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We’re the company behind the Couchbase open source project, a vibrant community of developers and users of Couchbase document-oriented database technology. Our flagship product, Couchbase Server, is a packaged version of Couchbase technology that’s available in Community and Enterprise Editions. We’re known for our easy scalability, consistent high performance, 24x365 availability, and a flexible data model. Companies like AOL, Cisco, Concur, LinkedIn, Orbitz, Salesforce.com, Shuffle Master, ...
 
Tech Connect is your go-to podcast for all things IT. We'll discuss cutting edge technology as well as historical trends within the industry. We love to hear from our listeners, so reach out if you have an idea for a future podcast or if you just want to say hello. Catapult Systems is an IT consulting company that offers a full spectrum of services including application development, software integration, infrastructure, managed services, user centered design solutions and enterprise mobile a ...
 
Applications fuel innovation in the cloud and mobile era. Containers, and the ecosystem that is developing around them, will empower software developers to create the next generation of applications experiences, while IT Pros can use containers to provide standardized environments for their development, QA, and production teams, creating an infrastructure that is simpler to update and maintain. Interested in learning more? Check out the resources below!
 
Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms using the iOS SDK. User interface design for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Swift programming language. Other topics include: object-oriented database API, animation, mobile device power management, multi-threading, networking and performance considerations.
 
On closer inspection, we find science and especially mathematics throughout our everyday lives, from the tap to automatic speed regulation on motorways, in medical technology or on our mobile phone. What the researchers, graduates and academic teachers in Karlsruhe puzzle about, you experience firsthand in our podcast "The modeling approach".
 
Updated for iOS 10 and Swift. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms using the iOS SDK. User interface design for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Swift programming language. Other topics include: object-oriented database API, animation, mobile device power management, multi-threading, networking and performance considerations. Pr ...
 
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This week, hosts RJ and Parul are joined by Quality Engineer Nik Arabadjiev to talk through QA processes at Lyft and how we've gotten better at things over time. Plus, Nik's description of the Bulgarian dish banitsa is going to make it the new sourdough. Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com.…
 
Aaaand we're back! On this episode, Adam, Ben, Brentley, and Keith get in the weeds on Bazel, and debate the market value of super powers, and we continue to battle with microphones while we record remotely. Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check…
 
We pick up where we left off in Part 1, discussing Lyft's mobile architecture, and our Flows and Plugins system. Join Adam, Amanda and Scott as they dive deep into the technical in this week's episode. Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com. If you're interested in working with us, check out l…
 
Hosts Adam and Amanda dive into the history of ambitious mobile architecture projects through the last few years, and the rewards we’re reaping from those efforts now. Also, the team is kind of excited about React, and very excited about powdered donuts. We’ll be back with Part 2 in 3 weeks! Transcript Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobil…
 
The first episode of 2021! Join Kevin Fang and Jeff Hurray as they describe the decision, benefits and challenges behind Server Driven UI work. Also: some controversy about laundry. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 29 - Server Driven UI with Kevin Fang & Jeff Hurray Show Notes Email your questions for Lyft Mobile Engineers to mobilepodcast@lyft.com…
 
Join Julio Carrettoni as he describes his full-circle journey around learning about testing at Lyft. Julio talks with Adam and Ben about a new face mask verification feature, how Lyft weaves testing into the developer workflow... With sometimes varying success. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 27 - Fostering a testing culture with Julio Carrettoni …
 
Shopping Apps for the Iphone Reviewed One of the fastest moving industries in the world today is that of the retail sector as consumers each day spend billions of pounds on the items they desire and this single fact has created one of the most profitable mobile applications in the world today. Another industry that is thriving right now is the mobi…
 
Join Yvonne Wong and Ryan Tempas as they discuss the creation of our Consumer and Driver App Platform teams. We talk through what a 'Platform' means at Lyft, what teams are working on, and how we approach parity between iOS and Android. Yvonne and Ryan share their offline productivity hacks! Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 26 - Exploring App Platf…
 
Educational Apps reviewed in August 2020 Being able to learn on the move is one of the most advantageous options which has been made available since the release of the latest generation of Mobile Smart Phones as it gives the user the chance to do away with games and what have you and replace them with enjoyable and detailed Education techniques. Th…
 
