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This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereViktor Gamov - Principal Developer Advocate at Kong & Co-Autor of "Kafka in Action"Tim Berglund - VP DevRel at StarTree & Author of "Gradle Beyond the Basics"DESCRIPTIONKafka has been on developers’ radars for quite a while now. Viktor Gamov’s co-authored book “Kafka in Action” ensures that you have a list of recipes to dive into. Joined by Tim Berglund, VP DevRel at StarTree, they explore the fundamentals of Apache Kafka.Learn what Kafka can help you achieve, what Viktor’s favorite MCU film is and what “Highway to Mars” by Beast In Black has to do with all of this.The interview is based on Viktor's co-authored book "Kafka in Action"LINKSStreaming Audio: Apache Kafka® & Real-Time DataRECOMMENDED BOOKSViktor Gamov, Dylan Scott & Dave Klein • Kafka in ActionViktor Gamov, Tartakovsky, Rasputnis & Fain • Enterprise Web DevelopmentTim Berglund • Gradle Beyond the BasicsTim Berglund & Matthew McCullough • Building and Testing with GradleShapira, Palino, Sivaram & Petty • Kafka: The Definitive GuideMartin Kleppmann • Designing Data-Intensive ApplicationsJono Bacon • People PoweredMary Thengvall • The Business Value of Developer RelationsJay Kreps • I ❤️ LogsZhamak Dehghani • Data MeshBill Bejeck • Kafka Streams in ActionTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2022 for GOTO Unscripted. gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereHolly Cummins - Senior Principal Software Engineer on the Red Hat Quarkus TeamKevlin Henney - Consultant, Programmer, Keynote Speaker, Technologist, Trainer & WriterDESCRIPTIONToday cloud native and cloud transformation are more than buzzwords. However, most companies and development teams have not yet surpassed all the hurdles that come with moving to the cloud.Holly Cummins and Kevlin Henney dismantle why many organizations think by adopting microservices to their cloud strategy, they are ‘doing cloud right’ and how ‘Contract Testing’ can help to reduce the risks of microservices deployments.RECOMMENDED BOOKSHolly Cummins & Timothy Ward • Enterprise OSGi in ActionKevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should KnowKevlin Henney • 97 Things Every Programmer Should KnowHenney & Monson-Haefel • 97 Things Every Software Architect Should KnowPini Reznik, Jamie Dobson & Michelle Gienow • Cloud Native TransformationJohn Arundel & Justin Domingus • Cloud Native DevOps with KubernetesKasun Indrasiri & Sriskandarajah Suhothayan • Design Patterns for Cloud Native ApplicationsAlexander Raul • Cloud Native with KubernetesTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereMark Heckler - Principal Cloud Advocate, Java/JVM Languages at Microsoft & Author of "Spring Boot: Up and Running"Thomas Vitale - Senior Software Engineer at Systematic & Author of "Cloud Native Spring in Action"DESCRIPTIONSpring Boot is a versatile and supportive environment for developers. Mark Heckler, the author of Spring Boot: Up and Running and Thomas Vitale, software architect at Systematic, explore many of its capabilities while discussing Mark’s book. They cover hot topics such as data integrations, deploying in production, security and reactive vs imperative programming. They both share their views and transforming experiences of joining the Spring Boot community.The interview is based on Mark's book "Spring Boot Up & Running"RECOMMENDED BOOKSMark Heckler • Spring Boot: Up & RunningLaurentiu Spilca • Spring, Start HereThomas Vitale • Cloud Native Spring in Action (available soon)Craig Walls • Spring Boot in ActionCraig Walls • Spring in ActionTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereOscar Beijbom - Co-Founder at NyckelPrayson Daniel - Principal Data Scientist at NTT DATADESCRIPTIONSelf-driving vehicles have been a hot topic for a while now and everyone is waiting for the next breakthrough. Prayson Daniel, principal data scientist at NTT DATA, and Oscar Beijbom, co-founder at Nyckel, stuck their heads together to review what type of machine learning data is needed to run an autonomous vehicle. Furthermore, they talked about topics such as security, language choices and when the time of deploying a model has come.RECOMMENDED BOOKSPhil Winder • Reinforcement LearningKelleher & Tierney • Data Science (The MIT Press Essential Knowledge series)Lakshmanan, Robinson & Munn • Machine Learning Design PatternsLakshmanan, Görner & Gillard • Practical Machine Learning for Computer VisionAurélien Géron • Hands-On Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn, Keras & TensorFlowTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at GOTO Aarhus.