Saturday, 3 December 2016

Damo's Podcast Highlights 2016 #48

I subscribe to many podcasts, you can see the list as it was in 2015 here: Developer podcasts v2 but I thought I would start to keep a weekly log of the episodes that I found interesting or useful in some way.

[AWS Podcast] Re:Invent 2016 Day 1-2 Announcements
  • In this special episode Simon summarises all the announcements from Re:Invent 2016 - Day 1-2
  • Athena - search and analyse data in S3
  • Snowmobile - want to move a large amount of data?
  • personal health dashboard
  • DDoS mitigation
  • C# in AWS Lambda
  • AWS Batch
  • AWS CodeBuild - managed build service, only pay for the time you use
  • AWS X-Ray - analyse and debug production, distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture
  • Lambda at edge

[Software Engineering Daily] Microservices with Rafi Schloming
  • Microservices are a widely adopted pattern for breaking an application up into pieces that can be well-understood by the individual teams within the company
  • Microservices also allow these individual pieces to be scaled independently and updated in isolation
  • Rafael Schloming, who is building tools for microservices at Datawire

[The Tim Ferriss Show] Tools of Titans: Josh Waitzkin Distilled
  • Josh has written the book 'the art of learning'
  • Considered a chess prodigy, Josh has perfected learning strategies that can be applied to anything, including his other loves of Brazilian jiu-jitsu (he's a black belt under phenom Marcelo Garcia) and Tai Chi push hands (he's a world champion)
  • These days, he spends his time coaching the world's top athletes and investors, working to revolutionize education, and tackling his new passion for paddle surfing

[O'Reilly Software architecture conference] Reactive architecture, design, and programming with Duncan Devore
  • What is reactive architecture, design and programming

[Reactive summit 2016] Bla Bla Microservices Bla Bla
  • Everyone is talking about microservices, but there is more confusion than ever about what the promise of microservices really means and how to deliver on it. In this talk we will explore microservices from first principles, distilling their essence and putting them in their true context: distributed systems
  • Core traits of isolation, single responsibility, autonomy, exclusive state, asynchronous message-passing, and mobility
  • It is in between the microservices that the most interesting and rewarding, but also challenging, problems arise—here we are entering the world of distributed systems
  • Slicing an existing system into various REST services and wiring them back together again with synchronous protocols and traditional enterprise tools—designed for monolithic architectures—will set you up for failure
  • What we need in order to build resilient, elastic, and responsive microservices-based systems is to embrace microservices as systems and re-architect them from the ground up using reactive principles

[JavaScript Jabber] Visual Studio Code with Chris Dias
  • Whats new with VSCode

[Agile for humans] System Thinking and #NoEstimates with Chris Chapman
  • How a #NoEstimates mindset brings value to a team
  • What lean thinking can do for executives
  • Coaching techniques for when you’re learning about a team
  • Where we learned about lean and system thinking

[This Agile Life] Trust, Transparency and Truth
  • Presentation recorded at Agile Gravy 2016 - Trust Transparency Truth

[Developer Tea] Addictions
  • How do you use technology?
  • Could we be more intentional in the time we spend with screens?

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