[Software Engineering Daily] Continuous Delivery with David Rice http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2016/10/10/continuous-delivery-with-david-rice/
- In order to move software updates from the development team to production, companies do a variety of things. Some teams might email files to each other or use FTP or even floppy disks. Most companies today at least use version control systems like Git together with separate servers for development and production. When code is ready to move to production, a build that is on the development server gets copied over to the production servers, and the production servers begin serving real users.
- This process is known as deployment, and over the last few decades companies have started deploying more rapidly (even “continuously”), leading to faster iterations and better feedback loops between the software development team and the users of the product. A particularly effective version of this workflow is known as continuous delivery.
- In today’s episode, David Rice from ThoughtWorks joins the show to give a short history of continuous delivery, and how continuous delivery actually looks in practice.
[StrangeLoop 2011] Simple Made Easy - Rich Hickey https://www.infoq.com/presentations/Simple-Made-Easy
- Rich Hickey emphasizes simplicity’s virtues over easiness’, showing that while many choose easiness they may end up with complexity, and the better way is to choose easiness along the simplicity path.
[Telerik] Talking Software Craftmanship with Steve Smith http://developer.telerik.com/content-types/podcast/software-craftsmanship-steve-smith/
- On this episode guests Steve Smith and Sam Basu share their thoughts on software craftsmanship, clean code, and software quality. Are you taking steps to create maintainable, and testable code? Find out what you can do to get started.
[Magpie Talk Show] Microservices, cloud and Adrian Cockcroft http://samnewman.io/blog/2016/10/08/magpie-talkshow-episode-22-adrian-cockcroft/
- Few people have done as much to help share the power of the cloud in recent years as Adrian, but he certainly has a career that predates the explosion of Amazon Web Services. In episode 22 of the Magpie Talkshow, he shares is journey so far in the IT industry, from physics to venture capital firm Battery Ventures, with stops at Sun, EBay and Netflix in-between.
[Developer on fire] Jon Skeet - Awesome, Humble, and Human http://developeronfire.com/episode-170-jon-skeet-awesome-humble-and-human
- Jon Skeet talks with Dave Rael about community involvement, family and perspective, having outlandish things said about him and the joy of relationships
- Jon Skeet is a software engineer at Google, working in their London offices. He's best known for his contributions to Stack Overflow and his book "C# in Depth". Jon loves digging into the guts of the language specification, and has an unhealthy fixation with date/time APIs.
[The Cloudcast] Multi-Cloud Serverless Platforms http://www.thecloudcast.net/2016/09/the-cloudcast-268-multi-cloud.html
- The history of Serverless/Event-Driven/FaaS/Jeff computing, the differences in frameworks in the market, common customer use-cases and the need for multi-cloud platforms.
[Blinkist Podcast] A “How-To-Sleep” Talk with The Sleep Coach – Max Kirsten https://www.thesleepcoach.co.uk/category/max-kirsten/