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The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss
Alex Garland: Fundamental questions inspire art and science

The Origins Podcast with Lawrence Krauss

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 72:58


Alex Garland is probably best known to the world for writing and directing the blockbuster film Ex Machina about the consequences of the coming of age of an AI humanoid robot. Before that, he wrote the film 28 days later, about the fictional aftermath of a mysterious incurable virus that spreads through the UK. Most recently he directed a television series for FX called Devs, about many things, but hinging on quantum mechanics and issues of a multiverse. The human implications of new technology seem to play an ever present role in his films, and I have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to chat with him about science and art in the past, and was eager to sit down and record a podcast. He is remarkably thoughtful and at the same time self-deprecating. Since the origins podcast tends to focus on issues of science and culture, Alex was the perfect guest, and he seamlessly blends the two. We sat down and talked about his own origins, emerging from a period of more or less complete disinterest in science to returning to the kind of questioning that his scientist grandfather used to embark on with him when he was a young boy. Recorded in the building in which his most recent TV series Devs was being recorded, we had to talk about the quantum universe as well. It was a fascinating and thoughtful conversation about the human interface with modern science, as displayed in film, writing, and art. As always, an ad-free video version of this podcast is also available to paid Critical Mass subscribers . Your subscriptions support the non-profit Origins Project Foundation, which produces the podcast. The audio version is available free on the Critical Mass site and on all podcast sites, and the video version will also be available on the Origins Project Youtube channel as well. Get full access to Critical Mass at lawrencekrauss.substack.com/subscribe

Adventure Games Podcast
Interview with Goldfire Studios, Devs of Arctic Awakening

Adventure Games Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 1:09


On this month's episode James Simpson from Goldfire Studios comes out of the Arctic to talk to us about his upcoming story driven exploration game Arctic Awakening. He tells Seoirse that this is a Story First game so no need to worry about survival! He also talks about how he went method and flew a plane and survived the wilderness just like the main character! He also talks about his indie studio maanged to make an open world adventure game work on a budget. All that and much more!Arctic Awakening Official SiteArctic Awakening Steam PageGoldfire Studios Official SiteAdventure Games Podcast Official SiteTwitch StreamsLaura Cress TwitchIf you would like to stay up to date make sure you subscribe to the podcast. You can subscribe and listen to this podcast on Itunes and Spotify and all other major Podcast Platforms! You can also subscribe to our Youtube channel for extra video content such as video reviews, video interviews, trailers and gameplay.You can also support the podcast at our PatreonYou can review this podcast here: https://ratethispodcast.com/adventuregamespodcast You can also find this podcast on our social media below:Facebook Twitter Instagram DiscordYou can also find the RSS feed here: http://www.adventuregamespodcast.com/podcast?format=rssLogo created by Siobhan. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram Music is Speedy Delta (ID 917) by Lobo Loco and can be found here:http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Lobo_Loco/Welcome/Speedy_Delta_ID_917_1724

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 789: Made in Raccoon City - MLX team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 127:34 Very Popular


MLX Team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15 Microsoft lays off its Modern Life Experiences teams, has perhaps halted almost all hiring.  Windows New build (22621.382) for the Windows 11 Insider Preview Release Preview channel - 22H2 is still being refined. But there's no blog post and the support page for this release 404s. New builds for Dev and Beta channels, and Devs get an ISO Windows Package Manager 1.3 arrives with support for portable apps Clipchamp has a single paid tier now but it's still too much.  Microsoft is making its emoji library available on GitHub and Figma Microsoft 365 Microsoft Edge 104 arrives DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft trackers after embarrassment  OneDrive turns 15 and Microsoft is redesigning its home page .NET/dev Visual Studio 2022 17.3 arrives with MAUI support, plus several .NET milestone releases Xbox Microsoft is FINALLY testing an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family plan Xbox Series S gets a memory boost Microsoft is returning to Gamescom for some reason A white Elite controller leaks and it is horrible Unity picks Azure for its cloud developer tools Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Upgrading/Upgraded to Windows 11? You need to look at this OneDrive setting App pick of the week: Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Revisiting the M365-Office connectivity warning Enterprise pick No. 2 of the week: Entra Verified ID now generally available Beer pick of the week: Trillium Brewing Congress Street IPA Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW Secureworks.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 789: Made in Raccoon City

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 127:34 Very Popular


MLX Team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15 Microsoft lays off its Modern Life Experiences teams, has perhaps halted almost all hiring.  Windows New build (22621.382) for the Windows 11 Insider Preview Release Preview channel - 22H2 is still being refined. But there's no blog post and the support page for this release 404s. New builds for Dev and Beta channels, and Devs get an ISO Windows Package Manager 1.3 arrives with support for portable apps Clipchamp has a single paid tier now but it's still too much.  Microsoft is making its emoji library available on GitHub and Figma Microsoft 365 Microsoft Edge 104 arrives DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft trackers after embarrassment  OneDrive turns 15 and Microsoft is redesigning its home page .NET/dev Visual Studio 2022 17.3 arrives with MAUI support, plus several .NET milestone releases Xbox Microsoft is FINALLY testing an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family plan Xbox Series S gets a memory boost Microsoft is returning to Gamescom for some reason A white Elite controller leaks and it is horrible Unity picks Azure for its cloud developer tools Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Upgrading/Upgraded to Windows 11? You need to look at this OneDrive setting App pick of the week: Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Revisiting the M365-Office connectivity warning Enterprise pick No. 2 of the week: Entra Verified ID now generally available Beer pick of the week: Trillium Brewing Congress Street IPA Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW Secureworks.com/twit

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 789: Made in Raccoon City - MLX team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 128:10


MLX Team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15 Microsoft lays off its Modern Life Experiences teams, has perhaps halted almost all hiring.  Windows New build (22621.382) for the Windows 11 Insider Preview Release Preview channel - 22H2 is still being refined. But there's no blog post and the support page for this release 404s. New builds for Dev and Beta channels, and Devs get an ISO Windows Package Manager 1.3 arrives with support for portable apps Clipchamp has a single paid tier now but it's still too much.  Microsoft is making its emoji library available on GitHub and Figma Microsoft 365 Microsoft Edge 104 arrives DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft trackers after embarrassment  OneDrive turns 15 and Microsoft is redesigning its home page .NET/dev Visual Studio 2022 17.3 arrives with MAUI support, plus several .NET milestone releases Xbox Microsoft is FINALLY testing an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family plan Xbox Series S gets a memory boost Microsoft is returning to Gamescom for some reason A white Elite controller leaks and it is horrible Unity picks Azure for its cloud developer tools Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Upgrading/Upgraded to Windows 11? You need to look at this OneDrive setting App pick of the week: Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Revisiting the M365-Office connectivity warning Enterprise pick No. 2 of the week: Entra Verified ID now generally available Beer pick of the week: Trillium Brewing Congress Street IPA Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW Secureworks.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 789: Made in Raccoon City

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 128:10


MLX Team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15 Microsoft lays off its Modern Life Experiences teams, has perhaps halted almost all hiring.  Windows New build (22621.382) for the Windows 11 Insider Preview Release Preview channel - 22H2 is still being refined. But there's no blog post and the support page for this release 404s. New builds for Dev and Beta channels, and Devs get an ISO Windows Package Manager 1.3 arrives with support for portable apps Clipchamp has a single paid tier now but it's still too much.  Microsoft is making its emoji library available on GitHub and Figma Microsoft 365 Microsoft Edge 104 arrives DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft trackers after embarrassment  OneDrive turns 15 and Microsoft is redesigning its home page .NET/dev Visual Studio 2022 17.3 arrives with MAUI support, plus several .NET milestone releases Xbox Microsoft is FINALLY testing an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family plan Xbox Series S gets a memory boost Microsoft is returning to Gamescom for some reason A white Elite controller leaks and it is horrible Unity picks Azure for its cloud developer tools Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Upgrading/Upgraded to Windows 11? You need to look at this OneDrive setting App pick of the week: Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Revisiting the M365-Office connectivity warning Enterprise pick No. 2 of the week: Entra Verified ID now generally available Beer pick of the week: Trillium Brewing Congress Street IPA Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW Secureworks.com/twit

