This browser doesn't support Spotify Web Player. Switch browsers or download Spotify for your desktop.

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.
    The InfoQ Podcast - Pat Helland09/21/2020
    26:39
  2. 2.
    John DesJardins on In-Memory Data Grids, Stream Processing, and App Modernization09/14/2020
    33:03
  3. 3.
    Akhilesh Gupta on the Architecture of LinkedIn’s Real-time Messaging Platform09/07/2020
    22:30
  4. 4.
    Yan Cui on Serverless Orchestration & Choreography, Distributed Tracking, Cold Starts, and more08/31/2020
    24:26
  5. 5.
    Liran Haimovitch on Understandability, Complexity, and Live Debugging08/21/2020
    22:52
  6. 6.
    Ana Medina on Chaos Engineering, Game Days, and Learning08/10/2020
    29:41
  7. 7.
    Stefan Prodan on Progressive Delivery, Flagger, and GitOps07/28/2020
    38:01
  8. 8.
    Rancher on Hybrid Cloud, Kubernetes at the Edge, and Open Standards07/10/2020
    31:57
  1. 9.
    Nora Jones on Resilience Engineering, Mental Models, and Learning from Incidents07/03/2020
    36:00
  2. 10.
    Rob Skillington on Metrics Collection, Uber’s M3, and OpenMetrics06/26/2020
    33:16
  3. 11.
    Johnny Boursiquot on Serverless Go and Site Reliability Engineering at Heroku06/19/2020
    41:07
  4. 12.
    Matt Debergalis on GraphQL and Data Modelling in the Enterprise06/13/2020
    33:35
  5. 13.
    Lin Sun and Neeraj Poddar on Istio, Wasm, and the Future of Service Mesh05/31/2020
    36:43
  6. 14.
    Sam Newman: Monolith to Microservices05/25/2020
    43:30
  7. 15.
    Tracy Miranda on the Continuous Delivery Foundation, Interoperability, and Open Standards05/15/2020
    24:04
  8. 16.
    Marty Abbott and Tanya Cordrey on Microservices, Availability, and Managing Risk05/08/2020
    36:31
  9. 17.
    Dave Sudia on Migrating From a PaaS to a Kubernetes-Based Platform04/17/2020
    30:40
  10. 18.
    Peter Bourgon on CRDTs and State at the Edge04/03/2020
    37:01
  11. 19.
    Joe Duffy on Infrastructure as Code, Pulumi, and Multi-Cloud03/27/2020
    27:58
  12. 20.
    Dylan Schiemann on the Evolution of Dojo, Web Components and Trends in the Web Development Landscape03/20/2020
    32:35
  13. 21.
    Gareth Rushgrove on Kubernetes as a Platform, Applications, and Security03/13/2020
    30:58
  14. 22.
    Luca Mezzalira on Micro Frontends at DAZN03/09/2020
    34:43
  15. 23.
    Zhamak Dehghani on Data Mesh, Domain-Oriented Data, and Building Data Platforms03/02/2020
    33:46
  16. 24.
    Brittany Postnikoff on Security, Privacy, and Social Engineering with Robots02/21/2020
    22:36
  17. 25.
    Anurag Goel on Cloud Native Platforms, Developer Experience, and Scaling Kubernetes02/07/2020
    27:07
  18. 26.
    Greg Law on Debugging, Record & Replay of Data, and Hyper-Observability01/31/2020
    30:45
  19. 27.
    Idit Levine Discussing Gloo, Service Mesh Interface, and Web Assembly Hub01/24/2020
    38:38
  20. 28.
    Gunnar Morling on Change Data Capture and Debezium01/17/2020
    29:15
  21. 29.
    Kelsey Hightower on Extending Kubernetes, Event-Driven Architecture, and Learning01/10/2020
    26:19
  22. 30.
    Katie Gamanji on Condé Nast’s Kubernetes Platform, Self-Service, and the Federation and Cluster APIs01/03/2020
    31:16
  23. 31.
    Joseph Jacks on Commercial Open Source Software, RISC-V, and Disrupting the Application Layer12/27/2019
    26:28
  24. 32.
    The InfoQ Podcast Hosts Take a Look Back at 2019, Discussing Teal, Edge, Quantum Computing, and more12/16/2019
    33:27
  25. 33.
    Josh Wills on Building Resilient Data Engineering and Machine Learning Products at Slack12/09/2019
    30:31
  26. 34.
    Bryan Liles on Making Kubernetes Easier for Developers, the CNCF, and “Serverless”11/15/2019
    29:38
  27. 35.
    Victor Dibia on TensorFlow.js and Building Machine Learning Models with JavaScript11/08/2019
    28:00
  28. 36.
