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Stately with Laura Kalbag

Stately with Laura Kalbag

Stately is a web-based drag and drop editor for collaboratively developing code, diagrams, and documentation. Laura Kalbag is the Developer Advocate at Stately and she joins the show today to talk about Stately, state machines, building good documentation, and more. Josh Goldberg is an independent full time open source developer in the TypeScript ecosystem. He The post Stately with Laura Kalbag appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

29 February 2024


Graphical Photorealism with Andrew Price the Blender Guru

Graphical Photorealism with Andrew Price the Blender Guru

The power of 3D graphics hardware and rendering technology is improving at an astonishing pace. To achieve high graphical fidelity, assets that compose 3D worlds must feature an ever-increasing level of detail. Andrew Price is the founder of Poliigon, which is an asset production studio and store. Andrew also runs the highly popular Blender Guru The post Graphical Photorealism with Andrew Price the Blender Guru appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

28 February 2024


Biotech Special: AI Protein Engineering with Eddie Abrams

Biotech Special: AI Protein Engineering with Eddie Abrams

Antibodies are a type of protein molecule produced by the immune system. They recognize and attach to other molecules with remarkable precision. Typically antibodies target foreign objects, like viruses, to mark them for destruction. However, they can also be engineered to treat diseases like cancer, and they are one of the fastest growing classes of The post Biotech Special: AI Protein Engineering with Eddie Abrams appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

27 February 2024


Portal 64 with James Lambert

Portal 64 with James Lambert

Portal is a 2007 game developed by Valve, where the player encounters puzzles that must be solved using the “portal gun”, a device that can create inter-spatial portals between surfaces. Portal 64 is an open-source re-write of Portal that can be run on original Nintendo 64 hardware. The game was developed by James Lambert and The post Portal 64 with James Lambert appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

22 February 2024


Waymo and Autonomous Driving with David Margines

Waymo and Autonomous Driving with David Margines

Waymo is an autonomous driving company that had its start as the Google Self-Driving Car Project. David Margines is a Director of Product Management at Waymo and he joins the podcast to talk about Waymo today, the sensing technologies underpinning their cars, the huge impact of AI on their systems in recent years, and more. The post Waymo and Autonomous Driving with David Margines appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

21 February 2024


Biotech Special: ML at Recursion with Jordan Christensen and Imran Haque

Biotech Special: ML at Recursion with Jordan Christensen and Imran Haque

Recursion is at the leading edge of applying AI and ML to drug development. The company exemplifies a new wave of “techbio” companies, that tightly couple compute and robotics with biology and chemistry. The task of decoding biology requires vast amounts of biological data and innovative strategies to make use of that data. It also The post Biotech Special: ML at Recursion with Jordan Christensen and Imran Haque appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

20 February 2024


NVIDIA and the Future of 3D Development with Aaron Luk

NVIDIA and the Future of 3D Development with Aaron Luk

Producing 3D films, games and simulations is a complex process, often involving multiple teams and tools. At Pixar, pipeline engineers needed to write lots of glue code to integrate different workflows and file formats, which was a big challenge, and led them to create the  Universal Scene Description, or OpenUSD. OpenUSD implements abstract data models The post NVIDIA and the Future of 3D Development with Aaron Luk appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

15 February 2024


SimpleWebAuthn with Matthew Miller

SimpleWebAuthn with Matthew Miller

SimpleWebAuthn is an open source TypeScript-centric pair of libraries – frontend and backend – that make it easier for devs to implement WebAuthn on the web. Matthew Miller started the project in 2019 and it has grown in tandem with the popularization of WebAuthn. He joins the podcast today to talk about the history of The post SimpleWebAuthn with Matthew Miller appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

14 February 2024


Biotech Special: a16z and the Biotech Revolution with Vijay Pande

Biotech Special: a16z and the Biotech Revolution with Vijay Pande

There is a revolution unfolding in biotech. The confluence of new biological methods like CRISPR, virtually unlimited computational capacity, and machine learning has fundamentally transformed our ability to engineer biology for wide-ranging applications. Andreessen Horowitz, or a16z, is a venture capital firm that was founded by Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz. Vijay Pande is a The post Biotech Special: a16z and the Biotech Revolution with Vijay Pande appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

13 February 2024


Building a Unified Hardware API at Intel with James Reinders

Building a Unified Hardware API at Intel with James Reinders

oneAPI is an open standard for a unified API to be used across different computing accelerator architectures. This including GPUs, AI accelerators, and FPGAs. The goal of oneAPI is to eliminate the need for developers to maintain separate code bases, multiple programming languages, tools, and workflows for each architecture. James Reinders is an engineer at The post Building a Unified Hardware API at Intel with James Reinders appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

8 February 2024


The Godot Game Engine with Emilio Coppola

The Godot Game Engine with Emilio Coppola

A game engine is a system used to build and run games. Game engines let the programmer work at a high level of abstraction by providing interfaces for graphics, physics, and scripting. Godot is an open source and free to use game engine, which makes it unusual. Its first release was in 2014 and its The post The Godot Game Engine with Emilio Coppola appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

7 February 2024


Building a Data Lake with Adam Ferrari

Building a Data Lake with Adam Ferrari

Starburst is a data lake analytics platform. It’s designed to help users work with structured data at scale, and is built on the open source platform, Trino. Adam Ferrari is the SVP of Engineering at Starburst. He joins the show to talk about Starburst, data engineering, and what it takes to build a data lake. The post Building a Data Lake with Adam Ferrari appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

