show episodes
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
Far-reaching conversations with a worldwide network of scientists and mathematicians, philosophers and artists developing new frameworks to explain our universe's deepest mysteries. Join host Michael Garfield at the Santa Fe Institute each week to learn about your world and the people who have dedicated their lives to exploring its emergent order: their stories, research, and insights…
 
Talking Machines is your window into the world of machine learning. Your hosts, Katherine Gorman and Neil Lawrence, bring you clear conversations with experts in the field, insightful discussions of industry news, and useful answers to your questions. Machine learning is changing the questions we can ask of the world around us, here we explore how to ask the best questions and what to do with the answers.
 
BOINC Radio is a participatory podcast hosted on the BOINC Network Discord server (linked below). This means you, listener, help guide the direction of each episode! Every Friday at 4pm EST your friendly hosts bring topics for everyone to discuss. Topics can range from BOINC, science, and distributed computing news to network theory to interesting anecdotes. To participate, all you need to do is join the BOINC Network Discord server and take part in the live recording every Friday at 4pm EST ...
 
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 ...
 
Welcome to Paying It Forward, Lessons From The C-Suite. This is the trailer that introduces you to the podcast. If you want to attain a C level position in your career, you need to understand what it takes to achieve that level of leadership. When you have access to successful entrepreneurs and senior executives who want to help you develop the skills and traits to become a great leader, it’s like having your own mastermind group to mentor and guide you. In a nutshell, that’s our podcast. Ea ...
 
Hear all about functional programming in practice. We invite people working on hard industry problems to tell us how they are solving them, the tools they use, and what gets them up in the morning. Expect deep dives into Haskell, Nix, Rust, build systems, data engineering, AI, and more. We make it back to the surface too sometimes, to chat about engineering culture and the challenges of leadership in distributed teams.
 
We made a march towards continuous development, and we changed the way we develop, build, deploy, secure, and monitor software. Do you think you missed this march? The good news is that it's actually happening continuously. Join us! We' re part of it too. We observe it, we document it, and we tell it. In each episode of The DevOps FaunCast, we'll treat you to an in-depth talk about a topic related to DevOps, SRE, distributed computing, Kubernetes, cloud computing, containers and other simila ...
 
As mobile computing is becoming ubiquitous, innovative solutions are shaping our lives in ways we could only dream about. Some solutions are now even getting close to replacing pharmaceuticals in some places. Could Artificial Intelligence and distributed computing change the way we live our lives with regards to disease and health? On this show we talk about the entire circle: Birth, maintaining fitness and staying young forever... Welcome to the Circle... Hosted by Faisal Kamal, MSc in Phar ...
 
The free lunch is over! Computer systems up until the turn of the century became constantly faster without any particular effort simply because the hardware they were running on increased its clock speed with every new release. This trend has changed and today's CPUs stall at around 3 GHz. The size of modern computer systems in terms of contained transistors (cores in CPUs/GPUs, CPUs/GPUs in compute nodes, compute nodes in clusters), however, still increases constantly. This caused a paradig ...
 
Twice-weekly conversations with top executives and thought leaders at the intersection of business, technology, and innovation. Each episode of Technovation explores the technology trends that are transforming business, and the leaders driving digital change inside their organizations. Produced by Metis Strategy and hosted by firm President Peter High, Technovation is the premier podcast for IT and technology professionals with the largest collection of interviews with elite CIOs, CTOs, and ...
 
Derek Broes', former life, he served as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Business Development at Paramount Pictures, A Viacom Company. At Paramount Broes has been responsible for establishing digital strategy, marketing and helping to drive the companies most public partnerships such as the Apple Itunes, Amazon, and Walmart partnerships. Prior to joining Paramount in 2006 Derek lead the global wireless strategy and business development team for Windows Media® at Microsoft Corp., pushing en ...
 
