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Kafka Data Pipelines with Robin Moffatt


A new software product usually starts with a single database. That database manages the tables for user accounts and basic transactions. When a product becomes popular, the database grows in size. There are more transactions and more users.


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ReadMe with Greg Koberger


A software company needs to get many things right in order to be successful. Having a useful product with solid engineering is only the beginning. ReadMe was started five years ago. The company solved a seemingly simple problem: documentation for softw...


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Open Source Ecosystem with Dirk Hohndel


Open source software is very new. Open source has existed for less than 30-40 years, depending on who you ask. The idea of open source was popularized by Linux, and open source software started to get heavily commercialized in the 1990s.


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Distributed Databases with Aly Cabral


Modern databases consist of multiple servers that host the data in a distributed fashion. Using multiple servers allows a database to be resilient to the failure of any one database node, because copies of the data are shared to other servers.


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Kafka Applications with Tim Berglund


Ever since Apache Kafka was open sourced from LinkedIn, it has been used to solve a wide variety of problems in distributed systems and data engineering. Kafka is a distributed messaging queue that is used by developers to publish messages and subscrib...


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Okta Engineering with Hector Aguilar


A new employee at a software company needs access to a variety of tools. In order to get started working, the employee might need Slack, email, Google Docs, and Amazon Web Services, and all of these require an account with a username and password.


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Cloud-Native Applications with Cornelia Davis


Amazon Web Services first came out in 2006. It took several years before the software industry realized that cloud computing was a transformative piece of technology. Initially, the common perspective around cloud computing was that it was a useful too...


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Talking Python with Michael Kennedy


Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the software world. After working with Python and developing a love for the language, Michael Kennedy started to wonder why there was not a high quality podcast dedicated to covering the commun...


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MongoDB Data Platform with Andrew Davidson


A new software application has simple requirements for a database.  The database needs to be written to and read from. The database fulfills simple needs such as storing user information and providing the application frontend with the necessary data to...


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Google Spanner with Deepti Srivastava


Spanner is a globally distributed, transactionally consistent database.  Spanner initially emerged as a paper that came out of Google in 2012. Around this time, database scalability was difficult to solve, even for Google.


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