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Tech Stuff

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At the intersection of technology, business, and psychology, get a second opinion about the issues of the day in the tech industry. Three engineers at Google discuss their views. All opinions shared belong only to the individual sharing them and do not reflect the opinions of their employer (said individual may even give up their opinion before the end of the episode)

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Why do Enterprises get Special Treatment?
Topics:Reasons behind software Enterprise and Long Term SupportBid farewell to Python inventor Guido (and the walrus returns)Related Links:TensorFlow enterpriseTensorFlow world Python creator Guido van Rossum quits Dropbox, triggering his retirement
Open Source: To License or Not to License
* Python 3.8* GitLab and "use only for good" licenses
How Random is Success?
How much of a startup’s success comes from skill vs luck?  Should managers prefer hiring expensive visionaries or a bunch of cheaper code monkeys?
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    Podcast Details
    Started
    Oct 16th, 2019
    Latest Episode
    Oct 27th, 2019
    Release Period
    Weekly
    No. of Episodes
    3
    Avg. Episode Length
    About 1 hour
    Explicit
    No

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