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My videos, livestreams, and courses. You can find all my archived videos and streams below:
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Episode 15 - White Dragon Mountain (Pt 1) was streamed live on our Twitch channel at Twitch.tv/crittestdummies on April 4th. Check us out most Sundays at 6 PM CET for new episodes! You can find this adventure and more by Bruno71 at DMsGuild.com Character art made by Lance @20sapodcast on Twitter. Game audio by Tabletop Audio. Thank you as well to our players Chris, Luke, Patrick and Shane, and our DM Peter!
Episode 14 - Three Faces of Night (Pt 1) was streamed live on our Twitch channel at Twitch.tv/crittestdummies on April 11th. Check us out most Sundays at 6 PM CET for new episodes! You can find this adventure and more by Bruno71 on DMsGuild.com Character art made by Lance @20sapodcast on Twitter. Game audio by Tabletop Audio. Thank you to our players Chris, Luke, Patrick and Shane, and our DM Peter!
I have Idit Levine back on the show to discuss how solo.io use Istio and Envoy Proxy to provide API Infrastructure from the Edge to Service Mesh.
Many frontend designers and developers rave about how easy Tailwind is to use in their projects, large and small. But what’s the getting started experience like? We dig in deep to find out.
Dockerslim claims to increase the performance and security of docker images with no effort on your part. How realistic is the claim? I take a look.
Rockset promises The real-time indexing database for modern data applications. How does it compare to the competition? I speak with Venkat Venkataramani to find out.
Many of us in software development know of, and have used HashiCorp projects. How do they stay innovative in a rapidly changing ecosystem? I speak with Ray (Consul) and Chang (Nomad) to find out more.
I looked at raycast a few months ago and the product and community has developed so much since I thought it was time to see what’s new.
Created by Istio founders, Tetrate Service Bridge is the only edge-to-workload application connectivity platform that provides enterprises with a consistent, unified way to connect and secure services across an entire mesh-managed environment.
Streamlit turns data scripts into shareable web apps in minutes. All in Python. All for free. No front‑end experience required. Too good to be true? I take a look!
The Estate of Baron Archambaud, an Ingrate is a self-contained, single-player card adventure in which players use a deck of standard playing cards to explore the Baron’s estate and retrieve an heirloom from his vault.
I love note taking applications… How does Joplin compare to the myriad options now available, and does open source hinder or help its usability? I take it for a spin and see.
The Buried is a Wretched and Alone game, based on the SRD by Chris Bissette. In this solo journaling game it begins with you trapped underground, and you will struggle to make it out alive.
Netdata helps you troubleshoot slowdowns and anomalies in your infrastructure with thousands of per-second metrics, meaningful visualizations, and insightful health alarms with zero configuration. Observability is a busy space, how do they compare? I speak with Robin Schumacher to find out.
Don’t let your designs be constrained by your CMS. Wagtail lets developers and designers work the way they want. How does a tool that promises to please everyone fair on developer experience? We dive in to take a look!Don’t let your designs be constrained by your CMS. Wagtail lets developers and designers work the way they want. How does a tool that promises to please everyone fair on developer experience? We dive in to take a look!
Audiate makes recording and editing your voice as simple as editing text in a document. How does it compare to options such as Descript, and Simon Says? I take a look.
I play a disenfranchised spellcaster who works in a droll environment. Work is too boring, but maybe there is a way to make it all a bit easier. Using 1D6, and a single game sheet, craft the best spells to make your work easier!
How can slim.ai help you create production-ready containers quickly? I speak with CEO, John Amaral to find out how.
Infrastructure as code offers many possibilities, but introduces a large amount of potential security vulnerabilities. How can Veeam help? I speak with Michael Cade to find out.
Self-hosted or hosted by us. White-label by design. API-driven and ready to be deployed on your own domain. You are in control of your events and data. Is it worth it? I find out.
I speak with Percona’s Chief Experience Officer to discuss their recent Percona live event, the future of data and how we store and collaborate with it, and what open source means to the company.
Streamlit turns data scripts into shareable web apps in minutes. All in Python. All for free. No front‑end experience required. I speak with Sammy Kauser to find out more about the company and how it fits into data pipelines.
Gitpod helps you spin up fresh, automated dev environments for each task, in the cloud, in seconds. We are joined by Mike Nikles from the team to dive into the developer experience of the platform.
Another low code/no code solution from Zoho to tie applications together. How does it compare to the myriad alternatives? I investigate!
An interactive radio drama that uses speech recognition to cast you as the secret agent in a branching story. Play as a secret agent in an interactive fictional world inspired by old time serial radio dramas. http://www.codenamecygnus.com/