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Behind the Tech invites listeners to geek out with an amazing line-up of tech heroes, inventors and innovators. Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott takes tech enthusiasts behind-the-scenes to meet AI experts, computer scientists, authors, musicians, digital leaders, bioengineers and neuroscientists who have made discoveries, built tools, and literally helped make our modern world possible.
 
This is Pick Up the PaSE (Podcast Assisted Software Engineering) with your host, the PaSE Master, Steve Essich, I want you to be more successful in the implementation and delivery of high-quality, mission-critical software systems. Drawing upon 40+ years of experience, I provide my pacers with information, opinions, advice, suggestions, and occasionally even wisdom.
 
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 ...
 
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Build is a weekly podcast brought to you by Pivotal Tracker hosted by Poornima Vijayashanker, the founder of Femgineer. In this show, Poornima hosts innovators in tech and together they debunk myths and misconceptions related to building tech products and companies.
 
Sync Up will take you behind the scenes of OneDrive. Hosts Ankita Kirti and Jason Moore will shed light on how OneDrive connects you to all your files in Microsoft 365 so you can share and work together from anywhere. Hear from experts behind the design and development of OneDrive, as well as customers and Microsoft MVPs. Each episode will also give you news and announcements, tips and best practices for your OneDrive experience. Transcripts provided with each episode.
 
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Members of Technical Staff at the Software Engineering Institute

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In these short videos, experts from the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) deliver informative snapshots of our latest research on the changing world of all things cyber. The SEI is a federally funded research and development center sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University.
 
Real answers to questions about work and life in software development. Are you just starting your first software development job? Or working towards that next step in your career? Just wondering if software engineering is for you, and how to get into the industry? Or managing developers, and wondering how? Send in your question to askanengineeringmanager@gmail.com, and we will tell you what we wish we had known in your place.
 
Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing ...
 
The Uptake with Anna Chu is a new show on all things tech and community. Host Anna Chu will be traveling and introducing you to people all over the world as she follows the path of Microsoft Ignite The Tour. The show covers topics in the world of tech, as well as uncovers people’s journeys - and how-tos - of professional learning, development and community building. You will meet inspiring people in the community of tech and get inspired to be a part of a vast and expanding community in your ...
 
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In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Douglass Post and Richard Kendall, authors of "Creating and Using Virtual Prototyping Software: Principles and Practices" discuss with principal researcher Suzanne Miller experiences and insights that they gleaned from applying virtual prototyping in CREATE (Computa…
 
By all recent measures, the cybersecurity workforce is woefully understaffed. According to (ISC)², the cyber workforce gap in the United States was 377,000 open positions in 2021. The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has been working with the U.S. government to development novel approaches designed to shrink …
 
PostgreSQL is a free and open-source relational database management system. Postgres-based databases are widespread and are used by a variety of organizations, from Reddit to the International Space Station, and Postgres databases are a common offering from cloud providers such as AWS, Alibaba Cloud, and Heroku. Neon is a serverless open-source alt…
 
In this episode of Quality Bits, Lina talks to Alaa Sarhan, the CTO at wundertax. Alaa is not only a great engineer, but also someone who is passionate and caring when it comes to product. You'll hear about the idea of perceived quality, as well as how to balance off product and engineering when creating high-quality products. Find Alaa on: - Twitt…
 
Today, we spoke with Daniel Situnayake of Edge Impulse. We discussed AI, machine learning, edge devices, TinyML and AI tool chain. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com Merge: check out Merge today at https://www.merge.dev/daily Apple Card: https://www.apple.com/apple-card/ Keeper Security: Get started by visiting https://www.…
 
Today, we spoke with Toma Pujlak and Vedran Jukic of Codeanywhere. We discussed Cloud-based dev environments, Cloud-based IDEs, Infrastructure as code, Dev containers and Live collaboration. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com Apple Card: https://www.apple.com/apple-card/ Work OS: To learn more and get started, go to https:/…
 
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…
 
In this webcast, Carol Smith, Carrie Gardner, and Michael Mattarock discuss maturing artificial intelligence (AI) practices based on our current body of knowledge. Much as it did for software engineering in the 1980s, the SEI has begun formalizing the field of AI engineering, beginning with identifying three fundamental pillars to guide AI engineer…
 