6 February 2024


Building Chess.com with Jay Severson

Building Chess.com with Jay Severson

Chess.com started in 2007 and grew steadily in the years following. The platform exploded in popularity during the pandemic, to the point that their servers struggled with the traffic. It was a great problem to have. Chess.com was instrumental in helping to elevate chess to its current height of mainstream popularity. But how did Chess.com The post Building Chess.com with Jay Severson appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

1 February 2024


Mastodon with Eugen Rochko

Mastodon with Eugen Rochko

Mastodon is an open source, decentralized social network. Eugen Rochko started building Mastodon in response to his dissatisfaction with centralized social networks like Facebook and Twitter. In the Mastodon model, users can run their own nodes, and other users can connect to them. You can follow users whose accounts reside in other nodes. Eugen joins The post Mastodon with Eugen Rochko appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

31 January 2024


Vercel AI with Lee Robinson

Vercel AI with Lee Robinson

Vercel provides a cloud platform to rapidly deploy web projects, and they develop the highly successful Next.js framework. The company recently made headlines when they announced v0 which is a generative AI tool to create React code from text prompts. The generated code uses open-source tools like Tailwind CSS and shadcn/ui. Lee Robinson is the The post Vercel AI with Lee Robinson appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

30 January 2024


Blender with Sybren Stüvel

Blender with Sybren Stüvel

Blender is a free and open-source 3D graphics tool that was initially released in 1994 and just hit version 4.0. It’s one of the triumphs of open-source software development and is used for creating animated films, art, 3D games, and more. Sybren Stüvel is a Senior Software Developer at Blender. He joins the show today The post Blender with Sybren Stüvel appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

25 January 2024


Netflix UIs at Scale with Shaundai Person

Netflix UIs at Scale with Shaundai Person

Netflix needs no introduction and is renowned for its engineering talent. Shaundai Person is a Senior Software Engineer at Netflix, blogger, and conference speaker. She joins the show today to talk about getting her position at Netflix, developing internal tools at the company, the value of TypeScript, what makes a great software engineering manager, and The post Netflix UIs at Scale with Shaundai Person appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

24 January 2024


Algolia with Sean Mullaney

Algolia with Sean Mullaney

Algolia is a platform that provides search as a service. The company was founded in 2012, was part of Y Combinator’s Winter 2014 class, and has become highly popular for integrating modern search functionality into web-facing services. Sean Mullaney is the CTO of Algolia and has worked at Google X, Stripe, and Zolando. He joins The post Algolia with Sean Mullaney appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

23 January 2024


Edward Snowden’s Operating System with REDACTED

Edward Snowden’s Operating System with REDACTED

Software security is a critical issue for everyone, but it takes on an entirely different dimension when your life, or the lives of others, depend on it. Consider the security needs of an environmentalist whistle blower inside a chemical corporation, or a human rights activist in Iran. Hyper-secure and fully anonymous operating systems are vital The post Edward Snowden’s Operating System with REDACTED appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

18 January 2024


OpsHelm with Kyle McCullough

OpsHelm with Kyle McCullough

Security issues can often be traced back to small misconfigurations in a database or cloud service, or an innocent code commit. OpsHelm is a security platform that’s oriented around identifying and fixing these issues. Kyle McCullough is the Co-Founder and CTO of OpsHelm and he has deep experience in backend and data engineering. He joins The post OpsHelm with Kyle McCullough appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

17 January 2024


JetBrains AI with Jodie Burchell

JetBrains AI with Jodie Burchell

Jodie Burchell is the Data Science Developer Advocate at JetBrains, which makes integrated development environments or, IDEs, for many major languages. After observing the rapid growth of the AI coding assistant landscape, the company recently announced integration of an AI assistant into their IDEs. Jodie joins the show today to talk about why the company The post JetBrains AI with Jodie Burchell appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

16 January 2024


AWS re:Invent Special: PartyRock Generative AI Apps with Mike Miller

AWS re:Invent Special: PartyRock Generative AI Apps with Mike Miller

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of AWS re:Invent 2023, which took place from November 27th through December 1st in Las Vegas. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Mike Miller who is the Director of AWS AI Devices. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager and The post AWS re:Invent Special: PartyRock Generative AI Apps with Mike Miller appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

12 January 2024


AWS re:Invent Special: The AWS Cloud Institute with Kevin Kelly

AWS re:Invent Special: The AWS Cloud Institute with Kevin Kelly

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of AWS re:Invent 2023, which took place from November 27th through December 1st in Las Vegas. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Kevin Kelly who is the Director of the AWS Cloud Institute. Visit https://aws.amazon.com/training to learn more about AWS’s The post AWS re:Invent Special: The AWS Cloud Institute with Kevin Kelly appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

11 January 2024


AWS re:Invent Special: CircleCI with Rob Zuber

AWS re:Invent Special: CircleCI with Rob Zuber

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of AWS re:Invent 2023, which took place from November 27th through December 1st in Las Vegas. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Rob Zuber who is the CTO at CircleCI. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager and marketer that The post AWS re:Invent Special: CircleCI with Rob Zuber appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

10 January 2024


AWS re:Invent Special: Sagemaker with Ankur Mehrotra

AWS re:Invent Special: Sagemaker with Ankur Mehrotra

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of AWS re:Invent 2023, which took place from November 27th through December 1st in Las Vegas. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Ankur Mehrotra who is the Director and GM of Amazon SageMaker. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager The post AWS re:Invent Special: Sagemaker with Ankur Mehrotra appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

