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SE-Radio Episode 272: Frances Perry on Apache Beam

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SE-Radio Episode 272: Frances Perry on Apache Beam

Jeff Meyerson talks with Frances Perry about Apache Beam, a unified batch and stream processing model. Topics include a history of batch and stream processing, from MapReduce to the Lambda Architecture to the more recent Dataflow model, originally defined in a Google paper. Dataflow overcomes the problem of event time skew by using watermarks and […]

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SE-Radio Episode 246: John Wilkes on Borg and Kubernetes

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SE-Radio Episode 246: John Wilkes on Borg and Kubernetes

John Wilkes from Google talks with Charles Anderson about managing large clusters of machines. The discussion starts with Borg, Google’s internal cluster management program. John discusses what Borg does and what it provides to programmers and system administrators. He also describes Kubernetes, an open-source cluster management system recently developed by Google using lessons learned from […]

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Episode 208: Randy Shoup on Hiring in the Software Industry

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Episode 208: Randy Shoup on Hiring in the Software Industry

With this episode, Software Engineering Radio begins a series of interviews on social/nontechnical aspects of working as a software engineer as Tobias Kaatz talks to Randy Shoup, former CTO at KIXEYE, about hiring in the software industry. Prior to KIXEYE, Randy worked as director of engineering at Google for the Google App Engine and as […]

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Episode 202: Andrew Gerrand on Go

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Episode 202: Andrew Gerrand on Go

Andrew Gerrand works on the Go programming language at Google. His conversation with Jeff begins with a history of the language, including the details behind how Go was conceived and how the open source community contributes to it. Andrew explains how Go intends to simplify problems which have been motifs as Google has scaled. The […]

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