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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
The MongoDB Podcast features guest interviews including developers, startups, and founders with Developer Advocates Nic Raboy and Michael Lynn. Learn a bit about new and emerging technology, how to use the various MongoDB products and best practices, how organizations are using MongoDB, and what lead them to choose MongoDB over other databases.
 
Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by th ...
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
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A decentralized exchange, usually referred to as a DEX, is a platform for exchanging cryptocurrencies. Depending on trading volume for different coins, some DEXs are more liquid than others. On the one hand you can freely swap unlisted tokens and maintain full control over your private keys and wallet information. On the other hand, without the rig…
 
A data warehouse is a data management system that often contains large amounts of historical data and is used for business intelligence activities like analytics. It centralizes customer data from multiple sources to be an organization’s single source of truth. Getting the data from your data warehouse into the different applications used by your o…
 
IT infrastructure are the components required to operate IT environments, like networks, virtual machines or containers, an operating system, hardware, data storage, etc…. As companies build out different deployment environments with infrastructure configurations, they must maintain the different environments, replicate them, and update them. The m…
 
Jonathan goes to the Apple Store to see the AirPods Max. Apple opens up its Find My network to 3rd party hardware makers with AirTags no where to be found. Gurman has new rumors of an interesting Apple TV that we hope is real. Finally Apple announces its April event and Mark and Jonathan try to guess what will be announced. Email: mail@everydayrobo…
 
Alexey Glazunov joins us to talk about how Funnelytics leveraged MongoDB to displace Postgres and prepared to scale their startup for the next phase of their journey. Funnelytics is a simple and aesthetically pleasing funnel mapping software that you can use to design, track and analyze your marketing funnels. ... Mikael Dia created Funnelytics aft…
 
Decentralized applications, termed “dApps,” are applications that feel like normal apps but are actually deployed (mostly) on the Ethereum blockchain. This means dApps can’t be taken down, can’t be censored or blocked, typically use Ethereum accounts as identity, and would only experience downtime if Ethereum itself went down. There are a lot of th…
 
We’re Live. Mani brings up a subject that is really interesting and very important if you are planning on becoming an entrepreneur. There are literally thousands of courses and coaches that will teach you how to get your business going and hundreds of things that you have to do at the same time in order for it to work. Yes, this has to be done, but…
 
Na'ím Anís Paymán of Zeevou talks to Geordie about discovering the Zeevou idea, developing software successfully with zero experience, and funding the MVP.   Na'ím Anís Paymán is the founder and CEO of Zeevou, a customer relationship management platform. Zeevou allows entrepreneurs and managers in the vacation rentals industry to manage their prope…
 
A ‘token’ can represent almost anything in Ethereum, according to Ethereum.org: Lottery tickets, points in an online platform, fiat currency, and much more. These tokens must follow a standard called ECR-20 to have the same type and value of any other token, and behave just like the ETH. The platform Opyn lets users buy and trade decentralized fina…
 
In decentralized finance (DeFi) a liquidity pool is a collection of cryptocurrency funds created from the deposits of many users and usually multiple different currencies. There are 2 main types of pools: custodial and non-custodial. Custodial pools are controlled by a third party manager which contains information like the private keys and the fun…
 
Mark and Jonathan talk about Kara Swisher’s great interview with Tim Cook. How Apple still needs to address developer’s problems with the App Store especially ahead of WWDC. Russia has a new law where government apps must be pre installed in smart devices, Apple’s strategy to comply with this is interesting. Finally they talk about new Apple TV rum…
 
Stephen O'Grady is a Co-Founder and Principal Analyst at Redmonk, the developer-focused industry analyst firm. Stephen is joined by Rachelle Palmer, Sr. Product Manager at MongoDB along with Michael and Nic to talk about Redmonk's latest Software Industry Language report. This report ranks language popularity using data from sites such as GitHub, a…
 
A smart contract contains the “terms” of a blockchain transaction between a buyer and a seller as well as the capabilities to execute those terms. In order for smart contracts to include outside data from the world, such as stock market data, weather, sports data, etc…, the contract needs a third party service called an oracle. The industry standar…
 
We’re Live. Chuck starts off with something that has been in his mind for the last couple of weeks, he feels that from a certain point of view he has not fought for something with everything he’s got because all of his life that need was never there. It’s not that he’s been doing things wrong, it’s the feeling that there is more to it if Chuck actu…
 
Alex Zerbach, co-founder of carrot.com, tells Geordie about founding the platform's idea, building the MVP, and growing from 0-800,000 MRR. Listen for more details. Carrot is a SaaS platform that streamlines property websites' development to help clients manage investor's assets. While Alex and his team deal with larger enterprises, he mentions tha…
 
Using artificial intelligence and machine learning in a product or database is traditionally difficult because it involves a lot of manual setup, specialized training, and a clear understanding of the various ML models and algorithms. You need to develop the right ML model for your data, train the model, evaluate it, optimize it, analyze it for out…
 
Many managers assess developer performance as if they were runners, where how many lines of code you write determines how good you are. Instead, developers are like baseball players, where a suite of metrics is needed to measure performance. In today’s episode, we unpack how metrics are used to judge coding performance and how metric incentives can…
 
The typical procedure many companies follow to reach production-level code is design the program, code and test it in different environments, and put it in a pipeline to deploy to production. Developers can make it pretty far into building their core features before inevitably breaking to include enterprise features and security standards like Sing…
 
