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Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
Gain the experience of your peers to accelerate improvement of your program and career. Improve your product development process, reliability or warranty performance; or your plant uptime or asset performance. Learn about reliability and maintenance engineering practical approaches, skills, and techniques. Join the conversation today.
 
Network Collective is a community-focused network engineering video podcast. Our episodes bring knowledge and insights of industry experts, pioneers, and peers to wherever you are. Topics range from protocol deep-dives to career management, but through a lens of what is relevant and valuable today. We get engineering because we are engineers. You can find all of our content at our website: https://thenetworkcollective.com
 
Hosted on the www.embedded-computing.com website as well as iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, and Alexa, the Embedded Insiders Podcast is a fun talk show for electronics engineers. Each week, Rich Nass, Brandon Lewis, Alix Paultre, and Laura Dolan of Embedded Computing Design tackle trends, news, and new products for the embedded, IoT, automotive, security, artificial intelligence, and other technology marketplaces in a light and accessible format.
 
Pragmatic is a discussion show contemplating the practical application of technology. Exploring the real world trade offs we look at how great ideas are transformed into products and services that can change our lives. Nothing is as simple as it seems.
 
Reliability Engineering Basics, Statistics, Accelerated Testing, Program Assessment and Improvement. Listen in on in depth discussions held during the live monthly Accendo Reliability webinar series. We explore topics ranging from reliability engineering basics, statistics, accelerated life testing, program assessment and improvement. Catch up or review past events below.
 
The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
 
Zengineering Podcast is for everyone who loves Science & Technology and also cares deeply about the beauty of Life's Big Questions. We (Adam & Brian) are obsessed with the spot where modern Science, Technology & Engineering meet Philosophy, Art & Spirituality. We have found this to be the place where the most interesting questions are both formulated and discussed. It's the place where mental models are born, and that's what we're really chasing. Are you? Support this podcast: https://anchor ...
 
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MEP EP#243: Schematics and Connectors, Name a More Iconic Duo... Parker Battery Charger debacle update Two batteries recovered, One failed Amazon Sidewalk draws electronics from among TI, Silicon Labs and Semtech Amazon Sidewalk, a new shared wireless network for IoT consumer device DXF to Board outlines? Eagles DXF importer doesn’t work all too we…
 
Model railroading has been a popular hobby for decades, but have you thought about all the forms of engineering that go into it? What a great way to get kids interested in STEM and STEAM!We were luck enough to be joined by President of Walthers (the leading name in model railroading), Stacey Walthers Naffah, to discuss the connections between model…
 
It looks like Russia is submitting a proposal to block TLS 1.3, ESNI, DoH , DoT, let us discuss Resources https://www.zdnet.com/article/russia-wants-to-ban-the-use-of-secure-protocols-such-as-tls-1-3-doh-dot-esni/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SORM--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hnasr/message…
 
Twitter is a social media platform with billions of objects: people, tweets, words, events, and other entities. The high volume of information that gets created on Twitter everyday leads to a complex engineering problem for the developers building the Twitter search index. Nico Tonozzi is an engineer at Twitter. He joins the show to talk through th…
 
In this episode of The Civil Engineering Podcast, I talk to Ron Burg, P.E., the Executive Vice President of the American Concrete Institute, also known as ACI. Ron discusses some interesting trends in the world of concrete, but also provides some important strategies for career development for civil engineering professionals based on his long and […
 
Summary Data engineering is a constantly growing and evolving discipline. There are always new tools, systems, and design patterns to learn, which leads to a great deal of confusion for newcomers. Daniel Molnar has dedicated his time to helping data professionals get back to basics through presentations at conferences and meetups, and with his most…
 
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: Questions I’m a team lead right now, but I’m leaving the company. When I discussed with my manager, I recommended a team member to take over my position and suggested raising his salary. In the end, the manager asked that team member to take over as team lead, but refused to raise his salary…
 
You Gotta Think – Part 1 of 2 Abstract Philip and Fred discussing why we need to think when we work with reliability in a light hearted discussion that topics like the speed of light, way back when in physics class, spinning hands, Ben Franklin, Super conducting submarine engines, keyboard jockey’s blind bliss, plug-n-chug – Spec & Dump, Universiti…
 