    Michelle Krejci on Moving to Microservices: Visualising Technical Debt, Kubernetes, and GraphQL11/01/2019
    34:05
  29. 37.
    Ryan Kitchens on Learning from Incidents at Netflix, the Role of SRE, and Sociotechnical Systems10/04/2019
    28:54
  30. 38.
    Oliver Gould on the Three Pillars of Service Mesh, SMI, and Making Technology Bets09/20/2019
    25:08
  31. 39.
    Event Sourcing: Bernd Rücker on Architecting for Scale09/13/2019
    25:07
  32. 40.
    Pat Kua on Technical Leadership, Cultivating Culture, and Career Growth09/06/2019
    26:34
  33. 41.
    Thomas Graf on Cilium, the 1.6 Release, eBPF Security, & the Road Ahead09/02/2019
    27:05
  34. 42.
    Yuri Shkuro on Tracing Distributed Systems Using Jaeger08/28/2019
    32:14
  35. 43.
    Louise Poubel on the Robotic Operating System08/19/2019
    28:41
  36. 44.
    Matt Klein on Envoy Mobile, Platform Complexity, and a Universal Data Plane API for Proxies08/09/2019
    41:23
  37. 45.
    Armon Dadgar on HashiCorp Research, the Evolution of Infrastructure Tooling, and Standardisation08/02/2019
    22:35
  38. 46.
    Kingsley Davies and Cat Swetel at QCon London about Ethics and Requisite Variety07/29/2019
    31:40
  39. 47.
    Thomas Wuerthinger on GraalVM and Optimizing Java With Ahead-of-Time Compilation07/19/2019
    25:41
  40. 48.
    Johnny Xmas on Web Security & the Anatomy of a Hack06/17/2019
    31:54
  41. 49.
    Mike Milinkovich, Director of the Eclipse Foundation, Discusses the Journey to Jakarta EE 806/03/2019
    26:54
  42. 50.
    Piero Molino on Ludwig, a Code-Free Deep Learning Toolbox05/24/2019
    28:52
  43. 51.
    Ben Sigelman, Co-Creator of Dapper & OpenTracing API, on Observability05/05/2019
    42:18
  44. 52.
    Ashley Williams on Web Assembly, Wasi, & the Application Edge*04/26/2019
    40:39
  45. 53.
    Bryan Cantrill on Rust and Why He Feels It’s The Biggest Change In Systems Development in His Career04/12/2019
    38:41
  46. 54.
    Oracle Labs’ Duncan Macgregor on Graal, TruffleRuby, & Project Loom04/05/2019
    29:41
  47. 55.
    Rod Johnson Chats about the Spring Framework Early Days, Languages Post-Java, & Rethinking CI/CD03/23/2019
    34:18
  48. 56.
    Katharine Jarmul and Ethical Machine Learning03/16/2019
    32:29
  49. 57.
    Grady Booch on Today’s Artificial Intelligence Reality and What it Means for Developers02/22/2019
    32:32
  50. 58.
    Joe Beda on Kubernetes & the CNCF02/12/2019
    30:12
  51. 59.
    Megan Cartwright on Building a Machine Learning MVP at an Early Stage Startup01/28/2019
    32:14
  52. 60.
    Lynn Langit on 25% Time and Cloud Adoption within Genomic Research Organizations01/18/2019
    26:37
  53. 61.
    Charles Humble and Wes Reisz Take a Look Back at 2018 and Speculate on What 2019 Might Have in Store12/28/2018
    35:18
  54. 62.
    Java Language Architect Brian Goetz on Java and the JDK12/23/2018
    41:17
  55. 63.
    Tanya Reilly on Site Reliability Engineering and the Evolution of the New York City Fire Code12/17/2018
    32:11
  56. 64.
    Jason Maude on Building a Modern Cloud-Based Banking Startup in Java11/30/2018
    36:18
  57. 65.
    Martin Fowler Discusses New Edition of Refactoring, Along With Thoughts on Evolutionary Architecture11/02/2018
    32:39
  58. 66.
    Mitchell Hashimoto on Consul since 1.2 and its Role as a Modern Service Mesh10/21/2018
    33:51
  59. 67.
    Camille Fournier on Platform Engineering, Engineering Ladders, and her Book “The Managers Path10/12/2018
    33:19
  60. 68.
    Emmanuel Ameisen, Head of AI at Insight, on Building a Semantic Search System for Images10/08/2018
    35:19
  61. 69.
    Ben Kehoe, Cloud Robotics Research Scientist, Discusses Serverless @iRobot09/21/2018
    38:31
  62. 70.
    Vaughn Vernon on Developing a Domain Driven Design first Actor-Based Microservices Framework09/14/2018
    33:46
  63. 71.
    Justin Cormack on Decomposing the Modern Operating System09/07/2018
    32:06
  64. 72.
