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Best Open Source podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Open Source podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of software development. 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.
 
A security podcast geared towards those looking to better understand security topics of the day. Hosted by Kurt Seifried and Josh Bressers covering a wide range of topics including IoT, application security, operational security, cloud, devops, and security news of the day. There is a special open source twist to the discussion often giving a unique perspective on any given topic.
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 16:30 UTC.
 
Created by three guys who love BSD, we cover the latest news and have an extensive series of tutorials, as well as interviews with various people from all areas of the BSD community. It also serves as a platform for support and questions. We love and advocate FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD and TrueOS. Our show aims to be helpful and informative for new users that want to learn about them, but still be entertaining for the people who are already pros. The show airs on Wednesdays at 2: ...
 
Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you on the journey of their new ones. A Linux Academy podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
 
Streaming Audio is a podcast from Confluent, the team that built Apache Kafka®️. Host Tim Berglund (Senior Director of Developer Experience, Confluent) and guests unpack a variety of topics surrounding Apache Kafka, event stream processing and real-time data. The show also features the segment "Ask Confluent," in which Gwen Shapira (Engineering Manager, Confluent) and guests respond to a handful of questions and comments about the Confluent and Kafka ecosystems—from Kafka connectors, to dist ...
 
The term "hacker" came out of the earliest of computer enthusiasts such as the ARPAnet experiments for programmers and networking wizards. It's people like these that gave us the Internet, Unix, and every other life changing technology. Hackers are not the ones breaking into systems, stealing credit cards, and causing havoc. If you love open source, decentralization, Linux, or want to learn tech. This podcast is for you. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hackerculture/support
 
A diverse panel and special guests discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker…oh and also Go! Panelists include Mat Ryer, Ashley McNamara, Johnny Boursiquot, Carmen Andoh, Jaana B. Dogan (JBD), Mark Bates, and Jon Calhoun. This show records LIVE every Tuesday at 3pm US Eastern. Join the Golang community and chat with us during the show in the #gotimefm channel of Gophers slack. Some people search for GoTime or GoTimeFM and can't find the show, so now ...
 
Welcome to The Manifest, a podcast all about package management. Your hosts are Alex Pounds and Andrew Nesbitt. Together they explore the technical details of package management, the stories and the history of various projects, and the communities around them too. Every two weeks there will be a brand new interview with a package manager maintainer.
 
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.
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 16:30 UTC.
 
Episodes of the Open Source Creative Podcast, a weekly podcast where I ramble about creativity, process, and open source software during my commute. Listen to me talk, maybe learn a thing or two, vehemently disagree with me, and rejoice at the fact that my clutch pedal no longer squeaks in the background… because I no longer drive a car with manual transmission. Also, fair warning, I tend to use profanity. So if you’re sensitive to that, listen with the volume turned lower. Intro and outro m ...
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 16:30 UTC.
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts every Wednesday as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Records live every Wednesday at 12:30pm Eastern / 9:30am Pacific / 16:30 UTC.
 
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John Maynard Keynes was a philosophical giant in twentieth-century England. In his day job, he was a public economist; in America he was a political football for the very idea of “deficit spending” to charge up private investment in a recession. It made the name “Keynes” a cuss word until our politicians fell in love with deficits as a way to pay f…
 
Intro Michael Schwartz: Hello and welcome to Open Source Underdogs. I’m your host MichaelSchwartz, and this is episode 47 with Tracy Miranda, Director of Open-SourceCommunity at CloudBees. CloudBees is a company behind Jenkins, the famedproject, which is used to automate building, testing and deploying software. Many commercial and open-source proj…
 
Plausible creators Uku Täht and Marko Saric join the show to talk about their open source, privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics. We talk through the backstory of the project, why it’s open source, the details behind a few viral blog posts Marko shared to bring in a ton of new interest to the project, why privacy matters in web analytics…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about the Krebs blog post titled "When in Doubt: Hang Up, Look Up, & Call Back". In the world of security there isn't a lot of actionable advice, it's worth discussing if something like this will work, or ever if it's the right way to handle these situations. Show notes When in Doubt: Hang Up, Look Up, & Call Back Tech Support Sc…
 
Hey folks! This is just a quick episode to help shake the rust off this old beast of podcast and get it rolling again. Expect a new full episode to be posted soon! I’ve got all kinds of fun things to talk about with respect to open source and creativity. Stay tuned! Side note: Something has gone sideways with my site theme so the Disqus commenting …
 
On this episode of The Diff recorded Wednesday, May 6th 2020, Joel catches up with Cami Williams, a developer advocate and colleague on the Facebook open source team. Cami and Joel play, I ask question, you ask a question and we talked about some really interesting topics. Find out how Cami became popular on social media, our thoughts around divers…
 
Remember: you can also always follow the show on twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on twitter @podcasterJay In this episode of the .NET Core podcast we talked with Martijn Laarman about Elasticsearch and his journey in open source The full show notes, including links to some of the things we discussed and a full transcription of this epis…
 
JS Danger is back! Suz, Emma, and Divya square off in our don’t-call-it-jeopardy game show. Will Emma totally redeem herself? Are Divya’s trivia skills as on point as her debate skills? Will Suz murder Jerod in a fit of terrible-question-inducing rage?! Listen and play along! Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Rollbar – We move fast and fix things …
 
