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React Stack with G2i Team

4/19/2018
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Most new frontend webapps today use ReactJS. An increasing number of mobile apps are created using the cross-platform components of React Native. GraphQL, Facebook’s open source data-fetching middleware tool is being used by more and more companies, who are finding that it simplifies their development. Facebook’s open source suite of technologies created a new developer ecosystem. There is an increased demand for engineers who know how to build software withContinue reading...

Duration:01:02:13

SafeGraph with Auren Hoffman

4/18/2018
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Machine learning tools are rapidly maturing. TensorFlow gave developers an open source version of Google’s internal machine learning framework. Cloud computing provides a cost effective, accessible way of training models. Edge computing allows for low latency deployments of models. But even if you are a kid with a laptop who has learned all the machine learning algorithms, read all of the deep learning textbooks, and figured out how to useContinue reading...

Duration:01:09:56

Talking Bitcoin with Adam B. Levine

4/17/2018
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Let’s Talk Bitcoin is one of the most popular podcasts about cryptocurrencies. Adam B. Levine started it after three other podcasts he started did not get the traction he had hoped for. Adam parlayed the success of Let’s Talk Bitcoin into a network of podcasts–the Let’s Talk Bitcoin Network–which also includes one of my favorite shows, Epicenter. Adam joins me on today’s episode for a discussion of so many topics:Continue reading...

Duration:01:01:50

Monitoring Kubernetes with Ilan Rabinovitch

4/16/2018
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Monitoring a Kubernetes cluster allows operators to track the resource utilization of the containers within that cluster. In today’s episode, Ilan Rabinovitch joins the show to explore the different options for setting up monitoring, and some common design patterns around Kubernetes logging and metrics gathering. Ilan is the VP of product and community at Datadog. Earlier in his career, Ilan spent much of his time working with Linux and takingContinue reading...

Duration:00:50:31

Unchained with Laura Shin

4/13/2018
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Laura Shin is the host of Unchained, a podcast about cryptocurrencies and decentralized technology. For every episode, Laura does significant research and preparation, so the content turns out polished and high quality. Her enthusiasm for the subject of cryptocurrencies comes through in her reporting. Podcasting about cryptocurrencies requires walking a fine line. Cryptocurrencies have a mixture of drama and exciting technology–which are both great for a journalist. But you can’tContinue...

Duration:01:01:13

Mastodon: Federated Social Network with Eugen Rochko

4/12/2018
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Social networks can make you feel connected to a global society. But those social networks are controlled by a corporate entity. The profit motivations of the corporation are not directly aligned with the experience of the users. Mastodon is an open source, decentralized social network. Eugen Rochko started building Mastodon in response to his dissatisfaction with centralized social networks like Facebook and Twitter. In the Mastodon model, users can runContinue reading...

Duration:01:00:46

Go Systems with Erik St. Martin

4/11/2018
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Go is a language designed to improve systems programming. Go includes abstractions that simplify aspects of low level engineering that are historically difficult—concurrency, resource allocation, and dependency management. In that light, it makes sense that the Kubernetes container orchestration system was written in Go. Erik St. Martin is a cloud developer advocate at Microsoft, where he focuses on Go and Kubernetes. He also hosts the podcast “Go Time,” and hasContinue reading...

Duration:00:57:53

Database Chaos with Tammy Butow

4/10/2018
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Tammy Butow has worked at Digital Ocean and Dropbox, where she built out infrastructure and managed engineering teams. At both of these companies, the customer base was at a massive scale. At Dropbox, Tammy worked on the database that holds metadata used by Dropbox users to access their files. To call this metadata system simply a “database” is an understatement–it is actually a multi-tiered system of caches and databases. ThisContinue reading...

Duration:00:59:53

Site Reliability Management with Mike Hiraga

4/9/2018
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Software engineers have interacted with operations teams since software was being written. In the 1990s, most operations teams worked with physical infrastructure. They made sure that servers were provisioned correctly and installed with the proper software. When software engineers shipped bad code that took down a software company, the operations teams had to help recover the system—which often meant dealing with the physical servers. During the 90s and early 2000s,Continue reading...

Duration:00:47:16

IPFS Design with David Dias

4/6/2018
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The Interplanetary File System (IPFS) is a decentralized global, peer-to-peer file system. IPFS combines ideas from BitTorrent, Git, and Bitcoin, creating a new way to store and access objects across the Internet. When you access an object on almost any website, you are accessing the object via a location address—a URL. The URL tells you where to find the object. If the object is a photo on Facebook that youContinue reading...

