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No-frills discussions between Bruce Eckel and James Ward about programming, what it is, and what it should be.

Happy Path Programming Bruce Eckel & James Ward

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No-frills discussions between Bruce Eckel and James Ward about programming, what it is, and what it should be.

    #53 Open Source: Free as in Hot Dogs (With Donald Fischer)

    #53 Open Source: Free as in Hot Dogs (With Donald Fischer)

    Open Source is an essential foundation for pretty much everything. How do we fund it appropriately? What do we do about Log4Shell-types of issues?  Donald Fischer of Tidelift joins us to discuss these economic and human issues.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    #52 Reveling in Nonsense With Josh Long

    #52 Reveling in Nonsense With Josh Long

    A stroll through 20 years of Spring with Josh Long. Also: Bruce, James, and Josh announce their new Ska band.

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    #51 James' New Kotlin PM Job

    #51 James' New Kotlin PM Job

    Hope you all have a happy & healthy holiday!

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    #50 Testcontainers (Like Uber but for Integration Tests) with Sergei Egorov

    #50 Testcontainers (Like Uber but for Integration Tests) with Sergei Egorov

    Testcontainers are one of James' favorite modern technologies and in this episode we chat with Sergei Egorov, one of the project creators.  We learn about what Testcontainers are and the new Testcontainers Cloud service created by Sergei's new company, AtomicJar.

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    #49 Smart Types (Like Regular Types, Only Smarter) with Jorge Vasquez

    #49 Smart Types (Like Regular Types, Only Smarter) with Jorge Vasquez

    Jorge Vasquez has been working on a way to have more precise data modeling while not sacrificing performance or ergonomics. Smart Types in ZIO Prelude are the answer, and they are amazing!

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    #48 Composability in Distributed Systems - Because Math! With Heather Miller

    #48 Composability in Distributed Systems - Because Math! With Heather Miller

    Heather Miller, Computer Science professor at Carnegie Mellon, joins us to talk about her research into composability in distributed systems, the challenges with serialization, and a better approach to Chaos Engineering.

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    • 1 hr 2 min

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