Best Computing podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely host this award-winning weekly podcast to discuss the technology and organizational changes that are driving the convergence of today's Data Centers and Cloud Computing. Topics include Cloud Computing | AWS | Azure | GCP | Serverless | DevOps | AppDev | SaaS | IoT. Guests are industry thought-leaders and leaders of companies changing the IT industry.
 
Retro Computing Roundtable
 
meet the meQuanics is a regular podcast discussing the developments in quantum technologies. Targeted at the lay person, we will discuss the state of the art research in quantum enabled technologies with experts worldwide.
 
UNTETHER.tv is the most comprehensive look into the back rooms and boardrooms of the most innovative mobile and pervasive computing companies and experts on the planet. Each episode helps you bring mobile into your business with the goal of increasing revenue.
 
Covering Virtualization and Cloud Computing News, How-To, Events, and Interviews
 
Vintage computing Podcast for all types of retrocomputers
 
GeekNights Mondays is the weekly sci/tech segment of GeekNights, featuring science, technology, computing, and more. We talk Linux, Windows, gadgets, you name it.
 
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Hannah Fry looks back at 75 years of computing history to reveal the UK's lead role in developing the technologies we rely on today
 
The Cloud Busters talk about Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Computing
 
"Virtualization Verbalization" is podcast show created so you can listen to the virtualization, cloud computing, Citrix, VMware, and Microsoft related commentary and analysis found on DABCC.com while you are on the go, in your car and/or anywhere you don't have access to sit down and read the content online.
 
Mrs. Ruiz's middle school students created old time spooky radio broadcasts.
 
Security and Forensic Computing module from Edinburgh Napier University
 
Through the IEEE Rebooting Computing Podcasts, we provide listeners with access to some of the top computing industry professionals -- from innovators to professors (and the combination of both). Our coverage includes discussions on quantum computing, neuromorphic computing, relevant events, industry trends, and so much more. We provide you with access to the industry's best of the best.
 
The most innovative companies want to tell you something
 
Video guides to designing, architecting, building and managing high performance computing with the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud: http://aws.amazon.com/ec2
 
Covering Virtualization and Cloud Computing News, VMware vSphere How-To, Events, and Interviews
 
IEEE Cloud Computing podcasts
 
The End User Computing Podcast (www.eucpodcast.com) is a community driven podcast for IT Professionals. The content covered on the EUC Podcast is primarily geared toward community support and enablement for application, desktop, and server virtualization technologies. Comments and community interactions are strongly encouraged to keep the authors honest and non-biased toward the vendors and technologies being covered. While the EUC Podcast is an independent community driven podcast, SME’s ve ...
 
Podcast series on cloud computing by James Urquhart and Geva Perry
 
SOFT6007 Web Development Fundamentals. Lecturer: Colin Manning. This course is being taken by Stage 1 students. The course covers primarily HTML, with introductions to CSS and JavaScript
 
The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is accelerating delivery of a capable exascale computing ecosystem to provide breakthrough solutions that will address America's most critical challenges in scientific discovery, energy assurance, economic competitiveness, and national security. Let’s Talk Exascale explores Application Development, Software Technology, and Hardware and Integration—focus areas of the ECP.
 
An irreverent podcast demystifying current developments in quantum computing for a curious but confused general audience. Presenters Jim & Stu quiz luminaries in the field and attempt to find the answer to questions such as:• WTF is a quantum computer and how do you build one?• How do you program one and will they run games in parallel universes?• When will we get our self-aware, matter-manipulating quantum phones?
 
I’m John. I’m a software engineer living in Bangalore, India. I am a fan of technology, cloud, and cloud computing. I’m also interested in Hybrid Cloud. You can visit my website with a click on the button above.
 
The Podcast for Advanced Computing Topics features discussions with leaders in the computer industry and academia. The focus is on the technical aspects of working with computers, and the aim is not to shy away from advanced content.
 
This class covers basic research methods and current research trends in Human–Computer Interaction. We use a mix of recent book chapters and papers from conferences and journals of the last few years to give you an idea of how HCI research is conducted, and of the hot topics that are being worked on in the international research community. Examples from past years include interactive surfaces, tangible user interfaces, human computation, gestural input, interactive textiles, augmented real ...
 
Short overviews of a range of topics in Computer science A-level
 
Grady Booch reads his IEEE Software column On Computing, discussing the impact of computing on humanity.
 
