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Episode 386: Spencer Dixon on Building Low Latency Applications with WebRTC

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Episode 386: Spencer Dixon on Building Low Latency Applications with WebRTC

Spencer Dixon of Tuple discusses building a pair programming application using WebRTC. Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Spencer about what WebRTC is; its uses cases; resources for learning; its limitations; capturing video and audio from an OS; choosing a video codec; connecting clients by traversing NATs, challenges of working with WebRTC in a native application […]

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SE Radio Episode 341: Michael Hausenblas on Container Networking

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SE Radio Episode 341: Michael Hausenblas on Container Networking

Michael Hausenblas talks with host Kim Carter about topics covered in Michael’s ebook Container Networking, such as single vs. multi-host container networking, orchestration, Kubernetes, service discovery, and many more. Michael and Kim also discuss the roles that IPTables plays, how the allocation of IP addresses is handled, along with the assignment of ports. Overlay networks […]

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SE-Radio Episode 282: Donny Nadolny on Debugging Distributed Systems

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SE-Radio Episode 282: Donny Nadolny on Debugging Distributed Systems

Donny Nadolny of PagerDuty joins Robert Blumen to tell the story of debugging an issue that PagerDuty encountered when they set up a Zookeeper cluster that spanned across two geographically separated datacenters in different regions.  The debugging process took them through multiple levels of the stack starting with their application, the implementation of the Zookeeper […]

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