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The podcast for all programmers, software developers, and engineers: We select the best tech talks and summarize them in half their run-time for you – so you have your eyes and more time available for other things.

gist of IT Jakob Löhnertz & Núria Bruch Tàrrega

    • Technologie

The podcast for all programmers, software developers, and engineers: We select the best tech talks and summarize them in half their run-time for you – so you have your eyes and more time available for other things.

    #004: Why Open Source Firmware is Important (Jessie Frazelle)

    #004: Why Open Source Firmware is Important (Jessie Frazelle)

    Today's Talk: Why Open Source Firmware is Important by Jessie Frazelle |
    Jessie Frazelle is an American computer scientist specifically focused on the firmware development, operating systems, and virtualization. She is very knowledgable and enthusiastic about processor firmware in general and in this talk, which she held at GOTO Chicago 2019, she elaborates to us why such firmware should be open-source. Counterintuitively, the closer to the hardware the firmware gets, oftentimes, the less visible and secure the firmware also gets, which Jessie calls out to address and fix. Among working at big American IT companies such as Google, Microsoft, and GitHub, she also functioned as a technical consultant for HBO's Silicon Valley TV series. |
    You can find the original talk here: https://youtu.be/mUTx61t443A. Additionally, you can find Jessie on Twitter as well: https://twitter.com/jessfraz. |
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    • 19 Min.
    #003: HTTP Headers for the Responsible Developer (Stefan Judis)

    #003: HTTP Headers for the Responsible Developer (Stefan Judis)

    Today's Talk: HTTP Headers for the Responsible Developer by Stefan Judis |
    Stefan Judis is a German front-end developer working for Contentful. He explains that the world wide web should be safe, affordable, and respectful for everyone. One way this can be achieved is by using the right HTTP headers in requests and responses. Thus, in this talk, which he gave at GOTO Berlin 2019, Stefan presents eleven HTTP headers that can help with this goal – many of which are lesser known albeit very interesting to know about. |
    You can find the original talk here: https://youtu.be/JfjiFsJsO4E. Additionally, you can find Stefan on Twitter as well: https://twitter.com/stefanjudis. |
    The HTTP headers that he went over were the following: • Strict-Transport-Security
    • Content-Security-Policy
    • Set-Cookie
    • Cache-Control
    • Accept-Encoding
    • Accept
    • Accept-CH
    • Save-Data
    • Preload
    • Feature-Policy
    • Do-Not-Track
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    • 28 Min.
    #002: The Magic of Music Matching (Roy van Rijn)

    #002: The Magic of Music Matching (Roy van Rijn)

    Today's Talk: The Magic of Music Matching by Roy van Rijn |
    Roy van Rijn is a Dutch Java Champion and gave this talk at GOTO Oslo 2020. Although due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he had to give the talk from his home. He recounts a real story of himself, from a few years ago, how he discovered music matching. The idea behind music matching is to detect a commercial song which is being played back through some speakers, for instance. Roy got so curious about the inner workings of this that he implemented a clone by himself over the course of a weekend and explains to us how he did it. |
    You can find the original talk here: https://youtu.be/8Dj0rekeM7g. Furthermore, the demo of Roy that we mentioned can be seen at this timestamp: https://youtu.be/8Dj0rekeM7g?t=1672. Finally, you can find Roy on Twitter as well: https://twitter.com/royvanrijn. |
    There are a few short audio issues in this episodes; we identified their origin and will fix them for the next one.
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    • 25 Min.
    #001: Functional Programming in 40 Minutes (Russ Olsen)

    #001: Functional Programming in 40 Minutes (Russ Olsen)

    Today's Talk: Functional Programming in 40 Minutes by Russ Olsen |
    Russ Olsen introduces us into the paradigm that is functional programming. He explains how the paradigm differs from other more mainstream ones and where he sees its pros and cons. Russ is an expert in the Clojure programming language, which is functional in nature, and also wrote a book on the subject. |
    You can find the original tech talk here: https://youtu.be/0if71HOyVjY |
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