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The New Stack Makers

By The New Stack

Technologists building and managing new stack architectures join us for short conversations at conferences out on the tech conference circuit. These are the people defining how applications are developed and managed at scale.

  1. 1.
    Episode 306: Removing Cultural Impediments To DevOps Uptake With Chef20 June 2018
    38:14
  2. 2.
    Episode 305: Iguazio's nuclio Serves Data 100x faster than AWS19 June 2018
    21:02
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    Episode 304: Red Hat's Michael Hausenblas Discusses The State Of Functions As A Service On Kubernetes18 June 2018
    25:07
  4. 4.
    Episode 303: KubeFlow: Manage AI Workflows With Kubernetes14 June 2018
    19:56
  5. 5.
    Episode 302: Refocusing On Container Application Security13 June 2018
    29:20
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    Episode 301: The Kubernetes Community 20-Year Health Plan12 June 2018
    41:52
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    Episode 300: Inspec: Who’s Adopting It, Why, And How It Fits With Today’s DevOps Practices11 June 2018
    25:17
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    Episode 299: A New Approach to DevOps with Spinnaker on Kubernetes6 June 2018
    47:13
  1. 9.
    Episode 298: The Best CI/CD Tool for Kubernetes Doesn't Exist5 June 2018
    32:43
  2. 10.
    Episode 297: All Things Enterprise Cloud Native At Red Hat4 June 2018
    29:53
  3. 11.
    Episode 296: Onward OSCON, Portland Town is Waiting1 June 2018
    23:48
  4. 12.
    Episode 295: The State Of Application Automation And Management31 May 2018
    26:43
  5. 13.
    Episode 294: How AWS Uses Chef In A Post-Container World29 May 2018
    30:12
  6. 14.
    Episode 293: Improve Security With Automated Image Scanning Through CI/CD24 May 2018
    24:59
  7. 15.
    Episode 292: Microservices And Cloud Native Technologies23 May 2018
    22:01
  8. 16.
    Episode 291: Managing Infrastructure Through Policy Enablement22 May 2018
    19:58
  9. 17.
    Episode 290: Exploring The Dual Popularity Of Kubernetes And Serverless Architectures21 May 2018
    27:00
  10. 18.
    Episode 289: Service Mesh And Microservices In Production17 May 2018
    31:15
  11. 19.
    Episode 288: Daniel Hekman Of Grape Up Discusses Governments And Cloud Foundry16 May 2018
    23:35
  12. 20.
    Episode 287: The Importance Of DevOps In Observability15 May 2018
    14:42
  13. 21.
    Episode 286: Holberton School Scales Training To Meet DevOps Demand9 May 2018
    27:23
  14. 22.
    Episode 285: Exploring The Autonomous Cloud And The New Enterprise8 May 2018
    28:20
  15. 23.
    Episode 284: Enabling Platform Level Security For The Enterprise7 May 2018
    22:10
  16. 24.
    Episode 283: Bridget Kromhout on How Microservices Affect Managing People2 May 2018
    29:13
  17. 25.
    Episode 282: How Tibco And T-Mobile Are Ushering In 5G With CI/CD And Cloud Foundry1 May 2018
    32:04
  18. 26.
    Episode 281: Netlify's Approach To The CDN, Microservices, And Breaking Down Your Monolith30 April 2018
    19:40
  19. 27.
    Episode 280: License Compliance Is Like Saying Thank You For A Gift24 April 2018
    29:34
  20. 28.
    Episode 279: How Intel is Fostering Diversity in Open Source Communities24 April 2018
    15:32
  21. 29.
    Episode 278: All the Complexities and all the Topics for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon19 April 2018
    38:05
  22. 30.
    Episode 277: Issac Mosquera, CTO at Armory, Chats about Canaries and Testing Microservices in Production18 April 2018
    28:55
  23. 31.
    Episode 276: Sunil James, CEO of Scytale, Explains SPIFFE for You17 April 2018
    18:30
  24. 32.
    Episode 275: Ben Golub: From Storage to Docker and Back to Storage but now with Blockchain16 April 2018
    29:43
  25. 33.
    Episode 274: Breaking Down The Software Team And Platforms At Capital One12 April 2018
    13:23
  26. 34.
