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Introducing Code Comments

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Pivotal moments in technical projects, from those who’ve lived through them

An original podcast from  Red Hat logo

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About the show

Stories from technologists who have gone through it. And our guests have built some pretty epic stuff. Each episode features an experienced technologist narrating a pivotal moment in the life of a technical project. Ultimately, they’ve come through challenges, having learned lessons they can pass along to you.

Sample the podcast

Want to know if Code Comments is for you before adding it to your line-up? Here’s a sneak peek.

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Meet your host

//Burr Sutter

A lifelong developer advocate, community organizer, and technologist—Burr has seen it all. His roots are in Java, but he’s also an expert in cloud, Kubernetes, mobile, IoT, and more. Now, he’s sitting down with experienced technologists from across the industry to trade stories and learn from their experience.

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Red Hat’s partner ecosystem is a catalyst for open innovation built on co-creation, transparency, and trust. Because no single technology provider holds the keys to success—including us.

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Presented by Red Hat

Sharing knowledge has defined us from the beginning–ever since co-founder Marc Ewing became known as “the helpful guy in the red hat.” Head over to the Red Hat Blog for expert insights and epic stories from the world of enterprise tech.