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Development Follow 292 Followers

Towards Memory Safety in Intel SGX Enclave

Posted by Yu Ding  on  Jan 02, 2018 Posted by Yu Ding Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 02, 2018

Yu Ding discusses Rust SGX SDK which combines Intel SGX together with Rust. Developers could write memory-safe SGX enclave easily, eliminating the possibility of being pwned intrinsically.

38:11
Culture & Methods Follow 331 Followers

From a Laptop in a Box to a Successful Product Launch

Posted by Elise Aplin  on  Dec 30, 2017 Posted by Elise Aplin Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 30, 2017

Elise Aplin tells from her experience as a PM, an Agile journey to a successful beta launch, discussing practices used while implementing Objective Key Results and Hypothesis Driven Developments.

37:46
Culture & Methods Follow 331 Followers

Including Autism – The Person First

Posted by Estie Boteler  on  Dec 30, 2017 1 Posted by Estie Boteler Follow 0 Followers , Anthony Boteler Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 30, 2017 1

Estie Boteler and Anthony Boteler discuss what “autism” is, challenging certain views and values towards a person with a disability, suggesting how to support inclusive practices in the workplace.

54:15
Development Follow 292 Followers

Bot Chat: Creating Your First Slack Bot

Posted by Brice McIver  on  Dec 29, 2017 1 Posted by Brice McIver Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 29, 2017 1

Brice McIver explains how to create a Slack bot, developing a JavaScript-based bot and showing how to integrate it into a Slack team.

57:38
Culture & Methods Follow 331 Followers

The Service-Delivery Review: The Missing Agile Feedback Loop

Posted by Matthew Philip  on  Dec 29, 2017 Posted by Matthew Philip Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 29, 2017

Matthew Philip introduces the service-delivery review as a feedback forum, explaining the basics of how to conduct a service-delivery review and the benefits, as well as typical fitness metrics.

48:46
Development Follow 292 Followers

The Why of Go

Posted by Carmen Andoh  on  Dec 28, 2017 2 Posted by Carmen Andoh Follow 2 Followers  on  Dec 28, 2017 2

Carmen Andoh provides the historical context around the technical decisions of the Go language to better understand its concurrency primitives, garbage collection, and small standard library.

45:20
Data Science Follow 444 Followers

Monitoring Modern Architectures with Data Science

Posted by Dave Casper  on  Dec 28, 2017 1 Posted by Dave Casper Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 28, 2017 1

Dave Casper talks about how modern data science and algorithms are being applied to "fight machines with machines".

42:10
Architecture & Design Follow 1100 Followers

Avoiding Alerts Overload from Microservices

Posted by Sarah Wells  on  Dec 28, 2017 Posted by Sarah Wells Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 28, 2017

Sarah Wells shares the experiences of reaching over 150 microservices in production after starting to build a microservices-based system from scratch only two years go. She offers tips and tricks.

55:54
DevOps Follow 403 Followers

Is Docker Dead?

Posted by Nic Jackson  on  Dec 24, 2017 1 Posted by Nic Jackson Follow 2 Followers  on  Dec 24, 2017 1

Nic Jackson compares and contrasts the development and deployment flow for both a Docker and a Serverless project, attempting to see if Docker has already been made obsolete by serverless.

25:30
Data Science Follow 444 Followers

Bias in BigData/AI and ML

Posted by Leslie Miley  on  Dec 23, 2017 1 Posted by Leslie Miley Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 23, 2017 1

Leslie Miley discusses how inherent bias in data sets has affected things from the 2016 Presidential race to criminal sentencing in the United States.

01:00:01
Data Science Follow 444 Followers

Handling Billions of Edges in a Graph Database

Posted by Michael Hackstein  on  Dec 21, 2017 Posted by Michael Hackstein Follow 0 Followers  on  Dec 21, 2017

Michael Hackstein discusses graph databases, the current scalability problems and their solutions.

33:10
Architecture & Design Follow 1100 Followers

The Evolution of Reddit.com's Architecture

Posted by Neil Williams  on  Dec 20, 2017 Posted by Neil Williams Follow 1 Followers  on  Dec 20, 2017

Neil Williams discusses the history of the systems that power reddit.com, looking at things that worked, things that didn't, and where they're going next.

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