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Your lights are on, your car runs, because industrial systems work 24/7 to keep our lives ticking. But what happens when those systems—the very pillars of modern society—are threatened? Hosted by Nate Nelson and Andrew Ginter, The Industrial Security Podcast takes a deep-dive into the most pressing emerging issues in SCADA technologies today. But don't just take our word for it: each new episode of the show features a leading voice in the world of industrial control systems security. You'll ...
 
The data struggle is real. Companies are awash in data that can lead to better engineered products, improved customer engagement, and faster drug development. But first they have to overcome the daunting technical and cultural challenges of mastering it. Fortunately, other data and IT leaders have dealt with these same issues. They’ll share their advice and stories on the DataMasters podcast.
 
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Dan kicks the show off by asking our guest Sean C. Davis to define for us what doesn't fall under JAMstack. Sean explains what isn't JAMstack and then dives into what's changed over the last year or so that brings us to the tools and approaches that hybridize the server end of things to bring more server side to the JAMstack. So, JAMstack lifts awa…
 
Yehonathan Sharvit joins the Jabber crew to discuss Data Oriented Programming. Data Oriented Programming is a way to reduce complexity by managing the shape of the data before we send it over the wire. Rather than managing data you send between services in class hierarchies, you focus on the data's meaning and manipulate it so the data it includes …
 
Charles Max Wood talks about how to build, grow, and benefit from positive relationships within programming. He talks about how he's built genuine positive relationships with hundreds of programmers and how he and others have grown from those relationships. He also explains that you get out of relationships what you put into them. Finally, he goes …
 
Micro frontends are the topic of discussion again, this time with Grgur Grisogono, Principal Consultant at Modus Create and co-author of the Manning book "Ext JS in Action". In particular, Grgur explains the new module federation capabilities introduced by Webpack, and describes how they can be used to construct micro frontends in a much more strea…
 
Measuring future security costs is easier than measuring today's security benefits. Donovan Tindill, Senior Cybersecurity Strategist at Honeywell Connected Enterprise joins us to explore how to manage industrial cybersecurity spend over the life of industrial automation projects.By Ran Levi
 
Charles Max Wood discusses several opportunities that came his way early in his podcasting career and other opportunities that have come to other people after only a couple of podcast episodes. He explains why that happens and how you can use this to create more influence as a developer. Panel Charles Max Wood…
 
On September 28, 1941, a German edict was issued ordering the Jews of Kiev and of the surrounding area to gather some clothes and belongings, and report at an intersection not far from a local freight train station. Instead of being deported, however, they were marched to Babi Yar and shot over the course of two days. According to a contemporary re…
 
Ethan Garofolo is the author of Practical Microservices with Pragmatic Programmers. He starts out debunking the ideas behind pulling parts of a monolith into a different services and change function calls into HTTP calls. Instead, it's an approach that keeps things moving for development teams that solves several productivity issues. He breaks down…
 
Charles Max Wood started podcasting because it sounded fun and because he wanted to talk about technology. He learned pretty quickly that it got him access to people who understood the things he wanted to learn. The reasons changed over the years, as Charles explains before he talks about the big payoff he gets now from doing the podcasts. Panel Ch…
 
The infamous Jake Archibald, member of the Chrome Team, an author of the Service Worker spec, and host of the HTTP 203 Podcast takes us on a whirlwind tour of recent and upcoming browser standards including Portals, iframes, App Cache, Service Workers, HTML, Browser History and more - why they are the way they are, why we can't have nice things, an…
 
Yosi Shneck, long, time CSO at Israel Electric Company, talks about his experience leading cybersecurity efforts in a very difficult threat environment, and about Israel Electric's new initiative to share the company's expertise with other utilities and industrial enterprises.By Ran Levi
 
Jason Weimann started out as an enthusiast of the Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, Everquest. After becoming a software developer and building a collaborative community playing the game, learn how he used his connections to get a job working for the company that made the game, even if it wasn't a job working as a game developer and h…
 
Shmerke Kaczerginski was a boisterous, radical young writer and musician who led an exciting circle of young artists who called themselves "Young Vilna." His best friend, Abraham Sutzkever, would go on to become one of the greatest Yiddish poets of his generation. As the two entered adulthood, their artistic careers were interrupted by the Nazi inv…
 
If you're building a website or web-app, there's a good chance that you want people to find it so that they will access it. These days this mostly means that you want it to appear in the relevant search engine results pages (SERP). In this episode we are joined by Martin Splitt, DevRel at Google for the Search & Web ecosystem, who explains in detai…
 
When the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines were first approved, almost nobody could get one. Meanwhile, on the darknet, cybercriminals were offering deals on mass shipments. Most people still aren't inoculated today, yet the darknet market for vaccines is thriving. Is the darknet getting vaccines while the rest of us can't? What's actually going on?…
 
Chuck outlines how he's used his podcasts to find mentors to continue his learning journey over 12 years of podcasting. Some mentors have been long lived relationships while others have lasted only a few months or even days. This episode shares Chuck's experience learning from the top people in the development community as a programmer and podcaste…
 
If you're building a website or web-app, there's a good chance that you want people to find it so that they will access it. These days this mostly means that you want it to appear in the relevant search engine results pages (SERP). In this episode we are joined by Martin Splitt, DevRel at Google for the Search & Web ecosystem, who explains in detai…
 
Kurt Gerstein defies easy categorization. The Germans didn't know what to think of him, the French changed their minds. His friends and family paint a picture of a man torn between two worlds. Facts about his life seem to clash with one another. Even decades after World War II ended, people still couldn't figure out whether he had participated in, …
 
