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Best Mathematica podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Mathematica podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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A podcast hosted by Mathematica’s J.B. Wogan that examines what we know about today’s most urgent challenges and how we can make progress in addressing them. Reimagining the way the world gathers and uses data, Mathematica uncovers the evidence that offers our partners the confidence and clarity they need to find out what can be done, how to make it happen, and where to go next.
 
Stephen Wolfram is the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alpha and the Wolfram Language; the author of A New Kind of Science; and the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research. Over the course of nearly four decades, he has been a pioneer in the development and application of computational thinking—and has been responsible for many discoveries, inventions and innovations in science, technology and business. On his podcast, Stephen discusses topics ranging from the history of science to the future of ...
 
A weekly podcast to help you navigate your Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematica careers with utmost confidence! A show where you’ll learn strategize, tools and advice from expert guests and your lovely host Prasha S Dutra about how to believe in your brilliance & conquer the world of male dominated careers. Learn how to live a well rounded life in STEM & beyond!
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Every 10 days, a new episode is published that covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode com ...
 
Bertrand Russell wrote 'Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy' while imprisoned for protesting Britain's involvement in World War I. Russell summarizes the significance of the momentous work of mathematicians in the late nineteenth-century. He further describes his own philosophy of mathematics, Logicism (the view that all mathematical truths are logical truths), and his earlier, influential work solving the paradoxes that plagued mathematical foundations, which crystallized after ten year ...
 
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As Americans continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s clear that one key ingredient in managing the spread of the novel coronavirus is contact tracing, a longstanding disease control measure employed by state and local health department personnel. In response to COVID-19, states and localities are rapidly deploying contact-tracing progr…
 
Sara Leen of XSEED Games discusses localizing, porting, and modernizing Japanese games with Jeremy Jung. They discuss what makes games different, learning a codebase, extracting/replacing text, text encoding, replacing art assets, rewriting games, and reverse engineering them. Related Links Personal Website Corpse Party PC Programming Trails in the…
 
Stephen Wolfram answers audience questions about physics and astronomy as part of an ongoing livestream Q&A series for kids (and others). Questions include: How do windmills generate energy? - Why can't we see all light? - Why does space never end? - How did earth evolve? - What is heat? - Do magnets work in space? See the full Q&A video playlist o…
 
Joe Kutner, Software Architect for Heroku at Salesforce.com, discusses the twelve-factor app. The twelve-factor app is a methodology that aids development of modern apps that are portable, scalable, and maintainable. Host Kanchan Shringi spoke with Kutner about the origin of these principles; their continued and growing importance with advances in …
 
On this episode of On the Evidence, we discuss life coaching, a violence reduction strategy being used by the city of Oakland, California, to help young people who have been involved with the juvenile justice system. Mathematica studied youth life coaching as part of a larger evaluation of Oakland Unite, a city initiative that supports community-ba…
 
Happy Mother's Day to all the amazing mothers around the world! In this mother's day special episode, you will learn how Neta Meidav’s tech-startup Vault Platform is fighting workplace discrimination against minorities especially during COVID-19 and why we need to also bust the myth around being a supermom. The truth is it's not realistic to have i…
 
I am sure you avoid tasks once in a while. I am sure you stress over deadlines because you avoided the said task. I am also sure that you want to make progress on your biggest goals and procrastination is a roadblock in the way. To help you remove this roadblock here are 3 simple rules to help you overcome procrastination and make progress towards …
 
Mike McCourt of Invoca discusses how to automatically process and analysis voice data to classify it using machine learning. Felienne spoke with McCourt about the difficulties in processing audio of different qualities, in different languages and the applicability of different types of machine learning to voice data. Related Links Kaldi Mozilla Dee…
 
It’s increasingly clear that although the novel 2019 coronavirus does not discriminate in who it infects, it does harm some groups of people more than others. The emerging evidence suggests that people who are Black, are 65 and older, or have certain conditions, such as diabetes or hypertension, are more likely to become severely ill from COVID-19.…
 
Sherry Kelley Marshall, President & CEO of the SWORWIB, is joined by OhioMeansJobs Center Director Kevin Holt and Leah Winkler, Workforce Development Specialist for the State of Ohio, as they discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the workforce system and the economy as a whole. Discover the innovation that is happening in the midst of the …
 
Ever wondered how million-dollar ideas are built? Ever felt overwhelmed how many ideas you get every day? Ever wondered how to go from a dreamer to a founder? If yes, our guest Arjita Sethi is here to answer all those questions and more. Arjita is a serial entrepreneur and founder of not one but 3 startups. She has raised capital for her companies …
 
Juval Löwy, Software Legend and Founder of IDesign discusses his recently published book, Righting Software, with host Jeff Doolittle. This episode focuses on Löwy’s belief that the software industry is in a deep crisis, evident from the numerous projects that fail to deliver on time, on budget and on quality. He discusses his belief that […]…
 
My international STEM story started with a flight from Bombay to Dallas in 2012. Since then, I have built a successful career in STEM. But being an international student and an immigrant wasn't always easy and at the time I wish this episode existed. This episode is dedicated to all the fabulous international students and first-generation immigrant…
 
