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New podcast every Friday! We cover what's fresh and new in open source. Sign up for our nightly and weekly emails. Open source moves fast. Keep up. Hosted by Adam Stacoviak & Jerod Santo.

New podcast every Friday! We cover what's fresh and new in open source. Sign up for our nightly and weekly emails. Open source moves fast. Keep up. Hosted by Adam Stacoviak & Jerod Santo.
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New podcast every Friday! We cover what's fresh and new in open source. Sign up for our nightly and weekly emails. Open source moves fast. Keep up. Hosted by Adam Stacoviak & Jerod Santo.

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Episodes

315: Join the federation?! Mastodon awaits...

9/19/2018
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We talked with Eugen Rochko, the creator of Mastodon, about where Mastodon came from the problem it aimed to solve. How it’s not exactly Twitter alternative, although that's its known claim to fame. Why it's probably not going anywhere. The ins-and-outs of federation, getting started, running an instance, why you would want to — cool stuff you’ve never considered could be built on top of Mastodon. And finally, the story behind naming posted content a “toot”. Sponsors HiredSalary and...

Duration:01:23:49

314: Kubernetes brings all the Cloud Natives to the yard

9/12/2018
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We talk with Dan Kohn, the Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to catch up with all things cloud native, the CNCF, and the world of Kubernetes. Dan updated us on the growth KubeCon / CloudNativeCon, the state of Cloud Native and where innovation is happening, serverless being on the rise, and Kubernetes dominating the enterprise. Sponsors HiredSalary and benefits upfront? Yes please.a double hiring bonushired.com/changelogDigitalOceanAlgoliaOur search...

Duration:01:13:45

313: The first cloud native programming language

9/5/2018
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Jerod talked with Paul Fremantle, the CTO and Co-Founder of WSO2, about their new programming language, Ballerina — a cloud-native language which aims to make it easier to write microservices that integrate APIs. They talked about the creation of the language and how it was inspired by so many technologies, cloud native features like built-in container support, serverless-friendly, observability, and how it works with, or without, a service mesh — just to name a...

Duration:01:12:28

312: Segment's transition back to a monorepo

8/29/2018
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Adam and Jerod talk with two members of Segment’s engineering team: Co-founder and CTO, Calvin French-Owen, as well as Software Engineer, Alex Noonan, about their journey from monorepo to microservices back to monorepo. 100s of problem children to 1 superstar child. Sponsors Indeedindeed.jobs/changelogLinodeOur cloud server of choice.linode.com/changelogGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com Featuring GitHubTwitterGitHubWebsiteTwitterGitHubWebsiteTwitterGitHubWebsite Notes and...

Duration:01:02:21

311: Istio service mesh and microservices

8/22/2018
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Adam and Jerod talk with Jason McGee, VP and CTO of IBM Cloud Platform about Istio — an open platform that provides a uniform way to connect, secure, control, and observe microservices. They cover what service mesh is, why its suddenly so interesting, who’s involved in Istio, their involvement with the CNCF, getting started, and what's next for Istio. Sponsors Indeedindeed.jobs/changelogLinodeOur cloud server of choice.linode.com/changelogGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:01:06:03

310: Open sourcing the DEV community

8/15/2018
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We talk with Ben Halpern the founder and webmaster of dev.to — a community for developers to talk about software. Last Wednesday they open sourced the codebase of the dev.to platform, so we wanted to talk through all the details with Ben. We talked through the backstory, how Ben realized this could become a business, how the team was formed, their motivations for open sourcing it and why they didn't open source it from the start, the technical stack, and their vision for the future of the...

Duration:01:21:17

Jeff Robbins is an actual rockstar [rebroadcast]

8/10/2018
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On this special bonus episode of The Changelog, we're playing the latest episode of Away from Keyboard with Jeff Robbins. While some dream of having a successful career, Jeff Robbins has already had several. Once the lead singer and guitarist for Orbit, Jeff has worked on some of the most famous Drupal websites. He talks to Tim about his early interest in computers, starting Lullabot, and adjusting to life after leaving the company he built and ran. Sponsors HiredSalary and benefits...

Duration:00:30:09

309: Rebuilding Exercism from the ground up

8/8/2018
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Adam and Jerod invite back Katrina Owen after years away focusing on Exercism—a 100% free platform for code practice and mentorship with over 2500 exercises and 48 different language tracks. They talk to Katrina about how the platform has changed, the direction it's taken, the backstory on the recently launched version 2, and how she plans to turn Exercism into a sustainable business. Also, what happens if that doesn't work?! Sponsors HiredSalary and benefits upfront? Yes please.a double...

Duration:01:13:41

308: Biases in AI, helping veterans get jobs in software, open science

8/1/2018
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Adam and Jerod are on location at OSCON and talk with Camille Eddy about recognizing biases in AI, Jerome Hardaway about the work he’s doing to prepare veterans for jobs in software, and Abby Cobunoc Mayes about the work she’s doing at Mozilla for open science. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogDigitalOceanAlgoliaOur search partner.algolia.comGoCD...