The Data Center Insiders podcast is hosted by Simon Seagrave, and brings you the latest technology and people that are transforming IT from the datacenter to the Cloud! This includes the areas of Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Servers, Storage, Backup & Recovery. VMware & EMC products & solutions are also often covered. So check out an episode and subscribe today – it’s great to have you along!
 
Computing Now's News Podcast covers the most important and interesting topics from industry and research.
 
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The End User Computing Podcast (www.eucpodcast.com) is a community driven podcast for IT Professionals. The content covered on the EUC Podcast is primarily geared toward community support and enablement for application, desktop, and server virtualization technologies. Comments and community interactions are strongly encouraged to keep the authors honest and non-biased toward the vendors and technologies being covered. While the EUC Podcast is an independent community driven podcast, SME’s ve ...
 
ACM Future of Computing Academy
 
UNTETHER.tv is the most comprehensive look into the back rooms and boardrooms of the most innovative mobile and pervasive computing companies and experts on the planet. Each episode helps you bring mobile into your business with the goal of increasing revenue.
 
Christopher Strachey (1916–1975) was a pioneering computer scientist and the founder of the Programming Research Group, now part of the Department of Computer Science at Oxford University. Although Strachey was keenly interested in the practical aspects of computing, it is in the theoretical side that he most indelibly left his mark, notably by creating with Dana Scott the denotational (or as he called it, ‘mathematical’) approach to defining the semantics of programming languages. Strachey ...
 
The Cloud Slam conference is the world's premier cloud computing event, covering technology, business models, industry experiences, legal aspects, research, development and innovations in the world of cloud computing. This podcast contains audio tracks of all conference sessions and panels, in MP3 format.
 
A blog about the world around us.
 
Podcast by Friend Software Labs
 
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Computing Up
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Conversations about computation writ large, with Michael Littman and Dave Ackley.
 
The Lab for Social Computing at the RIT Libraries regularly invites notable speakers to give talks on campus. These talks are recorded and made available to the general public after the event.
 
Answers to everyday computer issues in an easy to understand format.
 
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Computing Podcast
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Business technology news and analysis of the latest IT issues from Computing, the UK's leading IT newspaper
 
Databases Revision for pupils revising Standard Grade Computing. This annotated powerpoint, covers Foundation General Level.
 
Nick Trefethen FRS, Professor of Numerical Analysis at Oxford University, teaches a course for DPhil (PhD) students across all the science departments at the university. The course is distinctive for its exceptionally strong conceptual basis, focussing on fundamental ideas of numerical algorithms and the world of science and engineering they sustain. Historical and philosophical notes on many subjects make these lectures unusual, offering deeper understanding and new perspectives for anyone ...
 
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Tonight on GeekNights, back from our talk at PAX West 2018, we're talking about the coming EU copyright directive that may impact you. In the news, Apple Day was typical (though the new watch is pretty nice), the EU is killing Daylight Saving Time, "fake plays" are messing up the music charts (though this is nothing new in Korea), and Linus apo ...…
 
Today in a very gracious manner, Dr. Nana Liu from Singapore has taken over hosting duties for the podcast. While in Berlin, she caught up with Rod Van Meter who was a previous guest early on in the podcast. Rod has recently been appointed vice chair of the Keio university quantum computing centre, which is one of the hubs for the IBMQ network. ...…
 
This is the annual group "megapodcast" recorded at KansasFest, from July 2018. The event draws quite a few podcasters, so we all sit in a room and talk for an hour. This year's podcast involves surprisingly little discussion of the KansasFest event itself (which is an annual gathering of Apple II enthusiasts, along with some others, for almost ...…
 
Episode Notes: As the need to support hardware accelerators grows, ECP’s Software for Linear Algebra Targeting Exascale (SLATE) project is developing a replacement for the Scalable Linear Algebra PACKage (ScaLAPACK) library, the industry standard for dense linear algebra operations.Story on ECP’s website: www.exascaleproject.org/converging-an…b ...…
 
In a joint show between The Cloudcast and PodCTL, Brian and Tyler Britten talk with John Morello (@morellonet, CTO at @TwistlockTeam) about how Service Mesh technologies, such as Istio, can be used for more advanced security of containerized applications and Kubernetes environments. Show Links: Twistlock Website Securing Istio and Kubernetes Ma ...…
 
In June 2017, Blueyard capital and Google Quantum AI hosted an event in Munich, Germany for a discussion amongst investors, corporations, start-ups and academics regarding the current state and future of quantum computing. During this day long event there were several panel discussions on various aspects of quantum computing. Blueyard has graci ...…
 
