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Best Softwarearchitecture podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Softwarearchitecture podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Each webinar features an SEI researcher discussing their research on software and cybersecurity problems of considerable complexity. The webinar series is a way for the SEI to accomplish its core purpose of improving the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity and transitioning this work to the community. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI Webinar Seri ...
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
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Disruptive events and crises have the potential to irreparably harm your organization. The key to thriving, not simply surviving, in uncertain times is analysis of posture and preplanning. An organization can demonstrate operational resilience, when faced with both cyber and physical disruptions, if it focuses on the fundamentals and makes data-dri…
 
The chasm between what academia researches and what industry uses in cyber is wide. By building mutually beneficial collaborations between the two, we can improve algorithms, datasets and techniques that are applicable to the real-world. Students and researchers should build a solid partnership with professionals early in their career to be exposed…
 
The concept of software architecture as a distinct discipline in software engineering started to emerge in 1990 — although the idea had been around for much longer. Throughout my career in industry, then in academia, I’ve witnessed the growth of software architecture, its evolution in leaps and bounds. I’ve also had the privilege to meet and work w…
 
SEI Chief Technology Officer Tom Longstaff interviewed Jeff Boleng, a senior advisor to the U.S. Department of Defense, on recent DoD software advances and accomplishments. They discussed how the DoD is implementing recommendations from the Defense Science Board and the Defense Innovation Board on continuous development of best practices for softwa…
 
In an increasingly cloud-native world, application containers and microservice architectures are the next go-to for system architecture modernization. Like many technology choices, there are trade-offs that have to be carefully considered. Will containers solve my business problems? How will certain responsibilities shift between my software teams?…
 
You may have a secure application today, but you cannot guarantee that it will still be secure tomorrow. Application security is a living process that must be constantly addressed throughout the application lifecycle. This requires continuous security assessments at every phase of the software development lifecycle (SDLC). The SEI has researched a …
 
In this webcast, CMMC Architects, Gavin Jurecko & Matt Trevors provide insight on how to evaluate and assess your organization’s readiness for meeting the practice requirements of CMMC Level 1. Learn more about the DIB CS Program at: https://dibnet.dod.mil/ Or email: osd.ncr.dod-cio.mbx.dib-cs-ia-program-registration@mail.mil CISA CRR Resources: ht…
 
Andrew Hoover and Katie Stewart discussed the DoD’s new CMMC program. They gave a brief overview of CMMC followed by a deep dive into the Process Maturity aspect of the model. The webcast provided insight into how organizations can prepare for CMMC.By Katie Stewart and Andrew Hoover
 
This webcast will assist professionals and executives communicate risk concerns despite the cacophony and distraction posed by technical details and other organizational demands using the new OCTAVE FORTE approach. Practical tips for risk appetite development and application will be discussed.By Brett Tucker and Matt Trevors
 
This webcast covered the implementation of an automated, continuous risk pipeline that demonstrates how cyber-resiliency and compliance risk can be traced to and from DevSecOps teams working in the SDLC program and project levels. It will include integration of asset management, DevSecOps tooling, policy-to-procedure platform and risk management pl…
 
For more than two decades, Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute (SEI) has been instrumental in the creation and development of the field of software architecture. In our past webcasts, What Makes a Good Software Architect? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbLJC...) and What Makes a Good Software Architect (2019 Edition)? (htt…
 
Artificial intelligence (AI) holds great promise to empower us with knowledge and scaled effectiveness. To harness the power of AI systems, we can—and must—ensure that we keep humans safe and in control. This session will introduce a new user experience (UX) framework to guide the creation of AI systems that are accountable, de-risked, respectful, …
 
Dr Heinz Kabutz is gifting a course to NFJS podcast listeners. Redeem this course here. This week I'm joined by Dr. Heinz Kabutz. Heinz is the author of The Java Specialists’ Newsletter, a publication enjoyed by tens of thousands of Java experts in over 145 countries. We discuss the best strategies to grow your skillset, learn and take advantage of…
 
Welcome to the 2020 season of the NFJS podcast! New episodes every other Wednesday! This week we're joined with Hans Docter discussing developer productivity. Hans Dockter is the founder and project lead of the Gradle build system and the CEO of Gradle Inc., a company with the mission to transform how software is built and shipped. Hans is a though…
 
WebAssembly is live, it's in your browser, and it's poised to completely transform how we build, run, and think about software. The promise of "write-once-deploy-anywhere" isn't now, but this fresh take comes with 20+ years of experience and boasts capabilities unimaginable just a few years ago. Brian Sletten gives us the lowdown of what webassembl…
 
In this webcast, as a part of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, our experts will provide an overview of the concept of cyber hygiene, which bears an analogy to the concept of hygiene in the medical profession. Like the practice of washing hands to prevent infections, cyber hygiene addresses simple sets of actions that users can take to help r…
 
This week we benefit from hard-won wisdom coming from decades of experience as a software architect. In this episode, Ken shares the vast skillset and the diverse roles that a successful software architect most possess. If you'd like to dive deep into all of these areas, network with experienced software architects, and invest in your knowledge por…
 
