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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. 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.
 
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Jupiter Broadcasting

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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 along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
 
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.
 
Hello everyone and welcome to THE .NET Core Podcast. An award-winning podcast where we reach into the core of the .NET technology stack and, with the help of the .NET community, present you with the information that you need in order to grok the many moving parts of one of the biggest cross-platform, multi-application frameworks on the planet I am your host, Jamie “GaProgMan” Taylor, and I have been writing about, working with, and generally messing around in .NET since (almost) the beginning.
 
We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS is 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.
 
The OSINT Curious Project is a source of quality, actionable, Open Source Intelligence news, original blogs, instructional videos, and a bi-weekly webcast/podcast. Most of all, we want to inspire people to look outside of their OSINT-comfort zones and pursue their OSINT passions. We try to keep people curious about exploring web applications for bits of information or trying out new techniques to access important OSINT data. We are an OSINT-learning catalyst. Support this podcast: https://an ...
 
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: ...
 
Streaming Audio features all things Apache Kafka®, Confluent, real-time data, and the cloud. We cover frequently asked questions, best practices, and use cases from the Kafka community—from Kafka connectors and distributed systems, to data mesh, data integration, modern data architectures, and data mesh built with Confluent and cloud Kafka as a service. Join host Kris Jenkins (Senior Developer Advocate, Confluent) as he streams through a series of interviews, stories, and use cases with gues ...
 
For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a developer and how the art and practice of software programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, we host important conversations and fascinating guests that will help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed. Hosted by Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams, and Ceora Ford, the Stack Overflow Podcast is your home for all things code.
 
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Destination Linux Network

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The Sudo Show covers topics ranging from Open Source in business to Cloud Management, but we don't just talk about the technology. We discuss methodologies like DevOps and how to change your team and company cultures to build and grow your people! Need to get more done? Join us as we share our years of experience working from home including our tips and tricks for better productivity! The Sudo Show is a proud member of the Destination Linux Network (https://destinationlinux.network/)!
 
Feel like you’re hitting a wall with your existing software projects? You're not alone. On the Maintainable software podcast, we speak with seasoned practitioners who have worked past the problems often associated with technical debt and legacy code. In each episode, our guests will share stories and outline tangible, real-world approaches to software challenges. In turn, you'll uncover new ways of thinking about how to improve your software project's maintainability. We're in this together. ...
 
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Andrew Nesbitt and Alex Pounds

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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 so often there will be a brand new interview with a package manager maintainer.
 
Jaron Swab, a software engineer, shares tips around Linux, programming, and open source. So you can stay on top of your privacy, security, and productivity. Discover what it means to be a hacker from a self taught software engineer. You'll learn how to land a tech job, amp up your computer efficiency, and leave behind the walled gardens of big tech. Since 2005, Jaron has exercised his love for coding and taking technology into his own hands. It's Jaron and a microphone; a one on one approach ...
 
A weekly Python podcast hosted by Christopher Bailey with interviews, coding tips, and conversation with guests from the Python community. The show covers a wide range of topics including Python programming best practices, career tips, and related software development topics. Join us every Friday morning to hear what's new in the world of Python programming and become a more effective Pythonista.
 
Your source for diverse discussions from around the Go community. 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. Panelists include Mat Ryer, Jon Calhoun, Natalie Pistunovich, Johnny Boursiquot, Angelica Hill, Kris Brandow, and Ian Lopshire. We discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker… oh and also Go! Some people search for GoTime or GoTime ...
 
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Michael Kennedy (@mkennedy)

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Talk Python to Me is a weekly podcast hosted by developer and entrepreneur Michael Kennedy. We dive deep into the popular packages and software developers, data scientists, and incredible hobbyists doing amazing things with Python. If you're new to Python, you'll quickly learn the ins and outs of the community by hearing from the leaders. And if you've been Pythoning for years, you'll learn about your favorite packages and the hot new ones coming out of open source.
 