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 Smalltalk programming language is not only the first pure object oriented language, but has been the birthplace for many of today's best practices in software development including agile methods, design patterns, unit testing, refactoring and incremental development. In the Smalltalk Reflections podcast, David Buck and Craig Latta guide you through the world of Smalltalk covering topics from basic object oriented principles to software testing, version control and deployment techniques. ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Satish Mohan, CTO of AirGapNetworks discussed “AirGap Networks” with Priyanka. In this show Satish discusses what is “AirGapped Network”, difference between traditional physical air-gapped networks and virtual air-gapped networks for enterprise applications, High level architecture of AirGap networks, Step to protect networks including identity, im…
 
Continuous Infrastructure Automation is a critical concept about driving much more resilient and repeatable systems.As we build out applications on infrastructure, we should not treat them as a static deployment. Instead, we should think of infrastructure as constantly evolving, growing and changing.There's a lot of technology and challenges in bui…
 
Cloud versus Edge? This panel dove into what makes edge different than cloud. There are a lot of different technical and commercial drivers. And fundamentally, it matters who owns the sources of data and how data sources are different. This underscores how it is critical to understand data sources, infrastructure ownership, and how everything fits …
 
Subscribe to Kernel of Truth on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Cast Box and Sticher! Click here for our previous episode. We have a special episode of Kernel of Truth! In this episode we speak with David Liggitt, the founder and CEO of datacenterHawk. datacenterHawk is a leading provider of information on the top Internet exchanges, cloud computing …
 
What is the economy? People used to tell stories about the exchange of goods and services in terms of flows and processes — but over the last few hundred years, economic theory veered toward measuring discrete amounts of objects. Why? The change has less to do with the objective nature of economies and more to do with what tools theorists had avail…
 
596: In this interview, Rich Uhlig, Intel Senior Fellow and the Managing Director of Intel Labs, focuses on the research and delivery of breakthrough innovations. Rich provides an overview of the work that Intel Labs does and explains his team’s process in evaluating prototypes and ideas to determine which can go to scale. He describes a few of the…
 
Hermez is an open-source ZK-Rollup optimised for secure, low-cost and usable token transfers on the wings of Ethereum. The Hermez network team is currently developing the next version of the decentralised ZK-Rollup with full support of Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) by making a full set of zkEVM opcodes. Jordi Baylina, the Technical Lead at Hermez,…
 
In Episode 16, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Srinjoy Ganguly, author of Quantum Computing with Silq Programming. The team discuss the challenges of Quantum programming, the benefits of automatic decomputing, the future of machine learning in Quantum Computing, and the way that high level abstracted Quantum Computing languages will affect the lands…
 
595: In this interview, Colleen Berube, Chief Information Officer and SVP of Operations at Zendesk, focuses on the customer and employee experiences. Colleen describes how tech, data, and process help to scale the business and provides insight into how she balances adding processes without adding unneeded bureaucracy. We discuss the role her team p…
 
Dieser Talk gibt einen Überblick über E2E-Verschlüsselung und stellt einen spannenden Ansatz vor.Oft ist unklar wer die Schlüssel zum Entschlüsseln vertraulicher Nachrichten besitzt. In diesem Talk werden jene fündig, die eher sich selbst vertrauen und eigene Schlüssen generieren. Jedoch der Clou dahinter ist die „Perfekte Sicherheit“.about this ev…
 
A basic encoding standard for content-addressed data. http://purl.org/erisERIS is an encoding standard for content-addressed data. ERIS is intended for use in semantic web components as well as a for archiving bulk data.This talk will feature an brief popular history of content-addressing schemes, its problems, and why a basic standard such as ERIS…
 
Nach der Pandemie haben Datenschützer es noch schwerer. Oder?Die Pandemie hat gezeigt, dass zentrale Register und Überwachung ausnahmsweise mal nützlich sein können. Auch Rufe nach Zwang und Überwachung aus bisher unbekannter Richtung wurden vernommen. Dazu muss sich das Chaos verhalten. Denken wir darüber nach.about this event: https://talks.daten…
 
Was ist dieses Fediverse und was soll so toll daran sein?Ein Überblick über das Netzwerk und ein Blick auf seine Besonderheiten, Vorstellung einzelner Dienste und ein kritischer Blick auf die Social Media Landschaft.Der Vortrag ist eine Erweiterung dieses Lightningtalks: https://video.dresden.network/w/fBf47fymjETZmF417pPgNFabout this event: https:…
 
Chia engineers Straya Markovic & Matt Howard share their thoughts around Chialisp language, an on-chain programming environment which introduces a new and much better approach to building smart transactions. Learn about Chia programming language Chialisp. https://www.chia.net/2019/11/27/chialisp.en.html Visit https://www.chia.net/ to learn more. Jo…
 
