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Computers touch all most every aspect of our lives today. We take the way they work for granted and the unsung heroes who built the technology, protocols, philosophies, and circuit boards, patched them all together - and sometimes willed amazingness out of nothing. Not in this podcast. Welcome to the History of Computing. Let's get our nerd on!
 
Jaron Swab, a software engineer, shares tips around Linux, programming, and open source. So you can stay on top of your privacy, security, and productivity. Discover what it means to be a hacker from a self taught software engineer. You'll learn how to land a tech job, amp up your computer efficiency, and leave behind the walled gardens of big tech. Since 2005, Jaron has exercised his love for coding and taking technology into his own hands. It's Jaron and a microphone; a one on one approach ...
 
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TuxCast

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TuxCast

Ilia Cheishvili

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It's a big world of Linux out there, which is the primary focus of this podcast, even though topics will range from the classic UNIX Operating System to new open source software projects to how the changing technology industry will impact Linux and Free Software in the coming times.
 
Once you become aware that there is a dependable, secure, capable, and modern computer system that rivals all others in popularity and actual use, you will want to try the Linux operating system on your computer. Perhaps you've been using a member of the Unix/Linux family - Linux, Android, ChromeOS, BSD or even OSX - for quite a while. If so, you are likely looking for new ways to optimize your technology for the way you work. Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to g ...
 
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Command Line TV

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Command Line TV

Christopher League and Christian Lopes

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Command Line TV is a video podcast to help you learn and master the Unix shell. Informally, ‘Unix’ refers to a family of operating systems that includes GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and FreeBSD. Operating a computer via the command line gives you tremendous power and flexibility, but it’s not easy to learn. We’re here to help! We start from the beginning, but also try to include some tips suitable for intermediate users. Each video is about 20 minutes long, and we aim to release a new episode every ...
 
Sourcetunk will try to demystify the beautiful beast that is Open Source and show the listeners the more practical examples of Open Source and Free Software. It will discuss software for Linux, BSD, MacOSX and Microsoft Windows systems
 
Two pragmatic geeks talk about the latest news concerning Linux, free and open technology or anything else they deem noteworthy which may include such absurd things as hockey or bands you never heard of. This means there's many a joke and derailed conversation along the way, so don't come here expecting only Linux or software freedom talk — just sit back and relax, partner.
 
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MacEnterprise Podcast

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MacEnterprise Podcast

The MacEnterprise Podcast Team

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Do you support Macs in an enterprise computing environment? Our goal is to bring the experience of a conference session to you by featuring knowledgeable and experience Mac system administrators as guests. We cover everything from client management and software deployment to AD integration, server management and more!
 
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.
 
Join hacker maker Phillip Wylie and his guests as they discuss and unveil the “secrets” of professional hacking — a mysterious, intriguing, and often misunderstood occupation, even by those in the field of cybersecurity. With the rising need for professional hackers, those entering the infosec world are drawn to it, and understandably so — it is an exciting and fascinating career. Still, it sure has nothing to do with magic. Join these conversations to discover what the role entails, the dif ...
 
The lectures and materials in this course are based on iOS 6. They remain available for reference and archival purposes. For the latest course taught on iOS 7 please check out Developing iOS 7 Apps for iPhone and iPad. Updated for iOS 6. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platform using the iOS SDK. User interface designs for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradi ...
 
The USENIX Invited Talks Podcast brings you industry leaders covering the latest in security, system administration, systems research, and more need-to-know technology topics. USENIX, The Advanced Computing Systems Association, has been the premier forum for presenting groundbreaking technology information for over 30 years. Check out excerpts from the luminary-led invited talks programs of past USENIX Conferences.
 
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Two's Complement

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Two's Complement

Ben Rady and Matt Godbolt

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If you come to a fork in the road, take it! Two’s Complement is a programming podcast, hosted by Matt Godbolt and Ben Rady; two programmers who both grew up wanting to make video games. One of them did, one of them didn’t, but now they both work together despite coming from very different backgrounds.
 
I am Joshua Reilly a comic book creator. You can view and purchase my art at reillycomics.com and follow me @reillycomics on all social media platforms. The podcast is me talking about my interests which include Comic books, movies, art, sports, science, and because it's mandatory, politics.
 