9 January 2024


Bonus Episode: Hypnospace Outlaw with Jay Tholen

Bonus Episode: Hypnospace Outlaw with Jay Tholen

Hypnospace Outlaw is a hit indie game which features an internet and operating system simulator set in a surreal, alternate version of 1999. The game is entirely unique both in its design and aesthetic, and it has an impressive development history. Jay Tholen is the developer of Hypnospace Outlaw and he joins the show to The post Bonus Episode: Hypnospace Outlaw with Jay Tholen appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

5 January 2024


CockroachDB with Jordan Lewis

CockroachDB with Jordan Lewis

SQL databases were built for data consistency and vertical scalability. They did this very well for the long era of monolithic applications running in dedicated, single-server environments. However, their design presented a problem when the paradigm changed to distributed applications in the cloud. This shift eventually ushered in the rise of distributed SQL databases. One The post CockroachDB with Jordan Lewis appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

4 January 2024


Apiiro Security Posture Management with Yonatan Eldar

Apiiro Security Posture Management with Yonatan Eldar

Software supply chain security is a major challenge in the modern engineering environment. Many teams are working to establish best practices to proactively identify, fix, and prevent risks in their applications. Apiiro is a platform designed to solve this problem and gives risk visibility, prioritization, and remediation. Yonatan Eldar is the Co-Founder and CTO at The post Apiiro Security Posture Management with Yonatan Eldar appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

3 January 2024


Pinecone Vector Database with Marek Galovic

Pinecone Vector Database with Marek Galovic

An embedding is a concept in machine learning that refers to a particular representation of text, images, audio, or other information. Embeddings are designed to make data consumable by ML models. However, storing embeddings presents a challenge to traditional databases. Vector databases are designed to solve this problem. Pinecone has developed one of the most The post Pinecone Vector Database with Marek Galovic appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

2 January 2024


Bonus Episode: Adobe Cloud Native with Carlos Sanchez

Bonus Episode: Adobe Cloud Native with Carlos Sanchez

Carlos Sanchez is a Principal Scientist at Adobe where he works on the Adobe Experience Manager. AEM is a content management system and provides a platform for site creation and content delivery. In addition to his work at Adobe, Carlos has a long history contributing to open source projects, including Apache Maven. He joins The post Bonus Episode: Adobe Cloud Native with Carlos Sanchez appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

29 December 2023


Rama with Nathan Marz

Rama with Nathan Marz

Building scalable software applications can be complex and typically requires dozens of different tools. The engineering often involves handling many arcane tasks that are distant from actual application logic. In addition, a lack of a cohesive model for building applications can lead to substantial engineering costs. Nathan Marz is the creator of Rama, which is The post Rama with Nathan Marz appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

28 December 2023


Kubefirst with Frédéric Harper

Kubefirst with Frédéric Harper

Frédéric Harper is the Principal Developer Advocate at Kubefirst, which is an open source platform that integrates some of the most popular tools in the Kubernetes space. Frédéric has deep experience at major software companies having worked at npm, Mozilla, Microsoft, DigitalOcean, Fitbit, and others. He joins the show to talk about the challenges and The post Kubefirst with Frédéric Harper appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

27 December 2023


Vespa.ai with Jon Bratseth

Vespa.ai with Jon Bratseth

Vespa is a fully featured search engine and vector database, and it has integrated ML model inference. The project open sourced in 2017, and since then has grown to become a prominent platform for applying AI to big data sets at serving time. Vespa began as a project to solve Yahoo’s use cases in search, The post Vespa.ai with Jon Bratseth appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

26 December 2023


Bonus Episode: SurrealDB with Tobie Morgan Hitchcock

Bonus Episode: SurrealDB with Tobie Morgan Hitchcock

SurrealDB is the result of a long-time collaboration between brothers Tobie and Jaime Morgan Hitchcock. The project has modest origins and started merely to support other projects the brothers were working on. However, over time the project grew and in 2021  they started working on it full-time. Since then the project has gained serious adoption. The post Bonus Episode: SurrealDB with Tobie Morgan Hitchcock appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

25 December 2023


Bonus Episode: Responsible AI with Ezequiel Lanza

Bonus Episode: Responsible AI with Ezequiel Lanza

Responsible AI is an approach to developing and deploying AI in a safe, trustworthy and ethical fashion. The concept has gained considerable attention with the rise of generative AI technologies. Ezequiel Lanza is an AI Open Source Evangelist at Intel and he joins the show today to talk about responsible AI, and the practices and The post Bonus Episode: Responsible AI with Ezequiel Lanza appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

22 December 2023


Blocking Ransomware Attacks with Anthony Cusimano

Blocking Ransomware Attacks with Anthony Cusimano

Ransomware attacks involve the deployment of malware that blocks access to a user’s or organization’s computer files by encrypting them. The attackers then demand a ransom payment in exchange for the decryption key that will restore access to the files. These attacks are often directed at governments and corporations, and can be costly. Veeam is The post Blocking Ransomware Attacks with Anthony Cusimano appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

21 December 2023


Supabase Security with Inian Parameshwaran

Supabase Security with Inian Parameshwaran

Supabase is an open source backend-as-a-service platform and competes directly with Google’s Firebase. A key distinction between them is that Firebase is a document store, while Supabase uses Postgres, which is a SQL-based database management system. Software Engineering Daily last covered Supabase in 2020 when its Founder Paul Copplestone came on the show, and a The post Supabase Security with Inian Parameshwaran appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

