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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
A weekly podcast covering all the news and events in Enterprise Software and Cloud Computing. We discuss topics including: Kubernetes, DevOps, Serverless, Security and Coding. Plus, plenty of off topic banter and nonsense to keep you entertained. Don't worry if you miss the latest industry conference, we will recap all the latest news from AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
 
Live-Diskussion zu Software-Architektur im Stream. Einmal in der Woche diskutiert Eberhard Wolff Software-Architektur im Live-Stream auf YouTube und Twitch - oft zusammen mit einem Gast. Zuschauer können über den Chat mitdiskutieren oder Fragen stellen. Der Podcast enthält die Audio-Spur des Streams. Weitere Infos und einen Übersicht über die Folgen gibt es unter https://software-architektur.tv/ .
 
The Fragmented Podcast is a podcast for Software Developers hosted by Donn Felker and Kaushik Gopal. Our goal is to help you become a better Software Developer. We chat about topics such as Testing, Dependency Injection, Patterns and Practices, useful libraries, and much more. We will also be interviewing some of the top developers out there. Subscribe now and join us on the journey of being a Software Developer.
 
Business of Software is a place that brings together the brightest minds and greatest practitioners in software into one place. World-Class software leaders such as Joel Spolsky, Gail Goodman, Seth Godin, DHH, Dharmesh Shah, & Kathy Sierra come to teach everything except the code in how to scale great software companies that stay profitable in the long term. Expect the latest thinking and fresh perspectives from some of the world's leading software practitioners. Stay up to date and hear abo ...
 
For the complete newbie or the experienced hypnotist, Brain Software with Mike Mandel is the world's most interesting, educational and fun podcast discussing hypnosis, NLP and strategies for peak performance and self improvement. Mike Mandel is a 6-time award winning hypnotist, immensely popular keynote speaker, stage performer, psychotherapist and NLP trainer. He has been doing hypnosis since he was 12 years old. Mike has an amazing ability to demystify hypnosis, teach core concepts, and te ...
 
Software 2.0, es un podcast sobre Inteligencia Artificial. - Cada semana una entrevista con actores relevantes en la inteligencia artificial. - No comercial ni monetizado. - En castellano ¿POR QUÉ? Veo la inteligencia artificial como herramienta transformadora y desgraciadamente hay menos recursos de los que me gustaria en castellano. Espero que hacer accesible oir lo que piensan los gigantes de la IA pueda servir de inspiracion para muchos.
 
The Software Misadventures Podcast is where we sit down with software and devops experts to hear their stories from the trenches about how software breaks in production. The show hosts - Ronak, Austin and Guang - have seen first hand how stressful it is when something breaks in production but they have also found it to be the best opportunity to learn about a system more deeply. On this show, they discuss with fellow engineers the principles and practical tips to build resilient software as ...
 
How does one become a software developer? Life and career lessons to influence your software developer's journey. If you like what you hear, please leave us a review on the platform of your choice! Join the discussion on LinkedIn or Twitter @DevJourneyFM Support the podcast on Patreon. "Software Developer‘s Journey" is hosted and produced by me, Timothée (Tim) Bourguignon, a crazy frenchman living in Germany who dedicated his life to helping others learn & grow. More about me at timbourguign ...
 
Smarter Software Outsourcing is your gateway to the inner workings of a software development outsourcing firm.An entrepreneur with several successful businesses under his belt, including #1 custom development firm in the Philippines Arcanys, Frederic Joye created this show with one goal in mind: to offer business owners and CTOs a window to the outsourcing world, so they can better approach today’s complex business issues, know the industry best practices, make informed outsourcing decisions ...
 