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereAdam Tornhill - Author of "Software Design X-Rays" and Founder & CTO at CodeSceneChristian Clausen - Author of "Five Lines of Code"DESCRIPTIONWhen do you refactoring your code? Learn from Christian Clausen, author of "Five Lines of Code" and Adam Tornhill, author of "Your Code As A Crime Scene" and "Software Design X-Rays” how to analyze your code to understand its need for refactoring. Furthermore, gain an understanding of the social side of refactoring and its implications.RECOMMENDED BOOKSAdam Tornhill • Software Design X-RaysAdam Tornhill • Your Code as a Crime SceneChristian Clausen • Five Lines of CodeAdam Tornhill • Lisp for the WebAdam Tornhill • Patterns in CMartin Fowler • RefactoringMaude Lemaire • Refactoring at ScaleTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2022 for GOTO Unscripted. gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereJames Lewis - Principal Consultant & Technical Director at ThoughtworksKevlin Henney - Consultant, Programmer, Keynote Speaker, Technologist, Trainer & WriterDESCRIPTIONSoftware shares multiple similarities with living creatures. Embark on a journey with Kevlin Henney, an independent consultant & speaker, and James Lewis, consultant at Thoughtworks, to undercover some of the aspects that make producing software so complex from trending frameworks, that help you understand the human component, to its disposable aspect and the way it influences companies and solves real-world problems.RECOMMENDED BOOKSKevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should KnowKevlin Henney • 97 Things Every Programmer Should KnowHenney & Monson-Haefel • 97 Things Every Software Architect Should KnowMatthew Skelton & Manuel Pais • Team TopologiesMichael Jackson • Software Requirements and SpecificationsGeoffrey West • ScaleCharles Stross • Singularity SkyCharles Stross • Quantum of NightmaresCharles Stross • The Atrocity ArchivesCharles Stross • AccelerandoTed Chiang • Stories of Your Life and OthersTed Chiang • Exhalation: StoriesTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereKesha Williams - Cloud Leadership at Slalom, Speaker & AWS Machine Learning HeroMike Zazon - Senior Cloud Architect at AWS and Co-Author of "AWS Cookbook: Recipes for Success on AWS"John Culkin - Senior Solutions Architect AWS and Co-Author of "AWS Cookbook: Recipes for Success on AWS"DESCRIPTIONIf you are working with AWS on a daily basis or are looking into applying it, then the AWS Cookbook by John Culkin and Mike Zazon should definitely be on your radar. Explore some of the recipes that can ease and improve your workflow in a discussion with Kesha Williams, senior manager at Slalom. Some of the recipes discussed look at security, networking, storage, serverless, and containers.The interview is based on John's & Mike's book "AWS Cookbook"RECOMMENDED BOOKSJohn Culkin & Mike Zazon • AWS CookbookChris Fregly & Antje Barth • Data Science on AWSGareth Eagar • Data Engineering with AWSPrashant Lakhera • AWS for System AdministratorsTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at CodeNode in London.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereDylan Beattie - Creator of Rockstar Language, Microsoft MVP, Keynote Speaker & GuitaristHannes Lowette - Head of Learning & Development at Axxes, Monolith Advocate, Speaker & Whiskey LoverKevlin Henney - Consultant, Programmer, Keynote Speaker, Technologist, Trainer & WriterDESCRIPTIONWriting music, building guitars and writing software share more similarities than one would imagine at first.Kevlin Henney, an independent consultant, chats with Dylan Beatttie, creator of the Rockstar programming language, and Hannes Lowette, head of learning & development at Axxes, about the craftsmanship and creativity that is required from them. They showcase Hannes’ self-made guitar, the importance of making decisions at the right point in time or how there isn’t a default for solving problems in either of these domains, but rather a personalized and evolving approach.RECOMMENDED BOOKSKevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should KnowKevlin Henney • 97 Things Every Programmer Should KnowHenney & Monson-Haefel • 97 Things Every Software Architect Should KnowHenney, Buschmann & Schmidt • Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture Volume 5Gamma, Helm, Johnson & Booch • Design Patterns (Gang of Four)David Farley • Modern Software EngineeringTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded at GOTO Amsterdam 2022 for GOTO Unscripted.