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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

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This episode is supported by AWS Insiders. AWS Insiders is an edgy, entertaining podcast about the services and future of cloud computing at AWS. In every episode, hosts Rahul Subramaniam and Hilary Doyle invite a top guest from the world of cloud computing to debate the most contentious topics in the industry —  from the future of serverless to SQL versus noSQL , and from multi-cloud to locking in on a single cloud vendor. We think you should check it out! Search for AWS Insiders in your podcast player. Click here to get in on the fun.

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Another Monday morning. Sprint stand-up. Your next task is … drumroll… building an app integration. RIP. Excited to spend the next month getting your hands on developer API keys, fiddling with Oauth, testing SOAP requests, and debugging a poorly documented API? We didn’t think so either.

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You know when you’re working on a project and you leave behind a small reminder in the code – a code comment – to help others learn from your work? This podcast takes that idea by letting you listen in on two experienced technologists as they describe their building process. 

There’s a lot of work required to bring a project from whiteboard to development, and none of us can do it alone.

The host, Burr Sutter, is a Red Hatter and lifelong developer advocate and community organizer. I checked out the deep learning episode of Code Comments, and I really appreciated Burr’s guidance through the conversation. The episode tackles a deep but fascinating topic. It covers use cases, realistic examples, and motivations for the relevant technology. I think their approach allows for easier contextualization of these significant topics in the coding space.

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