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Welcome to the Craft of Code podcast! Get inspired by stories of developers, entrepreneurs, and enterprises who share Linode's mission to make cloud computing simple, affordable, and accessible. These profiles of alternative cloud provider use cases emphasize customer service as a critical factor in making the switch from self-hosted and hyperscale cloud providers. Craft of Code humanizes cloud infrastructure and explores the people behind the apps and the technology that brings them to life ...
 
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Theory and Craft

David Crawford and Chris Yang

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Applying the theory of computer science to the craft of software engineering. Each episode we focus on one idea from computer science and try to understand how it fits into our world as professional programmers. Think of it as book club for coders.
 
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If you’re looking for a way to build better containerized applications, it’s no easy feat. You need the right tools to ensure it’s an efficient and time-saving process. That way, you can ensure your application isn’t bogged down and runs reliably and quickly. Pieter van Noordennen, Senior Director of Growth at Slim.AI joins The Craft of Code podcas…
 
More cloud providers deliver state-of-the-art service at an attractive price point than ever before. It’s why many companies are choosing to switch providers, especially when exploring new cloud environments. But selecting a new provider is just the first part of the journey. Then comes migration. Aiming to simplify migration is Sergey Kandaurov, F…
 
Education has its fair share of challenges, especially when remote learning has become the new normal. But the CEO of Curriki, Abby Ross, believes that the ability to access interactive and engaging learning software should not be one of them. This is the main reason why Curriki is free and open to all. Curriki helps educators build interactive and…
 
How important is it to find a hosting partner that’s a good fit for your company? Rock de Vocht is the Director of Technology, CTO, and Co-Founder at SimSage, the AI powered search platform designed to make finding information more efficient. There are plenty of obstacles to overcome when building a search engine but finding a hosting solution that…
 
What does it mean to be a full-stack developer as opposed to front- or back-end? Is anyone really full-stack? Is it a reflection of who you are, or is it more about how your company chooses to operate? Whether or not you have a preference for the part of the stack you work in, there is value to expanding your understanding and collaboration.…
 
When Richard Nelson, Director of Engineering at Nuix, was looking for a hosting provider for a new project, Linode was an obvious choice. Richard has dabbled in other providers such as Google Cloud in the past. But as a long-standing Linode customer, he’s always returned to Linode. Richard joined episode two of the second season of The Craft of Cod…
 
We’re back with a brand-new series of The Craft of Code podcast! Following the success of season one, we’re bringing a series of new guests to talk all about their businesses, projects, and how Linode has helped them along their journeys. In this episode, we speak with Phil Nelson, one of the people behind RetroStrange TV and Lofi Scifi. RetroStran…
 
Mistakes are inevitable. In this episode, your hosts share some of the lessons we've learned the hard way through the mistakes we've made. Our hope is that some of you may be able to avoid making these same mistakes. But if not, at least know you're not alone and we can all improve.
 
Every day, billions of people, and hundreds of billions of transactions, depend on security based around public key infrastructure (PKI) --- the cryptographic paradigm that underpins the Internet. From electronic commerce, to streaming movies, to banking, or looking for a soul mate online, the building blocks for participating in daily life are inc…
 
We sit down with Shyamala Prayaga, founder of the Digital Assistant Academy and product owner of digital assistants for Ford Motor Company. In this conversation, we focus on the Digital Assistant Academy, which brings a use-case and craft orientation to conversational design for chatbots, virtual assistants and many other combinations. Which skills…
 
Visual effects wizardry meets machine learning in this conversation about virtual humans with Doug Roble and Matthias Wittman of Digital Domain. From Virtual Tupac, Benjamin Button, to Thanos, Digital Domain has created some of the most iconic virtual characters in media & entertainment. Now, the company is expanding its efforts into the burgeoning…
 
Communities of professionals don't just spring into being on their own. In this episode we welcome a special guest, Mike Clement, to talk with us about his experiences in starting and building communities. Meeting with a group of kindred spirits can make a huge difference in your career.
 
We sit down with Brian Storm to talk about the role of audio in developing documentary journalism. Giving people a voice is more than simply making them sound good. Conversational interviewing with great audio forms the linear spine of many a great story. How that will evolve in a world of smart speakers and social audio means it's a fantastic time…
 
After interviewing leaders in pop culture, journalism, videogames and conversational AI, the AC podcast takes a quick look at the role of audio as a storytelling medium. Looking across four main themes: audio as immersive technology, audio as a general interface to interactive technology, audio as a creative medium, and audio as a social medium, we…
 
We speak with Jeff Gomez, who is a veteran transmedia producer for some of Hollywood's biggest film franchises (ex. Pirates of the Caribbean, Avatar), video games (Halo, Splinter Cell), and toys (Mattel & Hasbro). Jeff is a big believer in the potential for audio to become an integral part of large scale branded storyworlds where the audience "dwel…
 
We interview Dr. Aki Nakamura of Japan's Ritsumeikan University Center for Game Studies about the role of audio in videogame culture in Japan and Asia. Japan is a global hotspot for game innovation and experimental media. Dr. Nakamura provides a glimpse into how new audio technologies and experiences are taking that dynamic to a new level.…
 
We sit down with Dr. Dona Kim Murphey, neuro-scientist and education advocate to talk about how the overemphasis on standardized test results ignores so much of a child's development. Dr. Murphey combines her scientific background with a fierce determination to change things on the ground for the kids in her Houston area school district, not to men…
 
Everyone has planned where to go and what to do when you get there. If it's just one stop, the routing problem is easy. Almost the same with two stops. But the more stops you add, the more complex things become. So imagine you're a public transit agency trying to calculate the best routes for the best experience for the most people in the most effi…
 
