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25 minutes | Jan 21, 2022
How Linode Helped Anomaly Software to Scale
Sometimes scaling a company is about focusing just on core services and forging good partnerships to help with the rest.That’s exactly what our friends over at Anomaly Software decided to do. After deciding they didn’t want to continue building infrastructure and providing hosting services for customers, they turned elsewhere for help – to Linode. Linode helps run all Anomaly products, taking the hassle of building and maintaining their own infrastructure away. This allows Anomaly to focus on projects that are important to them, leaving them free to scale. Dev Mukherjee, CEO of Anomaly Software, joined season two, episode nine of the Craft of Code podcast, to talk more about the partnership, scaling a software company, and Anomaly’s passion projects. In this episode, we discussed:How Anomaly Software startedWhy Dev chose Linode as an infrastructure providerThe reasons Dev opted for open source How Linode’s Green Light program helped Anomaly scaleHow Anomaly Software’s Relay project for electric vehicles worksThe benefits of transparent infrastructure pricing You can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/ Important Links & Mentions Anomaly Software’s website Anomaly Software’s TwitterLinode’s Green Light programFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitter YouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
24 minutes | Jan 7, 2022
How MacStories Transitioned from a Blog to a Media Company with Federico Viticci and John Voorhees
There comes a time when you can only add so much to a simple blog before you hit a limit on what you can do with it. This is what happened to the MacStories website, prompting the founder and his team to put a radical plan in action to transform and expand the website into a unified multimedia experience.The Founder and Editor-in-Chief, Federico Viticci, and Managing Editor John Voorhees joined episode 8, season 2 of The Craft of Code podcast to share how they’re building an exciting future for the website. MacStories started out as a simple daily publication about all things Apple. Today, it’s much more than just a blog. It’s the central hub of a family that includes Club MacStories, a membership site, AppStories, a weekly podcast about apps, and MacStories Unwind, a weekly podcast about everything happening at MacStories. In this episode, we discussed:How MacStories originally started The redesign process needed for MacStoriesWhy Federico wants MacStories to become a unified experience How MacStories came to have its own CMSWhy MacStories partnered with Linode Why WordPress was too limiting for MacStories’ futureMacStories’ vision for the future You can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/ Important Links & MentionsMacStories: https://www.macstories.net/Club MacStories: https://club.macstories.net/AppStories: https://appstories.net/MacStories Unwind: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/macstories-unwind/id1510451759John Voorhees’ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnvoorhees/Federico Viticci’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/federicoviticci/
37 minutes | Dec 17, 2021
From Programming to Teaching Code with Bill Kennedy
In some ways, being a software developer has become more challenging than ever before. Responsibilities of the role have widened, and with so many programming languages, applications, and cloud computing providers to navigate, there’s a lot more to know in order to become a successful coder. As someone with plenty of experience in this area, Bill Kennedy, Managing Partner at Ardan Studios, explains the challenges of software development and why he now helps people go beyond programming basics to learn advanced coding practices.Bill is also the co-author of the book Go in Action, author of the blog GoingGo.Net, and a founding member of GoBridge. He joined episode 7, season 2 of The Craft of Code podcast to share insights into his earlier days of programming, why Go is his programming language of choice, and the importance of coding not just for yourself. In this episode, we discussed:Why Bill chose Go over other programming languagesThe difference between programming and engineeringWhy you’re responsible for all the code you writeThe importance of having strong coding style guidelines in teams Why he chose Linode Bill’s GoBridge project to help people access coding educational resourcesYou can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & Mentions Ardan Labs: https://courses.ardanlabs.com/ Bill’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-kennedy-5b318778/Bill’s blog: https://blog.golangbridge.org/ Bill’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/goinggodotnet Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitter YouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
25 minutes | Nov 26, 2021
How Slim.AI Builds Better Containerized Applications with Less Friction
