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The GOTO podcast seeks out the brightest and boldest ideas from language creators and the world's leading experts in software development in the form of interviews and conference talks. Tune in to get the inspiration you need to bring in new technologies or gain extra evidence to support your software development plan.

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The GOTO podcast seeks out the brightest and boldest ideas from language creators and the world's leading experts in software development in the form of interviews and conference talks. Tune in to get the inspiration you need to bring in new technologies or gain extra evidence to support your software development plan.

    Principles of Web API Design • James Higginbotham & Mike Amundsen

    Principles of Web API Design • James Higginbotham & Mike Amundsen

    This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.
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    James Higginbotham - Author of "Principles of Web API Design" and Executive API Consultant at LaunchAny
    Mike Amundsen - Author of "Design and Build Great Web APIs" and (Co-)Author of Many More Books

    DESCRIPTION
    James 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 BOOKS
    James Higginbotham • Principles of Web API Design
    Mike Amundsen • Design and Build Great Web APIs
    Mike Amundsen • RESTful Web Clients
    Ronnie Mitra & Irakli Nadareishvili • Microservices: Up and Running
    Ronnie Mitra, Irakli Nadareishvili, Matt McLarty & Mike Amundsen • Microservice Architecture
    Ronnie Mitra, Mehdi Medjaoui, Erik Wilde & Mike Amundsen • Continuous API Management
    Ronnie Mitra & many more • DataPower SOA Appliance Administration, Deployment, and Best Practices

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    • 50 min
    Expert Talk: Software Security • Jim Manico & John Steven

    Expert Talk: Software Security • Jim Manico & John Steven

    This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted.
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    Jim Manico - Founder at Manicode Security & Co-Author of "Iron-Clad Java"
    John Steven - Founding Principal at Aedify Security & CTO at Concourse Labs

    DESCRIPTION
    Security 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 BOOKS
    Jim Manico & August Detlefsen • Iron-Clad Java
    Liz Rice • Container Security
    Liz Rice • Kubernetes Security
    Aaron Parecki • OAuth 2.0 Simplified
    Aaron Parecki • OAuth 2.0 Servers
    Aaron Parecki • The Little Book of OAuth 2.0 RFCs
    Erdal Ozkaya • Cybersecurity: The Beginner's Guide
    Richer & Sanso • OAuth 2 in Action
    Wilson & Hingnikar • Demystifying OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, and SAML 2.0

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    • 47 min
    Learning Test-Driven Development • Saleem Siddiqui & Dave Farley

    Learning Test-Driven Development • Saleem Siddiqui & Dave Farley

    This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.
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    Saleem Siddiqui - Author of "Learning Test-Driven Development", Technologist & Coach
    Dave Farley - Author of "Modern Software Engineering", Continuous Delivery & DevOps Pioneer

    Find plenty more from Dave on his Continuous Delivery YouTube channel

    DESCRIPTION
    You 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 BOOKS
    Saleem Siddiqui • Learning Test-Driven Development
    Saleem Siddiqui, Michael Landy & Jeff Swisher • Jbuilder Developer's Guide
    David Farley • Modern Software Engineering
    Dave Farley & Jez Humble • Continuous Delivery
    Roy Osherove • The Art of Unit Testing
    Kent Beck • Test Driven Development
    Nicole Forsgren, Jez Humble & Gene Kim • Accelerate

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    Being an EngineerIndustry knowledge & best practices that will accelerate your engineering learning curve.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify

    • 57 min
    Expert Talk: gRPC, Kubernetes & .NET • Mark Rendle & Matt Turner

    Expert Talk: gRPC, Kubernetes & .NET • Mark Rendle & Matt Turner

    This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at CodeNode in London.
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    Mark Rendle - Incurable Programmer & Lover of C#, .NET Core, Containers, Clouds & DevOps
    Matt Turner - DevOps Leader, Software Engineer at Tetrate