Torin Sandall of Styra and Open Policy Agent discussed OPA and policy engines and how they can benefit software projects security and compliance. Host Justin Beyer spoke with Sandall about the benefits of removing authorization logic from your applications. Specifically, how OPA can create a single view of all policies across your software stack fo…
 
As schools close in order to contain the spread of COVID-19, some students are in a better position to continue learning from home than others. Even when students aren’t grappling with the fallout of a pandemic, they face disparities in their educational experiences and opportunities due to their differences in family income, differences in racial,…
 
Yevgeniy Brikman, author of Terraform: Up & Running: Writing Infrastructure as Code and co-founder of Gruntwork talks with host Robert Blumen about how to apply best practices from software engineering to the development of infrastructure as code, primarily with Terraform. The discussion covers similarities and differences between conventional soft…
 
In this episode you'll hear from Sherry Kelley Marshall, President and CEO of the SWORWIB, Steve Johns, Planning Services Administrator from Hamilton County Planning and Development and Chandra Yungbluth, Assistant to the Cincinnati City Manager. Discover the process for building a combined Census Advisory Committee (CAC) for the City of Cincinnati…
 
Bert Hubert, author of the open source PowerDNS nameserver discusses DNS security and all aspects of the Domain Name System with its flaws and history. Host Gavin Henry spoke with Hubert about what DNS is, DNS history, DNS attacks, DNS flaws, DNS privacy, DNS Encryption, DNS integrity, how DNS is used against your privacy, how […]…
 
As technology improves organizations’ ability to collect, manage, and analyze data, it’s becoming easier to inform public policy decisions today in a range of areas, from health care to criminal justice, based on estimated risks in the future. On this episode of On the Evidence, I talk with three researchers who work with child welfare agencies in …
 
Karl Hughes of @cfp_land discusses the why and how of public speaking with Felienne. He first explains the four reasons that engineers might have to start public speaking and then shares concrete tips for finding the right conferences to submit to, and writing a good abstract and title. The discussion explores the process of creating […]…
 
Rich Harris, author of the Javascript module bundler Rollup, discusses with SE Radio’s Adam Conrad his Javascript framework Svelte as a high-performance alternative to mainstay frameworks such as React, Angular, and Vue. They begin with a brief overview of Svelte and how it came to be, then dive in on the compiler-as-a-framework concept, briefly di…
 
On this episode of On the Evidence, we check in with Anna Gifty Opoku-Agyeman and Fanta Traore a year after the group they co-founded, the Sadie Collective, held its inaugural conference about, for, and by black women in economics and related fields.Find more information about the Sadie Collective here: https://www.sadiecollective.org/…
 
Jeremy Miller, Senior Software Architect at Calavista Software, compares and contrasts his experiences with waterfall and agile methodologies. Host Jeff Doolittle spoke with Miller about the history of these methodologies and which elements of them Miller has experienced as either detrimental or useful. Variations on Agile methodologies were also d…
 
Since the early 2000s, federal policy has encouraged customized employment strategies to help people with significant disabilities secure paid jobs. Through customized employment, the relationship between the job seeker and employer is personalized so that the needs of both are met through negotiation of the worker’s job duties and flexible work ar…
 
Michaela Greiler discusses the importance of code reviews and how to conduct them. Felienne spoke with Greiler about the practice of code reviews, how to get better at them, what tools can be used to support them, as well as how to behave in the roles of both reviewer and code author. Related Links […]…
 
Sumit Kumar, Head of Engineering at SHARE NOW, talks about creating mapping applications in JavaScript using the Leaflet library. Jeremy Jung spoke with Sumit about what leaflet is and when to use it; sources for street map tile layers; using GeoJSON to store markers and shapes; raster vs vector data; working with live sources like […]…
 
Our guest today is, Anastasia Kraft, CEO and co-founder of Xena Workwear. When Ana moved to the US from Germany, she worked as a project management consultant in construction, manufacturing and event planning projects. While she LOVED working in the manufacturing environment, there was one aspect Ana truly hated: her bulky and manly steel toe boots…
 
In this episode, Prasha will share how you to build your very own LOVE YOURSELF FEARLESSLY & how it can help you in your career. Listen now to learn how to nurture your most important relationship. To work with Prasha and Conquer Your Career in STEM, sign up for her upcoming 1:1 Coaching Program. Email Prasha at herstemstory@gmail.com with any ques…
 
Today’s episode is about sharing and explaining policy research. After putting in the hours to collect the data, analyze the findings, and report on your results, how do you ensure that people outside of academia learn what you’ve found and understand why it matters? My guests for this episode are economists Jennifer Doleac and Kosali Simon, who re…
 
Adar Lieber-Dembo from Cloudera discusses Apache Kudu, which is a columnar data storage system for fast analytics and fast ingestion of large datasets. Kudu takes its inspiration from systems in the Hadoop ecosystem, but it addresses many of their shortcomings. SE Radio’s Akshay Manchale spoke with Adar about motivations behind building Kudu, featu…
 
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