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Welcome to The Buzz with ACT-IAC – your source for the hot topics and top issues affecting the federal technology market. Join us each week to hear insights from government and industry leaders, stay informed on the topics facing government, gain access to thought leadership and valuable reports. Subscribe to follow us on your favorite podcast platform.
 
An interview podcast with people you may know, or very well may not know. We chat with actors, educators, comedians, musicians, artists, doctors, scholars, athletes, and more about jobs, life, world events, or sometimes, we just tell jokes. This is If Anyone Cares, the show that is whatever it needs to be, every episode. | Host: @RileyJamesIAC (Twitter & Instagram)
 
Welcome to Betatalks the podcast, in which we talk with friends from the development community. We chat not only about technology, but what drives them, inspires them and makes them unique. Rick and Oscar, Principal Cloud Architects at Betabit, invite developers, makers, Open Source maintainers and other amazing people from the .NET and Azure development community. Looking for more content? Have a look at our Betatalks video's.
 
Arbitration Life is an interview series with Ms. Janette N. Brin, our Centre Manager, and Ms. Hana Doumal, our Registrar, interviewing a wide range of practitioners involved in the field of Arbitration. Arbitration Life is sponsored by the British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre. Meeting the rapidly evolving dispute resolution needs of arbitration users worldwide, the BVI IAC is a neutral, impartial, efficient and reliable dispute resolution institution and conference center ...
 
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Day 2 Cloud

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Day 2 Cloud

Packet Pushers Interactive LLC

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What happens after you go cloud and the reality sinks in For some, the cloud is rainbows, puppies and happy promises. You’ve whiteboarded a vision, forecasted the benefits and made promises to the business. Now the real work begins. Is the design a reality ? How do you handle failure ? Can you cope with shifting demands, changing requirements, and security concerns all running on the unknown ?
 
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The DevSecOps Talks Podcast

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The DevSecOps Talks Podcast

Mattias Hemmingsson, Julien Bisconti and Andrey Devyatkin

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This is the show by and for DevSecOps practitioners who are trying to survive information overload, get through marketing nonsense, do the right technology bets, help their organizations to deliver value, and last but not the least to have some fun. Tune in for talks about technology, ways of working, and news from DevSecOps. This show is not sponsored by any technology vendor and trying to be as unbiased as possible. We talk like no one is listening! For good or bad :) For more info, show n ...
 
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This week, The Buzz presents a follow-up from last month's episode exploring the basics of digital services in Estonia. In this episode, we'll hear more about e-Estonia from someone who had a significant role in building it. Taavi Kotka helped expand Estonian e-governance when he became the nation's first Chief Information Officer in 2014. He was s…
 
According to Chris Wahl, everyone in an organization can lead--not just those with "chief" or "manager" in their job title. Leadership isn't about telling everyone else what to do. Not at all. Have a listen as Chris explains what it is to lead, and how you can do so yourself while enabling others around you to do the same. The post Day Two Cloud 15…
 
IAC x Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/isd6udf2ge8jixu9jmdvy7g22?si=lbVsX8nGR4GDU8S76ZjAXA&nd=1 Hot Girl Summer is a social media phenomenon, but what happens when you take the very idea of being "hot" and run with it? Lauren Lane explains what being a #HotGirl is, why she made the move, and how it has affected her life. She also chats about …
 
In this episode, we speak with Louëlla (Lou) Creemers. She is a web developer with a love for .NET. We talk about the tech content she creates and how she tries to bring value to the tech community through social media and by being a speaker. As a relative newcomer to Tech Twitter, how welcoming is the tech community, especially for women? Further,…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast brings you highlights from Cloud Field Day 14, where Day Two Cloud's Ned Bellavance was a delegate. The Field Day event brings together cloud vendors and tech bloggers for in-depth presentations. Ned will share highlights and impressions from presentations from companies including Weka, Alkira, and Morpheus Data. The p…
 
Artificial Intelligence technologies continue to develop in leaps and bounds with each passing year, and their impact on our lives will only become more salient as these tools increase in complexity and variety. Though AI applications have the potential to revolutionize nearly every sector of the economy, they also carry significant risks that will…
 
It's hard to guarantee quality of experience for users accessing cloud applications. The users are connected via networks we don’t own, and the apps are hosted on networks we don’t own. So what can a network operations team do about quality of experience in a world of cloud-hosted apps and cloud-connected users? Sponsor Broadcom Software is here to…
 
