Today's guest is Deedy Das, Founding Engineer at Glean in Palo Alto, CA. Founded in 2019, Glean are on a mission to bring people the knowledge they need to make a difference in the world. Glean was founded by a seasoned team of former Google search and Facebook engineers, who wondered why we don't have an easier way of finding what we need at work. In our personal lives, we have tools to help us find pretty much whatever we need. They wondered why don't we have that at work and that was the beginning of Glean. As an engineering leader at Glean, Deedy's team works on Search & Intelligence problems which need dedicated end-to-end engineering thinking - indexing, processing, retrieval, ranking, serving, product - and power structured search (people, teams, customers, knowledge), chat search and code search. Prior to Glean, Deedy has been a Tech Lead at Google Search working on query understanding and the sports product in New York, Tel Aviv and Bangalore. Previously, he was also an engineer at Facebook in New York. In the episode, Deedy will chat about: The interesting work they do at Glean, Benefits they bring to customers compared to traditional consumer search, The day-to-day life of the engineering team, What attracted him to the company, Why Glean is a great place to work and What excites him for the future at Glean
Tecnologia e innovazione sono due mondi tanto simili quanto lontani, sia dal punto di vista organizzativo e gestionale che da quello culturale. Qual è il ruolo del leader tecnologico nella ricerca dell'equilibrio tra questi due estremi? E quali sono i diversi approcci all'innovazione? In questo CTO Show ne ho parlato con Marina Geymonat, Head of Innovation di Sisal. Temi principali dell'episodio: ✔️ Metodi e procedure di innovazione ✔️ IT e Innovazione: il ruolo del Tech Lead nel gestire due mondi vicini ma opposti ✔️ Diversi approcci all'innovazione e i rispettivi ruoli in azienda
After a rough August for stocks, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored where investors should put their money in September, with the major indices in the midst of a four-session losing streak on interest rate fears. Chip stocks under pressure after Nvidia and AMD said the U.S. imposed new licensing rules -- and told them to stop exporting and selling their top artificial intelligence chips to China. Campbell Soup shares down sharply in reaction to the company's quarterly results and guidance. CEO Mark Clouse joined the show exclusively to discuss earnings, inflation, pricing power and the supply chain. Also in focus: What's pressuring the biggest losers in the tech sector, crude oil slides, and U.K regulators scrutinize the Microsoft-Activision deal.
This week in SoundNotes, Chris Barton joins me to talk through a problem that shows up one way or another in every single CSM class I teach… How do I get my team to want to do Agile when they don't want to do Agile? During the interview, Chris and I talk through different lenses you can employ to get a better understanding of what is driving the resistance and strategies for overcoming it. We also spend some time near the end of the conversation on how to influence when you have no sway. This one came from someone on a team who is earlier in their career and is paired with an older Tech Lead that seems to view her primary role as Team Meeting Scheduler. Whether you are the one trying to influence, or you are the recipient of someone's efforts to influence, there is a lot here that you'll find valuable.
Ans Syuhada, Cofounder and Tech Lead of SME accounting solutions platform Delegasi, walks us through a career built around software engineering, from his early days when Ans' and cofounder Okki Pratama's alma mater ITB began offering instruction in product management, to some 6.5 years running engineering and platform & data at leading aquaculture platform eFishery. A Y-Combinator Summer 2022 participant, Delegasi seeks to vastly simplify the accounting challenges of the small business owner, starting with Indonesia's restaurant segment.
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Flashbots has pioneered the work around MEV which has become one of the most important topics in crypto today. MEV-Boost is an implementation of proposer-builder separation (PBS) built by Flashbots for proof of stake Ethereum. Validators running MEV-Boost maximize their staking reward by selling their blockspace to an open market while protecting Ethereum decentralization. It is estimated that validators running MEV-Boost can increase their staking rewards by over 60%. MEV-Boost is free, open-source, and neutral software. Lido has become the leading liquid staking solution on Ethereum with a huge amount of stake and has also taken on a key role in shaping the future of staking on Ethereum. We were joined by Stephane Gosselin, co-founder of Flashbots, to chat about MEV and the importance of MEV-Boost, how it works and it's impact on Ethereum. Also joining the chat is Vasiliy Shapovalov, Tech Lead at Lido, to share with us the significant impact MEV-Boost will have on Lido.Topics covered in this episode:Stephane and Vasily introductionsWhat is MEV and why is it important?MEV supply chain and the centralization risks with itThe significance of MEV for LidoLido MEV policy for node operatorsThe economics around MEV-BoostFlashbot Protect - will this still exist in MEV-Boost?Beyond Ethereum - what are the solution for cross-chain MEVThe impact of L2s and rollups on MEV and MEV-BoostTimelines as we approach The MergeEpisode links: FlashbotsLidoMEV-Boost in a nutshellWhy your blockchain needs an MEV solution - HasuStephane on TwitterVasily on TwitterThis episode is hosted by Brian Fabian Crain & Felix Lutsch. Show notes and listening options: epicenter.tv/455