Radio Leo (Audio)
Windows Weekly 789: Made in Raccoon City

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 127:34


MLX Team layoffs, Clipchamp Essentials plan, OneDrive turns 15 Microsoft lays off its Modern Life Experiences teams, has perhaps halted almost all hiring.  Windows New build (22621.382) for the Windows 11 Insider Preview Release Preview channel - 22H2 is still being refined. But there's no blog post and the support page for this release 404s. New builds for Dev and Beta channels, and Devs get an ISO Windows Package Manager 1.3 arrives with support for portable apps Clipchamp has a single paid tier now but it's still too much.  Microsoft is making its emoji library available on GitHub and Figma Microsoft 365 Microsoft Edge 104 arrives DuckDuckGo to block Microsoft trackers after embarrassment  OneDrive turns 15 and Microsoft is redesigning its home page .NET/dev Visual Studio 2022 17.3 arrives with MAUI support, plus several .NET milestone releases Xbox Microsoft is FINALLY testing an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate Family plan Xbox Series S gets a memory boost Microsoft is returning to Gamescom for some reason A white Elite controller leaks and it is horrible Unity picks Azure for its cloud developer tools Nintendo has sold over 111 million Switch consoles Tips and Picks Tip of the week: Upgrading/Upgraded to Windows 11? You need to look at this OneDrive setting App pick of the week: Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: Revisiting the M365-Office connectivity warning Enterprise pick No. 2 of the week: Entra Verified ID now generally available Beer pick of the week: Trillium Brewing Congress Street IPA Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: UnifyMeeting.com code WW Secureworks.com/twit

Hipsters Ponto Tech
Pesquisa com Devs da Stackoverflow 2022 – Hipsters Ponto Tech #317

Hipsters Ponto Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 50:39


No Hipsters.Tech vamos conversar sobre a  ̶j̶á̶ ̶t̶r̶a̶d̶i̶c̶i̶o̶n̶a̶l̶ pesquisa anual realizada pela Stack Overflow para mapear o mercado de tecnologia global.

Techmeme Ride Home
(Portfolio Profile) Stashpad

Techmeme Ride Home

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 22:42 Very Popular


Stashpad is the developer notepad. Devs! Download the app at Stashpad.com and help us finalize everything before the big launch!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SCANNERS
BulletTrain, Devs,El Monstruo Marino.

SCANNERS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 57:37


- BulletTrain [04:00] - Devs [09:00] - El Monstruo Marino [27:00]

Dev Interrupted
Why Devs Break Up with Their Bosses w/ Oliver Wyman's Carolyn Vo

Dev Interrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 46:37


Everyone who manages a team would like to think that their employees admire them as individuals and as leaders. That you make an impact on those employees while they work under you and long after you end up moving to new companies and opportunities.One such engineering leader who has mastered the mix of manager, friend and mentor is Carolyn Vo. A Partner and Head of Engineering at Oliver Wyman, Carolyn is one of engineering's leading advocates on the benefits of creating a culture of approachability, tinkering and healthy levity. In fact, in our conversation, Carolyn makes a strong argument that without honing the art of approachable management, not only does productivity suffer, but engineers are consistently looking for the door.One of our liveliest pods to date, we hope you can absorb Carolyn's insights and energy no matter where you are on your leadership journey.Access the engineering benchmarks report here: http://linearb.io/benchmarks/Register for Interact on October 25th: https://devinterrupted.com/event/interact/ Want to try LinearB?  Book a LinearB Demo and use the "Dev Interrupted Podcast" discount code.Join our Discord Community ►► discord.gg/devinterruptedHave 60 seconds? Review the show on Apple Podcasts

BoredGamer Star Citizen Podcasts
Cloud Imperium Devs Bring Legally Distinct Kart Racing to Star Citizen

BoredGamer Star Citizen Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 12:47


Cloud Imperium Devs Bring Legally Distinct Kart Racing to Star Citizen WATCH THE VIDEO HERE | https://youtu.be/uVzidUjKBKs GET NORDVPN | https://nordvpn.com/boredgamer TOBII EYE TRACKER - USE CODE BOREDGAMER 5% OFF | https://tobii.gg/boredgamer STAR CITIZEN STIPEND ISSUES | https://youtu.be/qdUa1X8RnH4 BECOME A CHANNEL MEMBER | https://www.youtube.com/BoredGamerUK/join GAMEGLASS | https://www.boredgamer.co.uk/gameglass GET STAR CITIZEN & BONUS | https://www.boredgamer.co.uk/enlist BECOME A PATREON | http://www.patreon.com/BoredGamer DONATE TO THE CHANNEL | https://www.boredgamer.co.uk/donate DIRECT PAYPAL DONATION | paypal.me/boredgamer DISCORD | https://discord.gg/boredgamer WEBSITE | https://boredgamer.co.uk TWITCH | http://www.twitch.tv/boredgameruk TWITTER | http://twitter.com/BoredGamerUK REDDIT | https://www.reddit.com/r/BoredGamer/ PODCASTS | https://soundcloud.com/boredgameruk CHECKOUT HASGAHAS SCREENSHOTS | https://www.hasgaha.com/gaming-screenshots/ LATEST STAR CITIZEN PATCH ALPHA 3.17.2 LIVE

API Intersection
DevRel Deep Dive: Measuring impact & where your devs should be feat. Rizel Scarlett, Developer Advocate at GitHub

API Intersection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 22:35


Developer relations (DevRel) is an increasingly rising industry, growing as a reflection of software's ubiquity in the business world — and the growing power of the developer to influence what products and platforms their employers use.But, what makes a good Developer Advocate and strong DevRel program? This week on the API Intersection podcast, we chatted with Rizel Scarlett, Developer Relations Engineer at Github, to get her opinion on how to measure a DevRel program's success and different platforms Developer Advocates can utilize to reach the developer community.Do you have a question you'd like answered, or a topic you want to see in a future episode? Let us know here: stoplight.io/question/

IGN Daily Update
Wednesday, August 3rd - Madden 23 Devs Promise 'Most Polished Version In a Long Time'

IGN Daily Update

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 2:36


IGN Daily News brings you the latest and most popular news stories to audio platforms. Be sure to check out IGN.com for more details on the news and our latest coverage on games, movies, tv, science, and tech throughout the day!

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales
Ep218 - Sonoya Mizuno: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 42:07


Sonoya Mizuno recently made her stage debut as Maggie in the first Off-Broadway production of the Tennessee Williams classic, "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof". The actress slash ballet dancer and now a stage performer speaks candidly about her childhood, and how her uncle who was a stage actor inspired her to pursue acting. She talks about her ballet dancing career, auditioning and getting the role of Kyoko in Alex Garland's "Ex Machina" which was also her first feature film. She would later appear in Garland's other works as well. She shares what made her try theatre and how she got an audition for "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof", the production timeline and how the pandemic affected it, her favorite part about performing on stage, and why she prefers to play characters that are far from her personality. Sonoya Mizuno is an actress and ballet dancer who has appeared in movies, including Alex Garland's works like "Ex Machina" and "Annihilation". Her other film credits include "La La Land", "Beauty and the Beast", and "Crazy Rich Asians". She also appeared in film shows such as the Netflix miniseries "Maniac" and "Devs". Her upcoming works include the HBO Game of Thrones prequel series, "House of the Dragon" and the movie, “Civil War”. She made her stage debut as Maggie in the first Off-Broadway production of the Tennessee Williams classic, "Cat On a Hot Tin Roof". Get tickets to see "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof": https://www.telecharge.com/Off-Broadway/Cat-on-a-Hot-Tin-Roof/Overview Connect with The Theatre Podcast: Support us on Patreon: Patreon.com/TheTheatrePodcast Twitter & Instagram: @theatre_podcast TikTok: @thetheatrepodcast Facebook.com/OfficialTheatrePodcast TheTheatrePodcast.com Alan's personal Instagram: @alanseales Email me at feedback@thetheatrepodcast.com. I want to know what you think. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