Privacy protection isn't just a compliance activity. but It’s also a key area of organizational risk that requires enterprise-wide support and participation; careful planning; and forward-leaning, data-driven controls. In this webcast, we highlight best practices for privacy program planning and implementation. We present strategies for leveraging …
 
Software engineers perceive that technology advances in an orderly, linear fashion. This makes the novelties very attractive. However, the reality is that we tend to go through technology in cycles. Recognizing this is crucial for understanding how to make the right technical decisions while preserving the value of the old technology. Is it better …
 
Phil Broderick is VERY excited by cloud technologies and being that the cloud is all he's ever known is able to provide a fresh perspective on the tech and where he thinks it's headed in this refreshingly technical episode of Tabs and Spaces. Listeners are encouraged to listen to our experiences and use them to decide how they will conduct themselv…
 
A major change in the software industry is the expectation of automation. The infrastructure for deploying code, hosting it, and monitoring it is now being viewed as a fully automatable substrate. Equinix Metal has taken the bare metal servers that you would see in data centers and fitted them with supreme automation and repeatability. This movemen…
 
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin are electronic currencies with a complete transaction history stored on a blockchain. A cryptocurrency blockchain is a linear record of all the transactions between users for a given currency. This record is public and distributed across thousands of computers, which makes falsifying a transaction nearly i…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan ponder what a rugged Apple Watch would be like based on some new rumors. Anker’s new MagSafe battery pack gets good reviews. Apple officially announces WWDC 2021. Can they walk the fine line of addressing developers concerns with the App Store and debut new frameworks and tools to get developers excited? Finally AltConf …
 
Digital communities have exponentially grown in importance ever since most of the world went remote. Basically every popular online forum, message board, chat app, and other online social aggregators were created before this new normal. Many of these platforms lack sufficient organization or are just outdated for a fully remote environment. If soci…
 
Begüm Ortaoğlu and Aytuğ Turanlıoğlu join us to discuss their experience building Chember.co, and about their participation in the MongoDB Student Spotlight program. Chember is a community to instantly find pickup basketball games, get information on the courts, and create or join tournaments. https://chember.co https://www.linkedin.com/in/begumort…
 
We’re Live..Mani starts off sharing with the guys an anecdote of a technique he learned to actually lose the minimum amount of money during the test phase when segmenting an audience. The usual steps were testing to a broad audience, get the data, and then narrow the audience to get the proper response, this technique does work but it has some fail…
 
George Carollo of Dover.com tells Geordie how he founded the platform, built the MVP, and built their MRR from 40 to 400k in 9 months amid the pandemic. Listen and learn. George Carollo is the co-founder of Dover, the inaugural end-to-end Y Combinator-based recruiting platform that helps enterprises recruit top-tier talent. Previously, George worke…
 
Creation Labs is helping bring Europe 1 step closer to fully autonomous long haul trucking. They have developed an AI Driver Assistance System (AIDAS) that retrofits to any commercial vehicle, starting with VW Crafters and MAN TGE trucks. Their system uses camera hardware mounted to the vehicle to capture video data that is processed with computer …
 
While it may be true that coding is something that anybody can do, that doesn’t take away from how difficult it is to learn. Join us for the second part of our conversation with brilliant software engineer and instructor Bryan Berry as we dive into what it takes to learn to code. Early in our conversation, we focus on the extra non-language-specifi…
 
Product teams sometimes double as data teams. They struggle through import errors, scrub long and complicated data sheets for consistency, and map spreadsheet fields on step 3 in a long instruction document. Data structuring and synchronization is a very real problem that product teams regularly overcome. Flatfile uses AI-assisted data onboarding t…
 
Mark and Jonathan reflect on the death of the HomePod. And share what they want Apple to do in the smart home space. Kosta Eleftheriou sues Apple in what is a very important but unfortunate story shedding a light on Apple that is sad to see. Finally they chat about keyboards, moving, and more. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrob…
 
Right now, more than 10 million people use notebooks like Jupyter in their workflow. Notebooks are open-source tools for creating and sharing documents with live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. Notebooks like Jupyter have exploded in popularity the past 5 years to become the standard tool for data science teams. They became es…
 
Many startups today begin their life as an open-source project. Open source projects allow early adopters of a technology to experiment, to contribute code and feedback, and to shape the evolution of the project in its early stages. When a “community maintainer” company emerges to provide service offerings based on that project, its early customer …
 
Chris Harris joins Mike and Nic to share what he's learned over the past 5+ years working as a Technical Support Engineer (TSE) at MongoDB and where he's earned the nickname "The Query Doctor". Join us in the Community to ask, and have your questions answered by folks just like Chris. Here are links to some of the topics Chris discusses: Query Targ…
 
ELT, or “Extract, Load, and Transform,” is the process that modern data pipelines use to replicate data from a source and load it into a target system such as a cloud data warehouse. ELT is a more flexible evolution of the traditional “Extract, Load, Transform” workflow used in pre-cloud systems. The power of ELT relies on flexible integrations bet…
 
We’re Live. This week Mani explains to the guys the whole process that he has been working on for the last couple of weeks, and it has been quite a journey. He has been going through a transformation on how he’s doing things, some of the stuff is experimental but most of it has been improved versions of old techniques for placing Ads. Basically wha…
 
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