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Bonus Episode: The N64 Decompilation Scene with Ethan Roseman and Mark Street


Decompilation is the process of translating a compiled program’s bytecode back into a higher-level programming language, like C. There’s a vibrant and growing scene of engineers working to decompile classic video games,


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The State of CSS with Rachel Andrews


CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a fundamental technology in web development that defines the presentation and layout of HTML documents. It serves as a styling language that allows developers to control the appearance of web pages.


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Modern SecOps with Maxime Lamothe-Brassard


Security Operations, or SecOps, refers to the collaboration between security and operations teams to secure an organization’s systems, applications, and data. Maxime Lamothe-Brassard is a Co-Founder of LimaCharlie which is a cloud SecOps platform.


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Microsoft Copilot with Justin Harris


Microsoft Copilot is a chatbot developed by Microsoft that launched in 2023 and is based on a large language model. Justin Harris is a Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft and has an extensive background in classical machine learning and neural net...


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Pinata and the Interplanetary File System with Matt Ober


The interplanetary filesystem, or IPFS, is a peer-to-peer network that uses a distributed and decentralized model. Functionally, IPFS allows users to store and share files without having to rely on a single source of truth for those files.


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Animal Well with Billy Basso


Animal Well is a Metroidvania game developed as a solo project by Billy Basso over the course of seven years. It’s the first game released by publisher Bigmode, which was founded by Jason “Dunkey” Gastrow. Billy joins the show to talk about creating An...


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LLMs for Data Queries with Sarah Nagy


One of the most promising applications of large language models is giving non-experts the ability to easily query their own data. A potential positive side effect is reducing ad-hoc data analysis requests that often strain data teams.


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Implementing KYC and User Verification with Alex Grinman


Almost every application or system involves some sort of user onboarding. Increasingly, companies must implement know-your-customer and know-your-business compliance, or KYC and KYB, as part of that process. In addition,


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Nuxt JS with Anthony Fu


Vue is a popular JavaScript frontend framework, and Nuxt is an open source meta-framework on top of Vue. Anthony Fu is a Framework Developer on the Nuxt team. He joins the show to talk about Vue, Nuxt, open source development, and more.


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Scaling Large ML Models to Small Devices with Atila Orhon


The size of ML models is growing into the many billions of parameters. This poses a challenge for running inference on non-dedicated hardware like phones and laptops. Argmax is a startup focused on developing methods to run large models on commodity ha...


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