The InfoQ Podcast

By InfoQ

Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.

  1. 1.
    Sam Newman on Information Hiding, Ubiquitous Language, UI Decomposition and Building Microservices
    38:47
  2. 2.
    Tammy Bryant Butow on SRE Apprentices
    30:51
  3. 3.
    Francesca Lazzeri on Machine Learning for Time Series Forecasting
    34:24
  4. 4.
    Alex Matyushentsev on Argo CD, Argo Rollouts, and Continuous Delivery with Kubernetes
    33:58
  5. 5.
    Lucas Cavalcanti on Using Clojure, Microservices, Hexagonal Architecture and Public Cloud at Nubank
    35:58
  6. 6.
    What Have We Learned Over the Last Decade of Microservices?
    32:21
  7. 7.
    Michael Perry on Immutable Architecture, CAP Theorem, and CRDTs
    30:15
  8. 8.
    Fran Méndez on AsyncAPI
    29:22
  1. 9.
    Chris Richardson on Design-Time Coupling in Microservices
    31:12
  2. 10.
    Ron Pressler on Java Project Loom, Virtual Threads and Structured Concurrency
    33:40
  3. 11.
    Phil Estes on Containerd, K8s Deprecation of Dockershim, Container Runtime Architecture
    30:49
  4. 12.
    Open Policy Agent (OPA) with the Project’s Co-Creators
    33:25
  5. 13.
    Software Architecture and Design InfoQ Trends Report—April 2021
    55:52
  6. 14.
    Ted Young on Observability and the Release of OpenTelemetry 1.0
    33:25
  7. 15.
    Michael Feathers: Looking Back at Working Effectively with Legacy Code
    29:57
  8. 16.
    Clare Liguori on Automating Safe and “Hands-Off” Deployments at AWS
    34:20
  9. 17.
    Carin Meier Using Machine Learning to Combat Major Illness, such as the Coronavirus
    28:29
  10. 18.
    Service Meshes and Linkerd with William Morgan
    31:50
  11. 19.
    Ann Lewis Discusses the Political Tech Landscape, MoveOn’s Architecture, and Scaling Challenges
    34:08
  12. 20.
    Kavitha Srinivasan on Federated GraphQL Adoption, Performance Considerations, and DevEx at Netflix
    30:05
  13. 21.
    InfoQ Podcaster 2020 Year in Review: Challenges, Distributed Working & Looking to the Future
    28:51
  14. 22.
    Michelle Noorali on the Service Mesh Interface Spec and Open Service Mesh
    27:06
  15. 23.
    Stephen Wolfram on Computer Language Design, SMP, Mathematica, and Wolfram Language
    50:54
  16. 24.
    Andrew Clay Shafer on Three Economies, the Wall of Confusion, and the Origin of DevOps
    32:43
  17. 25.
    Alois Reitbauer on Cloud Native Application Delivery, Keptn, and Observability
    31:34
  18. 26.
    Asim Aslam on Microservices, go-micro, and PaaS 3.0
    24:45
  19. 27.
    Anne Currie Discusses Cloud Providers and the Environmental Impact of Software
    27:22
  20. 28.
    Matthew Skelton and Manuel Pais on Team Topologies
    32:02
  21. 29.
    Pat Helland on Software Architecture and Urban Planning
    26:39
  22. 30.
    John DesJardins on In-Memory Data Grids, Stream Processing, and App Modernization
    33:03
  23. 31.
    Yan Cui on Serverless Orchestration & Choreography, Distributed Tracking, Cold Starts, and more
    24:26
  24. 32.
    Ana Medina on Chaos Engineering, Game Days, and Learning
    29:41
  25. 33.
    Rancher on Hybrid Cloud, Kubernetes at the Edge, and Open Standards
    31:57
  26. 34.
    Rob Skillington on Metrics Collection, Uber’s M3, and OpenMetrics
    33:16
  27. 35.
    Johnny Boursiquot on Serverless Go and Site Reliability Engineering at Heroku
    41:07
  28. 36.
    Matt Debergalis on GraphQL and Data Modelling in the Enterprise
    33:35
  29. 37.
    Lin Sun and Neeraj Poddar on Istio, Wasm, and the Future of Service Mesh
    36:43
  30. 38.
    Sam Newman: Monolith to Microservices
    43:30
  31. 39.
    Marty Abbott and Tanya Cordrey on Microservices, Availability, and Managing Risk
    36:31
  32. 40.
    Dave Sudia on Migrating From a PaaS to a Kubernetes-Based Platform
    30:40
  33. 41.
    Peter Bourgon on CRDTs and State at the Edge
    37:01
  34. 42.
    Joe Duffy on Infrastructure as Code, Pulumi, and Multi-Cloud
    27:58
  35. 43.
    Dylan Schiemann on the Evolution of Dojo, Web Components and Trends in the Web Development Landscape
    32:35
  36. 44.
    Gareth Rushgrove on Kubernetes as a Platform, Applications, and Security
    30:58
  37. 45.
    Luca Mezzalira on Micro Frontends at DAZN
    34:43
  38. 46.
    Zhamak Dehghani on Data Mesh, Domain-Oriented Data, and Building Data Platforms
    33:46
  39. 47.
    Brittany Postnikoff on Security, Privacy, and Social Engineering with Robots
    22:36
  40. 48.
    Anurag Goel on Cloud Native Platforms, Developer Experience, and Scaling Kubernetes
    27:07
  41. 49.
    Greg Law on Debugging, Record & Replay of Data, and Hyper-Observability
    30:45
  42. 50.
    Idit Levine Discussing Gloo, Service Mesh Interface, and Web Assembly Hub
    38:38

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