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Best Distributed Computing podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Distributed Computing podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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.
 
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.
 
The 2112 Group's CEO and Chief Analyst Larry Walsh, one of the most recognizable figures in the IT channel community, leads thought-provoking discussions with expert guests on a wide range of technology and business topics including: cloud computing, information security, business analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and much more.
 
Intel Chip Chat is a recurring podcast series focused on Intel technologies that brings you news, information and interviews from the chipmakers themselves. Hosted by Intel employee Allyson Klein since 2007, past topics have included microarchitecture and silicon innovation, accelerators, virtualization technology, storage, interconnect technologies, mobility, data center technologies, energy-efficient performance and design, cloud computing, Intel research and upcoming technologies. Each in ...
 
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 ...
 
Connected Social Media works with the world's most innovative companies to tell the stories behind their press releases and their products. Whether you're a blogger, a journalist, an investor or an engaged consumer, you'll get valuable insights and information from the people behind the people behind the projects that drive modern life - everything from microchips to microfinance, from wifi to disaster recovery. Brilliant, hard-working and dedicated executives, engineers, analysts and entrep ...
 
Explore the intersection between software and mathematics. Michael L Perry takes you on a journey through the history of computing, information theory, cryptography, distributed systems, and everywhere else that math has influenced technology. Not only will you dive into math papers, but you'll also learn valuable programming techniques that you can apply in any language. Code Erat Demonstrandum
 
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 ...
 
FLI catalyzes and supports research and initiatives for safeguarding life and developing optimistic visions of the future, including positive ways for humanity to steer its own course considering new technologies and challenges. Among our objectives is to inspire discussion and a sharing of ideas. As such, we interview researchers and thought leaders who we believe will help spur discussion within our community. The interviews do not necessarily represent FLI’s opinions or views.
 
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 ...
 
During the past 50 years there has been extensive, continuous, and increasing interaction between logic and computer science. In many respects, logic provides computer science with both a unifying foundational framework and a modelling tool. Indeed, logic has rightly been called 'the calculus of computer science," playing a crucial role in such diverse areas as artificial intelligence, computational complexity, distributed computing, database systems, hardware design, programming languages, ...
 
Join Zach DeWitt as we highlight the best emerging projects in crypto through unbiased and exclusive interviews with blockchain technology founders. Token Talks intends to make the cryptocurrency ecosystem more accessible by connecting thought leaders and entrepreneurs with mainstream companies, consumers, and investors. This podcast is produced by Wing Venture Capital (aka “Wing”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every month and discussions includ ...
 
The Remoter Podcast covers anything and everything you need to know in order to successfully build and scale a remote-first team. Season 1 is hosted by Andrés Cajiao, Chief Growth Officer of Torre, and Josephine Tse, Remoter Ambassador of the Remoter Project. Season 2 is hosted by Josephine Tse.
 
Hear experts explain computer science and programming concepts. CoRecursive is a high quality, concise, and beloved software engineering interview podcast. Learn about programming languages, coding career advice and interviews about open source community tech news. Host Adam Gordon Bell brings in experts to talk about type theory, web development, learning to code, dev ops and much more. Some episodes touch on the topics of cloud development, machine learning and big data. Adam, the host is ...
 
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 ...
 
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Welcome to our 3nd episode. This is the second part of a two part series where we walk through a stateful distributed system. Join us as we take apart the famous Apache Kafka so as to look under the hood and understand more of the amazing engineering and computer science that has gone into building it. In this part we’ll talk about Apache Zookeeper…
 
Intel Chip Chat – Network Insights audio podcast with Allyson Klein: The cloudification of the network started with the introduction of SDN and NFV architectures in Telco networks and the network cloud is getting further distributed to the edge with the advancement in Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) technologies. This represents tremendous opport…
 
CEO of Open Orchard, Ex Head of Communications & Advocacy at Steemit Andrew Levine joins Utsav Jaiswal to discuss whither blockchain, what inspired Andrew and his team at Open Orchard to start their project on launching new Blockchain Koinos, the driving philosophy as well as the underlying technology. Andrew talks about the differences between Bit…
 
In this episode of CyberWire-X, Rick Howard, the CyberWire’s Chief Analyst, interviews security thought leaders on the strategy and tactics to extend the security controls we’ve typically used to protect our handful of remote employees in the past to today, during the pandemic, that requires us to deploy flexible but equivalent controls at scale to…
 
NSA warns that the GRU’s Sandworm outfit has been actively exploiting a known vulnerability in Exim. Someone is attacking industrial targets in Japan and Europe using steganography and other evasive tactics. NTT Communications is breached, and Michigan State University sustains a ransomware attack. Ben Yelin unpacks the President’s executive order …
 
Recorded on 01/20 in Galway, Ireland, at Portershed. Founder of Operate Remote Shauna Moran was a really accommodating companion when Remoter first arrived in Galway. Operate Remote offers consultancy and coaching practices, helping remote/distributed teams with engagement, performance, communication, and overall effectiveness with emotional intell…
 
What just happened to the internet!? Did our President just sign an executive order that forces social media platforms to be his personal mega phone? Hacker Noon CPO Dane Lyons and CEO David Smooke discuss the possible implications on 45's attempt to change internet law. Some sources discussed in this episode: Section 230 of the Communications Dece…
 
