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Episode 505: Daniel Stenberg on 25 years with cURL

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Episode 505: Daniel Stenberg on 25 years with cURL

Daniel Stenberg, founder and lead developer of cURL and libcurl, discusses what it’s been like looking after them for the past 25 years. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Stenberg about the history of cURL, libcurl, whether C was the right choice, portability, key events in those 25 years, implementing protocols, why HTTP is not so […]

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Episode 504: Frank McSherry on Materialize

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Episode 504: Frank McSherry on Materialize

Frank McSherry, chief scientist at Materialize, talks about the Materialize streaming database, which supports real-time analytics by maintaining incremental views over streaming data. Host Akshay Manchale spoke with Frank about various ways in which analytical systems are built over streaming services today, pitfalls associated with those solutions, and how Materialize simplifies both the expression of […]

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Episode 503: Diarmuid McDonnell on Web Scraping

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Episode 503: Diarmuid McDonnell on Web Scraping

Diarmuid McDonnell, a Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of the West of Scotland talks about the increasing use of computational approaches for data collection and data analysis in social sciences research. Host Kanchan Shringi speaks with McDonell about webscraping, a key computational tool for data collection. Diarmuid talks about what a social scientist or data […]

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Episode 502: Omer Katz on Distributed Task Queues Using Celery

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Episode 502: Omer Katz on Distributed Task Queues Using Celery

Omer Katz, a software consultant and core contributor to the Celery discusses the Celery task processing framework with host Nikhil Krishna. Discussion covers in depth: the Celery task processing framework, it’s architecture and the underlying messaging protocol libraries on which it it is built; how to setup Celery for your project, and examine the various […]

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Episode 501: Bob Ducharme on Creating Technical Documentation for Software Projects

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Episode 501: Bob Ducharme on Creating Technical Documentation for Software Projects

Bob DuCharme, an experienced technical writer and author talks about writing documentation for software products. In this episode we discuss the various types of documentation that one creates for software products. Host Nikhil Krishna spoke with Bob in depth about the difference between these types of documentation and the audiences they target; importance of using […]

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