Unser Gast André hat viele spannende Stationen als CTO und Tech Lead hinter sich. Daher gehen wir gemeinsam mit ihm auf eine Reise in die unterschiedlichen Unternehmen, die ihn beeinflusst haben und vice versa. Bereits bei seinem zweiten Arbeitgeber ImmobilienScout24 nahm André die Rolle des Software Development Team Leads ein. Konzernluft schnupperte er daraufhin bei seinen drei Jahren im Umfeld von Deutsche Post und war für die Entstehung des E-POST-Entwicklungsteams zuständig. Mit Mister Spex begab er sich in das E-Commerce-Umfeld, bis er schließlich an seiner heutigen Position als CTO von smava ankam. Dabei handelt es sich um ein FinTech-Unternehmen, das Kund:innen Vergleiche von Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten in Form von Krediten vereinfacht.Schreibt uns! Schickt uns eure Themenwünsche und euer Feedback: firstname.lastname@example.orgFolgt uns! Bleibt auf dem Laufenden über zukünftige Folgen und virtuelle Meetups und beteiligt euch an Community-Diskussionen. TwitterInstagramFacebookMeetupYouTubeMusik: Hanimo
Sameer Shariff is the Co-Founder and CEO @ Cambly, the company that allows you to become fluent faster through one-on-one video chat lessons with native English tutors. To date, Sameer has raised over $60M with Cambly from the best including Jeremy Levine @ Bessemer, Sarah Tavel @ Benchmark, Monashees, YC and more. Prior to founding Cambly, Sameer spent close to 5 years at Google on the Search Quality team and became the Tech Lead of the Search experiments team helping make experimentation a core part of the launch process. In Today's Episode with Sameer Sharif We Discuss: 1.) Entry into Startups and Co-Founding Cambly: How did Sameer make his way into the world of tech with his joining Google straight out of college? What were the 1-2 biggest takeaways from his time at Google? How did it shape his mindset? What was the a-ha moment for Sameer with Cambly? 2.) The Trials and Tribulations of Leadership: What does "high performance" mean to Sameer in business? How has it changed over time? What are the first things to break in a scaling company? How do the best companies retain speed and agility with scale? What are the single biggest hiring mistakes Sameer has made? What did he learn? 3.) The Fundraise that Led to Cash Flow Positive: Why does Sameer think it was so hard to fundraise for Cambly in the early days? When they failed to raise their Series A, what 3-4 core decisions did they make to get Cambly to cash flow positive as fast as possible? How did Sameer communicate their failed fundraising to the team? How did he do this in a way that rallied the troops and did not worry or scare them? What was the tipping point for fundraising to become much much easier for the company? Given they have not touched any of their Series A or Series B funds, how does Sameer think about the balance of growth vs profitability? 4.) Marketplace Dynamics 101: How did Cambly acquire the first 100 customers on the demand side? What is the most challenging dynamic of Cambly; demand or supply side? Where does Sameer see most marketplace founders make the biggest mistakes? What does Sameer know now on the intricacies of marketplace dynamics that he wishes he had known at the beginning? Items Mentioned In Today's Episode with Sameer Shariff: Sameer's Favourite Book: The Most Human Human: What Artificial Intelligence Teaches Us about Being Alive
E tá no ar mais um episódio para a série dos papéis e responsabilidades que rolam aqui no Luizalabs, tá curioso? No episódio de hoje trouxemos um convidado incrível que é aqui no Luizalabs uma liderança técnica, para falarmos um pouco sobre como é o dia a dia e exatamente o que faz uma pessa tech leader. Então chega+ e bora ouvir esse episódio, que tá muito massa! --- Edição completa por Rádiofobia Podcast e Multimídia: https://radiofobia.com.br/ --- Nos siga no Twitter e no Instagram: @luizalabs @cabecadelab Dúvidas, cabeçadas e sugestões, mande e-mail para o email@example.com Participantes: Ariadyne Oliveira | @trescores Bruno Freitas | linkedin.com/in/brunosilvafreitas/
Generalist Software Engineer. Tech Lead. Cloud Advocate. Podcast Host. Thought Leader. Henry Suryawirawan, VP of Engineering at Indonesia's largest and leading money movement platform (with more than 10 million users) Flip, goes on call with us to share his journey from startup to big tech and now scale up, his leadership approach as VP of Engineering at Flip, how his growth at Flip has impacted his own career and views, as well as his deep interest in Cloud and work as host of the Tech Lead Journal podcast. Join Henry at Flip in shaping the Indonesian financial culture and building the fairest tech company in the world! See open roles across departments. Timestamps (01:43) Paulo introduces Henry; (02:47) Venturing into Flip as a Scale Up; (07:37) Bringing Flip's Culture of Fairness to Fully Remote Engineering Teams; (14:01) How Flip Fosters Engineering Careers and Impact; (20:21) A Cloud Advocate's Perspective on the Impact of Cloud on Digitalization and Cybersecurity; (24:54) A Dev Podcast Host's Learnings; About our guest Henry Suryawirawan is a generalist software engineer, tech lead, cloud advocate, thought leader, and avid personal growth learner. He is the host of Tech Lead Journal, a podcast about technical leadership and excellence. He is also the creator of Apache Beam Katas, a learning platform for people to learn about Apache Beam. Henry's career spans across multiple industries—insurance, banking, startup, consulting, government, cloud—which includes companies like Great Eastern, Barclays, JP Morgan, Einsights, ThoughtWorks, Singapore GovTech, Google Cloud, and currently Flip. Henry also has deep interests in cloud technology, software architecture, technical practices, building tech products, and forming high performing engineering teams. He is highly experienced in Agile, DevOps, and CI/CD. Henry has delivered talks on multiple occasions, ranging from Google Cloud Next, Google Cloud Summits, webinars, and community meetups. Henry holds a Master of IT in Business (Financial Services track) from Singapore Management University. He also holds 5 GCP certifications, plus the CKAD and CKA certifications. During his spare time, Henry loves to read books, listening to podcasts, learning personal growth, running, and playing with his kids. Fun fact, Henry has finished Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon 7 times. Music: Energetic and Upbeat Rock Background Music For Videos and Workouts The content of this podcast is for informational purposes only, should not be taken as legal, tax, or business advice or be used to evaluate any investment or security, and is not directed at any investors or potential investors in any Insignia Ventures fund.
