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Listened to Container base images with glibc & musl featuring Ariadne Conill, Alpine Linux TSC member & Chainguard SWE (Ship It! #76)
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In today’s episode, we talk about distroless, ko, apko, melange, musl and glibc. The context is Wolfi OS, a community Linux OS designed for the container and cloud-native era. If you are looking for the lightest possible container base image with 0 CVEs and both glibc and musl support, Wolfi OS & the related chaing...

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Listened to Vorsprung durch Technik with Sebastian Kister, Team Lead, Kubernetes Competence Center, Audi 🚙 (Ship It! #74)
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I don’t think that you can imagine just how excited Gerhard was to find out that Audi, his favourite car company, has a Kubernetes competence centre. We have Sebastian Kister joining us today to tell us why people, followed by tech make the process. The right thing to focus on is the genuine smiles that people give in ...

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Listened to Modern Software Engineering (Ship It! #71)
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Dave Farley, co-author of Continuous Delivery, is back to talk about his latest book, Modern Software Engineering, a Top 3 Software Engineering best seller on Amazon UK this September. Shipping good software starts with you giving yourself permission to do a good job. It continues with a healthy curiosity, admitting th...

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Listened to Do the right thing. Do what works. Be kind. with Rob Mee, CEO of Geometer.io & former CEO of Pivotal (Ship It! #66)
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Why are the right values important for a company that changed the way the world builds software? How does pair programming help scale & maintain the company culture? What is it like to grow a company to 3000 employees over 30 years? Today we have the privilege of Rob Mee, former CEO of Pivotal, the real home of Clo...

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Listened to SSH tips and tricks, retro Apple UIs, iOS Privacy and TikTok, Marta & Tauri vs Electron (The Changelog)
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Carlos Alexandro Becker shared some SSH tips, Sakun Acharige (a Comp Sci student + visual design enthusiast) created System.css, Felix Krause built a browser app that shows the JavaScript commands being executed by iOS app in-app browers, Yan Zhulanow decided to create Marta, and Lőrik Levente did a comparrison between...

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Listened to cannabis | Say Why To Drugs on Acast
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In the first episode of Say Why to Drugs, Suzi and Scroobius Pip chat about cannabis - the effects of it, what harms there might be from using it, whether it might have any benefits, and whether many of the myths surrounding it are based in evidence. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Listened to Cloud-native Authorization with Tim Hinrichs
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Enabling authorization policies across disparate cloud-native environments such as containers, microservices and modern application delivery infrastructure is complex and can be a roadblock for software engineering teams. Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is an open, declarative, policy-as-code approach to authorization that reduces security and compliance burden for engineering teams.  Business context is translated into declarative

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Listened to Reflecting on 500 episodes (Backstage #24)
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This is Adam and Jerod’s pre-show call before hooking up with Chris Coyier to record episode 500 of The Changelog. We’ve been doing these off and on for awhile now. We hang out for 30ish minutes before the show begins and ship that conversation as a bonus for our Changelog++ members. We’re doing this one different. You...

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Listened to Bass: the beat drop after Concourse with Alex Suraci (vito), creator of Concourse CI & Bass (Ship It! #64)
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Our today’s guest spent 4 days building a feature for his side project so that we could ship it together on Ship It!, while recording. The feature is called rave mode, and the context is Bass, an interpreted functional scripting language written in Go, riffing on the ideas of Kernel & Clojure. When the local build ...