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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.

    Under the Hood of Replit with Amjad Masad

    Under the Hood of Replit with Amjad Masad

    In this podcast episode, I welcome Amjad Masad, co-founder and CEO of Replit, the collaborative browser-based IDE. We talk about how Replit started, the technologies behind the product, but also how accessible tools change lives and help to make programming a passion.
    Key highlights:
    Making accessible tools as a life goalReplit doing magicThe technical side of ReplitWhat happens when you start a REPL?Interactive programming as a way to converse with a computerPrybar by ReplitWhat does a user journey with Replit look like?What is Nix?Listen to our insightful conversation or read the edited transcript.
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    • 30 min
    Gleb Bahmutov on Why Testing Pyramid Makes Little Sense

    Gleb Bahmutov on Why Testing Pyramid Makes Little Sense

    In this podcast episode, I welcome Gleb Bahmutov, Senior Director of Engineering at Mercari. We talk about about Gleb's engineering experience at Cypress.io and Mercari US, discuss the testing pyramid and why it makes little sense, and talk about what we can use instead.

    Here's what we talk about:
    Gleb's story with Cypress.ioTesting pyramid makes little sense; what can we use instead? Gleb's talk at the TestJS SummitWhy is the testing pyramid shapes this way?Testing matrix vs testing pyramidThe cost of bugs and how to set boundaries within teamsWe hope you enjoy the show!

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    In each episode of Semaphore Uncut, we invite software industry professionals to discuss the impact they are making and what excites them about the emerging technologies.

    • 33 min
    Adam Gordon Bell on Better Builds with Earthly

    Adam Gordon Bell on Better Builds with Earthly

    In this episode, I welcome Adam Gordon Bell, Developer Advocate at Earthly, host of CoRecursive podcast. We talk about what Earthly is and how teams can adopt it. We discuss whether being a late adopter is a good or bad thing. Adam also shares his experience with starting his own podcast.

    What’s in the episode:
    Introduction to EarthlyWhen do you want to start using Earthly?What technologies Earthly supportsEarthly vs BazelHow to start with EarthlyCoRecursive podcastIs being a late adopter a bad thing?About Semaphore Uncut
    In each episode of Semaphore Uncut, we invite software industry professionals to discuss the impact they are making and what excites them about the emerging technologies.

    • 27 min
    Keith Smiley of Lyft on How to Scale Code with Bazel

    Keith Smiley of Lyft on How to Scale Code with Bazel

    In this episode, I welcome Keith Smiley, Principal Engineer and Lead Maintainer of Bazel's iOS support at Lyft. We talk about how the Lyft team is using Bazel and what the advantages are of using this build tool. Keith also shares his team's experience with the Bazel adoption.

    Key takeaways:
    How the Lyft team is using Bazel and monoreposHow Lyft adopted BazelHow the Lyft team maintains its build configurationWhat is BazelHow to get into BazelHandling flaky tests in BazelAbout Semaphore Uncut
    In each episode of Semaphore Uncut, we invite software industry professionals to discuss the impact they are making and what excites them about the emerging technologies.

    • 32 min
    Co-creator of Ionic Framework and StencilJS Adam Bradley on How to Make Fast Websites

    Co-creator of Ionic Framework and StencilJS Adam Bradley on How to Make Fast Websites

    In this episode, I welcome Adam Bradley, co-creator of Ionic Framework and StencilJS, currently with Builder.io. We chat about Ionic and Stencil, Adam's new projects Qwik and Partytown as well as how Builder.io works and how is it different from other drag and drop website builders.

    Key takeaways:
    What is Ionic?How StencilJS was bornMaking fast websites with Builder.ioThe challenges in e-commerce and how Qwik solves themHow Partytown runs third party scripts from a web workerAbout Semaphore Uncut
    In each episode of Semaphore Uncut, we invite software industry professionals to discuss the impact they are making and what excites them about the emerging technologies.

    • 32 min
    Agile Conversations with Jeffrey Fredrick

    Agile Conversations with Jeffrey Fredrick

    In this episode of Semaphore Uncut, we welcome Jeffrey Fredrick, co-author of Agile Conversations, organizer of CITCON.

    🎧 What we talked about:
    How CITCON Conference was bornHow to bring business metrics to microservicesTechnology adoption lifecycleIs Agile dead?The art of productive conflict and the Four R's frameworkAbout Semaphore Uncut
    In each episode of Semaphore Uncut, we invite software industry professionals to discuss the impact they are making and what excites them about the emerging technologies.

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