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We Speak Your Language

Darius Blasband & Jan Vitek
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'We Speak Your Language' is a podcast from Raincode Labs, created by compiler engineers, for compiler engineers, featuring real life stories from experts in the field, giving us their two cents on their own personal experiences.Each month you can enjoy a new episode featuring an external guest, from every corner of the world, each episode featuring a different discussion in the field of compiler technology.

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