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Épisode publié le March 9, 2021

#35 L’open Source Est Il Assez Cher ?

Animé par Clement Nivolle

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Message à caractère informatique
#35 L'open Source Est Il Assez Cher ?

00:00:00 – Avec par ordre d’apparition : @ldoguin @hsablonniere @waxzce @emmanuelbernard

00:03:45 – Brave se lance dans le search engine –

00:11:20 – Okta achète auth0

00:17:30 Google-free /e/ OS is now selling preloaded phones in the US, starting at $380 –

Les Castcodeurs podcast 248 – Spécial Loi Société et Organisations avec Agnès Crepet et Tariq Krim

00:29:17 -Tout le monde est payé 175k et on en parle plus

00:36:00 – Cloud et ISV

01:00:00 – La comm dans les équipes à distance

01:13:40 – Speed is the killer feature

Notre Storybook–page

01:20:30 -!!Con 2018: Tales of ⌧! Can You Tell Your Story When Your Character Is Undefined?! by Persa Zula

01:26:00 – Why are Java server-side developers not adopting Kotlin?

01:37:50 – Thot, nouveau soft open source de la MAIF

Et en parlant d’event sourcing, un article sur les Sagas et l’outbox pattern plus touffu

LCC 98 – Interview sur CQRS et Event Sourcing avec Jérémie Chassaing

01:41:45 – Firefox 85 Cracks Down on Supercookies

01:51:30 – Broot – A new way to see and navigate directory trees

01:54:30 – Le choix musical d’Emmanuel Believe – Cher et sa relation à la technologie

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