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Last Episode Date: 12 June 2024

Total Episodes: 100

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12 June 2024
Ruff and Next-Generation Python Tooling with Charlie Marsh

Linting is the process of checking source code for programmatic as well as stylistic errors. Ruff is a highly popular Python linter written in Rust. It was developed by Charlie Marsh, who also founded Astral, which is focused on next-generation Python tooling. Charlie joins ...

11 June 2024
Engineering Fast-Paced Multiplayer Games with Gabriel Gambetta

Gabriel Gambetta is a Senior Software Engineer at Google where he works on YouTube. He’s an expect in computer graphics and game development, and is famous for his articles on engineering fast-paced multiplayer games. Gabriel joins the show to talk about his history with g...

6 June 2024
C++ Safety with Herb Sutter

The U.S. government recently released a report calling on the technical community to proactively reduce the attack surface area of software infrastructure. The report emphasized memory safety vulnerabilities, which affect how memory can be accessed, written, allocated, or de...

29 min
5 June 2024
Figma Engineering with Abhi Mathur

Figma is a cloud-based design and product development platform that is widely used in UI and UX work. It allows users to collaborate in real-time, a key feature that has helped drive its popularity. Figma is an impressive engineering feat, in part because of how far it pushe...

4 June 2024
Unstructured Data and LLMs with Crag Wolfe and Matt Robinson

The majority of enterprise data exists in heterogenous formats such as HTML, PDF, PNG, and PowerPoint. However, large language models do best when trained with clean, curated data. This presents a major data cleaning challenge. Unstructured is focused on extracting and trans...

47 min
30 May 2024
The Changing Enterprise Linux Ecosystem with Wim Coekaerts

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is a Linux distribution developed by Red Hat for the commercial market. The company recently announced changes to the availability of its source code. In response, CIQ, Oracle and SUSE formed the Open Enterprise Linux Association, or OpenELA, which a...

43 min
29 May 2024
LLM Community Development with Antonio Velasco Fernández and Jose Pablo Cabeza García

LLMs have become one of the most important technologies to emerge in recent years. Many of the most prominent LLM tools are closed source, which has led to great interest in developing open-source tools. Antonio Velasco Fernández is a Data Scientist and Jose Pablo Cabeza Ga...

48 min
28 May 2024
Detecting Deepfakes with Ryan Ofman

A deepfake is a synthetic media technique that uses deep learning to create or manipulate video, audio, or images to present something that didn’t actually occur. Deepfakes have gained attention in part due to their potential for misuse, such as creating forged videos for ...

52 min
24 May 2024
Bonus Episode: The N64 Decompilation Scene with Ethan Roseman and Mark Street

Decompilation is the process of translating a compiled program’s bytecode back into a higher-level programming language, like C. There’s a vibrant and growing scene of engineers working to decompile classic video games, and some of the most prominent projects have focuse...

55 min
23 May 2024
The State of CSS with Rachel Andrews

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a fundamental technology in web development that defines the presentation and layout of HTML documents. It serves as a styling language that allows developers to control the appearance of web pages. Rachel Andrew is a Staff Technical Writer...

57 min
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