Best Mainframe podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Terminal Talk
Monthly+
 
In this podcast, we'll take a look at the people, technology, and culture behind one of the world's most powerful and important computing platforms, the Mainframe. Expect interviews, discussions, and interesting tidbits along the way, with your hosts, Frank and Jeff.
 
Programming Throwdown attempts to educate Computer Scientsts and Software Engineers on a cavalcade of programming and tech topics. Every show covers a new programming language, so listeners will be able to speak intelligently about any programming language. Look for our Podcast in the iTunes Store
 
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Pivotal Podcasts
Weekly
 
Get all of Pivotal's podcasts in one place. Covering cloud-native journeys to smart applications and modern development to team culture, listen to stories, conversations, opinions, and insights from leading technologists about the transformative power of software. Read show notes at https://content.pivotal.io/podcasts.
 
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Below the Fold
Monthly
 
Below The Fold is the most honest and raw digital marketing podcast around. Digital marketers sitting around a table, talking about what they do best.
 
DTV is a Digital Transformation Channel, focused on the current and future technology trends of software development and delivery. DTV interviews industry experts, Fortune 1000 companies, and leading technology providers to give you a 360-degree view of digital transformation.Sponsored by Infostretch
 
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Having "LE" as the episode's subject title has a dual purpose here. Larry England is the kind of guy who can always put things into the right perspective. From languages to compilers to AI and OS, Larry has had a hand in it, and is this episode's guestBy contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Each year, the CF Summit brings together users, customers, and other community members. Dormain gives us a tour of the conference with some highlights. Plus, we cover some recent news and talk about open source foundations.
 
Recorded LIVE at SHARE! Long Time / First Timer Bill Bitner is a go-to when you're dealing with enterprise virtualization. In this episode, he talks about some z/VM concepts, differences between it and other hipervisors, and so much more.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Wendy Piersall is quoted as saying, "Google only loves you when everyone else loves you first." But how do you get everyone else to love you first? That's exactly what we are talking about!! This episode is about SEO. Listen up!
 
In this episode of Pivotal Insights, Stark & Wayne's Dr. Nic Williams discusses why it's important to treat your platform-as-product. The short answer: It results in a more customer-oriented mindset. Listen to the full episode to learn more, including how putting some constraints on developers plays an important role.…
 
Meet Tina Tarquinio and her favorite mainframe, the ZR1. The mainframe has evolved to fit into a standard 19" rack, but there's a whole lot more to it than just hitting it with the shrink ray. Find out all about it on this week's episode.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Do you sell a product? According to Gabe, if you sell a product, it should be on Amazon. This episode focuses on what it takes to get your products sold on Amazon. Seriously, this is a really good episode. Listen up!
 
This week, we talk with James Urquhart who joined Pivotal recently in the CTO group. We talk about some architectural ideas for converting the enterprise over to an event-driven flow, discuss the reasons for doing multi-cloud, and also what kinds of conversations "executives" find helpful. Coté does a great job mangling Pivotal product names. A ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
Cancelled? In this episode, Geoff and Blake finish off Season 2 with tired eyes and heavy hearts, talk about one of the craziest “endings” ever in a kid’s show, and are excited for the unadulterated greatness that awaits them.... Like us on Facebook: @ https://www.facebook.com/GoodMorningMainframe Episode no. 2.10 Written by: Mark Leiren-Young ...…
 
In this episode of Pivotal Insights, Helpful.com's Farhan Thawar* talks about the challenges of building a company from scratch, why it's important to apply smart architectural principals to empower development teams, and why he strives for boring infrastructure.*Editor's note: Helpful.com was acquired by Shopify following the recording of this ...…
 
Does your business have a phone number? Do you know where your inbound leads are coming from? Stop living in the past. We can track that stuff now. Ryan and Stetson specialize in call tracking and analytics. Listen up!
 
Zowe is an important milestone in making the Z platform more accessible and extensible for a new style of enterprise professional. Dan Jast is a new hire who is here to tell us what Zowe brings to the party.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
While they are both big and hulking, unlike the dinosaurs the mainframe still walks among us. In this episode of Pivotal Insights, our own Michael Minella makes the case for mainframe modernization and shares lessons learned from the field.
 