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Ruining It For Everyone

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Ruining It For Everyone

Maggie McFee and Christopher Harrington

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Ruining it For Everyone is a weekly podcast for geeks, by geeks. Your hosts Maggie McFee and Christopher Harrington discuss everything in excruciating detail, from video production to how to make your own giant robot. Each week we take a topic, deconstruct it, and if we're lucky, put it back together without any leftover parts.
 
Updated for iOS 9 and Swift. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms using the iOS SDK. User interface design for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Swift programming language. Other topics include: animation, mobile device power management, multi-threading, networking and performance considerations. Prerequisites: C language and obj ...
 
Updated for iOS 10 and Swift. Tools and APIs required to build applications for the iPhone and iPad platforms using the iOS SDK. User interface design for mobile devices and unique user interactions using multi-touch technologies. Object-oriented design using model-view-controller paradigm, memory management, Swift programming language. Other topics include: object-oriented database API, animation, mobile device power management, multi-threading, networking and performance considerations. Pr ...
 
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Today we’re joined by Jessica Lord, talking about the origins of Electron and her boomerang back to GitHub to lead GitHub Sponsors. We cover the early days of Electron before Electron was Electron, how she advocated to turn it into a product and make it a framework, how it’s used today, why she boomeranged back to GitHub to lead Sponsors, what’s ne…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we present our 2021 GeekNights holiday technology gift guide! You can refer to our recent gaming gift guide as a companion to this. In the news, COVID vaccine boosters are fantastic, take heed as the Omicron variant poses a "very high" global risk, Streamlabs agrees to rename SLOBS after public outcry, we're running out of qu…
 
Jason Haddix, world renowned bug bounty researcher, shares his story and valuable advice that has helped many aspiring pentesters and bug hunters. Jason shares his story of starting in IT, becoming a pentester, to helping a top bug bounty company in the beginning stages. Jason's advice includes learning resources, and career advice that he has shar…
 
The Friday after Thanksgiving to the Monday afterwards is a bonanza of shopping in the United States, where capitalism runs wild with reckless abandon. It’s almost a symbol of a society whose identity is as intertwined with with rampant consumerism as it is with freedom and democracy. We are free to spend all our gold pieces. And once upon a time, …
 
In the previous episodes, we looked at the rise of patents and software and their impact on the nascent computer industry. But a copyright is a right. And that right can be given to others in whole or in part. We have all benefited from software where the right to copy was waved and it’s shaped the computing industry as much, if not more, than prop…
 
Jeff asks JT about file retention strategies and then we go down rabbitholes. Links Feedback: https://github.com/suorcd/public-screenshot Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram channel is here: https://t.me/The…
 
Perl was started by Larry Wall in 1987. Unisys had just released the 2200 series and only a few years stopped using the name UNIVAC for any of their mainframes. They merged with Burroughs the year before to form Unisys. The 2200 was a continuation of the 36-bit UNIVAC 1107, which went all the way back to 1962. Wall was one of the 100,000 employees …
 
Today we’re joined by Ilya Grigorik to talk about Shopify’s developer preview release of Hydrogen and the preview release of Oxygen which is in early access preview with select merchants on Shopify. Hydrogen is their React framework for dynamic, contextual, and personalized e-commerce. And Oxygen is Shopify’s hosted V8 JavaScript worker runtime tha…
 
Joe Brinkley—or The Blind Hacker as he is most commonly known in the InfoSec community—shares his story of overcoming a disability to achieve his dream job in cybersecurity. Joe is not only a very talented pentester, but a community contributor, speaker, mentor, and Innocent Lives Foundation Ambassador. Joe shares his story and advice on getting st…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider Home HVAC: Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning. We've previously covered server room cooling, and the show is interrupted at the end by a classic. In the news, New York is taking some action on robocalls (though it's honestly too late at this point), people are upset that Microsoft is forcing Edge on Start …
 
A guest comes on to talk about a flaw that exists in the trust of Digital Evidence. Links Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram channel is here: https://t.me/TheOpinionDominion Our Matrix channel is here: TheO…
 
This week we’re bringing JS Party to The Changelog — Mitch and Andrew from the 1Password team talk with Amal and Nick about the company’s transition to Electron and web technologies, and how the company utilized its existing web stack to shape the future of its desktop experience. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get …
 