Wendy Nilsen is Program Director for the Smart and Connected Health program, a partnership between the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation. She shares what interdisciplinary research looks like from the funding agency perspective, and explains her role as a program officer. We also discuss the Mobile Health Trainin ...…
 
Episode Notes: Leadership, collaboration, key exascale challenges, and performance measurement are among the topics discussed with ECP Director Doug Kothe.More on the discussion: https://www.exascaleproject.org/a-discussion-with-ecps-director-august-2018/
 
Brian talks with Bridget Lane (@bridgetnomnom; Software Developer, Gannett & USA TODAY) about how USA Today | Gannett has transformed their internal teams over the past 3 years to be more agile and able to deliver software faster to support 100s of publications. We also discuss career evolution and advice to anyone wanting to quickly advance th ...…
 
Dave and Michael talk about achieving immortality by 'uploading' yourself into a computer. (Note: There's also this book.) [Episode thumbnail based on public domain image.]
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: On this week’s Conversations in the Cloud, James Senicka, director of technical marketing at VMware, joins to discuss VMware’s longstanding innovations in the data center, specifically the software-defined data center that encompasses server, storage, and network virtualization with worklo ...…
 
Brian talks with Joe Kinsella (@joekinsella, Founder and CTO of @CloudHealthTech) about public cloud evolution, and how customers are viewing multi-cloud (or hybrid-cloud) as their planned architecture, and how well they are able to manage costs across multiple cloud environments. Show Links: CloudHealth Website CloudHealth acquired by VMware ( ...…
 
Panelists: Michael Mulhern (hosting), Earl Evans, Paul Hagstrom, and Jack Nutting Topic: Museum, private collector, or hoarder? So, are you a museum, a private collector, or a hoarder? Really? Topic and feedback notes: Australian Computer Museum Society collections faces bulldozers Australian Computer Museum Society - Last days of the Villawood ...…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: In this episode of Conversations in the Cloud, Dominic Daninger, VP of Engineering at Nor-Tech, joins us to talk about the work that Nor-Tech has done on the Intel Select Solution for Simulation and Modeling. Dominic explains that the Intel Select Solution for Simulation and Modeling consi ...…
 
Brian talks with Dr. Bruce Davie (@_drbruced, VP & CTO, VMware Asia Pacific & Japan) about differences in APAC markets, what drove large-scale adoption of new technologies, how to rethink scaling new innovation, the variety across APAC and how to be constantly learning to grow your career. Show Links: FutureNet Podcast Bruce’s CTO Blog Bruce Da ...…
 
Episode 22: The ExaSMR project is advancing modeling and simulation to ensure small modular nuclear reactors will be safe, reliable, and economical. Guest: Steven Hamilton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.ExaSMR Project Highlight: https://www.exascaleproject.org/project-highlight-exasmr/
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the demise of Twitter APIs necessary for third party apps to work as intended, signaling the potential (perhaps inevitable) demise of all third-party apps as Twitter desperately tries to monetize itself. In similarly bleak news, Netflix is experimenting with ads, and Twitch Prime drops ad-free viewing. In some ...…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: On this episode of Conversations in the Cloud, we’re joined by Greg Kettmann, Senior Product Manager at Lenovo, to discuss the company’s product line ThinkAgile SX for Microsoft Azure Stack (SXM). The integrated rackscale solution features a hyper-covered infrastructure built on Intel Xeon ...…
 
I'm very pleased that today we have on William Hurley (whurley), the CEO of a new quantum startup called Strangeworks and notable quantum book author. We had a great chat today about the newly forming quantum industry and whurleys take on in coming from a non-quantum (but a heavy startup) background.Check out strangeworkshttp://www.strangeworks ...…
 
Brian talks with Joseph Jacks (@asynchio, advisor to CNCF, creator of KubeCon, co-Founder Kismatic, Entrepreneur) about different ways to view OSS business models, and how he's been tracking commercial OSS companies through his COSSCI Index. Show Links: Open Consensus - Data Driven Perspectives on Open Source Software $100M+ Revenue - Commercia ...…
 
The Sinclair ZX80 and ZX81 Welcome to the Floppy Days Podcast with myself, Randy Kindig, and a whole host of vintage computers surrounding me, each one wanting their time in the limelight. This will be part 2 of the 2-part series on the Sinclair ZX80 & 81 computer line. Once again, I will have one of the grand-daddy’s of vintage computer podcas ...…
 