Cloud computing provides tools, storage, servers, and software products through the internet. Securing these resources is a constant process for companies deploying new code to their cloud environments. It’s easy to overlook security flaws because company applications are very complex and many people work together to develop them. Wyze Labs, for ex…
 
In this episode of Quality Bits, you'll hear about so many aspects of building the right product. Lina's guest is Nadine Oldorf who shares her experience on stakeholder management, continuous discovery, working on writing user stories, or why there may be resistance from delivery teams when it comes to product feature building. You'll learn not onl…
 
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…
 
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, visiting scientist Rick Kazman and principal researcher Suzanne Miller discuss software architecture patterns and the effect that certain architectural patterns have on quality attributes, such as availability and robustness. Kazman also provides examples of mechani…
 
Software engineering can be a surprisingly grueling career. It is both physically and mentally demanding to sit in front of a screen for hours on end producing code. Andy Johns is our guest in this episode. Andy previously worked on growth at Facebook, Twitter, and Quora as an early employee. He’s also an investor in Robinhood, Webflow, and Reforge…
 
Niko-Niko is a visual calendar tool that can be used to track the emotions of your team members, similar to that of a happiness index or a mood board. It contains a column for your team members’ names and provides them the opportunity to record their emotions at the end of every workday with emoticons and other graphics, allowing you to track patte…
 
Data analytics technology and tools have seen significant improvements in the past decade. But, it can still take weeks to prototype, build and deploy new transformations and deployments, usually requiring considerable engineering resources. Plus, most data isn't real-time. Instead, most of it is still batch-processed. Tinybird Analytics provides a…
 
Welcome Pacers. I am interrupting my new episode series on software architecture by introducing something new, detour episodes. These episodes which will appear from time to time, will depart from the mainline episodes, and talk about topics that interest me and I think will be interesting to you. Today’s detour is entitled Ray & Ed Take Us To Scho…
 
DevSecOps encompasses all the best software engineering principles known today with an emphasis on faster delivery through increased collaboration of all stakeholders resulting in more secure, useable, and higher-quality software systems. In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, researchers Tim Chick and J…
 
Application security is usually done with a set of tools and services known as SIEM - Security Information and Event Management. SIEM tools usually try to provide visibility into an organization’s security systems, as well as event log management and security event notifications. The company Panther takes traditional SIEM security a step further. P…
 
Today on The Rabbit Hole we are talking about extreme programming and to help us with this we welcome our very own Kevin Thomas. Kevin is a consultant at Stride and a strong proponent of extreme programming! During the conversation we’ll cover the values that typify XP and unpack the importance of each of these after looking briefly at a definition…
 
XKCD is one of our favorite webcomics - and it started out as doodles in Randall Munroe's college notebooks. Munroe describes his work as “a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.” In this episode, he joins Kevin to talk about how he got started, where his inspiration comes from and his latest book, What If? 2: Additional Serious Scienti…
 
In this initial episode of Quality Bits, Lina talks to Steve Upton about the definition of quality, Cynefin, deleting the bugs (?!!!), and so much more. Find Steve on: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/steve_upton?lang=en - LinkedIn: https://de.linkedin.com/in/stevejupton Book recommendations: "Sources of Power: How People Make Decisions" by Gary Klei…
 
What's Quality Bits? Who is it for? And... why is it called Quality Bits? In the short trailer, host Lina Zubyte shares a story of the name and provides a glimpse of what to expect in the following episodes. Follow Quality Bits host Lina Zubyte on: - Twitter: https://twitter.com/buggylina - LinkedIn: https://de.linkedin.com/in/linazubyte - Website:…
 
Maintaining availability in a modern digital application is critical to keeping your application operating and available and to keep meeting your customers growing demands. There are many observability platforms out there and certainly Prometheus is a popular open source solution for cloud native companies yet operating an observability platform, c…
 
As software engineering teams start to build products that become more and more mature. It becomes necessary to be able to debug complex issues with tooling that enables understanding of the full scenario. This can come from application scenarios where APIs are running multiple versions, where users are using your app from multiple devices, device …
 
