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Architecture & Design Follow 1124 Followers

Service-Oriented Development

Posted by Rafael Schloming  on  Jan 13, 2018 Posted by Rafael Schloming Follow 1 Followers  on  Jan 13, 2018

Rafael Schloming talks about how the real goal of microservices is to break up a monolithic development workflow. He shows how to build software enabling to move fast and make things.

46:42
Data Science Follow 456 Followers

ML for Question and Answer Understanding @Quora

Posted by Nikhil Dandekar  on  Jan 12, 2018 Posted by Nikhil Dandekar Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 12, 2018

Nikhil Dandekar discusses how Quora extracts intelligence from questions using machine learning, including question-topic labeling, removing duplicate questions, ranking questions & answers, and more.

46:54
Culture & Methods Follow 339 Followers

Making a Bigger Impact: Important Skills to Master

Posted by Ariya Hidayat  on  Jan 12, 2018 Posted by Ariya Hidayat Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 12, 2018

Ariya Hidayat discusses the significance of tracking scopes and deliverables of a project, how to invoke changes to an organization, and how to improve the narrative of communication.

54:26
Development Follow 302 Followers

IOT and Edge Compute at Chick-fil-A

Posted by Brian Chambers  on  Jan 12, 2018 Posted by Brian Chambers Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 12, 2018

Brian Chambers talks about how Chick-fil-A architected the IoT platform and created a digital ecosystem that enables their business to deploy IoT solutions to restaurants.

42:09
Architecture & Design Follow 1124 Followers

Design for Continuous Evolution

Posted by Eric Brewer  on  Jan 10, 2018 Posted by Eric Brewer Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 10, 2018

Eric Brewer explores continuous evolution -adding features easily to a running service- a key to high velocity in development, focusing on immutability to decouple specification from instantiation.

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JavaScript Follow 192 Followers

Build-Time Optimizations in JavaScript Applications

Posted by Evan You  on  Jan 07, 2018 Posted by Evan You Follow 1 Followers  on  Jan 07, 2018

Evan You explores some existing build-time optimization ideas, introduces related work in the Vue ecosystem, and discusses ideas for future experimentation.

37:01
Culture & Methods Follow 339 Followers

“GameDay” – Achieving Resilience through Chaos Engineering

Posted by Pete Cohen  on  Jan 05, 2018 Posted by Pete Cohen Follow 1 Followers , Matt Fellows Follow 1 Followers  on  Jan 05, 2018

Pete Cohen and Matt Fellows discuss GameDay and chaos engineering, what they are, and how they were done successfully by some organizations.

46:20
Culture & Methods Follow 339 Followers

Status and Power Improv

Posted by Todd Charron  on  Jan 04, 2018 Posted by Todd Charron Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 04, 2018

Todd Charron discusses power, its role in interacting with others, and how to adjust it depending on the group or individual one is interacting with.

51:44
Development Follow 302 Followers

Evolve with Genetic Algorithms

Posted by Charlie Koster  on  Jan 04, 2018 1 Posted by Charlie Koster Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 04, 2018 1

Charlie Koster introduces genetic algorithms, what they are, what they are useful for, and demonstrates code that shows how to create and use them.

51:53
Development Follow 302 Followers

Go Programming Language

Posted by Dave Cheney  on  Jan 03, 2018 Posted by Dave Cheney Follow 2 Followers  on  Jan 03, 2018

Dave Cheney discusses the Go language: writing and interpreting benchmarks, using performance tools built into the Go runtime, GC and writing GC-friendly code.

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Architecture & Design Follow 1124 Followers

Scaling Slack

Posted by Bing Wei  on  Jan 03, 2018 Posted by Bing Wei Follow 0 Followers  on  Jan 03, 2018

Bing Wei examines the limitations that Slack's back-end ran into and how they overcame them to scale from supporting small teams to serving large organizations of hundreds and thousands of users.

36:35
Development Follow 302 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.

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