Duration:01:03:40

307: AWS Amplify and cloud-enabled apps

7/25/2018
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We talk with Nader Dabit, Developer Advocate for Amazon Web Services, about the role of DevRel and what's involved in this "dream job", frontend and mobile developers using AWS Amplify to build cloud-enabled applications, how GraphQL, React, and others fit in, and the direction of React Native. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogDigitalOceanAlgoliaOur search partner.algolia.comFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:01:00:12

306: The Great GatsbyJS

7/18/2018
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From open source project to a $3.8 million dollar seed round to transform Gatsby.js into a full-blown startup that's building what's becoming the defacto modern web frontend. In this episode, we talk with Jason Lengstorf about this blazing-fast static site generator, its building blocks and how they all fit together, the future of web development on the JAMstack (JavaScript + APIs), the importance of site performance, site rebuilds, getting started, and how they're focused on building an...

Duration:01:12:10

305: Putting AI in a box at MachineBox [rebroadcast]

7/11/2018
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In this special episode of The Changelog we’re sharing a full-length episode of our newly launched podcast called Practical AI — covering AI, Machine Learning, and Data Science. In this episode Mat Ryer and David Hernandez joined Daniel and Chris to talk about MachineBox, building a company around AI, and democratizing AI. Sponsors AirbrakeLinodeOur cloud server of choice.linode.com/changelogGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:00:47:37

304: The impact of AI at Microsoft

7/4/2018
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We're on location at Microsoft Build 2018 talking with Corey Sanders and Steve Guggenheimer — two Microsoft veterans focused on artificial intelligence and cloud computing. We talked about the direction and convergence of AI, ethics, cloud computing, and how the day to day lives of developers will change because of the advancements in AI. Sponsors AirbrakeLinodeOur cloud server of choice.linode.com/changelogGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:00:58:15

303: Programmable infrastructure

6/27/2018
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Jerod Santo is riding solo talking with Kurt Mackey, co-founder of Fly. He talked to him about his work at Ars Technica, his prediction on tabs being a fad, and Kurt being a founding member of MongoHQ, which was later renamed to Compose and acquired by IBM. Jerod also talked to him about lighthouse scores, performance, and an interesting program Fly is instituting to compensate open source project maintainers. Sponsors AirbrakeDigitalOceanGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:01:02:26

302: Computer Science without a computer

6/20/2018
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Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo talk with Tim Bell, the founder and creator of CS Unplugged, a collection of free teaching material that teaches computer science through engaging games and puzzles. They talk to him about where this program came from him, the need for computer science in today's K-12 education programs, how CS Unplugged fits in, and how you can get involved. Sponsors AirbrakeDigitalOceanGoCDRollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of...

Duration:01:14:47

301: Python at Microsoft

6/13/2018
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We talked with Steve Dower and Dan Taylor at Microsoft Build 2018 about the history of Python at Microsoft, the origination of IronPython, Python Tools for Visual Studio, flying under the radar to add support Python, fighting from within to support open source, and more. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogDigitalOceanOSCON Featuring TwitterGitHubTwitterGitHubWebsiteTwitterGitHubWebsite Notes and Links IronPythonPython Visual...

Duration:00:37:49

300: Corporate interests in open source and dev culture

6/6/2018
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Zed Shaw – creator of Mongrel, Learn Python the Hard Way, and more – joined the show to talk through a recent Twitter thread from Zed where he shared his thoughts on open source, making money in open source, corporate interests and involvement, developer culture, and more. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogLinodeOur cloud server of choice.linode.com/changelogOSCONFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:01:33:35

299: Curl turns 20, HTTP/2, and QUIC

5/31/2018
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Daniel Stenberg joined the show to talk about 20 years of curl, what’s new with http2, and the backstory of QUIC - a new transport designed by Jim Roskind at Google which offers reduced latency compared to that of TCP+TLS+HTTP/2. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogDigitalOceanOSCONFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com Featuring TwitterGitHubWebsiteTwitterGitHubWebsiteTwitterGitHubWebsite Notes and Links Daniel Stenberg on...

Duration:01:04:26

298: The beginnings of Microsoft Azure

5/23/2018
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We're on location at Microsoft Build 2018 talking with Julia White, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft — a 17 year Microsoft veteran. We talked with Julia about her take on this “new Microsoft”, Satya Nadella's first appearance as CEO when they revealed the first glimpse of Microsoft’s cloud offering which started with Office, the beginnings of Microsoft Azure, Azure as the world’s computer, and how every company is becoming a software company. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before...

Duration:00:50:52

297: Prisma and the GraphQL data layer

5/16/2018
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Johannes Schickling, co-founder and CEO of Prisma, joined the show to catch us up on all things GraphQL — the tech, the possibilities, the community, how Prisma turns your database into a GraphQL API, their new business direction, Prisma Cloud, open source vs enterprise, and the upcoming GraphQL Europe in Berlin on June 15th. Sponsors RollbarWe catch our errors before our users do because of Rollbar.rollbar.com/changelogDigitalOceanGoCDFastlyOur bandwidth partner.fastly.com...

Duration:01:14:58