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Episode 454: Thomas Richter on Postgres as an OLAP database

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Episode 454: Thomas Richter on Postgres as an OLAP database

Thomas Richter, founder of Swarm64, discusses the internals of the Postgres open source database project. Host Adam Conrad spoke with Richter about an introduction to relational databases, comparisons of OLAP and OLTP structures, performance considerations, and advanced features of the Postgres architecture. Related Links Swarm64 Postgres homepage A quick explanation of OLAP and OLTP Postgres […]

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Episode 453: Aaron Rinehart on Security Chaos Engineering

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Episode 453: Aaron Rinehart on Security Chaos Engineering

Aaron Rinehard, CTO of Verica and author, discusses security chaos engineering (SCE) and how it can be used to enhance security in modern application architectures. Host Justin Beyer spoke with Rinehard about how SCE fits into the overall chaos engineering discipline, examining how SCE compares to traditional security approaches, how it can benefit compliance, and […]

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Episode 452: Scott Hanselman on .NET

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Episode 452: Scott Hanselman on .NET

Scott Hanselman discusses .NET with SE Radio host Jeremy Jung. They discuss what .NET means; intermediary languages and JIT compilation; why there are three runtimes; making the core runtime open source and cross platform; platform-specific code; advances in performance and deployment; changing .NET’s perception; and domains that use .NET. Related Links Scott’s blog @shanselman How […]

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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

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Episode 451: Luke Kysow on Service Mesh

Luke Kysow, software engineer at HashiCorp, discusses service mesh and Hashicorp’s open source service mesh, Consul. Luke and host Priyanka Raghavan conducted a deep dive of the features of a service mesh, including service discovery, health monitoring, infrastructure support, and security. The last segment focuses on how Consul talks to Envoy and also compares Consul […]

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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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