10 Emergent Technologies, GitOps & Darren Williams

Episode 6 December 21, 2020 00:51:30
10 Emergent Technologies, GitOps & Darren Williams
The Atlas Podcast
10 Emergent Technologies, GitOps & Darren Williams

Dec 21 2020 | 00:51:30

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Show Notes

Welcome back to another episode of The Atlas Podcast! For the final podcast of the year, we take a look at a list of emergent technologies put together by The World Economic Forum.

We also chat with our colleague Neal Clark about GitOps. And finally, we're joined by Darren Williams of Lancaster University and The Welding Institute!

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