De 7
02/08 | België blokkeert 50 miljard euro Russisch geld | VS schakelen topman Al-Zawahiri van Al Qaeda uit | AC Milan wil weer een topmerk worden

De 7

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 14:24


Ons land blijkt op een veel grotere berg Russisch geld te zitten dan eerst gedacht. 't Gaat om maar liefst 50 miljard euro aan bevroren fondsen en effecten.De VS hebben de leider van Al Qaeda,  Ayman Al-Zawahiri uitgeschakeld. Het eerste graanschip is weer vertrokken vanuit Oekraïne. Velen juichen al dat de handel herneemt. Maar klopt dat wel?En 'onze' Charles De Ketelaere is aangekomen bij z'n nieuwe ploeg, AC Milan. Een club met een hobbelig businessparcours, die volop werkt aan een heropstanding. Ik praat erover met onze expert sport en financiën. Host: Bert Rymen Productie: Roan Van Eyck   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Web3 Academy DAO is Born… And We're Launching a Token ($DOER)

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 41:07


The Web3 Academy community has started a DAO and we're launching the $DOER token too!!! Here's an overview of what's been done so far and what is planned for the future!

The Cloudcast
The DevRel Dilemma

The Cloudcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 43:45


Ever since Developers became the New Kingmakers, DevRel has become a subsection of our industry. But what does it do, and is it helping Devs? SHOW: 638CLOUD NEWS OF THE WEEK - http://bit.ly/cloudcast-cnotwCHECK OUT OUR NEW PODCAST - "CLOUDCAST BASICS"SHOW SPONSORS:Streamline on-call, collaboration, incident management, and automation with a free 30-day trial of Lightstep Incident Response, built on ServiceNow. Listeners of The Cloudcast will also receive a free Lightstep Incident Response T-shirt after firing an alert or incident.Pay for the services you use, not the number of people on your team with Lightstep Incident Response. Try free for 30 days. Fire an alert or incident today and receive a free Lightstep Incident Response t-shirt.Datadog Security Solution: Modern Monitoring and SecurityStart investigating security threats before it affects your customers with a free 14 day Datadog trial. Listeners of The Cloudcast will also receive a free Datadog T-shirt.CloudZero - Cloud Cost Intelligence for Engineering TeamsSHOW NOTES:What is DevRel?DevRel success tipsMarketing to Developers is Not Hard2022 Look Ahead - Developer Careers (Cloudcast Eps.582)WHY DID DEVREL HAPPEN?Software is eating the world - Marc Andreessen (2011)Every company is a software company - (2013)Developers are the New Kingmakers - Stephen O'Grady (2013)Kubernetes the Hard Way - Kelsey Hightower (2015)WHERE IS DEVREL TODAY?Is it DevRel or DevEvangelist or DevAdvocate?Is DevRel marketing?Have you DevRel'd yourself into imposter syndrome?Who do DevRel's work for? Can companies afford DevRel? Can they afford not to have DevRel? 

Dev Interrupted
The Art of Letting Your Devs Step Up w/ Equinix's Rajah Kalipatnapu

Dev Interrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 24:32


Like every other team-based profession, engineering needs leaders. But identifying a true, tested and proven road for taking a programmer and putting them in a position of managing projects & priorities is still a work in progress.That's why I was so excited to speak with Rajah Kalipatnapu, Global Head of Product Engineering at Equinix. One of the most experienced minds in building world-class engineering orgs, Rajah credits his success with focusing on different ways to incrementally identify leaders and empower them to be the managers their business needs and their colleagues admire.From his unique perspective on creating CEOs for features to dealing with beloved employees who can't code up to the teams' needs, Rajah's theories on how and when to let your developers step up to the moment need to be heard.Access the engineering benchmarks report here: http://linearb.io/benchmarks/Register for Interact on October 25th: https://devinterrupted.com/event/interact/ Want to try LinearB?  Book a LinearB Demo and use the "Dev Interrupted Podcast" discount code.Join our Discord Community ►► discord.gg/devinterruptedHave 60 seconds? Review the show on Apple Podcasts

Bankless
EthCC #8 | "1 Million Devs, 1 Billion Users" - Kevin Owocki & Austin Griffith

Bankless

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 18:23


Insert Moin
Fem Devs Meetup: Interview mit Linda Rendel und Leonie Wolf

Insert Moin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 39:01


Die Spieleindustrie galt lange als Domäne weißer Männer, Frauen sowie Angehörige anderer marginalisierter Gruppen – wie zum Beispiel People of Colour oder Menschen mit Behinderungen – sind dort bis heute unterrepräsentiert. Genau deshalb wurde das FemDevsMeetup gegründet, eine Initiative zur Förderung eben dieser Personengruppen. Mit Gründerin Linda Rendel und Mitorganisatorin Leonie Wolf, die beide in der Spieleentwicklung tätig sind, spricht Nina im Interview über die Entstehungsgeschichte des Meetups, die ständig wachsende (Discord-)Community, Wholesomeness, und die Bedeutung von Sichtbarkeit. Offizielle Webseite (mit Link zum Discord-Server): https://femdevsmeetup.com/ Lindas Twitter-Account: https://twitter.com/lindarendel Leonies Twitter-Account: https://twitter.com/_yunikorn

Remote Ruby
Junior Devs, Mentoring, and Training with Adam Cuppy

Remote Ruby

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 59:29 Very Popular


[00:06:03] Adam gives us a brief intro and we find out about the talk he gave at RubyConf 2015 called, What If Shakespeare Wrote Ruby.[00:09:33] We hear Adam's background, his journey to programming, and Co-founding Zeal.[00:14:21] Adam fills us in on where he learned Rails, and the resources he used for learning Ruby on Rails.[00:24:52] We learn what triggers Andrew about everybody saying there's Rails jobs but they're all looking for Seniors, and then we find out what Adam is doing to get more involved with teaching developers and helping level up developers.[00:34:01] Andrew and Jason share their positive mentorship experiences and what they gained from them.[00:41:06] Adam explains the challenge we face as a community with Junior Developers, and how we really need to create a more welcoming environment for people to enter in.[00:45:37] Jason and Andrew share their concerns about the future of the community.  [00:47:35] Adam switches things up by asking Jason and Andrew what they think our first step is and what do we do tomorrow. [00:53:41] Find out why Adam thinks it would make a huge difference if more companies offered internships. [00:56:10] Adam tells us about a new podcast coming soon that he'll be hosting and where you can follow him on the internet. Panelists:Jason CharnesAndrew MasonGuest:Adam CuppySponsor:HoneybadgerLinks:Jason Charnes TwitterAndrew Mason TwitterAdam Cuppy TwitterAdam Cuppy LinkedInZealWhat If Shakespeare Wrote Ruby by Adam Cuppy-RubyConf 2015 (YouTube)Matthew Reynolds ConsultingRuby Radar NewsletterRuby Radar Twitter

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Macro Update | NFT Ticketing | Ethereum Roadmap | Web3 Subscriptions | Klima DAO

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 73:49


PS I Love You XOXO - A Kinda Funny PlayStation Podcast
Can Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Remake Recover? - PS I Love You XOXO Ep. 130

PS I Love You XOXO - A Kinda Funny PlayStation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 115:00 Very Popular