20 December 2023


GitHub Copilot with Joseph Katsioloudes

GitHub Copilot with Joseph Katsioloudes

GitHub Copilot is an AI tool developed by GitHub and OpenAI to assist software developers by autocompleting code. Copilot kicked off a revolution in software engineering, and AI assistants are now considered essential tools to many developers. Joseph Katsioloudes is a cyber security specialist and works at the GitHub Security Lab. He joins the show The post GitHub Copilot with Joseph Katsioloudes appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

19 December 2023


Bonus Episode: Bazel with Julio Merino

Bonus Episode: Bazel with Julio Merino

Build systems coordinate all the steps to transform source code into a production application. Bazel is a build system and testing tool that was first released in 2015 as a free and open-source port of Google’s internal build system called Blaze. Historically, each language has its own build system which can create complexity when developing The post Bonus Episode: Bazel with Julio Merino appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

18 December 2023


Kubernetes at Google with Ben Elder

Kubernetes at Google with Ben Elder

Containers make it possible to standardize the deployment of software to any compute environment. However, managing and orchestrating containers at scale is a major challenge. Kubernetes was originally created by Google and solves the problem of scaling container deployment. Ben Elder is a Senior Software Engineer at Google, and an Elected Member of the Kubernetes The post Kubernetes at Google with Ben Elder appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

14 December 2023


Deno with Luca Casonato

Deno with Luca Casonato

Deno is a free and open source JavaScript runtime built on Google’s V8 engine, Rust, and Tokio. The project was announced by Ryan Dahl in 2018 with the goal of addressing shortcomings of Node.js, which Ryan also created. Since then, the Deno project has grown tremendously in popularity, and they recently announced Deno KV which The post Deno with Luca Casonato appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

13 December 2023


Weights & Biases with Chris Van Pelt

Weights & Biases with Chris Van Pelt

Machine learning model research requires running expensive, long-running experiments where even a slight mis-calibration can cost millions of dollars in underutilized compute resources. Once trained, model deployment, production monitoring, and observability requirements all present unique operational challenges. Chris Van Pelt is the Chief Information Officer of Weights and Biases, which is the industry standard in The post Weights & Biases with Chris Van Pelt appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

12 December 2023


Tracking Drug Smugglers and Migrating Databases with Benny Keinan and Lior Resisi

Tracking Drug Smugglers and Migrating Databases with Benny Keinan and Lior Resisi

Maritime logistics is the process organizing the movement of goods across the ocean. Historically, this has been a challenging problem because of the multinational nature of shipping, as well as piracy, smuggling, and legacy technology. It’s also profoundly important for security reasons, and because 90% of what we buy travels over the oceans. Ocean vessels The post Tracking Drug Smugglers and Migrating Databases with Benny Keinan and Lior Resisi appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

7 December 2023


Software Supply Chain Security with Michael Lieberman

Software Supply Chain Security with Michael Lieberman

One of the most famous software exploits in recent years was the SolarWinds attack in 2020. In this attack, Russian hackers inserted malicious code into the SolarWinds Orion system, allowing them to infiltrate the systems of numerous corporations and government agencies, including the U.S. executive branch, military, and intelligence services. This was an example of The post Software Supply Chain Security with Michael Lieberman appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

6 December 2023


Hugging Face with Sayak Paul

Hugging Face with Sayak Paul

Hugging Face was founded in 2016 and has grown to become one of the most prominent ML platforms. It’s commonly used to develop and disseminate state-of-the-art ML models and is a central hub for researchers and developers. Sayak Paul is a Machine Learning Engineer at Hugging Face and a Google Developer Expert. He joins the The post Hugging Face with Sayak Paul appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

5 December 2023


KubeCon Special: Docker with Justin Cormack

KubeCon Special: Docker with Justin Cormack

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of KubeCon 2023, which took place from November 6th through 9th in Chicago. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Justin Cormack who is the CTO at Docker. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager and marketer that specializes in software The post KubeCon Special: Docker with Justin Cormack appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

4 December 2023


KubeCon Special: Sigstore with Santiago Torres-Arias

KubeCon Special: Sigstore with Santiago Torres-Arias

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of KubeCon 2023, which took place from November 6th through 9th in Chicago. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Santiago Torres-Arias who is a contributor to Sigstore, which is a system to register software supply chain actors using federated identity The post KubeCon Special: Sigstore with Santiago Torres-Arias appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

3 December 2023


KubeCon Special: Acorn with Darren Shepherd

KubeCon Special: Acorn with Darren Shepherd

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of KubeCon 2023, which took place from November 6th through 9th in Chicago.   In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with Darren Shepherd who is the Chief Architect and Co-Founder at Acorn Labs. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager and The post KubeCon Special: Acorn with Darren Shepherd appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

2 December 2023


KubeCon Special: GitLab’s AI Vision with David DeSanto

KubeCon Special: GitLab’s AI Vision with David DeSanto

This episode of Software Engineering Daily is part of our on-site coverage of KubeCon 2023, which took place from November 6th through 9th in Chicago. In today’s interview, host Jordi Mon Companys speaks with David DeSanto who is the Chief Product Officer at GitLab. Jordi Mon Companys is a product manager and marketer that specializes The post KubeCon Special: GitLab’s AI Vision with David DeSanto appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

1 December 2023


Software Architecture with Josh Prismon

Software Architecture with Josh Prismon

Josh Prismon is a veteran software architect, having worked at FICO for 17 years before shifting to Index Exchange in 2022. In this episode, Josh joins the podcast to speak with host Lee Atchison, who also has deep experience in software architecture from his time at Amazon, New Relic, and other companies. Josh and Lee The post Software Architecture with Josh Prismon appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