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Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford

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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
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This week we’re talking about product development structures as systems with Lucas da Costa. The last time we had Lucas on the show he was living the text-mode only life, and now we’re more than 3 years later, Lucas has doubled down on all things text mode. Today’s conversation with Lucas maps several ideas he’s shared recently on his blog. We talk…
 
The world as we know it wouldn't exist without open-source software. We have learned to rely and depend on these free products that magically get maintained and updated by communities of volunteers. In our over commercialized world, the very plausibility of projects like Linux, Android, and Apache might seem incomprehensible to some. And yet, they …
 
This week we’re talking about product development structures as systems with Lucas da Costa. The last time we had Lucas on the show he was living the text-mode only life, and now we’re more than 3 years later, Lucas has doubled down on all things text mode. Today’s conversation with Lucas maps several ideas he’s shared recently on his blog. We talk…
 
We’re back with another spicy YepNope debate! This time, Amelia and KBall are arguing that there’s real value to (continue) using React in 2022, while Amal and special guest (and author of the post which stemmed the whole debate) Josh Collinsworth argue that React’s time leading innovation has passed. Of course, the stance each panelist is taking i…
 
This week I discuss true ownership of our communications including phone numbers, email addresses, domains, and monikers, and present two OSINT updates including a new open people search database available for download.Direct support for this podcast comes from our privacy services, online training, and new books for 2022: Extreme Privacy (4th Edit…
 
Going to KubeCon? Me too! We're planning a meetup on my Discord server #kubecon channel. The Loot Box is Live! Get your DevOps and tech-inspired t-shirts, mugs, and more. Bret goes through his top recommendations for securing container images, Docker containers and Kubernetes pods. This is a tip-packed show where Bret lists much of what's documente…
 
About three years ago, when our public platform engineering team at Stack started growing, we realized that we needed a more robust formal project management system that could scale with all the creativity coming on board. That’s when we started looking at formal, by-the-book frameworks to empower and coach our teams to their fullest potential. We …
 
Are you interested in using Python in an industry outside of software development? Would adding a few custom software tools increase efficiency and make your coworkers’ jobs easier? This week on the show, Josh Burnett talks about using Python as a mechanical engineer. I met Josh at PyCon US 2022 in Salt Lake City, which he attended for the first ti…
 
Nicole is a cyber security journalist and has covered many high-profile cases, such as the Russian hacking of nuclear power plants, North Korea’s attacks on movie studios, and Chinese government-sanctioned cyber-attacks around the globe. She is also the author of This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends, which provides readers with details about the…
 
Alex is replacing his Chromecast and Google Nest Mini with an open-source solution, and why we’re all getting a little hyped about Matter. Special Guest: Brent Gervais. Sponsored By: Linode: Receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account. Promo Code: linode.com/ssh Humio: Take logs from any source and make them usable. Get started with Humio…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by ZOOM Platform. No, not the video conferencing app ZOOM Platform! The premier DRM-Free games portal. Remember: you can also always follow the show on Twitter @dotnetcoreshow, and the shows host on Twitter @podcasterJay or visit our Contact page. Welcome to season 5 of the award-winning .NET Core Podcast! Check th…
 
The default configuration in most databases is meant for broad compatibility rather than performance. Database tuning is a process in which the configurations of a database are modified to achieve optimal performance. Databases have hundreds of configuration knobs that control various factors, such as the amount of memory to use for caches or how o…
 
The demoscene is an international computer art subculture focused on producing demos: self-contained, sometimes extremely small, computer programs that produce audiovisual presentations. When was the last time you coded something that fit in 4k? How about just 1024 bytes? Bilgem Çakır is one of many folks still making the Commodore 64 sing and do t…
 
In this episode, we will be exploring interviewing as a Software Engineer. Tips, tricks, and gotchas, as well as potentially some interviewing horror stories and red flags to avoid at all costs. We’re joined by Emma Draper, Engineering Manager at the New York Times based in Arizona, and Kate Jonas, goes by Jonas, Technical Enablement Manager at Dat…
 
