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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
Providing advice on how to get the best Return On Investment from your Software Development. Hosted by Mark Taylor of Red Folder Consultancy, this series is targeted at those that fund software development in improving their return on investment. Through a series of short weekly podcasts, Mark explores and explains why "traditional" management techniques will not only produce poor returns, but actively encourage it. Find out more about Red Folder Consultancy, or sign up to their mailing list ...
 
Conversations in Software Development is a podcast intended primarily for students (at any level) who want to learn more about software development, especially if they intend to pursue a career in that field. More specifically, the goal of the podcast is to expose students to topics and ideas that they don't usually get to see or practice in a classroom setting, including many aspects of software development that are not related to coding. In each episode, we have a conversation with someone ...
 
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I've talked many times about the productivity benefits from automation. In this episode, I talk about the higher value benefits we get from automation - something you could describe as a side-effect. Automation gives us productivity - but not just to do more, but to do better. Automation gives us the opportunity to elevate the work carried out by o…
 
We’re listening! This week’s experimental, super-brief Monday edition of “The Changelog” has the following new features: It’s longer, there’s no background music during the stories, and it includes stories previously not featured in the newsletter. If you like this better than the last one, would listen to it, and want us to keep it going… let us k…
 
I am familiar with the way it works and have been using it for most of my game development explorations over the years. I can write C# with the help of Rider by JetBrains. I use a package called FlowCanvas to help me develop the game code visually with rapid prototyping. I can run the game right there in the Unity tool without having to compile and…
 
- Web Development - JetBrains Suite - Web Storm - Nova by Panic - Visual Studio Code - GatsbyJS - Affinity Designer - Figma - MAMP Pro - Trello - Tower - App Development - JetBrains Suite - IntellijIdea and Web Storm - JetBrains Suite - AppCode - Xcode - DevCleaner - Figma - RocketSim - SwiftUI Companion - Trello - Tower - Game Development - JetBra…
 
Adam and Jerod are joined once again by James Long. He was on the podcast five years ago discussing the surprise success of Prettier, an opinionated code formatter that’s still in use to this day. This time around we’re going deep on Actual, his personal finance system James built as a business for over 4 years before recently opening it up and mak…
 
I've talked many times about the productivity benefits from automation. In this episode, I talk about the knowledge sharing benefits we get from automation - something you could describe as a side-effect. I discuss how, to be effective, any new software developer needs to learn not just the technical tools and practices, but also the domain - the e…
 
We’re experimenting with something new: a super-brief Monday edition of “The Changelog” to help start your week off right and keep you up with the fast-moving software world. If you like this, would listen to it, and want us to keep it going… let us know in the comments or by tweeting @changelog. If you’d rather we didn’t… also let us know! Discuss…
 
Adam and Jerod are joined by Ken Kantzer, co-founder of PKC Security. Ken and his team performed upwards of 20 code audits on well-funded startups. Now that it’s 7 or 8 years later, he wrote up 16 surprising observations and things he learned looking back at the experience. We gotta discuss ’em all! Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members sav…
 
I've talked many times about the productivity benefits from automation. In this episode, I talk about the auditability benefits we get from automation - something you could describe as a side-effect. I discuss: Why having audit data is helpful to our organisations How automation can help to provide that audit data How automation can remove a whole …
 
This week Lee Robinson joins us to talk about his journey as a DevRel. We talk about what it means to be a DevRel, what orgs they fall under, how he runs his team at Vercel, Lee’s three pillars of DevRel: education, community, and product, we compare the old days of DevRel vs now, and of course what makes a DevRel a good DevRel. Discuss on Changelo…
 
I've talked many times about the productivity benefits from automation. In this episode, I talk about the security benefits we get from automation - something you could describe as a side-effect. I discuss: Reduced access Reduced manual interpretation Logs Controllable environments Automated security tools Signed software ----- Find this episodes s…
 
This week Jesse Grosjean joins us to talk about his career as a solo indie Mac dev. Since 2004 Jesse has been building Mac apps under the company name Hog Bay Software producing hits such as WriteRoom, Taskpaper, and now Bike. We talk through the evolution of his apps, how he considers new features and improvements, why he chose and continues to ch…
 