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereAna-Maria Mihalceanu - Developer Advocate at Red Hat & Java ChampionEric Johnson - Principal Developer Advocate for Serverless at AWSDESCRIPTIONTechnology can advance faster if we share our knowledge. That’s the mission of a developer advocate. Ana-Maria Mihalceanu, developer advocate at Red Hat, talked to Eric Johnson, principal developer advocate at AWS, about her passion for learning, sharing knowledge, Java and Kubernetes. Discover what a Kubernetes operator is and when to use it vs Terraform.RECOMMENDED BOOKSBrendan Burns, Joe Beda & Kelsey Hightower • Kubernetes: Up and RunningMarkus Eisele & Natale Vinto • Modernizing Enterprise JavaKevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should KnowBurns, Villalba, Strebel & Evenson • Kubernetes Best PracticesAdzic & Korac • Running ServerlessScott Patterson • Learn AWS Serverless ComputingPeter Sbarski • Serverless Architectures on AWSTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereLena Reinhard - Leadership Coach & ConsultantBlake Walters - Senior Director of Engineering at CircleCIDESCRIPTIONWhile hypergrowth means that a company is on the right track, this phase comes with challenges at all levels of the organization. Lena Reinhard, leadership coach & consultant, and Blake Walters, senior director of engineering at CircleCI, share best practices based on their own experiences, navigating the ambiguity that comes along with these hypergrowth phases in a company's life cycle. Learn how to get through this phase successfully, what tools and tips can support the company and what hypergrowth means for the software engineering team.RECOMMENDED BOOKSFrank Slootman • Amp It UpAaron Ross & Jason Lemkin • From Impossible to InevitableScott Hallman • The 7 Success Drivers to HyperGrowthAino Vonge Corry • Retrospectives AntipatternsLee, Wickens, Liu & Boyle • Designing for PeopleMatthew Skelton & Manuel Pais • Team TopologiesTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereMike Amundsen - Author of "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook" and (Co-)Author of Many More BooksAlianna Inzana - Vice President of Product at WeTransferDESCRIPTIONThe API ecosystem is evolving and the focus is changing from “how to design them” to “how to implement them”. Mike Amundsen, author of "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook", and Alianna Inzana, VP of Product at WeTransfer, cover the recent changes while also touching on broader subjects like evolvable architectures. Join them in this conversation around restful web API.The interview is based on Mike's book "Restful Web API Patterns & Practices Cookbook"RECOMMENDED BOOKSMike Amundsen • Restful Web API Patterns & Practices CookbookMike Amundsen • Design and Build Great Web APIsMike Amundsen • RESTful Web ClientsRonnie Mitra & Irakli Nadareishvili • Microservices: Up and RunningRonnie Mitra, Irakli Nadareishvili, Matt McLarty & Mike Amundsen • Microservice ArchitectureRonnie Mitra, Mehdi Medjaoui, Erik Wilde & Mike Amundsen • Continuous API ManagementRonnie Mitra & many more • DataPower SOA Appliance Administration, Deployment, and Best PracticesJames Higginbotham • Principles of Web API DesignTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubKen Kousen - Author of "Help Your Boss Help You" & President at Kousen ITTrisha Gee - Co-Editor of "97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know" & Java Advocacy Lead at JetBrainsDESCRIPTIONThere are tons of books about how to become a manager and how to improve as a manager, but in this Book Club episode, Trisha Gee talks to Ken Kousen about how you can manage your own manager. They explore his book "Help Your Boss Help You," which takes the standpoint of an employee and how you can build a relationship with your boss that helps you get what you want. What drives the dynamic in a professional relationship, and how can you as an employee steer the wheel for your career?The interview is based on Ken's book "Help Your Boss Help You".Read the full transcription of the interview hereRECOMMENDED BOOKSKen Kousen • Help Your Boss Help YouKen Kousen • Kotlin CookbookKen Kousen • Modern Java RecipesKen Kousen • Gradle Recipes for AndroidKen Kousen • Making Java GroovyRobert Axelrod • The Evolution of CooperationKevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should KnowMatthew Skelton & Manuel Pais • Team TopologiesTwitterLinkedInFacebookncase.me/trustmedium.com/@kenkousenkenkousen.substack.comLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted.http://gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereRutger Bregman - Historian and Author of "Humankind: A Hopeful History"Preben