Darko Fabijan

Mapping the World and Testing Against Reality

Today we have Eric Bowman, CTO at TomTom, former VP Engineering at Zalando, and a developer behind the game “The Sims”. In this episode, we discuss how mapping technology has changed the world and how CI/CD practices have made real-time mapping possible. 🎧 Key Takeaways How long before self-driving cars are a reality? How satellite …

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Brandon Bayer on Blitz.js, the fullstack framework for React

Brandon Bayer talks about his creation, Blitz.js, a Next.js fork and a fullstack, batteries-included framework for React. In this episode, we talk about the inspiration for the project, the challenges along the way and what’s planned for this great framework’s future. Listen to the episode now. 🎧 Key Takeaways What is Blitz.js and how it …

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Brandon Bayer on Blitz.js, the fullstack framework for React.

Brandon Bayer talks about his creation, Blitz.js, a Next.js fork and a fullstack, batteries-included framework for React. In this episode, we talk about the inspiration for the project, the challenges along the way and what’s planned for this great framework’s future. Listen to the episode now. 🎧 Key Takeaways What is Blitz.js and how it …

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Peter Cooper on Why Developers Should Create Content

Welcome to Semaphore Uncut, a podcast about developers building great products. In this episode, I talk with Peter Cooper, tech publisher, author, software engineer, and of the most successful newsletter curators. Press the play button and listen to us talking about content creation, the cycles in the tech business, and how developers learn. 🎧 Key …

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Kubernetes-native Java microservices with John Clingan

This episode features John Clingan, product manager at Red Hat, founder of MicroProfile, and co-author of “Kubernetes Native Microservices with Quarkus, and MicroProfile“. We’ll talk about the challenges of developing microservices on Java, using Quarkus and MicroProfile to speed up start times and reduce memory footprints, and how to transition into a Kubernetes-native experience. Key …

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Dave Thomas on Testing Past, Present, and Future

In this episode of Semaphore Uncut, I talk with Dave Thomas, author of The Pragmatic Programmer, and many other well-known software engineering books. We discuss how software engineering has changed over many decades and how Dave’s experiences have informed his attitudes to testing. Key takeaways: Software is both abstract and changes the real world Computer …

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Monorepo and Micro-Frontends with Jonathan Creamer

This episode of Semaphore Uncut features Jonathan Creamer, Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft. We hear his monorepo experiences and about his work in the field of ‘DivOps’ – the term he coined to describe the engineering of front-end tooling. Key takeaways: DivOps is DevOps for the front-end Monorepo’s power is having all dependencies at your …

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