Technical interviews about software topics.
Observability Trends with John Hart
“DataSet” is a log analytics platform provided by Sentinel One that helps DevOps, IT engineering, and security teams get answers from their data across all time periods, both live streaming and historical. It’s powered by a unique architecture that uses a massively parallel query engine to provide actionable insights from the data available. John Hart The post Observability Trends with John Hart appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Building Delightful User Experiences with Guillermo Rauch
Vercel is the platform for frontend developers, providing the speed and reliability innovators need to create at the moment of inspiration. Vercel’s Edge Functions enable you to deliver dynamic, personalized content with the lightweight Edge Runtime. Guillermo Rauch is the CEO at Vercel and he joins us today. This episode is hosted by Mike Bifulco. To The post Building Delightful User Experiences with Guillermo Rauch appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Improved Java Performance Sans Code Changes with Simon Ritter
What are the reasons why we need to improve performance? The JVM is a powerful piece of software – this is the reason why Java has maintained its popularity over the past 26+ years. But… there are some ways that the JVM works that can impact the performance of your applications. One of the biggest The post Improved Java Performance Sans Code Changes with Simon Ritter appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Data Investing and the MAD with Matt Turck
There are many types of early stage funding available from friends and family to seed to series A. Some firms invest across a wide set of technologies and seek only to provide capital. Others are in it for the long haul – they focus on specific areas of technology and develop both long term relationships The post Data Investing and the MAD with Matt Turck appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
eBPF with Thomas Graf
eBPF stands for “extended Berkeley Packet Filter” and is a technology that allows developers to write and run highly efficient and secure programs that can analyze and modify data packets as they move through a system. eBPF programs can be used for a wide range of purposes, including network monitoring, security, and performance optimization. Thomas The post eBPF with Thomas Graf appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Netlify with Mathias Biilmann Christensen
Netlify is a cloud-based platform that provides web developers with an all-in-one workflow to build, deploy, and manage modern web projects. Matt Biilmann is the CEO of Netlify and he joins us today. This episode is hosted by Mike Bifulco. To learn more about Mike visit mikebifulco.com Sponsorship inquiries: email@example.com The post Netlify with Mathias Biilmann Christensen appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Surviving ChatGPT with Christian Hubicki
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence language model developed by OpenAI. It is part of the GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) family of models, which are designed to generate human-like text based on input prompts. ChatGPT is specifically trained to carry out conversational tasks, such as answering questions, completing sentences, and engaging in dialogue. It has been The post Surviving ChatGPT with Christian Hubicki appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Seeding Bold Engineers with Lee Edwards
Lee Edwards is a Partner at Root Ventures, a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage startups that are focused on solving hard engineering problems. Lee is an investor in Privacy Dynamics, a company that offers data anonymisation as a service. You can listen to our interview with the CTO of Privacy Dynamics, John Craft The post Seeding Bold Engineers with Lee Edwards appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Creating Mock APIs with Tom Akehurst
API mocking is a technique used to simulate the behavior of an API without actually connecting to the real API. It is useful for various reasons, including testing, isolation, development, and cost reduction. By using API mocking, developers can test their code without relying on the availability of the real API, isolate the code being The post Creating Mock APIs with Tom Akehurst appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Pebblebed with Keith Adams
Keith Adams has worked previously at Facebook and has also been a Chief Architect at Slack. He joins us today to discuss technology, startups, investing, and like all conversations that exist today, ChatGPT. The post Pebblebed with Keith Adams appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Kubernetes Cost Management with Matt Ray
As companies move more and more workloads to the cloud, cost management in the cloud is becoming critically important. Modern application development methodology increasingly involves moving to service and microservice architectures enabled by the cloud and kubernetes is the backbone of this modern infrastructure trend. Managing costs of kubernetes clusters is therefore becoming increasingly important. The post Kubernetes Cost Management with Matt Ray appeared first on Software Engineering...
Learning From Incidents with Nora Jones
Jeli.io is an end to end incident management tool. Jeli helps you understand why an incident took place, how it could’ve been prevented, and allows you to dive deep into uncovered themes, patterns, or problem areas! Nora Jones is the Founder and CEO at Jeli.io and she joins us today. Full disclosure: Jeli.io is a The post Learning From Incidents with Nora Jones appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Streamdal: Streaming Data Performance Monitoring with Ustin Zarubin and Dan Selans
Data observability is the idea of creating a unified view of all the data so you can head off problems early, identify outages, and address any conflicts in real time. Today we’re interviewing Streamdal’s founders Ustin Zarubin and Dan Selans. They’re gonna share with us how they’re using an application monitoring approach to address the The post Streamdal: Streaming Data Performance Monitoring with Ustin Zarubin and Dan Selans appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Istio Ambient Mesh with Brian Gracely
Let’s say you have a set of microservices running on a Kubernetes cluster. In the past, developers used to program features like service discovery, observability, who’s allowed to talk to whom and other security related features directly into the application code. This slowed down the dev cycle and it made these microservices bigger and just The post Istio Ambient Mesh with Brian Gracely appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Dev-First Kubernetes Operations Platform with Itiel Shwartz
Kubernetes is an open-source platform for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. The company Komodor started as a Kubernetes diagnostics platform focusing on Kubernetes troubleshooting for the entire Kubernetes stack. More recently, Komodor is taking a step towards becoming a single-pane-of-glass to simplify Kubernetes for developers. In the past, they were more The post Dev-First Kubernetes Operations Platform with Itiel Shwartz appeared first on...
Permit Elements and Fullstack Authorization with Or Weis
Permissions are Hard! And they are becoming harder as we move more into the Cloud-native ecosystem. If we go back in time to the point where it was just a single monolith that you were building on your own. You’ll probably have a framework to manage the permissions for you. But when you are working The post Permit Elements and Fullstack Authorization with Or Weis appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Databricks Unity Catalog with Zeashan Pappa
Data catalogs are one way to address the tension between wanting to use all the data for business advantage and needing to govern all the data for compliance. Today, Zeashan Pappa, a Databricks Product Specialist for the Unity Catalog, joins us to discuss how catalogs can help companies capture the full value of their data. The post Databricks Unity Catalog with Zeashan Pappa appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Webhooks at Scale with Alexandre Bouchard
Webhooks are used in connecting two different online applications. Webhooks allow one program to send data to another as soon as a certain event takes place.And because they are event-driven, webhooks are ideal for things like real-time notifications and data updates. The company Hookdeck helps build webhook integrations at scale. In this episode, we talk The post Webhooks at Scale with Alexandre Bouchard appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Caching at Twitter with Yao Yue
Twitter is a social media platform that does some incredibly complex stuff when it comes to distributed systems engineering to keep the website up and running. Twitter has open sourced a lot of projects for others to use. Twitter created a fork of Memcached called Twemcache and also a fork of Redis to handle the The post Caching at Twitter with Yao Yue appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.
Cloud Native Compiler with John Ceccarelli
Java is a write once run anywhere programming language. The way you do that is you use the javac compiler and compile the source files down to the class files. Those class files can run on any system in interpreted mode. But those class files that are run in interpreted mode, they are not machine The post Cloud Native Compiler with John Ceccarelli appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.