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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.
 
Smarter Software Outsourcing is your gateway to the inner workings of a software development outsourcing firm. Frederic Joye, an entrepreneur with several successful businesses under his belt, including #1 software development team augmentation firm in the Philippines - Arcanys - created this show with one goal in mind: to offer business owners and CTOs a window to the software development outsourcing world, so they can better approach today’s complex business issues, know the industry best ...
 
Conversations in Software Development is a podcast intended primarily for students (at any level) who want to learn more about software development, especially if they intend to pursue a career in that field. More specifically, the goal of the podcast is to expose students to topics and ideas that they don't usually get to see or practice in a classroom setting, including many aspects of software development that are not related to coding. In each episode, we have a conversation with someone ...
 
Software engineers, architects and team leads have found inspiration to drive change and innovation in their team by listening to the weekly InfoQ Podcast. They have received essential information that helped them validate their software development map. We have achieved that by interviewing some of the top CTOs, engineers and technology directors from companies like Uber, Netflix and more. Over 1,200,000 downloads in the last 3 years.
 
Podcast for developers, testers, SREs... and their managers. I explain complex and convoluted technologies in a clear way, avoiding buzzwords and hype. Never longer than 4 minutes and 16 seconds. Because software development does not require hours of lectures, dev advocates' slide decks and hand waving. For those of you, who want to combat FOMO, while brushing your teeth. 256 seconds is plenty of time. If I can't explain something within this time frame, it's either too complex, or I don't u ...
 
A podcast about technology, philosophy, and science. Hosts Regan Koopmans and Philip Leonard talk about trends and developments in software engineering, distributed systems, and software architecture. They delve into how this interlinks with the science of the universe and the philosophy that surrounds modern and future technology.
 
The Stack Overflow podcast is a weekly conversation about working in software development, learning to code, and the art and culture of computer programming. Hosted by Paul Ford and Ben Popper, the series features questions from our community, interviews with fascinating guests, and hot takes on what’s happening in tech. Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow is empowering the world to develop technology through collective knowledge. It’s best known for being the largest, most trusted online commun ...
 
Application Security Weekly decrypts development for the Security Professional - exploring how to inject security into their organization’s Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) in a fluid and transparent way; Learn the tools, techniques, and processes necessary to move at the speed of DevOps (even if you aren’t a DevOps shop yet). The target audience for Application Security Weekly spans the gamut of Security Engineers and Practitioners that need to level-up their skills in the Application ...
 
Join the Packet Pushers for weekly (or more!) conversations about data networking. Continuous professional development. Architecture and design, software defined, cloud, routing, switching, security, wireless, campus, enterprise, and more. Technical discussions with vendors about their products, deep dialog with real people who make networks work.
 
Weekly Dev Tips offers a variety of technical and career tips for software developers. Each tip is quick and to the point, describing a problem and one or more ways to solve that problem. I don't expect every tip to be useful to every developer, but I hope you'll find enough of them valuable to make listening worth your time. Hosted by experienced software architect, trainer, and entrepreneur Steve Smith, also known online as @ardalis. If you find these useful, you may also want to get a fre ...
 
Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
Join Craig, Tony and Renee on a journey through the world of Agile as they look at recent blogs related to Agile, investigate practices and techniques, look at tools and answer your questions. The revolutionists focus on not just Agile as it relates to software development but also how it applies to business, transition, culture, people and a whole lot more!
 
We love music notation software and related products and technology, so that’s what we cover here. You’ll find timely news, in-depth coverage about the field, and honest reviews about products you use every day. You’ll learn about the interesting people in our field and find out our opinions on ever-changing developments in the industry.
 
Stemiverse is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris, author of Maker Education Revolution and founder of Tech Explorations, talks with amazing educators about the most important topics in STEM Education. TE Podcast is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris interviews professional engineers and scientists for their take in the latest developments, their practices, and advice, as well as makers about their projects, their favorite tools (software and hardware), and the ...
 
Podcast covering PHP Web Development topics such as latest PHP Jobs, PHP frameworks and many more. This is hosted by Mathew who is one of the founders at C2B Solutions UK, a Boutique recruitment agency that offers Permanent and Contract recruitment services UK wide & EMEA .We have been very successful finding candidates such as Web & Software Developers, ERP consultants, IT & Software Sales ( Junior - Director Level ) , Technical Consultants etc. visit www.c2bsolutions.co.uk
 
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On this special edition of The Changelog, we tell Vim’s story from the mouths of its users. Julia Evans, Drew Neil, Suz Hinton, and Gary Bernhardt join Jerod Santo for a deep and wide-ranging discussion about “the best text editor that anyone ever wrote.” Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and m…
 
The software development lifecycle has changed a lot and continues to evolve. Almost every company now is a software company. Meeting business needs and adapting to the speed of the market for new features requires an agility mindset and continuous-delivery techniques throughout application-development lifecycles. You have software development and …
 
