Episode 200 – Bi-Centennial Podcast

For our 200th episode, we’re taking a stroll down memory lane, looking back on how the podcast evolved over time. We discuss the content related changes we made over the years, and also talk about some of the technical choices we made.

And not to spoil anything, there is definitely something strange happening in this one…. 😉

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Episode 199 – Azure Data Engineering with Richard Nuckolls

This episode, we go deep into everything data related in the public cloud, specifically the Microsoft Azure cloud. Fortunately we don’t have to do this on our own since we’re joined by Richard Nuckolls, author of the book “Azure Data Engineering“, published by Manning publications under their MEAP program.

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Episode 198 – Roaring News

This week we tackle some “software is used by the military” controversy, we have a light discussion on Quantum Computing and marvel in the apparent absence of common sense when it comes to putting information on public services.

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Episode 197 – Exploring Redis with Kyle Davis Part 2

We’re joined by Kyle Davis, head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs to discuss the ins and outs of Redis. It’s the the in-memory data store that everybody probably uses, whether you know it or not and Kyle does a great job on discussing the pros and cons of deploying Redis in the many use cases it can add tremendous value. This is the final part of our interview with Kyle.

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Episode 196 – Roaring News

Today we discuss the needs of keeping your software up to date and how A.I. was able to recreate the game of Pac-Man. We finish off with the a look at the new enterprise GPU announcement from NVidia.

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