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SE-Radio Episode 236: Rebecca Parsons on Evolutionary Architecture

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SE-Radio Episode 236: Rebecca Parsons on Evolutionary Architecture

Johannes Thönes talks to Rebecca Parsons, Chief Technology Officer at ThoughtWorks, about evolutionary architecture. The practice of evolutionary software architecture means making decisions as late as possible (last responsible moment) and setting up cross-functional requirements that the architecture has to meet (architectural fitness function). In the beginning, Parsons and Thönes introduce the term evolutionary architecture and […]

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SE-Radio Episode 235: Ben Hindman on Apache Mesos

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SE-Radio Episode 235: Ben Hindman on Apache Mesos

Ben Hindman talks to Jeff Meyerson about Apache Mesos, a distributed systems kernel. Mesos abstracts away many of the hassles of managing a distributed system. Hindman starts with a high-level explanation of Mesos, explaining the problems he encountered trying to run multiple instances of Hadoop against a single data set. He then discusses how Twitter uses […]

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SE-Radio Episode 234: Barry O’Reilly on Lean Enterprise

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SE-Radio Episode 234: Barry O’Reilly on Lean Enterprise

Johannes Thönes talks to Barry O’Reilly, principal consultant at ThoughtWorks, about his recently published book Lean Enterprise. A lean enterprise is a large organization that manages to keep innovating while keeping its existing products in the market. O’Reilly talks about the idea of scientific experiments and the build-measure-learn loop popularized by the lean-startup method. He shares […]

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SE-Radio Episode 233: Fangjin Yang on OLAP and the Druid Real-Time Analytical Data Store

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SE-Radio Episode 233: Fangjin Yang on OLAP and the Druid Real-Time Analytical Data Store

Fangjin Yang, creator of the Druid real-time analytical database, talks with Robert Blumen. They discuss the OLAP (online analytical processing) domain, OLAP concepts (hypercube, dimension, metric, and pivot), types of OLAP queries (roll-up, drill-down, and slicing and dicing), use cases for OLAP by organizations, the OLAP store’s position in the enterprise workflow, what “real time” […]

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Episode 232: Mark Nottingham on HTTP/2

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Episode 232: Mark Nottingham on HTTP/2

Stefan Tilkov talks to Mark Nottingham, chair of the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) HTTP Working Group and Internet standards veteran, about HTTP/2, the new version of the Web’s core protocol. The discussion provides a glimpse behind the process of building standards. Topics covered include the history of HTTP versions, differences among those versions, and […]

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