Technical interviews about software topics.
Semgrep: Modern Static Analysis with Isaac Evans
Static analysis is a type of debugging that identifies defects without running the code. Static analysis tools can be especially useful for enforcing security policies by analyzing code for security vulnerabilities early in the development process, allowing teams to rapidly address potential issues and conform to best practices. R2C has developed a fast, open-source static
Multi-Prem Software Delivery and Management with Grant Miller
Modern SaaS products are increasingly delivered via the cloud, rather than as downloadable, executable programs. However, many potential users of those SaaS products may need that software deployed on-prem, in a private network. Organizations have a variety of reasons for preferring on-prem software, such as security, integration with private tools, and compliance with regulations. The
Digital Ocean Platform with Cody Baker and Apurva Joshi
Cloud platforms are often categorized as providing either Infrastructure-as-a-Service or Platform-as-a-Service. On one side of the spectrum are IaaS giants such as AWS, which provide a broad range of services for building infrastructure. On the other are PaaS providers such as Heroku and Netlify which abstract away the lower-level choices and focus on developer experience.
Yelp Early Days with Michael Stoppelman
Yelp.com is a crowdsourced review platform focused on restaurants and local businesses. Originally created as an email-based recommendation service, Yelp re-launched in its modern form in 2005. At the time, its focus on user-created reviews and social interactions was fairly novel, and made it stand out from competitors such as Angie’s List and CitySearch. Since
Okay Engineering with Tomas Barreto
Studies show that people in “maker” professions such as developers and writers are most productive when they can carve out dedicated time for focused work, without the frequent context-switching that comes with an irregular meeting schedule. Meetings and other non-development work are necessary parts of the job, but a team will be much more productive
Equinix Partnerships with Shaedon Blackman
A “co-location” center is a data center that leases out networking and compute infrastructure to retail clients. Co-location centers host clients with a wide variety of infrastructure strategies, from small retail customers, to medium-size teams running hybrid cloud models, to large corporate clients who prefer not to incur the capital cost of building their own
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