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Frontier Podcast by Gun.io

By Gun.io

The Frontier Podcast by Gun.io explores innovation in software engineering. We chat with smart, forward-looking industry leaders and developers to discover the latest trends happening now and what might be coming next. If you manage or hire developers, are solving business problems with technology, or write code yourself - welcome to The Frontier.Gun.io is the top service in the US to find and hire elite freelance developers. Interested in getting in touch? Meet us at https://gun.io/podcastListen Notes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

  1. 1.
    Russ Roberts03/18/2020
    32:44
  2. 2.
    Gant LaBorde03/11/2020
    19:02
  3. 3.
    Michael Dibernardo03/04/2020
    28:38
  4. 4.
    Scott Meschke02/26/2020
    14:16
  5. 5.
    Vinay Mahadik02/19/2020
    25:44
  6. 6.
    Madison May02/12/2020
    31:26
  7. 7.
    Lisa Reeves02/11/2020
    24:55
  8. 8.
    David Yakobovitch02/05/2020
    26:02
  1. 9.
    John Callaway, Clayton Hunt, & Jon Ash01/29/2020
    29:08
  2. 10.
    Derek Lin, CEO at Exabeam01/22/2020
    24:52
  3. 11.
    Joseph Feiman & Setu Kulkarni of White Hat Security01/15/2020
    25:44
  4. 12.
    Scott Parker, Director of Product Marketing at Sinequa01/08/2020
    26:02
  5. 13.
    Adam Garrett-Harris, Host of Web of Tomorrow and BookBytes01/06/2020
    24:10
  6. 14.
    Brody Dorland, Co-founder at DivvyHQ12/30/2019
    31:00
  7. 15.
    Vinay Patankar, CEO of Process Street12/18/2019
    29:31
  8. 16.
    Ryan Cousins, CEO at krtkl inc12/16/2019
    28:36
  9. 17.
    Mitch Stewart, Co-founder at GURU12/11/2019
    28:12
  10. 18.
    Shauni Deshmukh, CTO at Tettra12/09/2019
    27:10
  11. 19.
    Matt Zimmermann and Christian Wirth of Beast Code12/04/2019
    29:13
  12. 20.
    Alex Hertel, Co-founder and CEO Of Xperiel12/02/2019
    30:48
  13. 21.
    Matt Stone, Director Global Technical Support at SignalFx11/27/2019
    26:56
  14. 22.
    Ian McGaw, Vice President of Technology and Innovation at ENGworks11/25/2019
    27:08
  15. 23.
    Marco Palladino, Co-founder and CTO of Kong11/20/2019
    23:56
  16. 24.
    John Dubois, co-founder of Oculus36011/18/2019
    27:38
  17. 25.
    Jason Burns, CEO and founder of Kortivity,11/13/2019
    25:28
  18. 26.
    Mike Duensing, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Engineering at Skuid11/11/2019
    26:50
  19. 27.
    Christopher Furlin, Content Development at Tempered Networks11/06/2019
    30:05
  20. 28.
    Dave Shewfelt, Director of Integration Services at Vidado11/04/2019
    24:44
  21. 29.
    John Collier, Chief Technology Officer at VieMed10/30/2019
    26:00
  22. 30.
    Andrew Glover, Director, Delivery Engineering at Netflix10/29/2019
    48:20
  23. 31.
    Brandon Smith, Director of Engineering at eVestment10/28/2019
    23:34
  24. 32.
    Randy Layman, Vice President of Software Engineering at AVOXI10/23/2019
    24:10
  25. 33.
    Jason Nochlin, CTO & Co-Founder at GaggleAMP10/21/2019
    26:15
  26. 34.
    Craig Bryant, the founder and CEO of KinHR.com and WeAreMammoth.com10/16/2019
    26:50
  27. 35.
    Chris Siefken, Head of Technology at Xenial10/14/2019
    23:54
  28. 36.
    Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Syncurity10/14/2019
    22:44
  29. 37.
    Kristie D'Ambrosio-Correll, VP Engineering at MIRROR10/09/2019
    38:58
  30. 38.
    Andrew Phillips - Product Manager at Google Cloud10/08/2019
    31:02
  31. 39.
    Kevin Wang, VP of Product at Braze10/07/2019
    23:19
  32. 40.
    Isaac Mosquera, CTO at Armory10/07/2019
    28:07
  33. 41.
