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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 ...
 
The multi-talented and always interesting Sam Sorbo discusses current events with fascinating guests and gives her unique analysis for her listeners. Sam says her show deals with "politics and religion - the only two things worth talking about" - but always through the all-important lens of education.
 
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Open source developers Jordan Harband and Donald Fischer join host Robert Blumen for a conversation about securing the software supply chain, especially open source. They start by reviewing supply chain security concepts, particularly as related to open..By IEEE Computer Society
 
Brian Duff and Martin Biron pick their highlights from the last week of Sabres hockey on this week's Sabres Live Overtime. They discuss the often hypocritical debate that surrounds the shootout and Marty reveals a conversation he had with Jack Quinn about his shootout move. They also take a moment to appreciate the Sabres impressive offensive numbe…
 
Jonathan Koeppel was fired from his school for teaching truth. He worked hard to expose BrainPop, a school subscription system that exposes kids to highly sexualized content, and suffered consequences for involving parents in their children’s education. Now, he speaks all over the world and is suing the system for unjust termination. @JonathanKoepp…
 
Adam Dymitruk, CEO and founder of Adaptech Group, joins host Jeff Doolittle for an exploration of the event modeling approach to discovering requirements and designing software systems. Adam explains how the structured approach eliminates the specifics of implementation details and technology decisions, enabling clearer communication for all stakeh…
 
Brian Duff and Martin Biron examine Sabres head coach Don Granato's post game comments in Toronto about compete. Marty breaks down Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen's first start of the season for the Sabres and offers some advice. The guys look at the potential impact of Mattias Samuelsson's return to the lineup and look at the Sabres forward depth that now in…
 
Roberto Di Cosmo, Computer Science professor at University Paris Diderot and founder of the Software Heritage initiative, discusses how to protect against sudden loss from the collapse of a "free" source code repository provider, how to protect...By IEEE Computer Society
 
Right before Dan goes to Qatar and Johnny loses another laptop we've gathered for the last dance. Regular sideman, Pat Fenlon is joined in studio by the man who once saved his job! Yes, none other than Eoin Doyle, who missed the Mendoza Line by half a goal this season but will be fresher next season after dragging his heart around St Anne's Park in…
 
Right before Dan goes to Qatar and Johnny loses another laptop we've gathered for the last dance. Regular sideman, Pat Fenlon is joined in studio by the man who once saved his job! Yes, none other than Eoin Doyle, who missed the Mendoza Line by half a goal this season but will be fresher next season after dragging his heart around St Anne's Park in…
 
Brian Duff and Martin Biron analyze the numbers from the Sabres winless streak and discuss how the team can turn it around. Should the Sabres keep the Quinn/Cozens/Peterka line together? What does Marty see from the Sabres goaltending? Is there a roster move from Rochester to be made? How important are these next five Sabres games? What are we witn…
 
It's the second to second last episode of the pod and cup final fever is intertwined with Johnny's playoff sickness in a colourful episode. Our roving Galway reporter took a break from venting his frustration to make the unfamiliar trip to the Aviva Stadium where he interviews Ruaidhri Higgins without impersonating him and finally gets up close and…
 
It's the second to second last episode of the pod and cup final fever is intertwined with Johnny's playoff sickness in a colourful episode. Our roving Galway reporter took a break from venting his frustration to make the unfamiliar trip to the Aviva Stadium where he interviews Ruaidhri Higgins without impersonating him and finally gets up close and…
 
Adam Warski, the co-founder and CTO of SoftwareMill, discusses Scala programming and the Tapir library. Scala is a general-purpose JVM language, and Tapir is a back-end library used to describe HTTP API endpoints as immutable Scala values. Host Philip Winston speaks with Warski about the implications of Scala being a JVM language, the Scala type sy…
 
Brian Duff and Martin Biron opened this week's episode of Sabres Live Overtime by offering their thoughts on the passing of former Sabre Peter McNab. They continued by reflecting on the recent Sabres Road Crew party in Carolina before recapping a very busy week of games for the team. They examined Tage Thompson's production at home compared to on t…
 
This episode takes us from Dundalk to Dubai. You might think this brings us to discussion of carefree spending in a controversial environment and we do that before getting to the Dubai part. Yes, Andy Boyle chats with Dan about the exhilaration of qualifying for Europe after living through a rollercoaster of emotion at Dundalk as he reaches the end…
 
This episode takes us from Dundalk to Dubai. You might think this brings us to discussion of carefree spending in a controversial environment and we do that before getting to the Dubai part. Yes, Andy Boyle chats with Dan about the exhilaration of qualifying for Europe after living through a rollercoaster of emotion at Dundalk as he reaches the end…
 
