Bob Quillin, Vice President of Oracle Cloud Developer Relations, joins guest host Javed Mohammed to explain his tech predictions for 2020, which cover the cloud, open source, Kubernetes, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and more.
Kelsey Hightower is a developer advocate, an open source aficionado, and a widely recognized expert on Kubernetes. He is the creator of the open source tutorial Kubernetes The Hard Way, available on Github, and he is a co-author of Kubernetes: Up and Running: Dive Into the Future of Infrastructure, the second edition of which is now available from O’Reilly Media. In this program his conversation with Oracle's Karthik Gaekwad encompasses Kubernetes, Open Source, cloud computing, developer advocacy and a lot more. Listen!
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Oracle JET product team members John Brock and Geertjan Wielenga join Fishbowl Solutions senior principal cloud consultant John Sim and Ecovue Solutions technology director Pani Gummaraju to discuss Oracle JET -- what it is, how it's used in the real world, and what the future holds. Recorded live at Oracle Code One 2019 in San Francisco.
In this program Suhas Uliyar (Vice President of Mobile Strategy Product Management for Oracle) and Mark Johnson (Chief AI Scientist, Oracle Digital Assistant product team) discuss artificial intelligence, what’s new in the Oracle Digital Assistant platform, and why data is the new oil.
A group of organizers and presenters from the 12-country Oracle Groundbreakers Latin America Tour 2019 recap the the event over delicious Pakistani food while in San Francisco for Oracle OpenWorld.
In a 5-month period beginning in late 2018, two Boeing 737 Max aircraft crashed in similar circumstances, killing 343 people. Investigators determined that in each case the crash was caused by problems with flight control software unique to that aircraft model. All 737 Max aircraft were subsequently grounded, where they remain, and the story remains in the news. This podcast, a rebroadcast of a show published on March 21, 2018, looks at the increasing complexity in software, and at what can be done to reduce that complexity and increase safety.
Can software save the world? In this program you’ll meet a group of people who believe the answer is a resounding yes, key members of a group of software developers and IT professionals behind For All a Beautiful Earth, a non-profit organization also known by the acronym FABE. The developers at FABE have produced a mobile app that allows you to set goals and manage activities for reducing your personal impact on the environment. Click play to learn more about FABE and its mission from key members of the team.
Oracle Groundbreakers Podcast #368 features a conversation with the winners of the 2019 Oracle Groundbreaker Awards. The discussion covers their career journeys, their thoughts on where software development is today, and on where it’s going tomorrow.
It’s one of the immutable rules of Information Technology: everything changes all the time. Amid all that paradigm shifting and envelope pushing, does enterprise integration get a pass? Of course not! Conversations about Integration once involved terms like “service oriented architecture” and “enterprise service bus.” But times and the vocabulary have changed, and those conversations -- like the one you are about to hear -- now involve a new vocabulary: containers, serverless, REST, APIs. The people doing the talking in this program are experienced architects with plenty to say about changing views on enterprise integration.
In August of 2018 we did a program entitled Developer Evolution: What’s Rocking Roles in IT. That program focused primarily on the forces that are reshaping the role of the software developer. In this program we shift the focus to the DBA -- the Database Administrator -- and the evolve-or-perish choices that face those in that role. Bringing their insight to the discussion is an international panel of experts who represent years of DBA experience, and some of the forces that are transforming that role.