Go to http://chime.com/kfgames to sign up for Chime. Go to http://meundies.com/kindafunny to get 15% off your first order plus 25% off your first membership item. Greg, Bless, and Janet talk about the halt to KOTOR development, PSVR2 news, and GTA 6 desires! Time Stamps: 00:00:00 - Start 00:00:42 - Welcomes, Housekeeping, Septum Piercings, and Wine 00:11:14 - “What if you take over as Thor and you have to hunt down Kratos in Ragnarok?” - Chris Childers 00:21:48 - The Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic remake is reportedly on pause 00:35:10 - “Do you think we will ever see Devs and publishers stop announcing games before they are sure they can hit the release date?” - Dan "Golden Spider" B 00:51:25 - PS VR 2 CHECK: When is it coming? 01:12:53 - PS Plus games for August have been announced AND Yakuza is being added throughout the year! 01:22:53 - What are our GTA 6 & Black Panther Wish lists? 01:37:54 - PlayStation Picks Epic Creator Code: KindaFunny Follow The PS I Love You XOXO Team On Twitter: Greg Miller: https://twitter.com/GameOverGreggy Blessing Adeoye: https://twitter.com/BlessingJr Janet Garcia: https://twitter.com/Gameonysus Barrett Courtney: https://twitter.com/SadBoyBarrett

CUTS - Der kritische Film-Podcast

Nach Ex Machina, Annihilation und Devs ist Alex Garland zurück mit einem Filme der von vielen verlacht, aber von einigen verteidigt wird. Wie lesen wir "Men" und welche Fragen wirft er auf, darüber spricht Christian mit Hannah Pilarczyk vom SPIEGEL.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Using Tokens For Governance & Incentivizing Communities | Lucas Campbell @ Bankless

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 65:03


We talk to Lucas Campbell from Bankless about DAO Tokenomics, specifically how to use tokens for governance and incentivize communities.

That Dan Band Show
DCI San Antonio and the Push Toward Finals

That Dan Band Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 46:47


Dan reviews the recap from the 2022 DCI Southwestern Championship and provides his insights into where the competition is headed as the corps make their final push toward Indy. Show Timestamps: 00:40 - Start 03:28 - Intro to scores from the Southwestern Championship 03:41 - Colts at 12th 05:43 - Blue Knights at 11th 07:05 - Phantom Regiment at 10th 08:30 - Cavaliers at 9th 11:21 - Scoring 13:25 - Mandarins in 8th 14:30 - Difference in scores between the Cavaliers and Blue Stars 14:46 - Blue Stars in 7th 15:50 - Cadets in 6th 17:33 - Vanguard in 5th 18:00 - Big Spread between 5 and 6 19:58 - Bluecoats in 4th 21:25 - Scoring variations 21:43 - Carolina Crown in 3rd 23:58 - Crusaders in 2nd 26:30 - Blue Devils in 1st 28:38 - “When was the last time Devs got fourth?” 30:48 - Dynamic factor of scoring 35:00 - “Welcome the shakeups” 36:25 - Looking ahead to the next few shows 36:40 - DCI Mesquite groups 37:40 - Next show - DCI Southern Miss. 39:00 - Master of Southern Music Games - Murfreesboro  40:30 - Indy coming down the pipe in less than two weeks 45:00 - Let's chat, subscribe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Demystifying Work in Web3 : Which Employment Style is Best for You?

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:58


In this Web3 Deep Dive we're demystifying work in web3 and answering an important question: Which Web3 employment style is best for you?

Strike Force : Masters of Launch Podcast
Gundam, Gamestop, Skate 4

Strike Force : Masters of Launch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 60:33


This week we talk about Gundam, Gamestop NFTs, Devs talking shit about NFTs, skate 4, and monetizing Unity

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Vayner3 | Minecraft NFTs | Metaverse Workforce | Amazon.eth | ZKrollups | Web3 Academy Events

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 73:59


In this week's Web3 Rollup, we discuss Vayner3, Minecraft banning NFTs, metaverse workforce, Amazon.eth, ZKrollups and upcoming Web3 Academy community events.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
The Missing Piece of Web3 UX: Wallet Notifications & Messaging | Jaf @ EPNS

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 65:56


In this deep dive, we get into what a Web3 wallet is, its benefits and why it'll become the means through which we express our identity.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

In this deep dive, we get into what a Web3 wallet is, its benefits and why it'll become the means through which we express our identity.

ValleyFlyin Smashin' Time
Episode 167: Unfarmable Characters, Hulkbuster and the Bionic Avengers, Scourge Targets, Datamines and more

ValleyFlyin Smashin' Time

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 73:20


It has been a week of pleasant surprises for Marvel Strike Force. The Devs responded to some recent bugs and revealed some fan favorite characters getting reworks. I discuss the entire week with MrHartgrave and our topics include:Introduction 00:00Scopley Handles Thunder milestones 01:46Milestones too tight? 03:34QA Issues Moving Forward 07:11Handling Agatha store issues 09:11Dazzler Milestones Misstep 12:16Hulkbuster HYPE! 15:19Iron Man and Vison FINALY reworked 20:11Viv Vision Confirmed and Predictions 26:07Rumored 5th? Deathlok?  27:55Bionic Avengers Useful outside of Raids? 28:34War Remaining Unlock Team Predictions 30:09War and Death Teams and Uses 33:14Crucible Changes and New Room Buffs 37:11Updated Famine Scourge Tips 43:02 Rogue Useable Now! 47:45Lack of Farmability of Recent Characters  50:33Space Viking Milestones 56:55Rumble Blitz Today 01:02:18More Training Mats tomorrow 01:03:15Datamines Dr Voodoo 01:05:24Datamines Valkyrie Event Start Date 01:06:54Ms Marvel Episode 5 Discussion (SPOILER WARNING) 01:09:04Final Thoughts 01:11:06See more MrHartgrave at:https://www.youtube.com/c/MrHartgravehttps://www.twitch.tv/MrHartgraveSupport Jojo:https://gofund.me/7f7dda5eFriday 15th 9PM EST: https://whatnot.com/live/120ad17b-ee6b-47a9-829a-57418fe9d282?app=ios&invitedBy=scarletspidercomicsGet up to 20% off your in-game purchases with Amazon coins:https://l.linklyhq.com/l/L6XG#MarvelStrikeForceValleyFlyin76 Channel (Marvel Future Revolution) http://bit.ly/2oHqk8EOther Sponsors:LD Player: https://bit.ly/LDPMFRBluestacks 5: http://bit.ly/VFBlueCBD from POP Colorado 10% Discount: https://popcolorado.com/?valleyflyin=3LOOTCAKES Rewards: https://lootcakes.com/register/step1/...SKILLSHARE Premium Free Trial: https://skl.sh/valleyflyin12211Worldwide Nutrition 15% Discount: https://worldwidenutrition.com/pages/...More ValleyFlyin:Valleyflyin Merch: http://bit.ly/VFMerchDiscord: http://bit.ly/valleyflyinTwitter: https://twitter.com/valleyflyinInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/valleyflyin/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Valleyflyin/Twitch: http://bit.ly/vftwitchPatreon: http://bit.ly/VFPatreonSupport the show

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Snapchat NFT | Disney Web3 Accelerator | NFT Liquidations | Inflation | Web3 YouTube

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 72:26


In this week's Web3 Rollup, we discuss Snapchat entering Web3, the Disney Web3 Accelerator, NFT liquidations, and Web3 YouTube

Brakeing Down Security Podcast
PYPI enables 2FA, some devs have a problem with this

Brakeing Down Security Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 56:22


Full #twitch VOD here (prime sub or paid sub required):  https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1528342722 https://github.com/untitaker/python-atomicwrites https://thehackernews.com/2022/07/pypi-repository-makes-2af-security.html Twitch streams (175+ hours of content!): Https://twitch.tv/brakesec www.brakeingsecurity.com Twitter: @infosystir @boettcherpwned @brakesec @bryanbrake

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Merging Discord And Reddit For Web3 Communities | Grant Magdanz

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 73:45


This week's Web3 DOer Spotlight guest is Grant Magdanz. Grant is the co-founder of GM.xyz. We discuss Discord's endless issues, the lack of suitable social media platforms dedicated to the Web3 ecosystem, the future of Web3 social, and what role gm.xyz may play in that future.

