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For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a developer and how the art and practice of software programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, we host important conversations and fascinating guests that will help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed. Hosted by Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams, and Ceora Ford, the Stack Overflow Podcast is your home for all things code.
 
Want to learn what it takes to start, develop and build a successful career in the Information Technology industry? The IT Career Energizer podcast enables you to find out how. More than 300 IT and tech professionals, consultants and experts have shared their career experiences and insights to help you to succeed. Previous guests have included Jeff Atwood (Stack Overflow), Troy Hunt (Have I Been Pwned), Nicole Archambault (La Vie en Code), April Wensel (Compassionate Coding), Kent Beck (Agil ...
 
I share stories and tips from my 3 decades of experience in the Big Tech industry, including working for many years at both Amazon and Google. This is not a deeply technical show. I talk mostly about things like tech leadership, corporate decision-making, politics, dysfunction, and how to be a better engineer. Anyone interested in Big Tech should be able to listen to this and enjoy the storytelling.
 
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Your gateway into the world of software development. Targeted at all levels from new career switchers taking their first tentative steps into tech to hardened veterans who've been round the block more times than they care to admit but keep coming back for me. Follow All The Code to hear inspiring stories, daring development tales and the odd bit of JS bashing 😀
 
This is a podcast series designed for the C-level suite of small-to-medium sized companies who are trying to maximize technology for their organization. We’re getting behind some of the buzzwords, introducing potential new concepts, and contextualizing it all into a format that will allow them to become actionable.
 
Andela is a global engineering organization that connects leading technology companies and talented software developers from around the world. We enable companies to build high-performing engineering teams while providing a platform for talented technologists to accelerate their expertise. Backed by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, GV (Google Ventures) and Spark Capital, Andela is building the next generation of global technology leaders. Building For The Next Billion is Andela's podcast that dis ...
 
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Huge thanks to the more than 73,000 devs from 180 countries who spent 15 minutes each completing our 2022 Developer Survey. This year’s survey was longer than usual, since we wanted to ask about new topics as well as provide a historical throughline to understand how your responses have changed over the years. Among the takeaways from the survey: 2…
 
Hey folks! I'm very pleased to be hosting Jeff Atwood as our guest this week. Jeff was co-creator of Stack Overflow, which is by far one of the most successful Q&A sites ever created, and is every programmer's best friend. Jeff and I talked about all sorts of stuff. I didn't have a fixed agenda and just let the conversation roll. Jeff talks about q…
 
Has a Google AI chatbot become sentient? And will a U.S. ban on the sale of location and health data make a difference? Join us this episode to find out, as we discuss everything from savory croissants to cross-site browser cookies. 🥐🍪 We also invite Scott Lougheed, 1Password’s Manager of Education & Training, to the show, to celebrate the launch o…
 
Simon B went to the AWS summit in Milan and comes back with interesting data based stats about Formula 1 and shares his experience of the conference including the Gameday challenge for developers. Meanwhile Simon G has silently opened up his latest side project Ionic Blocks to the world and already made a sale without any official announcement, Lin…
 
GitHub Copilot is now available to all developers. There’s also the GitHub Copilot Labs extension for Visual Studio Code, which has some neat tricks up its sleeve. Yes, Copilot is impressive; no, it’s not gunning for your job. ICYMI, check out our blog post exploring whether AI is poised to steal our livelihoods: The robots are coming for (the bori…
 
In this week’s show, Phil talks to Howard Scott Warshaw, a video game pioneer, an award-winning filmmaker, an innovative technologist, an author, and a Museum of Modern Art artist. He now employs this eclectic skillset as a psychotherapist in California’s Silicon Valley. His latest book, “Once Upon Atari” (subtitled How I made history by killing an…
 
We deep dive on using NextJS comparing SSR, SSG and MDX as a course platform and the stack we want to build for our own new course platforms. We also explore how big a job it will be to move from an existing Wordpress site to a new platform. And just where is the full stack JS framework for Angular? Simon B's 30 Days of JavaScript Simon G's Ionic A…
 
RIP Internet Explorer (1995-2022), “a good tool to download other browsers.” Bummer epitaph, but the meme stands. Netlify’s unified web development workflow has out-of-this-world benefits for developer experience. Learn more by watching A Tale of Web Development in Two Universes. Netlify recently announced Netlify Edge Functions, a fully serverless…
 
Enabled Play helps people turn anything into a new input for their computers, game consoles, and more. Powered by offline, private, and personalized Artificial Intelligence and distributed services – all packed into affordable devices and apps. Imagine playing Elden Ring with just your facial expressions! Or enabling keyboards, mice, and game pads …
 
Simon B was invited to the AWS summit in Milan, which got us thinking: What's possible as a developer influencer? Can you earn a living as a developer influencer creating tech specific content? We talk about our own journeys of building an audience and how this opens all kinds of chances, and how you can diversify your income streams as an independ…
 
Docs for Devs: An Engineer’s Field Guide to Technical Writing can be found here. Jared worked as a technical writer at Google for more than 14 years and recently transitioned to Waymo, the self-driving car company spun out under the Alphabet umbrella. You can find him on Twitter and LinkedIn. Zachary has been a technical writer at GitHub and the Li…
 
Hey folks! Today's episode is an intro to Service Meshes. There are many, many players in this space, and I only talk about a few of them. Notably I left out Buoyant, which provides a mesh based on linkerd. So this is not a full comparison of all possible options. But it does cover a lot of the big ones. This episode has some sound and picture issu…
 
