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    A Technical Founder's Story: Jake Warner on Cycle.io

    A Technical Founder's Story: Jake Warner on Cycle.io

    Welcome to the first in our series on The New Stack Makers about technical founders, those engineers who have moved from engineering jobs to running a company of their own. What we want to know is what that's like for the founder. How is it to be an engineer turned entrepreneur?

    We interviewed Cycle.io Founder Jake Warner for the first episode in the series about how he went from downloading a virus on an inherited Windows 95 machine as a 10-year-old to leading a startup.

    • 26 min
    Rethinking Web Application Firewalls

    Rethinking Web Application Firewalls

    Web Application Firewalls (WAF) first emerged in the late 1990s as Web server attacks became more common. Today, in the context of cloud native technologies, there’s an ongoing rethinking of how a WAF should be applied.

    No longer is it solely static applications sitting behind a WAF, said Tigera CEO Ratan Tipirneni, President & CEO of Tigera in this episode of The New Stack Makers.

    • 27 min
    Passage: A Passwordless Service with Biometrics

    Passage: A Passwordless Service with Biometrics

    Passage adds device native biometric authorization to web sites to allow passwordless security on devices with or without Touch ID.

    In this episode of The New Stack Makers, Passage Co-Founders Cole Hecht and Anna Pobletts talk about how the service works for developers to offer users its biometric service.

    • 11 min
    What Does Kubernetes Cost You?

    What Does Kubernetes Cost You?

    In this episode of The New Stack’s On the Road show at Open Source Summit in Austin, Webb Brown, CEO and co-founder of KubeCost, talked with The New Stack about opening up the black box on how much Kubernetes is really costing.

    • 12 min
    Open Technology, Financial Sustainability and the Importance of Community

    Open Technology, Financial Sustainability and the Importance of Community

    In this episode of The New Stack’s On the Road show at Open Source Summit in Austin, Amanda Brock, CEO and founder of OpenUK, talked with The New Stack about revenue models for open source and how those fit into building a sustainable project. 

    • 12 min
    What Can the Tech Community Do to Protect Its Trans Members?

    What Can the Tech Community Do to Protect Its Trans Members?

    AUSTIN, TEX. — In one of the most compelling keynote addresses at The Linux Foundation’s Open Source Summit North America, held here in June, Aeva Black, a veteran of the open source community, said that a friend of theirs recently commented that, “I feel like all the trans women I know on Twitter, are software developers.”

    There’s a reason for that, Black said. It’s called “survivor bias”: The transgender software developers the friend knows on Twitter are only a small sample of the trans kids who survived into adulthood, or didn’t get pushed out of mainstream society.

    “It's a pretty common trope, at least on the internet: transwomen are all software developers, we all have high-paying jobs, we're TikTok or on Twitter. And that's really a sampling bias, the transgender people who have the privilege to be loud,” said Black, in this On the Road episode of The New Stack Makers podcast.

    Black, whose keynote alerted the conference attendees about how the rights of transgender individuals are under attack around the United States, and the role tech can play, currently works in Microsoft Azure's Office of the Chief Technology Officer and holds seats on the boards of the Open Source Initiative and on the OpenSSF's Technical Advisory Council. In this episode of Makers, they unpacked the keynote’s themes with Heather Joslyn, TNS features editor.

    • 10 min

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4.3 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

JoshCrist ,

Awesome show, highly recommend!

Alex, the entire New Stack team and their guests do a phenomenal job of simplifying complex ideas in a structured, entertaining and applicable way. Highly recommend listening and subscribing to The New Stack Makers Podcast if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to stay ahead of the curve (and be better equipped to reach your overall business goals as a result)!

Prasad+S ,

Sound quality needs improvement

The interviews are great, however the sound qulaity lacks detail to attention

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