In this episode I introduce Infrastructure-as-Code - a way of defining your Operation's infrastructure as code - an example of DevOps in practice with our Ops teams learning from our Dev teams. Why you may be interested in this episode: For an explanation of Infrastructure-as-Code The advantages of using it And some of the common excuses for not us…
 
In this episode I want to continue the talk about the team structures discussed on https://web.devopstopologies.com/ - with a focus this week on the topologies are shown to work. The devopstopologies.com website is based on the work by Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais. I introduced Matthew and Manual as authors of the Team Topologies book in the last …
 
This week we’re peeking into the future again — this time we’re looking at the future of modern code review and workflows around pull requests. Jerod and Adam were joined by two of the co-founders of Graphite — Tomas Reimers and Greg Foster. Graphite is an open-source CLI and code review dashboard built for engineers who want to write and review sm…
 
In this episode I want to talk about the team structures discussed on https://web.devopstopologies.com/ - with a focus this week on the anti-types. The devopstopologies.com website is based on the work by Matthew Skelton & Manuel Pais. I introduced Matthew and Manual as authors of the Team Topologies book in the last episode. The work is a pre-curs…
 
This week we’re talking with Bruce Schneier — cryptographer, computer security professional, privacy specialist, and writer (of many books). He calls himself a “public-interest technologist”, a term he coined himself, and works at the intersection of security, technology, and people. Bruce has been writing about security issues on his blog since 20…
 
This week we’re joined by Mike Riley and we’re talking about his book Portable Python Projects (Running your home on a Raspberry Pi). We breakdown the details of the latest Raspberry Pi hardware, various automation ideas from the book, why Mike prefers Python for scripting on a Raspberry Pi, and of course why the Raspberry Pi makes sense for home l…
 
In the last episode, I introduced "Conway's Law" - an observation of how our organisational structures influence our software structures. In this episode, I want to talk about how we can utilise this law when we want to improve problems in our software structures - commonly referred to as the "Inverse Conway Maneuver". Why you might be interested i…
 
We’re talking with Woody Zuill today about all things Mob Programming. Woody leads Mob Programming workshops, he’s a speaker on agile related topics, and coaches and guides orgs interested in creating an environment where people can do their best work. We talk through it all and we even get some amazing advice from Woody’s dad. We define what Mob P…
 
In this episode, I introduce Conway's Law, which talks about how our software structures will reflect the structures of the organisations that create them. Why you might be Interested in this episode: Why our organisational structures affect software structure The history of "Conway's Law" The negatives that the Law can help us highlight And why th…
 
This episode, I want to take a look at Checklists - when to use and when not to. Much of this episode is inspired by the Sight Reliability Engineering practices that come out of Google. Why you might be interested in this episode The value of a checklist Situations where it is appropriate And situations where it isn't CORRECTION: During the episode…
 
Today we’re talking with Zach Lloyd, founder of Warp — the terminal being re-imagined for the 21st century and beyond. Warp is a blazingly fast, rust-based terminal that’s being designed from the ground up to work like a modern app. We get into all the details — why now is the right time to re-invent the terminal, where they got started, the busine…
 
Frank Krueger joined us to talk about solving hard problems. Earlier this year he wrote a blog post titled “Practical Guide to Solving Hard Problems,” and a lot of what he had to say really resonated with us. The premise is simple — if you have to write some code that you’re just not sure how to write…what do you do? What are the practical steps th…
 
Failure in our software systems is inevitable - be it a failing hard drive, broken network cable, power outage, virus, or simply a bug in the code. "Hope is not a strategy" - thus we need to think about how we handle that failure. Why you might be interesting in this episode: The differences between how failures impact our traditional monolith appl…
 
This week we’re joined by Deepthi Sigireddi, Vitess Maintainer and engineer at PlanetScale — of course we’re talking about all things Vitess. We talk about its origin inside YouTube, how Vitess handles sharding, Deepthi’s journey to Vitess maintainer, when you should begin using it, and how it fits into cloud native infra. Discuss on Changelog News…
 
In this episode, I take a look at "Error Budgets" Much of this episode is inspired by the Sight Reliability Engineering practices that come out of Google Why you might be interested in this episode: You want to understand what "Error Budgets" means? You're struggling to prioritise effectively between feature development, defects, risk and debt You …
 
