Code Monkey Talks
About the Show
A weekly tech podcast for software developers hosted by Brian Jackson and Brian Demers.
Bonus: Just The Brians
August 18th, 2017
50 mins 7 secs
devops, kcdc, meetups, remote, trello
It's just us this week as we break from our summer hiatus.
Episode 15: GitHub with Aziz Shamim
May 25th, 2017
59 mins 9 secs
1password, bitcoin, cryptocurrency, devops, github, gpg, keybase, ransomware, star wars
Aziz Shamim of GitHub joins us to discuss 1Password Travel Mode, ransomware and cryptocurrencies, Keybase on mobile, and Star Wars turns 40!
Bonus: StackState with Lodewijk Bogaards
May 24th, 2017
40 mins 56 secs
alerting, devops, monitoring, operations, stackstate
Lodewijk Bogaards, CTO of StackState, joins us to discuss the philosophy and architecture of StackState.
Episode 14: Hobsons with Greg Greenlee
May 11th, 2017
1 hr 8 mins
ally, bash, build, devops, fedora, hashicorp, iot, java, jdk, jdk9, jigsaw, linux, mac, microsoft, people of color, poc, repl, rightscale, security, suse, ubuntu, visual studio, windows
Greg Greenlee, DevOps Engineer at Hobsons discusses followup on Java's Jigsaw, IoT security threats, and Microsoft announces Fedora and SuSE support for Windows 10 bash and announces Visual Studio for Mac. Greg also shares with us his experience founding his professional platform for people of color called Blacks In Technology.
Episode 13: Azure and Kubernetes with Brendan Burns
May 4th, 2017
46 mins 16 secs
azure, coding, conferences, devops, google, kubernetes, microsoft, mp3, patents
Brendan Burns, Director of Engineering at Microsoft Azure and co-founder of Kubernetes discusses the MP3 patent expiring, MSBuild conference, and secure coding neglect and the future of distributed computing.
Episode 12: A Floor Wax and A Dessert Topping with Bridget Kromhout
April 27th, 2017
1 hr 9 mins
batman, bill nye, boom, camp, cloud foundry, devops, devopsdays, docker, escape room, imax, moby, nethack, pivotal, space, supersonic, vr
Bridget Kromhout, Principal Technologist for Cloud Foundry at Pivotal joins us to discuss Space Camp, Boom Supersonic, Docker creates The Moby Project.
Episode 11: HashiCorp with Mitchell Hashimoto
April 19th, 2017
51 mins 15 secs
amazon, art, aws, code, codestar, devops, fpga, hashicorp, open source, reconfigure.io
Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder and CTO of HashiCorp, joins us to discuss if code is art, designing open source code for varying audiences and AWS CodeStar.
Episode 10: Pivotal with Matt Stine
April 13th, 2017
58 mins 4 secs
blue ocean, deis, devops, jenkins, microsoft, pivotal, programming, self replicating, ui, ux
Matt Stine, Product Manager at Pivotal joins us to discuss news about Jenkins Blue Ocean 1.0, Deis is bought by Microsoft, Amazon Aurora
Episode 9: Honeycomb with Charity Majors
April 6th, 2017
45 mins 3 secs
blue origin, devops, facebook, fauna, honeycomb, mongo, parse, programming, resin.io, space
Charity Majors, founder & CEO of Honeycomb joins us to discuss exploratory learning through rich data, as well as news about Blue Origin, FaunaDB, Resin.io
Episode 8: Threat Stack with Pete Cheslock
March 23rd, 2017
1 hr 17 secs
cloud, devops, github, google, programming, sdlc, security, software development, spanner, threat stack, wikileaks
Pete Cheslock joins us to discuss working at Threat Stack and the latest WikiLeaks Vault 7, Github's permissive IP ownership for employees, Google Cloud Spanner.
Episode 7: Robots for your Mobile Device Testing with Jason Huggins
February 20th, 2017
56 mins 48 secs
ai, automation, devops, hubcommander, microsoft, netflix, programming, saucelabs, selenium, tapster, tensorflow, testing
Jason Huggins, founder of Tapster, cofounder of SauceLabs and Selenium, joins us to discuss testing automation in both the virtual and physical realms.
In the News: Google launches 1.0 of its AI platform TensorFlow; Microsoft's Informatics and Robotics Platform for simulating the real world; Netflix releases HubCommander.
Episode 6: Governing Open Source Usage with Brian Fox
February 9th, 2017
47 mins 32 secs
cloud, continuous delivery, continuous integration, devops, evernote, google cloud, java, jigsaw, programming, sdlc, snapci, software development, thoughtworks
Brian Fox, CTO at Sonatype joins us to discuss how to secure and govern open source usage in your company; In the News: Evernote migrates to Google Cloud; Java 9's Jigsaw Auto Modules are a step down with designing dependency management properly; ThoughtWorks shuts down SnapCI
Episode 5: ROBLOX, the popular game platform, with Brenton Bartel
February 2nd, 2017
55 mins 4 secs
artificial intelligence, backups, continuous integration, devops, gitlab, libratus, poker, programming, screwdriver, sdlc, software development, yahoo
Brenton Bartel joins us to discuss the architecture of ROBLOX, a popular game platform.
In the News: Gitlab's database incident; Libratus, the Poker AI that Out-Bluffed the Best Humans; Screwdriver CI from Yahoo
Episode 4: Flynn, a Docker-compatible PaaS, with Jonathan Rudenberg
January 26th, 2017
41 mins 48 secs
aws, chrome, cloud, codedeploy, devops, docker, firefox, flynn, git, google, heroku, paas, programming, sdlc, security, software development
Jonathan Rudenberg joins us this week to discuss Flynn, a Docker-compatible open-source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).
In the News: Google Cloud Security; Chrome and Firefox highlight insecure password forms; AWS CodeDeploy adds blue/green deployments
Episode 3: Zapier Automates Tasks with Adam DuVander
January 19th, 2017
48 mins 4 secs
devops, fabric, fastlane, github, google, mobile, nintendo, programming, sdlc, software development, task automation, twitter, zapier
We learn from Adam DuVander how Zapier helps you automate tasks. In the news: Nintendo Switch preorders, GitHub Streaks, Google buys Fabric, Mobile Development Pipeline as a Service with Fastlane.