On this week's episode of the Bet On Yourself podcast, I speak to Sage Ke'alohilani Quiamno, Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Amazon Prime Video and Studios. Having wanted to be a lawyer as a child, Sage has always sought justice in the world and has since dedicated her career to ensuring that businesses – both brand-new startups and large, global corporates – are representative of the communities they serve. She is also now using her platform to give back to the people of Hawaii through trust-based philanthropy, as a board member of the Hawaii People's Fund. Sage's story from international canoe paddling competitions to boardrooms across America is as colourful as it is moving, and I can't wait to share it with you today. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ann-hiatt/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ann-hiatt/support
Are you tired of feeling like an impostor? Do you feel like you've been holding yourself back for too long? That you are missing out on growth opportunities because you don't feel confident enough?We believe you can be happy AND grow in your career. No need to sacrifice one to get the other. But to get there, you need as many tools and support as you can get.In this episode, Amor Muto shares strategies to help you beat Burnout, Fear of Success and Imposter Complex.About our guestAmor Muto is a Certified Professional Coach with a vast knowledge and experience on the imposter complex, leadership and fear of success, especially with Software Developers. He is a tetraplegic entrepreneur with 15+ years of experience. Purpose-driven to make burnout a thing from the past.Show Notes Join the Waiting List to the next cohort of Get to Senior Unhappy as a Developer? How Not To Be Miserable with Dr. Randy Paterson Skara.ai Get access to over 400 personal and professional coaches from around the world with Sphere.Guide. Use Code: hexdevs to get 50% off the first month.
สำหรับนักพัฒนาแล้ว การเทสเป็นสิ่งที่สำคัญมาก การเทสจัดเป็นตัวชี้วัดหนึ่งที่แยกมือสมัครเล่นออกจากมืออาชีพได้ แล้วการเทสมันมีแบบไหนบ้าง โดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งการเทสบน Mobile Application วันนี้คุณนนท์ วัชร สุวรรณโสภณ Tech Lead จาก Palo IT Thailand จะมาเล่าให้ฟังครับว่าการทำ mobile app ที่มีคุณภาพนั้นทำยังไง จะเป็นอย่างไรนั้น ติดตามได้ในตอนนี้ครับ คำถาม Mobile application development มีขั้นตอนอย่างไรบ้าง กว่า user จะเห็น application หนึ่งตัว กระบวนการ test ของ mobile app ทำยังไงบ้าง Tech stack ที่ใช้ใน mobile app development มีอะไรบ้าง การเทสในแต่ละ tech stack แตกต่างกันขนาดไหน Mobile app ที่มีการเรียก API ขั้นตอนในการทำ integration test ทำอย่างไร มีวิธีตรวจสอบความปลอดภัยของ application ไหม มีอะไรที่ต้องทำเพื่อวัดประสิทธิภาพของ app บ้าง อะไรที่เป็น pain ของการพัฒนาบ้าง Trend ของ mobile app development ในอนาคตจะเป็นอย่างไร . #missiontothemoonpodcast #TechMondayPodcast . . ติดตาม Mission To The Moon Media ได้ที่ . Website: https://bit.ly/3oHFe99 Facebook: https://bit.ly/32Oe4nW Twitter: https://bit.ly/2TyBOH6 Blockdit: https://bit.ly/3jI0pEk YouTube: https://bit.ly/2TyTXVg TikTok: https://bit.ly/35Gq8aX SoundCloud: https://bit.ly/3e4Tzax Podbean: https://bit.ly/3oCqU1g Spotify: https://spoti.fi/37MNajh Apple Podcast: https://apple.co/3oK1JKy Instragram: https://bit.ly/2OMR30a Clubhouse: @mttmclub
"Part of my philosophy is that the team should not need me." The 3rd episode of Engineering Managers Series is about staying curious, fostering the team spirit, being in the middle of a sandwich, and why management shouldn't be mistaken for parenting... “The role of Engineering Manager is in a sandwich. You have many inputs from different places. There are different things that are happening at the same time. It's all the time like that.” Miguel Angel Gomez, an Engineering Manager at Bumble gives a great and very honest overview of what it means to be an Engineering Manager both in his day to day job and in the industry. How the role differs from a Team Lead or a Tech Lead, etc. He also shares how important it is to create a team spirit and the sense of belonging in a team, as opposed to just having people working in a group. "The best thing that you can do as an engineer or a developer that wants to follow this path is asking people why we're doing this and being curious." Listen to the full episode and discover more inside information! Stay curious! New episodes come out every Tuesday!
