This week I get to sit with Jessica Kerr (aka jessitron) to discuss a topic developers love to hate – yak shaving
This week I’m joined by Steve Pousty, author of Getting Started in OpenShift. In this episode he gives me some insight into what kubernetes is, why everyone is talking about it, Continue Reading →
This week on the NFJS podcast I’m joined again by LLewellyn Falco where we discuss Mob Programming.
This week our host is joined in the studio with Rod Cope, speaker at the upcoming Tech Leader Summit, and we Discuss the future of software development. With supercomputers in Continue Reading →
We all have to deal with legacy code. As frustrating as legacy code can be, legacy code is important. Legacy code has users. Legacy code is in the wild delivering Continue Reading →
This week I get to sit down with Jeff Brown of Object Computing and we talking about Micronaut, the latest framework designed for creating fast, lightweight microservices. Listen in and Continue Reading →
New software technology appears every year. Like clockwork, another language, library, pattern, or approach will arrive on the scene with plenty of hype and developer enthusiasm. As someone whose job Continue Reading →
In this episode I’m joined by Tim Burglund who heads up developer relations at confluent. Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in distributed systems, stream/realtime processing, and all Continue Reading →
From Chaos to Successful Distributed Agile Teams The NFJS podcast is back after the summer break. This week Michael Carducci is joined by Johanna Rothman talking about agile. How to Continue Reading →
This week I gather around the microphone with Ken Kousen where he reflects on a life and career focused on the JVM.