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Modern SaaS products are increasingly delivered via the cloud, rather than as downloadable, executable programs. However, many potential users of those SaaS products may need that software deployed on-prem, in a private network. Organizations have a variety of reasons for preferring on-prem software, such as security, integration with private tools…
 
Shubheksha is a Software Engineer at Apple. She previously worked at Monzo and Microsoft. Personal Links and Projects: @scribblingon Lessons learnt in year three as a software engineer Personal Site Systems Recipes Computers Illustrated Other interviews about getting into open source: Code Newbie Software Engineering Daily Related Links: Monzo Serv…
 
If organizations take more steps to address security-related activities now, they will be less likely to encounter security incidents in the future. When it comes to application containers, security is achieved through adopting a series of best practices and guidelines. In this SEI Podcast, Tom Scanlon and Richard Laughlin, researchers with the SEI…
 
Michele Hansen 0:00 The following message is brought to you by Balsamiq. Balsamiq decided to support the Software Social community by donating their sponsored airtime to some of our listeners. This episode is sponsored by Domain Mapper. Domain Mapper gives you a single place to see all of your domains from multiple registrars and their DNS settings…
 
Poppy is a co-founder and CEO of Darktrace, a world-leading AI company for cyber defence, named Europe’s ‘Fastest Growing Super Scale-up’ by Tech Tour in 2018. Poppy was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in 2019 in recognition of her services to cyber security. In this talk from BoS Europe 2019, Poppy will discuss how Dark…
 
Mark took us from his first date with a ZX81 all the way to the stages he regularly speaks onto worldwide. We brushed over his childhood and bumpy teenage. We talked about his love for "chips," his informal apprenticeship, and why he wants to further this apprenticeship model in the future. We talked about his hiatus as a professional stand-up come…
 
Adam welcomes Matthew Skelton to the show. Matthew is co-author of the book "Team Topologies" and a DevOps Enterprise Summit speaker. This episode builds on the previous podcast introducing the team types and interaction models. Adam and Matthew discuss the first principles in Team Topologies, building internal platform products, and the impact on …
 
Studies show that people in “maker” professions such as developers and writers are most productive when they can carve out dedicated time for focused work, without the frequent context-switching that comes with an irregular meeting schedule. Meetings and other non-development work are necessary parts of the job, but a team will be much more product…
 
We discuss the history and software infrastructure behind podcasts. Podcasts are distributed using RSS feeds and MP3 files. They are hosted on web servers and podcast feeds are indexed by podcast directories. A podcast player connects to a podcast directory when you search for shows, and it connects to RSS feeds to find new episodes of shows you su…
 
Chaos Engineering comes to the Software Process and Measurement Cast this week delivered (chaotically) by Mikolaj Pawlikoski. Miko and I talked about the definition of chaos engineering, why chaos is not scary, and most importantly his new book Chaos Engineering, Site reliability through controlled disruption. One of the most important side effects…
 
Stefan Tilkov sieht Software-Architektur als entscheidenden Erfolgsfaktor für Softwareprojekte. Welche Rolle spielt diese Architektur für verschiedene Personengruppen und wie können wir damit umgehen?โดย Lisa Moritz
 
¿Qué tiene que ver la filosofía con la Inteligencia Artificial? Santiago Sánchez-Migallón nos plantea si una red neuronal artificial podría llegar a ser consciente, si GPT3 realmente entiende o si su supuesto entendimiento es una especie de espejismo. ¿Desvelaremos en el podcast la respuesta a estas preguntas? 🤔…
 
Oliver Leaver-Smith, better known as Ols, is a Senior Devops Engineer at Sky Betting and Gaming. In this episode, we discuss how a seemingly simple monitoring change ended up taking down the entire site. We also talk about chaos and resilience engineering. We discuss how the team at Sky Betting and Gaming conducts fire drills (chaos engineering exe…
 
This week we discuss the demise of the blameless post mortem, a $500 Million mistake and some forgiveness for Red Hat. Plus, a live update on the Texas Winter Apocalypse. Rundown Citi Can’t Have Its $900 Million Back Brian Armstrong on the Crypto Economy (Ep. 115) Operating Systems CentOS Stream: Why it’s awesome The world’s second-most popular des…
 