Ryan Magee, postdoctoral scholar research associate at LIGO Laboratory – Caltech, joins host Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about how software is used by scientists in physics research. The episode begins with a discussion of gravitational waves...By IEEE Computer Society
 
After the comeback win against Chicago Duffer and Marty looked ahead to a busy week for the Sabres. Do faceoffs matter? Only when they do? Will Sabres coach Don Granato continue his forward rotation? Which line will we see Alex Tuch on next? Can the Sabres continue to survive their injuries on defense? Plus a quick look at Sabres organizational dep…
 
This week's show takes us from Two Stars to the Lone Star State, from Tallaght to Texas, with the confirmation of three leagues in a row for Shamrock Rovers the natural starting point. With his ears burning from repeated mentions, Pico Lopes dialled in to reflect on his central role in the Rovers rise to their 20th title, the surreal nature of winn…
 
This week's show takes us from Two Stars to the Lone Star State, from Tallaght to Texas, with the confirmation of three leagues in a row for Shamrock Rovers the natural starting point. With his ears burning from repeated mentions, Pico Lopes dialled in to reflect on his central role in the Rovers rise to their 20th title, the surreal nature of winn…
 
Dan Lorenc, CEO of Chainguard, a software supply chain security company, joins SE Radio editor Robert Blumen to talk about software supply chain attacks. They start with a review of software supply chain basics; how outputs become inputs of someone...By IEEE Computer Society
 
On this week's Sabres Live Overtime, Brian Duff and Martin Biron discuss the Sabres unbeaten start to their road trip so far plus the great starts to the season for goaltenders Eric Comrie and Craig Anderson and asked if can they keep it going. They examine what is the most intriguing Sabres team statistic and how they changed their play in order t…
 
Andy Dang, Head of Engineering at WhyLabs discusses observability and data ops for AI/ML applications and how that differs from traditional observability. SE Radio host Akshay Manchale speaks with Andy about running an AI/ML model in production and how...By IEEE Computer Society
 
Layering clothes is an essential concept for preparedness. Whether it be just a casual hike, bugging out, or dealing with any other SHTF scenario, the ability to layer clothes on your body can make or break your success. Let's categorize our layers into three groups; wicking (inner layers), warmth (middle layers), and weather (outer layer).… The po…
 
Title race? Anyone? Anyone? Well this week we are joined by two lads who know a thing or two about them. Mark Rossiter and Colin Hawkins join us for a healthy dose of nostalgia and bad knees. There are four sided stadiums, badly planned birthdays, Jose Duffrinho, and self confessed shouty man from Donegal, Aidan McNelis, telling us how Finn Harps a…
 
Title race? Anyone? Anyone? Well this week we are joined by two lads who know a thing or two about them. Mark Rossiter and Colin Hawkins join us for a healthy dose of nostalgia and bad knees. There are four sided stadiums, badly planned birthdays, Jose Duffrinho, and self confessed shouty man from Donegal, Aidan McNelis, telling us how Finn Harps a…
 
Duffer and Marty react to the first two Buffalo Sabres game on this edition Sabres Live Overtime and explain who is "p***ed off." Marty identifies three Sabres he is happy with and the guys discuss the line shuffling that was done in third period against Florida. They also talk about the usage of Jack Quinn and JJ Peterka along with what they have …
 
As the Bohs search for a new manager continues, we bring two together on this week's show with Colin Healy in Cork and Gary Cronin in studio talking First Division matters, playoff games, future plans and the difficult business of knowing when it's time to say goodbye. We also get a bit of FAI Cup insight, evidence that Paul Doolin once admitted he…
 
As the Bohs search for a new manager continues, we bring two together on this week's show with Colin Healy in Cork and Gary Cronin in studio talking First Division matters, playoff games, future plans and the difficult business of knowing when it's time to say goodbye. We also get a bit of FAI Cup insight, evidence that Paul Doolin once admitted he…
 
Eddie Aftandilian, Principal researcher at GitHub discusses GitHub copilot and how it can improve developer productivity with host Priyanka Raghavan. The discussion explores various subtopics such as the history of copilot, how it can improve developer...By IEEE Computer Society
 
On the latest Sabres Live Overtime Duffer and Marty discussed the Buffalo Sabres concluding their preseason schedule and setting their roster for the start of the regular season this week. They also discussed the leadership groups of the Sabres and the Rochester Americans: Kyle Okposo being named captain, Zemgus Girgensons and Rasmus Dahlin named a…
 
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