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Laid back talk about software design-patterns, software architecture, programming languages, and tech news. I’m a full stack software engineer with experience in embedded software, mobile app development, web, and backend services. Subscribe and invite your computer programming friends to listen along.
 
When a business manager invests in new or modified software, he or she expects business results from that investment. Sadly, more often than not, they don't get that. They may get a technically brilliant system, but if that system's architecture isn't based on the architecture of the business, or on business goals and strategy – then it's still a failure. In this mini-course you'll learn how to establish a software architecture that is closely aligned to the business and to business goals. S ...
 
Ever been on a software team and noticed how stressful and complex it gets? Does it feel like keeping up with the demands of your tech job makes it really hard to have a life outside of work? Hi I'm Jayme, and I've been struggling for over 20 years to keep a healthy work/life balance on software development teams. With so many problems in our industry, the more money I made the more ridiculous people's expectations were. So I’m sharing what I’ve learned to keep you from getting burned out or ...
 
Learn how to get the best performance and scale your PostgreSQL database with our weekly shows. Receive the best content curated from around the web. We have a special focus on content for developers since your architecture and usage is the key to getting the most performance out of PostgreSQL.
 
“At Scale” looks to bring you interesting discussions of engineering topics with people who have real life experience using and implementing software solutions around popular products and architectures in the technology industry. The show is being brought to you by Clarity Business Solutions, a small business focused on systems and software engineering, based out of the MD/DC area.
 
Data center and Telco managers are approaching a crisis point in a number of dimensions: storage demands are expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020; with the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices communicating over networks will rise exponentially to 50 billion by 2020; today, business users want fast, economical IT services delivered in hours, not days or weeks. These challenges are driving a fundamental shift in data center and Telco architecture and operations from hardware-bound s ...
 
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There is much discussion about boosting application release cadences, but the fact is that most organizations have not figured out how to deploy applications more quickly. According to data from analyst firm Gartner, 90% of DevOps initiatives will fail to fully meet expectations through 2023. In this breakfast episode of The New Stack Makers podcas…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss using entity-attribute-value designs, new JSON subscripting capabilities, the mysql-fdw support for aggregate pushdowns and new regex functions in PG 15. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.cybertec-postgresql.com/en/entity-…
 
The number of Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projects has exploded since Kubernetes came onboard, setting the stage for hundreds of tools and platforms that have achieved the various CNCF project maturity milestones of Sandbox, Incubated or Graduated. With the profound influence the adoption of the projects have had on cloud native notwit…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss if foreign keys should have indexes, how to run graph queries, how to configure Linux huge pages and the benefits as well as text size similarities. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.percona.com/blog/should-i-create-an-ind…
 
Cloud native is really only as good as the support and input the community provides. It is in this spirit that the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) continues to invest heavily in the community to support new and existing projects, including Kubernetes, Prometheus and Envoy that are among the cornerstones of cloud native today. During this l…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss new releases of Postgres due to a man-in-the-middle vulnerability, the high availability solution pg_auto_failover, lesser known Postgres features and LZ4 compression. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.postgresql.org/about…
 
I had a great time discussing Domain Driven Design and Architecture in Agile. We found a huge amount of commonality with solution principles and business value while diving deeper on bounding contexts, capabilities and strategy. Nick is an amazing writer, speaker and author and writes regularly on medium at https://medium.com/nick-tune-tech-strateg…
 
Kubernetes played a key role in maintaining Pokemon Go, Niantic’s wildly popular augmented-reality development. Kubernetes, and the efficiencies it offers DevOps teams, continue to play a role at Niantic, as the company builds on the game’s architecture to third-party developers. In this latest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Ria Bhatia, s…
 
Google’s open source program certainly has come a long way since 2003. That was when the search engine giant could still arguably be called a startup, Android had not yet been acquired and open source projects Kubernetes, Go and Chromium were years away in the making. It was also then that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin asked their f…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss the open sourcing of Babelfish, deconstructing the Postgres planner, when to avoid exist & not exist and having fun with SQL. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://babelfishpg.org/blog/releases/2021/10/babelfish-launch/ https://aw…
 
The number of open source components inside services and applications continues to increase exponentially, and this adoption is creating a lot of change in how software is created, deployed and managed. in 2016, applications on average had 86 open source software components. Today, the average number of components is 528, according to “The 2021 Ope…
 
In March, Daniel Prizmant, senior security researcher for Palo Alto Networks, uncovered the malware targeting Windows containers, calling the exploit “Siloscape.” In a blog post, he wrote the emergence of such an attack was not “not surprising given the massive surge in cloud adoption over the past few years.” In this edition of The New Stack Maker…
 
