These are the best podcast/talks I've seen/listen to recently:
- Debt Metaphor (Ward Cunningham) [Inspirational, Technical Practices, Technology Strategy, XP] [Duration: 0:05:00] (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) Ward Cunningham reflects on the history, motivation and common misunderstanding of the "debt metaphor" as motivation for refactoring.
- EP 47: How to scale engineering processes w/ Twitter's VP of Engineering (Maria Gutierrez) [Engineering Career, Engineering Culture, leadership] A very interesting interview with Maria Gutierrez. Great lessons about team management, building a company culture, hiring, and mentorship.
- Getting Started With Microservices (Dave Farley) [Architecture, Architecture patterns, Continuous Delivery] In this episode, a microservices tutorial, Dave Farley describes the microservices basics that help you to do a better job. He describes three different levels that we need to think about when designing a service and offers his advice on how to focus on the right parts of the problem to allow you to create better, more independent, services, based on Dave’s software engineering approach.
- Industry Keynote: The DevOps Transformation (Jez Humble) [Agile, Continuous Delivery, Devops, Engineering Culture, leadership] (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) In this talk Jez will describe how to implement devops principles and practices, how to overcome typical obstacles, and the outcomes DevOps enables. A must-see talk.
- Lunch & Learn How to Misuse DORA DevOps Metrics (Bryan Finster) [Devops, Engineering Culture, leadership] Interesting presentation in which bryan describes an agile/devops transformation, telling us about mistakes and successes. Interesting learnings, tips, and ideas.