Thorø - CTO at Trifork SwitzerlandDESCRIPTIONIf you look at recent developments in human history, the world may seem like a grim place, in which humanity is setting itself for destruction. However, if you consider the research made in various disciplines such as anthropology, archaeology, sociology, philosophy and psychology, you’ll see that in fact the contrary is happening.Preben Thorø, CTO at Trifork Switzerland, talked to Rutger Bregman, historian and author of “Humankind: A Hopeful History”, about how the world is a much better place than we perceive it and how research can restore our belief in the good of humanity.RECOMMENDED BOOKSRutger Bregman • Humankind: A Hopeful HistoryRutger Bregman • Utopia For RealistsDaniel Kahneman • Thinking, Fast and SlowTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted alm...
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at CodeNode in London.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereHannes Lowette - Head of Learning & Development at AxxesMartin Thwaites - Developer Advocate at HoneycombDESCRIPTION.NET has been undergoing a massive development since its very beginning. Martin Thwaites, developer advocate for Honeycomb, and Hannes Lowette, head of learning and development at Axxes, enjoyed every step of its path.Join them as they reveal important milestones in .NET’s evolution as well as gain practical insights into web performance, running .NET at scale, and how to implement observability.RECOMMENDED BOOKSAnthony Brown • Reactive Applications with Akka.NETJamie Allen • Effective AkkaRoestenburg, Bakker & Williams • Akka in Action 1st Ed.Francisco Lopez-Sancho Abraham • Akka in Action 2nd Ed.Chantzis, Stais, Calderon, Deirmentzoglou & Woods • Practical IoT HackingTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereCharity Majors - Co- Author of Observability Engineering and CTO at HoneycombLiz Fong-Jones - Co- Author of Observability Engineering an Principal Developer Advocate for SRE & Observability at HoneycombGeorge Miranda - Co- Author of Observability Engineering and Head of Ecosystems & Partnerships at HoneycombDESCRIPTIONObservability is crucial for developing and understanding the software that powers today’s complex systems. Charity, Liz and George, authors of “Observability Engineering” show you how to manage software at scale, deliver complex cloud native applications and systems, and the benefit observability has across the entire software development lifecycle.You’ll also learn the impact observability has on organizational culture (and vice versa).The interview is based on Charity's, Liz' and Goerge's book "Observability Engineering".RECOMMENDED BOOKSCharity Majors, Liz Fong-Jones & George Miranda • Observability EngineeringKelly Shortridge & Aaron Rinehart • Security Chaos EngineeringNora Jones & Casey Rosenthal • Chaos EngineeringMikolaj Pawlikowski • Chaos EngineeringRuss Miles • Learning Chaos EngineeringMurphy, Beyer, Jones & Petoff • Site Reliability EngineeringBeyer, Murphy, Rensin, Kawahara & Thorne • The Site Reliability WorkbookDavid N. Blank-Edelman • Seeking SRETwitterLinkedInFacebook Looking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereBen Darnell - Co-Author of "CockroachDB: The Definitive Guide" and CTO at Cockroach Labs  Guy Harrison - Co-Author of "CockroachDB: The Definitive Guide" and CEO at alwaysNFT.cloud, CTO at ProvenDB  DESCRIPTIONHow do modern data platforms integrate into today’s world? Join Guy Harrison and Ben Darnell, the authors of "CockroachDB: The Definitive Guide", to learn about the different use cases and unique functions of CockroachDB. Take a deep dive into the migration to the cloud and the different requirements for analytical and transactional data platforms.The interview is based on Ben & Guy's book "CockroachDB: The Definitive Guide".RECOMMENDED BOOKSDarnell, Harrison & Seldess • CockroachDB: The Definitive GuideGuy Harrison • Next Generation DatabasesGuy Harrison & Steven Feuerstein • MySQL Stored Procedure ProgrammingGuy Harrison & Michael Harrison • MongoDB Performance TuningKishen Das Kondabagilu Rajanna • Getting Started with CockroachDBRegina Obe & Leo Hsu • PostgreSQLSimon Riggs & Gianni Ciolli • PostgreSQL 14 Administration CookbookTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereJames Higginbotham - Author of "Principles of Web API Design" and Executive API Consultant at LaunchAnyMike Amundsen - Author of "Design and Build Great Web APIs" and (Co-)Author of Many More BooksDESCRIPTIONJames Higginbotham, author of “Principles of Web API Design”, outlines the key points of creating and using APIs in today’s world. In the