Mobile devices that can be used for gaming are all the rage right now and have created a whole new industry for development companies to break into. One of the latest of these devices is the all new Windows Mobile Phone which offers the user the highly recognized and extremely successful windows platform to play their games on. If you shop around f…
 
Join Corey Zanotti and James Paolantonio as they walk through the recent health and safety product features we’ve implemented to make our platform safer for our users: tight deadlines, all-hands-on-deck situations, remote collaboration, and optimal use of existing infrastructure. Also Dance Dance Revolution. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 25 - Bu…
 
Kris Gellci joins Adam and Polly to discuss how we approached translating and localizing our apps, allowing Lyft to expand into new regions and provide better user experiences. We talk about Thomas Edison and creative problem solving. Also baby length. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 24 - Bringing Lyft International with Kris Gellci Show Notes We …
 
Innovative Mobile Apps Mobile Apps are now some of the most sought after and popular mobile device creations ever to be made available to us and there are now countless amounts of these on offers to us each day. As the saying goes “whatever you need there’s an app for that” and this could now not be more true as there literally is an app for anythi…
 
Miguel Ángel Juárez López joins Adam and Ben to discuss Lyft's creative and committed approach to making our client apps resilient. We learn about Miguel's experience being a developer and people manager at the same time, and how to not get lost in the woods. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 23 - Engineering for Resiliency with Miguel Ángel Juárez …
 
Tim Johnson joins Artem and Amanda to discuss how he has coped with working with teams in different timezones, his strategies for staying connected while remote, and a theoretical conversation about using Slack in space. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 22 - Long-Distance Development with Tim Johnson Show Notes We want to hear from you! What questi…
 
Vladimir Tagakov joins Artem and RJ to get into the Android weeds on IDE, Dagger migrations, beating tech debt. Plus a bit of talk on unambitious time travel. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 21 - Programming the IDE to work for you with Vladimir Tagakov Show Notes Vlad on Telegram RJ on Instagram Artem on Twitter…
 
Amanda Chaudhary joins Artem and Ben to talk through the efforts to keep the Lyft mobile org engaged and scaling effectively, and about Amanda's passion for music and technology. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 20 - Maintaining Mobile Org Unity at Scale with Amanda Chaudhary Show Notes: Amanda Chaudhary on Twitter Polly on Twitter Adam on Twitter…
 
In March 2018 Gudrun had a day available in London when travelling back from the FENICS workshop in Oxford. She contacted a few people working in mathematics at the University College London (ULC) and asked for their time in order to talk about their research. In the end she brought back three episodes for the podcast. This is the second of these c…
 
This is the third of three conversation recorded during the Conference on mathematics of wave phenomena 23-27 July 2018 in Karlsruhe. Gudrun is in conversation with Anne-Sophie Bonnet-BenDhia from ENSTA in Paris about transmission properties in perturbed waveguides. The spectral theory is essential to study wave phenomena. For instance, everybody h…
 
In den nächsten Wochen bis zum 20.2.2020 möchte Anna Hein, Studentin der Wissenschaftskommunikation am KIT, eine Studie im Rahmen ihrer Masterarbeit über den Podcast Modellansatz durchführen. Dazu möchte sie gerne einige Interviews mit Ihnen, den Hörerinnen und Hörern des Podcast Modellansatz führen, um herauszufinden, wer den Podcast hört und wie …
 
In den nächsten Wochen bis zum 20.2.2020 möchte Anna Hein, Studentin der Wissenschaftskommunikation am KIT, eine Studie im Rahmen ihrer Masterarbeit über den Podcast Modellansatz durchführen. Dazu möchte sie gerne einige Interviews mit Ihnen, den Hörerinnen und Hörern des Podcast Modellansatz führen, um herauszufinden, wer den Podcast hört und wie …
 
Thomas Ezan joins Adam and Ben to talk about the difference between creating features for the long-term vs. creating features to test new ideas. Other topics: how communication changes as your team grows, experimentation, and public speaking. Also: which apps can be deleted from your phone. Transcript Lyft Mobile Podcast - 17 - Developing for Growt…
 
