It's like hanging out at our software studio in Austin, Texas with Charles Lowell and the Frontside Team. We talk to smart people about how to make the world of software better for the people who make and use it. Managed and produced by @therubyrep.
OpenTelemetry with Austin Parker
Austin Parker, Principal Developer Advocate at Lightstep talks about the OpenTelemetry Framework, which is an observability framework for cloud-native software and a collection of tools, APIs, and SDKs.
Paying Open Source Contributors with Puneet Lath
Puneet Lath, Director of Research and Development at Expensify, talks about the unique way their company is open-sourcing the front end of their product itself.
Product Roadmaps and Tooling Planning with Steve Pereira
Steve Pereira—the founder of Visible—talks about how his unique approach to mapping helps customers get products out of the door fast and efficiently.
Data, Trust, and Transparency: A COVID-19 Vaccine Story
Data is at the center of everything we do. Yet, how can we trust it in a world where more "organic" food is consumed than produced? In this episode, Jason Kelley—the Global General Manager for Blockchain Services at IBM—talks about how data trust and transparency are applied to COVID-19 vaccines.
Type systems with ReasonML London organizer Marcel Cutts and Shane Wilson
"Java has done an excellent job at ruining types for everyone for quite a while—explains Marcel after describing the tech pub scene in London—but it's important to know there's more than one kind of type system." Along with Shane, they outline what's exciting about ReasonML and their experience with new languages and tools around types.
Intro to Rush.js with co-author Pete Gonzales
Monorepos are the new muse of library maintainers, but what happens when your project grows past 100 packages in the same repo? What about thousands? Rush.js was created for those cases, and Pete—who started the project while working at Microsoft—is here to tell us about it.
Great show for web developers
I’m really enjoying listening to these guys talk about their experiences building web applications. Keep em coming, guys!