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In this weeks episode, we give our take on how reliable the information on the internet really is. Also, is GitHub leading the way towards a cookie-less future? And if so, what will the consequences be?Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics you would like us to cov…
 
In this weeks episode we discuss NEO4J's take on Graph Data Science and take a look at the postmortem that Slack released, following their world-wide outage a month ago.Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics you would like us to cover.…
 
About a year ago, we had the lucky coincidence to have a discussion with Rodolphe Dutel on the subject of working remotely. Twelve months later, the world is a much different place and working from home has become the norm, especially in the more technical workplaces, we touch base with Rodolphe and get his insights and experiences.In this final ep…
 
About a year ago, we had the lucky coincidence to have a discussion with Rodolphe Dutel on the subject of working remotely. Twelve months later, the world is a much different place and working from home has become the norm, especially in the more technical workplaces, we touch base with Rodolphe and get his insights and experiences.This second part…
 
About a year ago, we had the lucky coincidence to have a discussion with Rodolphe Dutel on the subject of working remotely. Twelve months later, the world is a much different place and working from home has become the norm, especially in the more technical workplaces, we touch base with Rodolphe and get his insights and experiences.In this first pa…
 
With the advent of architectures based on Microservices, the days of the monolith really do seem to be numbered. Recently, the good people at The Software House released a report on the State of Microservices 2020 and when reading it, we decided we wanted to dig into our personal experiences and offer our view on the data.Please use the Contact For…
 
We found someone brave enough to do some rather bold (and some not so bold) predictions regarding the future of Linux. Obviously we disagree but since we're not brave enough to make our own predictions, we're just going to dissect Jack Wallen's hard work instead!Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions,…
 
We're continuing our crustal ball peering, trying to divine what the internet will be like in ten years time. Where we looked more at the geopolitical factors last time, we're looking at the technology angle in this episode!Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics yo…
 
With the disaster that was 2020 coming to an end, we think we can say that the global Internet has been a savior to the economy and, to be frank, our sanity. We decided to do some future gazing today and see if we can predict how the Internet will evolve in the next decade...Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us yo…
 
The Github "State of the Octoverse" for 2020 is out and we're dedicating this episode to dissecting all the wonderful information presented here.https://youtu.be/3yigp4E2zugPlease use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to suggest future episode topics you would like us to cover.…
 
Did a decade of OpenStack deliver the cloud environment everybody flocks too? Not really.... Fortunately, Matt Turck saves the episode, if not the year, with his 2020 Data and AI landscape poster!https://youtu.be/WtYcGq2b-00OpenStack, the little tech that couldn't?Ten years ago, the new cloud craze called OpenStack hit the scene and they did so wit…
 
Today we are joined by Michael Kennedy who is an expert on Python, the little scripting language that is helping solve the worlds biggest problems today. There seems to be no stopping it and it has become the go-to language for anything form devops glue scripts to data scientists' machine learning jobs and everything in between. So how does one get…
 
We have decided long ago that we do not want to work on our birthday, so we were very happy indeed to welcome John Mertic back to the podcast. John talks extensively about all the things the Linux Foundation has been up to and Dave and Jhon simply lay back and enjoy the show. :)https://youtu.be/4InDVh7WlGMFor more information about the different pr…
 
It's been a while but News is back! We're taking a long, deep look at how we see the tech industry evolve through this pandemic lock-down environment. And we finish the episode off with Dave's contribution about some Industrial Design... https://youtu.be/37mlzYC-cSIPredicting the Future is not easy...Using this article as a reason to discuss a topi…
 
With Machine Learning and AI being on everybody's minds and lips these days, we invited Keith McCormick to joins us and discuss the do's and don'ts of leveraging the undeniable power of ML in your organization. In last week's first part, we covered the technology part and today we have the human side of the story for you!https://youtu.be/B5GZa_N3Uz…
 
With Machine Learning and AI being on everybody's minds and lips these days, we invited Keith McCormick to joins us and discuss the do's and don'ts of leveraging the undeniable power of ML in your organization. In this first part, we cover the technology part and we'll have the human side of the story for you next week!https://youtu.be/b-zofn0IiN0F…
 
We're joined by Chris Short from Red Hat to discuss the ins and outs of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment, often abbreviated to CI/CD. With years of experience under his belt, we let loose with every and all questions we could think of!https://youtu.be/gvCNHeSnglYPlease use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us…
 
