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Docker CTO Explains How Docker Can Support AI Efforts
In this episode of The New Stack Makers, Docker CTO Justin Cormack explains how Docker is making AI models easier to deploy locally.
What Does Open Mean in AI?
The concept of "open" in the context of AI is undergoing a significant transformation, reminiscent of the early days of open source. The Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative sat down at the Open Source Summit to discuss this topic with TNS host Alex Williams.
Debugging Containers in Kubernetes
We talked to Ivan Pedrazas at DockerCon to learn about Docker Debug, a new tool to speed up the debugging process.
Integrating a Data Warehouse and a Data Lake
This conversation from the Open Source Summit in Spain provides valuable insights into the significance of Delta Lake, the role of Rust in data engineering, and the collaborative nature of open-source communities.
WebAssembly's Status in Computing
Liam Crilly of NGINX joins TNS host Bruce Gain at the Open Source Summit to share his unique perspective on WebAssembly.
PostgreSQL Takes a New Turn
TNS host Alex Williams talks to Jonathan Katz of AWS about the evolution of PostgreSQL at the Open Source Summit in Spain.
The New Stack has quickly become a favorite in my feed! No matter the subject, you’re guaranteed to gain something from every episode - can’t recommend this podcast enough. 🙌
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)!
Sound quality needs improvement
The interviews are great, however the sound qulaity lacks detail to attention