Go through solving a hackathon using Kubernetes, Crossplane and ArgoCD.
Join the podcasters as they dive into the world of quantum computing. What exactly is it, how do people use it and what could it mean for the future?
How do you know when to use bleeding-edge technology? Sometimes the right decision means sticking with what you know and using vanilla technology.
The podcasters discuss how roles in technology have changed over time. How do waterfall and agile methodologies play into changing roles?
The Right to Repair Act has the potential to affect everything from John Deere tractors to Apple iPhones. The podcasters discuss what this is and how it could affect the technology industry.
When is the next big thing the right thing? Bleeding edge tech is a risk, but sometimes it is a risk worth taking. How do you approach bringing brand new tech into production?
In quite possibly the greatest thing to have ever been recorded, the podcasters talk about hype in general and hype in technology.
You might know bitcoin as a preferred payment system for ransomware or a volatile investment but like every technology there are two side to the coin. With one side being the potential to impact financial and social systems… in a good way!
The podcasters talk about fads. Business fads, tech fads, and other fads. We may have mistaken some trends for fads, so I guess we are talking about trends as well.
There is no avoiding the IT Department. In this episode, we talk about how we can get the most out IT, the role IT plays, and why it matters.
The podcasters talk about the different ways they have automated their homes, except for Kyle who still lives like a caveman.
The podcasters Peter, Chad, Clare and Kyle talk about their experiences with getting food to eat during 2020 and beyond. Important tips like: “Don’t order hardshell tacos from 30 minutes away”, “If you don’t have experience with a restaurant, order more than one entree just in case the one you want isn’t the one you want”