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Listened to Reinventing the API Gateway with Zuplo's Josh Twist by Scott Hanselman 
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Delve into the dynamic world of API gateways and the ongoing process of reinvention. Explore the latest trends, challenges, and innovations shaping the API landscape. From security concerns to performance optimizations, Josh shares his insights on how businesses can stay ahead by embracing the evolving role of API gateways in today's tech-driven ecosystem and how his experience building large scale systems like this informed the architecture at Zuplo.

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Listened to The Mechanics of CHAOSS: A Deep Dive into Open Source Community Health Analytics by Schalk Neethling 
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In this collaboration between the CHAOSScast and Mechanical Ink podcasts, hosts Dawn Foster and Schalk Neethling are joined by guests Daniel Izquierdo and Sean Goggins to discuss open-source community health metrics. The episode brings together two fascinating open-source projects - GrimoireLab and Augur - that aim to provide insights into the health of open-source software communities. By gathering data from various platforms and channels, and analyzing contributor activity, issues, pull requests, and conversations, these projects shine a light on the inner workings of open-source projects.

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Listened to The Mechanics of CHAOSS: A Deep Dive into Open Source Community Health Analytics by CHAOSS Project 
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In this collaboration between the CHAOSS Cast and Mechanical Ink podcasts, hosts Dawn Foster and Schalk Neethling are joined by guests Daniel Izquierdo and Sean Goggins to discuss open source community health metrics. The focus is on providing an overview of two projects under the CHAOSS (Community Health Analytics for Open Source Software) umbrella - GrimoireLab and Augur. These open source tools gather data from diverse sources and analyze it to provide insights into open-source community health.

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Listened to What exactly is Open Source AI? with Stefano Maffulli, Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI) (Changelog Interviews #578)
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This week we’re joined by Stefano Maffulli, the Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI). They are responsible for representing the idea and the definition of open source globally. Stefano shares the challenges they face as a US-based non-profit with a global impact. We discuss the work Stefano and the OS...

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Listened to John Nunemaker-How Scary Is This Change?
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Robby has a conversation with John Nunemaker, the Owner at “Box Out Sports” and “Fewer & Faster”, about the crucial importance of keeping dependencies and versions up to date when maintaining software projects, the benefits of using tools like Dependabot to help with dependency management, how dangerous a change is from a dependency, how John enjoys seeking out the dark corners of a codebase to improve those areas, and much more. Stay tuned!

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Listened to How we built a "game changing" AI assistant feature by The Debrief by incident.io
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Imagine an AI assistant that could automatically surface a whole host of useful incident response data points with just a prompt. Well, you won't need to imagine for much longer. That's exactly what we built in Assistant, one of our newest features powered by AI. In this episode, you'll hear from Charlie, the project lead for Assistant, to get a peek behind this game-changing product. You'll hear him chat about: What went into building Assistant What the project timelines were What were some of the challenges the team faced What was it like learning the ropes of prompt engineering while building out Assistant ...and a lot more You can listen to our ⁠AI announcement episode here⁠ and our previous ⁠episode on Suggested Summaries here⁠. Read our blog about Assistant.

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Listened to We can dance if we want to... (Changelog News #81)
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Changelog Beats drops a new Dance Party album, Will McGugan’s new Toolong (tl) terminal app, Mitchell Baker is out as Mozilla CEO, Microsoft’s Jordi Adoumie announces sudo for Windows, Tatu Ylonen tells the tale of how they got SSH to be port 22 & Jack Lindamood gives an “Endorse” or “Regret” rating for ~50 differe...

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Listened to Bolaji Ayodeji on Open Source Festival 2023 by SustainOSS 
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Bolaji spotlights OSCA's Sustain conference, emphasizing its diverse workshops, notable attendance, and new mental health and data science working groups. He addresses self-care and workload management in the open-source community, offering strategies for maintaining physical health in demanding roles.

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Listened to Taking on Goliath with Nadia Odunayo, Founder and CEO (Changelog Interviews #577)
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Nadia Odunayo, founder of StoryGraph. Nadia started out as a one woman dev and product team — she’s had to adjust and maneuver along way to becoming the Amazon-free alternative to Goodreads. We talk about the importance of customer research, the iterative nature of customer...

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Listened to You have how many open tabs?! featuring the hallway track at THAT Conference (Changelog & Friends #29)
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We’re taking you to the hallway track at THAT Conference in Austin TX, where we have 3 fun conversations: one with our old friend Nick Nisi from JS Party, one with our new(ish) friend Amy Dutton from CompressedFM (who has been a guest on JS Party of late) & one with our brand new friend / long-time listener Andres ...

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Listened to The Christmas Dinner Party (Live at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall) | Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster
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Listen to The Christmas Dinner Party (Live at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall) from Off Menu with Ed Gamble and James Acaster. A present from Ed, James and The Great Benito.Off Menu: The Christmas Dinner Party, recorded live at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on 20 December 2022.Featuring special guests:Nish KumarRosie JonesBob MortimerMunya ChawawaSindhu VeeTim KeyPlus contributions from Claudia Winkleman and Dan Aykroyd. Bob Mortimer's new novel The Satsuma Complex is out now. Buy it here. Tim Key's Festivical Playing Cards. Buy them here. Recorded by Southbank Centre. Edited by Ben Williams for Plosive.Artwork by Paul Gilbey (photography and design) and Amy Browne (illustrations).Follow Off Menu on Twitter and Instagram: @offmenuofficial.And go to our website www.offmenupodcast.co.uk for a list of restaurants recommended on the show.Watch Ed and James's YouTube series 'Just Puddings'. Watch here.

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Listened to Isaac Schlueter - npm, Tier by devtools.fm
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This week we talk with Isaac Schlueter, a founder at npm and Tier. We talk about the creation of npm, the early days of node, and the transition from CJS to ESM in node. We delve into the challenges of running a package registry (and a company) and his new company Tier. Tier is building a new way to define pricing for your products. https://github.com/isaacs https://www.tier.run https://node-tap.org https://fosstodon.org/@isaacs https://twitter.com/izs Episode sponsored By Raycast (https://www.raycast.com/) Become a paid subscriber our patreon, spotify, or apple podcasts for the full episode. https://www.patreon.com/devtoolsfm https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/devtoolsfm/subscribe https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/devtools-fm/id1566647758 https://www.youtube.com/@devtoolsfm/membership

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Listened to Multitenancy, nerdom, and down with capitalism (even though it's how we earn money) with Ollie Read (@ollieread) by Tech: Off-topic
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Hello 2024, it's Tech: Off-topic here! Mike (⁠⁠⁠https://twitter.com/ukmadlz⁠⁠⁠ ⁠https://mastodon.social/@ukmadlz⁠) has brought in Ollie Read (⁠⁠⁠⁠https://twitter.com/ollieread https://phpc.social/@ollieread) to talk tech and what's happened recently. However, that barely happens and the tangents are strong. We end up talking about: Multitenancy in software (you can ask Ollie about that all you want) RGB & Camera stuff (thanks to tech difficulties) Gundam, Warhammer, and hobbyist "plastic crack" Corporations and patent fights https://news.sky.com/story/apple-watch-to-lose-feature-after-us-court-reinstates-sales-ban-over-patent-dispute-13050692 Super rich (plenty of tech money) spending lots of money to build a city... https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2024/jan/17/tech-billionaire-new-city-plan-california-forever-san-francisco Pothole robots https://news.sky.com/story/hertfordshire-worlds-first-pothole-preventing-robot-to-hit-roads-in-test-rollout-13045036 This episode has plenty of side quest adventures so enjoy the chaos