    Episode 273: Managing Data At Scale with Kasten's Georgi Matev11 April 2018
    18:28
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    Episode 272: A New APM Platform from Raygun, the Monitoring Provider10 April 2018
    29:43
  28. 36.
    Episode 271: Univa's Project Tortuga and the Intersections of Kubernetes and HPC Workloads9 April 2018
    17:02
  29. 37.
    Episode 270: Swim: A Raw Compute Platform That Poses Questions About the Endless Fabrics of Time5 April 2018
    37:39
  30. 38.
    Episode 269: Architectures at the Edge to Go the Last Mile3 April 2018
    12:59
  31. 39.
    Episode 268: Container Storage Environments in OpenEBS for Kubernetes and Microservices Deployments2 April 2018
    27:53
  32. 40.
    Episode 267: Characterizing the State of Microservices Adoption29 March 2018
    1:14:25
  33. 41.
    Episode 266: Beyond the Hugs: A Ratio for Valuing Open Source Contributions29 March 2018
    13:05
  34. 42.
    Episode 265: Open Source Leaders in Chasing Grace Film Discuss Challenges Women in Tech Face26 March 2018
    37:34
  35. 43.
    Episode 264: Azure CTO: Open Source is Key Component to Machine Learning in the Cloud, or On the Edge22 March 2018
    10:03
  36. 44.
    Episode 263: Automating Licensing Compliance When 90 Percent of Components are Open Source20 March 2018
    12:04
  37. 45.
    Episode 262: Moonshots are the Bomb with Fastly's Tyler McMullen14 March 2018
    28:46
  38. 46.
    Episode 261: IoT & Serverless Are the Big Focus Areas for the JS Foundation13 March 2018
    14:00
  39. 47.
    Episode 260: Dotmesh: Capturing State in Application Development and Testing Across Multiple Microservices7 March 2018
    41:35
  40. 48.
    Episode 259: Living on the Edge with Fastly's Tyler McMullen6 March 2018
    17:05
  41. 49.
    Episode 258: Are You Really Data Driven?1 March 2018
    23:28
  42. 50.
    Episode 257: The Future Of Machine Learning28 February 2018
    14:04
  43. 51.
    Episode 256: GitOps for Kubernetes: A DevOps Iteration Focused on Declarative Infrastructure27 February 2018
    46:33
  44. 52.
    Episode 255: A Candid Assessment from The New York Times CTO with Serverless and the 1990s in Mind22 February 2018
    42:44
  45. 53.
    Episode 254: Over Time, Kubernetes May Take Over The Entire Lifecycle Of Applications21 February 2018
    20:13
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    Episode 253: Inside-Out At HPE -- Working With Customers To Meet Developer Needs20 February 2018
    19:41
  47. 55.
    Episode 252: Three Use Cases Driving The Adoption Of Functions As A Service19 February 2018
    12:40
  48. 56.
    Episode 251: Cloud vs. Edge and a VC's view on What's in Store for 201814 February 2018
    26:58
  49. 57.
    Episode 250: How Do You Transform A 25-Year-Old Application?13 February 2018
    19:27
  50. 58.
    Episode 249: Bonsai CEO Mark Hammond: Can Stateless Services Produce an AI?12 February 2018
    42:39
  51. 59.
    Episode 248: HPE OneSphere: A Multi - Cloud Platform With Kubernetes Under The Hood6 February 2018
    19:39
  52. 60.
    Episode 247: Project Sansar Brings VR to Second Life5 February 2018
    28:37
  53. 61.
    Episode 246: Why Oracle Embraced Kubernetes1 February 2018
    17:23
  54. 62.
    Episode 245: The Data Center is Olympus: Operational Approaches to Securing a Kubernetes Deployment30 January 2018
    33:40
  55. 63.
    Episode 244: Diversity & Inclusion: Why You Should Care25 January 2018
    29:23
  56. 64.
    Episode 243: Microsoft Expands Kubernetes Toolset23 January 2018
    17:16
  57. 65.
    Episode 241: Strengthening the Kubernetes Core for Improved Operations23 January 2018
    42:02
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    Episode 242: Why Cloud-Native Architectures Are Inherently More Secure23 January 2018
    27:13
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    Episode 240: How Technology And Culture Influence Each Other22 January 2018
    18:21
  60. 68.