Since its creation almost six years ago and 120 projects later, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has played a key role in the ongoing adoption of Kubernetes and associated tools and platforms for organizations making the shift to cloud native environments. In this The New Stack Makers podcast, Chris Aniszczyk, CTO, CNCF, discusses with …
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss the downsides of indexes, TCP keep alive options, developing with Postgres as your DB and learning PL/pgSQL. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://postgres.ai/blog/20211029-how-partial-and-covering-indexes-affect-update-performanc…
 
How Kubernetes environments might be able to offer hooks for storage, databases and other sources of persistent data still is a question in the minds of many potential users. To that end, a new consortium called the Data on Kubernetes Community (DoKC) was formed to help organizations find the best ways of working with stateful data on Kubernetes. I…
 
Five former Googlers recently started Chainguard, a newly minted supply chain security company focusing on Zero Trust principles. Their mission is to help support DevOps teams with their monumental struggles of securing application code across the development, deployment and management cycle. “Supply chain security by default is our mission and mak…
 
Security-as-code is the practice of “building security into DevOps tools and workflows by mapping out how changes to code and infrastructure are made and finding places to add security checks, tests, and gates without introducing unnecessary costs or delays,” according to tech publisher O’Reilly. In this latest “pancakes and podcast” special episod…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss automatic indexing, function pipelines, with hold cursors and the different query scans. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.depesz.com/2021/10/22/why-is-it-hard-to-automatically-suggest-what-index-to-create/ https://blog.ti…
 
In this version of the Argument we get into Agility, agile delivery, and agile architecture at scale. Scott Ambler is the co-founder of Disciplined Agile (DA), which was acquired by Project Management Institute (PMI) in August 2019. The DA tool kit is the world’s only comprehensive agile body of knowledge (BOK) that provides straightforward and pra…
 
It takes more than just years of experience to become a senior software engineer — among the prerequisites are having a good marketing sense, interviewing skills and other personal qualities required to become one. In this The New Stack Makers podcast, guests Swizec Teller, a senior software engineer, Tia — a healthcare company— and author, and Sha…
 
Software deployments increasingly involve highly distributed and decentralized application development processes for deployments across any combination of data centers, public cloud and to the edge. All the while, reliability, security or performance cannot be compromised. In this The New Stack Makers podcast, a panel of technology executives discu…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss one method to shard a database, federating your database, the benefits of configuring linux HugePages and performance tuning. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.notion.so/blog/sharding-postgres-at-notion https://blog.crunch…
 
Sometimes, multicloud just happens. Some organizations might have, for example, applications running on Amazon Web Services in one department, while at the same time, while another may come to rely on Google Cloud or other cloud provider services. How do you make them work under one unified architecture? The difficulties of multicloud management is…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss select for update, the pgx framework to generate extensions, cool additions to Postgres 14 and full-text search. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.migops.com/blog/2021/10/05/select-for-update-and-its-behavior-with-foreign-…
 
Many organizations need better and tighter infrastructure policy for their distributed systems. This need has been underscored by an increasing number of misconfigurations, especially in distributed microservices and Kubernetes environments. How policy as code extends infrastructure as code was discussed in this latest episode of The New Stack Make…
 
As the internet fills every nook and cranny of our lives, it runs into greater complexity for developers, operations engineers, and the organizations that employ them. How do you reduce latency? How do you comply with the regulations of each region or country where you have a virtual presence? How do you keep data near where it’s actually used? For…
 
Cloud native systems are, by definition, distributed —but to run databases securely and effectively on them, what’s needed is not only purpose-fit technology, but a change of mindset, according to this podcast episode’s guests. In this episode of Makers, the New Stack podcast, Jim Walker, principal product evangelist and Michelle Gienow, senior tec…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss the release of Postgres 14, how best to use JSON, why are your indexes not being used and sequence gaps. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/postgresql-14-released-2318/ https://www.citusdata.com/bl…
 
It’s that time of the year again, when we gather to discuss all matters related to Kubernetes and the other assorted tooling necessary to make cloud native computing happen. KubeCon+CloudNativeCon will be held in Los Angeles next month, October 11 -15. A key difference at this year’s event — the first onsite event from the Cloud Native Computing Fo…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss Postgres 14 RC1, little improvements in PG14, an index advisor and how to handle 1 million insert statements. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/postgresql-14-rc-1-released-2309/ https://blog.crunc…
 