In this episode, we will be exploring interviewing as a Software Engineer. Tips, tricks, and gotchas, as well as potentially some interviewing horror stories and red flags to avoid at all costs. We’re joined by Emma Draper, Engineering Manager at the New York Times based in Arizona, and Kate Jonas, goes by Jonas, Technical Enablement Manager at Dat…
 
Like other folks we’ve talked to on the podcast, Chronosphere was born out of work pioneered at Uber. When you can’t find solutions to help you scale, sometimes you have to build them. Everything in Chronosphere was built from scratch, from the ingestion tier to the query layer. If you’re going to build something cloud native from the ground up, th…
 
When you think data exploration using Python, Jupyter notebooks likely come to mind. They are excellent for those of us who gravitate towards Python. But what about your everyday power user? Think of that person who is really good at Excel but has never written a line of code? They can still harness the power of modern Python using a cool applicati…
 
How do you make applications that work well for the visually impaired? Carl and Richard talk to Courtney Heitman about building applications that the visually impaired can use. Courtney talks about different kinds of visual impairment including field of view, color blindness, low and no vision. There are tools to help you understand what those impa…
 
Andy Parsons, director of the Content Authenticity Initiative at Adobe gives Doc Searls and Katherine Druckman a lot of confidence that we really can change the Web and the world for the better. If you care about eliminating dis- and mis-information, you want authentic content and clear provenance. Parsons explains on FLOSS Weekly. Hosts: Doc Searl…
 
Dave Farley, co-author of Continuous Delivery, is back to talk about his latest book, Modern Software Engineering, a Top 3 Software Engineering best seller on Amazon UK this September. Shipping good software starts with you giving yourself permission to do a good job. It continues with a healthy curiosity, admitting that you don’t know, and running…
 
On today's Full Stack Journey podcast we welcome guest Eric Chou, an author, educator, and network engineer. From traditional network engineering to the birth of "cloud" at Amazon and now working to share his knowledge via blog posts, videos, books, and classes, Eric shares lessons learned on his career journey. The post Full Stack Journey 070: A N…
 
Ready to level up your NgRx skills? Tomas Trajan shares with us his top tips for working effectively and conventionally with NgRx. We go in-depth on best practices that help you develop faster with this popular state management library and uncover some drama around the viewModel$ pattern! • https://tomastrajan.medium.com/level-up-your-ngrx-skills-w…
 
Brittany returns to the the Rubber Duck Dev Show! In this episode, Chris and Creston discuss the different viewpoints and objectives for engineering managers vs. product managers with Brittany Martin & Josh Gaastra. Show Notes & Links: Rubber Duck Dev Show | Wednesdays at 8p EST Sponsored By: Scout APM Try their error monitoring and APM free for 14…
 
We dive into some of the ways developers can customize their keyboard with shortcuts, macros, and apps to eliminate repetitive tasks and automate the busywork that stands in the way of bigger, breakthrough innovations. Flow state can be affected by things as simple as the right lighting, so Logitech created keyboards that automatically adjust their…
 
WeightWatcher, created by Charles Martin, is an open source diagnostic tool for analyzing Neural Networks without training or even test data! Charles joins us in this episode to discuss the tool and how it fills certain gaps in current model evaluation workflows. Along the way, we discuss statistical methods from physics and a variety of practical …
 
"I thought WPF was dead" is usually one of the first things that Kevin Bost hears when discussing today's topic. WPF is not dead. In fact, WPF is supported by .NET 6 and a plethora of third-party apps, extensions and packages. Kevin has been working with WPF for a long time and has become an expert on the framework. In today's episode we discuss so…
 
How do you build an event-driven application that can react to real-time data streams as they happen? Kris Jenkins (Senior Developer Advocate, Confluent) will be hosting another fun, hands-on programming workshop—Coding in Motion: Watching the River Flow, to demonstrate how you can build a reactive event streaming application with Apache Kafka®, ks…
 
Appsmith is an open-source, low-code platform for building and maintaining internal tools like custom dashboards, admin panels, and, of course, CRUD apps. Watch Arpin’s talk on how a low-cost, low-tech solution can simplify online payments. Arpit isn’t the first engineer we’ve talked to whose career was sparked by the digital pets of the 90s. Liste…
 