    Episode 239: The Future Of The Cloud Native Computing Foundation17 January 2018
    20:59
  61. 69.
    Episode 238: CSI, The Container Community, and Kubernetes16 January 2018
    26:55
  62. 70.
    Episode 237: VMs, Clouds, And Containers: Similarities, Differences, And Where They Are Going15 January 2018
    35:32
  63. 71.
    Episode 236: How Next-Gen Applications Will Change The Way We Look At Data11 January 2018
    45:21
  64. 72.
    Episode 235: Exploring Node.js With Mark Hinkle, Executive Director Of The Node.js Foundation10 January 2018
    16:36
  65. 73.
    Episode 234: How Kubernetes Certification Works To Ensure Interoperability9 January 2018
    19:22
  66. 74.
    Episode 233: Who Is {Code}?8 January 2018
    13:44
  67. 75.
    Episode 232: The Technical Architecture Behind TICK, A Time Series Analysis Platform Using InfluxDB4 January 2018
    15:47
  68. 76.
    Episode 231: How To Add Value When Orchestration Becomes A Commodity3 January 2018
    20:42
  69. 77.
    Episode 230: When Kubernetes Is Not The Only Answer3 January 2018
    22:20
  70. 78.
    Episode 229: How Serverless Technologies Impact Kubernetes28 December 2017
    21:09
  71. 79.
    Episode 227: SIGs And The Kubernetes Community26 December 2017
    21:29
  72. 80.
    Episode 228: A Kubernetes App SIG Deep Dive26 December 2017
    16:52
  73. 81.
    Episode 226: What Is Storage To Cloud Native And Why Is It Important?21 December 2017
    28:38
  74. 82.
    Episode 225: Cloud Native Architecture And The Role Of Storage21 December 2017
    16:30
  75. 83.
    Episode 224: The Future Beyond Kubernetes 1.920 December 2017
    35:17
  76. 84.
    Episode 223: Abstractions in Container Storage: The Rex-Ray and CSI Story19 December 2017
    31:05
  77. 85.
    Episode 222: Trilio Data, A Time Machine For OpenStack Data18 December 2017
    18:46
  78. 86.
    Episode 221: Evolution Of OpenStack: Radhesh Balakrishnan13 December 2017
    20:06
  79. 87.
    Episode 220: Where Is Kubernetes Headed In 2018 And Beyond?12 December 2017
    27:52
  80. 88.
    Episode 219: Open Source Is The Best Insurance For The Future: Eddie Satterly Talks About IAG4 December 2017
    27:58
  81. 89.
    Episode 218: Open To Collaborate: OpenStack Goes Back To Its Roots29 November 2017
    23:48
  82. 90.
    Episode 216: EngineerBetter's Hosted Concourse CI Service Is Now In Limited Beta22 November 2017
    18:36
  83. 91.
    Episode 215: Typeform: To Go and Beyond21 November 2017
    8:18
  84. 92.
    Episode 214: How Cloud Foundry Helps Developers Embrace Flexibility While Balancing Security20 November 2017
    23:02
  85. 93.
    Episode 213: CircleCI's Technical Architecture is Built for Scalability16 November 2017
    29:54
  86. 94.
    Episode 212: The Evolving Developer Advocate Role: A Conversation With Google's Kim Bannerman15 November 2017
    19:02
  87. 95.
    Episode 211: Finding The Right Fit With Data-Driven Apps And The Connection To Cloud Foundry13 November 2017
    15:13
  88. 96.
    Episode 210: Do Serverless And Abstract Architectures Have A Place In DevOps?9 November 2017
    33:52
  89. 97.
    Episode 209: Cloud Foundry: Focusing On Flexibility And Choice For A Cloud-Native World8 November 2017
    16:28
  90. 98.
    Episode 208: Vulnerability Management At Scale: A Talk With Pivotal's Technical Program Manager Of Security7 November 2017
    10:54
  91. 99.
    Episode 207: Lori MacVittie of F5 Networks: Who’s in Charge of Automated Security?6 November 2017
    33:20
  92. 100.