Join the Main Menu Live team as we remotely go where all have gone before, even out on the outer RIM of technology. In the first hour we salute Eric Damery of Vispero who is retiring after 28 years of spectacular service to so many Vispero JAWS users. We also present AIRA to talk with us all about the new AIRA Desktop solution among other topics. M…
 
This week, The Buzz with ACT-IAC presents a session from the 2022 Emerging Technology and Innovation Conference. This panel features a discussion among agency CIO's and industry leaders about how emerging AI tools are being used to manage data and guide decision making, as well as the limitations of AI in the government sphere. Speakers: Lexy Guent…
 
When Microsoft swapped out TSLint in favor of ESLint in SPFx v1.15, I think they went overboard with their default rules. In this episode, learn how to setup a reusable ESLint configuration & modify your SharePoint Framework projects to use your rules. Get any links, images, and resources mentioned in this episode in the associated blog post and Yo…
 
In this episode, we speak with Eve Pardi. She is a skilled Data Scientist and AI Engineer, the owner of AI42, and a board member of Global AI Community. Eve explains why she started AI42, what their mission is, and how AI is still something new and magical to most engineers. How there's still a disconnect between AI engineers and "normal" developer…
 
Imagine what it must be like to compete on the national level as an athlete. Imagine what would be like to compete on the national level as a wrestler. How about a female wrestler? A real Beauty AND a Beast, Keira Dafnis continues sharing a bit of her brief 17 years on planet earth as a wrestler and in thoughtful discussion about diversity, her own…
 
IAC x Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/isd6udf2ge8jixu9jmdvy7g22?si=lbVsX8nGR4GDU8S76ZjAXA&nd=1 A paramedic has an insane job… but according to Alexis Hardwick, sometimes they just hangout in parking lots. Hear the in and outs of EMS and plenty of stories from her time in Utah and Louisiana. Twitters: @IfAnyoneCares_ @RileyJamesIAC Instagram:…
 
Today on Day Two Cloud, we talk about why Terraform stinks. OK, maybe it doesn't stink, but just because everyone seems to love a particular tool doesn't make it right for you. We talk with Dan Moore, a developer advocate at FusionAuth, who tried to use Terraform and just couldn't get behind it. This episode is based on a presentation Dan gave at G…
 
After a storied, four-decade career in federal IT, Deputy Federal CIO Maria Roat retired in March of this year. Maria spent 25 years in the Navy and Naval Reserve, then served in leadership roles in an array of federal agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, the Small Business Administration and the Department of Transportation. Fe…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud turns the nerd knob to eleven as we delve into kernels, eBPF, sidecar proxies, and service meshes. If you're an old-school engineer used to working with load balancers and proxies, this show looks at new ways to do application delivery in the Kubernetes world. The post Day Two Cloud 154: Can eBPF Replace Sidecar Proxies? appea…
 
On the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea, south of Finland and west of Russia, lies the nation of Estonia. Since gaining independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, this tiny-but-mighty country has embarked on one of the most successful IT modernization efforts in the world. In less than 30 years, Estonia has gone from technological desert to fully …
 
I like ESLint & having rules to either enforce coding standards and/or good practices is a good thing. I like that SPFx projects now use ESLint over the long-deprecated TSLint. But vendors telling developers how to write code, especially imposing subjective or obsolete coding styles, isn’t cool. Get any links, images, and resources mentioned in thi…
 
In this episode we speak with Henry Been, in a busy period where it seems that all the in-person events are planned right before the summer. We share our experiences and opinions about developer productivity and the fact that "doing nothing" is necessary sometimes. Because Henry literally wrote the book 'Azure Infrastructure as Code', we dive into …
 
How many resumes can list winning a beauty pageant and a wrestling tournament? At least one and it belongs to Keira Dafnis, a female wrestler who will continue her grappling in college. Only seventeen, she is an accomplished wrestler on both the state (Illinois) and national level. Her beauty pageant winning face regularly sports the badges of hono…
 
IAC x Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/isd6udf2ge8jixu9jmdvy7g22?si=lbVsX8nGR4GDU8S76ZjAXA&nd=1 This episode has a man that is: DC born with Nigerian heritage, lived in Houston, college athlete in North Carolina, moved to Denmark, and now is in Los Angeles and wants to tell the story of all of it? I'm in. Chijioke "Choke" shares his thoughts …
 