Gudrun talks to Anna Geyer. Anna is Assistant professer at TU Delft in the Mathematical Physics group at the Delft Institute of Applied Mathematics. She is interested in the behaviour of solutions to equations which model shallow water waves. The day before (04.07.2019) Anna gave a talk at the Kick-off meeting for the second funding period of the C…
 
Chris Selin joins Adam and Polly to talk about what it was like as Lyft's team grew from 7 mobile developers up to 70. Topics include hackathons, managing long-running iOS feature development, xib vs. programmatic layout, and sustainability. Also, Chris's plans to time-travel possess Neil Armstrong for the week on the moon landing. Transcript From …
 
Gudrun talks with Changjing Zhuge. He is a guest in the group of Lennart Hilbert and works at the College of applied sciences and the Beijing Institute for Scientific and Engineering Computing (BISEC) at the Beijing University of Technology. He is a mathematician who is interested in system biology. In some cases he studies delay differential equat…
 
Ben Rhoads joins Adam and Artem to talk about what goes into building Self-driving vehicles. What special requirements mobile software has to take into account when building for Self-driving, the core components of an AV, and what the mechanical engineering development cycle is like. Also, robotic measuring arms. Transcript Building Self-Driving wi…
 
Matt Klein joins Adam and Ben to talk about his role leading the Envoy Proxy project. We cover what a proxy is and why a proxy is needed, how Envoy got started and where it is today, open source, and leading technically as a high level IC. Also pickles. Too many pickles. Transcript Leading Technically with Matt Klein Show Notes Matt Klein on Medium…
 
Artem joins Adam and Patrick to talk about improving the productivity of Lyft's Android developers. Topics include IntelliJ plugins, Gradle, Buck, Bazel, remote cache, remote execution, and open source. Also graffiti. Transcript Android Build Tools with Artem Zinnatullin Show Notes Artem on Twitter ReactiveX/RxJava on Github Patrick on Twitter Adam…
 
Lou joins Adam and Polly to talk about how Lyft uses raw data to make the roads safer. Topics include wrangling large data streams, pros and cons of third party libraries, and deriving meaning from data using machine learning. Also shark attacks. Transcript Telematics with Lou Zell Show Notes Where to find Lou... on... MUNI? Lyft Mobile Podcast, Ep…
 
Michael and Alan join Adam and Sam to talk about consistency in API usage, contracts, code generation, and Envoy Mobile. Also human-sized pusheen dolls. Transcript Mobile Networking with Michael Rebello and Alan Chiu Show Notes lyft/envoy-mobile on github Michael on Twitter Alan on Twitter lyft/protoc-gen-star on github envoyproxy/envoy on github L…
 
In June 2019 Gudrun talked with Serena Carelli. Serena is member of the Research Training Group (RTG) Simet, which is based in Karlsruhe, Ulm and Offenburg. It started its work in 2017 and Gudrun is associated postdoc therein. The aim of that graduate school is to work on the better understanding of Lithium-ion batteries. For that it covers all sca…
 
Kateryna joins Adam and Ben to talk about receiving mentorship, UI automation testing, and experimentation. Also child daredevil careers. Transcript Growing as an Android Developer with Kateryna Semenova Show Notes Espresso Android Framework for UI Automation Testing ImageMagick app for composing images Kateryna's Blog post: How to grow new user si…
 
Jeff joins Adam and Sam to talk about refactoring, tech debt, and architectural contagion. Also the Swarm of Drones Lux ride mode. Transcript Refactoring with Jeff Hurray Show Notes Jeff Hurray on Twitter Bill Clark's A Taxonomy of Tech Debt blog post Sam Soffes on Twitter Adam on TwitterJeff Hurray
 
Patrick joins Adam and Polly to talk about how to lead a team of mobile engineers as an Engineering Manager. Topics include advice for new managers, humility, and focusing on people problems not technical problems. And the TV show Survivor. Transcript Leading Mobile Teams with Patrick Sunday Show Notes Patrick Sunday on LinkedIn Polly Peterson on L…
 
Alex joins Adam and Artem to talk about using vector graphics in mobile development, design consistency, and the near impossible task of morphing letters into other letters. Also what animal is best qualified to pilot Alex’s body for a day. Transcript Vector Graphics in Mobile with Alex Lockwood Show Notes Alex's Blog: Android Design Patterns Shape…
 