In this edition of the Business Showcase we catch up with the Marsbase team to learn more about their innovative product. Describe the company – the elevator pitch . Marsbase is the first decentralized secondary market, a defi OTC desk. We've built this as an infrastructure project, we believe that we've created a new alternative source of liquidity by concentrating liquidity of large orders in one place and becoming thE platform for OTC in crypto. Our platform works through bid auction deals and discount model orders – this type of functionality perfectly covers our niche. Additionally, we are moving towards becoming the first compliant marketplace of unvested tokens and equity. Marsbase the first decentralised secondary market How are you different? We are the first DeFi secondary market for OTC deals and vested assets. Why will you do well? We have created an all-in-one tool for structuring the fragmented OTC market. Where are you based? Our team is based worldwide, the CEO of the project lives in America, part of the team is located in Europe and some people are working from Asia. When was the company launched? We have started to work on the project one year ago What have been your biggest wins to date? On 6th of June, we launched a Beta version of our platform on BSC. Who are you trying to attract to your product? B2B (funds, launchpads, projects) and B2C (holders, bloggers, founders, whales, HNWI). There is one huge group – usual crypto users. This group is not involved in the OTC market at all and can't provide its liquidity to the current OTC market. strong>What tips would you give to others looking to build their business? Always believe in what you are building despite all obstacles. It is also essential to have a detailed business strategy but don't stick to it as the market is changing and chaotic and you must be adaptive and flexible in the journey. I decided to take a little walk around New York with @OlgaDvoretskaia And we'll see you very soon @NFT_NYC #NFTNYC #NFTNYC22 #NFTCommunity #NFTCommunity ADAM-X NFT by dOTC Marsbase (@NFTmarsbase) June 21, 2022 Tell us about your team? Nick Cote (CEO) – Nick has been entrenched in the crypto space since 2012, joining the 1Broker / 1Fox team in 2013 and grew the CFD / to over 100,000 users. In 2015, he started and currently manages a primarily institutional focused OTC network for digital assets. Denis Isaulov (COO) – Successfully brought to the market 3 different products for trading: Since 2016, have been actively working with new blockchain and cryptocurrencies. Dmitry Radkovsky (CTO) – 15 years of experience in IT. Worked at top-IT companies — Rambler&Co on Tech Lead positions. Previously CTO of Small Band Games, Kliro Interactive, Zebrain. 5 years as CTO of blockchain development of different DeFi protocols. What are your plans for the future? To find our place in this niche and make an important contribution to the chaotic OTC market. What are your favourite tech gadgets? Laptop as we are using it for creating our product. What tech gadgets do you wish you could use to help you? There are never enough laptops! Anything else you'd like to add/we should have asked? We would be happy to tell you more about how our project was created, what is the story behind it. How do people get in touch with you? You can keep in touch with us either via Telegram – @otcwhaler @Olysha8 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org ? I want to join the #MarsbaseOTCArmy ?@marsbaseio — A unique marketplace with best prices on altcoins. Trade any volume without losing money on slippage or price impact. ?Complete tasks? Get prizes ?? Join the Marsbase OTC Army ?? MARSBASE OTC (@MARSBASEio) April 4, 2022 Marsbase Mission A unique marketplace with best prices on any altcoin. Trade any volume without losing money on slippage or price impact Decentralized OTC deals Available for whales & retail investors Best coin offers with discount prices Full ERC-20 coin range Marsbase is a decentralized OTC...
Com muita alegria estreamos a terceira temporada do Google Cloud Cast! E começamos bem acompanhados! No primeiro episódio, nossos hosts Marcelo Gomes e Daniel Leite, executivos de vendas do Google Cloud, recebem Jonathas Mendes, Head of Data, e Lawrence Fernandes, Data Architect and Tech Lead, ambos da Dotz, que vão falar sobre como a empresa migrou 4TB de dados para o Google Cloud e conseguiu, com isso, uma economia de R$ 800 mil por ano. Descubra mais sobre como foi essa migração, entenda o funcionamento da plataforma 100% operada pelo Google Cloud e conheça ferramentas utilizadas para fazer a análise dos dados e muito mais! O Google Cloud Cast é o podcast oficial do Google Cloud no Brasil, no qual discutimos quinzenalmente temas como transformação digital, inovação e a jornada para a nuvem com a participação de executivos, especialistas e convidados especiais. Confira os links deste episódio: Dotz: https://www.dotz.com.br/ Curiosidades sobre a síndrome da vibração fantasma: http://glo.bo/372LgNr Curiosidades sobre o Google: https://bit.ly/3LTQkCK Gostou do episódio ou tem alguma sugestão? Compartilha conosco por e-mail em email@example.com!
タイミーCTOのkameike さんをゲストに、PMFしているスタートアップがスケールする上での組織課題と解法、プロダクトHR、エンジニアの目標・評価設計、コミュニケーション設計などについて語っていただいたエピソードです。 話したネタ タイミーのプロダクトとは スタートアップがスケールするにあたっての組織課題とは？ プロダクトの優先順位を決める上で意識していることは？ プロダクトバックログの優先順位の判断はどのようにしている？ CTOとしてのビジョン、未来の組織とは？ 専門性を分化させて、プロセスを高速化させる 採用は答え合わせ Engineering Manager の責務と Tech Lead の責務 Google re:Work プロダクトHRとは何をしている？ セールスの採用とエンジニアの採用との違いは？ タイミーにおけるエンジニアの目標設計・評価とは？ キャリアラダーの上げ下げは、誰が・どのように判断している？ チームトポロジーを成功させる実践方法の探求 - Team Topologies Study タイミーにおける採用戦略とは？ 採用で必要な人数はどのように決定している？ タイミーにおけるコミュニケーション設計とは？ コミュニケーションで上手くいかなかったこと・上手くいったこと 伝わらないと透明性は出ない 組織としてドキュメントを書く力をどのようにつけていくか？ タイミーエンジニア公式Twitter kameikeさんのTwitter fukabori用のmeety エントランスブック エピソード提供スポンサー 株式会社タイミー
As always, remove any & all information from eBay. It will be the first one to go. I'm cracking it open. Tech Lead, show us the way! https://youtu.be/Ut2FU_uDgUU --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bling-viera/message
Este episódio é uma estudo de caso do Banco PAN. Vamos entender qual problema eles tinham, como atacaram, conhecer a fundo o histórico do que acontecia e atualmente, como todas as requisições passam depois que encontraram a solução. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que quer saber se ainda usam Objetive-CBruno Giannella, Gerente executivo de arquitetura e qualidade no Banco PANAnderson Dantas, Coordenador de Cloud Banco PANKelly Cristina, Especialista em Engenharia de Software Banco PANRoberta Arcoverde - Co-host Diretora de Engenharia Stack OverflowMaurício Linhares - Co-host e Tech Lead na Digital Ocean Gostou desse episódio? Deixe aqui seu comentário. Links: Ouça o Podcast Dev Sem Fronteiras Saiba mais sobre a Alura: Conheça o AluraversoInscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
