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Welcome to Modern Digital Applications

Modern Digital Applications is a podcast focused on helping corporate decision makers, executives, and architects create or extend their digital business with the help of modern applications, processes, and software strategy.

The podcast is hosted by Lee Atchison, a recognized industry thought leader and pundit in cloud computing. Lee has over 30 years industry experience, and has been working on cloud computing since the early days of the cloud. Lee has committed his career to architecting and building high scale, cloud-based, service oriented, SaaS applications. He has a specific expertise in building highly available systems.

Lee has consulted with leading organizations on how to modernize their application architectures and transform their organizations at scale; including optimize for cloud platforms, utilize service-based architectures, implement DevOps practices, and design for high availability. This experience led him to write his book Architecting for Scale, published by O’Reilly Media

Lee is an industry expert and pundit and is widely quoted in publications such as InfoWorld, Diginomica, IT Brief, Programmable Web, and CIO Review. He has been a featured and keynote speaker at events across the globe from London to Sydney, Tokyo to Paris, and all over North America.

In each episode, Lee will give you insights into some aspect of building, modernizing, or scaling your digital applications, and the teams and culture that drive them.

The podcast episodes will contain feature stories, new and noteworthy industry information, and some Tech Tapas, little bits of technology knowledge and data. We’ll also feature interviews with technology experts and other industry pundits. Each episode is designed to be short and concise, easily digestible on a single morning commute trip.

This is ... Modern Digital Applications.

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Modern Digital Applications with Lee Atchison
Making applications better to work in our complex and modern world.