If you’re looking for a way to build better containerized applications, it’s no easy feat. You need the right tools to ensure it’s an efficient and time-saving process. That way, you can ensure your application isn’t bogged down and runs reliably and quickly. Pieter van Noordennen, Senior Director of Growth at Slim.AI joins The Craft of Code podcast to discuss the challenges of building containerized applications. We spoke to him in episode 6, season two, to get his take on how Slim.AI’s platform helps developers build better solutions.Pieter also talks about why non-optimized containers can really hold everything back and waste time. He discusses Slim.AI’s open-source SaaS platform and what it can do for developers and gives his take on why a multi-cloud approach to containerized apps is best.In this episode, we discussed:Why Slim.AI’s mission really spoke to PieterHow Slim.AI worksWhat makes a container a better containerSlim.AI’s recent research projectDockerSlim’s open source project and how it helps developersWhy containers are such a powerful tool for developers You can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Links: Slim.AI: https://www.slim.ai/Slim.AI’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/slimdevops Slim.AI’s Twitch: https://twitch.tv/slimdevopsFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
21 minutes | Nov 12, 2021
Overcoming Cloud Migration Obstacles with Sergey Kandaurov
More cloud providers deliver state-of-the-art service at an attractive price point than ever before. It’s why many companies are choosing to switch providers, especially when exploring new cloud environments. But selecting a new provider is just the first part of the journey. Then comes migration.Aiming to simplify migration is Sergey Kandaurov, Founder and CTO at Flexify. Flexify is the virtualization and migration company that builds cloud-agnostic solutions to reduce dependency on a single cloud storage provider. We spoke to Sergey in season two, episode five of The Craft of Code podcast to talk about the challenges with migration and how Flexify is supporting their customers to help overcome them.In this episode, we discussed:Building a migration solution to challenge the market leaderWhy API compatibility is vital to migrationsThe limiting factors impacting how Flexify works with customersWhy cloud egress charges are a sticking pointHow global networks and peering relationships set hyper-scale providers apartWhy customers want more global solutionsHow Flexify supports a vast range of cloud providersSergey’s advice for start-ups considering cloud migration You can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & MentionsFlexify.io: https://flexify.io/Sergey’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergeykandaurov/Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
21 minutes | Oct 29, 2021
How an Open Source Learning Platform Empowers Educators and Learners
Education has its fair share of challenges, especially when remote learning has become the new normal.But the CEO of Curriki, Abby Ross, believes that the ability to access interactive and engaging learning software should not be one of them.This is the main reason why Curriki is free and open to all. Curriki helps educators build interactive and engaging learning content, with no coding experience necessary. Educators frequently spend a lot of time and money building engaging content, but Curriki is a streamlined, one-stop solution.Abby joined episode four (season two) of The Craft of Code podcast to share Curriki’s story. She follows on from our previous discussion in season one with the CTO of Curriki, Leo Cunha. Hear how Linode helped to support Curriki’s mission to provide educational tools to all.In this episode, we discussed:The challenges facing education in a remote settingWhy open source technology was the way to go to improve accessibilityThe importance of reliability with any online platformsHow Curriki partnered with LinodeWhy KPIs are a major focus to avoid “overcooking” the developmentAbby’s advice for other CEOsYou can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & MentionsCurrikiCurrikiStudioOpen Source Digital Learning in the CloudFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
28 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Finding Search Success with Cloud Flexibility
How important is it to find a hosting partner that’s a good fit for your company?Rock de Vocht is the Director of Technology, CTO, and Co-Founder at SimSage, the AI powered search platform designed to make finding information more efficient.There are plenty of obstacles to overcome when building a search engine but finding a hosting solution that’s suitable and flexible shouldn’t be one of them.Rock joined episode three, season two, of our Craft of Code podcast to discuss the technology, infrastructure, processing, and even the language theory behind SimSage’s development.We also talked to Rock about his partnership with Linode, including why he switched from Google to Linode, the benefits of cloud hosting, and why human customer support is fundamental to success.In this episode, we discussed:How SimSage connects people with information in the workplaceHow Rock’s background in computational linguistics and languages impacted SimSage’s developmentWhere many go wrong with neural networksWhy the cloud is a natural fit for SimSageThe technology infrastructure behind SimSageSimSage’s roadmap for scalingWhy Rock made the switch from GCP to LinodeRock’s advice for future technologistsYou can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & MentionsSimSageKotlinApache CassandraKubernetesDockerFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on your podcast app of choice.