Double Tap – A Podcast for the Fighting Game Community
#277: SF6 Headed to Comic Con, Strive Devs Backyard Goes Backwards

Double Tap – A Podcast for the Fighting Game Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 81:54


Street Fighter 6 Appearance at Comic Con, DNF DUEL ISSUES, Go1 Opts out of EVO, SonicFox Skips DBFZ WORLD TOUR and more!

GigaBoots Podcasts
Armchair Devs KIWAMI #7: Flintstones

GigaBoots Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 52:03


We recorded an Armchair Devs Kiwami in April. Isn't that a neat fact? GigaBoots Podcast Network Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/GBPodcasts RSS Feed: https://gbpods.podbean.com/ KZXcellent's Channel: http://www.kzxcellent.com Mr Feel's Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrfeelswildride GigaBoots' Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gigaboots GB Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/gigaboots Discord: https://discord.gg/XAGcxBk

Paul's Security Weekly TV
The Security Challenges That Devs Encounter When Building Secure Apps - Farshad Abasi - ASW #203

Paul's Security Weekly TV

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 34:36


Appsec starts with the premise that we need to build secure code, but it also has to be able to recommend effective practices and tools that help developers. This also means appsec teams need to work with developers to create criteria for security solutions, whether it's training or scanners, in order to make sure their investments of time and money lead to more secure apps. Segment Resources: https://forwardsecurity.com/2022/04/24/embedding-security-into-software-during-development/ https://forwardsecurity.com/2022/03/15/application-security-for-busy-tech-execs/ https://forwardsecurity.com/2022/03/09/sast-sca-dast-iast-rasp-what-they-are-and-how-you-can-automate-application-security/   Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw203

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Jay walks us through the top 8 takeaways he had from his experience at NFT NYC. If you're into NFTs, this is going to be epic!

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Facebook NFTs | Digital Identify | NFT Use Cases | Web3 Phones & OS | Person of the Month

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 71:15


This week was jam packed! We discuss Facebook introducing NFTs, digital identity, evolving NFT use cases, more companies eyeing Web3 smart phones, and the Web3 Person of the Month.

Vandaag
Hoe de VS verslaafd raakten aan dodelijke pijnstillers

Vandaag

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 20:27


Het is zeer verslavend, goedkoop en een dosis kleiner dan een rijstkorrel is al gevaarlijk. Door een overdosis fentanyl, een zware pijnstiller die vaak wordt versneden met drugs, sterven jaarlijks ruim 100.000 mensen in Amerika. In een flat in St. Louis stierven in één weekend in februari zeven bewoners door een overdosis van dit middel. Buitenlandredacteur Merijn de Waal ging op zoek naar antwoorden. Hoe kon het hier zó misgaan en wat zegt dat over de opiatencrisis in de VS?Gast: Merijn de WaalPresentator: Floor BoonRedactie: Liz DautzenbergMontage: Jeroen JaspersLees hier de reconstructie die Merijn de Waal maakte over vervuilde drugs die rondgingen in de flat in St. Louis.Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
How Your Off Chain Personal Data Backpack Will Change The Internet | Evin McMullen, CEO of Disco.xyz

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 68:31


To discuss the future of data, we sat down with Evin McMullen, CEO of Disco.xyz and perhaps the most talented storyteller we've had on our podcast.