    Mike Lee Williams on Probabilistic Programming, Bayesian Inference, and Languages like PyMC308/31/2018
    33:15
  65. 73.
    Uncle Bob Martin on Clean Software, Craftsperson, Origins of SOLID, DDD, & Software Ethics08/24/2018
    30:06
  66. 74.
    Arun Gupta on Managed Container Control Planes on AWS07/06/2018
    24:35
  67. 75.
    Anastasiia Voitova on Cryptography and the Design of Cryptographic Libraries06/29/2018
    27:01
  68. 76.
    Matt Klein on Lyft’s Envoy, Including Edge Proxy, Service Mesh, & Potential AI Use Cases06/22/2018
    34:59
  69. 77.
    Pam Selle on Serverless Observability06/04/2018
    28:39
  70. 78.
    Serverless and the Serverless Framework with David Wells05/27/2018
    32:23
  71. 79.
    Colin Eberhardt on WebAssembly05/11/2018
    32:24
  72. 80.
    Martin Thompson on Aeron, Binary vs Text for Message Encoding, and Raft05/07/2018
    34:22
  73. 81.
    Building a Data Science Capability with Stephanie Yee, Matei Zaharia, Sid Anand and Soups Ranjan04/27/2018
    43:09
  74. 82.
    Streaming: Danny Yuan on Real-Time, Time Series Forecasting @Uber03/31/2018
    26:59
  75. 83.
    Sander Mak on the Java Module System03/23/2018
    35:47
  76. 84.
    Jendrik Joerdening and Anthony Navarro on Self-Racing Cars Using Deep Neural Networks03/16/2018
    37:58
  77. 85.
    Andrea Magnorsky on Paradigm Shifts and the Adoption of Programming Languages03/03/2018
    31:45
  78. 86.
    Anne Currie on Organizational Tech Ethics, including Scale, GDPR, Algorithmic Transparency02/23/2018
    31:50
  79. 87.
    Oliver Gould on Service Mesh for Microservices, LinkerD, and the Recently Released Conduit02/09/2018
    33:03
  80. 88.
    Theo Schlossnagle on Software Ethics and the Presence of Doing Good02/02/2018
    25:00
  81. 89.
    Chris Swan on DevOps and NoOps, plus Operations and Code Validation in a Serverless Environment01/19/2018
    35:06
  82. 90.
    Architecting a Modern Financial Institution with Vitor Olivier, Thoughts on Immutability, CI/CD, FP01/12/2018
    38:00
  83. 91.
    Charles Humble and Wes Reisz Take a Look Back at 2017 and Speculate on What 2018 Might Have in Store12/29/2017
    29:22
  84. 92.
    Kolton Andrus on Gremlin’s Newly Announced SaaS Chaos Engineering Product and Running Game Days12/22/2017
    33:59
  85. 93.
    Fast Data with Dean Wampler12/08/2017
    29:39
  86. 94.
    Changhoon Kim on Programmable Networking Switches with PISA and the P4 DSL11/27/2017
    29:59
  87. 95.
    Apache Beam Founder Tyler Akidau Discusses Streaming System and Their Complexities11/09/2017
    44:56
  88. 96.
    Guy Podjarny on OSS Security, Serverless, and the Equifax Hack10/30/2017
    46:09
  89. 97.
    Julien Viet on the Newly Released Eclipse Vert.x 3.5.0 and Plans for Vert.x 4.010/23/2017
    29:52
  90. 98.
    Incident Response Across Non-Software Industries with Emil Stolarsky10/15/2017
    22:48
  91. 99.
    Charity Majors on Honeycomb.io, the Social Side of Debugging and Testing in Production10/07/2017
    34:57
  92. 100.
    Nora Jones on Establishing, Growing, and Maturing a Chaos Engineering Practice10/01/2017
    42:56
  93. 101.
    Shubha Nabar Discusses Einstein, the Machine Learning System in Salesforce09/29/2017
    25:31
  94. 102.
    Simon Brown on the Role of the Software Architect in a Continuous Delivery Environment09/23/2017
    29:01
  95. 103.
    Twitter's Yao Yue on Latency, Performance Monitoring, & Caching at Scale09/18/2017
    30:17
  96. 104.
    Linda Rising on the Importance of Patterns, Her Journey, & Patterns for Driving Change/Innovation09/08/2017
    35:14
  97. 105.
    Security Considerations and the State of Microservices with Sam Newman08/18/2017
    35:56
  98. 106.
    Jessica Kerr on Productivity, Slack Chatbots, Yak Shaving, & Why Diversity Matters for Innovation08/11/2017
    33:26
  99. 107.
    Martin Hadley on R and the modern R ecosystem07/21/2017
    26:49
  100. 108.