    Donnie Goins, Chief Engineering Officer & Business Development at Software Development Europe10/02/2019
    26:00
  34. 42.
    Jason Kiesel, CPO, Rock Solid; Former CEO, CitySourced09/30/2019
    27:24
  35. 43.
    Bruce Brien, Chief Strategy Officer at Hive909/23/2019
    24:54
  36. 44.
    Karan Zaveri, Chief Technology Officer at 24/7 Software09/18/2019
    21:56
  37. 45.
    Eric Rodwell, VP of Conga09/16/2019
    24:06
  38. 46.
    Glenn Thimmes, CTO of Centeva09/11/2019
    26:04
  39. 47.
    Eric Hunter, CTO of Spherical Models09/09/2019
    21:44
  40. 48.
    Mike Kritzman, CEO at SkillNet09/05/2019
    22:44
  41. 49.
    James Graham, Founder of Community Phone09/03/2019
    25:36
  42. 50.
    Jason Hintersteiner, CTO at Imperial Network Solutions08/30/2019
    24:10
  43. 51.
    Andrew Plato, CEO, President, and Founder of Anitian08/29/2019
    27:46
  44. 52.
    Adtech innovations at the retailing edge08/28/2019
    31:34
  45. 53.
    From Startup Weekend to YC to startup success08/27/2019
    29:50
  46. 54.
    Pet Tech - Wearables for Healthy Best Friends08/26/2019
    28:40
  47. 55.
    We’re all targets: Preparing for inevitable security breaches08/23/2019
    23:40
  48. 56.
    Applying disruptive technologies in a familiar fashion in conservative business sectors08/22/2019
    21:12
  49. 57.
    Video calling technology on the cutting edge with Lifesize08/21/2019
    35:08
  50. 58.
    Technical trends and trade-offs with a career CTO08/20/2019
    17:38
  51. 59.
    Scaling remote engineering teams like Auth008/19/2019
    26:18
  52. 60.
    The amazing business of being ‘uncool’08/16/2019
    22:34
  53. 61.
    Adapting to Change in The Workplace08/15/2019
    25:06
  54. 62.
    Better Sales Conversions with Next-gen Software Demos08/14/2019
    23:34
  55. 63.
    Retail SaaS Platforms at the Cutting Edge08/13/2019
    19:00
  56. 64.
    Mobile App Security and Threat Defense08/12/2019
    24:25
  57. 65.
    Software dominates high-traffic commerce08/09/2019
    29:36
  58. 66.
    F.A.T.E. – From Addict to Entrepreneur; “Chasing the High” (Author Interview)08/08/2019
    26:12
  59. 67.
    ‘Showing respect for abstraction’ - an AI pioneer on machine learning and data science08/07/2019
    23:42
  60. 68.
    Making the leap from Philosophy to Software Engineering08/06/2019
    26:54
  61. 69.
    Psychological safety in tech and software engineering with a human touch08/05/2019
    24:36
  62. 70.
    Drone software and cognitively diverse remote teams08/02/2019
    20:12
  63. 71.
    Machine Intelligence and the Future of AI 08/01/2019
    27:14
  64. 72.
    Innovating a mature product: making email smarter, easier and safer07/31/2019
    33:20
  65. 73.
    Driving traffic that converts for B2B sales through video07/30/2019
    26:32
  66. 74.
    Health tech, subscription boxes, and streaming video07/29/2019
    34:42
  67. 75.
    Measuring the Impossible with Data Science07/26/2019
    23:56
  68. 76.
    The inside story of Gun.io from its founder and CEO07/25/2019
    34:23
  69. 77.
    The myth of junior developer risk and how to create a balanced engineering team07/24/2019
    24:01
  70. 78.
    The global future of sensor technology on the smart edge07/23/2019
    27:01
  71. 79.
    Organizing a tech conference; advice from the pros07/22/2019
    31:37
  72. 80.
    EdTech and the ‘empathy-based’ technology vision07/19/2019
    15:37
  73. 81.
    We are at the precipice of something totally, totally different07/18/2019
    18:27
  74. 82.
    Investing in a smart home that won’t soon be obsolete07/17/2019
    12:53
  75. 83.
    Engineer or engineering leader? What’s the difference and where do you fit?07/16/2019
    13:00
  76. 84.
    Better smart homes with connected cloud services07/15/2019
    31:46
  77. 85.
