August 31, 2016
Ep. #12, Security Ergonomics
In this episode of Don't Make Me Code, David and Steve are joined by Guy Podjarny, CEO of Snyk. The group discuss the current state of devel...
In this week’s digest learn about our newest member NodeSource, Rainforest announces an upcoming webinar, Serverless interviews the team behind the hackathon project that put the Australian government to shame, and two brand new podcasts in the Heavybit network: Demuxed & The Secure Developer.
Rainforest announced an upcoming webinar titled Women, Company Culture, and Remote Teams: What It’s Like to Work on a Distributed Team. Rainforest will bring together four Rainforest QA women from around the world to chat about their experience working on a distributed team. RSVP for the webinar today.
Austin Wilshire and Bernd Hartzer received world-wide attention in August when they built an alternative Australian Bureau of Statistics Census website for $10 million less than the Australian government. Using serverless architecture the two were able to build a better site during a weekend hackathon. Watch the full interview with Serverless CEO Austen Collins and Dev Evangelist David Wells here.
Demuxed is a show for and by engineers working with video on the web. In our first episode, hosts Matt, Steve, & Phil are joined by Reinhard Grandl, Solutions Architect at Bitmovin. The group has a great discussion about NAB 2016, 360 video on the web, and what’s next in online video delivery formats. Listen to the episode and read the transcript here.
The Secure Developer is all about security for developers, covering tools and best practices, hosted by Snyk Founder & CEO Guy Podjarny. In our first episode, Guy is joined by Kyle Randolph, Principal Security Engineer at Optimizely. Kyle and Guy discuss the sometimes difficult but always important task of prioritizing security in your engineering organization. Check the full episode and transcript here.
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