This news episode is pretty much dominated by IBM. The company has gone through so many divestments and reorganizations recently, the acquisition of Red Hat only one of the noteworthy events, that the sudden news about IBM tearing their IT infrastructure support organization away form the mothership was enough to have your co-hosts busy for most of…
 
We're joined by Chris Short from Red Hat to discuss the ins and outs of Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment, often abbreviated to CI/CD. With years of experience under his belt, we let loose with every and all questions we could think of! https://youtu.be/3dGESuSggW0Please use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send u…
 
A hard task it was, but we actually found some technology news to discuss! I really feels like the world has more or less come to a bit of a standstill, the world holding it's breath while we wait for the current troubles to go away. But we prevailed and have 30 minutes of discussion on if you should build or buy your tech, if Kubernetes really is …
 
The end is in sight! After a heroic voyage across the plains of containers, we reach the mountain called Doom Kubernetes! Join us for this last foray in this epic saga where we look at Kubernetes, some of its alternatives and offer our opinion on the matter of adopting Kubernetes and the micro services architectures, or not...https://youtu.be/j8JmZ…
 
Almost at the end of our journey, deep into the realms of containers and Kubernetes, we finally reach the destination that is Kubernetes. After this, we'll round of this series of episodes with out closing summary next week.https://youtu.be/Wz8qKFmIUXQPlease use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitter feed to send us your questions, or to sugg…
 
Returning to our series on containers and Kubernetes, we discuss the concept of Micro Services in this episode. Weaving our way through software best practices and the advent of the Big Web 2.0 companies, we end up in an ever more complex world of Micro Architectures.https://youtu.be/sPCh-ogNlHkPlease use the Contact Form on this blog or our twitte…
 
Taking a brief hiatus from our series on containers and micro-service architectures, we have a news episode for you! We discuss whether or not it is smart to move back to on premise, once you have moved to the cloud, take a closer look at the state of A.I. ion law enforcement today and highlight a new project from Netflix for monitoring your stream…
 
And this is already installment 3 in the ongoing saga on Containers and Kubernetes, and this time we finally end up actually talking about containers! We promised we'd get there, and here it is. But this is still far form the end of the story: in the next couple of episodes, we'll discuss orchestration and micro services architectures, again coveri…
 
We started this saga on Kubernetes and containers last week during KubCon and we're picking up where we left off then, continuing to dig deeper in the subject of Virtualization, jails and containers. We still have much more to talk about, so catch us next week for the continuation of this epic story!https://youtu.be/4_hHgYqzBKwIn this part, we move…
 
It's the week of KubeCon and while everybody is doing there best to present the greatest and latest of everything surrounding this micro services architecture approach, we're going back to basics with an intro to Containers & Kubernetes, explaining what this stuff is, where it came from and why people feel it is a good idea. With great knowledge co…
 
In a couple of weeks we expect to virtually meet a lot of you at Kubecon/CloudNativeCon Europe. As is quickly becoming the new normal, this conference also shifted to a virtual, on-line only event, but that may actually be a blessing! With everything being online (and we expect mostly prerecorded) it should be a lot easier to catch parallel session…
 
Another fortnight, another Roaring News episode looking at an Acquisition by SUSE, some privacy shattering interviews and a PSA about unsecured databases!https://youtu.be/kJJ-IVcUReYAnother startup bites the dust?We've discussed how a lot of startup's business strategy is to get notices, get popular and cash out. Is Rancher doing this now, or is th…
 
Data Quality is a subject that comes up a lot now that more organizations are moving towards a data driven decision making system. Obviously, to get good decisions, they need to be based on good quality data and getting that QA stamp is quite a bit harder than it should be...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Qk7DIcFrnAPlease use the Contact Form on …
 
In this first "live action" News episode, we take a look at the state of public clouds and how their business models are often more complex that you would think. We end up with a short discussion about Fujitsu's "digital annealer" and how you only need a decent pair of binoculars to eves drop on your neighbors...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzRu…
 
For our 200th episode, we're taking a stroll down memory lane, looking back on how the podcast evolved over time. We discuss the content related changes we made over the years, and also talk about some of the technical choices we made. And not to spoil anything, there is definitely something strange happening in this one.... ;) https://www.youtube.…
 
