The home team talks out encrypting DNS, the shiny new Apple gear, the ease and pitfalls of no-code/low-code application development, productivity vs. our guilt and self-loathing, and the after effects of the pandemic on our online presence.
It's a reunion episode featuring a Stack Overflow classic crew, with Ben Popper, Paul Ford, co-founder of Postlight, and Sara Chipps, engineering manager for flagship architecture at LinkedIn. We talk about Paul getting his first job in software from a footer note on the CSS mailing list. Later...
In this episode, we chat with Eran Shir, CEO of Nexar, a company that provides smart dashcams. Using machine learning and the power of crowdsourcing, Nexar aims to help everyone drive smarter without sacrificing privacy.
In this episode, we chat with Stephen Goldberg and Kyle Bernhardy from HarperDB. Their startup was born from their experience dealing with the firehose of Twitter data during sporting events, and now they have a database designed to scale well for real-time data.