[Software Engineering Radio] Barry O’Reilly on Lean Enterprise http://www.se-radio.net/2015/08/se-radio-episode-234-barry-oreilly-on-lean-enterprise/
- A lean enterprise is a large organization that manages to keep innovating while keeping its existing products in the market.
- O’Reilly talks about the idea of scientific experiments and the build-measure-learn loop popularized by the lean-startup method. He shares his experiment of an online wine seller using Twitter. He further discusses the challenges for enterprises trying to do something similar and introduce the three-horizon model, to manage innovative, growing, and new products.
- As an example of a successful lean enterprise, O’Reilly talks about GOV.UK, the British government’s new website.
[Parent Programming] Episode 1 - Kent C. Dodds http://parentprogramming.libsyn.com/episode-1-kent-c-dodds
- Kent talks about what it's like to raise two young kids, going over the highs and lows of parenting.
- He also mixes in a little bit of "leaky abstraction" humor in regards to figuring out how to work with his children.
[Developer On Fire] The learning mindset with Linda Rising http://developeronfire.com/episode-176-linda-rising-and-kendall-rael-learning-and-mindset
- Linda Rising, Kendall Rael, and Dave Rael have a conversation about the pitfalls of talent and the importance of effort and share an empowering message
- Falling down, getting back up and the frustrations of learning
[Software Engineering Daily] Monitoring Architecture http://softwareengineeringdaily.com/2016/10/11/monitoring-architecture-with-theo-schlossnagle/
- Building a monitoring system is a complex distributed systems problem
- Events are produced from different points in an application and must be aggregated in order to form metrics
- These events are often ingested by a time series database, which forms the backbone of the monitoring system