30 November 2023


The Right to Be Forgotten with Gal Ringel

The Right to Be Forgotten with Gal Ringel

Data breaches at major companies are so now common that they hardly make the news. The Wikipedia page on data breaches lists over 350 between 2004 and 2023. The Equifax breach in 2017 was especially notable because over 160 million records were leaked, and much of the data was acquired by Equifax without individuals’ knowledge The post The Right to Be Forgotten with Gal Ringel appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

29 November 2023


Sofascore with Josip Stuhli

Sofascore with Josip Stuhli

If you’re a sports fan and like to track sports statistics and results, you’ve probably heard of Sofascore. The website started in 2010 and ran on a modest single server. It now has 25 million monthly active users, covers 20 different sports, 11,000 leagues and tournaments, and is available in over 30 languages.   Josip The post Sofascore with Josip Stuhli appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

28 November 2023


Daytona with Ivan Burazin

Daytona with Ivan Burazin

Cloud-based software development platforms such as GitHub Codespaces continue to grow in popularity. These platforms are attractive to enterprise organizations because they can be managed centrally with security controls. However, many, if not most, developers prefer a local IDE. Daytona is aiming to bridge that gap. It’s a layer between a local IDE and a The post Daytona with Ivan Burazin appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

23 November 2023


GraphAware with Luanne Misquitta

GraphAware with Luanne Misquitta

Knowledge graphs are an intuitive way to define relationships between objects, events, situations, and concepts. Their ability to encode this information makes them an attractive database paradigm. Hume is a graph-based analysis solution developed by GraphAware. It represents data as a network of interconnected entities and provides analysis capabilities to extract insights from the data. The post GraphAware with Luanne Misquitta appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

22 November 2023


Shopify with Mike Shaver

Shopify with Mike Shaver

Shopify is an e-commerce platform focused on enabling small businesses to sell online. The company was founded in 2006 and since then has become a core technology of online business infrastructure. Mike Shaver is a Distinguished Engineer at Shopify and previously worked at Facebook, Mozilla, Oracle and others. At Shopify he works on the core The post Shopify with Mike Shaver appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

21 November 2023


Building a State Machine Backend with Adam Berger

Building a State Machine Backend with Adam Berger

When Adam Berger was at Uber, his team was responsible for ensuring that Uber Eats merchants correctly receive and fulfill orders. This required them to think hard about engineering workflows and state management systems. Six years of experience at Uber motivated Adam to create State Backed, which is an open-source backend system written in Typescript. The post Building a State Machine Backend with Adam Berger appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

16 November 2023


Figma Dev Mode with Marcel Weekes

Figma Dev Mode with Marcel Weekes

One of the key challenges that teams encounter is how to smoothly collaborate on converting a design into code. For example, if a designer designs a web component, how can it be most efficiently implemented by a developer? What happens if the designer needs to adjust the design and communicate this change to the developer? The post Figma Dev Mode with Marcel Weekes appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

15 November 2023


The Astro Framework with James Quick

The Astro Framework with James Quick

Frontend web frameworks are software toolkits that handle many of the low-level and repetitive aspects of building a website. These frameworks have made it easier than ever to build a modern website. The open-source Astro framework was created in 2021 for the purpose of creating simple static sites that load quickly. A key factor to The post The Astro Framework with James Quick appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

14 November 2023


Chronosphere with Martin Mao

Chronosphere with Martin Mao

Observability software helps teams to actively monitor and debug their systems, and these tools are increasingly vital in DevOps. However, it’s not uncommon for the volume of observability data to exceed the amount of actual business data. This creates two challenges – how to analyze the large stream of observability data, and how to keep The post Chronosphere with Martin Mao appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

9 November 2023


Open Source Contributing with Brian Douglas

Open Source Contributing with Brian Douglas

The open source coding philosophy has enormous appeal to many software engineers, and with good reason. Open source libraries, applications, and operating systems are now essential to the overall technology ecosystem. And the number of open source projects is only increasing. But many developers don’t know how to get involved in open source. Or, they The post Open Source Contributing with Brian Douglas appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

8 November 2023


Temporal with Max Fateev

Temporal with Max Fateev

There are countless real world scenarios where a workflow or process has multiple steps, and some steps must be completed before others can be started. Think of something as simple as cooking dinner. First you look up a recipe, then you write down the ingredients you need, you go shopping, and then you cook. These The post Temporal with Max Fateev appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

7 November 2023


Speechlab and Realtime Translation with Ivan Galea

Speechlab and Realtime Translation with Ivan Galea

Speech technology has been around for a long time, but in the last 12 months it’s undergone a quantum leap. New speech synthesis models are able to produce speech that’s often indistinguishable from real speech. I’m sure many listeners have heard deep fakes where computer speech perfectly mimics the voice of famous actors or public The post Speechlab and Realtime Translation with Ivan Galea appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

2 November 2023


Sourcegraph with Quinn Slack

Sourcegraph with Quinn Slack

If you’re a developer, there’s a good chance you’ve experimented with coding assistants like GitHub Copilot. Many developers have even fully integrated these tools into their workflows. One way these tools accelerate development is by autocompleting entire blocks of code. The AI achieves this by having awareness of the surrounding code. It understands context. However, The post Sourcegraph with Quinn Slack appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

