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We’re increasingly seeing a trend of organizations exposing events — particularly business domain events — before knowing who the consumers are or what the specific applications are, in the hope that people elsewhere in the organization can discover these events and create value, without us directly orchestrating it.


But creating big upfront architectures can make developers nervous — not least about costs. Neal Ford and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Erik Dörnenburg, Head of Technology at ThoughtWorks Germany, and Evan Bottcher, Technology Lead in ThoughtWorks Australia.

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Ep 12: Serendipitous events

We’re increasingly seeing a trend of organizations exposing events — particularly business domain events — before knowing who the consumers are or what the specific applications are, in the hope that people elsewhere in the organization can discover these events and create value, without us directly orchestrating it.


But creating big upfront architectures can make developers nervous — not least about costs. Neal Ford and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Erik Dörnenburg, Head of Technology at ThoughtWorks Germany, and Evan Bottcher, Technology Lead in ThoughtWorks Australia.

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Serverless has become the buzzword du jour. But what does it mean? What are the implications for your enterprise applications when you’re using services where you’re not responsible for the infrastructure that they run on? How do AWS Lambda, Azure Functions and GCP Cloud Functions fit in?


To explore these issues, our co-hosts Mike Mason and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Paula Paul, a Tech Principal at ThoughtWorks and Mike Roberts, an external cloud engineering consultant and former ThoughtWorker.

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Ep 11: Diving into serverless architecture

Serverless has become the buzzword du jour. But what does it mean? What are the implications for your enterprise applications when you’re using services where you’re not responsible for the infrastructure that they run on? How do AWS Lambda, Azure Functions and GCP Cloud Functions fit in?


To explore these issues, our co-hosts Mike Mason and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Paula Paul, a Tech Principal at ThoughtWorks and Mike Roberts, an external cloud engineering consultant and former ThoughtWorker.

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With so many advances in tech promising to redefine the business landscape, how can you establish what to prioritize? How can you make sense of all this change?


ThoughtWorks uses the lens of five Seismic Shifts, which help unpack the significance of these changes: the tech that will power them and the impact they’ll have on business. Taking a deep dive into these issues, we’ve gathered together all of our ThoughtWorks Podcasts hosts — what better way to kick off 2019?

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Ep 10: Seismic shifts

With so many advances in tech promising to redefine the business landscape, how can you establish what to prioritize? How can you make sense of all this change?


ThoughtWorks uses the lens of five Seismic Shifts, which help unpack the significance of these changes: the tech that will power them and the impact they’ll have on business. Taking a deep dive into these issues, we’ve gathered together all of our ThoughtWorks Podcasts hosts — what better way to kick off 2019?

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For this bonus episode, Rebecca Parsons, ThoughtWorks’ CTO is joined by special guest danah boyd, a sociotechnical researcher at Microsoft Research. They explore how bias is introduced in algorithms, the damaging impacts this can have and how this can be mitigated.


Danah is a renowned academic, widely published author and campaigner, with a focus on the intersection between people and technology. She has a strong interest in understanding how contemporary social inequities relate to technology and society more generally.

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Ep 9: Understanding bias in algorithmic systems

For this bonus episode, Rebecca Parsons, ThoughtWorks’ CTO is joined by special guest danah boyd, a sociotechnical researcher at Microsoft Research. They explore how bias is introduced in algorithms, the damaging impacts this can have and how this can be mitigated.


Danah is a renowned academic, widely published author and campaigner, with a focus on the intersection between people and technology. She has a strong interest in understanding how contemporary social inequities relate to technology and society more generally.

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Microservices has emerged as an important architectural choice for the enterprise. But the ecosystem to support microservices is still being built.


In this episode, co-hosts Zhamak Dehghani and Mike Mason are joined by James Lewis — author of one of the seminal articles on microservices — and Lakshminarasimhan Sudarshan, both Principal Consultants at Thoughtworks. They explore the state of microservices today, the pitfalls and anti-patterns (like distributed monolith) we see emerging and how microservices is being used successfully.

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Ep8: Microservices — the state of the art

Microservices has emerged as an important architectural choice for the enterprise. But the ecosystem to support microservices is still being built.


In this episode, co-hosts Zhamak Dehghani and Mike Mason are joined by James Lewis — author of one of the seminal articles on microservices — and Lakshminarasimhan Sudarshan, both Principal Consultants at Thoughtworks. They explore the state of microservices today, the pitfalls and anti-patterns (like distributed monolith) we see emerging and how microservices is being used successfully.

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The way we interact with computers has transformed, from the classic keyboard-screen combination, to touchscreen and latterly — with the advent of digital personal assistants — to voice. These changing interfaces bring with them new challenges in creating software.


In this episode, regular co-hosts Alexey Villas Boas and Mike Mason are joined by Neil Redding and Barbara Wolff Dick as they explore the impact of innovation in our computer interfaces.

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Ep7: Evolving interactions

The way we interact with computers has transformed, from the classic keyboard-screen combination, to touchscreen and latterly — with the advent of digital personal assistants — to voice. These changing interfaces bring with them new challenges in creating software.


In this episode, regular co-hosts Alexey Villas Boas and Mike Mason are joined by Neil Redding and Barbara Wolff Dick as they explore the impact of innovation in our computer interfaces.

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RESTful APIs quickly established themselves as useful architectural style for replatforming legacy systems with web-based ones. But increasingly, developers are running into the boundaries of deploying REST and API purity — confronting real world issues such as the rapid evolution of APIs for frontend layers where connectivity is patchy and where APIs should meet the changing visual representation and behavior of the frontend, where we increasingly see the adoption of alternatives such as GraphQL.


