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What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history’s most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer Alia Tavakolian. Season 2 - Equifax: the worst breach ever. How hackers stole the most valuable data of 145 million people, why it matters, and what we can do about it.
 
Avast is launching a new series, Avast Hacker Archives, that uncovers the “Aha!” moments that hackers and researchers have had over the course of their careers. Jaya Baloo, Avast CISO and the host of the series, will be chatting with renowned security experts about their backgrounds, education, and, of course, their toughest and funniest hack stories and projects — nitty-gritty and technical details included. Security professionals, hardware experts, threat intelligence leads, privacy advoca ...
 
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t’s no coincidence that when our pandemic-stricken world went into lockdown mode in 2020, incidents of abuse via stalkerware spiked, especially in situations where the victimizer did not live with the victim. Then, as the lockdown began to be lifted in early 2021, stalkerware abuse spiked yet again. Abusers have learned over the past couple of year…
 
Today’s episode is sponsored by Botany.io – Botany is a virtual coach for software engineers that unblocks essential teamwork and levels up careers! Links: Michael on Twitter Michael’s essay on how systems are organisms Website Colin Breck – Quality Views Alan Kay at OOPSLA 1997 – The computer revolution hasn’t happened yet Subscribe on iTunes, Spo…
 
Troy Hunt is an Australian web security consultant known for public education and outreach on security topics. He created Have I Been Pwned?, a data breach search website that allows non-technical users to see if their personal information has been compromised. He has also authored several popular security-related courses on Pluralsight, and regula…
 
Several years ago, Chris Roberts was waiting for a train in Chicago. Bored, he found himself staring at one of the station’s LED display screens. Twenty minutes later, he had that screen programmed so that it pulsed the lyrics of “God Save the Queen” in Morse code for 30 seconds at a certain moment every single night. From what he understands, it’s…
 
Katie started with computers at age eight in her bedroom on a Commodore 64. She was the first female in her high school to take AP Computer Science and has continued to achieve many firsts in the hacking community. Katie is now an established pioneer and expert on bug bounty programs, vulnerability disclosure standards, handling processes and secur…
 
In this episode, Joe recollects about the first hack he ever presented at a conference. It was a Nikon D800 camera. The high-end apparatus used a very expensive proprietary Wi-Fi adaptor, and Joe didn’t understand why a generic $50 adaptor, at a tenth the cost, shouldn’t work just as effectively. Applying some electrical engineering skill and techn…
 
Today’s episode is sponsored by CodeSubmit – the best take-home assignments for your tech hiring! Links: Alex’s Twitter Alex’s Website Mob testing blog post Bredex website Book reference about “being technical” Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.By Michaela Greiler
 
Today’s episode is sponsored by CodeSubmit – the best take-home assignments for your tech hiring! Links: CodeSubmit Nader’s Twitter Full Stack Serverless – The Book by Nader The Full Stack Serverless Manifesto AWS Amplify Docs Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.By Michaela Greiler
 
Today’s episode is sponsored by CodeSubmit – the best take-home assignments for your tech hiring! Links: CodeSubmit Black Friday deals for awesomecodereview.com workshops Tomasz’s Twitter 7 years as a developer – lessons learned Tomasz’s Tech Blog OLX Group Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.…
 
Links: Follow Michaela’s Journey on YouTube and on Twitch Ben’s Twitter Rx.js Website Book your awesomecodereview.com workshop! Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.By RX.js, interviews, Open Source, Big 5, testing, dream job, Reactive Programming, FAANG, code reviews, software engineering, programming, tech job, Ben Lesh
 
