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Chad Arimura, David Delabassee

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Inside Java is a podcast for Java Developers brought to you directly from the people that make Java at Oracle. We'll discuss the language, the JVM, OpenJDK, platform security, innovation projects like Loom and Panama, and everything in between.
 
Tabs AND Spaces is a podcast put together by three developers with over 40 years of collective experience in software development. We're here to tell you what we really think about the difficult problems that face software developers throughout their career and we promise that we won't always agree! Every month we meet new people who come on the show to share their experiences and make jokes at our expense, so what's not to like?
 
The MongoDB Podcast features guest interviews including developers, startups, and founders with MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate Michael Lynn. Learn about new and emerging technology, how to use the various MongoDB products and best practices, how organizations are using MongoDB, and what lead them to choose MongoDB over other databases.
 
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Legacy Code Rocks

Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford

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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
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 ...
 
Real answers to questions about work and life in software development. Are you just starting your first software development job? Or working towards that next step in your career? Just wondering if software engineering is for you, and how to get into the industry? Or managing developers, and wondering how? Send in your question to askanengineeringmanager@gmail.com, and we will tell you what we wish we had known in your place.
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by th ...
 
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Java Applications became the go-to preference of most developers because of the write-once-run-anywhere advantage it gave over other languages. And it didn't take much time for Java to become the language for the enterprise. Consequently, most enterprises are still running legacy Java Monoliths on their infrastructure. Breaking up a monolith is not…
 
In this episode, Lina talks to the feedback fairy, a well-known voice in the testing (and not only) community - Maaret Pyhäjärvi about the different readiness for changes in team and supporting the growth journeys. Find Maaret on: - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maaret/ - Her website: https://maaretp.com - Mastodon: https://mas.to/@maaretp …
 
When Web Assembly was created it was supposed to be a compile target, where you could compile your favorite programming language and then execute it inside of a web browser. This made it possible for developers to choose a programming language like C++ for compute intensive applications. Fermyon is taking Web Assembly to the cloud. With Fermyon Clo…
 
We’re Live. The final days of the year are coming and the guys are checking everything out on their content. Adapting to the situation has been the constant in these passing years many ups and downs but the answer is always the same, adapt and overcome. Great debate around the many situations that the guys have recently gone through, always looking…
 
In this episode, Mike Lynn talks with Jannik Wempe of Hashnode. Hashnode is a Blogging community for engineers, thought leaders and the wider developer community. Jannik discusses his career path to date, he ended up as a full stack software engineer and how writing developer focused content on HashNode actually led him to a role there. On his Hash…
 
Danielle Vansia has taken a unique route to her career in technical writing. She started out in higher education before seeing an article about the jobs available in the tech space. She grew to love the documentation aspects of technical writing and pursued the new career to great success. In this episode, Danielle sits down with Adam to discuss th…
 
If you are a company with a large pool of physical servers, and compute resources sitting in the data center, and you want to use them efficiently, one way to do that would be to virtualize them. Then you can use those smaller virtual compute resources to run whatever workloads you need. VMware is a company that's known for virtualization. It's als…
 
With an increasing number of data breaches impacting customer trust, prioritizing data privacy and security is more important than ever. However, as you layer on security and privacy, the overall complexity of a system grows and the data gets harder to use. There’s a constant push and pull between securing and locking down the data but still being …
 
We’re Live. Social media games will always be evolving, and adapting to the current situation is a must if you want your goals to be met. Recently there’s a new marketing strategy that has proven to be quite effective, but the numbers need a different approach in order to understand them. John starts this off on how to actually take this on and und…
 
The complexity of the software infrastructure has been increasing as companies have migrated towards kubernetes, containers, microservices and other distributed systems. However the tools around observability and monitoring have not seen much improvement. These tools are usually managed by teams distributed across different locations and time zones…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Kalev Leetaru. Kalev is the founder of the GDELT Project, GDELT stands for Global Database of Events, Language & Tone and the GDELT Project monitors the world's broadcast, print, and web news from nearly every corner of every country in over 100 languages and identifies the people, locations, organizations, them…
 
Ever wondered whether time away from the screen can lead to any positive outcomes? On today’s episode, we talk about the benefits of vacation, and how they far out way the negatives, while allowing for more productive, alert developers within your team. We touch on all kinds of aspects and kinds of vacation including unlimited vacation, mandatory t…
 
"Companies have to have zero tolerance for racism. Zero tolerance for sexism. Zero tolerance for homophobia." - Amy Weidner Amy is a DE&I Program Manager at Twitter with an extensive experience in recruitment. In this episode, Lina and Amy discuss privilege sharing, culture fit vs. culture add, and how we can improve our workspaces. Find Amy on: - …
 
The Presto/Trino project makes distributed querying easier across a variety of data sources. As the need for machine learning and other high volume data applications has increased, the need for support, tooling, and cloud infrastructure for Presto/Trino has increased with it. Starburst helps your teams run fast queries on any data source. With Star…
 
We have a new podcast out, which you may have already heard the trailer for. It's called TECHnically Possible and it's all about where our current and emerging technologies might just end up, and what that actually means for us humans...including the good, the bad and the strange. In this first episode we talk autonomous vehicles with Lars Klint an…
 