In this week’s show, Phil talks to Janet T Phan, the Founder and Executive Director of Thriving Elements and Senior Technical Product Manager for Amazon’s Project Kuiper. She has a vision to develop and empower young women in STEM to make a sustainable impact and inspire the next generation of women leaders. Janet talks to Phil about the value in m…
 
As Simon G wades deeper in to React land he asks the question "Do all developers need to care about SSR, SSG and the edge?" letting Simon B take a wander down memory lane highlighting how much of this new stuff is really just old stuff packaged up for the JavaScript age. Simon B's 30 Days of JavaScript Simon G's Ionic Academy Links: NextJS Remix La…
 
WWDC22 was last week (check out Apple’s highlights here). Among the most exciting demonstrations: passkeys, a new approach to authentication with the potential to finally replace passwords altogether. Apple also announced enhancements to Swift, its programming language, and a new flagship processor, the M2 chip. Now that iMessage users will be able…
 
Quinn saw a problem and connected a community. Folks like Gina at OctoPrint (Episode 470!) have made our 3D Printers wireless, but OctoEverywhere means you can connect to OctoPrint safely and securely from anywhere! How did Quinn make this service, scale it, and what's it like to have a side hustle that helps tens of thousands? http://octoeverywher…
 
Ever since personal information started flowing into applications on the web, securing that information has become more and more important. General security and privacy frameworks like ISO-27001 and PCI provide guidance in securing systems. Now the law has gotten involved with the European Union’s GDPR and California’s CPRA. More laws are on the wa…
 
On today’s show we react to WWDC, discuss everything new with iOS 16, and what Passkeys will mean for passwords. Plus we offer up an extended-edition of Watchtower Weekly and kick-off a brand new game! Who will stumble and be lost for words in our Security Question Generation Game?❓👀 🏰 Watchtower Weekly Apple WWDC 2022: The 16 biggest announcements…
 
Temporal Technologies is a scalable open-source platform for developers to build and run reliable cloud applications. ICYMI, here’s a post we wrote with Ryland Goldstein, Head of Product at Temporal, discussing how software engineering has shifted from a monolithic to a microservices model—thereby introducing a whole new set of challenges for softw…
 
Hey folks, Someone asked me for career advice on whether they should make the jump over onto the management track. We had a nice conversation about it and I decided to give a little talk on it this week. I had some technical issues and wound up getting delayed a day; my apologies. I also apologize that the editing is a bit choppy. It's a little bit…
 
In this week’s show, Phil talks to Jossie Haines, a software engineering leader at the forefront of emerging customer technology across Silicon Valley. She has held management roles at Apple, Zynga and American Express and she is currently VP of Software Engineering and Head of DEI at Tile. She’s also a public speaker and she coaches technology lea…
 
HASH, where Maggie works along with Stack Overflow cofounder Joel Spolsky, is an open-core platform for creating simulations that help people make better decisions. Explore Maggie’s writing on everything from digital anthropology to best practices for illustrating invisible programming concepts. Maggie recommends the Nielsen Norman Group website as…
 
Foone Turing is a self-proclaimed "software necromancer" not only bringing classics back to life, but also breathing new life and community into older software and hardware. Foone and Scott recently worked with Microsoft to get Microsoft 3D Movie Maker released as Open Source. We'll hear about Foone's plans for 3D Movie Maker going forward, as well…
 
The first step in quantum computing? Quantum internet: a network capable of sending quantum information between far-distant computing machines (as in, one on Earth and one on Mars). Still have questions? In case it’s been a while since your last physics course: Schrödinger’s cat. Retool’s 2022 State of Engineering Time reveals how software engineer…
 
In this week’s show, Phil talks to Adrianus Warmenhoven, a Defensive Strategist and Threat Intelligence Manager at NordVPN. He is responsible for getting the most relevant Indicators of Compromise, malware samples and their indicators and mapping out the threat landscape for the company’s customers. He has undertaken security reviews and advised co…
 
The Web3 crime of the century? Seth Green’s Bored Ape NFT is kidnapped by dastardly phishing scammers, kiboshing the TV series Green was developing around the Bored Ape character. Read more. Ceora served as a resident emcee at this year’s Remix Conf. She and Cassidy offer advice for developers who want to give talks or host conferences. In tech ind…
 
In 2014 Daniel José Older was an EMT in New York City, today he's the author of 19 books, the most recent being Ballad & Dagger (Outlaw Saints, #1). He sits down with Scott to talk about being a creator in public, how social media has changed how the public interacts with authors, what his creative process is like, and how Young Adults are his favo…
 
While blockchains are huge right now, finding one to build on that doesn’t use a ton of energy, has good privacy protections, and operates efficiently is harder than it looks. The original breakout blockchain, Bitcoin, was slow to adopt any innovations coming out of research. Other blockchains use the electricity of a small country to play elaborat…
 
In this jam-packed episode, we reveal our giveaway winners and invite you to compete in the Quest for the Lost Console – our three week online puzzle game event with real world prizes! Tune in for an exclusive podcast clue. 🎮🎙 We also sit down with not just one, but two guests! Christina Warren stops by to tell us all about GitHub's Maintainer Mont…
 
Jason is now a managing director at Redpoint Ventures and has led one investment so far, backing a company called Alchemy that is focused on infrastructure and dev tools for web3. He describes himself as a "very average" programmer, but an excellent engineer, and explains how he parlayed his unique skill set into key roles at Heroku and GitHub. Our…
 
In this week’s show, Phil talks to Mark Angle the Chief Cloud Operations Officer at OneStream, having previously held leadership positions in areas including data centre operations, service desk, enterprise architecture and service delivery. His passions lie at the intersection of technology, science, and nature but he gets his in-office adrenaline…
 
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