Best developerworks podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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IBM developerWorks podcasts
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Scott Laningham, editor of developerWorks podcasts, talks with thought leaders in many fields, paying extra attention to the computing and software element with each focus. This feed also features other developer-related podcasts from IBM.
 
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IBM developerWorks podcasts
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Scott Laningham, editor of developerWorks podcasts, talks with thought leaders in many fields, paying extra attention to the computing and software element with each focus. This feed also features other developer-related podcasts from IBM.
 
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The New Builders Podcast
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Today’s applications are central to decision-making at all levels of society – whether it’s helping municipal governments monitor critical infrastructure using smart sensor data, or helping consumers find the nearest store to buy their favorite brand of cereal. The New Builders podcast features interviews with the innovators behind these apps, in which they reveal their best practices, latest projects and favorite tools.
 
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IBM Dojo Podcast
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Discussions on emerging technology trends with IBMers and industry leaders.
 
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Mainframe, Performance, Topics
 
Martin Packer (Principal z Systems Investigator) and Marna Walle (z/OS Development) are two IBMers talking about whatever z/OS topics come to mind. Often guest experts weigh in on current technologies. This podcast will give you timely, interesting, and entertaining z/OS topics. Each episode comprises a “Mainframe” item, a “Performance” item, and “Topics” which is anything Martin or Marna care to talk about, which might or might not be related to their jobs. So it goes…
 
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Saf and Alayna (guest host) are joined by special guest John Kane, a developer working under the moniker 'gritfish' on games like Mallow Drops and Killing Time at Lightspeed. We discuss the game of the month: Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator. ❤️ Next month: Pyre 💛 Twitter: @QueerlyRepMe 💚 Website: http://QueerlyRepresent.Me 💙 Saf: @Wanderlus ...…
 
Mistakes are a great way to level up as a WordPress developer. Debugging for a example, is almost an art form of fixing mistakes. We’ve all been there, sometimes its a code mistake, sometimes its something we realize we DEFINITELY should not be doing till after the fact. Today we discuss some of those Do NOT Code in the WordPress “Editor” If yo ...…
 
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Remotely Software
 
This week I talked with Drew Bisset a remote software developer working out of Lexington, VA. We discussed Dealing with isolation, creating boundaries, moving to a rural environment, remote leadership, creating a culture of learning, and remote hiring. Children interrupt BBC News interview - BBC News Mob Programming weworkremotely.com Search Ha ...…
 
This week I talked with Taylor Brooks, a remote software developer working out of Austin. In this episode we discuss building out a remote workspace, deep work and scheduling time, advantages and drawbacks to pair programming, and feeling planted in a place as a remote worker. Magsafe USB-C Spectacle Dash Alfred Appear.in Deep Work Taylor's spo ...…
 
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Healthy Software Development with Jayme Edwards
 
Today I'll share what I've learned over 10 years of first being a developer working directly for software companies, and then 10 years working as a software consultant. I hope this helps anyone evaluating the trade offs of a software developer vs consultant, and figuring out what's better for your career. Watch this episode on YouTube: https:// ...…
 
Angel Muniz is a Hololens Developer working in Art & Design through an environment and prop creation for Unity and Unreal Engines. She co-organized 3D Learning Network on Facebook for industry vets, juniors, and recent grad artists. She also tutors in 3D art and lighting for games and films. In this episode we discuss: How she spoke with Bungie ...…
 
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This week I talked with Olivier Lacan a software developer working for Code School out of Paris. In this episode we talk about setting up a remote workspace, including less common things like considering the lighting in your office to help your team pick up on your non-verbal communication, how he started working remotely, guiding your organiza ...…
 
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See all episodesSubscribe on iTunesSubscribe on Google Play MusicSubscribe by email Also available on your favorite Android podcast app. Here are the show notes for Episode 14 "In the Long Run". The show is called this because the episode ran much longer than usual, and it is of fitting length if you have a very long commute. Followups Martin h ...…
 
I attended a massively interesting* talk last week by some developers at Disney, talking about how they use code to build the amazing worlds and characters in their films. From Wall-E to Moana to Star Wars, the developers at Pixar, Disney Animation Studios, and Industrial Light & Magic (LucasFilm) play a big role in creating some awesome movies ...…
 
Earlier this month, Compose's JP Phillips (@jipperinbham) gave a talk at CoreOS Fest, "Data Pipelines Made Easier with Kubernetes." JP joins the New Builders to share a little bit about his talk (3:06) and broader issues around containers and open source, including the current state of Kubernetes (7:24), the role of Compose Transporter as an ET ...…
 
Offshoring and Latin American Developers - David Hemmat For this episode of Ruby Rogues we have Jason Sweat and Brian Hogan for our panel along with Charles Max Wood and a special guest, David Hemmat from BlueCoding.com. David and the Blue Coding team work to connect developer talent to businesses in need through a thorough process of vetting a ...…
 