Significant Losses We’re Live. Entrepreneurship will always have risks involved, and this makes things clear, sometimes you will lose money and sometimes it will be a lot. This is part of the process and having the right tools and taking the correct actions at the exact time will make the difference. The guys start a great debate around the subject…
 
In this episode, we're joined by Robert Blackburn of Blackburn labs. Robert talks to Mike Lynn about his journey to founding Blackburn labs and how Blackburn labs came to developing their Devless platform - a locode, nocode platform that came together on the back of the work they were doing for existing clients and a way to help those clients out. …
 
In today’s world of rapidly-changing technologies and job descriptions, it can be difficult to know which path to pursue. As a result, it often feels simpler to fall into a pattern where we are funneled down the path of least resistance, rather than taking ownership of what we truly want. That’s where career clarity comes in. Today on the show we a…
 
Building and managing data-intensive applications has traditionally been costly and complex, and has placed an operational burden on developers to maintain as their organization scales. Todays’ developers, data scientists, and data engineers need a streamlined, single cloud data platform for building applications, pipelines, and machine learning mo…
 
In this episode, we're taking a look at all the best practices we sprinkle throughout our code and asking the question "when is too much of a good thing, not a good thing?" You can catch with Jaap and asking him further questions about the show on twitter, github or LinkedIn where is is @jaapbrasser on all of them. Or catch him in our discord! If y…
 
Infrastructure as code (IaC) is a concept that enables organizations to automate the provisioning and configuration of their IT infrastructure. This concept also aids organizations in applying the DevOps process (plan, code, build, test, release, deploy, operate, monitor, repeat) to their infrastructure. Ansible is a popular choice within the IaC t…
 
Can we stop accidents by getting smart cars to talk to each other? Can robot swarms help us fight fires and build skyscrapers? And what happens when AI doesn't need us anymore? Join Lars Klint in a new Pluralsight series as he questions industry experts about where our current and emerging technologies might just end up, and what that actually mean…
 
Farhan Thawar understand burnout. He's spent his career working long hours in the world of engineering and now leads a team of thousands of of talented individuals that he is responsible for their success, experience, and team culture. He has learned several ways to avoid burnout in his own life by creating a healthy work/life separation. As a lead…
 
Companies are rapidly moving to the cloud, and modern businesses are operating faster with a myriad of SaaS tools in their day-to-day operations. Provisioning resources has been easier than ever. WIth a few clicks you can spin up resources in any part of the world. While we all love the cloud because of the scalability it offers, assets can quickly…
 
In this episode, Shane McAllister talks with Snehal Bhatia, a Solutions Architect with MongoDB, about Designing Environmentally Sustainable Architectures and the extent to which the IT industry contributes to global emissions. We discuss on premise vs the cloud, how developers can optimise the architecture of a database so it can be designed with s…
 
Mikko Hypponen is the CRO of WithSecure and a principal research Officer at F-Secure. In this interview with our host, Jordi Monn, he discusses the eventful and rocky early start of his software engineering career, hybrid warfare, reverse engineering, recent exploits like Log for Shell and heart bleed and more. This episode is packed with valuable …
 
Whether you call it a Stand-Up, a Daily Scrum, a Huddle, or a Roll Call this daily check-in is a powerful tool you and your team can use to maximize productivity. During today’s episode, you will learn how to do a Stand-Up, what a Stand-Up consists of, and some pitfalls that you may be deterred by along the way. Most importantly, you need to keep a…
 
Software security has become one of the most important topics affecting the lives of millions of people. Today we talk with Rob Dickinson, a co-founder, and CTO of Resurface Labs, a data-driven API security solution. He tells us how can security be woven into the culture of a software team, how to build more secure software, and how to adapt tradit…
 
Ever joined a new company? I bet. The start is always challenging, and as Angela Riggs says "you have to learn to learn". In this episode of Quality Bits, Lina and Angela discuss the feelings you may face in a new workplace, the job of a QA manager, setting boundaries, and management practices which support the high-quality product building teams. …
 
The lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals in the United States is a threat to our national security. We cannot adequately protect the systems that our government, economy, and critical infrastructure sectors rely on without an appropriately sized cyber workforce. By some estimates, there are over 700,000 cybersecurity job openings across th…
 
Often, developers will be asked to work on a story, but nobody knows quite how to deal with it. That why, today, we are discussing spiking feature work. We are joined by Rob O’Brien, one of the partners here at Stride, and a self-confessed “strongly opinionated product manager.” Rob was formerly one of the principal product managers involved in bui…
 
React is the most widely used front-end framework. It pioneered the component model and influenced the software design of all modern web applications. React is not an opinionated tool, allowing engineers to shape their applications in a way that fits the problems at hand. However, this freedom of expression can be very confusing to newcomers. Alex …
 
In this conversation with Mike Lynn, Arpit Mohan Appsmith CTO talks about his journey into engineering and programming, from dismantling home electronics, building soccer playing robots and ultimately about founding Appsmith. Appsmith is Open source, sharing the same roots as MongoDB, and can be used on prem or in the cloud. Arpit talks about why A…
 
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