterns
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Pat welcomes April Richardson and David Wild to play songs that have the words "wild" or "crazy" in the song title.
Pat also produces and misses Kyle "Artie" Dodson.
Live at 5pm tonight on UnSpun #68, Clint Richardson joins us to discuss his new book, and Jacob Duellman returns to add to this fascinating discussion.
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