Social Engineering expert Chris Hadnagy entrepreneur, DEFCON Social Engineering Village, and Innocent Lives Foundation founder shares his story. Chris shares story of being recruited by Offensive Security, discovering his talent and interest for social engineering. Chris has authored multiple books on social engineer, founded the DEFCON Social Engi…
 
John Von Neumann was born in Hungary at the tail end of the Astro-Hungarian Empire. The family was made a part of the nobility and as a young prodigy in Budapest, He learned languages and by 8 years old was doing calculus. By 17 he was writing papers on polynomials. He wrote his dissertation in 1925 he added to set theory with the axiom of foundati…
 
In this episode we talk about how to level up your privacy online using only your mind. Having the correct mindset will get you 80% of the way to internet privacy. Reaching 100% is extremely difficult and likely impossible. However, if you start with the right mindset you'll get much closer than if you only used tools like a bandage. But don't worr…
 
Rey Bango goes from a long-time developer to security advocate and freelance pentester. Rey shares his story, his path to security, and his vast experience with numerous cybersecurity training providers making him a subject matter expert in offensive cybersecurity education. _______________________ Guest Rey Bango On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin…
 
Fitbit was founded in 2007, originally as Healthy Metrics Research, Inc, by James Park and Eric Friedman. They had a goal to bring fitness trackers to market. They didn’t invent the pedometer and in fact wanted to go far further. That prize goes to Abraham-Louis Perrelet of Switzerland in 1780 or possibly back to da Vinci. And there are stories of …
 
Today we’re joined by Shawn “swyx” Wang, also known as just “swyx” — and we’re talking about his interesting path to becoming a software developer, what it means to “learn in public” and how he’s been able to leverage that process to not only level up his skills and knowlege, but to also rapidly advance his career. We cover Swyx’s recent writing on…
 
This episodes includes discussions about key bindings, Mastadon, Virtual Box, the Framework laptop, file permissions, astronomy programs, printers, Win-Kex, and App Outlet. There’s even more! Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #414 · Listener Feedback 02:06 Annual issues with Site5's SSL certificate process 03:51 Elementary OS and key bindings 0…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider documentation. Client documentation, user guides, service runbooks, developer notes, and the like. We've previously covered Documentation Systems, as well as in a game design lecture on game rules. In the news, Rym finally dressed up as Zed from Zardoz, Facebook's name change to "Meta" isn't fooling anyone, a theo…
 
Jeff and JT go over the feedback about the episode on Jeff's attention budget. Links Vicky's Link: https://www.helpguide.org/articles/add-adhd/adhd-attention-deficit-disorder-in-adults.htm# Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedi…
 
Gabe's curiosity for how things work as a child is later used as a red teamer, but not leveraged until years later. Gabe shares his story and how his approach to learning and his career reflects how he prepares for 100 mile runs. _______________________ Guest Gabe Thompson On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/gabethompson1811/ On Twitter | htt…
 
Welcome to Song Encoder, a special series of The Changelog podcast featuring people who create at the intersection of software and music. This episode features $STDOUT and contains explicit language. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappear! Sponsors Fly.io – Deploy your app…
 
Jay Miner was born in 1932 in Arizona. He got his Bachelor of Science at the University of California at Berkeley and helped design calculators that used the fancy new MOS chips where he cut his teeth doing microprocessor design, which put him working on the MOS 6500 series chips. Atari decided to use those in the VCS gaming console and so he ended…
 
In this episode we talk about running OpenBSD on a top of the line laptop from 2011. We also cover files to edit for a Linux replacement, how to connect to WiFi without extra software, and one tweak that will speed up any workstation running OpenBSD. Plus, tips and tricks to get the most out of your old hardware in as little time as possible. OpenB…
 
Robby Russell is back on The Changelog after more than 10 years to catch us up on all things Oh My Zsh — a delightful, open source, community-driven framework for managing your Zshell configuration. It comes bundled with plugins, themes, and can be easily customized and contributed to, because hey, that’s how open source works. In this episode Robb…
 
