Sean Falconer

Sean’s been an academic, startup founder, and Googler. He has published works covering a wide range of topics from information visualization to quantum computing. Currently, Sean is Head of Marketing and Developer Relations at Skyflow and host of the podcast Partially Redacted, a podcast about privacy and security engineering. You can connect with Sean on Twitter @seanfalconer.

Vercel AI with Lee Robinson

Vercel provides a cloud platform to rapidly deploy web projects, and they develop the highly successful Next.js framework. The company recently made headlines when they

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JetBrains AI with Jodie Burchell

Jodie Burchell is the Data Science Developer Advocate at JetBrains, which makes integrated development environments or, IDEs, for many major languages. After observing the rapid

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Vespa is a fully featured search engine and vector database, and it has integrated ML model inference. The project open sourced in 2017, and since

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Weights & Biases with Chris Van Pelt

Machine learning model research requires running expensive, long-running experiments where even a slight mis-calibration can cost millions of dollars in underutilized compute resources. Once trained,

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Sofascore with Josip Stuhli

If you’re a sports fan and like to track sports statistics and results, you’ve probably heard of Sofascore. The website started in 2010 and ran

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Shopify with Mike Shaver

Shopify is an e-commerce platform focused on enabling small businesses to sell online. The company was founded in 2006 and since then has become a

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Temporal with Max Fateev

There are countless real world scenarios where a workflow or process has multiple steps, and some steps must be completed before others can be started.

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GitBook with Addison Schultz

 Documentation is something that everyone knows is important but it’s often difficult to get right. On software teams, good documentation can help to onboard

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Streamlit with Amanda Kelly

The importance of data teams is undeniable. Most companies today use data to drive decision-making on anything from software feature development to product strategy, hiring

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Ethical GPTs with Amruta Moktali

Generative pre-trained transformer models, or GPT models, have countless applications and are being rapidly deployed across a wide range of domains. However, using GPT models

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Shift Conference with Ivan Burazin

In the Software Industry, Conferences are crucial for developers, offering learning, networking, and collaboration opportunities. Attendees stay updated on the latest technologies, gain new skills,

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Pebblebed with Keith Adams

Keith Adams has worked previously at Facebook and has also been a Chief Architect at Slack. He joins us today to discuss technology, startups, investing,

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