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Is Wasm the new Java? (Ship It! #106)

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Danielle Lancashire is here to tell us how Fermyon cloud is built on top of nomad and EC2 and how they put it in a box with Kubernetes and WebAssembly.

11ty goes fully independent (JS Party #325)

May 30, 2024 1:15:05 72.66 MB Downloads: 0

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Microsoft is all-in on AI: Part 1 (Changelog Interviews #593)

May 30, 2024 1:04:14 61.84 MB Downloads: 0

Scott Guthrie joins the show this week from Microsoft Build 2024 to discuss Microsoft being all-in on AI. From Copilot, to Azure AI and Prompty, to their developer first focus, leading GitHub, VS Code being the long bet that paid off, to the future of a doctor’s bedside manner assisted with AI. Microsoft is all-in on AI and Build 2024’s discussions and announcements proves it.

Your ultimate guide to mastering Go (Go Time #317)

May 29, 2024 1:02:53 60.88 MB Downloads: 0

Angelica is joined by Samantha Coyle to talk about her newly published textbook: Go Programming - From Beginner to Professional. This book serves as a go-to guide to master Go for real-world software dev success covering fundamentals to advanced topics.

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May 29, 2024 40:50 39.45 MB Downloads: 0

At the age of 72, U.S. Representative Don Beyer of Virginia enrolled at GMU to pursue a Master’s degree in C.S. with a concentration in Machine Learning. Rep. Beyer is Vice Chair of the bipartisan Artificial Intelligence Caucus & Vice Chair of the NDC’s AI Working Group. He is the author of the AI Foundation Model Transparency Act & a lead cosponsor of the CREATE AI Act, the Federal Artificial Intelligence Risk Management Act & the Artificial Intelligence Environmental Impacts Act. We hope you tune into this inspiring, nonpartisan conversation with Rep. Beyer about his decision to dive into the deep end of the AI pool & his leadership in bringing that expertise to Capitol Hill.

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May 28, 2024 08:46 8.74 MB Downloads: 0

Swizec’s article on not using AI to writes tests, LlamaFs is a self-organizing file system with Llama 3, a Pew Research analysis confirmed that the internet is full of broken links, Sam Rose built a spectacular interactive study of queueing strategies & Jordan Cutler shares a real-life experience of him writing clear/readable code… and it backfiring.

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May 24, 2024 1:06:34 64.12 MB Downloads: 0

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May 23, 2024 57:32 55.68 MB Downloads: 0

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May 22, 2024 2:32:33 146.61 MB Downloads: 0

Bryan Cantrill, Co-founder and CTO of Oxide Computer Company, joins Adam to share his journey from Sun to Oxide – from Sun and Fishworks, to DTrace, to ZFS, to Joyent and Node.js, and now working to build on-prem cloud servers as they should be at Oxide.

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Alex Kretzschmar joins Adam to discuss their experiences with building the “perfect media server” and all the hardware and software involved to make it happen — LinuxServer.io, PerfectMediaServer.com, Plex, Jellyfin, ZFS, mergerfs, TrueNAS, Docker Compose and so much more in this episode.