Podcast Episodes

Software Misadventures Update and Plans for 2022
Kailash Nadh - On being an absurdist and building the tech team at Zerodha, India's largest stock broker - #18
Michael Lynch - On quitting google for indie hacking, bootstrapping to $450K+ ARR in public, writing personal retrospectives and more - #17
Cory Watson - Leading observability teams at Twitter & Stripe, how to succeed in a new org, effective ways to advocate for your team and more - #16
Ashwin Kumar - On learning new things by breaking them down, the secret to winning >$100k from hackathons, the art of storytelling, and more - #15
Bruno Connelly - Building and leading the global SRE org at LinkedIn - #14
Lorin Hochstein - On how Netflix learns from incidents, software as socio-technical systems, writing persuasively and more - #13
Spoons (Daniel Spoonhower) - On building Lightstep, being customer focused, developing systems at Google scale and much more - #12
Emmanuel Ameisen - On production ML at Stripe scale, leading 100+ ML projects, iterating fast, and much more - #11
Todd Underwood - On lessons from running ML systems at Google for a decade, what it takes to be a ML SRE, challenges with generalized ML platforms and much more - #10
Evan Estola - On recommendation systems going bad, hiring ML engineers, giving constructive feedback, filter bubbles and much more - #9
Uma Chingunde - On managing migrations, growing engineering teams and much more - #8
Charity Majors - On database outages, journey as a co-founder, thriving under pressure and growing as an engineer - #7
Tammy Bryant Butow - On failure injection, chaos engineering, extreme sports and being curious - #6
Oliver Leaver-Smith - On how "just a monitoring change" took down the entire site and resilience engineering - #5
Ryan Underwood - On debugging the Linux kernel - #4
David Henke - On building a culture of "Site Up" at LinkedIn and Yahoo! - #3
Julia Evans - On kubernetes scheduler bugs, TCP performance regressions and debugging tips - #2
Kelsey Hightower - On ways kubernetes can break, being an effective leader and much more - #1
Introducing Software Misadventures Podcast - #0