In David Taieb's view, the best line of code is the one you didn't have to write. Hence the inspiration behind PixieDust, an open source helper library, built by Taieb and his team. PixieDust makes it easier for users of Jupyter Notebooks to start analyzing data quicker, without nearly as much coding, and simplifies data science for developers ...…
 
All The Things In this episode, I am chatting with Morten Rand-Hendriksen. As someone who has taken most, if not all his courses on Lynda.com – all I can say is WOW – this is awesome. Let’s get started! Morten Rand-Hendriksen Instructor, educator, speaker at LinkedIn Learning, helping people master WordPress, the web, and online communication. ...…
 
All The Things In this episode, I am chatting with Morten Rand-Hendriksen. As someone who has taken most, if not all his courses on Lynda.com – all I can say is WOW – this is awesome. Let’s get started! Morten Rand-Hendriksen Instructor, educator, speaker at LinkedIn Learning, helping people master WordPress, the web, and online communication. ...…
 
Karak, Silver, GB, and Rej sit down for gaming talk from around the world I am not one of those bigger gaming website no 2 minute reviews here only details. Coverage includes ps4, xbox one, pc, xbox 360, Wii, Wiiu, Switch, and digital storefronts like Steam, as well as companies like Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo ►https://www.patreon.com/AngryCe ...…
 
Karak, Silver, GB, and Rej sit down for gaming talk from around the world I am not one of those bigger gaming website no 2 minute reviews here only details. Coverage includes ps4, xbox one, pc, xbox 360, Wii, Wiiu, Switch, and digital storefronts like Steam, as well as companies like Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo ►https://www.patreon.com/AngryCe ...…
 
It's that time of year for the annual conversation between The New Builders and ODPi, the Linux Foundation project standardizing the big data ecosystem around Apache™ Hadoop®. We met up with ODPi VP of Technology Roman Shoposhnik at ApacheCon 2017 in Miami, building on the interview we conducted last year with ODPi Director John Mertic in Vanco ...…
 
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The New Builders Podcast
 
The data layer doesn't always get the top billing it deserves in app development circles. To shine a light on the databases that power today's top apps, Compose is hosting its second annual DataLayer event on Wednesday, May 17 at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin. To preview DataLayer, we're joined by Thom Crowe (@thomcrowe) from Compose, who shar ...…
 
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Here are the show notes for Episode 13 "We'll Always Have Paris". The show is called this because both Marna and Martin reminisce about lovely times in the City of Light. Where we've been Martin has been to Chicagoland to visit a customer, and partake in the local victuals. Marna has just returned from vacation (hence, the title and Topics topi ...…
 
FreeNAS is an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data. Use FreeNAS with ZFS to protect, store, backup, all of your data. FreeNAS is used everywhere, for the home, small business, and the e ...…
 
Rob and Jason are joined by Udit Patidar and Anoop Prabha from Intel to discuss Intel's C++ Compiler and suite of Performance tuning Software Development Tools. Anoop Prabha is currently a Software Engineer in Software and Services Group at Intel working with Intel® C++ Compiler Support. He played paramount role in driving customer adoption for ...…
 
After playing to two full houses at SXSW, the panel "From Mobile First and Offline First" is taking over the airwaves of the New Builders Podcast. For this third go-round, Offline Camp alums Maureen McElaney (IBM Watson Data Platform), Gregor Martynus (Neighbourhoodie), Nolan Lawson (Microsoft Edge and PouchDB) and Dan Zajdband (OpenNews) are j ...…
 
Nikolas Crisci is a German solo indie developer working on Will Glow the WISP. His game has recently been greenlit on Steam. Listen to him talk about his work, his experience and insight on Steam Greenlight, and some of his recommended games! Reference links: Nikolas on Skirmish: https://skirmish.io/u/parttimeindie Nikolas website: https://part ...…
 
Nikolas Crisci is a German solo indie developer working on Will Glow the WISP. His game has recently been greenlit on Steam. Listen to him talk about his work, his experience and insight on Steam Greenlight, and some of his recommended games! Reference links: Nikolas on Skirmish: https://skirmish.io/u/parttimeindie Nikolas website: https://part ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 168 of Parents Press Play & Friends. This week, in Reading is Tough, we have one Dad and one "Friend" together to discuss the latest in the world of technology, entertainment, and videogames. This week, Kaleb, @kahleeb on Twitter, and Josh, @sil3ntv3lcro on Twitter, talk about: Persona 5, Xbox One Dashboard Update, Destiny 2, ...…
 
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Here are the show notes for Episode 12 "Baker's Dozen". The show is called "Baker's Dozen" because it is the thirteenth episode, after starting at Episode #0. Where we've been Martin has not been anywhere since our last podcast. Marna has not been anywhere, either. Mainframe Our "Mainframe" topic discussed some fun small enhancements Marna has ...…
 