Screaming in the Cloud
Enterprise Developer Advocacy with Maish Saidel-Keesing

Screaming in the Cloud

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 30:14


About MaishMaish Saidel-Keesing is a Senior Enterprise Developer Advocate @AWS working on containers and has been working in IT for the past 20 years and with a stronger focus on cloud and automation for the past 7.He has extensive experience with AWS Cloud technologies, DevOps and Agile practices and implementations, containers, Kubernetes, virtualization and, and a number of fun things he has done along the wayHe is constantly trying to bridge the gap between Developers and Operators to allow all of us provide a better service for our customers (and not wake up from pages in the middle of the night). He is an avid practitioner of dissolving silos - educating Ops how to code and explaining to Devs what the hell is OperationsLinks Referenced: @maishsk: https://twitter.com/maishsk duckbillgroup.com: https://duckbillgroup.com TranscriptAnnouncer: Hello, and welcome to Screaming in the Cloud with your host, Chief Cloud Economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn. This weekly show features conversations with people doing interesting work in the world of cloud, thoughtful commentary on the state of the technical world, and ridiculous titles for which Corey refuses to apologize. This is Screaming in the Cloud.Corey: This episode is sponsored by our friends at Fortinet. Fortinet's partnership with AWS is a better-together combination that ensures your workloads on AWS are protected by best-in-class security solutions powered by comprehensive threat intelligence and more than 20 years of cybersecurity experience. Integrations with key AWS services simplify security management, ensure full visibility across environments, and provide broad protection across your workloads and applications. Visit them at AWS re:Inforce to see the latest trends in cybersecurity on July 25-26 at the Boston Convention Center. Just go over to the Fortinet booth and tell them Corey Quinn sent you and watch for the flinch. My thanks again to my friends at Fortinet.Corey: Let's face it, on-call firefighting at 2am is stressful! So there's good news and there's bad news. The bad news is that you probably can't prevent incidents from happening, but the good news is that incident.io makes incidents less stressful and a lot more valuable. incident.io is a Slack-native incident management platform that allows you to automate incident processes, focus on fixing the issues and learn from incident insights to improve site reliability and fix your vulnerabilities. Try incident.io, recover faster and sleep more.Corey: Welcome to Screaming in the Cloud. I'm Corey Quinn. I'm a cloud economist at The Duckbill Group, and that was a fun thing for me to become because when you're starting to set out to solve a problem, well, what do you call yourself? I find that if you create a job title for yourself, well, no one knows quite how to categorize you and it leads to really interesting outcomes as a result. My guest today did something very similar. Maish Saidel-Keesing is an EntReloper, or Enterprise Developer Advocate, specifically for container services at AWS. Maish, thank you for joining me.Maish: Thank you for having me on the show, Corey. It's great to be here.Corey: So, how did you wind up taking a whole bunch of words such as enterprise, developer, advocate because I feel like the way you really express seniority at big companies, almost as a display of dominance, is to have additional words in your job title, which all those words are very enterprise-y, very business-y, and very serious. And in container services to boot, which is a somewhat interesting culture, just looking at the enterprise adoption of the pattern. And then at AWS, whose entire sense of humor can be distilled down into, “That's not funny.” You have the flexibility to refer to yourself as an EntReloper in public. I love it. Is it just something you started doing? Was there, like, 18 forms of approval you had to go through to do it? How did this happen? I love it.Maish: So, no. I didn't have to go through approval, of course. Same way, you didn't call yourself a cloud economist with anybody else's approval. But I got the idea mostly from you because I love your term of coining everybody who's in developer advocacy or developer relations as a DevReloper. And specifically, the reason that I coined the term of an EntReloper—and actually looked it up on Google to see if anybody had actually used that term before, and no they haven't—it's the fact of I came into the position on the premise of trying to bring the enterprise voice of the customer into developer advocacy.When we speak about developer advocates today, most of them are the people who are the small startups, developers who write the code, and we kind of forget that there is a whole big world outside of, besides small startups, which are these big, massive, behemoth sort of enterprise companies who kind of do things differently because they've been around for many, many years; they have many, many silos inside their organizations. And it's not the most simple thing to open up your laptop, and install whatever software you want on, because some of these people don't even give you admin rights on your laptop, or you're allowed to ssh out to a computer in the cloud because also the same thing: everything is blocked by corporate firewalls where you have to put in a ticket in order to get access to the outside world. I worked in companies like that when I was—before I moved to Amazon. So, I want to bring that perspective to the table on behalf of our customers.Corey: Bias is a very funny thing. I spent the overwhelming majority of my career in small environments like you describe. To me a big company is one that has 200 people there, and it turns out that there's a whole ‘nother sense of scale that goes beyond that. And there's, like, 18 different tiers beyond. But I still bias based upon my own experiences when I talk about how I do things and how I think about things to a certain persona that closely resembles my own experiences where, “Just install this thing as a tool and it'll be great,” ignoring entirely, the very realistic fact that you've got an entire universe out there of people who are not empowered to install things on their own laptop, for example.How is developer advocacy different within enterprises than in the common case of, “We're a startup. We're going to change the world with our amazing SaaS.” Great, maybe you will. Statistically, you won't. But enterprises have different concerns, different challenges, and absolutely a different sense of scale. How is the practice of advocacy different in those environments?Maish: So, I think the fact is, mostly working on standardization from the get-go that these big enterprises want things to work in a standard way where they can control it, they can monitor it, they can log everything, they can secure it mostly, of course, the most important thing. But it's also the fact that as a developer advocate, you don't always talk to developers within the enterprise. You also have to talk to the security team and to the network team and to the business itself or the C-level to understand. And as you also probably have found out as well in your job, you connect the people with inside the business one to another, these different groups, and get them talking to each other to make these decisions together. So, we act as kind of a bridge in between the people with inside their own company where they don't really talk to each other, or don't have the right connections, or the right conduit in order for them to start that conversation and make things better for themselves.Corey: On some level, my line about developer relations, developer advocacy, has generally taken the track of, “What does that mean? Well, it means you work in marketing, but they're scared to tell you that.” Do you view what you do as being within marketing, aligned with marketing, subtly different and I'm completely wrong, et cetera, et cetera? All positions are legitimate, by the way.Maish: So, I think, at the position that I'm currently in, which is a developer advocate but for the service team, is slightly different than a marketing developer advocate. The marketing developer advocate—and we have many of them which are amazing people and doing amazing work within AWS—their job is to teach everybody about the services and the capabilities available within AWS. That is also part of my job, but I would think that is the 40% of my job. I also go on stage, I go on podcasts like this, I present at conferences, I write blog posts. I also do the kind of marketing work as well.But the other 60% of my job as a service developer advocate is to seek out the feedback, or the signals, or the sentiment from our customers, and bring that back into the service teams, into the product management, into the engineering teams. And, as I said, sit as the enterprise customer in the chair in those meetings, to voice their concerns… their opinions, how they would like the products to go, how we can make the products better. So, the 60% is mostly what we call inbound, which is taking feedback from our customers back into the service teams directly in order to have some influence on the roadmap. And 40% is the outbound work, which we do, as I said, conferences, blog posts, and things like this.Corey: I have a perception. And I am thrilled to be corrected on this because it's not backed by data; it's backed by my own biases—and some people tend to conflate the two; I strive not to—that there's a—I think the term that I heard bandied around at one point was ‘the dark matter developers.' These are folks that primarily work in .NET or Java. They work for companies that are not themselves tech companies, but rather tech is a supporting function, usually in a central IT-style organization, that supports what the business actually does, and they generally are not visible to a lot of traditional developer advocacy approaches.They, by and large, don't go to conferences, they don't go on Twitter to yell at people about things, they commit the terrible sin—according to many startup folks—of daring to view the craft of writing software as this artistic thing, and they just view it as a job and a thing to make money for—filthy casuals—as opposed to this higher calling that's changing the world. Which I think is wild take. But there are a tremendous number of people out there who do fit the profile of they show up, they do their jobs working on this stuff, they don't go to conferences, they don't go out into the community, and they just do their job and go home. The end. Is that an accurate perception? Are there large swaths of folks like that in the industry, and if so, do they centralize or congregate more around enterprises than they do around smaller companies?Maish: I think that your perception is correct. Specifically, for my experience, when I worked, for example, my first two years before I was a developer advocate, I was an enterprise solutions architect which I worked with financial institutions, which are banks, which usually have software which are older than me, which are written in languages, which are older than I am. So, there are people which, as they say, they come there to—they do their job. They're not interested in looking at Twitter, or writing blog posts, or participating in any kind of thing which is outgoing. And they just, they're there to write the code. They go home at the end of the day.They also usually don't have pagers that page them in middle of the night because that's what you have operations teams for, not developers because they're completely different entities. So, I do think your perception might be correct, yes. There are people like that when you say, these dark matter people, dark matter developers.Corey: And I don't have any particular problem. I'm not here to cast shade on anything that they're doing, to be very clear.Maish: Not at all.Corey: Everyone makes different choices and that's great. I don't think necessarily everyone should have a job that is all-consuming, that eats them alive. I wish I didn't, some days. [laugh]. The challenge I have for you then is, as an EntReloper, how do you reach folks in positions like that? Or don't you?Maish: I think the way to reach those people is to firstly, expose them to technology, expose them to the capabilities that they can use in AWS in the cloud, specifically with my position in container services, and gain their trust because that's one of the LPs in Amazon itself: customer obsession. And we work consistently in order to—with our customers to gain their trust and help them along their journey, whatever it may be. If it might be the fact, okay, I only want to write software for nine to five and go home and do everything afterwards, which most normal people do without having to worry about work, or they still want to continue working and adopt the full model of you build it, you own it; manage everything in production on their own and go into the new world of modern software, which many enterprises, unfortunately, are not all the way there yet, but hopefully, they will get there sooner than later.Corey: There's a misguided perception in many corners that you have to be able to reach everyone at all times; wherever they are, you have to be able to go there. I don't think that's true. I think that showing up and badgering people who are just trying to get a job done into, “Hey, have you heard the good word of cloud?” It's like, evangelists knocking on your door at seven o'clock in the morning on a weekend and you're trying to sleep in because the kids are somewhere else for the week. Yeah, I might be projecting a little bit on that.I think that is the wrong direction to go. And I find that being able and willing to meet people where they are is key to success on this. I'm also a big believer in the idea that in any kind of developer advocacy role, regardless whether their targets are large, small, or in my case, patently ridiculous because my company is in fact ridiculous in some ways, you have to meet them where they are. There's no choice around that. Do you find that there are very different concerns that you have to wind up addressing with your audience versus a more, “Mainstream,” quote-unquote, developer advocacy role?Maish: For the enterprise audience, they need to, I would say, relate to what we're talking to. For an example, I gave a talk a couple of weeks ago on the AWS Summit here in Tel Aviv, of how to use App Runner. So, instead of explaining to the audiences how you use the console, this is what it does, you can deploy here, this is how the deployments work, blue, green, et cetera, et cetera, I made up an imaginary company and told the story of how the three people in the startup of this company would start working using App Runner in order to make the thing more relatable, something which people can hopefully remember and understand, okay, this is something which I would do as a startup, or this is what my project, which I'm doing or starting to work on, something I can use. So, to answer your question, in two words, tell stories instead of demo products.Corey: It feels like that's a… heavy lift, in many cases, because I guess it's also partially a perception issue on my part, where I'm looking at this across the board, where I see a company that has 5000 developers working there and, like, how do you wind up getting them to adopt cloud, or adopt new practices, or change anything? It feels like it's a Herculean, impossible task. But in practice, I feel like you don't try and do all of that at once. You start with small teams, you start with specific projects, and move on. Is that directionally accurate?Maish: Completely accurate. There's no way to move a huge mothership in one direction at one time. You have to do, as you say, start small, find the projects, which are going to bring value to the company