Today we have a special treat. A conversation with Brian Kernighan! Brian’s been in the software game since the beginning of Unix. Yes, he was there at Bell Labs when it all began. And he is still at it today, writing books and teaching the next generation at Princeton. This is an epic and wide ranging conversation. You’ll hear about the birth of U…
 
In this episode, I take a look at how to measure the availability of our systems. Much of this episode is inspired by the Sight Reliability Engineering practices that come out of Google Why you might be interested in this episode How Google uses Service Level Indicators, Objectives and Agreements Why 100% uptime might not be the correct target And …
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those are Site Reliability Engineering practices that came out Google's efforts to handle massive scale. Why you might be interest…
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those is Culture. Why you might be interesting in this episode: The impact on Covid-19 on home working How culture affects the abi…
 
The incomparable Jessica Kerr is back with another grab-bag of amazing topics. We talk about her journey to Honeycomb, devs getting satisfaction from the code they write, why step one for her is “get that new project into production” and step two is observe it, her angst for the context switching around pull requests, some awesome book recommendati…
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those is Security. Why you might be interesting in this episode: The importance the report puts on Security The advice on how to g…
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those is the DevOps Technical Practices of: Loosely coupled architecture Trunk-based development Continuous testing Continuous int…
 
This week we’re joined by the “mad scientist” himself, Feross Aboukhadijeh…and we’re talking about the launch of Socket — the next big thing in the fight to secure and protect the open source supply chain. While working on the frontlines of open source, Feross and team have witnessed firsthand how supply chain attacks have swept across the software…
 
This week we’re talking to Toby Padilla, Co-Founder at Charm — where they build tools to make the command line glamorous. We talk about the state of the art, the next big thing happening on the command line and in ssh-land. They have an array of open source tooling to build great apps for the terminal and Charm Cloud to power a new generation of CL…
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those is quality internal Documentation. Why you might be interesting in this episode: The correlation of what the survey found to…
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. The research provides evidence-based guidance to help focus on the capabilities that drive performance. One of those is Cloud computing. Why you might be interesting in this episode: The correlation found between Cloud computing and great so…
 
This week we’re joined by Annie Sexton, UX Engineer at Render, to talk about her blog post titled Git Organized: A Better Git Flow that made the internet explode when she suggested using reset instead of rebase for a better git flow. On this show we talk about the git flow she suggests and why, how this flow works for her when she’s hacking on the …
 
The State of DevOps report provides excellent insight through rigorous analysis of its wide reaching survey. I introduced the State of DevOps report back in episode 13 and in this episode I take a look at the 2021 edition. Listen to this episode if you are looking for the justification "why" you invest in the effort and disruption that DevOps requi…
 
This week we’re joined by Jacob Kaplan-Moss and we’re talking about his extensive writing on work sample tests. These tests are an exercise, a simulation, or a small slice of real day-to-day work that candidates will perform as part of their job. Over the years, as an engineering leader, Jacob has become a practicing expert in effectively hiring en…
 
This week we’re joined by Nora Jones, founder and CEO at Jeli where they help teams gain insight and learnings from incidents. Back in December Nora shared here thoughts in a Changelog post titled “Incident” shouldn’t be a four-letter word - which got a lot of attention from our readers. Today we’re talking with Nora about all things incidents — th…
 
Long term listeners will have heard me use the term "Shift Left" - but what does that mean? In this episode, I take a deeper dive into the "Shift Left" principal, why modern software development advocates it, and common places to find it happening. ----- Find this episodes show notes at: https://red-folder.com/podcasts/119 Have an idea for an episo…
 
Welcome to Song Encoder, a special series of The Changelog podcast featuring people who create at the intersection of software and music. This episode features Pwnie Award-winning songwriter Forrest Brazeal. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear. Join today! Sponsors Fast…
 
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Many of my episode talk about an experimental mindset - have a hypnosis, try something, act on the feedback. The timeliness and quality of the feedback has real impact on our outcomes. And I illustrate this in this episode through the act of providing our customer the perfect bath. ----- Find this episodes show notes at: https://red-folder.com/podc…
 
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