For the first time in the podcasts history, we're talking about programmatic advertising. You know those times when you get creeped out by the ads that seem to follow you around...yup, that's programmatic advertising. Listen up!
 
The data on your Z is only as good as it is secure. Pervasive Encryption has been a hot topic since the Z14 shipped, but there's still a lot of mystery around how it works and what it involves. In this week's episode, we attempt to fix that.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
In this episode of DTV, Applitools CEO Gil Sever speaks with Avery Lyford, chief customer office at Infostretch about the importance of marrying the technological and human aspects of digital transformation together. They also discuss the opportunity cost of not optimizing the entire digital user experience.…
 
Geoff and Blake are back to finish up season 2 of reboot with episode 9 "Trust No One". Which is part 1 of the 2 part finale. In this instalment, Geoff and Blake watch one huge homage to a legendary sci-fi series, are exposed to a creepy and unsettling scene, and prepare themselves for what’s to come... Like us on Facebook: @ https://www.facebo ...…
 
Getting the blinking cursor of kubernetes up and running is only half the job: the other is actually running software in it. While at SpringOne Tour Charlotte, Paul Czarkowski walks Coté through how that's done using the classic Spring Music and Pet store applications. We also discuss burger innovation in Charlotte and the thumb method.…
 
Duke Energy has been working on their software capabilities for some time now. They've recently reached a milestone by opening a brand new innovation center in Charlotte. Coté took a tour of it recently checking out the numerous product teams and their approach to exploring and building strategy, all the way from corporate strategy down to writ ...…
 
This week our guests are Dan Stevenson and Brandon Zaharoff from Shields Health Solutions, a maker of software solutions for the specialty pharmacy industry. Dan and Brandon talk about the challenges of developing and running a specialty pharmacy, how Shields' software helps ensure patients are taking their medications as directed, and how and ...…
 
Bob Burg says the single greatest "people skill" is a highly developed & authentic interest in the *other* person. Yup. Our guest this week is Nina Bullock. She LOVES networking...a lot. Like, it's her "people skill." You'll quickly figure out that she has figured it out. Listen up!
 
It's time for the Full Nelson... Mark Nelson, that is. At the request of our dear listener, we've got Mark in the studio to talk about your favorite facility from a practical standpoint. Asides and tangents aside, lots to learn from Mark in here. Enjoy!By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres had a chance to sit down with Laura Frank Tacho, director of engineering at CloudBees, a long-time partner of Infostretch. Leila and Laura discussed the state of digital transformation and how CloudBees and its clients see it more as an ongoing journey of continuous improvement and evolution rather than an initiat ...…
 
Few organizations have or rely on as much software the US Air Force. There's plenty of it around and, thus, plenty to be improved. In recent years, one of the more spectacular digital transformation stories has come from the USAF's work modernizing their Air Operations Control software. In this episode, USAF's Bryon Kroger goes over how they've ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
Steve Pearson walks through best practices when managing your online reviews. We also discuss the best ways of responding to customers, whether that is through those same reviews or through social media.
 
Words used in this episode include: blockchain, cryptocurrency, decentralized messaging system, and many other commonly used English words. If that sounds interesting to you, I invite you to listen. Our guest is Cahlan Sharp. He is known for starting DevMountain, one of the top coding bootcamps in the nation. After selling DevMountain, he start ...…
 
Jump is blowing up. In just 2 years, they are successfully competing with companies like Podium, Hootsuite, and Moz. That's no easy feat. Chad Ingram, Jump CEO, comes prepared with actionable best practices for each of their 3 main business pillars; Ratings and Reviews, Citation Listings, and Social Engagement. Listen up for what may be the bes ...…
 
If you're spending any time doing paid advertising, you'll want to listen to this episode. Zigglio is a behavioral retargeting ad company that gives you access to more accurate audience data. With their Facebook's Accelerator award in their back pocket, it's crazy more people aren't using their platform. Check it out!…
 
Aptive is a huge company that just recently started doing digital marketing. What's it like building out a new team in a company worth hundred's of millions? That's what we wanted to know.
 