In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: We’re joined on this episode of Conversations in the Cloud by Andy Leiserson, Chief Architect at Fortanix. Andy outlines the company’s belief in deterministic security and the need to protect data while it’s in use, in addition to the traditionally protected data at rest and in transit. Fo ...…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the humble keyboard shortcut. We've previously talked about FPS keybindings and keyboards themselves. In the news, Growing Up Jobs, Microsoft dips into Windows as a managed service, Google employees resist unethical work for the second time in recent memory, and MAGFest announced dates GOGOGO! Also don't forge ...…
 
Aaron talks with Ray Watson (@RayRedacted, VP of Global Technology, Masergy) about a wide range of emerging technology topics, including NFV, SDN, IoT, Hybrid Networking and Managed Security. They also explore the evolution of Hacking. Show Links: Massergy Homepage Ray at Black Hat - ”BlackHat 2017: 5 Generations of Hacking” [PODCAST] @PodCTL - ...…
 
God exists in a perfectly real sense that is sure to please almost no one.
 
In episode 312, Douglas Brown interviews Lee Bushen, Partner Enablement Manager at StorMagic and Chris Edwards, Technical Marketing Lead for Citrix Ready. Lee, Chris, and Douglas discuss the StorMagic’s SvSAN edge appliance for Citrix Cloud Services. Lee dives into how it works, the problems they solve, why we should care and much more. Downloa ...…
 
Panelists: Paul Hagstrom (hosting), Jack Nutting, and Carrington Vanston Topic: What we've done on our summer vacations This time we talk a bit about what we saw on our various recent excursions, primarily KansasFest, also a little bit more from the college reunion that was the backdrop for episode 174. Topic and feedback notes: KansasFest YouT ...…
 
Brian talks with Devesh Garg (Co-Founder/CEO of @arrcusinc) about the launch of Arrcus, the evolution of data networking and variations in market segments, and what makes ArcOS unique in a world of network operating systems. Show Links: Arrcus Webpage Arrcus raises $15M in VC Funding [PODCAST] @PodCTL - Containers | Kubernetes | OpenShift - RSS ...…
 
Relatively new within ECP, the Flexible Computational Science Infrastructure (FleCSI) project provides a framework to support multiphysics application development. Guest: Ben Bergen, Los Alamos National Laboratory.Edited Transcript: https://www.exascaleproject.org/the-flexible-computational-science-infrastructure-flecsi-project-supporting-multi ...…
 
In episode 311, Douglas Brown interviews Jeff Kalberg, Technology Evangelist at IGEL Technology. Jeff and Douglas discuss dive deep into the world of secure end-points, aka Thin Clients. Jeff does a fantastic job detailing his views on today’s EUC market and how the end-point has changed over the years, why today, more than ever, a secure end-p ...…
 
From July 16th to 20th 2018 at the University of Technology, Sydney the centre Quantum Software and Information hosted the 13th Annual conference on the theory of quantum computation, communication and cryptography (TQC) and the 1st international workshop on quantum software and quantum machine learning (QSML). On the last night of TQC an indus ...…
 
Aaron talks with Farah Papaioannou & Kilton Hopkins (@kiltonhopkins), co-founders at @EdgeWorxIO, about the evolving architecture of edge computing and some of the common misconceptions, where and how to store, run, and transport data while being mindful to security. Show Links: Edgeworx Website Stacey Higginbotham's Article on IoT Edge Archite ...…
 
In episode 310, Douglas Brown interviews Jared Cowart is the technical product manager for virtual GPU software solutions at NVIDIA and Sagnik Datta, Technical Marketing Specialist at Citrix Ready. Together we discuss the what NVIDIA means for Citrix, EUC. Jared explains why they we need a GPU, how it works, why we should care, a bit about AI a ...…
 
Aaron and Brian talk about some of the behind the scenes details on product launches - both new products and on-going updates. Show Links: [PODCAST] @PodCTL - Containers | Kubernetes | OpenShift - RSS Feed, iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn and all your favorite podcast players [A CLOUD GURU] Get The Cloudcast Alexa Skill [A CLOUD GURU] A C ...…
 
I'm pleased today to have Dr. Dominic Horsman from the University of Grenoble with me today to chat about his evolution from the study of quantum foundations to practical, large-scale quantum computing. Check out Dominics homepagehttps://quantum.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr/fostering-the-ecosystem/our-chairs-of-excellence/quantum-computing/horsman-do ...…
 
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