Angel-scale biotech: Learn More While at Harvard Medical School, Senan Ebrahim was deeply affected by witnessing a still birth. Convinced better data could have avoided the tragedy, he founded Delfina Care with Priyanka Vaidya from EMOTIV, the EEG platform, and his brother Ali Ebrahim, PhD, a former Tech Lead at Google. Senan and Priyanka joined me for a great chat about the exciting things happening in digital health. Highlights: Sal Daher Introduces Senan Ebrahim and Priyanka Vaidya of Delfina Senan Ebrahim Was Interviewed in a Prior Episode Titled “Hikma Health” Obstetricians Are Flooded with Data from Pregnant Patients Leading to Poor Outcomes Priyanka Vaidya's Experience with Gestational Diabetes Highlighted the Need to Coordinate Care “...I realized discontinuity of care is a major problem.” “Delfina wants to be that one place that integrates all of these discrete sources of data so that the mom stays in the center of the care...” Integrating Health Data Shows Up in Interviews with Jeremy Wiygul, MD of Pela Health and Ryan Hess of Connective Health “...how are we going to take better care of the four million pregnant moms in 2023 than we did in 2022?” Senan Reached Out to Priyanka for Product Savvy and to His Brother Ali for Experience Building Sophisticated Data Models The Patient Journey at Delfina “This data is being enriched as the patient travels along the journey.” Machine Learning Is Just Starting to Do Useful Things in Medicine Like Identifying a Stroke Quickly or Predicting Preeclampsia Incentives Are Aligned in Pregnancy Care; Nobody Wants Babies to End Up in Intensive Care What Delfina Means by “Closing the Loop” in Patient Care Delfina's Platform Is Actually Live at a Practice in California Commercialization Will Focus Initially on Under-Served Populations How the Name “Delfina” Came About The Founding Story of Delfina Care Topics: biotech, product, robotics / AI
Zach Wilson is a tech lead at Airbnb and a content creator on LinkedIn with over 150k followers. He is passionate about data engineering and mental health. He also has an awesome YouTube channel, Data with Zach, where he teaches people about data and data engineering. In this episode, Zach explains what it means to be a tech lead, a position that I was personally confused about, how he was able to reach leadership in such a short period of time, and why he finds jumping between engineering and data roles has led to his own personal growth. Zach brings awesome energy to our conversations, and I'm happy we get to share this talk with you all!
Welcome back! This week Jess Brohard and HeyShadyLady are joined by Astrophysicist and Tech Lead for Splash Damage Studios Dr. Kay Ross. The conversation ranges from building the Milky Way in Elite Dangerous to combating sexism across multiple industries. Excellent deep dive all around on this week's Boss LVL!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Dave chats with Sebastian Korfmann, Tech Lead for CDK for Terraform at Hashicorp. Sebastian gives an overview of what CDK for Terraform (CDKTF) is, how developers can get started, what unit testing looks like, success stories of customers using CDKTF today, and the CDKTF team's future plans. Sebastian on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skorfmann Dave on Twitter: https://twitter.com/thedavedev CDK for Terraform project on git: https://github.com/hashicorp/terraform-cdk CDK Weekly Newsletter: https://www.cdkweekly.com/ Introduction to CDK for Terraform: https://learn.hashicorp.com/tutorials/terraform/cdktf Build AWS Infrastructure with CDK for Terraform: https://learn.hashicorp.com/tutorials/terraform/cdktf-build CDK for Terraform in Production: Learning from Pocket: https://www.hashicorp.com/blog/cdk-for-terraform-in-production-learning-from-pocket CDK for Terraform with Python and its Operational Experience at ShopStyle: https://www.hashicorp.com/resources/cdk-for-terraform-with-python-and-its-operational-experience-at-shopstyle Subscribe: Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/f8bf7630-2521-4b40-be90-c46a9222c159/aws-developers-podcast Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/aws-developers-podcast/id1574162669 Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjk5NDM2MzU0OS9zb3VuZHMucnNz Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7rQjgnBvuyr18K03tnEHBI TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Technology-Podcasts/AWS-Developers-Podcast-p1461814/ RSS Feed: https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:994363549/sounds.rss
Georgia Tech leads the world in the number of startups launched, behind only Standard and MIT. Part of the magic is Create-X, a unique university accelerator that teaches students to build real businesses. Meet the man behind Create-X since 2019, Rahul Saxena, a GT grad himself with a robotics and genetics engineering background who's also worked as a VC, got an MBA from Emory, and experienced a turn-around as an operator. You'll hear how Georgia Tech sees "evidence based entrepreneurship." What Saxena says is, "You can actually teach entrepreneurship. It's a process." Don't miss this engaging interview with Valor investor William Leonard and learn all the tips Rahul has for starting great tech firms and the process of becoming a founder.
What's it like to be a tech lead? What about playing the role for the first time? In this solo episode and the last episode of Season 2, Marisa Hoenig talks about her 5-month experience as a tech lead, from the initial discussion that led to taking on the role to her decision to move back to a developer position. Based out of Denver, Marisa is the host of Blossoming Technologist and a software developer consultant at Thoughtworks. This episode covers the feelings of imposter syndrome taking on the tech lead at a young age, the 7 biggest lessons learned from being a first-time tech lead, and advice for others taking on the role. Thanks for listening, and we'll see you soon in Season 3! Mentioned in This Episode: Medium article: bit.ly/3wlDPLn MURAL: mural.co ADR Templates: adr.github.io Bus Factor: wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_factor Connect with Marisa: Twitter: @marisahoenig LinkedIn: /marisahoenig Instagram: @marisahoenig Follow Blossoming Technologist: Instagram: @blossoming_tech Twitter: @blossoming_tech LinkedIn: /blossoming-technologist
Today on the show, we welcome special guest, Kelly Wu. Kelly is a software consultant and as a consultant has worked with many different tech leads and teams throughout her career. Most engineering teams will have a tech lead and have experience either working with a tech lead or actually being one.
As the cybersecurity and privacy field continues to grow in the health care space, so does the need to better protect patient data. For IT leaders at Penn Medicine, this means tackling deep-rooted challenges in recruiting to remove bias and also implementing careful strategies for safeguarding against ransomware threats of this sensitive data. Penn Medicine Senior Application Manager of Clinical Research Information Security Jessica Chen from HIMSS along with Director of Information Security Seth Fogie, joining virtually, break down this issue and discuss how others can learn from it.