1 November 2023


GitBook with Addison Schultz

GitBook with Addison Schultz

Documentation is something that everyone knows is important but it’s often difficult to get right. On software teams, good documentation can help to onboard new people, improve communication across teams, and troubleshoot technical issues. When an application, API, or library is a commercial product, the quality of its documentation can determine whether it attracts The post GitBook with Addison Schultz appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

31 October 2023


A Different Monitoring Philosophy with Costa Tsaousis

A Different Monitoring Philosophy with Costa Tsaousis

Observability is becoming an increasingly competitive space in the software world. Many developers have heard of Datadog and New Relic, but there are a seemingly countless number of observability products out there. Costa Tsaousis (he/him) is the Founder and CEO of Netdata. His goal was to build an open-source platform that was high-resolution, real-time, and The post A Different Monitoring Philosophy with Costa Tsaousis appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

26 October 2023


Building Pieces.app and the Future of Developer Productivity with Tsavo Knott

Building Pieces.app and the Future of Developer Productivity with Tsavo Knott

Ongoing advances in generative AI are already having a huge impact on developer productivity. Tools like GitHub Copilot and ChatGPT are increasing the velocity of code development, and more advances are on the horizon. However, an ever-growing challenge for developers is how to manage their coding resources – things like code snippets, website links, messages, The post Building Pieces.app and the Future of Developer Productivity with Tsavo Knott appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

25 October 2023


Streamlit with Amanda Kelly

Streamlit with Amanda Kelly

The importance of data teams is undeniable. Most companies today use data to drive decision-making on anything from software feature development to product strategy, hiring and marketing. In some companies data is the product, which can make data teams even more vital. But there’s a common problem – analyzing data is hard and time consuming. The post Streamlit with Amanda Kelly appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

24 October 2023


Platform Engineering with Cory O’Daniel

Platform Engineering with Cory O’Daniel

Platform engineering is difficult to get right, and in the age of DevOps and cloud computing, software developers increasingly serve as platform engineers while they’re building their applications. This can be an engineering challenge because organizations often require their platforms to provide fine-grained control and compliance management. Cory O’Daniel is the CEO and Co-Founder of The post Platform Engineering with Cory O’Daniel appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

19 October 2023


Modern Web Scraping with Erez Naveh

Modern Web Scraping with Erez Naveh

Today it’s estimated there are over 1 billion websites on the internet. Much of this content is optimized to be viewed by human eyes, not consumed by machines. However, creating systems to automatically parse and structure the web greatly extends its utility, and paves the way for innovative solutions and applications. The industry of web The post Modern Web Scraping with Erez Naveh appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

18 October 2023


Postman and the Growth of APIs with Joyce Lin

Postman and the Growth of APIs with Joyce Lin

If you’re a developer, you’ve probably worked with an API, or application programming interface. An API is a set of rules for how to communicate with an applications or device. For example, when you build an app and want to use Stripe to handle payments, or use Slack to deliver notifications, it’s APIs that make The post Postman and the Growth of APIs with Joyce Lin appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

17 October 2023


Observability with Eduardo Silva

Observability with Eduardo Silva

There are hundreds of observability companies out there, and many ways to think about observability, such as application performance monitoring, server monitoring, and tracing. In a production application, multiple tools are often needed to get proper visibility on the application. This creates some challenges. Applications can produce lots of different observatory observability data, but how The post Observability with Eduardo Silva appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

12 October 2023


The Future of HTTP with Nick Shadrin and Roman Arutyunyan

The Future of HTTP with Nick Shadrin and Roman Arutyunyan

The Hypertext Transfer Protocol, or HTTP, is used to load webpages using hypertext links, and it’s the foundation of the web. Tim Berners-Lee famously created HTTP version 0.9 in 1989, and defined the essential behavior of a client and a server. Version 1.0 was eventually finalized in 1996, and its secure variant called HTTPS is The post The Future of HTTP with Nick Shadrin and Roman Arutyunyan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

11 October 2023


Flightcontrol and Going Beyond Heroku with Brandon Bayer

Flightcontrol and Going Beyond Heroku with Brandon Bayer

A platform as a service, or PaaS, is the concept of a complete development and deployment environment in the cloud. One of the best examples is Heroku, which was created in 2007 and later acquired by Salesforce. Although these services are great for helping startups get off the ground quickly, they can ultimately become a The post Flightcontrol and Going Beyond Heroku with Brandon Bayer appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

10 October 2023


AI and Business Analytics with John Adams

AI and Business Analytics with John Adams

It’s now clear that the adoption of AI will continue to increase, with nearly every industry working to rapidly incorporate it into their systems and applications to provide greater value to their users. Business analytics is a key domain that promises to be radically reshaped by AI. Alembic is an AI platform that integrates web The post AI and Business Analytics with John Adams appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

5 October 2023


Stack Overflow in the AI era with Ellen Brandenberger

Stack Overflow in the AI era with Ellen Brandenberger

When StackOverflow launched in 2008 it lowered the barrier to writing complex software. It solved the longstanding problem of accessing accurate and reliable programming knowledge by offering a collaborative space where programmers could ask questions, share insights, and receive high-quality answers from a community of experts. Generative AI has impacted the way programmers want to The post Stack Overflow in the AI era with Ellen Brandenberger appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

3 October 2023


Edge Databases with Glauber Costa

Edge Databases with Glauber Costa

Picture a user interacting with a web app on their phone. When they tap the screen the app triggers communication with a server, which in turn communicates with a database. This process then happens in reverse to eventually update what the user sees on-screen. The latency for this round trip depends a lot on the The post Edge Databases with Glauber Costa appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

