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Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

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Software Engineering Daily
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Technical interviews about software topics.

Latest Episodes

LinkedIn Kafka with Nacho Solis

Apache Kafka was created at LinkedIn. Kafka was open sourced in 2011, when the company was eight years old. By that time, LinkedIn had developed a social network with millions of users. LinkedIn’s engineering team was building a range of externally facing products and internal tools, and many of these tools required a high-throughput system

56 MIN2 d ago
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LinkedIn Kafka with Nacho Solis

Gravity: Distributed Application Delivery with Ev Kontsevoy

Modern applications are distributed systems. These applications require an installation mechanism that can run and update the software across multiple nodes. When a SaaS company starts to work with large enterprise customers, that company needs to figure out a way to deliver their product to the enterprise. This requires the SaaS company to deploy the

67 MIN3 d ago
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Gravity: Distributed Application Delivery with Ev Kontsevoy

Incident Reproduction with Tammy Butow

Databases go offline. Services fail to scale up. Deployment errors can cause an application backend to get DDoS’d. When an event happens that prevents your company from operating as expected, it is known as an incident. Software teams respond to an incident by issuing a fix. Sometimes that fix returns the software to its ideal

60 MIN4 d ago
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Incident Reproduction with Tammy Butow

Diffbot Infrastructure with Mike Tung

Diffbot is a knowledge graph that allows developers to interface with the unstructured web as if it was a structured database. In today’s show, Diffbot CEO Mike Tung returns for a second discussion about how he has built Diffbot and how Diffbot is used. The web has many different entities. Web pages, topics, people, stories,

65 MIN5 d ago
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Diffbot Infrastructure with Mike Tung

How To Build A Cloud Provider with Anurag Goel

Render is a cloud provider built on top of Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud. Render uses the compute abstractions provided by the major cloud providers to build a second layer cloud provider with the goal of providing a better user experience. Anurag Goel is the founder of Render, and he returns to the show

75 MIN6 d ago
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How To Build A Cloud Provider with Anurag Goel

freeCodeCamp’s Quincy Larson interviews Jeff Meyerson

We are republishing a podcast from the freeCodeCamp Podcast as a weekend episode. Jeff Meyerson is the creator and host of the Software Engineering Daily podcast. Jeff grew up in Texas. He spent most of his childhood playing competitive strategy games like Magic: the Gathering. This lead him to making a lot of money –

112 MIN1 w ago
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freeCodeCamp’s Quincy Larson interviews Jeff Meyerson

Webflow: No-Code with Vlad Magdalin

Webflow is a platform for building applications without programming. Software engineering has barely been around for 30 years. Over that period of time, there have been many attempts to create a platform that allows for the creation of software without writing a line of code. Most of these systems have not been able to fulfill

67 MIN1 w ago
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Webflow: No-Code with Vlad Magdalin

Data Visualization with Sherman Wood and Chad Lumley

Data visualization is the presentation of data in a way that emphasizes certain qualities about that data. Data visualization can be used to prove a specific point, or it can be used as a depiction of a data set to be explored. Data visualization is used in consumer software products as well as backend engineering

51 MIN1 w ago
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Data Visualization with Sherman Wood and Chad Lumley

Treehouse: Business and Education with Ryan Carson

The ability to create software is a superpower. But software education is not evenly distributed. Ryan Carson started Treehouse to provide a high quality education system for anyone to learn how to build software. On a previous episode, Ryan and I discussed the field of programming education. Ryan returns to the show for a conversation

61 MIN1 w ago
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Treehouse: Business and Education with Ryan Carson

Traces: Video Recognition with Veronica Yurchuk and Kostyantyn Shysh

Video surveillance impacts human lives every day. On most days, we do not feel the impact of video surveillance. But the effects of video surveillance have tremendous potential. It can be used to solve crimes and find missing children. It can be used to intimidate journalists and empower dictators. Like any piece of technology, video

