We have a different combination of the hosts for this episode where we continue the series on the types of database systems available and why you might choose one over another. Michael continues impressing by recalling everything we’ve ever said on our 500+ hours of podcasts, Allen enjoys learning about a database system he’d never come across, and Joe is loaded up and ready for his trek to Georgia, USA.[Read more…]
You asked, we listened! A request from one of our Slack channels was to go over the various types of databases and why you might choose one over another. Join us in another information filled episode where Joe won’t be attending the event he’s been promoting and Allen tries to keep his voice together for the entirety of the episode, and almost succeeded.[Read more…]
This episode we are talking about keeping the internet interesting and making cool things by looking at PagedOut and Itch.io. Also, Allen won’t ever mark you down, Outlaw won’t ever give you up, and Joe took a note to say something about Barbie here but he can’t remember what it was.
The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode226[Read more…]
It’s that time of year…the time we (reluctantly) look back at what we said we were going to do this past year and see if we actually did it. Then, we repeat history and set some goals we’ll likely look back and wish we’d accomplished this time next year. In addition, we continue with the antics we’re known for, Joe gets a little aggressive in Mental Blocks, Outlaw has finally nailed nouns (or so we thought), and Allen tries not to look back at 2023’s plans.
The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode225[Read more…]
This episode we are talking about the future of tech with the Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2024. Also, Allen is looking into the crystal ball, Joe is getting lo, and Outlaw is getting into curling.
The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode224.[Read more…]
It’s that time of year again when the three of us reflect on the things we’ve bought and loved, or the things we want to get…and want to love…So, come join us in this episode for our usual amount of fun while seeing if there’s anything that might make your shopping list! A small note – we forgot to get this episode out before Black Friday but we’re releasing a day early so you can at least make Cyber Monday! And who are we joking nowadays? Black Friday seems to run from Nov 1 to Nov 30. Remember, if you’re going to do some shopping, please do use our links as they help the show out – you’ll pay the same as if you went directly to the sites but we’ll make a few pennies for showing you the way! Happy Holidays and shopping to all!
The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode223.[Read more…]
Ever looked at a Gartner report? We talk about the Technology Adoption Roadmap for Midsize Enterprises 2022, and the cloud services you’re married to in this episode. Also, Joe’s drumming up business ideas, Allen’s laying down the law and Outlaw never forgets.
See the full show notes a https://www.codingblocks.net/episode222[Read more…]
Join us as we get back into the world of Open Telemetry. Piggy-backing on previous conversations from the Google SRE series as well as DevOps, metrics and instrumentation is a key component of understanding what’s happening with your systems. Follow along as Michael, Allen and Joe dive into Open Telemetry’s Metric offerings.[Read more…]
We’ve got a smorgasbord of delights for you this week, ranging from mechanical switches to the cloud and beyond. Also, Michael’s cosplaying as Megaman, Joe learns the difference between Clicks and Clacks, and Allen takes no prisoners.
See the full show notes a https://www.codingblocks.net/episode220[Read more…]
We’ve mentioned in the past that the code we write isn’t maintaining heartbeats or being used in life-critical settings, but what if your code is? NASA happens to be a company who has code that is life and mission critical and it’s very possible it won’t even be accessible once it leaves earth. In this episode, we explore what has been deemed “The Power of 10” for writing safety-critical code.
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