conversation with Mike Amundsen, author of “RESTful Patterns and Best Practices for API's Cookbook” you discover the principles of James’ ADDR process and how job stories and event storming contribute to a successful API launch. Furthermore, they touch upon key terms such as minimum viable portal and why API boundaries are so hot at the moment. The interview is based on James's book "Principles of Web API Design".RECOMMENDED BOOKSJames Higginbotham • Principles of Web API DesignMike Amundsen • Design and Build Great Web APIsMike Amundsen • RESTful Web ClientsRonnie Mitra & Irakli Nadareishvili • Microservices: Up and RunningRonnie Mitra, Irakli Nadareishvili, Matt McLarty & Mike Amundsen • Microservice ArchitectureRonnie Mitra, Mehdi Medjaoui, Erik Wilde & Mike Amundsen • Continuous API ManagementRonnie Mitra & many more • DataPower SOA Appliance Administration, Deployment, and Best PracticesTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereJim Manico - Founder at Manicode Security & Co-Author of "Iron-Clad Java"John Steven - Founding Principal at Aedify Security & CTO at Concourse LabsDESCRIPTIONSecurity is a key topic in software. Lately, it has shifted from a security team responsibility to a task every single developer has to think about. Jim Manico, Founder and Secure Coding Educator at Manicode Security, and John Steven, the Founding Principal at Aedify Security, assess the evolution of the security role in order for developers to make the right decisions.RECOMMENDED BOOKSJim Manico & August Detlefsen • Iron-Clad JavaLiz Rice • Container SecurityLiz Rice • Kubernetes SecurityAaron Parecki • OAuth 2.0 SimplifiedAaron Parecki • OAuth 2.0 ServersAaron Parecki • The Little Book of OAuth 2.0 RFCsErdal Ozkaya • Cybersecurity: The Beginner's GuideRicher & Sanso • OAuth 2 in ActionWilson & Hingnikar • Demystifying OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, and SAML 2.0TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.gotopia.tech/bookclubRead the full transcription of the interview hereSaleem Siddiqui - Author of "Learning Test-Driven Development", Technologist & CoachDave Farley - Author of "Modern Software Engineering", Continuous Delivery & DevOps PioneerFind plenty more from Dave on his Continuous Delivery YouTube channelDESCRIPTIONYou may think test-driven development wouldn't work in your preferred programming language, or that it would disrupt your code writing — this Book Club episode proves otherwise. Saleem Siddiqui, author of “Learning Test-Driven Development,” and Dave Farley, author of "Modern Software Engineering," review the multiple ways test-driven development can yield more effective results and produce higher quality code.The interview is based on Saleem's book "Learning Test-Driven Development".Check out Saleem on O'Reilly's learning platform.RECOMMENDED BOOKSSaleem Siddiqui • Learning Test-Driven DevelopmentSaleem Siddiqui, Michael Landy & Jeff Swisher • Jbuilder Developer's GuideDavid Farley • Modern Software EngineeringDave Farley & Jez Humble • Continuous DeliveryRoy Osherove • The Art of Unit TestingKent Beck • Test Driven DevelopmentNicole Forsgren, Jez Humble & Gene Kim • AccelerateTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at CodeNode in London.gotopia.techRead the full transcription of this interview hereMark Rendle - Incurable Programmer & Lover of C#, .NET Core, Containers, Clouds & DevOpsMatt Turner - DevOps Leader, Software Engineer at TetrateDESCRIPTIONJoin Mark Rendle, MS Dev Tech MVP, and Matt Turner, DevOps leader, architect, and engineer at Marshall Wace, in a passionate discussion about gRPC’s past and future and how it fits in with technologies such as .NET and service meshes. They get deep in the weeds on technology cycles while debating the future of infrastructure as a code and Kubernetes. And Mark has a brilliant idea on how to build an alternative to Facebook.RECOMMENDED BOOKSBurns, Beda & Hightower • Kubernetes: Up & RunningBurns, Villalba, Strebel & Evenson • Kubernetes Best PracticesKasun Indrasiri & Danesh Kuruppu • gRPC: Up and RunningLiz Rice • Container SecurityLiz Rice • Kubernetes SecurityJohn Arundel & Justin Domingus • Cloud Native DevOps with KubernetesHausenblas & Schimanski • Programming KubernetesTwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket at gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily.TwitterLinkedInFacebookLooking for a unique learning experience?Attend the next GOTO conference near you! Get your ticket: gotopia.techSUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL - new videos posted almost daily
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