66 MIN1 w ago
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Traces: Video Recognition with Veronica Yurchuk and Kostyantyn Shysh

Latest Episodes

LinkedIn Kafka with Nacho Solis

Apache Kafka was created at LinkedIn. Kafka was open sourced in 2011, when the company was eight years old. By that time, LinkedIn had developed a social network with millions of users. LinkedIn’s engineering team was building a range of externally facing products and internal tools, and many of these tools required a high-throughput system

56 MIN2 d ago
Comments
LinkedIn Kafka with Nacho Solis

Gravity: Distributed Application Delivery with Ev Kontsevoy

Modern applications are distributed systems. These applications require an installation mechanism that can run and update the software across multiple nodes. When a SaaS company starts to work with large enterprise customers, that company needs to figure out a way to deliver their product to the enterprise. This requires the SaaS company to deploy the

67 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Gravity: Distributed Application Delivery with Ev Kontsevoy

Incident Reproduction with Tammy Butow

Databases go offline. Services fail to scale up. Deployment errors can cause an application backend to get DDoS’d. When an event happens that prevents your company from operating as expected, it is known as an incident. Software teams respond to an incident by issuing a fix. Sometimes that fix returns the software to its ideal

60 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Incident Reproduction with Tammy Butow

Diffbot Infrastructure with Mike Tung

Diffbot is a knowledge graph that allows developers to interface with the unstructured web as if it was a structured database. In today’s show, Diffbot CEO Mike Tung returns for a second discussion about how he has built Diffbot and how Diffbot is used. The web has many different entities. Web pages, topics, people, stories,

65 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Diffbot Infrastructure with Mike Tung

How To Build A Cloud Provider with Anurag Goel

Render is a cloud provider built on top of Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud. Render uses the compute abstractions provided by the major cloud providers to build a second layer cloud provider with the goal of providing a better user experience. Anurag Goel is the founder of Render, and he returns to the show

75 MIN6 d ago
Comments
How To Build A Cloud Provider with Anurag Goel

freeCodeCamp’s Quincy Larson interviews Jeff Meyerson

We are republishing a podcast from the freeCodeCamp Podcast as a weekend episode. Jeff Meyerson is the creator and host of the Software Engineering Daily podcast. Jeff grew up in Texas. He spent most of his childhood playing competitive strategy games like Magic: the Gathering. This lead him to making a lot of money –

112 MIN1 w ago
Comments
freeCodeCamp’s Quincy Larson interviews Jeff Meyerson

Webflow: No-Code with Vlad Magdalin

Webflow is a platform for building applications without programming. Software engineering has barely been around for 30 years. Over that period of time, there have been many attempts to create a platform that allows for the creation of software without writing a line of code. Most of these systems have not been able to fulfill

67 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Webflow: No-Code with Vlad Magdalin

Data Visualization with Sherman Wood and Chad Lumley

Data visualization is the presentation of data in a way that emphasizes certain qualities about that data. Data visualization can be used to prove a specific point, or it can be used as a depiction of a data set to be explored. Data visualization is used in consumer software products as well as backend engineering

51 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Data Visualization with Sherman Wood and Chad Lumley

Treehouse: Business and Education with Ryan Carson

The ability to create software is a superpower. But software education is not evenly distributed. Ryan Carson started Treehouse to provide a high quality education system for anyone to learn how to build software. On a previous episode, Ryan and I discussed the field of programming education. Ryan returns to the show for a conversation

61 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Treehouse: Business and Education with Ryan Carson

Traces: Video Recognition with Veronica Yurchuk and Kostyantyn Shysh

Video surveillance impacts human lives every day. On most days, we do not feel the impact of video surveillance. But the effects of video surveillance have tremendous potential. It can be used to solve crimes and find missing children. It can be used to intimidate journalists and empower dictators. Like any piece of technology, video

66 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Traces: Video Recognition with Veronica Yurchuk and Kostyantyn Shysh