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Human Sized Robots with Zach Allen

Robots are making their way into every area of our lives. Security robots roll around industrial parks at night, monitoring the area for intruders. Amazon robots tirelessly move packages

Notebooks at Netflix with Matthew Seal

Netflix has petabytes of data and thousands of workloads running across that data every day. These workloads generate movie recommendations for users, create dashboards for data analysts

Kubernetes in China with Dan Kohn

Chinese Internet companies operate at a massive scale. WeChat has over a billion users and is widely used as the primary means of payment by urban Chinese consumers. Alibaba ships 12

Why Is Storage On Kubernetes So Hard?

Container orchestration tools like Kubernetes are revolutionizing the way applications are being developed and deployed. With the rise of the microservices architecture and decoupling of

AWS Analysis with Corey Quinn

Amazon Web Services changed how software engineers work. Before AWS, it was common for startups to purchase their own physical servers. AWS made server resources as accessible as an API