This episode, we go deep into everything data related in the public cloud, specifically the Microsoft Azure cloud. Fortunately we don't have to do this on our own since we're joined by Richard Nuckolls, author of the book "Azure Data Engineering", published by Manning publications under their MEAP program.Free eBook raffleManning Publication has be…
 
This week we tackle some "software is used by the military" controversy, we have a light discussion on Quantum Computing and marvel in the apparent absence of common sense when it comes to putting information on public services.As the final comment on LinkedIn says:"SkyNet is pleased with your progress."When something is open source, even though ev…
 
We're joined by Kyle Davis, head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs to discuss the ins and outs of Redis. It's the the in-memory data store that everybody probably uses, whether you know it or not and Kyle does a great job on discussing the pros and cons of deploying Redis in the many use cases it can add tremendous value. This is the final part o…
 
Today we discuss the needs of keeping your software up to date and how A.I. was able to recreate the game of Pac-Man. We finish off with the a look at the new enterprise GPU announcement from NVidia.Who needs enemies with friends like these?And we do not mean the good folks behind HaveIBeenPwned here but rather the people that install good software…
 
We're joined by Kyle Davis, head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs to discuss the ins and outs of Redis. It's the the in-memory data store that everybody probably uses, whether you know it or not and Kyle does a great job on discussing the pros and cons of deploying Redis in the many use cases it can add tremendous value. This is the first part o…
 
This week we first discus the importance of good documentation using an article that actually did not follow it's own good advice. Next up is a discussion around "Big Irons" IBM and HPE having seen the cloud-first light.Documentation! Documentation! Documentation!Just use your imagination to add the sweaty overweight bald gentleman, will you?Cloud:…
 
We are joined by John T. Wolohan, writer of the Large Datasets with Python book published by Manning Publications to talk about the business impact of living the Big Data life and how Python has become the programming language darling of Big data programmers and Data Scientist alike.Free eBook raffleManning Publication has been kind enough to give …
 
In this news inspired news episode, we talk about A.I's filing for patents, Framework SDKs causing major software to crash on mobiles and how the army is teaching the world how not to overspend! Enjoy! And so the revolution starts...Of course it's rather obvious that today, having patents filled in an A.I.'s name would not be logical, practical or …
 
Following on from episode 189 where we looked at all things pronounced "dead", we now go in search of all things that will make sure the future is bright and cheerful. Most confusingly, most things pronounced dead also seem to be the future? Along the way, we discuss the Open Source mentality and all things Machine Learning & A.I. Privacy and somet…
 
Today we talk about the dangers of relying on clod services, how technology is failing us in these items of crisis and how the new world of social distancing is shaping the future for tech conferences. Cloud/SaaS for the win! :sThe world creates more and more data and simultaneously relies more and more on rather ephemeral cloud based storage and s…
 
Maybe it's the dark days we live in, maybe it's just us being us... But everywhere we looked, we found somebody telling us somethings as dead or dying... Speaking about technology, of course! We are a tech podcast after all! Anyway, we decided to dive deep into the gloom and doom on the internet and see what has been pronounced deceased and how we …
 
Artificial Intelligence will save us from all that ails us! The Big Cloud Providers should pay all the bills! Old stuff is old so you really have to buy news stuff now! Really! Really? When preparing for this weeks episode, we felt a real dissatisfaction with the quality of "the news" so we've selected a handful of articles and try to elevate them …
 
Agile Development is quite popular in the world of software development, but the concepts are applicable to a much broader business environment. Very often, however, the actual implementation of these rather excellent concepts are plagued with faulty expectations and simply not knowing what you are trying to do. Find out how you can benefit, both a…
 
To counter the current horrible news around the world, we turned to The Register as today's Guest Publication and tried to find a couple of articles that have a more positive tone. Sadly, even at The Register, things are looking bad for NASA, GitHub and even the British military are looking for help... from Facebook? Weird that the concept of gravi…
 
Agile Development is quite popular in the world of software development, but the concepts are applicable to a much broader business environment. Very often, however, the actual implementation of these rather excellent concepts are plagued with faulty expectations and simply not knowing what you are trying to do. Find out how you can benefit, both a…
 
A Law&Order themed news episode this week where we look at a collection of articles about the many legal implications that come with the ever increasing usage of machine learning and neural networks in the worlds courts. We start with the first traces of "Minority Report" PreCrime, follow on to privacy rights of convicted people and finish with the…
 
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