or the business, and start small with those projects and those small teams, and continue that education within the organization and help the people with your teaching or introducing them to the cloud, to help others within inside their own organization. Make them, or enable them, or empower them to become leaders within their own organization. That's what I tried to do, at least.Corey: You and I have a somewhat similar background, which is weird given that we've just spent a fair bit of time talking about how different our upbringings were in tech at scales of companies and whatnot, but we're alike in that we are both fairly crusty, old operations-side folks, sysadmins—Maish: [laugh]. Yep.Corey: —grumpy people.Maish: Grumpy old sysadmins. Yeah, exactly.Corey: Exactly. Because do you ever notice there's never a happy one? Imagine that. And DevOps was always a meeting of the development and operations, meaning everyone's unhappy. And there's a school of thought that—like, I used to think that, “Oh, this is just what we call sysadmins once they want a better title and more money, but it's still the same job.”But then I started meeting a bunch of DevOps types who had come from the exact opposite of our background, where they were software developers and then they wound up having to learn not so much how the code stuff works the way that we did, but rather how systems work, how infrastructure works. Compare and contrast those for me. Who makes, I guess, the more successful DevOps engineer when you look at it through that lens?Maish: So, I might be crucified for this on the social media from a number of people from the other side of the fence, but I have the firm belief that the people who make the best DevOps engineers—and I hate that term—but people who move DevOps initiatives or changes or transformations with organization is actually the operations people because they usually have a broader perspective of what is going on around them besides writing code. Too many times in my career, I've been burned by DNS, by a network cable, by a power outage, by somebody making a misconfiguration in the Puppet module, or whatever it might have been, somebody wrote it to deploy to 15,000 machines, whatever it may be. These are things where developers, at least my perception of what developers have been doing up until now, don't really do that. In a previous organization I used to work for, the fact was, there was a very, very clear delineation about between the operations people, and the developers who wrote the software. We had very hard times getting them into rotations for on-call, we had very hard times educating them about the fact that not every single log line has to be written to the log because it doesn't interest anybody.But from developer perspective, of course, we need that log because we need to know what's happening in the end. But there are 15, different thousand… turtles all the way down, which have implications about the number of log lines which are written into a piece of software. So, I am very much of the belief that the people that make the best DevOps engineers—if we can use that term still today—are actually people which come from an operations background because it's easier to teach them how to write code or become a programmer than the other way round of teaching a developer how to become an operations person. So, the change or the move from one direction from operations to adding the additional toil of writing software is much easier to accomplish than the other way around, from a developer learning how to run infrastructure at scale.Corey: This episode is sponsored in part by our friend EnterpriseDB. EnterpriseDB has been powering enterprise applications with PostgreSQL for 15 years. And now EnterpriseDB has you covered wherever you deploy PostgreSQL on-premises, private cloud, and they just announced a fully-managed service on AWS and Azure called BigAnimal, all one word. Don't leave managing your database to your cloud vendor because they're too busy launching another half-dozen managed databases to focus on any one of them that they didn't build themselves. Instead, work with the experts over at EnterpriseDB. They can save you time and money, they can even help you migrate legacy applications—including Oracle—to the cloud. To learn more, try BigAnimal for free. Go to biganimal.com/snark, and tell them Corey sent you.Corey: I once believed much the same because—and it made sense coming from the background that I was in. Everyone intellectually knows that if you're having trouble with a piece of equipment, have you made sure that it's plugged in? Yes, everyone knows that intellectually. But there's something about having worked on a thing for three hours that wasn't working and only discover it wasn't plugged in, that really sears that lesson into your bones. The most confidence-inspiring thing you can ever hear from someone an operations role is, “Oh, I've seen this problem before. Here's how we fixed it.”It feels like there are no junior DevOps engineers, for lack of a better term. And for a long time, I believed that the upcoming and operational side of the world were in fact, the better DevOps types. And in the fullness of time, I think a lot of that—at least my position on it—was rooted in some level of insecurity because I didn't know how to write code and the thing that I saw happening was my job that I had done historically was eroding. Today, I don't know that it's possible to be in the operation space and not be at least basically conversant with how code works. There's a reason most of these job interviews turn into algorithm hazing.And my articulation of it was rooted, for me at least—at least in a small way—in a sense of defensiveness and wanting to validate the thing that I had done with my career that I defined myself by, I was under threat. And obviously, the thing that I do is the best thing because otherwise it's almost a tacit admission that I made poor career choices at some point. And I don't think that's true, either. But for me, at least psychologically, it was very much centered in that. And honestly, I found that the right answer for me was, in fact, neither of those two things because I have met a couple of people in my life that I would consider to be full-stack engineers.And there's a colloquialism these days, that means oh, you do front-end and back-end. Yeah. The people I'm thinking of did front-end, they did back-end, they did mobile software, they did C-level programming, they wrote their own freaking device drivers at one point. Like, they have done basically everything. And they were the sort of person you could throw any technical issue whatsoever at and get out of their way because it was going to get solved. Those people are, as it turns out, the best. Like, who does a better job developer or operations, folks? Yes. Specifically, both of those things together.Maish: Exactly.Corey: And I think that is a hard thing to talk about. I think that it's a hard—it's certainly a hard thing to find. It turns out that there's a reason that I only know two or three of those folks in the course of my entire career. They're out there, but they're really, really hard to track down.Maish: I completely agree.Corey: A challenge that I hear articulated in some cases—and while we're saying things that are going to get us yelled out on social media, let's go for the fences on this one—a concern that comes up when talking about enterprises moving to cloud is that they have a bunch of existing sysadmin types—while we're on the topic—and well, those people need to learn to work within cloud. And the reality is, in many cases that first, that's a whole new skill set that not everyone is going to be willing or able to pick up. For those who can they have just found that their market rate has effectively doubled. And that seems, on some level, to pose a significant challenge to companies undergoing this, and the larger the company, the more significant the challenge.Because it's my belief that you pay market rate for the talent you have whether you want to or not. And if companies don't increase compensation, these people will leave for things that double their income. And if they raise compensation internally, good for them, but that does have a massive drag on their budget that may not have been accounted for in a lot of the TCO analyses. How do you find that the companies you talk to wind up squaring that circle?Maish: I don't think I have a correct answer for that. I do completely agree—Corey: Oh, I'm not convinced there's a correct answer at all. I'm just trying [laugh] to figure out how to even think about it.Maish: I… have seen this as well in companies which I used to work for and companies that were customers that I have also worked with as part of my tenure in AWS. It's the fact of, when companies are trying to move to the cloud and they start upskilling their people, there's always the concern in the back of their mind of the fact, “Okay, I'm now training this person with new technology. I'm investing time, I'm investing money. And why would I do this if I know that, for example, as soon as I finish this, I'm going to have to just say, I have to pay them more because they can go somewhere else and get the same job with a better pay? So, why would we invest amount of time and resources into upscaling the people?”And these are questions which I have received and conversations which I've had with customers many times over the last two, three years. And the answer, from my perspective always, is the fact is because, number one, you're making the world a better place. Number two, you're making your employees feel more appreciated, giving them better knowledge. And if you're afraid of the fact of teaching somebody to become better is going to have negative effects on your organization then, unfortunately, you deserve to have that person leave and let them find a better job because you're not taking good care of your people. And it's sometimes hard for companies to hear that.Sometimes we get, “You know what? You're completely right.” Sometimes I don't agree with you because I need to compete there, get to the bottom line, and make sure that I stay within my budget or my TCO. But the most important thing is to have the conversation, let people hear different ideas, see how it can benefit them, not only by giving people more options to maybe leave the company, but it can actually make their whole organization a lot better in the long run.Corey: I think that you have to do right by people because reputations last a long time. Even at big companies it becomes a very slow thing to change and almost impossible to do in the short term. So, people tell stories when they feel wronged. That becomes a problem. I do want to pivot a little bit because you're not merely an EntReloper; you are an EntReloper specifically focusing on container services.Maish: Correct.Corey: Increasingly, I am viewing containers as what amounts to effectively a packaging format. That is the framework through which I am increasingly seeing. How are you seeing customers use containers? Is that directionally correct? Is it completely moonbat stuff compared to what you're seeing in the wild, or something else?Maish: I don't think it's a packaging format; I think it's more as an accelerator to enable the customers to develop in a more modern way with using twelve-factor apps with modern technology and not necessarily have their own huge, sticky, big monolith of whatever it might be, written in C# or whatever, or C++ whatever it may be, as they've been using up until now, but they now have the option and the technology and the background in order to split it up into smaller services and develop in the way that most of the modern world—or at least, the what we perceive as the modern world—is developing and creating applications today.Corey: I feel like on some level, containers were a radical change to how companies envisioned software. They definitely provide a path of modernizing things that were very tied to hardware previously. It let some companies even just leapfrog the virtualization migration that they'd been considering doing. But, on some level, I also feel like it runs counter to the ideas of DevOps, where you have development and operations working in partnership, where now it's like, welp, inside the container is a development thing and outside the container, ops problem now. It feels almost, on some level, like, it reinforces a wall. But in a lot of cultures and a lot of companies, that wall is there and there's no getting rid of it anytime soon. So, I confess that I'm conflicted on that.Maish: I think you might be right, and it depends, of course, on the company and the company culture, but what I think that companies need to do is understand that there will never be one hundred percent of people writing software that want to know one hundred percent of how the underlying infrastructure works. And the opposite direction as well: that there will never be people which maintain infrastructure and understand how computers and CPUs and memory buses and NUMA works on motherboards, that they don't need to know how to write the most beautiful enticing and wonderful software for programs, for the world. There's always going to have to be a compromise of who's going to be doing this or who's going to be doing that, and how comfortable they are with taking at least part of the responsibility of the other side into their own realm of what they should be doing. So, there's going to be a compromise on both sides, but there is some kind of divide today of separating, okay, you just write the Helm chart for your Kubernetes Pod spec, or your ECS task, or whatever task definition, whatever you would like. And don't worry about the things in the background because they're just going to magically happen in the end. But they do have to understand exactly what is happening at the background in the end because if something goes wrong, and of course, something will go wrong, eventually, one day somewhere, somehow, they're going to have to know how to take care of it.Corey: I really want to thank you for taking the time to speak with me today about, well, I guess a wide ranging variety of topics, some of which will absolutely inspire people to take to their feet—or at least their Twitter accounts—and tell us, “You know what your problem is?” And I honestly live for that. If you don't evoke that kind of reaction on some level, have you ever really had an opinion in the first place? So, I'm looking forward to that. If people want to learn more about you, your beliefs, call set beliefs misguided, et cetera, et cetera, where's the best place to find you?Maish: So, I'm on Twitter under @maishsk. I assume that will be in the [show notes 00:26:31]. I pontificate some time on technology, on cooking every now and again, on Friday before the end of the weekend, a little bit of politics, but you can find me @maishsk on Twitter. Or maishsk everywhere else social that's possible.Corey: Excellent. We will toss links to that, of course, in the [show notes 00:26:50]. Thank you so much for being so generous with your time. I appreciate it.Maish: Thank you very much, Corey. It was fun.Corey: Maish Saidel-Keesing, EntReloper of container services at AWS. I'm Cloud Economist Corey Quinn, and this is Screaming in the Cloud. If you've enjoyed this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice, whereas if you've hated it, please leave a five-star review on your podcast platform of choice along with an angry comment that your 5000 enterprise developer colleagues can all pile on.Corey: If your AWS bill keeps rising and your blood pressure is doing the same, then you need The Duckbill Group. We help companies fix their AWS bill by making it smaller and less horrifying. The Duckbill Group works for you, not AWS. We tailor recommendations to your business and we get to the point. Visit duckbillgroup.com to get started.Announcer: This has been a HumblePod production. Stay humble.

