Today's episode is a fascinating discussion with Mitchell Hashimoto, cofounder of HashiCorp, who recently returned to the role of independent contributor after stints as both CEO and CTO. We talk about his journey learning to write software, how he came up with the idea for Terraform, and why he prefers slinging code to executive roles.
Infrastructure as code is growing in popularity, but to adopt it at scale, organizations need better ways to collaborate and automate it.
Ben, Ryan, Cassidy, and Ceora talk about Cryptoland, “the first physical crypto island,” which has drawn fyre (oops, fire) from people trying to figure out whether it’s a real project, a parody, or a scam.
On this episode, we talk to John Myers, CTO and cofounder of Gretel, a company that provides synthetic data for training machine learning models without exposing any of their customers personally identifiable information.
Modern apps have been engineered to capture your attention. We explore how to break free and find more focus for your own programming.
Are occasional disasters among widely used open source projects inevitable, or can we find a way to better fund maintainers and security?
From teachers to tutorials to peer groups, and now, video games, there are lots of ways to acquire skills on the AWS platform.
Data scientists and engineers don’t always play well together. We discuss an approach to your tech stack that can bring them together.
Ben, Ryan, and Cassidy talk with Esther Jang, Matt Johnson, and Chris Webb of Seattle’s Local Connectivity Lab, a nonprofit that works in concert with the University of Washington to facilitate community-focused technology development and research.