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Best Database podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Database podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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KneeDeepInTech is a weekly(-ish) podcast covering IT and technology, focusing on the Microsoft stack. We are two MVPs and one very experienced solutions architect, all of us are Microsoft Certified Trainers and between us we have over 40 years of IT infrastructure experience. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
Speaking in Tech: "Where Enterprise Tech meets Consumer Tech...". Speaking in Tech is hosted by Peter Smallbone, Josh Atwell and Melissa Gurney Greene. Topics include popular tech, data storage, cloud computing, networking, storage virtualization, server virtualization, backup, disaster recovery and anything else interesting in the tech world. Disclosure: Speaking in tech does not receive support directly or indirectly from vendors or guests. Vendor relationships are disclosed on the podcast.
 
My mission is to create 200 new multi-millionaire business owners who solve world problems with entrepreneurship. How? You'll do better when you know better. Would it help you to have a mentor who can cut your learning curve by sharing their mistakes with you so you could avoid them? Would it help you to talk to that mentor and learn how they shifted their mindset to allow success to happen in the first place? Would it help you to hear them talk to other high-level entrepreneurs about their ...
 
This course introduces concept and terminology in database system, like architecture database, relational model, database planning, normalization technique, ER Modeling, Structure Query Language (SQL), security issues in database environment, and database technologies like Online Transaction Processing concept. It gives student basic knowledge about how to create dan modifies tables that appropriate to the requirement of organization.
 
The study of relational database architecture, design, access, administration and implementation in the context of various organizational environments. The course includes issues of data normalization, standard queries, and the use of popular relational and object technologies for building business-oriented applications. Assigned projects will provide hands-on experience with industry leading SQL and RDBMS tools and ER CASE tools currently popular in business and government steeings.
 
Developer Advocate, Matthew Groves, meets with top developers and database leaders to share everything you need to know when it comes to NoSQL databases. Learn about the latest trends in web, mobile, IoT, and game development and how companies are including NoSQL databases into their technology stack. Hear tips and tricks when it comes to using NoSQL databases as well as success stories from people all around the world. This podcast is sponsored by the open source NoSQL database company, Cou ...
 
Join the brightest SolarWinds minds and IT industry influencers, as they cut through the jargon and give you the tools you need to grow and keep your tech knowledge razor-sharp. Come with questions—leave with actionable steps and practical insights. Have ideas for future episodes or topics? Tweet us @solarwinds using #TechPod.
 
The Cloudcast is the industry's leading, independent Cloud Computing podcast. Since 2011, co-hosts Aaron Delp & Brian Gracely have interviewed technology and business leaders that are shaping the future of computing. Topics will include Cloud Computing | Open Source | AWS | Azure | GCP | Serverless | DevOps | Big Data | ML | AI | Security | Kubernetes | AppDev | SaaS | PaaS | CaaS | IoT.
 
DevOps.com for the best chats on DevOps, Cyber, Cloud Native & Digital Transformation. DevOps Chats is brought you by MediaOps https://mediaops.io, the people behind DevOps.com, Security Boulevard, Container Journal, Digital Anarchist and more. Featuring CEO, editor in chief, Alan Shimel, talking with leading lights of the industry
 
SQL Server Radio is a Podcast for SQL Server DBAs, database developers, architects, system administrators, and anyone else who is interested in the Microsoft SQL Server platform and the Microsoft data platform in general. As the data world changes, we also occasionally talk about other platforms and services like Azure and Amazon cloud services, Elastic Search, Hadoop, MongoDB, Machine Learning, and much more.
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Android Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Android Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Android Patterns and Practices, useful libraries and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top Android Developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being an Android Developer.
 
Rajib Vlogs here about travel, radio, timelapse, data podcast, & various adventures diving into both art and science world!Data Podcast: http://www.soundcloud.com/data-podcastTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/rajib2k5 Photography: http://www.facebook.com/RajibBaharPhotographyFor CC Community Contribution project go to: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCalecNNTqdYnbi5PkqDSI6wDonations are welcome to these addresses:Bitcoin: 36TCe8dAtdod46P5qkPQcG8sM7urwHg9ujBitcoin Cash: qr7ls ...
 
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Most data scientists bounce back and forth regularly between doing analysis in databases using SQL and building and deploying machine learning pipelines in R or python. But if we think ahead a few years, a few visionary researchers are starting to see a world in which the ML pipelines can actually be deployed inside the database. Why? One strong ad…
 
Chris and Chris are joined by their first celebrity guest of the year, the very sufferable Kendra Little. The usual beer chat deviates to include talk of Eagles, Turkeys and Buffalos, while our hosts nerd out on their favorite statistics from the 2020 State of Database DevOps Report. We also see the return of the news segment and a surprise S Club …
 
Serving dynamic vector tiles might not be as difficult as you think. Paul Ramsey from Crunchy Data starts off by walking us through the early days of PostGIS, explaining what a vector tile is and the advantages over image tiles before explaining how you can easily and safely serve your own data as vector tiles straight from a PostgreSQL database. f…
 
Datical has been a leader in the DevOps for databases since even before the term was used. What many may not realize was that the open source Liquibase project was a major contributor to Datical's success. So it should be no surprise then that in filling the open President's seat, they would tap an open source veteran.Dion Cornett, has open source …
 