Michael L. Perry discusses his recently published book, The Art of Immutable Architecture. Using familiar examples such as git and blockchain, he distinguishes immutable architecture from other approaches and addresses possible misunderstandings about designing an architecture for immutability. Michael and host Jeff Doolittle also examine other rel…
 
Prediction Markets provide an exchange for trading based on the outcome of events. Most prediction markets are centralized- they operate like a casino, where betting takes place under the supervision of one central governing organization. This makes the market less efficient than it otherwise might be: the central organization is a business, and it…
 
We know outsourcing software development can greatly decrease costs. But we also know that lower rates don’t always translate to an overall better deal, and that’s the very challenge of outsourcing. So where does the notion of Value for Money fit in all this?โดย Frederic
 
Welcome to episode 17 of the Software Security Gurus webcast. In this interview, he chats with Mike Shema, VP of Security at Cobalt.io. They discuss his take on proactive security, and the how the relationship between deveopers and the security team impacts this approach. They also unpack the collaborative role these teams can play, and the secret …
 
This week on The Changelog we’re talking about the recent falling out between Elastic and AWS around the relicensing of Elasticsearch and Kibana. Like many in the community, we have been watching this very closely. Here’s the tldr for context. On January 21st, Elastic posted a blog post sharing their concerns with Amazon/AWS misleading and confusin…
 
Show Notes: Questions I use to measure the health of a development team: Does the team use source control? Is code peer reviewed? Can you make a build in 1 step? Do you make a build every time a change is merged? Do you fix bugs before writing new code? Do you write tests to verify a bug before fixing the bug? Is the code coverage greater than 80%?…
 
Today’s episode is sponsored by ConfigCat – your favorite feature flag management tool to release more frequently with fewer risks! Links: Natalie's Twitter Her awesome team lead @cjtantay Mark: @marktechson Michaela's code review workshopsโดย Michaela Greiler
 
SFP#9: I Love Free Software Day For this episode of the Software Freedom Podcast we talk about the background of the "I Love Free Software Day" and how it all began 11 years ago. Discover together with Bonnie why Free Software developers, advocates, activists and contributors think this special day is so important for Free Software. In this ninth e…
 
A new episode is out, and today we feature Dawn Ahukanna (@dawnahukanna). She is challenged with the heuristic “Your solution should not be more complicated than the problem” from the Xebia Essentials repository (https://essentials.xebia.com/kiss/). We discuss what solution vs problem space needs, and how different disciplines complement each other…
 
The incredible advances in machine learning research in recent years often take time to propagate out into usage in the field. One reason for this is that such “state-of-the-art” results for machine learning performance rely on the use of handwritten, idiosyncratic optimizations for specific hardware models or operating contexts. When developers ar…
 
This episode is a discussion about the vision being your guide to navigate your digital initiatives. Don’t let yourself be tied to a contract. Be adaptable and flexible. There is no playbook but you can take steps to deliver thoughtful software. At the end of the day, it's all about value and delivering a product that your customers not only love b…
 
Open source software is software distributed along with its source code, using a permissive license that allows anyone to view, use, or modify it. The term “open source” also refers more broadly to a philosophy of technology development which prioritizes transparency and community development of a project. Typically, development is managed by a gov…
 
Anvil is a Kotlin compiler plugin that makes your life a tad bit easier when using Dagger 2. In this episode we talk to Ralf Wondratschek from Square who created the library and open sourced it for all of us. After touching on some of the basics, Ralf dives into the thinking behind Anvil and how it evolved into the tool it is today. It's filled wit…
 
This podcast introduction was written by Nick Buraglio, the host of today’s podcast. In today’s evolving landscape of whitebox, brightbox, and software routing, a small but incredibly comprehensive routing platform called FreeRTR has quietly been evolving out of a research and education service provider network in Hungary. Kevin Myers of IPArchitec…
 
Stefan Tilkov talks with Christin Gorman Christin’s employer Christin on Twitter History of Agile Software Development “Seeing like a state” by James C. Scott “Accelerate” by Nicole Forsgren et al Government Digital Serviceโดย CaSE Podcast Team
 
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