We just cant get enough of Wix.com! Following on from episode 21 where we discussed all things open source with Hila Fish, Senior DevOps Engineer, this session we take a closer look at infrastructure with Matan Cohen - Software Group Manager, Tech Lead at Wix.com and why there's a need for an 'infragod' to handle infrastructure complexities.
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: Love the podcast, love the banter and jokes, keep up the great work! Now, for my predicament: Good news: I just got my first job at a FAANG! Bad news: I'm coming in at the lowest level of software engineering despite being in my mid-30's and nearly 10 years of non-FAANG experience. Given that it is my first Big Tech™ company, I understand being down-leveled, but I did not expect to be downleveled THIS much. I'm glad to have finally “hit the big leagues”, but I'm not thrilled that I'm on equal footing with a fresh college graduate. Hurt feelings aside, what is the best Soft Skills advice on how to catch up to the mid-30's engineers who joined a FAANG fresh out of college? My plan is to tell my aspirations to my manager once I start and see how they can help me perform as well as possible in order to promote quickly, but I can see how that might come off as greedy or entitled. What do you think? Should I do anything about a lazy tech lead? Since covid and working from home, my tech lead went from a frantic micromanager to a lazy coaster. They seem to do 1-2 hours of work per day. They set their slack status to ‘away' so you can't tell if they are at their desk or not. They've stopped coding completely, but we have an excellent PM so there isn't much else for them to do. Sometimes during stand-up you can clearly hear them driving their car. Even asking them for help/advice on slack can mean several hours waiting for a response. Management hasn't noticed because we are a large team who all work really hard, so the feature output is still high. My dilemma: do I count myself lucky that they are no longer micromanaging and keep my mouth shut? Better the devil you know etc. Or, do I gather some evidence and tell their boss? I could be learning so much more from an engaged tech lead, and the team might feel less toxic. Final doozy: due to some incredible stock market gains I have some heavy golden handcuffs so #1 priority is keeping my own job and not creating an enemy that gets me fired.
פרק בשיתוף עם יוטפו.אנחנו מבינים היטב מהי חוויית משתמש ויודעים שמוצר תוכנה מוצלח, תלוי בחוויה הזאת. אבל בשנים האחרונות פורח השימוש במושג חדש - חוויית מפתחים. Developer Experience. הדגש הוא כבר לא רק על המשתמש או המשתמשת החיצונית של המוצר, אלא על מי שבונה אותו. איך הוא או היא מרגישים ביחס לתהליך העבודה על המוצר? כמה העבודה עצמה ברורה, קלה ויעילה? ואיך בכלל מודדים את הדבר הזה?רון ברבש, Tech Lead ביוטפו (סטארטאפ המסייע לאתרי אי-קומרס לשווק את המוצרים שלהם, באמצעות תוכן של גולשים וצרכנים) מספר בפרק מהי חוויית מפתחים, ולמה היא כל-כך חשובה לארגון, במיוחד כאשר הוא גדל. נשמע מה הופך מפתחים למאושרים יותר, איך מורידים מהם את העומס הקוגניטיבי ומהי הגיאומטריה המתאימה ביותר לצוות פיתוח.האזנה נעימה.
Você já ouviu falar em jornada de dados? No episódio de hoje do Hipsters Ponto Tech vamos falar sobre como podemos trabalhar em uma empresa com dados usando as ferramentas que estão na moda, pra que os dados sejam democratizados e várias equipes, independente do quão cientista de dados os integrantes sejam, também possam trabalhar e tirar proveito dessa cultura. Aproveite e se inscreva na ImersãoDev! Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que fica muito contente com as histórias de imersãoDavid Neves, Tech Lead da Escola de Data Science da AluraDébora Chagas, Arquiteta de Dados na GloboLeonardo Blunk, Especialista em Estratégia de dados e Inovação na GloboBianca Firmino, Gestora de Projetos de Data & Analytics na GloboLetícia Pires, Cientista de Dados na Sauter Digital e Alura Star Gostou desse episódio? Deixe aqui seu comentário. Links: Conheça a Formação Power BI da AluraConheça a Formação Tableau da AluraConheça todos os cursos de Data Science da AluraOuça o episódio do Hipsters Ponto Tech "Datamesh com a Thoughtworks"Assista aos episódios do Alura Cases Inscreva-se na ImersãoDev e compartilhe com as amigas e amigos!Conheça os Alura Stars Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
No episódio de hoje do Hipsters PontoTech vamos falar de um assunto sério que assombra o nosso mercado. A gente vai falar da escassez do profissional de tecnologia, não só de dev, mas de UX, de produto, de cibersegurança, especificamente no mercado brasileiro. E vamos falar também de uma manifesto que a gente assinou e ajudou a criar, e que lançamos recentemente: o Manifesto Tech para o mercado brasileiro. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que quer mostrar os cases de implementação do ManifestoSérgio Lopes, co-fundador e CTO da AluraRoberta Arcoverde, co-host e Diretora de Tecnologia no Stack OverflowMaurício Linhares, co-host e Tech Lead na Digital Ocean Gostou desse episódio? Deixe aqui seu comentário. Links: Conheça o Manifesto TechConheça o Aluraverso e seus habitantes Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
