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    Apollo GraphQL with Geoff Schmidt

    Apollo GraphQL with Geoff Schmidt

    GraphQL has become a core piece of infrastructure for many software applications. GraphQL is used to make requests that are structured as GraphQL queries and responded to through a GraphQL server. The GraphQL server processes the query and fetches the response from the necessary databases, APIs, and backend services. Around 2016, when GraphQL was becoming

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Data Infrastructure Go-To-Market with Sean Knapp

    Data Infrastructure Go-To-Market with Sean Knapp

    Every large company generates large amounts of data. Data engineering is the process of storing, transforming, and leveraging that data. Data infrastructure companies provide tools and platforms for performing data engineering. The last fifteen years has seen a rise in modern data management companies built in a time of decreasing storage costs, an increased volume

    • 56 min
    Slack Data Platform with Josh Wills

    Slack Data Platform with Josh Wills

    Slack is a messaging platform for organizations. Since its creation in 2013, Slack has quickly become a core piece of technology used by a wide variety of technology companies, groups, and small teams.  The messages that are sent on Slack are generated at a very high volume, and are extremely sensitive. These messages must be

    • 1 hr 21 min
    NoSQL Optimization with Rick Houlihan

    NoSQL Optimization with Rick Houlihan

    NoSQL databases provide an interface for storing and accessing data that allows the user to work with data in an “unstructured” fashion. SQL databases require the data in the database to be “normalized,” meaning that each object in the entire database has an entry (or a null value) for each field. One advantage of NoSQL

    • 1 hr 4 min
    No Code with Shawn Wang

    No Code with Shawn Wang

    The software category known as “no-code” describes a set of tools that can be used to build software without writing large amounts of code in a programming language. No-code tools use visual interfaces such as spreadsheets and web based drag-and-drop systems. In previous shows, we have covered some of the prominent no-code products such as

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Continuous Intelligence with Kalyan Ramanathan

    Continuous Intelligence with Kalyan Ramanathan

    Logging provides raw data that can be abstracted into higher level information. Logs are generated at every layer of infrastructure: physical host, virtual machine, container, pod, and Kubernetes cluster. Logs are generated by network proxies, edge servers, and API requests. There is far too much logging information to be read by humans.  Log messages need

    • 45 min

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