In this episode, co-hosts Mike Mason and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Brandon Byars, Market Technical Principal at ThoughtWorks North America and James Gregory, Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks Australia to explore the current state of API design and look at the impact of event-based architectures.

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Ep 6: The state of API design

RESTful APIs quickly established themselves as useful architectural style for replatforming legacy systems with web-based ones. But increasingly, developers are running into the boundaries of deploying REST and API purity — confronting real world issues such as the rapid evolution of APIs for frontend layers where connectivity is patchy and where APIs should meet the changing visual representation and behavior of the frontend, where we increasingly see the adoption of alternatives such as GraphQL.


In this episode, co-hosts Mike Mason and Zhamak Dehghani are joined by Brandon Byars, Market Technical Principal at ThoughtWorks North America and James Gregory, Tech Lead at ThoughtWorks Australia to explore the current state of API design and look at the impact of event-based architectures.

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The ThoughtWorks Technology Radar is the must-read report for anyone interested in state-of-the-art software development. In this episode, we take a behind-the-scenes look at how the Radar is built: how technologies get onto the Radar; the in-depth discussions over where they’re placed; and why some things miss out.


Regular co-hosts Dr Rebecca Parsons and Neal Ford are joined by Marco Valtas, Lead Consultant at ThoughtWorks Brazil and Camilla Crispim, Lead Technologist and the Tech Assistant for the ThoughtWorks CTO.

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Ep5: How We Build the Tech Radar

The ThoughtWorks Technology Radar is the must-read report for anyone interested in state-of-the-art software development. In this episode, we take a behind-the-scenes look at how the Radar is built: how technologies get onto the Radar; the in-depth discussions over where they’re placed; and why some things miss out.


Regular co-hosts Dr Rebecca Parsons and Neal Ford are joined by Marco Valtas, Lead Consultant at ThoughtWorks Brazil and Camilla Crispim, Lead Technologist and the Tech Assistant for the ThoughtWorks CTO.

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The Internet of Things promises radical change in how we interact with the world around — whether it’s coffee makers that turn on when our alarm clocks go off or using brain control to actuate objects. Join ThoughtWorks Principal consultant, Zhamak Dehghani and Principal Associate, Alexey Boas as they explore the practical implications of building IoT software and hardware with Software Developer, Charlie Gerard and Consultant Software Engineer Desiree Santos.

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Ep4: IoT hardware

The Internet of Things promises radical change in how we interact with the world around — whether it’s coffee makers that turn on when our alarm clocks go off or using brain control to actuate objects. Join ThoughtWorks Principal consultant, Zhamak Dehghani and Principal Associate, Alexey Boas as they explore the practical implications of building IoT software and hardware with Software Developer, Charlie Gerard and Consultant Software Engineer Desiree Santos.

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Much has been made of the benefits that tech such as artificial intelligence and machine learning can bring to the enterprise. But to be truly transformational, such tech can’t just bring a one-off improvement in decision making. It needs to be able to adapt and change as the world around changes.


Join ThoughtWorks’ global head of technology Mike Mason and his guests Christoph Windheuser, ThoughtWorks’ global lead in artificial intelligence, and Sheroy Marker, head of technology at ThoughtWorks Products, as they explore how to choose the the right data and AI model, to create complex models that are capable of continuously learning.

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Ep3: Continuous intelligence

Much has been made of the benefits that tech such as artificial intelligence and machine learning can bring to the enterprise. But to be truly transformational, such tech can’t just bring a one-off improvement in decision making. It needs to be able to adapt and change as the world around changes.


Join ThoughtWorks’ global head of technology Mike Mason and his guests Christoph Windheuser, ThoughtWorks’ global lead in artificial intelligence, and Sheroy Marker, head of technology at ThoughtWorks Products, as they explore how to choose the the right data and AI model, to create complex models that are capable of continuously learning.

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The tech landscape has changed fundamentally, with the growth in distributed computing and microservices. But it's not always easy to create truly independent services, especially amid time and budget pressures — sometimes it's just easier to allow multiple services to use a shared database.


In this episode, our panel explore the antipatterns we've seen emerge and consider how we can avoid them.

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Ep2: Distributed systems antipatterns

The tech landscape has changed fundamentally, with the growth in distributed computing and microservices. But it's not always easy to create truly independent services, especially amid time and budget pressures — sometimes it's just easier to allow multiple services to use a shared database.


In this episode, our panel explore the antipatterns we've seen emerge and consider how we can avoid them.

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Learn how agile disciplines are applied to the complexities of data science to demonstrate incremental value within intelligent systems and solutions. Join ThoughtWorks' CTO, Rebecca Parsons, and Principal Associate, Alexey Boas, as they interview agile data scientist David Johnston and ThoughtWorks' head of data science, Ken Collier. The result is a better understanding of how agile practices are adapted to the uncertainty of machine learning, and how data scientists fit within a cross-functional agile delivery team.

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Ep1: Agile data science

Learn how agile disciplines are applied to the complexities of data science to demonstrate incremental value within intelligent systems and solutions. Join ThoughtWorks' CTO, Rebecca Parsons, and Principal Associate, Alexey Boas, as they interview agile data scientist David Johnston and ThoughtWorks' head of data science, Ken Collier. The result is a better understanding of how agile practices are adapted to the uncertainty of machine learning, and how data scientists fit within a cross-functional agile delivery team.