145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/572/145-distributed-computing-four-reasons.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 11:00 | Recorded on August 21, 2016Dividing work between multiple computers is sometimes the best way to solve a problem. We do this...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

146: Distributed Computing: It Happened When?

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/575/146-distributed-computing-happened-when.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 10:58 | Recorded on August 28, 2016Computers rely on clocks. They coordinate everything. But the clocks on different computers can...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

147: Distributed Computing: Ready? Yes. Done.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/576/147-distributed-computing-ready-yes-done.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:02 | Recorded on September 4, 2016Two-phase and three-phase commits will help you design solutions that need to work across...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

148: CAP Theorem: Choose Two, Or Is It One?

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/577/148-cap-theorem-choose-two-one.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:44 | Recorded on September 11, 2016Consistency, Availability, and Partition Tolerance are three aspects of distributed computing. And a...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

150: Distributed Computing: SOA

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/579/150-distributed-computing-soa.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 6:53 | Recorded on September 25, 2016Service Oriented Architecture or SOA for short can mean different things. At the core, is the ability to...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

152: Distributed Computing: APIs Have Changed.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/581/152-distributed-computing-apis-changed.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:17 | Recorded on October 5, 2016You might be more familiar with APIs than SOA but they had another meaning not very long ago. The...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

153: Data: XML Extensible Markup Language.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/582/153-data-xml-extensible-markup-language.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:26 | Recorded on October 16, 2016XML was designed to solve two main purposes. To allow information to be stored and transported...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

155: HTML vs. HTTP: How Do They Compare?

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/585/155-html-vs-http-compare.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 7:56 | Recorded on October 29, 2016There’s more than just two letters difference. In fact, you can’t really compare them at all. But...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

156: URLs, URNs, URCs, Data URIs, and URIs.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/586/156-urls-urns-urcs-data-uris-uris.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 12:24 | Recorded on November 6, 2016It’s almost a tongue twister to say them all. Do you know what they all mean? Let’s take...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

157: DNS: Domain Name System.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/587/157-dns-domain-name-system.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:37 | Recorded on November 13, 2016Why do we need a system for managing domain names? Imagine for a moment what the Internet would be like...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

158: IP: Internet Protocol Addresses.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/588/158-ip-internet-protocol-addresses.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:43 | Recorded on November 20, 2016Any computer or device that wants to communicate with the Internet Protocol needs an IP address to...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

161: MAC: Media Access Control Address.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/592/161-mac-media-access-control-address.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:05 | Recorded on December 11, 2016A MAC address is a physical address unique to your computer. Think of it like this: you want to...
145: Distributed Computing: Four Reasons.

162: OSI Model: Seven Layers of Communication.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/593/162-osi-model-seven-layers-communication.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 5:39 | Recorded on December 18, 2016The OSI model will help you understand how computers communicate. This is just a model that...