Welcome back to the podcast everyone and thanks for sticking with us through our little hiatus! Today Michael is riding solo and talking about Tailwind CSS. You can expect to hear his thoughts on the pros and cons of using it, some comparisons, and delivering a verdict on whether he would continue to use it in the future. We also share some thought…
 
Web infrastructure has evolved from individual servers to shared hosting services to virtual machines and virtual functions. The future of the internet however is looking toward a much more distributed computation model blockchain technology is central to the future of this modern internet of blockchains are still in their infancy and the most peop…
 
In today’s podcast, you’ll see how Prophecy’s low-code data engineering platform, built on Spark and Airflow, provides a complete solution for developing, deploying, and monitoring data pipelines. We’ll speak with Raj Bains, who is the founder & CEO of Prophecy. Raj has spent two decades building powerful tools - Microsoft Visual Studio, founding e…
 
Lee Atchison spent seven years at Amazon working in retail, software distribution, and Amazon Web Services. He then moved to New Relic, where he has spent four years scaling the company’s internal architecture. From his decade of experience at fast-growing web technology companies, Lee has written the book Architecting for Scale, from O’Reilly. As …
 
In this webcast, Shannon Gallagher and Dominic Ross discuss what deepfakes are, and how they are building AI/ML tech to distinguish real from fake. They will start with some well-known examples of deepfakes and discuss what makes them distinguishable as fake for people and computers.By Shannon Gallagher and Dominic Ross
 
If you’ve ever run into issues with CORS (cross-origin resource sharing), just know that you are not alone! In today’s episode we ask, ‘What the CORS?!’ and delve into the mechanics of CORS, the purpose it serves, and how to keep from freaking out when you receive a baffling error message in your browser. Learn how CORS is engineered to protect mul…
 
In this podcast from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Jason Larkin and Daniel Justice, researchers in the SEI’s AI Division, discuss a paper outlining their efforts to simulate the performance of Quantum Approximate Optimization Algorithm (QAOA) for the Max-Cut problem and compare it with some of the best classical alt…
 
Data is becoming a bank’s biggest asset. These complex enterprises have a huge opportunity ahead - to transform themselves to become a trusted hub of a much broader data ecosystem that goes beyond the financial industry and helps to form a new class of cross-industry experience architectures that are scalable and transparent. The data physics that …
 
Enabling authorization policies across disparate cloud-native environments such as containers, microservices and modern application delivery infrastructure is complex and can be a roadblock for software engineering teams. Open Policy Agent, or OPA, is an open, declarative, policy-as-code approach to authorization that reduces security and complianc…
 
Cloud native applications utilizing microservice architectures has grown into one of the most popular application architectural patterns in recent years. The value of leveraging dynamic cloud resources, along with the flexibility and scalability of microservice architectures, creates a strong paradigm that's hard to miss. The strong adoption of Kub…
 
Building on last week's episode about continuous integration, today we explore the idea of continuous delivery and whether it is the best way forward. We start off with some basics, defining continuous delivery and what can truly fall into this category. From there we weigh the value of a deployment button and the difference that this single step i…
 
Permissions are Hard! And they are becoming harder as we move more into the Cloud-native ecosystem. If we go back in time to the point where it was just a single monolith that you were building on your own. You'll probably have a framework to manage the permissions for you. But when you are working with distributed microservices, especially if you …
 
Have you ever wondered who was behind the creation of Google Docs? Kevin talks with Sam Schillace, one of the people who launched the transformational – and at the time controversial – idea 16 years ago. Today, Sam is an engineering Corporate VP focusing on consumer product culture and next generation productivity who stresses the importance of ask…
 
It's OneDrive's 15th birthday, and all the presents are for you. On this episode, Ankita Kirti and Mark Kashman chat with Arwa Tyebkhan (Principal GPM | OneDrive) and Steven Bailey (CVP OneDrive and SharePoint engineering) to celebrate both OneDrive’s 15th lap around the sun AND to hear more about the new OneDrive Home experience. We first go into …
 
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