Become a sponsor: https://www.se-unlocked.com Links: The previous episode with Kent Kent C. Dodds' Twitter Testing Javascript Testing Library Accessibility Tool: Axe Applitools: Functional and Visual Testing Cypress testing tool Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS.By Michaela Greiler
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Book your awesomecodereview.com workshop! Links: Emma's Twitter Emma's Interview Book Ladybug Podcast Study on Effects of Technical Interviews by North Carolina University: Blog post Research Paper You can also help make the podcast more accessible, by helping to edit the transcripts. You ca…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Code Review Workshops: Michaela’s Code Review Workshops Webinar: Michaela's secret sauce for fast and effective code reviews Links: Kent C. Dodd’s testingjavascript.com All Testing Blog Posts of Kent Testing Pyramid Write Tests. Not too many. Mostly integration. Test Confessions: How Plug-in…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: McKayla’s Code Review Workshops Trisha’s Twitter Trisha’s Website Jobs at Jetbrains Talk to “Why reading code is harder than writing code“ Felienne Herman: Teaching Programming Become a Patreon of the Podcast Show notes: Coming soon.By Michaela Greiler
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: Michaela's Code Review Workshops Martin's Twitter Martin's company Topmind Open Tech Table Show notes: Martin and I studied at the same University. And already back then, his main goal was to start his own company. So, with sweet ~25, or something like that he started Topmind - which,…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: McKayla's Code Review Workshops CodeStream YC Combinator Show notes: As so often, I start by asking Peter what brought him to where he is today. Because, when you look at Peter's CV, you see that he graduated in Computer Science, but that instead of building software, Peter started ou…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Have a look at Michaela's Code Review Workshops Links: Troy’s Website Have I been pwned Talk: Hack your career Shaming for bad security OWASP Top 10 Web Application Security Risks Show notes We start by talking about data breaches, and Troy tells me that he gets information about data breach…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: Dan's twitter profile Dan's Decade in review blog post React Blog JustJavaScript website Maggie Appleton: Co-creator of JustJavaScript Show notes: We start this episode by Dan explaining to me how he landed a job at Facebook. Turns out that Dan, who is originally from Russia, wasn't s…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: Courtland on Twitter Indiehackers Indie Hackers Podcast Rosie Sherry Show notes: In the beginning, I talk with Courtland about his journey to create the indie hacker community. I actually thought he created it right after graduating from college. But that's far from what happened. For…
 
Links: Laurie's website Laurie's twitter Gatsby career Show notes: We start off with Laurie describing her day-to-day work at Gatsby. Turns out, Laurie works fully-remote from her home office on a variety of things. Somehow, the tasks she describes sound to me like typical developer relations or developer advocacy tasks, but Laurie explains to me t…
 
Subscribe on iTunes, Spotify, Google, Deezer, or via RSS. Links: Suz's website Suz on Twitch Suz on Twitter Show notes: We start the episode by deep diving into Suz's current role at Stripe (0:35). She explains that she is a developer advocate, working with a lot of different folks at Stripe. She is responsible to make sure the Stripe terminal prod…
 
Links: Honeycomb Charity's website Christine Yen: Co-founder of honeycomb Post on engineering management: the pendulum or the ladder Paper about Scuba - Facebook's Scuba data management system for real-time analysis Show notes: We start of by Charity explaining why she founded honeycomb. It all happened during her time at Facebook. She actually tho…
 
Links: Derrick's Twitter account Website of the Git project Website of GitGitGadget Linus appoints Junio Hamano as the Git maintainer Brian Harry's post about the largest Git repository Show notes: First, we talk about how it comes that Derrick, as a former professor, is now working for Microsoft as a principal software engineer. (0:10) Derrick exp…
 
Links: Alper’s Twitter account Kuika the startup they are building Show notes: Alper starts by explaining to me why and how he joined this startup. (0:50) How did they find a business opportunity? (2:07) How did he choose the right technologies for building this idea? (3:02) Alper explains to me that he first build the apps they want to build, and …
 
Links: More about Leif How Automattic Hires Developers The Automattic Creed Open Positions at Automattic Detailed Show Notes: Leif switched from an academic career to industry (0:50) He explains his reasons for the switch, and we discuss that it is difficult to choose where you want to live when you want to become a professor (2:47) Leif got his ne…
 
Links: Hashnode – the developer community Syed Fazle Rahman, Sandeep’s co-founder Hashnode’s tech stack Remote – book from Basecamp Accel – the venture capital (VC) firm AI Superpowers – Book on how China uses AI Highlights and overview for you: The first 30 minutes: the entrepreneurial journey Starting from 26:00: we talk about the development pro…
 
**Links: ** Find a position at Microsoft through Microsoft's careers website Scott's blog post on feeling like a phony Rethinking how we interview in Microsoft’s Developer Division Website for newbies in open source: firsttimersonly.com Scott's productivity tips and Scott's talk about productivity Shownotes: To allow you to find interesting places …
 
Shownotes: To allow you to find interesting places here are the beginnings of some conversations: We start with how she found herself working remote for CodePen. (1:35) How it is for Cassidy to working remotely for CodePen (3:15) What is Cassidy's responsibility at CodePen (6:11) She is responsible for changing their web application from Ruby Rails…
 
Hello and Welcome to the software engineering unlocked podcast. I'm your host Doctor McKayla and I open you the doors to software companies such as Microsoft, Google or Facebook. But also to smaller startups such as Hashnode, Bitmov or Automatic. I talk to experienced developers from different companies about how they develop software. How did they…
 
Is the internet ruining our lives? But what about puppy pics and Twitter friends and immediate access to information?! In a sneak peek of Alia and Bob's new tech show, So, Bob, Alia and Bob tackle the world’s easiest question: is the internet good or bad? Listen to So, Bob now wherever you get your podcasts to hear the rest of this episode, and sub…
 
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