Kadi Kraman recently created a course with Front End Masters about React Native. She talks about her experience working with Front End Masters. She explains what it was like working on and designing a course that was meant to be taught both in person and online. She was chosen because she has actual experience delivering applications. Panelists Cha…
 
The SolarWinds® Cloud Confessions 2020 survey explores how extensively technology professionals are using APM tools, whether on-premises or for SaaS-based application management, and how they monitor these environments. One of the things the survey revealed this year was the introspection our colleagues in tech are doing about the changing nature o…
 
With so many working from home (WFH), security is being tested perhaps like it never has before. The good folks at SpecOps have made their password auditor product free during this trying time.We spoke with Darren James of SpecSoft about this release and some other tools they have released to help people through the rough spots. Darren had some goo…
 
Well, the world took a crazy turn and everyone's working from home now. How doyou work from home? An experienced developer who's done this before talks to anewbie and discuss their thoughts. Shownotes Maker's schedule vs Manager's schedule git commit --allow-empty -m "todo: listen to fragmented" -m "send KG & DF tweet" git squash & merge Instacart.…
 
The past can trigger us in so many ways. Low self-esteem is possibly linked to past experiences, and it might take a long time to recover from traumatic experiences. Some even take anti-depressants, but it still would not do any good. Learn how coaching your mind can be a helpful solution to this. In today’s episode, Coach the Mind's founder, Moham…
 
On New Year's Eve, I was reminiscing about the past decade. I started posting some pictures on Twitter from the past decade, which were really memories for me of what had happened in life. Later, I saw this tweet from the Pittsburgh Pirates, quoting the late Roberto Clemente, a renowned humanitarian. The quote is: "Any time you have an opportunity …
 
The last few weeks have been interesting, to put it mildly, with both more and less engagement online. I see more people holding video calls, both inside and outside of work, but I also see less engagement at SQLServerCentral, blogs, Slack, and some of the more common community tools we've had. I suspect this new way of working is strange, and it's…
 
Daniel "Spoons" Spoonhower made a bit of a name for himself while he was at Google, as did his two co-founders. They were there at the birth of the microservices wave that has swept through the software world.They left Google and started LightStep to help all developers build better, more scalable applications.With their new release they have pushe…
 
In this episode, Martin and Chris are joined in conversation by Alex Chircop, CEO at StorageOS. The company has announced StorageOS V2.0, a significant evolution in their storage platform, built for containers using containers. As this episode explains, the version 2.0 release of StorageOS enhances scalability and resiliency, with a strong focus on…
 
One of the very common ways that many developers learn to write code is through loops. Almost every language as some sort of FOR and WHILE looping structure. Many people build these in T-SQL, which often creates performance issues as the engine inefficiently deals with the RBAR (row by agonizing row) processing. That seems like it might change in t…
 
In Part 2, we're continuing our discussion with Mike Loukides of O'Reilly Media from last week's episode, we dive into data privacy and how when we know we've crossed the line of violating the anonymity of people's social and physical fingerprints. We also discuss how interoperability and APIs are essential for securing data pipelines from the user…
 
Hugh Francis joins in to talk about LightOS and the Light Phone. The Light Phone is a simplified phone built with e-ink that uses React Native as its way to build applications. Panelists Charles Max Wood Tim Jung Guest Hugh Francis Sponsors Infinite Red G2i | Enjoy the luxuries of freelancing CacheFly _______________________________________________…
 
The SolarWinds® Cloud Confessions 2020 survey explores how extensively technology professionals are using APM tools, whether on-premises or for SaaS-based application management, and how they monitor these environments. This year’s survey shows most tech pros are using APM tools in a troubleshooting capacity and not as part of proactive APM strateg…
 
Show Description Divya Tagtachian stops by the ShopTalk studios to answer questions about Jamstack and Netlify. What\'s open authoring? Can a SPA be Jamstack? Can a site be too large for Jamstack? Is SSR the same thing as Jamstack? What\'s happening with WordPress and Jamstack? Links Netlify Discourse Dev.to Netlify Build Plugins Zeit ShopTalk 403 …
 
In this episode, a.k.a "managing handymensch", Simon and Toni discuss changes to Microsoft support and update policies amid the COVID-19 situation, Minecraft EDU being free for the time being and try to figure out just how many screens are reasonable to have... For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy…
 
YouTube is one of the social media platforms for producing famous “influencers” who motivate their followers by sharing their passion or talent. This passion can then be a gateway to start a business. This is what happened to Austin Dunham, who initially posted videos of himself to inspire others to start a healthy lifestyle. In this episode, Austi…
 
Today, git is the standard for distributed version control. Services like GitHub and GitLab have made it very popular. But while many developers know the basics, a lot of us still think of it as magic and are unaware of the “power tools” that come with it. We’ll discuss a number of commands or command options that will help you be more productive.…
 
File systems provide structure and a way to store data on computer systems. From the early days of FAT and NTFS, we now see a proliferation of file systems in the enterprise. Why do we have so many and what benefits do they offer? In this episode, Chris and Martin look at the evolution of the file system and why solutions have been developed to mee…
 
We're almost a quarter into the new year. Think about these statements: "Imagine you lose your job tomorrow. What would you like your next job to look like? Start acquiring the skills for your desired next job today!" That's a quote from Jan 2, when I saw someone talking about their struggles. It was a statement that resonated with me, and it's one…
 
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