Yevheniia Hlovatska and Kateryna Chernikova are part of a QA team that was working remotely long before the pandemic. They collaborated across distances, in a lot of the new ways and using a lot of the new tools we’re using now, as part of our Covid-19 routine. They did it not because they had to, but because they wanted to. Because it made them wo…
 
In recent years the term DevOps has become ubiquitous - you'll find DevOps engineers in most every tech organization. But what does DevOps actually mean, and how does it differ from previously existing System and Network engineering and DBAs? In this episode our own Aimee Knight, who is currently expanding her role into DevOps, answers these questi…
 
Having done a three-part series on the things JavaScript developers MUST know, Dan now leads a panel discussion on the things that JavaScript developers SHOULD know. These are things that devs can get by without knowing, but that will improve their abilities if they do know and understand. Subjects covered include: passing functions args by value v…
 
On April 22nd, 1945, Kurt Gerstein, a lieutenant for the Hygiene Institute in Berlin, took a train headed for Allied territory. That would seem a risky move, but this SS man had a pitch. He approached a French commandant, surrendered, and told the man his truly remarkable story. Featured guest: Dr. Valerie Hébert, Associate Professor of History, La…
 
In the summer of 2016, a group of anonymous hackers hacked into the NSA and released some of the most powerful exploits ever developed. The ramifications of that leak would be felt for years to come, in some of the most destructive cyber attacks on record. But even all these years later there are mysteries yet unsolved, and stories that seem to con…
 
Steve and A.J. talk with Chris Mather, the creator of the Elements framework, a new monolith-style web framework for generating web apps. They discuss the reason for adding YAF (Yet Another Framework), the pieces that are used to build the framework, and how it all works together. Panel AJ O'Neal Steve Edwards Guest Chris Mather Sponsors Dexecure R…
 
Anthony Campolo joins the conversation to lead the discussion of RedwoodJS. RedwoodJS is a full-stack framework that provides a way of building a fast and secure front-end that JAMstack gives you with the power and flexibility of a backend. It doesn't have an official ORM, instead it uses GraphQL through Prisma. This discussion goes deep into the h…
 
The Holocaust could not have been carried out by the executioners alone. Such large-scale murder, over vast distances, required a massive apparatus staffed by hundreds of thousands of state administrative and security personnel. How could so many seemingly “ordinary” people knowingly take part in such crimes? In this episode we take a glimpse at th…
 
When members of his analytics team began noticing long load times in the Wix Dashboard, originally, Eyal Eizenberg wasn’t quite sure why. When taking a closer look at the code he realized what was wrong: a progress bar--a minor, largely superficial feature that happened to be weighing down the entire app. Turns out Eyal’s problem is common to all w…
 
In this episode, the panel discusses the final list of things that developers need to know and how and when they're important. These topics include: Duck typing TypeScript Various programming terms and concepts: recursion, garbage collection, MVC, etc. JS number and Math system (NaN, precision, BigInt, …) At least one framework At least one testing…
 
You're working on planning and executing your professional and technical journeys, but what about your psychological journey? The reality is that without taking better care of yourself, you are potentially setting yourself up for failure, and potentially also putting your health and wellbeing at risk. We are joined by Wei-Ming Lam, a coach and Yoga…
 
Like civil engineers building bridges, security engineers should have quantitative goals: How secure must the system be when commissioned? (How much load must the bridge carry?) How long must the system maintain that security level without major maintenance? (How long must the bridge carry that load reliably between major repairs?) Join Terry Ingol…
 
In November, 1940, the German occupiers of Warsaw forced nearly 400,000 Jews into 1.3 square miles of land, then walled off the neighborhood. That's when a group of Jews got together to document what was happening. They wrote of disease, starvation and torture, both physical and psychological, but also of themselves, their families and the brief mo…
 
This is the follow on to the episode first recorded regarding JavaScripts iterators and generators. Dan takes the lead and picks up from last time. The panel discusses how JavaScript uses and implements iterators and where people are likely to see them. Then they dive into generators and briefly discuss the concept and their uses. CODE: x = {[Symbo…
 
Use the code DEVCHAT at https://devchat.tv/fast to get double the capacity and traffic from Dexecure. Inian Parameshwaran is the CEO of Dexecure and an expert in speeding up websites. Inian walks Charles Max Wood through the intricacies of measuring website speed and explains which metrics matter and for which concerns. He goes over the benefits to…
 
Iterators and generators were introduced into JavaScript way back in 2015, yet they remain an underused and often misunderstood features of the language. In this episode Dan describes the purpose of iterators, how they're implemented in JavaScript, and why you're using them even if you aren't aware that you are, via the spread operator for example.…
 
For consumers, Black Friday is a convenient time to get a good deal. For developers, it is a tsunami ready to take down everything in its path. Every year, on the Friday after Thanksgiving, traffic to online shopping sites spikes three, four, five times over. Websites built to accommodate a certain amount of demand can easily be overwhelmed by a st…
 
Luis Atencio jabbers about enjoying and using JavaScript. He enjoys the multi-paradigm nature of the language. The discussion ranges over the nature of JavaScript and how it's object-oriented, and how the paradigms can be blended to provide powerful functionality. They also dive into how to break down problems in JavaScript and how the language ena…
 
Christian Nunciato works on a system called Pulumi, which is a system that allows you to build infrastructure with code. This is usually aimed at the cloud and allows us to use tools to manage infrastructure and do setups and updates. Panel Aimee Knight AJ O’Neal Steve Edwards Guest Christian Nunciato Sponsors Dexecure Octopus Deploy Pty. Ltd Picks…
 
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