29 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
How Linode Helped Power an Australian News Aggregator
When Richard Nelson, Director of Engineering at Nuix, was looking for a hosting provider for a new project, Linode was an obvious choice.Richard has dabbled in other providers such as Google Cloud in the past. But as a long-standing Linode customer, he’s always returned to Linode.Richard joined episode two of the second season of The Craft of Code podcast to talk about his new project site AUSNews.org. AUSNews is a news aggregator that started as an experiment to counter the way Google and Facebook use news content.Hear how he got started and migrated his site from Google Cloud to Linode without a hitch. In this episode, Richard explains why he chose Linode, how the performance has so far matched Google’s, and why Linode is a great option for those using a multi-cloud strategy.In this episode, we discussed:What AUSNews is and why Richard decided to start itRichard’s earlier experiences with tools like Yahoo! Pipes and Vespa.ai How Richard was tempted by Google Cloud’s $300 free creditWhy Richard eventually migrated to LinodeHow the migration went quickly and smoothlyHow Linode matched Google’s performanceWhy Linode is ideal for those looking at a multi-cloud strategyYou can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & MentionsAUSNews.orgBuilding a world class news aggregator on a coffee-a-day budgetFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
31 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Making Old Time Radio New Again
We’re back with a brand-new series of The Craft of Code podcast! Following the success of season one, we’re bringing a series of new guests to talk all about their businesses, projects, and how Linode has helped them along their journeys.In this episode, we speak with Phil Nelson, one of the people behind RetroStrange TV and Lofi Scifi. RetroStrange TV is a 24/7 streaming video channel that lets you watch old movies anytime you want. Lofi Scifi is a 24/7 old-time radio channel that broadcasts music and old sci-fi radio stories.We spoke to Phil about his unique website and why he chose Linode to host it. He shares why he needed full access to the server, the ability to scale, compatibility with open-source software, and other Linode features for his project to work.In this episode, we discussed:Why Phil and his partner Noah decided to create RetroStrange TVHow they curated content for the 24/7 broadcastsWhy Linode was the perfect choice to host their websiteHow RetroStrange TV uses open-source softwareThe top products Phil uses from LinodeFuture plans for RetroStrange TVYou can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/craft-of-code/Important Links & MentionsRetroStrange TVLofi ScifiPatreonFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on.
11 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Multicloud Strategy Delivers for Managed WordPress Hosting Provider
In this episode, we spoke with Flip Keijzer, CEO of Savvii.Based in Nijmegen, in the Netherlands, Savvii provides premium, managed WordPress hosting to a global customer base. The company’s CEO, Flip Keijzer, started Savvii in 2013 as the broader web hosting market in Europe became crowded with providers becoming too similar to each other. Today, Savvii provides specialized web hosting services and expertise to hundreds of clients and thousands of websites. The company’s lasting go-to-market strategy centers around personal contact with its customers—promising no more than 30 minute response times—and fast, reliable hosting.Flip talks to us about their multi-cloud strategy and why the alternative cloud is a much better fit for their business.In this episode, we discussed:Flip’s decision not to manage Savvii’s infrastructureSavvii’s strategy for WordPress hostingSavvi’s focus on providing high level performance and supportSavvii’s experience with the Linode Kubernetes EngineWhy Savvii prefer the alternative cloud over the hyperscale providersYou can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/spotlight/savvii/Important Links & MentionsSavvii Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
18 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Using the Alternative Cloud to Modernize Businesses in Thailand
