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Episode 450: Hadley Wickham on R and Tidyverse

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Episode 450: Hadley Wickham on R and Tidyverse

Hadley Wickham Chief Scientist of RStudio and creator of the Tidyverse discusses how R and its data science package the TidyVerse are used and created. Host Felienne spoke with Wickham about the design philosophy of the Tidyverse, and how it supports the clean and reproducible analysis of data. They discuss how different fields use data […]

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Episode 447: Michael Perry on Immutable Architecture

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Episode 447: Michael Perry on Immutable Architecture

Michael L. Perry discusses his recently published book, The Art of Immutable Architecture. Using familiar examples such as git and blockchain, he distinguishes immutable architecture from other approaches and addresses possible misunderstandings about designing an architecture for immutability. Michael and host Jeff Doolittle also examine other relevant topics such as location independence, conflict-free replicated data […]

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Episode 446: Nigel Poulton on Kubernetes Fundamentals

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Episode 446: Nigel Poulton on Kubernetes Fundamentals

Nigel Poulton, author of The Kubernetes Book and Docker Deep Dive, discusses Kubernetes fundamentals, why Kubernetes is gaining so much momentum, and why it’s considered “the” Cloud OS. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Poulton about when to use Kubernetes, the different ways to deploy it, the protocols involved, security considerations, pods, sidecars, the RAFT protocol, […]

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Episode 445: Thomas Graf on eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter)

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Episode 445: Thomas Graf on eBPF (extended Berkeley Packet Filter)

Thomas Graf, co-founder of Cilium, discusses eBPF and how it can be leveraged to improve kernel-level visibility. Host Justin Beyer spoke with Graf about where eBPF and XDP can be leveraged and how they function at the kernel level. They also explored how eBPF can be leveraged across multiple networking, observability, and security use cases, […]

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Episode 444: Tug Grall on Redis

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Episode 444: Tug Grall on Redis

Tug Grall of Redis Labs discusses Redis, its evolution over the years, and emerging use cases today. Host Akshay spoke with Tug about Redis’ fundamental data structures and their common uses, its module based ecosystem and Redis’ applicability in a wide range of applications beyond being a layer for caching data such as search, machine […]

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