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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 ...
 
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Past speeches and talks from the Black Hat Briefings computer security conferences. Black Hat Briefings Europe was held March 27-30 at the Moevenpick Amsterdam Centre Hotel. Twdays, four different tracks. Roger Cumming, Head of Device Delivery and Knowledge at CPNI (Center for the Protection of National Infrastructure), spoke on "How can the Security Researcher Community Work Better for the Common Good." A post convention wrap up can be found at http://www.blackhat.com/html/bh-europe-07/bh-e ...
 
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When two systems have to communicate with each other, the security of transmitted messages is typically enforced through the use of shared secrets. Whether with encryption or one-way hashing, the receiving system can use a shared secret to verify that a producer's message has not been tampered with or spoofed. Rotating these shared secrets can be c…
 
Sometime in early 2021 there was a bit of excitement on the Research Software Engineering Slack channel. It was all about a blog post called: "Research Software code is likely to remain a tangled mess". The author, Derek Jones, is quite critical of what we are doing with software in research. I accept that not everybody is a fan of Research Softwar…
 
Luke Hoban, CTO of Pulumi, joined host Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about infrastructure as code (IAC), which allows software development teams to configure and control their cloud infrastructure assets using code in contrast to other approaches...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
This week's episode is all about the podcast's Discord server going public. We're now inviting all listeners to join us and participate in the community chat. Why would we want to do that, and what's in it for you? Answers to these questions and more now available as sound waves for your ear holes. Join our Discord here: https://workingcode.dev/dis…
 
Between Frances Haugen's testimony, a meta outage of Facebook properties including Facebook.com, Instagram, and What's App, and a $7 billion drop in Mark Zuckerberg's personal wealth in a matter of hours, it's safe to say that Facebook has been having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad time of it. There have even been rumors that Facebook's "w…
 
Ipek Ozkaya joined host Jeff Doolittle to discuss a book she co-authored entitled Managing Technical Debt. In the book, Ozkaya describes nine principles of technical debt management to aid software companies in identifying, measuring, tracking...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Host Kanchan Shringi speaks with Venky Naganathan,Sr. Director of Engineering at Conga specializing in Artificial Intelligence and Chatbots about the Conversational UI paradigm for Enterprise Apps as well as the enablers and business use cases suited...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
You might think that "programming" is a relatively straightforward concept: take abstract ideas and codify them into lines-of-code (LOC). But, within this broad abstraction, there are a multitude of implementation details. Some engineers love to hunker down and write code inside a metaphorical bubble; mob programmers love to dog-pile on the same ma…
 
Graph Theory has been around for a long time. Its use in computing has found a number of applications, most prominently social networks. In this episode I will be talking with Ben Steer and Gabor Szarnyas about their experiences in working with graphs. In particular: how to assess the performance of graphs, their use in science and research, the st…
 
Luis Ceze of OctoML discusses Apache TVM, an open source machine learning model compiler for a variety of different hardware architectures with host Akshay Manchale. Luis talks about the challenges in deploying models on specialized hardware and how TVM.על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
This week on the podcast, the crew discusses various topics: "Strong opinions, loosely held" - is this a statement with noble intent? Or, does it encourage people to dismiss past evidence and the experiences that have shaped their current view of the world? When is it time to upgrade old technology choices? When the time it takes to upgrade is time…
 
Here is the final SeptembRSE special episode. And this time I'll be talking to Apeksha, James and Natalia from Amazon Web Services (AWS). We touch on a variety of subjects: e.g. how to come to grips with the ever increasing complexity of what cloud services like AWS offer today (hint: start simple & experiment). Natalia talks about her internship w…
 
Meet Brad Tipp from Microsoft. Brad thinks that research software engineering has a crucial role to close the ever growing skills gap. The gap between demand for more research and research results and the ever increasing technical landscape that helps make it happen. This is not just a question of using cloud services but also a question of changin…
 
Shawn Wang - known as "swyx" online - is a financial investor turned software engineer and journalist. With a passion for history and a knack for "trend spotting", Shawn uses a keen analytical sense, honed through years of financial due diligence, in order to organize the world of web development into a series of epochs, each with its own theme. He…
 