    Pony Language Designer Sylvan Clebsch on Pony’s Design, Garbage Collection, and Formal Verification07/07/2017
    34:07
  101. 109.
    Kotlin Lead Language Designer Andrey Breslav on Android Support, Language Features and Future Plans06/22/2017
    29:04
  102. 110.
    Sid Anand on Building Agari’s Cloud-native Data Pipelines with AWS Kinesis and Serverless06/09/2017
    25:38
  103. 111.
    Sachin Kulkarni Describes the Architecture Behind Facebook Live05/26/2017
    31:38
  104. 112.
    Martijn Verburg on the JCP EC “No” Vote for the Java Modules05/19/2017
    22:35
  105. 113.
    Daniel Bryant on Microservices and Domain Driven Design05/12/2017
    36:35
  106. 114.
    Rossen Stoyanchev on Reactive Programming with Spring 5 and Spring WebFlux05/05/2017
    34:18
  107. 115.
    Richard Feldman Discusses Elm and How It Compares to React.js for Front-end Programming04/28/2017
    39:59
  108. 116.
    Jean Barmash on Inter-Service RPC with gRPC/Thrift, Designing Public APIs, & Lean/Constraint Theory04/14/2017
    32:09
  109. 117.
    Eric Horesnyi on High Frequency Trading and how Hedge Funds are Applying Deep Learning to Markets03/24/2017
    30:29
  110. 118.
    Greg Murphy on Gamesparks, Game Tuning and Orchestrating Deployment Across Three Cloud Providers03/10/2017
    30:29
  111. 119.
    Architecting SQL Server on Linux: Slava Oks on Drawbridge, LibOS, & Addressing Between Windows/Linux02/24/2017
    30:16
  112. 120.
    Jonas Bonér on the Actor Model, Akka, Reactive Programming, Microservices and Distributed Systems02/16/2017
    38:42
  113. 121.
    Peter Bourgon on Gossip, Paxos, Microservices in Go, and CRDTs at SoundCloud01/27/2017
    40:14
  114. 122.
    Neha Batra - Pivotal Labs Pair Programming01/06/2017
    28:40
  115. 123.
    Oliver Gould About Architecting to Avoid and Recover from Failure12/30/2016
    33:23
  116. 124.
    Chris Richardson on Domain-Driven Microservices Design12/23/2016
    25:26
  117. 125.
    Keith Adams on the Architecture of Slack, using MySql, Edge Caching, & the backend Messaging Server12/16/2016
    36:24
  118. 126.
    Haley Tucker on Responding to Failures in Playback Features at Netflix12/09/2016
    25:01
  119. 127.
    Kolton Andrus on Lessons Learnt From Failure Testing at Amazon and Netflix and New Venture Gremlin12/02/2016
    28:31
  120. 128.
    Preslav Le on How Dropbox Moved off AWS and What They Have Been Able to Do Since11/18/2016
    26:15
  121. 129.
    Randy Shoup on Stitch Fix's Technology Stack, Data Science and Microservices11/11/2016
    26:08
  122. 130.
    Tal Weiss on Observability, Instrumentation and Bytecode Manipulation on the JVM11/04/2016
    28:52
  123. 131.
    Cathy O'Neil on Pernicious Machine Learning Algorithms and How to Audit Them09/16/2016
    31:32
  124. 132.
    John Langford on Vowpal Wabbit, Used by MSN, and Machine Learning in Industry08/19/2016
    23:35
  125. 133.
    Shuman Ghosemajumder on Security and Cyber-Crime08/01/2016
    43:15
  126. 134.
    Caitie McCaffrey on Engineering Effectiveness, Diversity, & Verification of Distributed Systems07/22/2016
    33:11
  127. 135.
    Wendy Closson on Mindfulness and Algorithmic Approaches to Communicating07/12/2016
    36:15
  128. 136.
    Courtney Hemphill on VR, Augmented Reality, and the Importance of Animation in UX07/01/2016
    38:54
  129. 137.
    James Shore, Llewellyn Falco, and Rebecca Wirfs-Brock on TDD and Architecture06/03/2016
    30:15
  130. 138.
    Lisa Crispin and Justin Searls on Testing and Innovation in Front End Technology05/27/2016
    29:02
  131. 139.
    GILT VP Heather Fleming on Unlocking the "Secret Sauce" of Great Teams05/20/2016
    15:30
  132. 140.
    Uber's Chief Systems Architect on their Architecture and Rapid Growth05/13/2016
    31:28
  133. 141.
    Mads Torgersen on C# 7 and Beyond04/27/2016
    20:20
  134. 142.
    Adrian Cockcroft on Microservices, Terraservices and Serverless Computing04/18/2016
    30:19

Listen to The InfoQ Podcast now.

Listen to The InfoQ Podcast in full in the Spotify app