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Episode 509: Matt Butcher and Matt Farina on Helm Charts

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Episode 509: Matt Butcher and Matt Farina on Helm Charts

Matt Butcher and Matt Farina, authors of the book Learning Helm, join SE Radio host Robert Blumen to discuss Helm, the package manager for kubernetes. Beginning with a review of kubernetes and Helm, this episode explores the history of helm; the need for a package manager on kubernetes; helm terminology; how helm handles package dependencies; […]

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Episode 508: Jérôme Laban on Cross-Platform UI

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Episode 508: Jérôme Laban on Cross-Platform UI

Jérôme Laban, CTO of Uno Platform, joined SE Radio’s Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about cross-platform user interfaces. They discussed the unique challenges and possibilities related to applications designed to run on multiple platforms — issues such as platform fidelity versus product-specific fidelity, including the trade-offs between a lowest-common-denominator approach and embracing each specific platform’s […]

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Episode 507: Kevin Hu on Data Observability

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Episode 507: Kevin Hu on Data Observability

Kevin Hu, CEO and co-founder of the startup Metaplane, chatted with SE Radio’s Priyanka Raghavan about data observability. Starting from basics such as defining terms and weighing key differences and similarities between software and data observability, the episode explores components of data observability, biases in data algorithms, and how to deal with missing data. From there, […]

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Episode 506: Rob Hirschfeld on Bare Metal Infrastructure

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Episode 506: Rob Hirschfeld on Bare Metal Infrastructure

Rob Hirschfeld, CEO of RackN, discusses “bare metal as a service” with SE Radio host Brijesh Ammanath. This episode examines all things bare metal, starting with the basics before doing a deep dive into bare metal configuration, provisioning, common failures and challenges, achieving resiliency, and the benefits of this set up. The discussion explores standards […]

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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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