28 September 2023


AI-powered DevX at AWS with Deepak Singh

AI-powered DevX at AWS with Deepak Singh

Developer experience, or DevX, is a critical aspect of modern software development that focuses on creating a seamless and productive environment for developers. It encompasses everything from the tools and technologies used in the development process to the documentation, libraries, and frameworks available to streamline coding tasks. An emphasis on DevX can enhance individual developer The post AI-powered DevX at AWS with Deepak Singh appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

26 September 2023


AutoCloud and Infrastructure as Code with Tyson Kunovsky

AutoCloud and Infrastructure as Code with Tyson Kunovsky

Infrastructure as code refers to the use of software and configuration files to convey infrastructure specifications. This is in contrast to the traditional approach of manually provisioning servers, operating systems, storage, and other infrastructure components. With the growth of cloud computing, the infrastructure as code paradigm is becoming more integral to managing compute resources. AutoCloud The post AutoCloud and Infrastructure as Code with Tyson Kunovsky appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

21 September 2023


Catching up with Technologist Charlie Gerard

Catching up with Technologist Charlie Gerard

Charlie Gerard is a highly accomplished software engineer and technologist. She’s worked at Stripe, Netlify, and Atlassian and authored the book, Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript. In her spare time, Charlie explores the field of human-computer interaction and builds interactive prototypes using hardware and machine learning. Some of her recent projects include building a DIY The post Catching up with Technologist Charlie Gerard appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

19 September 2023


Blameless with Ken Gavranovic

Blameless with Ken Gavranovic

Incident management is the process of responding to unplanned events or service interruptions, and then restoring service to an operational state. Having robust incident management is vital to many software teams. Blameless is a framework designed to help software companies manage their production incidents effectively. It provides a workflow for managing the incident response as The post Blameless with Ken Gavranovic appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

14 September 2023


Minimum Viable Security for Cloud Apps with David Melamed

Minimum Viable Security for Cloud Apps with David Melamed

Cloud applications continue to grow in popularity, but ensuring the security of these applications often presents a formidable engineering challenge. This challenge motivated the creation of Jit. Jit is a continuous security platform for developers, and seeks to enable every cloud app to start with minimum viable security, or MVS, without slowing development velocity. David The post Minimum Viable Security for Cloud Apps with David Melamed appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

12 September 2023


Highly Scalable NoSQL with Dor Laor

Highly Scalable NoSQL with Dor Laor

ScyllaDB is a fast and highly scalable NoSQL database designed to provide predictable performance at a massive cloud scale. It can handle millions of operations per second at a scale of gigabytes or petabytes. It’s also designed to be compatible with Cassandra and DynamoDB APIs. Scylla is used by Zillow, Comcast, and for Discord’s 350M+ The post Highly Scalable NoSQL with Dor Laor appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

7 September 2023


Making React 70% faster with Aiden Bai of Million.js

Making React 70% faster with Aiden Bai of Million.js

React is an immensely popular JavaScript library that is used to build website user interfaces. A key feature of React is that it uses a virtual Document Object Model, or DOM, to selectively update the desired regions of the web page, which provides major performance advantages. Million.js is an open source project that provides an The post Making React 70% faster with Aiden Bai of Million.js appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

5 September 2023


Engineering Transformation at Scale with Chris Dillon

Engineering Transformation at Scale with Chris Dillon

Cox Automotive has been at the frontier of digitizing the automotive space with popular products such as AutoTrader, Kelly Blue Book, and Dealertrack. To deliver these products the company manages large quantities of data and diverse engineering teams. Scaling its operations required an engineering transformation of the company. Chris Dillon is the VP of Architecture The post Engineering Transformation at Scale with Chris Dillon appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

31 August 2023


Building a Full Cloud Backend with James Cowling

Building a Full Cloud Backend with James Cowling

Serverless backend platforms are cloud services that simplify the process of building a backend. These platforms are growing rapidly in popularity because they can greatly accelerate application development, and improve the developer experience. Convex is a real-time backend platform that uses 100% TypeScript and is designed with reactive UI frameworks in mind. The team behind The post Building a Full Cloud Backend with James Cowling appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

29 August 2023


Modern Coding Superpowers with Varun Mohan

Modern Coding Superpowers with Varun Mohan

Exafunction is a leader in deploying deep learning models at scale. One of their products is Codeium, a coding assistant for software developers based on Exafunction’s deep learning technology. Codeium provides AI-assisted autocompletion in your IDE, making it easier for you to incorporate deep learning technology in your software development workflow. Varun Mohan is the The post Modern Coding Superpowers with Varun Mohan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

24 August 2023


The Latest on RedwoodJS with Tom Preston-Werner

The Latest on RedwoodJS with Tom Preston-Werner

Tom Preston-Werner is a renowned software developer, inventor and entrepreneur. He co-founded GitHub and is the creator of the avatar service Gravatar, the TOML configuration file format, and the static site generator software Jekyll. Tom is currently working on the full-stack web framework, RedwoodJS. He joins us today to tell us the latest about RedwoodJS, The post The Latest on RedwoodJS with Tom Preston-Werner appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

22 August 2023


Cross-functional Incident Management with Ashley Sawatsky and Niall Murphy

Cross-functional Incident Management with Ashley Sawatsky and Niall Murphy

Incident management is the process of managing and resolving unexpected disruptions or issues in software systems, especially those that are customer-facing or critical to business operations. Implementing a robust incident management system is often a key challenge in technical environments. Rootly is a platform to handle incident management directly from Slack, and is used by The post Cross-functional Incident Management with Ashley Sawatsky and Niall Murphy appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

