Tuesday, December 06, 2022

Good talks/podcasts (Dec 2022 I)


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.
Reminder, All these talks are interesting even just listening to them.


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