    Hybrid data science and engineering teams and remote management07/12/2019
    22:23
  78. 86.
    Scalable video capture and playback plus building an international team07/11/2019
    24:43
  79. 87.
    From whimsical consumer product to critical B2B enterprise technology07/10/2019
    22:30
  80. 88.
    Soft skills, communication, and programming as a thinking activity07/09/2019
    19:32
  81. 89.
    Celebrating Independence the Freelancer Way07/04/2019
    5:10
  82. 90.
    Hardware is hard; you make it happen or you don’t07/03/2019
    21:52
  83. 91.
    What really caused that bug?07/02/2019
    13:51
  84. 92.
    How do you move 50TB per day to 15,000 global engineers?07/01/2019
    23:51
  85. 93.
    Understanding the full business impact of your technology06/28/2019
    17:22
  86. 94.
    Megascale high-performance decision engines06/27/2019
    25:54
  87. 95.
    The software and hardware behind parking tickets06/26/2019
    21:08
  88. 96.
    Engineering management tips for worldwide Ops, Dev, and Leadership06/25/2019
    28:06
  89. 97.
    DevRel and community building for authentic relationships06/24/2019
    42:18
  90. 98.
    Adopting enterprise risk management to conserve capital06/21/2019
    14:14
  91. 99.
    How to manage hybrid remote/colocated teams06/20/2019
    24:32
  92. 100.
    Scaling a team to support every stack06/19/2019
    28:32
  93. 101.
    Strategic acquisitions to enhance your company’s value06/18/2019
    16:12
  94. 102.
    An Elegant Puzzle: Systems of Engineering Management (Author Interview)06/17/2019
    30:54
  95. 103.
    Hiring a dev team when you're non-technical06/14/2019
    21:00
  96. 104.
    AI for everyone, AI ethics, and problem solving06/13/2019
    13:50
  97. 105.
    Fractals! And let the scientist have the DevOps06/12/2019
    20:28
  98. 106.
    Agile transformation and delivering “first value”06/11/2019
    16:40
  99. 107.
    Look-alike audiences for B2B success06/10/2019
    25:10
  100. 108.
    AI-powered superheroes, aka “the humans in the loop”06/07/2019
    22:12
  101. 109.
    Product management from zero to 120 million users06/06/2019
    42:14
  102. 110.
    The three pillars of engineering team productivity06/05/2019
    25:04
  103. 111.
    Ethical engineering on the path to excellent systems06/04/2019
    22:59
  104. 112.
    Best practices from distributed team management across 30 countries06/03/2019
    23:16
  105. 113.
    How customer empathy drives better engineering performance05/31/2019
    28:18
  106. 114.
    Building a Recruiting Pipeline for Engineers Who Want to Win05/30/2019
    16:02
  107. 115.
    AI could be your new legal assistant05/29/2019
    29:02
  108. 116.
    China, Huawei and the future of global technology05/28/2019
    21:34
  109. 117.
    Winning in a new industry with best practices from another sector05/27/2019
    18:24
  110. 118.
    Killing off unplanned work for Frictionless Development05/24/2019
    28:08
  111. 119.
    Put your DevOps through P90X05/23/2019
    12:20
  112. 120.
    Integrity and quality in engineering, and leadership as an art05/22/2019
    23:28
  113. 121.
    Making yourself an indispensable engineering hire05/21/2019
    17:26
  114. 122.
    Using a F.A.I.L. Mindset in Scaling Organizations05/20/2019
    18:30
  115. 123.
    We've been acquired; we're laying off your entire team05/17/2019
    14:32
  116. 124.
    Separating The Noise to Simplify Multi Cloud Strategy05/16/2019
    18:18
  117. 125.
    Technical Evangelism as The Voice of Building Better Software05/15/2019
    26:26
  118. 126.
    Managing Teams with The Iron Triangle of Engineering Leadership05/14/2019
    20:29
  119. 127.
    The Engineering Magic Behind Low Code Platforms05/13/2019
    28:32
  120. 128.
    Technology for good and people-first FTW05/09/2019
    25:25
  121. 129.
    Avoid The Fog of Development Through Continuous Learning05/07/2019
    22:38
  122. 130.
    Tips on Technology Leadership from One Phone Call05/03/2019
    17:20
  123. 131.