    Episode 206: The New Cloud Foundry Container Runtime: Just The Facts2 November 2017
    21:57
  93. 101.
    Episode 205: Kubernetes Co-Founder Brendan Burns: Orchestration Is Becoming A Commodity31 October 2017
    14:57
  94. 102.
    Episode 204: The Portworx Technical Architecture For Storage In Container Clusters30 October 2017
    22:20
  95. 103.
    Episode 203: Schuberg Philis' Journey With Cloudstack And Kubernetes26 October 2017
    11:57
  96. 104.
    Episode 202: StackPointCloud Now Offers Management Services For Istio Mesh25 October 2017
    12:58
  97. 105.
    Episode 201: With Container's Maturity, Comes a New World of Stateful Services24 October 2017
    9:16
  98. 106.
    Episode 200: Chef's Adam Jacob On Configuration Management Versus The Human Element23 October 2017
    39:54
  99. 107.
    Episode 199: Mesosphere's Founders On The Modern Role Of The Scheduler18 October 2017
    32:56
  100. 108.
    Episode 198: Folding The Big Tent: What's Next For OpenStack17 October 2017
    14:05
  101. 109.
    Episode 197: Mastercard's Ken Owens On Bridging The Gap Between Tech And Customers16 October 2017
    29:13
  102. 110.
    Episode 196: Defining Ease Of Use On Azure Means Meeting Developers Halfway11 October 2017
    18:29
  103. 111.
    Episode 195: The New Inherent Complexity of Delivering Open Source Software on Cloud Services9 October 2017
    19:29
  104. 112.
    Episode 194: Why Azure App Service Embraces Containers and Now Runs on Linux5 October 2017
    12:14
  105. 113.
    Episode 193: Deeply Nested Code, Bugs and Distributed Systems4 October 2017
    11:02
  106. 114.
    Episode 192: Microsoft Builds a BASIC Bridge to Containers with .NET Core 2.03 October 2017
    43:34
  107. 115.
    Episode 191: A Geek's Rap About Neural Networks29 September 2017
    2:57
  108. 116.
    Episode 190: A Universal Resource Broker To Connect Mesos And Kubernetes28 September 2017
    25:45
  109. 117.
    Episode 189: The Art of the Neural Network27 September 2017
    18:06
  110. 118.
    Episode 188: Lyft’s Envoy and the Emerging Prospects of Service Mesh Architecture26 September 2017
    27:21
  111. 119.
    Episode 187: Why Containers Are Everywhere in Microsoft Azure25 September 2017
    23:06
  112. 120.
    Episode 186: The Container Landscape's Maturity Evident in {code} Storage Projects22 September 2017
    9:40
  113. 121.
    Episode 185: How Much DevOps Data Collection Is Enough?20 September 2017
    42:35
  114. 122.
    Episode 184: PagerDuty CTO: How Much Should a Re-imagined ‘Ops’ Combine with ‘Dev?’19 September 2017
    16:16
  115. 123.
    Episode 183: PagerDuty CEO on the Advanced State of DevOps Evolution12 September 2017
    38:11
  116. 124.
    Episode 182: Cloud Native Apps Lead Red Hat OpenShift Customers to Enterprise Integration28 August 2017
    38:44
  117. 125.
    Episode 180: Plotting the Kubernetes Roadmap25 August 2017
    52:41
  118. 126.
    Episode 181: Maintaining the Kubernetes Life Cycle25 August 2017
    27:31
  119. 127.
    Episode 179: Kubernetes 1.7 and Extensibility24 August 2017
    40:37
  120. 128.
    Episode 178: Twistlock on Rethinking the Developer Pipeline24 August 2017
    28:18
  121. 129.
    Episode 177: Kubernetes’ Impact on the Supply Chain22 August 2017
    47:08
  122. 130.
    Episode 176: Codeship’s Laura Frank on Orchestration and the Developer Culture15 August 2017
    31:20
  123. 131.
    Episode 175: MapR’s Ted Dunning: The Intersection of Machine Learning and Containers8 August 2017
    38:25
  124. 132.
    Episode 174: The Story Behind Capital One's Fork Of An Open Source Project31 July 2017
    22:37
  125. 133.
    Episode 173: How ADP Adopted a Container Mindset27 July 2017
    34:41
  126. 134.