This year's annual conference on Research Software Engineering (see link below) is upon us at the moment. And this year, SeptembRSE is running online only. On this occasion, Code for Thought is throwing some light on some of the sponsors of the SeptembRSE, without whom none of this would happen. In the first of these extra episode I have the pleasu…
 
The other day, Ben was listening to an episode of the MongoDB podcast in which Mat Keep shared a story about the adding of atomic transactions into the MongoDB product. Mat said that the engineer who spearheaded the effort used to joke about the fact that his team was spending a huge amount of time working on a feature that 90% of developers would …
 
For last 8-years, Ben Nadel has poured his heart and soul into InVision, a product that drives design collaboration. During this period, his area of expertise has focused on the (now named) "legacy" platform - the ColdFusion and AngularJS monolith that has built the business into what it is today. Soon, however, the "legacy" platform will be wholly…
 
Welcome back to Season 2 of Code for Thought! Reproducibility is hard and no one knows this better than Heidi Seibold. In this episode Heidi and I talk about the new reproducibility network she helped building in Germany and the many challenges we all face when trying to reproduce scientific output and papers. Find the German reproducibility networ…
 
Recently on Facebook, Hal Helms —highly respected author, speaker, and computer programmer— shared some of his views on the use of "Sprints" to drive engineering work on a product team. In short, he despises the idea of asking engineers to commit to achieving a goal within an estimated time frame. He likens this to asking prisons to build their own…
 
As we alluded to in Episode 20: Carol Needs a Consult, there are a lot of different products under the Amazon Web Services (AWS) umbrella. In fact, the number of products is somewhat mind-boggling. It can be overwhelming just figuring out where to start, let alone understanding which service is right for which job, how to configure that service, an…
 
Paul Butcher of AdaCore discusses Fuzz Testing, an automated testing technique used to find security vulnerabilities and other software flaws. Host Philip Winston spoke with Butcher about negative testing, brute-force fuzz testing...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Blogging is a win-win activity. Not only does the act of writing help burn knowledge into your long-term memory, it also acts as an easily searchable repository of your own thoughts. Furthermore, it helps other people solve similar problems when they stumble upon your blog in the future. The value-add of blogging is obvious; the way start blogging …
 
Mike Del Balso, co-founder of Tecton discusses Feature Stores which are data platforms to operationalize Machine Learning applications. He talks about challenges faced by teams in creating custom data pipelines to serve models in production...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Liram Haimovitch talks about how a business handles customer issues with a software product. How issues start out with a dedicated customer-facing team and when they may be escalated to engineering.על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Software is never "done". And, as it continues to evolve over time, it often gathers a lot of accidental and essential complexity. This makes it harder to on-board new engineers into a legacy application (and a legacy organization). Enter swamp guides: the aged and battle-hardened staff who know where all the bodies are buried. These guides can han…
 
This week, Adam talks about his "obnoxious optimism": his general tendency to believe that all problems can be solved and that everything will just sort of work itself out. This optimism allows him to take action and make decisions quickly. However, it also means that he may not be fully considering the future cost of his choices. This is not uncom…
 
CEO and security expert Jason Meller discusses modern tech stacks across a variety of programming languages to consider when building your next project or startup.על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Do you write "new and original" code that is "useful" and has a "non-obvious function"? If so, your code may qualify for a patent. A patent can help prevent other people from using or selling your software. That said, which engineer among us isn't write new and original code every day? Software patents are weird and fuzzy and open for way too much …
 
L Peter Deutsch of Aladdin Enterprises and formerly of Sun Microsystems joined host Jeff Doolittle to discuss the fallacies of distributed computing. Peter retold the history and origin of the fallacies and how they have been addressed over...על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
Dhruba Borthakur, CTO and co-founder of Rockset, discusses the use cases and core requirements of real-time analytics, as well as the evolution from batch to real time and the need for a new architecture with host Kanchan Shringi.על ידי IEEE Computer Society
 
The world of web development is still a nascent industry. According to Robert "Uncle Bob" Martin, the number of programmers roughly doubles every 5-years. Which means that most of the developers that you interact with are relatively new and relatively young. It's not often that you look around and see developers in their 40s, 50s, and beyond; becau…
 
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