Duration:01:00:20

Ethereum Governance with Hudson Jameson

4/5/2018
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The Ethereum community started as a small group of dedicated engineers. It has ballooned to thousands of engineers, entrepreneurs and investors, all of whom have a stake in the direction of Ethereum. Ethereum is an open source project, and the direction of a popular open source project can get complex. Ethereum is figuring out how to govern itself. It’s not clear what the perfect model is, but there are aContinue reading...

Duration:00:56:12

PubSub Infrastructure with Stephen Blum

4/4/2018
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The pubsub pattern allows a developer to create channels, which messages can be written to and read from. Pubsub messaging is useful for multicast messaging–when you want to publish messages from a producer, and have multiple consumers who are subscribed to the publisher receive those messages. Almost any application that reaches a high level of complexity will need a pubsub system of some kind. The pubsub system itself can beContinue reading...

Duration:01:00:36

Gitcoin: Open Source Bounties with Kevin Owocki

4/3/2018
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Most technology companies rely on open source software projects. But open source software projects are often maintained by a group of people that is not affiliated with any particular company. When an open source project develops too much technical debt, it can become a tragedy of the commons. Who is responsible for maintaining these open source projects? This is the motivation for open source bounties. Companies and individuals who relyContinue reading...

Duration:00:57:59

Zcash Design with Sean Bowe

4/2/2018
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Zcash is a payment and consensus system that allows users to transfer money to each other with strong guarantees of privacy. Zcash implements the same core features of Bitcoin, with the added functionality of shielded payments. Shielded payments are private, and they are enabled by a novel cryptographic technique called zk-SNARKS: zero knowledge succinct non-interactive argument of knowledge. A zk-SNARK allows for the proof that a certain piece of informationContinue reading...

Duration:00:59:29

ShapeShift with Erik Voorhees

3/30/2018
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“The Federal Reserve System is fraudulent. Whatever its stated purpose, its effective purpose is to create a mechanism of deficit spending by politicians, through the insidious invisible taxation of monetary debasement (aka inflation).” These are the words of Erik Voorhees, the CEO of crypto financial exchange ShapeShift. Long before he started ShapeShift, Erik was opposed to some of the core principles of the global financial system, in which he seesContinue reading...

Duration:01:00:14

Enterprise Smart Contracts with Marley Gray

3/29/2018
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We sign many different types of contracts throughout our lives. We sign a mortgage to get a loan for a house. When we go to the hospital, we sign a piece of paper that defines how our medical data can be shared between organizations. These pieces of paper represent our opting into an agreement that will be mediated and enforced by computer interactions. We can’t see the code behind thoseContinue reading...

Duration:00:53:27

Plasma: Smart Contract Scalability with Christian Reitwiessner

3/28/2018
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Ethereum is a system for running decentralized smart contracts. In the current implementation of Ethereum, every smart contract gets deployed to every full node. Whenever a user wants to call a smart contract, that smart contract gets executed on each full node–across the entire network. The current model for smart contract execution needs to be made more scalable. In today’s episode, Christian Reitwiessner joins the show to describe Plasma–a systemContinue reading...

Duration:00:47:30

Cryptocurrency Networking with Soumya Basu

3/27/2018
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Soumya Basu is a PhD student at Cornell, where he studies distributed systems problems associated with cryptocurrencies. Soumya is advised by Emin Gun Sirer, a Cornell professor who previously appeared on the show to discuss smart contract security. Soumya joins the show today to talk about a variety of issues in the cryptocurrency space. We first explored the degree to which Bitcoin and Ethereum are actually decentralized–which might be lessContinue reading...

Duration:00:54:59

Consensus Systems with Ethan Buchman

3/26/2018
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Consensus protocols are used to allow computers to work together. A consensus protocol lets different servers agree on the state of a system. For decades, these protocols have been used to establish consensus among database nodes, application servers, and other infrastructure that runs within an enterprise. More recently, new consensus protocols have been invented to allow cryptoeconomic systems to agree on the state of a financial system. The first cryptoeconomicContinue reading...

Duration:01:03:02

DAO Reflections and Slock.it with Christoph Jentzsch

3/23/2018
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The DAO was a system of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain that investors put millions of dollars into. Back in May 2016, it was the largest crowdfunding event in history, and we discussed it in detail in a previous episode with Matt Leising. The DAO was hacked due to a security vulnerability, and this event led to a hard fork of Ethereum. The DAO was organized by a companyContinue reading...

Duration:00:57:51

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