This week, The Buzz with ACT-IAC presents a discussion about the many pieces of successful digital transformation - cultural change, new software and technologies, service design and more - from leaders in the Federal IT community who have undertaken these changes first-hand. This episode is hosted by Ben Kutil, Director for Technical Solutions at …
 
We heard a great quote at RESOLVE'22 this year which said, "customers pay for up time and companies pay for downtime". A rather adroit quote, and one that truly captures the Sisyphean challenge of ensuring applications are performant in the way we expect. When it comes to the Herculean task (wow - two mythological references in one opener!) of maki…
 
There is always tremendous value in decreasing latency in any decision-making process, particularly when we are dealing with stream processing in support of system and application observability. By running Metrics, Events, Logs, and Trace (MELT) data through an analytics algorithm at time of creation, on the very devices emitting the signals, organ…
 
Many, if not most, organizations operate as polyglots - polyglot environments, polyglot programming languages, polyglot persistence, and so on. Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) automation is no exception to this complexity with organizations often supporting polyglot IaC CICD tooling. Teams introduce this variability to achieve specific ends as some fr…
 
On Day Two Cloud we’ve had a lot of conversations about using infrastructure as code. We’ve looked at solutions like Ansible, Terraform, the AWS CDK, and Pulumi. Which begs the question, which IaC solution should you learn? A Domain Specific Language (DSL)? A General Purpose Programming Language (GPPL)? Something else? We discuss. The post Day Two …
 
Software development and hardware manufacturing has become increasingly globalized over the last 10 years. A single application can contain hundreds, or even thousands, of software components sourced from just as many vendors located all over the world. And each one of these components presents a potential entry point for attack. As evidenced by th…
 
We are discussing what has happened in Terraform world since the 1.0 release last year and if there are new features worth mentioning, trends in Terraform development, etc. As well as doing a recap of the road to 1.0 and how long it took us to get there. Connect with us on LinkedIn or Twitter (see info at https://devsecops.fm/about/). We are happy …
 
In this episode, I'll summarize what you can find, and share some additional details I found after spending some time picking apart this latest release of SPFx. Get any links, images, and resources mentioned in this episode in the associated blog post and YouTube video. If you enjoyed this episode, you might like our YouTube Channel (youtube.com/vo…
 
We’re excited to announce the Voitanos community on Discord! In this episode, you’ll learn what it is, how you can connect with fellow developers, and how to access exclusive channels available to students of our courses! Get any links, images, and resources mentioned in this episode in the associated blog post and YouTube video. If you enjoyed thi…
 
In this episode, we speak with Niels Swimberghe, a Belgian-American software engineer and content creator at Twilio. Of course, we want to know what Twilio is all about, known for, and why people should use it. How do they help developers build stuff with Twilio? Always striving to create the best experience for customers, getting feedback, and sha…
 
"We cant' let ourselves think about what and who we are leaving behind or it will break us. My daily routine was in every sense life giving. And what will make me feel that way when I return to the States?" Christine Herbert, Peace Corp volunteer and author of The Color of the Elephant, a book that recounts her African Peace Corp experience, answer…
 
Welcome to Day Two Cloud. In this episode we take on the problem of over-provisioning access to resources. Sponsor strongDM joins the conversation to share how to properly manage roles and access in our IT systems, focusing heavily on the process of discovery. Who has access to what, and why do they have that access? Our guest from strongDM is Brit…
 
Earlier this year, the United Nations Development Program released a special report entitled “New Threats to Human Security in the Anthropocene”, which details some of the unique, large-scale issues faced by human society in the 21st century. These are problems that require collective, comprehensive action. Unfortunately, such action has been diffi…
 
Today's Day Two Cloud podcast gets into Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and how to evaluate it so that IaC practices fit your organization, your processes, the infrastructure you're trying to support, and so on. Our guest lays out some guideposts to help you understand if IaC is working for you. The post Day Two Cloud 151: How To Tell If Infrastructur…
 
Last year, the Biden Administration issued a series of executive orders directing federal agencies to study and measure the effectiveness of government programs - both for program recipients and the federal workforce that implements them. Specifically, how do these programs perform when measured through the lens of equity and accessibility? This di…
 
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