    DESCRIPTION
    Join 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 BOOKS
    Burns, Beda & Hightower • Kubernetes: Up & Running
    Burns, Villalba, Strebel & Evenson • Kubernetes Best Practices
    Kasun Indrasiri & Danesh Kuruppu • gRPC: Up and Running
    Liz Rice • Container Security
    Liz Rice • Kubernetes Security
    John Arundel & Justin Domingus • Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes
    Hausenblas & Schimanski • Programming Kubernetes

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    Blue Canary: For Cops By a CopWho approaches the scene first risking their lives for the safety of others? We do. The...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
    Truth, Lies, ShenanigansJoin Liz-E Enders, RoB b Rok, Gianni Storm, and Nio Nyx with Quickfire, Special Guest...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
    Being an EngineerIndustry knowledge & best practices that will accelerate your engineering learning curve.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Security Chaos Engineering • Kelly Shortridge, Aaron Rinehart & Mark Miller

    Security Chaos Engineering • Kelly Shortridge, Aaron Rinehart & Mark Miller

    This interview was recorded for the GOTO Book Club.
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    Kelly Shortridge - Co- Author of Security Chaos Engineering and Senior Principal, Product Technology at Fastly
    Aaron Rinehart - Co- Author of Security Chaos Engineering and Co-Founder & CTO at Verica
    Mark Miller - Co-Author of Epic Failures in DevSecOps and Vice President, Community Engagement and Outreach at The Linux Foundation

    DESCRIPTION
    What’s the state of the art in modern security practices?
    The authors of the book Security Chaos Engineering, Aaron Rinehart and Kelly Shortridge talk to Mark Miller about the shift in the mental model that one has to undertake to reap its benefits. Their approach paves a new way that allows security engineers to uncover bugs in complex systems by chaos experiments before an actual attack.

    The interview is based on Kelly's and Aaron's book "Security Chaos Engineering":
    www.verica.io/sce-book

    RECOMMENDED BOOKS
    Kelly Shortridge & Aaron Rinehart • Security Chaos Engineering
    Nora Jones & Casey Rosenthal • Chaos Engineering
    Nora Jones & Casey Rosenthal • Chaos Engineering
    Mikolaj Pawlikowski • Chaos Engineering
    Russ Miles • Learning Chaos Engineering
    Murphy, Beyer, Jones & Petoff • Site Reliability Engineering

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    Blue Canary: For Cops By a CopWho approaches the scene first risking their lives for the safety of others? We do. The...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
    Truth, Lies, ShenanigansJoin Liz-E Enders, RoB b Rok, Gianni Storm, and Nio Nyx with Quickfire, Special Guest...Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify
    Being an EngineerIndustry knowledge & best practices that will accelerate your engineering learning curve.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify

    • 54 min
    Expert Talk: Managing Complexity in Software • Hadi Hariri & Kevlin Henney

    Expert Talk: Managing Complexity in Software • Hadi Hariri & Kevlin Henney

    This interview was recorded for GOTO Unscripted at CodeNode in London.
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    Hadi Hariri - VP of Developer Advocacy at JetBrains and Podcast Host of Talking Kotlin
    Kevlin Henney - Consultant, Programmer, Keynote Speaker, Technologist, Trainer & Writer

    DESCRIPTION
    Complexity of software systems sometimes grows beyond control. Left unchecked, it can leave behind bloated applications.
    Kevlin Henney talks to Hadi Hariri, developer advocate at JetBrains, about how some of the key traits of developers like creativity and problem solving make them prone to innovate more but also over-engineer their code and not choose solutions based on context.

    RECOMMENDED BOOKS
    Kevlin Henney & Trisha Gee • 97 Things Every Java Programmer Should Know
    Kevlin Henney • 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know
    Henney & Monson-Haefel • 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know
    Henney, Buschmann & Schmidt • Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture Volume 5
    Gamma, Helm, Johnson & Booch • Design Patterns (Gang of Four)
    Venkat Subramaniam • Programming Kotlin
    Eric Evans • Domain-Driven Design
    Sam Newman • Monolith to Microservices
    Sam Newman • Building Microservices
    Ronnie Mitra & Irakli Nadareishvili • Microservices: Up and Running

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    Being an EngineerIndustry knowledge & best practices that will accelerate your engineering learning curve.Listen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify

    • 54 min

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