On today's Heavy Networking podcast we discuss network compliance. The big idea is to rethink how you do compliance so that the process is automation friendly and accommodates all the network device types you have to manage. We're sponsored by Itential and our guest is Chris Wade, CTO. The post Heavy Networking 591: Want Network Automation? Start W…
 
We chat discrete mathematics, differential privacy, and homomorphic encryption. But don't worry, we also break it down in laymen's terms. Interested in working in security? Mahmoud will personally extend an offer to anyone who solves this puzzle. Puzzles not your thing? You can still learn more about Very Good Security and its open positions here. …
 
Mike shares his adventures coding while riding Amtrak, Chris is trying to get DOS running while he still can, and many of you wrote in sharing your concern for GNOME. Sponsored By: A Cloud Guru: A Cloud Guru now includes Cloud Playground. Azure, AWS, or GCP Sandboxes at your fingertips. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account.…
 
This week in the AppSec News: CWE releases the top 25 vulns for 2021, findings bugs in similar code, Sequoia vuln in the Linux kernel, Twitter transparency for account security, a future for cloud security, & more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw159…
 
Adoption of serverless functions is rapidly growing, which means security teams will be challenged to deliver protection for data and applications in these complex environments in the coming months and years. Peter Klimek is helping Imperva customers address these challenges and will offer guidance on how to get protection for functions without slo…
 
As the world slowly reopens after more than a year of COVID-19 shutdowns, coming together is more important than ever. Today’s episode takes a human-centered approach to how to create more meaningful gathering spaces and some simple tips you can follow to do so. From committing to a clear purpose to asking how your gathering impacts the wider world…
 
You can read Max's full article on Kubernetes on our blog here. You can find Max on Twitter here and his personal website here. Our lifeboat badge winner of the week is Mantas, who answered the question: Determine if all the values in a PHP array are null저자 Max Horstmann, Ben Popper, Ryan Donovan
 
In this episode of the InfoQ podcast Charles Humble talks to Michael Perry about his book “The Art of Immutable Architecture”. They discuss topics including the eight fallacies of distributed computing: a set of assertions made by L Peter Deutsch and others at Sun Microsystems describing false assumptions that programmers new to distributed applica…
 
There's a huge amount that goes into building an ISP, from getting access to poles to run fiber, operating a cable plant, setting up customer support and billing, getting network gear in place---not to mention developing a viable business model and funding the whole thing. On today's Heavy Networking podcast we talk with Jim Troutman of Tilson Tech…
 
Beaudette cut his teeth in the days of AOL chat rooms, then became an early Wikipedian. More recently he worked at Reddit, where his team of ten professional community managers supported 300 million monthly unique visitors. Before his recent promotion to VP, Beaudette was on the Trust and Safety team at Stack Overflow. For more detail on his experi…
 
Has Microsoft figured out a way to invalidate the GPL? We're skeptical. Plus, the Gnome project says the traditional desktop is dead, and extensions are niche. Do we agree? Sponsored By: A Cloud Guru: A Cloud Guru now includes Cloud Playground. Azure, AWS, or GCP Sandboxes at your fingertips. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new ac…
 
This week in the AppSec News: Security from code comments, visualizing decision trees, bypassing Windows Hello, security analysis of Telegram, paying for patient bug bounty programs, cloud risks, & more! Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw158…
 
In today’s episode, we get together with our third host William Jeffries, who has been traveling the globe for the past few months, to discuss the pros and cons of living the lifestyle of a digital nomad. We hear from William about the challenges of working in different time zones and how daylight savings time in the US affected his capacity to co-…
 
You can find Tara on Twitter here. Sam is on Twitter here. You can learn more about Loveshark's latest games and the roles they are hiring for here. Thanks to our lifeboat badge winner of the week, Elliott Frisch, for answering the question: Convert list of integer into comma separated string?저자 Stack Overflow
 
In the wake of events such as the Solarwinds breach, there has been a lot of misinformation about the role of open source in DevSecOps. GitLab believes everyone benefits when everyone can contribute. Open source plays a key role in how GitLab addresses DevSecOps. We will discuss GitLab's view of the role of open source in DevSecOps including recent…
 
This week we’re talking to Rasmus Andersson about his journey as a software creator. We talk about the work he’s doing right now on Playbit, a computing environment which encourages playful learning, building, and sharing of software. We also talk about his work on the Inter typeface, as well as the reasons why this font family needed to be free an…
 
On this episode of the podcast, Fran Mendez, founder of the AsyncAPI Initiative spoke with co-host Thomas Betts. AsyncAPI is a specification and growing set of tools to help developers define asynchronous APIs, and build and maintain event-driven architectures. AsyncAPI hopes to provide features and benefits to those of OpenAPI (fka Swagger) for RE…
 
Today's Heavy Networking examines how some of the unpleasant bits of cloud networking can be improved, particularly in the areas of troubleshooting, visibility, security, and automation. Our sponsor is Aviatrix, and they’ve sent us three architects to nerd out about cloud network design and how Aviatrix might fit into the picture. Our guests are Br…
 