    Episode 172: Dell Boomi CEO Chris McNabb on Integration as a Service25 July 2017
    18:38
  127. 135.
    Episode 171: CoreOS' Caleb Miles on Making Kubernetes24 July 2017
    27:31
  128. 136.
    Episode 170: Adopting An ‘Inner Source’ Culture Within Organizations20 July 2017
    23:34
  129. 137.
    Episode 169: What Will The Internet Seem Like In 5 Years19 July 2017
    5:26
  130. 138.
    Episode 168: Comcast Has Over 1,500 Developers Working on Cloud Foundry18 July 2017
    22:15
  131. 139.
    Episode 167: Apache’s Jim Jagielski On The Changing Philosophies Of Open Source Licensing17 July 2017
    21:21
  132. 140.
    Episode 166: Cloud Custodian And Capital One Ask: 'What’s In Your Amazon Cloud?'14 July 2017
    16:22
  133. 141.
    Episode 165: SAP: Microservices Drove The Need For Cloud Foundry12 July 2017
    29:08
  134. 142.
    Episode 164: With Speed Comes Challenges In App Development That Test Security Practices11 July 2017
    17:10
  135. 143.
    Episode 163: How Equinix Is Architecting The Digital Edge10 July 2017
    15:56
  136. 144.
    Episode 162: How Mendix Takes Cloud Foundry From An Apps Platform To ‘Business Engineering’7 July 2017
    22:58
  137. 145.
    Episode 161: Why Healthcare Research Needs Multi-Tenant Orchestration to Save Lives6 July 2017
    43:10
  138. 146.
    Episode 160: Allstate Navigates a Sea Change in Business Processes with Cloud Foundry5 July 2017
    22:23
  139. 147.
    Episode 159: What Kubo Brings To Cloud Foundry And Kubernetes28 June 2017
    33:38
  140. 148.
    Episode 158: Look For More Open Source Extensions With Cloud Foundry This Year27 June 2017
    11:57
  141. 149.
    Episode 157: Microsoft Is For Open Source Developers26 June 2017
    25:52
  142. 150.
    Episode 156: Delivering Performance Metrics for Everyone’s Unique Perspective20 June 2017
    22:32
  143. 151.
    Episode 155: Chef, The Company That Is Big On Hugs20 June 2017
    14:47
  144. 152.
    Episode 154: The Need For Infrastructure Tooling In The Serverless Ecosystem19 June 2017
    16:54
  145. 153.
    Episode 153: OpenWhisk, Bluemix, And Event-Driven Architectures In The Cloud16 June 2017
    14:52
  146. 154.
    Episode 152: Skipping Containers Altogether For Serverless Environments15 June 2017
    21:52
  147. 155.
    Episode 151: Achieving Continuous Automation With Speed And Quality As The Outcome14 June 2017
    26:43
  148. 156.
    Episode 150: How Serverless Is Shaping The Future Of Software Development13 June 2017
    29:23
  149. 157.
    Episode 149: OK Google, Kelsey Hightower's ChefConf Keynote Was Totally Dope12 June 2017
    18:09
  150. 158.
    Episode 148: Three Perspectives On The Evolution Of Container Security9 June 2017
    43:26
  151. 159.
    Episode 147: What Oracle is Developing with its Hyperscale Cloud7 June 2017
    27:35
  152. 160.
    Episode 146: Provenance - The Peace Of Mind Chef Habitat Seeks To Deliver6 June 2017
    19:31
  153. 161.
    Episode 145: Apcera: Old Apps Spanning New Clouds5 June 2017
    8:47
  154. 162.
    Episode 144: InSpec: Human Readable, Automated Compliance2 June 2017
    26:37
  155. 163.
    Episode 143: SXSW 2017: How Capital One Became Technology-First With Open Source1 June 2017
    17:42
  156. 164.
    Episode 142: The Evolution Of SAP HANA Express31 May 2017
    18:59
  157. 165.
    Episode 141: At Chef, The Band Will Always Play30 May 2017
    19:12
  158. 166.
    Episode 140: Women Engineers Who Inspire And Never Give Up29 May 2017
    28:30
  159. 167.