JP and RJ join Adam and Sam to talk about working side by side with an iOS or Android counterpart, when feature parity isn't the most important thing, and healthy competition. Also what things taste like cricket and taking tables off of your sandwiches. Transcript Working With a Counterpart with JP Simard and RJ Marsan Show Notes RJ's Post post abo…
 
Linzi joins Adam and Sam to talk about her role designing quality into Lyft's user experiences. Also fluffernutters. Transcript Designing for Quality with Linzi Berry Transcript Show Notes Constraint Layout (for Designers) on TapToDismiss Abstract Rename It - Sketch plugin that batch renames layers and a lot more Linzi's blog Linzi on Twitter Sam o…
 
Gudrun met Magdalena Gonciarz in Dresden. They sat down in a very quiet Coffeeshop in Dreikönigskirche and talked about their experiences as scientists giving science an image. Magda started Portrait of science in 2016 with two objectives: to show that science is a process with many contributors at all carreer levels and to have a get-away from a d…
 
Parul Shukla joins Adam and Ben to talk about her role on Lyft's Driving team, but also her role on multiple other teams she's helped in order to gain experience. Also, cheesecake. Transcript Taking on Side-Projects with Parul Shukla Transcript Show Notes Parul Shukla on LinkedIn Adam on Twitter Ben on Twitter…
 
Polly Peterson joins Adam and Artem to talk about about her role protecting the quality of the releases we make to our users. Also bargain-basement superpowers. Transcript Managing Our Releases with Polly Peterson Transcript Show Notes Polly on Linked In Polly's Google Meet trick to automatically present to your current meeting Adam on Twitter Arte…
 
Keith Smiley joins Adam and Sam to talk about his role making every other iOS developer more productive. Also vim. Transcript Tooling for iOS Productivity with Keith Smiley Transcript Show Notes Keith on Twitter Keith on Github Keith's dotfiles repo - 2,796 commits and growing yonaskolb/XcodeGen on Github Adam on Twitter Sam on Twitter…
 
Sam Soffes joins Adam and Ben to talk about how Lyft designs its applications with a focus on consistency. Also boat-cars. Transcript Mobile Design System with Sam Soffes Transcript Show Notes Sam Soff.es's personal website Sam on Twitter Lyft/xiblint on github: A tool for linting storyboard and xib files Atom.io code editor Boat cars Adam on Twitt…
 
Gudrun Talks to Sema Coşkun who at the moment of the conversation in 2018 is a Post Doc researcher at the University Kaiserslautern in the group of financial mathematics. She constructs models for the behaviour of energy markets. In short the conversation covers the questions How are classical markets modelled? In which way are energy markets diffe…
 
Gudrun talks to Carlos Mauricio Rojas La Rotta. They use a Skype connection since Carlos is in Berlin and Gudrun in Karlsruhe. Carlos is an electrical engineer from Colombia. His first degree is from Pontifcia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. For five years now he has been working at Schneider Electric in Berlin. In September 2018 Gudrun met Carlos…
 
Gudrun talks with the Scotish engineer Claire Harvey. After already having finished a Master's degree in Product design engineering at the University of Glasgow for the last two years Claire has been a student of the Energy Technologies (ENTECH) Master program. This is an international and interdisciplinary program under the label of the European I…
 
Gudrun talks to Zaheer Ahamed about the influence of an increasing number of Electric vehicles (EV) to the electrical grid. Zaheer just finished the ENTECH Master's program. He started it with his first year at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and continued in Uppsala University for the second year. Gudrun was part of the grading proces…
 
Gudrun talks to Jousef Murad about the computing platform SimScale. Jousef is currently studying mechanical engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and focuses on turbulence modelling and computational mechanics in his Master's studies. He first learned about the existence of SimScale early in the year 2015 and started as a FEA (…
 
In the last two semesters Gudrun has taught the courses Advanced Mathematics I and II for Mechanical Engineers. This is a mandatory lecture for the International mechanical engineering students at KIT in their first year of the Bachelor program. This program is organized by the Carl Benz School of Engineering. Beside the study courses, the school a…
 
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