Provided as a free resource by DataStax https://www.datastax.com/products/datastax-astra?utm_source=DataMeshRadio (AstraDB) In this episode, Scott interviews Andrew Jones, Tech Lead of the Data Infrastructure Team at GoCardless. Andrew shares the story of how operational system changes kept breaking downstream data consumption (sound familiar?), especially using CDC. The software engineers couldn't easily use the CDC tooling and the data engineers could easily use the data from it either as CDC didn't structure the data for easy consumption. Andrew wasn't really sure how other people were handling taking the API contract concept and leveraging it for data but started building out some generic simple tooling to let consumers and producers feel somewhat comfortable with their data contracts. A big revelation was in helping data consumers make better asks for data. The data consumers weren't used to asking the producers for data, especially in a reliable and scalable way (sound familiar?). GoCardless now has an actual standard form for data consumers to use to request data and that is working quite well. GoCardless plans to completely remove their CDC architecture by 3Q of this year to replace with data contracts. They are focusing on providing tooling to give domains the autonomy to serve data to consumers in their own way. While it isn't data mesh, especially with the lack of interoperability between data products and lack of source/producer-aligned data products, it seems to be working for GoCardless thus far. Andrew's Medium post called Improving Data Quality with Data Contracts: https://medium.com/gocardless-tech/improving-data-quality-with-data-contracts-238041e35698 (https://medium.com/gocardless-tech/improving-data-quality-with-data-contracts-238041e35698) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewrhysjones/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewrhysjones/) Twitter: @andrewrjones / https://twitter.com/andrewrjones (https://twitter.com/andrewrjones) Data Mesh Radio is hosted by Scott Hirleman. If you want to connect with Scott, reach out to him at community at datameshlearning.com or on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scotthirleman/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/scotthirleman/) If you want to learn more and/or join the Data Mesh Learning Community, see here: https://datameshlearning.com/community/ (https://datameshlearning.com/community/) If you want to be a guest or give feedback (suggestions for topics, comments, etc.), please see https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WkXLhSH7mnbjfTChD0uuYeIF5Tj0UBLUP4Jvl20Ym10/edit?usp=sharing (here) All music used this episode created by Lesfm (intro includes slight edits by Scott Hirleman): https://pixabay.com/users/lesfm-22579021/ (https://pixabay.com/users/lesfm-22579021/) Data Mesh Radio is brought to you as a community resource by DataStax. Check out their high-scale, multi-region database offering (w/ lots of great APIs) and use code DAAP500 for a free $500 credit (apply under "add payment"): https://www.datastax.com/products/datastax-astra?utm_source=DataMeshRadio (AstraDB)
In this episode, Ryan and Bhavin interview Xing Yang, Tech Lead at VMware and a co-chair of the CNCF Storage TAG, a co-chair of the Kubernetes Storage SIG, a co-chair of the Data Protection WG in Kubernetes, and a maintainer in Kubernetes CSI. The discussion dives into how Kubernetes SIGs and WGs collaborate, and how people can get started. We also talk about storage features and enhancements introduced in Kubernetes version 1.23 and features and enhancements planned for the Kubernetes 1.24 release. Show links: Xing Yang: https://twitter.com/2000Xyang Storage SIG: https://github.com/kubernetes/community/tree/master/sig-storage Data Protection Working Group: https://github.com/kubernetes/community/tree/master/wg-data-protection Kubernetes Storage SIG Planning Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1t4z5DYKjX2ZDlkTpCnp18icRAQqOE85C1T1r2gqJVck/edit?usp=sharing Amazon GuardDuty support for Amazon EKS clusters - https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2022/01/amazon-guardduty-elastic-kubernetes-service-clusters/ Diamanti Buys Groudwork and its Kubernetes monitoring capability - https://blocksandfiles.com/2022/01/31/diamanti-buys-groundwork-and-its-k8s-monitoring-capability/ Weaveworks buys Magalix to secure GitOps workflows - https://www.magalix.com/blog/magalix-weaveworks-forging-the-path-of-secure-gitops-workflows MinIO raises series-B funding to become a unicorn - https://www.zdnet.com/article/minio-the-de-facto-open-source-standard-for-multi-cloud-storage-becomes-a-unicorn-after-a-103-million-series-b-round-funding/
Você se lembra de como chegou pela primeira vez aqui no Hipsters Ponto Tech? No episódio de hoje vamos falar sobre SEO, como isso funciona em audio e vídeo e como essas técnicas estão integradas e aplicadas. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que gostava de ficar testando ferramentas de SEORuan Barbosa, Especialista em SEO na EctoAna Mascarenhas, Tech Lead da escola de Marketing da AluraAlexandre Polselli, Analista de SEO no ContabilizeiFelipe de Andrade, Especialista de SEO na Globo Gostou desse episódio? Deixe aqui seu comentário. Links: Conheça o curso de Fundamentos de SEO da AluraLeia aqui o artigo "Noções básicas de SEO"Leia aqui o artigo "SEO: Ferramentas gratuitas para seu site rankear melhor" Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
Você já ouviu falar sobre o ecossistema Flutter? No episódio de hoje do Hipsters Ponto Tech vamos falar sobre essa tecnologia que tem ganhado muitos adeptos e entender melhor onde o Flutter está, pra onde ele vai, quais as técnicas e ferramentas mais utilizadas e o que a gente pode esperar dele. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que quer ver as tretas desse episódioCaio Couto, instrutor de Flutter na AluraAmaryllis Baldrez, desenvolvedora iOS no Mercado LivreAlex Felipe, Tech Lead da escola de Mobile e instrutor na AluraGuilherme Silveira, líder de inovação da Alura Gostou desse episódio? Deixe aqui seu comentário. Links: Ouça aqui o episódio "Flutter" do Hipsters Ponto Tech com o time do NubankArtigo "Flutter: O Mercado para Dev. Jr. em 2021" Conheça a Formação Flutter da Alura Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