In this episode, we spoke to the founder and managing director of Swiftlet, Arthit “Art” Hongchintakul.While working in the US, Art realized that there was an opportunity to add value and foster tech talent back home in Thailand by building his own technology company.So, in 2012, Art launched software development agency, Swiftlet. His mission was to bring tech-driven development and continuous delivery through cutting edge technology to help modernize businesses in Thailand.Swiftlet’s flagship product is the Terebinth Cloud ERP system. Terebinth digitizes paperwork, accounting, and admin functions for clients who previously couldn’t afford the mainstream ERP systems. Find out how Linode and the “Robin Hood” of Thailand are bringing the cloud to the masses in this episode of Craft of CodeIn this episode, we discussed:Why Art made the move from the US back to ThailandHow Swiftlet’s partnership with Linode has evolvedWhy open-source has been invaluable for developing tech talentHow Linode helps Swiftlet deliver on their core valuesHow Swiftlet is working to deliver affordable ERP solutions to businessSwiftlet’s use of Linode Kubernetes Engine and Block Storage You can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/spotlight/arthit-art-hongchintakul/Important Links & MentionsSwiftlet Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTube If you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
14 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Open Source Digital Learning in the Cloud
In this episode, we discuss K-12 online learning tools with CTO Leo Cunha and CEO Keith Kostrzewski of Curriki.Online learning tools are often fragmented and expensive. Budget-conscious schools and districts became very aware of this during the global pandemic. Enter open-source education advocate, Curriki.Emerging from a goodwill project from Sun Microsystems back in 2007, Curriki was well placed to create to take advantage of this gap in the market.CTO Leo Cunha also saw an opportunity to deliver high-quality, immersive education cohesively and efficiently but that was also easy to use and quick to learn. Curriki also expanded its mission to include the development of CurrikiStudio, the first free and open digital authoring and publishing tool.Both Leo and Curriki had used Linode before, but could a new relationship with Linode help Curriki achieve their extensive goals?Find out, as Leo and Keith join me to discuss their passion for open-source, easy to use, and low-cost learning tools and their relationship with Linode.In this episode, we discussed:How Curriki sets itself apart in the digital learning landscapeCurriki’s passion for open sourceHow Linode supports their goals of providing efficient and low-cost solutionsHow scaling CurrikiStudio was made possible with Linode servicesWhat CEO Keith Kostrzewski values most in his relationship with LinodeYou can find out more by going to https://www.linode.com/spotlight/leo-cunha/Important Links & MentionsCurrikiFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
20 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Innovating with Live Streaming
In this episode, we spoke with Joshua Hintze, from Vendoti, about innovating with live video streaming on e-commerce applications.Joshua Hintze and McKay Christensen originally started their careers in corporate engineering before they started a VR arcade called VR Junkies. As the VR arcade grew, they looked to expand and apply their skill sets in other areas.They found an opportunity within the network marketing channel that had historically been using Facebook’s live video presentations to sell and resell apparel – a process that was arduous with long lag times.Josh and McKay entered into a deal with Red5 Pro to create a mobile app that had real-time low latency video streaming and started offering them to network marketers and other marketing organizations, and in 2019, Vendoti was born.We talk about the journey from VR to e-commerce and how Linode has supported the growth and development of the business.In this episode, we discussed:How Josh first encountered LinodeHis move from corporate engineering to VRHow they saw an opportunity within live streaming e-commerceHow Linode’s transparent pricing supported Vendoti’s growthThe team’s love of the Linode API and global data centersYou can find out more by visiting https://www.linode.com/spotlight/vendoti/ Important Links & MentionsVendotiVR JunkiesPrivate Label VRRed5 Pro Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
15 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Real-time Streaming Video to Millions in Milliseconds
In this episode, Chris Allen, CEO of Red5 Pro talks to us about real-time streaming video to millions of people in milliseconds.Red5 Pro got its start back in 2005 when it reverse-engineered Adobe Flash’s Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP), creating an open-source alternative to the Flash communication method, eventually productizing and licensing a paid version. Chris bet early on, that people would care about latency more than anything else, so the company set about trying to solve that.The bet paid off.Today, Red5 Pro can offer live, interactive, and concurrent video experiences at scale. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it catapulted Red5 Pro’s technology to the fore.Now, Red5 Pro’s customers are no longer limited to broadcasters, but anyone requiring low latency and high scalability for live video. That has included live drone streaming, live auctions, gambling, sports betting, e-sports broadcasting, and more. With virtual live experiences in even higher demand, what does the future hold for Red5 Pro?In this episode, we discussed:The origins of Red5 ProWhat significant problems Red5 pro solved for videoHow COVID-19 accelerated customer need for live video experiencesWhy Red5 Pro’s customers prefer Alternative Cloud providers over the big threeLinode and Red5 Pro’s shared focus on the developer communityYou can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/spotlight/chris-allen/Important Links & MentionsRed5 ProFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