Summary David Guida and I discuss event sourcing, what it is, its uses and drawbacks, and how to get started. Details Who he is, what he does. Overview of event sourcing, everything is an event, aggregates and domain driven design. A practical example; multiple subscribers; the query model and storing calculated data. Why not use a database. Correc…
 
You can find some fun video of Cassidy putting Copilot to the test here. If you want to take the Jamstack survey, check it out here. Our lifeboat badge of the week goes to Andomar, who answered the question: Will multiple calls to `now()` in a single postgres query always give same result?저자 Paul Ford, Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams
 
It seems AI isn't replacing developers just yet, and why we think you shouldn’t get too comfortable. Plus the almost impossible story of how Mike defeated another laptop. Sponsored By: Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/coder A Cloud Guru: This course is a deep-dive course on Linux File Sharing. Th…
 
In this episode Phil and Regan talk graph theory! From its foundations in mathematics and computer science all the way up to implementations in Graph Databases and Graph Processing Systems, graphs have remarkable degree of applicability in a diverse range of problems in technology, and in general, problem solving. Phil and Regan also discuss more a…
 
In today’s episode, we get together with William Jeffries to ask all our most pressing questions relating to GitOps. Tuning in you’ll hear why GitOps uses a pull-based system instead of a push-based system and how GitOps can facilitate better security practices through an improved threat model. William explains when and how to apply GitOps to your …
 
In the AppSec news, a password manager makes predictable mistakes, Trusted Types terminate DOM XSS, waking up from PrintNightmare, understanding hardware fault injections. Visit https://www.securityweekly.com/asw for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/asw157
 
The truth is, most web app and API security tools were designed for a very different era. A time before developers and security practitioners worked together, before applications were globally distributed and API-based. But attackers are developers too, and they aren’t bogged down by the limitations of legacy solutions. It’s never been more clear t…
 
Subsea communications cables are an essential part of the global Internet. On today's Heavy Networking, sponsored by Telstra, we dive into the realms of undersea cables to learn how they are laid, signalling methods, POPs and landing stations, how they can be damaged (and repaired), and more. Our Telstra guests are Andy Lumsden, Head of Network Eng…
 
Observability is a crucial aspect of operating Microservices at scale today. Today on the InfoQ podcast, Wes Reisz speaks with Chronosphere’s CEO Martin Mao about how he thinks about observability. Specifically, the two discuss Chronosphere’s strategy for implementing a successful observability program. Starting with alerting, Martin discusses how …
 
We discuss how Simões learned to code and the feature set that allowed Poker Now to differentiate itself in a crowded space. Simões shares the tech stack he used to craft the first version of Poker Now, and how he rebuilt the service after it crashed under the weight of a massive wave of new users. During the peak of lockdown, his site went from an…
 
This week we’re sharing a recent episode from Founders Talk that we continuously hear about from listeners. Listen and subscribe to Founders Talk at founderstalk.fm and anywhere you listen to podcasts. On Founders Talk #75 — Adam talks with Spencer Kimball, CEO and Co-founder of Cockroach Labs — makers of CockroachDB an open source cloud-native dis…
 
Today on Heavy Networking, the icanhazip story. On the surface, icanhazip.com is simple enough: You hit the URL, and get back your external, public IP address. There are no ads, no blinky lights, just an IP. This free, simple utility has become widely popular, with billions of requests per day. We talk with creator Major Hayden about why and how he…
 
The massive shift to remote work that so many companies undertook over the last year has pushed many to adopt an asynchronous, merge driven workflow that has been pioneered and perfected by software developers. With tools like Airtable, and Coda, the boundary between programming and other forms of media and knowledge work is beginning to blur. What…
 
Has Google already started its decline? Our surprising take. Plus the trouble with Co-Pilot, and a lot more. Sponsored By: A Cloud Guru: A Cloud Guru now includes Cloud Playground. Azure, AWS, or GCP Sandboxes at your fingertips. Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/coder Support Coder Radio Links: (…
 
On a whole, the pandemic has made us, as a society, more anxious about a lot of things, including working in offices with other people where our risk of being exposed to the coronavirus is heightened. Although there are a lot of great tools which have been developed to try to make home offices mirror actual offices, there are various benefits which…
 
You can learn more about Lightship, Niantic's AR SDK, here. They are hiring developers, and openings can be found here. Richard can be found on LinkedIn here. Kelly can be found on LinkedIn here. A big thanks to our lifeboat badge winner of the week, Karim, for answering the question: Check if value exists in Array object Javascript or Angular?…
 
Terraform is fairly low-level software for managing your infrastructure. For instance, it’s used to create and provision cloud instances, networks and software. Unlike traditional tools in this area, Terraform is declarative. It means you don’t define step-by-step, imperative guides. Essentially, scripting your infrastructure with Bash or Python. I…
 
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