[Software engineering radio] James Phillips on Service Discovery with consul http://www.se-radio.net/2016/08/se-radio-episode-264-james-phillips-on-service-discovery/
- what is service discovery and how can consul help?
[Adventures in Angular] New Developer Problems https://devchat.tv/adv-in-angular/103-aia-new-developer-problems
- Getting Setup to Develop in Angular 2, how hard should it be? and why does the default quick start contain 40,000+ files?
[Planet Money : NPR] Episode 548: Project Eavesdrop http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2016/07/29/487970769/episode-548-project-eavesdrop
- Planet Money's Steve Henn wanted to know just how much someone could learn about him by just sitting back and watching his internet traffic slide by. So he invited a couple hacking experts to bug his internet connection for a week.
[MS Dev Show] .Net Core with Scott Hunter https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/msdevshow/Episode-115-Net-Core-with-Scott-Hunter
- A talk with Scott Hunter about the amazing things going on with .NET core and ASP.NET.
[.NET Rocks!] State of DevOps at DevTeach http://www.dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?ShowNum=1329
- The conversation focuses first and foremost on culture - the chant of People, Process and Products around DevOps is not accidental, without a commitment in culture, nothing much can happen.
- How do we create organizations that are willing to admit failure and make improvements?
- Does it always have to come from the top?
- How do you get started down the DevOps path?
[Quiet: The Power of Introverts with Susan Cain] Episode 1: The Long runway http://www.quietrev.com/susan-cain-quiet-podcast/
- The first in a 10 part series. Susan Cain introduces you to the neuroscience of introversion and shares tips on how to help quiet kids navigate the world at their own pace.
[Start ups for the rest of us] Ten Lessons Every Startup Founder Should Learn from Bill Walsh http://www.startupsfortherestofus.com/episodes/episode-299-5-ten-lessons-every-startup-founder-should-learn-from-bill-walsh
- From the book ‘The Score Takes Care of Itself: My Philosophy of Leadership.’ by Bill Walsh who was the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, one of the greatest football coaches of all time.
- Everything starts with work ethic.
- Blame yourself for poor team performance.
- Don’t win by fluke.
- Make friends not enemies.
- Take pride in your effort as an entity. Separate yourself from the result of that effort.
- Demonstrate respect for each person in the organization.
- Be deeply committed to learning and teaching.
- Demonstrate and prize loyalty.
- Know what constitutes greatness for every role.
- Control what you can control then let the score take care of itself.
[Blinkist] David Epstein on the Olympics and Why 10,000 Hours Won’t Make You Great https://www.blinkist.com/magazine/posts/david-epstein-olympics-10000-hours-wont-make-great