< Episode 5 >
Anders Wallgren, CTO at Electric Cloud, on DevOps metrics that actually mean something
Deployment frequency, development lead time, MTTR, MTBF, code coverage, cycle time -- these metrics, like all metrics, can be absolutely key or utterly meaningless. Don't just ask which metrics to use. Ask how to use these metrics to deliver better software, faster.
< Episode 4 >
Sam Atkinson, Zone Leader at DZone, on what developers can learn from astronauts
NASA is waterfall, Russia is lean, STS is expensive (and retired!), Soyuz is cheap and keeps evolving. The parallels run deeper than you think -- Sam Atkinson is writing a whole book about them.
< Episode 3 >
Tyler Jewell, Founder and CEO of Codenvy and Project Lead for Eclipse Che
Juggling multiple simultaneous coding problems at a deeper level than multiple IDE views; avoiding mental context-switching during dev environment setup and configuration; and building a common language server protocol for supporting context-aware, IntelliSense-like, in-IDE help for all languages and IDEs. Recorded on June 28, 2016 at Moscone West in San Francisco.
< Episode 2 >
Randy Kilmon, VP of Engineering at Black Duck
Container security, empirical analysis of code signatures, source vs. binary static program auditing, and the challenges of maintaining secure software in an increasingly fast-paced open-source world. Recorded on June 28, 2016 at Moscone West in San Francisco.
< Episode 1 >
Owen Garrett, Head of Products at NGINX
HTTP server scaling 101, or: how NGINX built a high-performance, event-driven, DoS-resistant, thread-efficient, open-source web server and load balancer. Recorded on June 28, 2016 at Moscone West in San Francisco.