The Java ecosystem is maturing. The GraalVM high performance runtime provides a virtual machine for running applications in a variety of languages. TornadoVM extends the Graal compiler with a new backend for OpenCL. TornadoVM allows the offloading of JVM applications onto heterogeneous hardware. Juan Fumero works on TornadoVM. He joins the show to …
 
In this episode, we’re bringing on some special guests from Juniper Networks. We’re going to discuss the integration of Juniper Networks switches into the Mist dashboard. Our special guests are: Sujit Ghosh Ahbi Shamsundar Jussi Kiviniemi Our agenda for this episode is to get a look behind the scenes of integrating other platforms, such as switchin…
 
In this episode, I have a conversation with Matthew G. Dick, author of SEED: A Hard Science Fiction Novel about Survival, Colonization, and Leadership. Matthew is an experienced engineering manager who recently completed his first novel. He shares his experience writing the book, how he balanced work with a major side project, and how he has develo…
 
Ich spreche mit Dr. Sabine Wurmehl vom Leibniz-Institut für Festkörper und Werkstoffforschung Dresden darüber, was Kristalle überhaupt sind, warum man spezielle Kristalle herstellen möchte, wie man dabei vorgeht und was man dann mit den Ergebnissen macht. Ein Schwerpunkt des Gesprächs liegt dabei auf den verschiedenen Verfahren zur Kristallzüchtung…
 
While actual quantum computers are available from several different companies, we are currently in the Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) era. Working in the NISQ era presents a number of challenges, and the SEI is working to use NISQ devices not only to solve specific mission applications for the Department of Defense, but also to help determ…
 
The railway network in the UK is old and vast and home to the first public railway to use steam locomotives in the world. The Stockton and Darlington Railway opened in 1825 and connected coal mines in the northeast of England. It was the metal track, the coal-fired furnace, and the shrill whistle of the industrial steam engine that truly signalled …
 
Factories require quality assurance work. That QA work can be accomplished by a robot with a camera together with computer vision. This allows for sophisticated inspection techniques that do not require as much manual effort on the part of a human. Arye Barnehama is a founder of Elementary Robotics, a company that makes these kinds of robots. Arye …
 
In this episode of The Structural Engineering Channel Podcast, we talk to Sam Carigliano, CEO and co-founder of SkyCiv Engineering. Sam talks about how the cloud is shifting the way we design and also talks about programming in structural engineering. Engineering Quotes: Here Are Some of the Questions We Ask Sam Carigliano in This Episode: Do you t…
 
This month’s episode of The Engineers Collective features Steve Cockerell and Shannon Clemons from Bentley Systems talking to NCE’s news editor Rob Horgan about Bentley Systems’ The Year in Infrastructure 2020 Conference. Due to COVID-19, Bentley Systems decided to cancel or postpone all the company’s physical conferences and events in 2020. This n…
 
Philip Kiely discusses his book Writing for Software Developers. Software development primarily involves writing code but strong written communication skills are critical. Technical comprehension is vital but solid written communication skills are also...By IEEE Computer Society
 
Jen and Alvaro chat with Natalie Silvanovich (http://natashenka.ca/) about Tamagotchis and reverse engineering. Project Zero Tamagotchi Virus Therapy Science Fair Project Blackberry Kwartzlab Travis Goodspeed GeneralPlus Mr. Blinky MyMeets SpritesMods - Tamagotchi Singularity and (Hackaday Supercon Talk Video) Tamagotchi 4U Android APK Apktool smal…
 
Howdy, Zengineers! Did you know everything you do all day runs on software? Yup. It’s true. Everything. Well … I mean, not EVERYTHING, but pretty much everything. Your car. Your electricity. Your phone. Your computer. Your TV. Even our dishwashers and blenders, doorbells and lights, all run on software. There’s no way around it. Software is powerfu…
 
Essential Reliability Engineering Techniques podcast episode with speaker Fred Schenkelberg The difficult part of creating this list of essential techniques is to avoid selecting just the most common. There is an overlap between essential and those commonly used, yet essential implies a technique is crucial. Crucial on rare yet very important situa…
 
The art of convincing a person or persons to take an action that may or may not be in their best interests. Social engineering in some form or the other has been around since the beginning of time. The biblical story of Esau and Jacob might be considered one of the earliest written social engineering stories. As applied to cybersecurity, it usually…
 
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