Moving to the cloud and edge comes with big rewards such as new use-cases and business opportunities. But how to efficiently build cloud and edge applications can be a confusing journey, mainly due to the lack of managed platforms that unifies Developer Experience (DX), ZeroOps Experience, and a Reactive Runtime. With Kalix, we set out to create a …
 
Andreas Kling’s new cross-platform browser project, Dan Hollick’s nerdy deep-dive on QR code tech, Stephan Dilly’s Rust-based terminal UI for Git, Miłosz Piechocki’s opinion on junior vs senior engineers & Divam Gupta’s Tensorflow port of Stable Diffusion. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and …
 
Andreas Kling’s new cross-platform browser project, Dan Hollick’s nerdy deep-dive on QR code tech, Stephan Dilly’s Rust-based terminal UI for Git, Miłosz Piechocki’s opinion on junior vs senior engineers & Divam Gupta’s Tensorflow port of Stable Diffusion. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the metal, and …
 
Legacy becomes legacy only when the memory of how the system works is gone. This is where observability kicks in. Today we talk with Hunter Madison. Hunter is the cloud architect for Instana, an observability platform for IBM. He has a decade of software development experience covering everything from e-commerce to database development. He tells us…
 
Robby has a chat with Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, John Ousterhout. John founded Electric Cloud with John Graham-Cumming. Ousterhout was a professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley where he created the Tcl scripting language and the Tk platform-independent widget toolkit and proposed the idea o…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about the Time Till Open Source Alternative blog post. The numbers probably don't mean what we think they mean anymore. A lot of modern open source is really corporate controlled. Just because something carries an open source license doesn't mean you can contribute to it. Show Notes Time Till Open Source Alternative GitHub Deskto…
 
In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods spoke to Missy Lawrence Johnston about the human skills engineers and engineering leaders need to build in the digital ageRead a transcript of this interview:Subscribe to our newsletters:- The InfoQ weekly newsletter: https://bit.ly/24x3IVq- The Software Architects’ Newsletter [monthly…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Janaki Ramachandran and Benoit Fontaine to talk about how Netflix has approached automated testing at a large scale.Guests:Janaki RamachandranBenoit FontainePanelists:Ryan Burgess - @burgessdryanPicks:Janaki Ramachandran - Hidden BrainJanaki Ramachandran - Junior Bake OffBenoit Fontaine - The SandmanBenoit Fontaine…
 
Originally published on January 1, 2022. Charlie Gerard is an incredibly productive developer. In addition to being the author of Practical Machine Learning in JavaScript, her website charliegerard.dev has a long list of really interesting side projects exploring the intersection of human computer interaction, computer vision, interactivity, and ar…
 
This week on The Changelog we’re talking about Stable Diffusion, DALL-E, and the impact of AI generated art. We invited our good friend Simon Willison on the show today because he wrote a very thorough blog post titled, “Stable Diffusion is a really big deal.” You may know Simon from his extensive contributions to open source software. Simon is a c…
 
This week on The Changelog we’re talking about Stable Diffusion, DALL-E, and the impact of AI generated art. We invited our good friend Simon Willison on the show today because he wrote a very thorough blog post titled, “Stable Diffusion is a really big deal.” You may know Simon from his extensive contributions to open source software. Simon is a c…
 
Austin Gil joins the show and KBall continues an old email correspondence about the JS community and growth. Then, the gang plays a round of TIL where Austin shares his learnings about the HTML capture attribute. Finally, Austin shares what it’s like to have a blog post blow up. Discuss on Changelog News Changelog++ members save 9 minutes on this e…
 
This week I explain how breach assumptions are vital for our online hygiene (while offering comfort when bad things happen), present a strategy for multiple Signal accounts, and provide several OSINT updates.Direct support for this podcast comes from our privacy services, online training, and new books for 2022: Extreme Privacy (4th Edition) and Op…
 
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