The summer break is over, Season 5 is in full swing! We decided to start the season off with a reunion show. We brought back the original cast to talk through the days when we first started. Welcome back Nate and Paxton! The episode goes back to the beginning with clips from our earliest episodes. We also play a quick game of digital marketing ...…
 
With a storied history on the platform, Scott Fagan has a unique perspective into how Open Source earned its place on Z. Plus, learn about the Mellon Mods, Dev Ops, what an ISV does, and what the industry is looking for in 2019.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
This week, Pivotal's Mik Freedman and Joey Sabani, both members of the Agile Practice Leadership Enablement team, join Jeff and Dormain to talk about Pivotal's joint work with Accenture, the global consulting firm. This includes collaboration in Accenture's Innovation Hub in Columbus, Ohio, where Pivotal and Accenture work side-by-side with cli ...…
 
In this edition of DTV, Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres speaks with DevOps advocate Derek Weeks about the fast-growing role of Open Source in enterprise DevOps efforts. They also discuss some of the potentially overlooked implications of that growth – from increased automation and faster cycle time to important new security and compliance consid ...…
 
Infostretch CMO Leila Modarres sat down with North American DevOps Group founder Jim Shilts for a wide-ranging discussion about some of the common misconceptions about DevOps, the impact of organizational culture on the success of DevOps initiatives, and the interdependencies between DevOps and digital transformation. Leila and Jim cover that a ...…
 
In this wide-ranging discussion, Infostretch chief customer officer Avery Lyford speaks with best-selling author Geoffrey Moore about the fundamental drivers behind digital transformation, the “connective tissue” in enterprises that makes it possible, and the importance of infusing an organization’s mission and “reason for being” into its digit ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
Terminal Talk Tippity Top Tier Subscriber Ray Mullins is an expert on mainframe programming languages. On this episode, we talk about all that, plus what it means to be an ISV, Metal C, and the Principle of Least Astonishment.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Nora Borsare is new to the mainframe, but it's safe to say she's one of us. Check out a relatively new-to-the-mainframe engineer's insights on the platform and what she's busy working on.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
How's your year go? Pretty good? Well, regardless, it's almost over, so that means it's time for some predictions! Before Richard and Coté go over some hopes and dreams for 2019, they review some 2018 predictions. Some didn't work out at all, some were exactly correct, but, as always, most of them were in the ballpark.Also, the mystery of why w ...…
 
In this week's episode of Pivotal Conversations, Dormain and Jeff chat with Greg Meyer, a distinguished engineer at Cerner, a maker of healthcare software. Greg talks about a new specification he helped develop to achieve interoperability and easier data movement between healthcare systems. He also explains how the company is modernizing its de ...…
 
We had Ed on the show to talk about SMF, Allocation, and Scheduler, but as you can tell, this conversation went off in several different directions. Come hear what a relatively new-hire mainframer is excited about on an all-new episode of Terminal Talk.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
Flexible software usually means well modularized software. Instead of one big ball of code, you want to create components that work together. Dividing up your application into those components has always been a bugbear of design and it's what domain-driven design (DDD) is trying to solve. In this episode, Coté talks with Jakub Pilimon to figure ...…
 
By ProgrammingThrowdown@gmail.com (Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci).
 
If someone tells you they have the secret to a fast, seamless digital transformation for your enterprise, don't believe them, says Jeff Dickey. The reality, says Dickey, Chief Innovation Officer at Redapt, is that there is no Easy Button, as much as we wish there were. So should enterprises think about transitioning from legacy infrastructure a ...…
 
Few operating systems are so widely used, yet so unknown as z/TPF. The secret hero of many large retailers, hotel chains, credit card companies, and transportation providers. Listen to Mark Gambino explain how z/TPF does what it does so well.By contact@terminaltalk.net (Frank and Jeff).
 
There's few tasks harder than refactoring a large organization, but that's exactly what we're asking management to do in all this digital transformation hoopla. Existing organizations are tremendously conflicted and tied up in competing incentives already, and then when you try to shift to a product team driven approach, things go even more hay ...…
 
Sauce Labs and Infostretch have collaborated for several years helping enterprise delivery teams achieve high-speed, continuous testing for their web and mobile apps. In this installment of DTV, Sauce Labs’ CEO Charles Ramsey discusses the growing strategic importance of testing and automation in digital environments, and the agility and flexib ...…
 
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