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Here are the show notes for Episode 11 "XI-Ting". The show is called "XI-Ting" because, well, it is episode #11 and we had one shot at the Roman numeral to use and took it. Follow-ups In Episode 10 we talked about the Workflow iOS app, and its role in automation. Just this week it was announced Apple has bought the Workflow app and its develope ...…
 
Darren, Jesse and Stuart reconvene for the first WTF Tech show in several millennia(!), and discuss IBM Connect (including appdev futures and Connections Pink), Mobile World Congress news and device announcements and then roll back the years to share their first experiences online… (Recorded Friday 10th March 2017) Show notes: Chitchat Jesse’s ...…
 
E.T. by Atari is widely regarded as one of the worst videogames ever created. Based upon the wildly popular film Steven Spielberg, it was made in under six weeks by a single developer working on hardware that was, by 1982 standards, utterly archaic. The Atari 2600, the console on which the game was released, had just 128 bytes of RAM – not 128K ...…
 
Special Guest Host: Ricardo "Fluffy Pony" SpagniA word on Junseth, and the future of BU. (Without Junseth)Recaping the Local bitcoiner trader, replay of bruce wagner's admission. Fluffy talks alcoiner conspiracies: https://www.reddit.com/r/btc/comments/5vilwn/consider_this_leaders_and_founders_of_altcoins/de2osi9/?context=2Thailand updates. Blo ...…
 
The TV landscape has progressed far beyond the days of the Big Three television networks and single-TV households. For media companies, this wave of new cable channels and OTT providers, plus consumer behaviors like cord-cutting, has increased pressure to optimize programming schedules and hyper-target audiences for advertising purposes. On thi ...…
 
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Here are the show notes for Episode 10 "234U". The show is called "234U" because: We are very happy that we can talk about z/OS V2.3 now that it's been previewed on February 21, 2017. We liked the consecutiveness 2-3-4, and U added works nicely. Where we've been Martin has not been anywhere (except for Hursley, UK) since our last podcast. Marna ...…
 
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Here are the show notes for Episode 9 "Back in Black". The show is called "Back in Black" because: We've been away for a long time, traveling for Martin and on vacation for Marna. A vague reference to a BBC tv show about British fantasy author, Terry Pratchett We are very happy to be resuming our episodes, and the next isn't far behind this one ...…
 
Mike Singleton is the co-founder of Iterate, a product that helps you get the feedback you need to build better products and make better decisions. Mike started off his career as a developer working for a small startup in NYC before joining the early stage team at Foursquare. He later became the VP of Engineering and help build the team that fo ...…
 
Infrastructure is a term that can mean many different things: your physical computer, the data center of your Amazon EC2 cluster, the virtualization layer, the container layer–on and on. In today’s episode, podcasters Chris Wahl and Ethan Banks discuss the past, present, and future of infrastructure with me. Ethan and Chris host Datanauts, a po ...…
 
IBM Developer Advocate Mark Watson (@markwatsonatx) joins developerWorks TV's Calvin Powers (@cspowers) to preview his talk at DeveloperWeek 2017, "Building and Designing Bots and Bot Architectures." Mark discusses developers' interest in incorporating chatbots into their apps (4:18), the different types of chatbots and the messaging platforms ...…
 
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Complete Developer Podcast
 
To begin some basic concepts of almost any programming language include variables, control structures, data structures, syntax, and tools. Variables are ways of storing information to be used in your code. Typically they are labeled with a ‘symbolic name’ which describes the information they store though they are sometimes obscured. The value o ...…
 
Kamal Shannak (@shannakam) and his team have been building IBM Graph since 2015. In that short time, they've become part of a growing group of enthusiasts and fans of graph databases - a relatively new database technology. In this interview, Kamal and podcast host Kamille Nixon (@kamillenixon) discuss the beginnings of IBM Graph and the importa ...…
 
Today we’re going to answer questions from listeners. We’re focusing on development today, and if we don’t get to your question, we will get to it soon, so go ahead and get in touch if you have a question that you would like answered. We also apologize because our sponsorship form wasn’t working, but we’ve got it fixed now. If you’re interested ...…
 
Today we’re going to answer questions from listeners. We’re focusing on development today, and if we don’t get to your question, we will get to it soon, so go ahead and get in touch if you have a question that you would like answered. We also apologize because our sponsorship form wasn’t working, but we’ve got it fixed now. If you’re interested ...…
 
This episode we interview Matt McCormick, a former international freelancer and current Sr. Software Developer at Rooof You can find Matt online at mattmccormick.ca Support Matt Try TouchingBase.io to set follow up reminders right inside Gmail. Check out his book Programming Spiritually Show Notes On this episode we talk about living internatio ...…
 
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