Software Engineering Daily

Technical interviews about software topics.

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Web Tracking with Bill Budington

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Elasticsearch with Philipp Krenn

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The Future of React Native with Brent Vatne and Adam Perry

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LLVM with Morgan Wilde

Every program gets compiled down to 1s and 0s before it can be executed against hardware. Before being translated to machine code, programs that are written in a language like Rust, Swift, or Java spend time in an intermediate representation. In Java,


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Complacency with Tyler Cowen

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Blockchain Applications with Mike Goldin

Cryptocurrencies are not only a financial instrument–they are a new platform for building applications. The blockchain allows for new solutions to digital property management, micropayments, hedge fund incentives, and ad fraud.


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