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Bugsnag Business with James Smith


Crash monitoring emerged as a software category over the last decade. Crash monitoring software allows developers to understand when their applications are crashing on client devices. For example, we have an app for Software Engineering Daily that peop...


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Incident Response Machine Learning with Chris Riley


Software bugs cause unexpected problems at every company.  Some problems are small. A website goes down in the middle of the night, and the outage triggers a phone call to an engineer who has to wake up and fix the problem.


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Gatsby with Kyle Mathews and Sam Bhagwat


Frontend software development has become as complex as backend development. There was a time when frontend web development was simple. There was a small number of JavaScript frameworks and templating systems.


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Drones with Chris Anderson


Drones will deliver food to us. Drones will be able to extinguish fires. Drones will be used to relay Internet signals and make the world more connected.  These all sound like great ideas, so why aren’t there more drones in the sky today?


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LinkedIn Data Engineering with Kapil Surlaker


A large social network needs to develop systems for ingesting, storing, and processing large volumes of data. Data engineering at scale requires multiple engineering teams that are responsible for different areas of the infrastructure.


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FOSSA: Open Source Management with Kevin Wang


Every company has a software supply chain. A company builds its products from custom code, paid APIs, paid proprietary binaries, and open source software libraries. As the types of software available have increased,


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Scale with Alexandr Wang


Machine learning is widely understood by the software community. But it is still hard to build a company around machine learning, because there is not easy access to large, unique data sets. Scale is a platform for training and validating data that is ...


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Leadership with Ben Horowitz


Photo credit: Elisabeth Fall Ben Horowitz started Loudcloud with Marc Andreessen in 1999. He ran the company for eight years and chronicled his experience in his first book The Hard Thing About Hard Things. In his time running Loudcloud,


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Facebook Leadership with Arturo Bejar


Facebook leadership has a significant amount of engineers in its ranks, and engineers understand how to create an environment that appeals to other engineers.  Engineers do not like working on projects that they are not interested in,


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Facebook Fallout with Antonio Garcia Martinez


Chaos Monkeys is a book about Silicon Valley startups and Facebook. It is one of the most accurate books written about the modern technology industry, and captures both the negatives and the positives of software companies.


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