11 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Reliable PaaS Allows Customers (and Cloudnet Staff) to Do What They Love
In this episode, we spoke to Anders Brundin and Magnus Applequist, founders of Cloudnet, a web-hosting company based in Sweden. Even though you may often find Anders and Magnus snowboarding somewhere high in the Alps, retreating in the sun, or surfing on the shores of Spain, they balance that with providing premium hosting for business-critical websites and applications.Companies looking for trouble-free experiences at a predictable cost turn to Cloudnet’s high-performing and reliable platform. The company focuses on making life easier for developers by providing managed hosting for WordPress, PHP, Node.js, Java, and Python. Cloudnet also provides exceptional customer service.Cloudnet has a multicloud strategy that relies on Linode’s data centers in London, Frankfurt, and Newark to support its worldwide roster of website and application developers. In the service mix are Linodes, some Dedicated CPUs, and an occasional bit of load balancing.So how is it possible for the Cloudnet team to provide exceptional service and still have lives outside of work?Find out in this episode of Craft of Code.In this episode, we discussed:How Cloudnet makes life easier for developersThe service philosophy of CloudnetWhat Anders and Magnus value most in a cloud partnerHow Linode helps Cloudnet better support their customersCloudnet’s secret behind maintaining a good work-life balanceTo find out more, just visit https://www.linode.com/spotlight/cloudnet/Important Links & MentionsCloudnetFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
9 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Bringing the Cloud to the Ground
In this episode, we are joined by fellow Philadelphian, Chris Alfano, CTO of Jarvus.Chris is passionate about open source software and the open source community. That passion led him to reject any notion that there’s an organization too small to design and run their own software.For proof of that dedication, look no further than Jarvus, the mission-driven software engineering and design firm he co-founded in 2010.Jarvus has a focus on closing technology gaps. This is the impetus for the company’s ongoing investments in a variety of civic and educational initiatives. Clients like, Slate (an education technology platform), the Civic Cloud, Penn Medicine, N3rd Street Gamers, and the popular Philly Tech Week.There’s a lot of Philly brotherly love in this episode.So, join us as we talk to Chris about how Jarvus is fuelling local businesses by bringing the cloud to the ground with the help of Linode services and the Linode Kubernetes Engine.In this episode, we discussed:Why Chris believes that no organization is too small to design and run their own software.What types of clients Jarvus works withChris’ passion for closing technology gaps and the Philadelphia tech sceneHow he shares in Linode’s mission to democratize cloud computingHis experience of the Linode Kubernetes EngineThe key benefits of working with the Linode teamImportant Links & MentionsJarvusPhilly Tech WeekCode for PhillyN3rd StFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
10 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Turning Browsers into Buyers with Push Notifications
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to Feedify founder, Ankur Phadnis about the world of website engagement.Back in 2017, Ankur Phadnis saw that to stand out online, retailers needed to offer the virtual equivalences of a ‘personal touch’ and to turn browsers into buyers. How? By using website engagement tools, like push notifications.Today, Feedify manages approximately 300 million push notification messages a day. With 8,000 customers worldwide the company is set to expand what they’ve built in Asia to companies across the globe.So, join us as we discuss how Linode has supported Feedify’s growth and why Ankur believes Linode’s first-rate support is such a wise investment for entrepreneurs.In this episode, we discussed:Ankur’s career journey and what led him to form FeedifyWhat types of customer use Feedify’s servicesThe problems entrepreneurs typically encounter in IndiaWhat made Ankur turn to LinodeWhy Ankur believes Linode is a wise investment for any businessYou can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/spotlight/ankur-phadnis/Important Links & MentionsFeedifyFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTubeIf you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
