Crossbar.io with Tobias Oberstein and Alexander Gödde – Episode 101

As our system architectures and the Internet of Things continue to push us towards distributed logic we need a way to route the traffic between those various components. Crossbar.io is the original implementation of the Web Application Messaging Protocol (WAMP) which combines Remote Procedure Calls (RPC) with Publish/Subscribe (PubSub) communication patterns into a single communication layer. In this episode Tobias Oberstein describes the use cases and design patterns that become possible when you have event-based RPC in a high-throughput and low-latency system.

Episode 86 – Kinto with Alexis Metaireau and Mathieu Leplatre

Are you looking for a backend as a service offering where you have full control of your data? Look no further than Kinto! This week Alexis Metaireau and Mathieu Leplatre share the story of how Kinto was created, how it works under the covers, and some of the ways that it is being used at Mozilla and around the web.

Episode 74 – Python at Zalando

MP3 Audio [32 MB]DownloadShow URL Summary Open source has proven its value in many ways over the years. In many companies that value is purely in terms of consuming available projects and platforms. In this episode Zalando describes their recent move to creating and releasing a number of their internal …

Episode 68 – Test Engineering with Cris Medina

We all know that testing is an important part of software and systems development. The problem is that as our systems and applications grow, the amount of testing necessary increases at an exponential rate. Cris Medina joins us this week to talk about some of the problems and approaches associated with testing these complex systems and some of the ways that Python can help.

Episode 61 – Sentry with David Cramer

As developers we all have to deal with bugs sometimes, but we don’t have to make our users deal with them too. Sentry is a project that automatically detects errors in your applications and surfaces the necessary information to help you fix them quickly. In this episode we interviewed David Cramer about the history of Sentry and how he has built a team around it to provide a hosted offering of the open source project. We covered how the Sentry project got started, how it scales, and how to run a company based on open source.

Episode 57 – Buildbot with Pierre Tardy

MP3 Audio [89 MB]DownloadShow URL Visit our site to listen to past episodes, support the show, join our community, and sign up for our mailing list. Summary As technology professionals, we need to make sure that the software we write is reliably bug free and the best way to do …

Episode 55 – LibCloud with Anthony Shaw

MP3 Audio [94 MB]DownloadShow URL Visit our site to listen to past episodes, support the show, join our community, and sign up for our mailing list. Summary More and more of our applications are running in the cloud and there are increasingly more providers to choose from. The LibCloud project …

Episode 54 – Pip and the Python Package Authority with Donald Stufft

MP3 Audio [58 MB]DownloadShow URL Visit our site to listen to past episodes, support the show, join our community, and sign up for our mailing list. Summary As Python developers we have all used pip to install the different libraries and projects that we need for our work, but have …

Episode 53 – StackStorm with Tomaž Muraus and Patrick Hoolboom

MP3 Audio [67 MB]DownloadShow URL Visit our site to listen to past episodes, support the show, join our community, and sign up for our mailing list. Summary If you are responsible for managing any amount of servers, then you know that automation is critical for maintaining your sanity. This week …

Episode 44 – Airflow with Maxime Beauchemin

Are you struggling with trying to manage a series of related, interdependent batch jobs? Then you should check out Airflow. In this episode we spoke with the project’s creator Maxime Beauchemin about what inspired him to create it, how it works, and why you might want to use it. Airflow is a data pipeline management tool that will simplify how you build, deploy, and monitor your complex data processing tasks so that you can focus on getting the insights you need from your data.