Wie führt man ein vertrauliches Gespräch über einen unsicheren Kommunikationskanal?Im Podcast "Schlüsseltechnologie" erklären wir moderne Computertechnik von Grund auf. In dieser Live-Ausgabe soll es um den Diffie-Hellman-Schlüsselaustausch gehen. Dieses zu seiner Zeit revolutionäre Protokoll erlaubt es zwei Gesprächsparteien, ein gemeinsames Gehei…
 
Erarbeitung eines Katalogs individueller Handlungsempfehlungen für eine nachhaltige Digitalisierung.Die aktuelle Implementierung der Digitalisierung ist dysfunktional: Sie verursacht mehr Probleme, als sie löst. Auf der Konferenz Bits&Bäume 2018 wurden mit Beteiligung u.a. des CCC, des FIfF, des BUND und der OKF [elf konkrete Forderungen](https://b…
 
Ein Vortrag über die Facetten und Nuancen dessen, was das 'Hacker'-sein denn tatsächlich bedeutet.Ein als 'Hacker' bezeichneter Mensch weckt unwillkürlich immer das BIld einer über einem Computermonitor gebeugten Person, welche tagein, tagaus nichts anderes tut, als in besagten Monitor zu schauen und in den virtuellen Eingeweiden des Computers zu w…
 
DevOps Lunch and Learn was about security practices. Specifically, we built an outline of topics in security that we think are necessary for developers and operators to build secure applications.We basically built a week long course curriculum!As we go through what this course curriculum we walk through who needs to know this information and why.If…
 
We talk about Digital Twins and the Edge with Simon Crosby from Swim.AI. They are literally building digital twins in edge locations so he has a lot to share. We work to expand and understand how Simon's experience translates into general cases and what we're seeing in the edge. The systems that we're trying to build are at the intersection of mode…
 
In April of this year, Khronos released a provisional set of extensions: [VK_KHR_video_queue, VK_KHR_video_decoder_queue and VK_KHR_video_encoder_queue](https://www.khronos.org/blog/an-introduction-to-vulkan-video). They all aim for hardware accelerated video decoding and encoder with the Vulkan API. In this talk, we will introduce the basics of vi…
 
The CPU performance scaling is one of key parts in Linux Kernel, it is to manage the CPU frequency according to kernel and processor status and widely used by many user mode application to talk to the processors. The system information APIs in Wine will use the CPU performance scaling interfaces to manage the multi-core processor schedule timing co…
 
With Freedesktop's move to Gitlab every project not only got access to a lot of machine time, but they also got all the infrastructure to automate their runs, inspect the results, and provide automated testing reports of merge requests. This has led to a lot of projects adopting it to reduce regressions and maintenance costs to the point of almost …
 
I'm going to present a summary of the last 10 years or so of participating to the moderation and animation of the xorg-security@ mailing lists.This is an opportunity for people interested in taking over this responsibility to have an insight of the kind of issues that are submitted and how we've been dealing with them. about this event: https://c3v…
 
Last year, it was fires everywhere. This year? well, it was also the same, sort of.In this talk, we will see what steps we took to reduce further more our bill for our gitlab hosting. We will also tell some jokes like "oh, BTW, we almost lost all of our storage", or something like "oops, I killed the entire cluster". Oh the fun we had.So yes, this …
 
The purpose of TTM is to provide buffer object contents in memory where it is mappable by the CPU and GPU when needed, and also to allow overcommitting by means of swapping or eviction.This talk will cover the process of moving memory management in i915 kernel driver to TTM. about this event: https://c3voc.de…
 
The [big change][1] in KWinFT this year is the replacement of all its own hardware backend plugins for its Wayland session with a single backend talking to wlroots.This talk goes into detail on: - reasons for this strategic move, - technical realization, - outcome with advantages and disadvantages, - long-term impact on the ecosystem. [1]: https://…
 
Due to its nature, the display stack can be hard to test. Indeed, the component we want to test often sends the pixels to an external display without any way to retrieve the image being output, let alone make sure it's correct.And while a human can perform some of those tests by looking at the screen, some issues can prove to be difficult to spot, …
 
While GPU multi-tenancy in the server world has grown rapidly, hostile multi-tenancy on single, commodity GPUs has been virtually unexplored. Existing multi-tenancy solutions for GPUs all fall short in at least one of the following areas: Minimizing attack surface, strongly isolating potentially hostile tenants, supporting consumer GPUs, and allowi…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login