Double Tap – A Podcast for the Fighting Game Community
#276: SF6 Devs Talk, DBZF Tour, DNF Issues and First Impressions

Double Tap – A Podcast for the Fighting Game Community

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 66:43


Happy Fourth! First SF6 devs conduct interviews, DNF has issues, a new game is announced, Mezza returned with knowledge.

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse
Let's Go Down The Web3 Rabbit Hole Together…

Web3 Academy: Exploring Utility In NFTs, DAOs, Crypto & The Metaverse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 30:56


If you're like most people in Web3, you've spent some time going down the “Web3 Rabbit Hole”. Come with us down the Web3 rabbit hole.

Dev Interrupted
How to Train Devs to Disrupt Industries w/ Lessen's CTO Chris Bee

Dev Interrupted

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 40:31


Not all dev orgs work in all situations. Especially if your dev org is looking to completely reshape and disrupt an entire industry.That's why we were so excited to talk to Chris Bee, CTO of Lessen.Lessen is looking to change the way property owners hire vetted professionals for renovation, maintenance and turn services. That means so much of what their programmers are building hasn't been built before.Chris opened up about how the company trains and empowers developers to design and build things customers didn't know they wanted. He also goes in depth about how to bring those new ideas to market when it can seem like the ground is shifting every minute.Access the engineering benchmarks report here: http://linearb.io/benchmarks/Lessen's website: https://www.lessen.com/ Chris' website: https://www.chrisbee.com/Want to try LinearB?  Book a LinearB Demo and use the "Dev Interrupted Podcast" discount code.Join our Discord Community ►► discord.gg/devinterruptedHave 60 seconds? Review the show on Apple Podcasts

Inside iOS Dev
WWDC 2022 Devs Reaction

Inside iOS Dev

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 77:38


In this episode Alex and Sandeep react to WWDC 2022 Platform State of The Union. This is our very raw, unresearched reaction/opinion on what we heard on latest WWDC changes for iOS development. Some things are just emotions and unfiltered opinions, some are things we already looked into.We'll be doing deep dives in other videos into some of the stuff we covered that we're not sure or don't know much about or stuff that deserves more attention.You can find the video we covered here: https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2022/102/ Sign up for Alex's upcoming video course about iOS System Design Interview: https://iosinterviewguide.com/system-design-interviewSign up for Alex's upcoming video course about RIBs Architecture: http://ribsarchitecture.com/video-course-waitlistNeed to prepare for an iOS Engineer Interview?https://iosinterviewguide.comConnect with us: https://twitter.com/insideiosdevEmail us at hello@insideiosdev.com

The Dive - A League of Legends Esports Podcast
The Dive | Passing around C9 Hopium & Patch Goals w/ League Devs Phroxon & TrueXY

The Dive - A League of Legends Esports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 100:21 Very Popular


Hey there Dive fans! We have a DOOZY for you this week as we deliver a special 2 parter episode. We kick things off with Azael, Kobe & Mark to chat about the first week of LCS play & then we invite League of Legends Developers Riot Phroxon & Riot TrueXY to talk about the durability update and where they see the game evolving moving forward. You may notice some inconsistencies in how they address both sections, we decided to put the League Dev discussion on the 2nd half of the episode after the initial recording, so apologies for any confusion that may cause. On the LCS side, Kobe delivers some of that sweet CLG & Cloud9 hopium, while Mark peddles some for FLY... but Azael sure wasn't buying. Then in the discussion with the League devs, we talk about the state of scaling, how regions influence balance & how items impact our perception of durability. Also, you may notice we experienced some technical issues during recording that resulted in a few times our mics going out. While we resolved the issues shortly after the 3rd time this happened, we weren't able to recover the audio after the fact. We apologize for the inconvenience & thank you for your patience while we resolve these hiccups. We weren't able to get to your questions this week, but we hope you continue to leave them in the Youtube Comments below, on Twitter or on Anchor.FM so we can cover your thoughts on the LCS as it developsThe LCS returns this Saturday with the premiere of the Zven & Berserker bot lane as Cloud9 faces Dignitas at 1:30PM PT, see you there! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-dive-esports-podcast/message

Kinda Funny Games Daily
The Winners and Losers From Summer Game Fest - Kinda Funny Games Daily 06.10.22

Kinda Funny Games Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 64:09 Very Popular


Today SnowBikeMike and Andy Cortez run you through all the big announcements of Summer Game Fest week covering four different showcases and discussing who brought the heat and who missed the mark! They cover the announcements, game reveals, and fun from Summer Game Fest Showcase, Day of the Devs 2022, Devovler Digital Direct 2022, and OTK Game Expo. Who had the best games of the summer? Tune in to find out. Time Stamps - 00:00:00 - Start The Roper Report   - 00:12:00 -  Geoff Keighlys Summer Game Fest Showcase:Restarted filming - The Noticeable Miss Of God of War 00:41:01 - Day of the Devs 2022 00:48:48 - Devolver Digital Direct 2022: Marketing Countdown to Marketing 00:52:03 -  OTK Games Expo - Out today - You‘re Wrong