15 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Using the Cloud to Help Manufacturers Build Better Businesses
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we spoke to the team from Flowlens to discuss how their all-in-one, modular software solution is helping to reduce inefficiency for small equipment manufacturers. Flowlens started as a custom software company serving manufacturers of all sizes in Northern Ireland. Now, it provides cloud customer relationship management (CRM) and material requirement planning software (MRP) to companies throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.We spoke to Rich Dale, founder of Flowlens and lead architect, Stuart Gibson about how Flowlens gives manufacturers a single source of truth about their business. We also discuss how working with Linode has enabled Flowlens to provide their customers with a better product, and complete confidence in the safety of their data.In this episode, we discussed:The early days of FlowlensHow Rich & Stuart converted the company from a services-based to a product-based organizationThe benefits of Flowlens’ MRP software for manufacturersHow Flowlens decided to go with Linode.The advantages of being able to use Linode’s London data centerHow Flowlens has been able to improve day to day performance with LinodeWhat Flowlens values most about their relationship with LinodeYou can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/spotlight/flowlens/Important Links & MentionsFlowlensFollow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitterYouTube If you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
12 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
Simplicity, Support, and Openness Lead Changelog to Linode Kubernetes Engine
In this episode of the Craft of Code podcast, we speak to our friends at Changelog to discuss simplicity, support and openness in their business and in their relationship with sponsors like Linode. We’re joined by Adam Stacoviak, the founder and editor-in-chief, Jerod Santo, Managing Editor, and Gerhard Lazu, Site Reliability Engineer.Changelog is a thriving media business covering podcasts, newsfeeds, and newsletters. They attract an audience of over 14 million developers. Changelog has become the heart of news for developers at Microsoft, Intel, Google, IBM and Facebook. But instead of resting on their laurels, Changelog has switched gears by fostering deeper integrations with their advertising partners. Adam, Jerod, and Gerhard talk to us about Changelog’s relationships and specifically how their relationship with Linode and the Linode Kubernetes Engine has been a game-changer for their business.In this episode we discussed:How Changelog has evolved from a podcast and newsfeed into a thriving business Why Changelog switched from promoting their sponsors to embracing deeper integrationsHow migration to the Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) was game-changer for themWhat makes LKE stand out compared to other managed container enginesOther Linode services that Changelog use and enjoyWhy Changelog values the personal touch and customer service offered by Linode You can find out more by visiting, https://www.linode.com/spotlight/changelog/ Important Links & MentionsChangelogLinode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitter YouTube If you enjoyed our show, then please rate and review us on whatever podcast app you listen to us on, for Apple Podcasts click here.
3 minutes | Oct 23, 2020
Introducing the Craft of Code podcast from Linode
Welcome to the Craft of Code podcast, which features interviews with developers, entrepreneurs, and enterprises of all sizes, from all over the world. In this podcast, we’ll be sharing our client’s projects, big and small, and their personal stories. We’ll share insights into what drives them, what inspires them, and their plans for the future. We also discuss how Linode works with companies to provide the tools they need, from back-ups to fully-managed container orchestration engines to grow and scale to take their ideas to the next level. You’ll discover why they choose to build on Linode infrastructure and why our dedicated support winning support team has been a game-changer for some. So, join us as we look at how Linode services have accelerated innovations in the fields of e-commerce, education, manufacturing, and technology.In each episode we discuss:How our clients got startedTheir struggles working with other cloud providersWhat made them choose LinodeWhy Linode is a great fit for their business How simplicity, price, and support experience has been at the core of each of our client’s decision to choose LinodeJoin us as we speak to inspirational and innovative developers, architects, business founders, and entrepreneurs in Craft of Code. If you want to find out more about Linode then visit www.linode.com Follow UsGitHubInstagramLinkedInTwitter YouTube
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