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What the Dev? is a podcast by the SD Times editorial team. We cover the biggest and newest topics in software and technology.
87 Episodes
In this week's episode, we spoke to Dr. Aaron Cheng, the Vice President of Data Science at dotData, to talk about how adopting or evaluating AI versus actually benefitting from it can be far different challenges and what are the key things that can make AI adoption at organizations successful. 
In this week's episode, we spoke with DigitalOcean VP Raman Sharma about how the open source community has evolved over the past year. We discussed DigitalOcean's recent Currents report and talked about open source involvement, compensation, and inclusivity.  
In this week’s podcast episode, we spoke to Laura Santamaria, a developer advocate at LogDNA, to talk about the evolution of logging in the modern day. When people talk about logging they mainly talk about "how do I get my system working?" But, logging is really all about data streams and thinking about how data moves through an entire computing system and how it can be used for many different use cases.  
In this week's episode we spoke to Ben Sigelman, the CEO and co-founder of Lightstep, a company that recently released Change Intelligence, which is a solution that analyzes system-wide metrics and tracing data. We covered how ML and AI doesn't do well with operational data unless there is some kind of objective or function that it can be applied to and how Change Intelligence is built to address that problem. 
Maxwell Flitton, the author of the upcoming book Rust Web Programming joins us to talk about why developers should use Rust in their web development efforts, and the tools being made available for web programming with Rust. The hands-on guide to developing fast and secure web apps with the Rust programming language will be available on March 9, 2021. Listeners can pre-order the book here, or if you order by February 20th, use this link to get a 25% discount.
In this week's episode, we spoke about the resurgence of enterprise architecture as a lot of companies are looking to put an emphasis on business outcomes. Joining us this week is Tom O'Reilly, the COO at Sparx Systems. 
In this episode, quantum evangelist for Cambridge Quantum Computing Mark Jackson joins us to talk about recent advancements in the space, the impact this will have on software development, and what's still to come for quantum computing 
40% experience network brownouts at least several times a week, while one in five organizations experience them on a daily basis, new research from Accedian shows.That's why we talked to Mike Canney, the director of business development in North America, Accedian, about how these network brownouts affect businesses that mostly work remotely, what's causing them, and ways to fix the problem. 
In this week’s episode,  we spoke about the differences between what people have traditionally called application performance monitoring and observability with Bill Staples, president and chief product officer at the observability platform provider New Relic.Gaining more granular visibility into applications has really become critical in today’s complex application environments where performance monitoring has proved to not be enough. 
On the last episode of 2020, Dinesh Nirmal, IBM's newly minted general manager of IBM cloud integration, joins us to talk about how to migrate successfully to the hybrid cloud, and IBM's ongoing cloud efforts. 
In today's episode, we spoke to John Egan, the cofounder and CEO of the incident management company Kintaba about the difference between incident management and observability/application monitoring. Kintaba's solution helps companies automate their decision-making processes during security or performance incidents, or outages.
In this podcast we talked to Sergey Shkredov, the team lead for JetBrains's new integrated team environment Space, about how team collaboration has had to evolve with the ongoing pandemic, and the public launch JetBrains new solution. 
In this episode, we spoke to Shriram Ramanathan, the director of research at Lux research to talk about some of the biggest trends in technology the post-COVID world and the role of developers in all of this. Digital transformation will impact many key sectors such as telemedicine and we’ll be seeing an upward trend in robotics due to the need for infection prevention and improving resiliency.
In this podcast episode, we spoke with Vibhor Kapoor, the senior director of Adobe Document Services about how Adobe is currently working to reimagine the customer experience surrounding PDFs as well as the new APIs that make this possible.These advancements include making the reading experience feel more native for all kinds of screens and devices used today using machine learning. Adobe is also focusing on reimagining PDF for developers so that they can build modern experiences. 
In this week's episode, we spoke to Preety Kumar, CEO of Deque Systems about the steps developers should be taking to make their products accessible to all users. Check out the resources referenced in this episode:Agile Accessibility HandbookDeque System's accessibility SlackAccessibility browser extensionsAxe Con
In today’s podcast episode, we spoke about the importance of the developer role in making sure that applications are secure with Chris Campbell and Juan Mazo of Veracode.Be sure to check out the upcoming webinar How to get developers hooked on security on Wednesday, December 2 ,2020 | 1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT.
Lorne Kligerman, director of product for the software reliability company Gremlin, joined the podcast to talk about the state of chaos engineering, why it's important now than ever, how to be successful at it, and new Kubernetes features from the platform. Be sure to tune into the virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 event that gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities from November 17 – 20, 2020. 
In this week's episode, we spoke to Daniel "Spoons" Spoonhower from the observability company Lightstep about the importance of observability into Kubernetes. Observability is really about understanding changes and the effects of those changes on  your application. We also covered where the future of monitoring is going with more organizations embracing OpenTelemetry. Be sure to tune into the virtual KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2020 event that gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities from November 17 – 20, 2020. 
In today’s episode of What the Dev? we’re going to be talking about how to empower developers in the SaaS decision-making process at their organizations. A recent report by Auth0 found that companies that implement more SaaS components innovate faster than those that don’t; and those that do innovate faster are relying more heavily on developer teams for input in SaaS purchasing decisions.Joining me today is Jarod Reyes, who is the Director of Developer Marketing at Auth0 where he works to empower developers to innovate while securing their apps with Auth0. Prior to joining Auth0, Jarod most recently served as a Manager for the Developer Evangelism Team at Twilio and a Senior Front End Developer at Voxy.
COVID-19 has driven a significant demand on real-time data analysis in cloud and edge environments but organizations are severely limited in their ability to achieve real-time analysis with AI, due to the current size and speed of deep neural networks. Dr. Eli David, a pioneering researcher in deep learning and neural networks and co-founder of DeepCube, has been working on solving this exact problem and believes the answer lies in rethinking the way we train deep learning models to more closely mirror the human brain’s early childhood development.
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