Database giant Oracle added a container native CI/CD platform to its cloud portfolio when it purchased Wercker in 2017. Since the acquisition, Wercker founder, Micha Hernandez van Leuffen, started Fiberplane, for which he is the CEO. In this latest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, van Leuffen discusses the different aspects of the developme…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss one cause of broken indexes, Postgres trademark issues, percentiles vs. averages and logical replication improvements. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://elephanttamer.net/?p=61 https://www.postgresql.org/about/news/trademark-a…
 
The software or solution architect often comes from an engineering background. In this episode Cormac Keogh and Paul Preiss speak about the relationship between engineers. In a true argument the case of engineers, teams and architects. Can or should an engineer be the architect for a product/project? The team? Is there a difference between a titled…
 
An organization that has any ambitions or hopes to scale application deployments across cloud native environments is not going to get very far without automation. From CI/CD support, increasing application deployment speed — often across different environments — and maintaining compliance and security, operations teams manually managing these proce…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss having boundless text fields, revoking public schema permissions, less index bloat in PG14 and comparing hardware performance. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://brandur.org/text https://www.depesz.com/2021/09/10/waiting-for-po…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss connection scaling, how to cache your sequences, a message queuing implementation and the harms of subtransactions. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://richyen.com/postgres/2021/09/03/less-is-more-max-connections.html https://de…
 
This is a bit of a rough episode where the group committee is discussing the architecture of tomorrow for our upcoming BIL-T conference on Nov 11. “They say the best way to predict the future, is to create it.” The theme for our 11th of November event is The Architecture of Tomorrow. We have many hints at what the future will look like, but what wi…
 
At last count, social media giant Twitter enjoys around 353 million active users, and streaming music service Spotify has 356 million active listeners. In both cases, open source tools and platforms for cloud native environments have served as the cornerstones for their tremendous growth. In this latest episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Spot…
 
There is much discussion about technology and tool gaps when organizations make the shift to cloud environments. However, a major — and often less-discussed — challenge is how to ensure that the DevOps team has the necessary skillsets to see the project through. Making sure that the right in-house talent and DevSecOps culture is in place to make th…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss how to use aggregate filters, the importance of vacuum with insert-only tables, how to fix out-of-sync sequences and faster functional index options. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://blog.crunchydata.com/blog/fast-flexible-su…
 
In this episode I got to get into some really exciting discussions with two leaders in architecture transformation and leadership. This was an off the cuff discussion of how to create a true business impacting architecture practice, how to become a transformational chief architect and how to help organizations manage change in a dynamic business en…
 
It's said we can all stand to make improvements when it comes to empathy. In software engineering, empathy is required to create something that the end user can easily figure out; it's unacceptable to build something you think is great but expect customers to figure it out on their own, just because you think they should. Search engine giant, cloud…
 
In this episode of Scaling Postgres, we discuss how to use foreign data wrappers, compression available in timescaledb, working with fuzzy search and describing Postgres query execution. Subscribe at https://www.scalingpostgres.com to get notified of new episodes. Links for this episode: https://blog.crunchydata.com/blog/understanding-postgres_fdw …
 
I have been fortunate enough to know Grady Booch for almost 20 years and I have always remained a fan. Without his advice Im not sure how far Iasa would have come. This interview was as great a conversation as always. In it we cover a lot of territory. We start out with understanding architecture, software and engineering. And in a very candid way …
 
I have been fortunate enough to know Grady Booch for almost 20 years and I have always remained a fan. Without his advice Im not sure how far Iasa would have come. This interview was as great a conversation as always. In it we cover a lot of territory. We start out with understanding architecture, software and engineering. And in a very candid way …
 
The definition of “low-code, no-code” remains a subject of debate. For some, it is the ability for a so-called “citizen developer” who lacks the training and skills to develop software — to be able to rely on a platform to deploy code with the same level of competence as that of a professional software engineer. Others describe low-code, no-code as…
 
As continuous integration and delivery provider CloudBees prepares for its annual DevOps World conferences, the company also is gearing up for a new phase of growth with a greater focus on security, AI and making DevOps easier. DevOps World will run September 28-30. Last year, the event drew around 30,000 virtual attendees. This year the event is a…
 
In this episode I caught up with Ted Neward, an old friend and the first speaker at an Iasa conference many many years ago! We discuss agility and architecture as well as dig into what makes effective engineering teams, devops and much more. Ted Neward is sometimes referred to as "The Dude of Software", owing to both his remarkable (some say fright…
 
In this episode I caught up with Ted Neward, an old friend and the first speaker at an Iasa conference many many years ago! We discuss agility and architecture as well as dig into what makes effective engineering teams, devops and much more. Ted Neward is sometimes referred to as "The Dude of Software", owing to both his remarkable (some say fright…
 
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