Anduril Engineering with Gokul Subramanian

Anduril is a technology defense company with a focus on drones, computer vision, and other problems related to national security. It is a full-stack company that builds its own hardware and software, which leads to a great many interesting questions about cloud services, engineering workflows, and management.

Gokul Subramanian is an engineer at Anduril, and he joins the show to share his knowledge of how Anduril operates and what the company has built.

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