Recorded LIVE at UberConfX. This week we're joined by Craig Walls, Spring expert extraordinaire but we'll be discussing one of his other passions - smart home skills and conversational UI. Don't miss his insights and register for the Progressive Web Experience 2019 and join Craig for a full-day, hands-on workshop building talking applications with …
 
Misuse of authorized access to an organization’s critical assets is a significant concern for organizations of all sizes, missions, and industries. We at the CERT National Insider Threat Center have been collecting and analyzing data on incidents involving malicious and unintentional insider since 2001, and have worked with numerous organizations a…
 
Ritwik Gupta and Elli Kanal explain what ransomware is, what it can do to your computer, and how you can help prevent infections using the concept of cyber hygiene. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts the files on a computer, preventing the user from accessing them. The attacker then extorts the user by requesting a ransom in exchange for…
 
Rotem Guttman and Zach Kurtz explain what deepfakes are, how they work, and what kind of content it’s possible to create with current techniques and technology. The term “deepfake” refers to the use of machine learning to produce content for essays or to modify photos and videos. When it comes to photos and videos, the images are often so realistic…
 
Rotem Guttman and April Galyardt describe how machine learning (ML) fits into the bigger picture of artificial intelligence (AI) and discuss the current state of AI. Currently, there is an enormous amount of interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence and what these new technologies can create for the present and future. In this SEI Cy…
 
Recently, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a warning about DNS hijacking and how website owners can protect themselves against it. To explain what DNS hijacking is and how adversaries use it to steal sensitive information, Elli Kanal and Daniel Ruef give a high-level overview of how DNS and network traffic work. They discuss how s…
 
In 2011, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued the “Cloud First” policy to reform federal information technology management, which required agencies to evaluate cloud computing options. In 2012, the DoD Cloud Computing Strategy evolved to identify the most effective ways for the department to capitalize on opportunities and take advantag…
 
This week we are joined by Chris Maki to learn about his journey from monolith to 20,000 microservices deployment in a single year. Chris is the founder and Chief Architect of Rip City Software, a company dedicated to Java Microservices and building systems in AWS. He has more than 20 years of experience creating web scale enterprise systems. Throu…
 
As every software engineer knows, writing secure software is an incredibly difficult task. There are many techniques available to assist developers in finding bugs hiding in their code, but none are perfect, and an adversary only needs one to cause problems. In this talk, we’ll discuss how a branch of artificial intelligence called Natural Language…
 
Lyndsey Padget is a NoFluff speaker, Git Consultant and all-around Bad-ass. This week she joins us to share her expertise and journey with Git. If you're like me, git is a tool we use but don't always understand. Lyndsey shines a light into the dark places, solves a few mysteries and shares some tips and tricks to grow our skillset. Also mentioned …
 
Today's DoD software development and deployment is not responsive to warfighter needs. As a result, the DoD's ability to keep pace with potential adversaries is falling behind. In this webcast, panelists discuss potential enablers of and barriers to using modern software development techniques and processes in the DoD or similar segregated environm…
 
It seems like every time we solve one problem, it opens the door to a more complex problem. Tools like docker and Kubernetes have solved many problems, but at the cost of increased complexity and increased developer stress. To quote Mark Richards: "It used to take me four months to build, not it just takes four months to configure." Tour regular Jo…
 
In 2017, the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) Webcast, What Makes a Good Software Architect? (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbLJC...) explored the skills and knowledge needed by successful software architects. The architect’s role continues to evolve; in this webcast we revisited the question in the context of today’s role and responsibilitie…
 
This week we're joined by Sean Hunter, author of Aurelia in Action. He gives us the history as well as the current state of the Aurelia framework. Aurelia is a JavaScript client framework for web, mobile and desktop that leverages simple conventions to empower your creativity. It is simple, lightweight, yet powerful. Follow Sean on Twitter…
 
Kotlin is an exciting new language for the JVM from the folks at Jetbrains. Kotlin has been making waves for a couple years now in the Android space but, as a general purpose language, it is finding it's way into many projects and developers seem to love it! For those of us who haven't been hands-on yet, Ken gives us an overview of the language, it…
 
Cybersecurity operators have to keep up with a world that's constantly changing, and they may lack the tools, time, and access to learn how to face actual threats. Simulated environments may not appear or behave the way they do in real life, and classroom-based approaches don’t provide the big picture. Throughout this talk, our team of researchers …
 
For better or worse, the industry has coalesced around the big three frameworks: Angular, React and Vue. Each framework has it's own strengths and weaknesses, and Vue has positioned itself nicely as a balance between the ultra-opinionated Angular and the laissez-faire React. In this episode we discuss all three, why we're excited about Vue and why …
 
This week I'm joined by Esther Derby and we discuss how tech teams get so toxic and dysfunctional and what we can do about it. Esther will be speaking at a few shows this year including the Northern Virginia Software Symposium and our flagship event, Uberconf. Esther is the co-author of Behind Closed Doors - Secrets of great management along with J…
 
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