Hackers-for-hire find criminal work during the pandemic. The US Department of Energy is said to have taken possession of a Chinese-manufactured transformer. US President Trump may be considering an Executive Order about the legal status of social media. Contact-tracing apps in France and the UK are scrutinized for privacy. Ben Yelin from with the l…
 
In this inaugural post-interview chat, Friederike and Sebastien discuss their recent interview with Arweave Co-founder and CEO, Sam Williams. Moving forward, these conversations will be released every week on Substack. Subscribe to never miss an episode at https://epicenter.rocks/substackBy Sebastien Couture, Friederike Ernst
 
In This Episode: The gang of five is back — prepping for space launch, playing with greenscreens, hankering over new cameras and helping archive the digital world. This week the TEH Podcast is hosted by Leo Notenboom, the “Chief Question Answerer” at Ask Leo!, and Gary Rosenzweig, the host and producer of MacMost, and mobile game developer at Cleve…
 
Berserk Bear is back, and snuffling around Germany’s infrastructure. Two new Android issues surface. India opens up the source code for its COVID-19 contact-tracing app as such technological adjuncts to public health continue to arouse privacy concerns. [F]Unicorn poses as Italy’s Immuni app. An alleged FIN7 gangster is arrested. Australia’s Data61…
 
Existing math kernel libraries have lacked portability across heterogeneous platforms—until now. A unifying programming model—and availability of standard library interfaces—enables development of performance-portable libraries among diverse hardware architectures. In this episode, Julia Sukharina, Senior Engineering Manager at Intel, and Mehdi Gol…
 
Existing math kernel libraries have lacked portability across heterogeneous platforms—until now. A unifying programming model—and availability of standard library interfaces—enables development of performance-portable libraries among diverse hardware architectures. In this episode, Julia Sukharina, Senior Engineering Manager at Intel, and Mehdi Gol…
 
Dr. Siddhartha Sen is a Principal Researcher in MSR’s New York City lab, and his research interests are, if not impossible, at least impossible sounding: optimal decision making, universal data structures, and verifiably safe AI. Today, he tells us how he’s using reinforcement learning and HAIbrid algorithms to tap the best of both human and machin…
 
Recorded on 01/20 in Toronto, Canada at Ryerson University’s Sheldon & Tracy Levy Student Learning Centre. Director of People & Operations Mari Moreshead and Communications Manager Victoria Heath spent some time with Remoter to talk about Creative Commons’ dedication to remote work since they’ve transitioned to fully remote 5 years ago. Creative Co…
 
Welcome to our 2nd episode. This is the first part of a two part series where we walk through a stateful distributed system. Join us as we take apart the famous Apache Kafka so as to look under the hood and understand more of the amazing engineering and computer science that has gone into building it. We’ll touch upon consensus algorithms, guarante…
 
Turla tunes its tools. The commodity Trojan AnarchyGrabber is now stealing passwords. A new iOS jailbreak has been released. The UK reconsiders its decision to allow Huawei into its 5G networks. A tech group lobbies the US House against warrantless inspection of searches. Remote work’s regulatory risk. COVID-19 conspiracy theories. Hackers say they…
 
The internet was originally created as a platform to communicate freely, but it soon became a place where people could be monitored, controlled, and censored. 98% of content on the internet is deleted every 20 years. More surprisingly, based on a Twitter study, a third of links change their content fundamentally or are removed completely, within th…
 
Summary Dependency management in Python has taken a long and winding path, which has led to the current dominance of Pip. One of the remaining shortcomings is the lack of a robust mechanism for resolving the package and version constraints that are necessary to produce a working system. Thankfully, the Python Software Foundation has funded an effor…
 
In a preview of her Personal Financial Planning column in the summer 2020 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Laurie A. Siebert, CPA, discusses changes to required minimum distribution rules as a result of two important pieces of legislation: the SECURE Act and the coronavirus response CARES Act. She goes in-depth on how the changes will affect advice to cli…
 
Recorded on 12/19 in CDMX, Mexico, at Colmena Creativa. CEO of HelloGuru Felipe Abello met up with Remoter and helped kickstart season 2 of the Remoter Podcast. HelloGuru is a no-code academy- an online university teaching people alternative solutions to build products without the need of learning how to code. Being a remote-first company has allow…
 
This is the first episode of the Computing Podcast. There's massive innovation happening in all layers of the modern application. Starting from cloud substrates all the way to the edges like your browser or an IoT device. Today we begin by talking about the fourth wave of distributed systems. Going from NoSQL to NewSQL. Follow us on Twitter @dosco …
 
In December 2019, the GOLD VILLAGE threat group that operates the Maze ransomware created a public website to name and shame victims. The threat actors used the website to dump data they exfiltrated from victims' networks before they deployed the ransomware. Secureworks Counter Threat Unit (CTU) researchers have observed several ransomware operator…
 
Indonesia’s election database has leaked, and PII is for sale in the dark web. Phishing campaigns abuse Firebase. The Shiny Hunters are selling Mathway user records. US agencies warn of COVID-19-themed criminal campaigns. Contact tracing technology hits a rough patch. Johannes Ullrich from SANS on phishing PDFs with incremental updates. Our guest i…
 
Today, half of the internet is built on top of Amazon S3. Although the cloud has allowed Internet applications to scale, centralized infrastructure means less control over one's own data. And when it goes down, so does half of the internet. Sia CEO David Vorick is back on the podcast to talk about a new product recently released by their team: Skyn…
 
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