Remember: you can also always follow the show on twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on twitter @podcasterJay In this episode of the .NET Core podcast we talked with Simon Painter about functional programming, whether C# is slowly becoming more functional, the F# language, and exactly what a monad is The full show notes, including links to …
 
Researchers have examined the power of story and discovered the way in which stories provide a framework that has the capacity to transcend language for universal understanding. According to Joe Lazauskas, “Stories illuminate the city of our mind…stories make us remember and they make us care.” In this episode we dive deep into the power of story t…
 
Databases are tricky, especially at scale. In this episode Mat, Jaana, and Jon discuss different types of databases, the pros and cons of each, along with the many ways developers can have issues with databases. They also explore questions like, “Why are serial IDs problematic?” and “What alternatives are there if we aren’t using serial IDs?” while…
 
Databases are tricky, especially at scale. In this episode Mat, Jaana, and Jon discuss different types of databases, the pros and cons of each, along with the many ways developers can have issues with databases. They also explore questions like, “Why are serial IDs problematic?” and “What alternatives are there if we aren’t using serial IDs?” while…
 
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
 
Cloud-native workloads in production. Sysdig is an open-source system monitoring and troubleshooting tool for Linux, with cross-platform capabilities on Windows and Mac OS. You can manage security and compliance for Kubernetes and have an open platform with embed security and validate compliance. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guests: Loris De…
 
Cloud-native workloads in production. Sysdig is an open-source system monitoring and troubleshooting tool for Linux, with cross-platform capabilities on Windows and Mac OS. You can manage security and compliance for Kubernetes and have an open platform with embed security and validate compliance. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guests: Loris De…
 
Cloud-native workloads in production. Sysdig is an open-source system monitoring and troubleshooting tool for Linux, with cross-platform capabilities on Windows and Mac OS. You can manage security and compliance for Kubernetes and have an open platform with embed security and validate compliance. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guests: Loris De…
 
Cloud-native workloads in production. Sysdig is an open-source system monitoring and troubleshooting tool for Linux, with cross-platform capabilities on Windows and Mac OS. You can manage security and compliance for Kubernetes and have an open platform with embed security and validate compliance. Hosts: Doc Searls and Aaron Newcomb Guests: Loris De…
 
Apache Kafka® is a powerful toolset for microservice architectures. In this podcast, we’ll cover how Boden, an online retail company that specializes in high-end fashion linked to the royal family, used streaming microservices to modernize their business. Matt Simpson (Solutions Architect, Boden) shares a real life use case showing how Kafka has he…
 
Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman talk to Bruce Schneier about contact tracing, digital identity, hacking, privacy, and regulation. Show notes: 0:00:25: Contact tracing apps 0:02:31: Contract tracing false positive and false negative 0:04:24: Contract tracing apps adoption rate 0:07:36: Katherine agrees apps should build more trust 0:11:44: The 2nd…
 
Plausible creators Uku Täht and Marko Saric join the show to talk about their open source, privacy-friendly alternative to Google Analytics. We talk through the backstory of the project, why it’s open source, the details behind a few viral blog posts Marko shared to bring in a ton of new interest to the project, why privacy matters in web analytics…
 
Why attempt to faithfully recreate the past? Jordan Scales joins Henry to chat about design systems, being pixel perfect, accessibility, the Microsoft Windows User Experience reference manual, using VMs, MSPaint and Figma, whimsy and having fun with coding, creating satire at no one's expense, and even how Babel's Guy Fieri meme could of been Jeff …
 
Kubernetes was originally created as a platform for App development and management. Hear why VP of Product/Engineering and Starburst co-founder Matt Fuller thinks K8n’s is undergoing a change in identity that will transform enterprise big data architecture. Matt will discuss the new role of K8ns in data platform modernization why Starburst and Pres…
 
On the heels of NVIDIA’s latest announcements, Daniel and Chris explore how the new NVIDIA Ampere architecture evolves the high-performance computing (HPC) landscape for artificial intelligence. After investigating the new specifications of the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, Chris and Daniel turn their attention to the data center with the NVIDIA DGX…
 
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…
 
We’re bringing Brain Science backstage — Mireille puts on her interviewer hat for a deep dive into Adam’s backstory. When and how did he get involved with podcasting? How did he get in to software development? When did he get his first shot at leadership? How did he learn about sales? Why is he so curious? Discuss on Changelog News Featuring Mireil…
 
Nick and Jerod welcome Dojo’s Matt Gadd to the show to catch us up on what’s changed with the framework since episode #25, what’s coming in version 7, and to defend Nick’s comment that if you like React you just might like Dojo better. Discuss on Changelog News Sponsors Rollbar – We move fast and fix things because of Rollbar. Resolve errors in min…
 
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…
 
The force of art to rescue a world breaking down; the power of music in particular to heal people one by one, perhaps all together: this was Yo-Yo Ma’s breathtaking mission for himself in his 60s, to nail down the convictions that have sustained his humble self at the very pinnacle of major-league music. His project, nearly finished, was to do 36 c…
 
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