Human laziness is the ultimate security threat (Ep. 427)

podcast

March 25, 2022

The house staff talks with Guillermo Rauch, CEO and cofounder of Vercel and cocreator of Subsequent.js, and Sam Lambert, previously VP of Engineering at Github and now CEO of PlanetScale. They cowl how Vercel and PlanetScale are making the net extra accessible to builders, the way forward for internet improvement for skilled programmers, and why human laziness is the final word safety risk.

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The house staff talks with Guillermo Rauch, CEO and cofounder of Vercel and cocreator of Subsequent.js, and Sam Lambert, previously VP of Engineering at Github and now CEO of PlanetScale. They cowl how Vercel and PlanetScale are making the net extra accessible to builders, the way forward for internet improvement for skilled programmers, and why human laziness is the final word safety risk.

Episode notes:

Vercel is a developer-first, frontend-focused platform. Along with Google and Meta, Vercel constructed Next.js, an open-source React framework that helps builders construct high-performance internet experiences with ease.

PlanetScale is a MySQL-compatible serverless database platform that allows infinite SQL horizontal scale.

Instruments like Webflow and Squarespace have made internet improvement accessible for informal programmers, however what does this imply for skilled builders?

This week’s Lifeboat badge goes to consumer Michael Thelin for his or her reply to How can I play a Spotify audio track with Python?.

Discover Guillermo on LinkedIn here.

Discover Sam on LinkedIn here.

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Tags: next.js, planetscale, the stack overflow podcast, vercel

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