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In this podcast, Semaphore’s co-founder Darko Fabijan discusses the themes surrounding impact-driven software, and how we can support a culture of innovation in the world’s leading software companies.Building greater software, for global impact.

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In this podcast, Semaphore’s co-founder Darko Fabijan discusses the themes surrounding impact-driven software, and how we can support a culture of innovation in the world’s leading software companies.Building greater software, for global impact.

    Vaughn Vernon on Domain-Driven Design for Software Architecture

    Vaughn Vernon on Domain-Driven Design for Software Architecture

    As the code base of a company grows, it becomes more complex. This complexity can lead to different sorts of communication problems capable of affecting both monolith and microservice architectures. In this regard, domain driven design is a tool for enhancing and clearing communication and putting together cohesive software development teams. 

    In this episode, Software Architect and author Vaughn Vernon teaches us about domain-driven design, the concepts it encompasses, and how code shapes businesses.

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    • 20 min
    Daniel Thompson-Yvetot on How to Build Hybrid Apps With Tauri

    Daniel Thompson-Yvetot on How to Build Hybrid Apps With Tauri

    Over the years, the software development community has created several tools for making their work easier and more efficient. As a result, building applications has become simpler than ever. But with so many options to choose from, which one would be the best for your project? 

    In terms of flexibility and cost-effectiveness, hybrid apps are the future. We interviewed Tauri co-creator Daniel Thompson-Yvetot to teach us about memory optimization and security on hybrid apps and what his tool brings to the table.
    Listen to the full episode or read the transcript at https://semaphoreci.com/blog/tauri-daniel-thompson-yvetot

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    • 20 min
    Ken Kantzer on Secure Development With Code Audits

    Ken Kantzer on Secure Development With Code Audits

    With so much sensitive data going on through software applications, software products need to be robust enough to protect its users from malicious actors. 

    VP of Engineering Ken Kantzer believes successful code audits combine the efforts of management, software engineers, and cybersecurity to create a safer web environment. 

    In this episode, Ken shares with us how code audits are a way of judging the integrity of code and determining if it is built in a way that would secure its users' data.

    Listen to the full episode or read the transcript at https://semaphoreci.com/blog/ken-kantzer-code-audits

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    Caro Griffin on Recruiting Talent From Communities

    Caro Griffin on Recruiting Talent From Communities

    Communities have nourished the tech industry —and academia— for ages. Aside from acting as a knowledge base, communities also allow their members to build a network and find and offer job opportunities. Besides, tech communities, says TechLadies Vice President Caro Griffin, can help us close the gender gap in tech. According to Caro, not only women and underrepresented minorities will benefit from more diverse teams, but the whole industry. 

    Tech Ladies Vice President Caro Griffin teaches us the value of sustainable communities and encourages companies to diversify their teams to grow their business.
    Listen to the full episode or read the transcript at https://semaphoreci.com/blog/caro-griffin-recruiting-talent-communities

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    Allen Holub on Why You Should Get Rid of Estimates

    Allen Holub on Why You Should Get Rid of Estimates

    Nowadays, Agile methodologies are applied and well-known all over the software development industry. But are they actually implemented as they should?

    According to Software Architect and author Allen Holub, while Agile is the way to go, it does not mix well with other practices just as widespread in the industry—chiefly, estimates and project-based development.

    Allen Holub discusses with us his idea of #NoEstimates and shares his views on what software development should look like.

    Listen to the full episode or read the transcript at https://semaphoreci.com/blog/allen-holub-no-estimates 

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    Daniel Terhorst-North on Simplifying Testing and Development

    Daniel Terhorst-North on Simplifying Testing and Development

    In Agile methodologies, testing is one of the pillars of the product-building process. Still,  tests can be detrimental if not properly set. Even more so when they pile up and get in the way of developers.

    In this episode, Software Developer Daniel North teaches us how to simplify tests. In like manner, he advises us how companies should conform their policies to streamline their policies and allow teams to be flexible yet without running wild.

    Listen to the full episode or read the transcript at https://semaphoreci.com/podcast/dan-north-testing.

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