17 August 2023


AI for Software Delivery with Birgitta Böckeler

AI for Software Delivery with Birgitta Böckeler

AI-assisted software delivery refers to the utilization of artificial intelligence to assist, enhance, or automate various phases of the software development lifecycle. AI can be used in numerous aspects of software development, from requirements gathering to code generation to testing and monitoring. The overarching aim is to streamline software delivery, reduce errors and, ideally, reduce The post AI for Software Delivery with Birgitta Böckeler appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

15 August 2023


Expanding B2B Payments with Sohil Pandya

Expanding B2B Payments with Sohil Pandya

The Buy Now, Pay Later model, or BNPL, is traditionally a business-to-consumer model that is gaining traction in the business-to-business domain. Adoption of BNPL in business-to-business scenarios offers benefits like improved cash flow management for buyers, and increased sales for suppliers, often leading to higher order value. However, this model introduces complexities, including the need The post Expanding B2B Payments with Sohil Pandya appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

10 August 2023


Database Caching with Ben Hagan

Database Caching with Ben Hagan

Database caching is a fundamental challenge in database management and there are hundreds of techniques to satisfy different caching scenarios. PolyScale is a fully automated database cache. It offers an innovative approach to database caching, leveraging AI and automated configuration to simplify the process of determining what should and should not be cached. Ben Hagan The post Database Caching with Ben Hagan appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

8 August 2023


An update about SED from Jeff’s family

An update about SED from Jeff’s family

In memory of Software Engineering Daily Founder, Jeff Meyerson. 1988 – 2022 Jeff founded Software Engineering Daily in 2015 and hosted the podcast until 2022. He was willful, hard working, and a strong advocate for self-direction. To hear more about what Jeff was like, please listen to Remembering Jeff Meyerson with Erika Hokanson. If you’d The post An update about SED from Jeff’s family appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

5 August 2023


Simplifying Documentation with Sébastien Lorber

Simplifying Documentation with Sébastien Lorber

In the realm of modern software development, clear and comprehensive documentation is essential for guiding users and contributors alike. Developers often struggle to create, manage, and maintain documentation that is both user-friendly and visually appealing. In this episode, we sit down with Sebastian Lorber, the lead maintainer of Docusaurus, a widely acclaimed open-source static site The post Simplifying Documentation with Sébastien Lorber appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

3 August 2023


SDKs for your API with Sagar Batchu

SDKs for your API with Sagar Batchu

APIs are ubiquitous and critical to building modern software, and developers must frequently develop custom APIs to streamline user access to their services. However, making an API that provides a great developer experience can be a time-consuming endeavor. As a result, API teams often leave the final mile of integration up to their users. Speakeasy The post SDKs for your API with Sagar Batchu appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

1 August 2023


Ethical GPTs with Amruta Moktali

Ethical GPTs with Amruta Moktali

Generative pre-trained transformer models, or GPT models, have countless applications and are being rapidly deployed across a wide range of domains. However, using GPT models without appropriate safeguards can lead to leakage of sensitive data. This concern underscores the critical need for privacy and data protection. Skyflow LLM Privacy Vault prevents sensitive data from reaching The post Ethical GPTs with Amruta Moktali appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

27 July 2023


CAP Theorem 23 Years Later with Eric Brewer

CAP Theorem 23 Years Later with Eric Brewer

The CAP theorem, also known as Brewer’s theorem, is a fundamental principle in distributed systems that states that it is impossible to simultaneously achieve three desirable properties in a distributed data system: Consistency, Availability, and Partition tolerance. Eric Brewer is the VP of Infrastructure & Google Fellow at Google and he joins us today. This The post CAP Theorem 23 Years Later with Eric Brewer appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

25 July 2023


Data-Centric AI with Alex Ratner

Data-Centric AI with Alex Ratner

Companies have high hopes for Machine learning and AI to support real-time product offerings, prevent fraud and drive innovation. But there was a catch – training models require labeled data that machines can digest. As data volumes increase, the opportunity to get great ML results rises, but so does the problem of labeling all the The post Data-Centric AI with Alex Ratner appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

20 July 2023


Cloud-native Search with Paul Masurel

Cloud-native Search with Paul Masurel

Elasticsearch is the most established solution today to search and analyze large amounts of logs. However, it can be costly and complex to manage. Quickwit searches large amounts of append only cloud data like logs or ledgers in a fraction time with significantly less cost than Elasticsearch. In this episode, we interview Paul Masurel, one The post Cloud-native Search with Paul Masurel appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

18 July 2023


Engineering Insights with Christina Forney

Engineering Insights with Christina Forney

As Companies scale and their codebase becomes large, it can become difficult to measure team effectiveness. With so many moving pieces, and an increased lack of visibility, Engineering Leaders mostly rely on gut feelings to guide decisions and determine impact. Uplevel pulls meta-data from programs like Git, Slack, Jira and public calendar events and uses The post Engineering Insights with Christina Forney appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

13 July 2023


Making Data-Driven Decisions with Soumyadeb Mitra

Making Data-Driven Decisions with Soumyadeb Mitra

RudderStack is a warehouse-native customer data platform (CDP) that helps businesses collect, unify, and activate customer data from all their different sources. In today’s episode, we’re talking to Soumyadeb Mitra, the founder and CEO of RudderStack. We discuss the importance of activating all your data, how RudderStack can help you activate your data, the challenges The post Making Data-Driven Decisions with Soumyadeb Mitra appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

11 July 2023

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