These are the best podcasts/talks I've seen/listened to recently:
- Keynote: Why web tech is like this (Steve Sanderson) [Inspirational, Technology] [Duration: 1:00:00] Interesting talk about the evolution of web technology. The talk includes interesting demos.
- #12 e-Meetup | Sam Newman - Monolith Decomposition patterns (Sam Newman) [Architecture, Architecture patterns, Evolutionary Architecture] [Duration: 1:30:00] Great presentation on how to approach the division of a monolith and the patterns to evolve an architecture towards microservices. In addition to the presentation, the subsequent questions are also very interesting.
- What makes a good developer (Christin Gorman) [Engineering Career, Inspirational] [Duration: 0:11:00] (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) Inspiring lightning talk about the importance of humanities, empathy for users and information management as the basis of our profession (beyond pure technology and knowledge about logic or mathematics).
- Stop Writing Dead Programs (Jack Rusher) [Inspirational] [Duration: 0:43:00] (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) This talk argues that it would be better to focus on building new live programming environments that can help us solve the problems of the future.
- SEDaily: Serverless Clickhouse for Developers with Jorge Sancha (Jorge Sancha) [Big Data, Data Engineering, Product, startup] [Duration: 0:40:00] Interesting conversation about tinybird with one of its founders. They talk about the company, the problem they solve and other interesting topics related to real-time data analysis.
- Improving Observability and Testing In Production (Dave Farley) [Observability, Testing in production, testing] [Duration: 0:19:00] In this episode, Dave explores what Testing in Production is, and how to Test in Production, and how this is related to working more experimentally.