No primeiro episódio do ano do Hipsters Ponto Tech vamos falar do futuro. Vamos conhecer as principais tendências de Front-end para 2022 e discutir sobre o que deve vir por aí, quem deve ganhar e quem deve perder força e sobre as complicações e facilidades desse mundo web. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que está empolgado com mais uma imersãoFelipe Fialho, Tech Lead na Juntos Somos MaisCarolina Santos, Líder de Desenvolvimento Front-End na AluraMario Souto, Senior Front End Engineer no Nubank Links: Inscreva-se na Imersão React Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
Você conhece o Log4j ou já ouvir falar sobre ele ultimamente? No episódio de hoje do Hipsters Ponto Tech vamos falar da vulnerabilidade do log4j, que foi inclusive capa da CNN. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que apoia o open sourceCarlos Eduardo Muller, Tech Lead na AluraAndré Breves, Cloud Apps Specialist Links: Inscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.brCaelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia
This week Anna (https://twitter.com/AnnaRRose) and Tarun (https://twitter.com/tarunchitra) chat with Vasiliy Shapovalov (https://twitter.com/_vshapovalov) from Lido ([Lido](https://lido.fi/)) and Felix Lutsch (https://twitter.com/FelixLts) of Chorus One (https://www.chorus.one/) about liquid staking on the ETH2 Proof of Stake consensus chain. Vasiliy explains Ethereum's unique PoS validator setup and how liquid staking behaves on this network. They also talk about how liquid staking behaves on other live PoS, the inevitability of liquid staking and how to best design these systems. Lastly, they chat about navigating control and decision making in liquid staking protocols, touching on topics of decentralisation and governance. Here are some links for the episode: * Episode 140: Staking derivatives & DeFi with Alex Evans (and Tarun!) (https://zeroknowledge.fm/140-2/) * Blog post: How Lido Works (https://blog.lido.fi/how-lido-works/) * Blog post: The Road to Trustless Ethereum Staking (https://blog.lido.fi/the-road-to-trustless-ethereum-staking/) * EthCC 4 - Vasiliy Shapovalov : Liquid staking in Ethereum security (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q77PIyTUkic) * A Note on Borrowing Constant Function Market Maker Shares (https://web.stanford.edu/~guillean/papers/cfmm-lending.pdf) * Liquid Staking Research Report: Implications of Proof-of-Stake Assets in Decentralized Finance (https://mirror.chorus.one/liquid-staking-report.pdf) * OlympusDAO (https://docs.olympusdao.finance/main/) ZK Focused matching round with Gitcoin! (https://medium.com/zero-knowledge-validator/funding-zero-knowledge-tech-with-gitcoin-51b861f4e089) If you're working on an open source ZK-focused tech or tools, including learning material or documentation then check out the next Gitcoin Matching beginning December 1st. This will be a ZK-focused side round, funded by the ZK Validator and some great teams in the ZK ecosystem. Read more about how to submit your project here: https://medium.com/zero-knowledge-validator/funding-zero-knowledge-tech-with-gitcoin-51b861f4e089 Today's episode is sponsored by Least Authority (https://leastauthority.com/?mtm_campaign=ZKPod-Dec8). Least Authority is committed to building and supporting the development of technology to preserve your privacy and keep your data secure. They do this by reviewing third-party software for security vulnerabilities and by building their own secure software, with a specific focus on increasing the security of the data and systems. They have several job opportunities, including a Tech Lead to help design and build a service offering the use of Zero Knowledge Access Passes (ZKAPs), a cryptographic authorization protocol, to other organizations. Visit LeastAuthority.com to see more details about the job listing, read their findings on projects such as Tezos and Mina, and to learn about their work on Zero Knowledge Proofs and zk-SNARKS. If you like what we do: Follow us on Twitter - @zeroknowledgefm (https://twitter.com/zeroknowledgefm) Join us on Telegram (https://t.me/joinchat/TORo7aknkYNLHmCM) Catch us on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYWsYz5cKw4wZ9Mpe4kuM_g) Read up on the r/ZKPodcast subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/zkpodcast) Give us feedback! -https://forms.gle/iKMSrVtcAn6BByH6A Support our Gitcoin Grant (https://gitcoin.co/grants/329/zero-knowledge-podcast-2) Support us on the ZKPatreon (https://www.patreon.com/zeroknowledge) Donate through coinbase.commerce (https://commerce.coinbase.com/checkout/f1e56274-c92b-4a99-802f-50727d651b38)
Large-Cap Tech Leads while Small Caps Lag in the Stock Market This Week, U.S. Retail Sales Jump by Largest Amount Since March, U.S. House Passes President Biden's $1.75T Social Spending Bill as it Now Goes to the Senate, President Biden Sign $1T Infrastructure Bill Into Law, Largest Number of S&P 500 Companies Citing Inflation on Q3 Earnings Calls in Over 10-Years, Nvidia Reports Q3 Earnings, Alibaba Reports Q3 Earnings, Applied Materials Reports Q4 Earnings, Home Depot Reports Q3 Earnings, and Employees say Activision's CEO Bobby Kotick Should Step Down
Você já deve ter ouvido falar em monolitos, mas você sabe o que fazer com eles? No episódio de hoje do Hipsters Ponto Tech vamos conversar sobre monolitos, descobrir se são bons, se dá pra começar com isso, se dá pra manter e até onde se mantém. Participantes: Paulo Silveira, o host que ficou animado com o temaDayanne Cunha, Solutions Developer na bxblueFabricio Buzeto, CTO na bxblueMauricio Linhares, Tech Lead na DigitalOceanRoberta Arcoverde, Tech Lead na StackOverflow Links: Livro "Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture" de Martin FowlerLivro "Enterprise Integration Patterns" de Gregor Hohpe e Bobby WoolfLivro "Practical Object-Oriented Design" de Sandi MetzBlog Shopify Conheça o Alura CasesInscreva-se no YouTube da AluraInscreva-se na newsletter Imersão, Aprendizagem e Tecnologia Produção e conteúdo: Alura Cursos de Tecnologia - https://www.alura.com.br === Caelum Escola de Tecnologia - https://www.caelum.com.br/ Edição e sonorização: Radiofobia Podcast e Multimídia