This week we talk about the historic landing of NASA's Perseverance rover; what that means for science as well as how the UK space industry is progressing.
We get into containers, IT technology not shipping equipment! Looking at Kubernetes, Docker, and the history and progression of virtual machines and related tech.
Finally, we're joined by Ruth Mallors-Ray OBE who walks us through her fascinating career, what she's up to now, how she feels about current global happenings and what's coming up in the future.
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Some useful links:
Ruth on the current work being done in the UK space industry
Guardian article with some interesting info on the UK space industry
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