Technical interviews about software topics.
OpenSSL Vulnerability with Ilkka Turunen
OpenSSL is a free, open-source cryptographic library that provides secure communications over computer networks. It’s widely used to implement the secure socket layer (SSL) and transport layer security (TLS) protocols, which are the basis for secure, encrypted connections on the internet. On Oct 25th, the OpenSSL project informed its users of a critical vulnerability that
Special Episode with George Hotz
Comma is a startup aimed at solving self-driving cars. A lot of the new cars in the market have built-in stock Advanced driver assistance systems. Comma takes this system to the next level with Openpilot. Openpilot is an open-source driver assistance system. Currently, with features like Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Automated Lane Centering (ALC), Forward
Twisp: Reinventing Accounting Systems with Michael Parsons
Monolithic relational databases are the traditional foundation of financial core ledger systems. Nevertheless, the process of building and operating mission critical financial ledgers on these databases, and implementing homegrown accounting models, is a journey fraught with engineering challenges. Twisp has set out to rethink the underlying technology for financial ledger systems by combining the operational
Modernizing the Monolith with Moti Rafalin and Amir Rapson
Java Applications became the go-to preference of most developers because of the write-once-run-anywhere advantage it gave over other languages. And it didn’t take much time for Java to become the language for the enterprise. Consequently, most enterprises are still running legacy Java Monoliths on their infrastructure. Breaking up a monolith is not an easy process–nor
Cloud-native WebAssembly with Matt Butcher
When Web Assembly was created it was supposed to be a compile target, where you could compile your favorite programming language and then execute it inside of a web browser. This made it possible for developers to choose a programming language like C++ for compute intensive applications. Fermyon is taking Web Assembly to the cloud.
VMware Tanzu with Betty Junod
If you are a company with a large pool of physical servers, and compute resources sitting in the data center, and you want to use them efficiently, one way to do that would be to virtualize them. Then you can use those smaller virtual compute resources to run whatever workloads you need. VMware is a
Too much paid content
I'm listening to an episode and the whole thing seem like a paid conversation with a CEO of a DevOps company that is there to promote their product.
And this is aside the other ads that are running in between. 😕