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Microservices, Distributed Teams, and Conferences with Juan Pablo Buriticá

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/Ride_Edited.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download “With any system, whether it’s an organization or a biological system, or an information system, communication is always going to be a challenge. And how pieces of the system communicate will have a direct impact on how effective impact on how effective or efficient that organism or organization is.” In today’s episode, Ben Halpern interviews Juan Buritica, VP of Engineering at Ride. They

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The Fluent Conference with Peter Cooper and Simon St. Laurent

“Its very easy to run an event where you have people literally teaching you what you could learn from a book or a video or whatever. What we need to provide is an experience, so that people can actually make a transformation from where they are now to where they want to be.”

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The Ruby Community with Marty Haught

“Every time I’ve gone to a conference, there’s always been some new idea or some new way of working that I’ve been exposed to.”

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QCon: Fundamental Answers

Software Engineering Daily prefaces each theme with a collection of fundamental questions. These are the answers to our questions from QCon Week. What are the common threads that disparate speakers are talking about? You are building a distributed system. “There will never be a silver bullet,” said Caitie McCaffrey. Consistency, availability, and partition tolerance: pick two, and you often have no choice but to first pick partition tolerance. Engineers must first identify

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