Jeff and JT discuss software projects they wish existed. Links Give us your thoughts... Feedback can be sent using the fireside contact form at the bottom of the podcast page, or by emailing directly to jt [at] minddripmedia.com Our Telegram channel is here: https://t.me/TheOpinionDominion Our Matrix channel is here: TheOpinionDominion:linuxdelta.c…
 
Gene Amdahl grew up in South Dakota and as with many during the early days of computing went into the Navy during World War II. He got his degree from South Dakota State in 1948 and went on to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for his PhD, where he got the bug for computers in 1952, joining the ranks of IBM that year. At IBM he worked on the icon…
 
Rana discovered application security as a software developer which inspired her interest in web app pentesting. During her studies and journey to prepare for the OSCP certification, Rana started sharing what she learned in blogs and went on to create video learning content for aspiring pentesters and security professionals. _______________________ …
 
This week we’re joined by Gergely Orosz and we’re talking about the insane tech hiring market we’re in right now. Gergely was on the show a year ago talking about growing as a software engineer and his book The Tech Resume Inside Out. Now he’s laser focused on Substack with actionable advice for engineering managers and engineers, with a focus on b…
 
In this episode we chat about programming languages. Specifically, which is best to learn first depending on what part of the "stack" you plan to work within. Each area has a different core language that is most popular. Learning which one to choose, and focus on, is a big step in building your skills fast. The faster you learn the faster you can s…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider upgrades of and migrations between Operating Systems. We may need to consider that the concept of an Operating System has changed and continues to evolve as computer technology matures. In the news, Apple Day told us about new MacBook Pros and AirPods (plus how people apparently aren't actually using Siri), and a …
 
Joe Vest started his journey as an aspiring herbalist, then his focus turned to IT working as a sysadmin. Joe's knack for technology as a sysadmin led him to cybersecurity and then red teaming when the discipline was not very known or practiced. _______________________ Guest Joe Vest On Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/joe-vest/ On Twitter | …
 
DTSS, or The Dartmouth Time Sharing System, began at Dartmouth College in 1963. That was the same year Project MAC started at MIT, which is where we got Multics, which inspired Unix. Both contributed in their own way to the rise of the Time Sharing movement, an era in computing when people logged into computers over teletype devices and ran computi…
 
In this episode we talk about with Linux distribution is best for you. We cover Ubuntu, Manjaro, and the two distros they spun out of. Plus, what I use and why I use it. Click here for the show notes. Don't forget, head over to hackerculture.us and sign up so you never miss and episode. This podcast is ad-free. Support the show at: hackerculture.us…
 
In today’s episode we provide a way to enable your "switch screens" key on your Ubuntu MATE laptop. Episode Time Stamps 00:00 Going Linux #413 · Screen Switching on Ubuntu MATE 03:04 Setting up multiple displays 04:24 Setting up 05:18 Preparing to write the script 06:29 Writing the script 09:09 Assigning the keyboard shortcut 10:53 goinglinux.com, …
 
Today we’re talking to Matt Rickard about his blog post, Reflections on 10,000 Hours of Programming. Matt was clear to mention that these reflections are purely about coding, not career advice or other soft skills. These reflections are just about deliberately writing code for 10,000 hours, which also correlates with the number of hours needed to m…
 
During Louis Nyffenegger's education at a university, he discovered his interest in information security. Louis went on to create a globally popular web app pentesting learning platform used by aspiring pentesters and bug hunters. Louis is passionate about educating and helping others, which is more obvious the more you learn about him. ___________…
 
We talk about a lot of immigrants in this podcast. There’s the Hungarian mathemeticians and scientists that helped usher in the nuclear age and were pivotal in the early days of computing. There are the Germans who found a safe haven in the US following World War II. There are a number of Jewish immigrants who fled persecution, like Jack Tramiel - …
 
How to remove Google from your Android phone is easier than you might expect. What's often holding people back is where to find the right information. In this episode, we talk about how to remove Google services from your Android phone. For most people, LineageOS is the way to go because they have a large list of supported devices. But they also co…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the Leopard that is social media. It is difficult to summarize the myriad ways that social media has materially harmed society despite its great promise. From Orkut to Facebook to Twitter, it's been a destabilizing force. In the (possibly too on-the-nose) news, Facebook had a major global outage today (see our epi…
 
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