    Improving UX with Automated Business Solutions05/02/2019
    12:02
  124. 132.
    Digital transformation and the right tool for the job04/30/2019
    15:27
  125. 133.
    Coordinating engineering teams to build a seamless user experience04/29/2019
    22:14
  126. 134.
    Open Source, the grey areas, and keeping sharp with community04/25/2019
    16:07
  127. 135.
    Microsoft Azure Insights From a Developer Advocate04/23/2019
    25:08
  128. 136.
    How to scale DevOps, standards, and automation in a high-growth agency04/18/2019
    16:29
  129. 137.
    Digital transformation, bleeding edge, and legacy tribal knowledge04/16/2019
    15:21
  130. 138.
    Open Source Neural Networks in 500 Lines or Less04/15/2019
    16:08
  131. 139.
    Keeping The Open Source Community First Priority04/11/2019
    25:12
  132. 140.
    How To Provide Effective Feedback to Engineers04/09/2019
    25:54
  133. 141.
    E-commerce Innovations, and Decision Engines04/04/2019
    17:34
  134. 142.
    Pigs, chemistry, startups, and CTO stories04/02/2019
    28:00
  135. 143.
    Creative influence with The Tech Ninja04/01/2019
    16:49
  136. 144.
    UX Ideas from Technology in Marketing03/28/2019
    19:15
  137. 145.
    Scaling an engineering team in a transformational industry03/26/2019
    30:31
  138. 146.
    How to Lead a Meeting Engineers Love: Lessons from improv03/21/2019
    22:21
  139. 147.
    Understanding The Full Customer Discovery Process03/19/2019
    14:52
  140. 148.
    Putting People First, and Engineering Tools Second03/14/2019
    20:05
  141. 149.
    Borrowing Innovation from Aerospace Technology03/12/2019
    20:00
  142. 150.
    Pragmatic Microservice Design: keep calm, and ship code03/07/2019
    17:46
  143. 151.
    Improving The Product to Market Process to Deliver Faster03/05/2019
    19:04
  144. 152.
    Solving Customer Problems as a Sales Engineer03/04/2019
    17:05
  145. 153.
    Launching a tech startup inside of a legacy enterprise02/28/2019
    25:34
  146. 154.
    Startup life, stability, payroll, and change02/26/2019
    17:16
  147. 155.
    Modern CI/CD Tools with Legacy Mainframes02/21/2019
    20:02
  148. 156.
    Behavior-Driven Development to Empower Stakeholders02/19/2019
    16:16
  149. 157.
    Stuck in a Career Rut? Improve Your Public Speaking Skills02/14/2019
    22:53
  150. 158.
    Building an Engineering Recruitment Process that Candidates Love02/12/2019
    24:49
  151. 159.
    The Intersection of AI and Medicine02/07/2019
    16:53
  152. 160.
    Post-Crypto Distributed Ledger Technology for Business Leaders02/05/2019
    15:48
  153. 161.
    The Importance of Soft Skills for Engineers01/31/2019
    22:40
  154. 162.
    Native vs Hybrid Apps: When to use & What's Next in Mobile App Dev01/29/2019
    14:51
  155. 163.
    Machine Learning in Healthcare: Interoperability via Machine-to-Machine Data Architecture01/22/2019
    15:11
  156. 164.
    DevOps Automation, Orchestration, and Choreography01/15/2019
    17:32
  157. 165.
    Service Discovery in a Microservices Architecture01/08/2019
    14:38
  158. 166.
    Democratizing Blockchain Technologies01/02/2019
    11:34
  159. 167.
    Remote Tech Teams: How to Make it Work12/26/2018
    21:43
  160. 168.
    On-Prem vs. Cloud Deployments12/18/2018
    10:24
  161. 169.
    Disrupting Technology in Healthcare12/11/2018
    19:17
  162. 170.
    Teach Your Engineers To Play Risk12/04/2018
    17:49
  163. 171.
    First Principles Thinking for Bitcoin Exchanges11/27/2018
    18:37
  164. 172.
    API-As-A-Business10/16/2018
    26:15
  165. 173.
    The Technology of Politics10/12/2018
    21:48
  166. 174.
    Better Data, Better Products, Better Business10/09/2018
    27:05
  167. 175.
    Dealing With Legacy Code10/05/2018
    48:42
  168. 176.
    What's Next In Blockchain10/03/2018
    30:03

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