Covid-19 flipped a circuit breaker between the world before the pandemic and a different world that's emerging from the aftermath. The AC podcast dug into its archives to re-connect with some of the people we interviewed in the past. We wanted to understand how they navigated 2020 and how they're positioning themselves for the future. It's my take …
 
We speak with Brent Friedman, a narrative writer for tier-one video games like Resident Evil 2. Brent talks about how storytelling skills honed in Hollywood and video games might be redeployed for things like mask-wearing and vaccination - the stories that matter.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this show, we speak with Devin Liddell of Teague, one of the original product and service design firms. Devin speaks about sets of futures, designing the future we want, and how those processes might interact in the context of the pandemic.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
This show features a conversation with Steve Masur, a leading media and intellectual property attorney. Steve speaks about how March 13, 2020 (a Friday naturally) marked the end of the old world while Monday March 16, 2020 heralded the launch of a different world.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this show, we speak with Missy Cruz, emergency room technician and one of the first covid-19 patients in the United States. Missy walks us through some of the earliest days of the pandemic and her journey through covid-19 when first-hand knowledge was little to none.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
This episode features a conversation with Natalie Monbiot, Head of Business for Hour One. We speak about covid-19 and how the push to a virtual-centric collaborative model will accelerate the adoption of avatars and other types of virtual assistants.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this episode, we speak with Shelley Peterson, Principal Investigator for Augmented Reality for Lockheed Martin Space Systems. Shelley not only works in sky-High Tech, she personally experienced a bout with Covid-19 as one of the first patients in the state of Colorado.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
This episode features John Rossant, Chairman of the New Cities Foundation and mobility expert. We discuss how Covid-19 impacted how people and goods move around a city and what that means for the future.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this episode, we speak with Lori H. Schwartz, a top experiential marketing pro and technology watcher, about how B2B brands can stay connected with their audiences when everything goes virtual.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this episode we speak to Knotel's Edward Shenderovich about dealing with a world whose need for real estate has altered drastically, and how he's managing the transition to a remote-work future.על ידי The Soundcasting Network
 
In this episode, we spoke with Flip Keijzer, CEO of Savvii. Based in Nijmegen, in the Netherlands, Savvii provides premium, managed WordPress hosting to a global customer base. The company’s CEO, Flip Keijzer, started Savvii in 2013 as the broader web hosting market in Europe became crowded with providers becoming too similar to each other. Today, …
 
In this episode, we spoke to the founder and managing director of Swiftlet, Arthit “Art” Hongchintakul. While working in the US, Art realized that there was an opportunity to add value and foster tech talent back home in Thailand by building his own technology company. So, in 2012, Art launched software development agency, Swiftlet. His mission was…
 
In this episode, we discuss K-12 online learning tools with CTO Leo Cunha and CEO Keith Kostrzewski of Curriki. Online learning tools are often fragmented and expensive. Budget-conscious schools and districts became very aware of this during the global pandemic. Enter open-source education advocate, Curriki. Emerging from a goodwill project from Su…
 
In this episode, we spoke with Joshua Hintze, from Vendoti, about innovating with live video streaming on e-commerce applications. Joshua Hintze and McKay Christensen originally started their careers in corporate engineering before they started a VR arcade called VR Junkies. As the VR arcade grew, they looked to expand and apply their skill sets in…
 
In this episode, Chris Allen, CEO of Red5 Pro talks to us about real-time streaming video to millions of people in milliseconds. Red5 Pro got its start back in 2005 when it reverse-engineered Adobe Flash’s Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), creating an open-source alternative to the Flash communication method, eventually productizing and licensin…
 
In this episode, we spoke to Anders Brundin and Magnus Applequist, founders of Cloudnet, a web-hosting company based in Sweden. Even though you may often find Anders and Magnus snowboarding somewhere high in the Alps, retreating in the sun, or surfing on the shores of Spain, they balance that with providing premium hosting for business-critical web…
 
In this episode, we are joined by fellow Philadelphian, Chris Alfano, CTO of Jarvus. Chris is passionate about open source software and the open source community. That passion led him to reject any notion that there’s an organization too small to design and run their own software. For proof of that dedication, look no further than Jarvus, the missi…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to Feedify founder, Ankur Phadnis about the world of website engagement. Back in 2017, Ankur Phadnis saw that to stand out online, retailers needed to offer the virtual equivalences of a ‘personal touch’ and to turn browsers into buyers. How? By using website engagement tools, like push notific…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to the team from Flowlens to discuss how their all-in-one, modular software solution is helping to reduce inefficiency for small equipment manufacturers. Flowlens started as a custom software company serving manufacturers of all sizes in Northern Ireland. Now, it provides cloud customer relatio…
 
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we speak to our friends at Changelog to discuss simplicity, support and openness in their business and in their relationship with sponsors like Linode. We’re joined by Adam Stacoviak, the founder and editor-in-chief, Jerod Santo, Managing Editor, and Gerhard Lazu, Site Reliability Engineer. Changelog is…
 
Coding is a specialized skill where we learn to communicate with a machine. Unfortunately, this can often blind us to the fact that crafting code involves a lot of communication with humans. Writing clean, expressive code communicates with other coders. Communicating well with non-coders helps us understand business needs so we can write the right …
 
Failing projects are the bane of a software developer. In this episode, we discuss how principles of crafting software can rescue a failing project. Whether the problem is rooted in the code, the team, or the system, we can improve our feedback loops, make small but significant improvements, and focus on finishing instead of starting. Slowly but su…
 
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