    Episode 139: ChatBots Could Finally Make Knowledge Management Painless26 May 2017
    14:35
  160. 168.
    Episode 138: Taking The Next Steps In Developing An Open Source Culture24 May 2017
    27:25
  161. 169.
    Episode 137: Establishing Best Practices For Adopting Kubernetes23 May 2017
    36:34
  162. 170.
    Episode 136: Dev Or Ops Doesn’t Matter, You Need Observability22 May 2017
    11:35
  163. 171.
    Episode 135: TNS Eats Austin: Chowing Down In A Conference Town21 May 2017
    4:23
  164. 172.
    Episode 134: OSCON Is Coming Back To Portland, A Show Wrapup With Co-Chair Kelsey Hightower19 May 2017
    14:58
  165. 173.
    Episode 133: Meet Mark Hinkle, The New Executive Director For The Node.js Foundation16 May 2017
    9:34
  166. 174.
    Episode 132: How Capital One Brings Open Source To The Banking Industry15 May 2017
    15:30
  167. 175.
    Episode 131: Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Data Science12 May 2017
    28:05
  168. 176.
    Episode 130: How VMware Views The Intersection Of Virtualization And Containers10 May 2017
    19:08
  169. 177.
    Episode 129: Helping Engineers Assess Their Skills And Prepare For Coding Interviews9 May 2017
    28:25
  170. 178.
    Episode 128: SUSE Joins the CNCF, Brings Kubernetes to OpenStack78 May 2017
    24:41
  171. 179.
    Episode 127: Cloud Foundry Service Broker API: Simplicity Is the Secret Sauce3 May 2017
    30:26
  172. 180.
    Episode 126: Capital One Opened its APIs to Third-Party Developers — Here’s What They Learned1 May 2017
    16:14
  173. 181.
    Episode 125: Red Hat and Dell EMC: Two Perspectives from DockerCon28 April 2017
    17:54
  174. 182.
    Episode 124: Developers First: The Cloud Foundry Service Broker API and Kubernetes26 April 2017
    15:50
  175. 183.
    Episode 123: Docker's Quest for Simplicity with the Evolution of Containerd24 April 2017
    15:47
  176. 184.
    Episode 122: Mapping the Future of CoreOS's rkt in the CNCF21 April 2017
    19:47
  177. 185.
    Episode 121: What's Next for the Kubernetes AWS SIG19 April 2017
    16:11
  178. 186.
    Episode 120: Kubernetes and Continuous Deployment18 April 2017
    17:46
  179. 187.
    Episode 119: Vulnerability Coordination with Hacker One17 April 2017
    19:07
  180. 188.
    Episode 118: The Future of the Kubernetes Ecosystem14 April 2017
    19:10
  181. 189.
    Episode 117: Kubernetes Sets the Stage for Container-Native Storage13 April 2017
    23:57
  182. 190.
    Episode 116: Artificial Intelligence Should be Able to Empathize, not Just Understand11 April 2017
    28:14
  183. 191.
    Episode 115: Exploring the Latest Container Runtime Projects in the CNCF10 April 2017
    14:43
  184. 192.
    Episode 114: CNCF Executive Director Dan Kohn: What's Next for CNCF in 20177 April 2017
    12:16
  185. 193.
    Episode 113: How the Codenvy Language Server Protocol Helps IDEs5 April 2017
    22:47
  186. 194.
    Episode 112: Chatbots Are Invading HipChat (And that's a Good Thing)31 March 2017
    14:46
  187. 195.
    Episode 111: SXSW 2017: How Good Engineers Make Bad Business Decisions29 March 2017
    20:40
  188. 196.
    Episode 110: Expanding Chatbot Use Cases with Gupshup27 March 2017
    20:59
  189. 197.
    Episode 109: SXSW 2017: Data-Driven Applications with Capital One DevExchange's Hydrograph24 March 2017
    14:21
  190. 198.
    Episode 108: SXSW 2017: How Machine Learning Differs From Regular Programming23 March 2017
    19:53
  191. 199.
    Episode 107: City as a Service: Helping Cities See the Value of Data22 March 2017
    45:54
  192. 200.
    Episode 106: SXSW 2017: Make APIs as Easy to Use as the Web20 March 2017
    15:01

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