Software Unscripted, A weekly podcast of casual conversations about code hosted by Richard Feldman & sponsored by NoRedInk.
Speeding up Rust's Compiler
49:12Richard talks with Nicholas Nethercote, a member of the Rust programming language's Performance Working Group and author of the Rust Performance Book. They discuss how he and others have worked to speed up Rust's compiler, different strategies for speeding up compilers in general, and how compiler performance fits into the working dynamic of Rust's ecosystem of contributors.
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The Monolith-Microservices Spectrum
52:01Richard talks with Ashley Davis, author of the book Bootstrapping Microservices, about their differing perspectives on microservices, monoliths, and everything in between! Ashley is also the author of Rapid Fullstack Development, available at https://rapidfullstackdevelopment.com
Haskell and Clojure in Production with Eric Normand
50:10Richard talks to Eric Normand about his experiences using both Haskell and Clojure in production, and his perspectives on comparing and contrasting the approaches of the two languages. Eric hosts a podcast (https://ericnormand.me/podcast) and you can use code podsoftunsc22 at checkout to get a discount on his book Grokking Simplicity: https://www.manning.com/books/grokking-simplicity