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Chad Arimura, David Delabassee

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Inside Java is a podcast for Java Developers brought to you directly from the people that make Java at Oracle. We'll discuss the language, the JVM, OpenJDK, platform security, innovation projects like Loom and Panama, and everything in between.
 
Tabs AND Spaces is a podcast put together by three developers with over 40 years of collective experience in software development. We're here to tell you what we really think about the difficult problems that face software developers throughout their career and we promise that we won't always agree! Every month we meet new people who come on the show to share their experiences and make jokes at our expense, so what's not to like?
 
The MongoDB Podcast features guest interviews including developers, startups, and founders with MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate Michael Lynn. Learn about new and emerging technology, how to use the various MongoDB products and best practices, how organizations are using MongoDB, and what lead them to choose MongoDB over other databases.
 
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Legacy Code Rocks

Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford

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Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
The No Fluff Just Stuff (NFJS) Software Symposium Tour has delivered over 400 events with over 65,000 attendees. NFJS speakers are well-known developers, authors, and project leaders from the software development community. Join us for news and discussion around software development. Current topics include: Java, JavaScript, Scala, Groovy, Clojure, Cloud, Docker, Software Architecture, HTML 5, CSS, NoSQL, Spring, and other development technologies.
 
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by th ...
 
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In this nine-part series from MongoDB World 2022, MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate and host, Mike Lynn chats with Founder of Qubitro, Beray Bentesen. Qubitro is a device data platform for modern applications, and it can connect device data from multiple IoT networks for data companies so they can focus on business without the worries of scaling…
 
We’re Live. The guys start with a roundtable of ongoing projects that each has and is it going and giving each other great feedback to improve the whole process. One thing that came in common is Marketing Equity, there are just so many projects going on that there’s a point that focus is lost, so cutting off some of them may be the way to go. Thoug…
 
Whether it be entering new roles or being new to development altogether you'll always find that you'll need a helping hand from people ahead of you in your journey. But when it comes to your turn to be the helping hand it can be difficult to know how to be most effective. In this episode we spoke to Murali Suriar about how to be the best mentor/onb…
 
Build automation tools automate the process of building code, including steps such as compiling, packaging binary code, and running automated tests. Because of this, build automation tools are considered a key part of a continuous delivery pipeline. Build automation tools read build scripts to define how they should perform a build. Common build sc…
 
Creating great creative tools is extremely difficult. There are thousands of paths a user could take, and every aspect of the user experience has to be carefully considered and optimized for performance. And when you try to add real-time collaboration on top of that, you can be sure that you’re left with almost no time to focus on the core user exp…
 
Most technology companies rely on open source software projects. But open source software projects are often maintained by a group of people that is not affiliated with any particular company. When an open source project develops too much technical debt, it can become a tragedy of the commons. Who is responsible for maintaining these open source pr…
 
MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate and host, Mike Lynn chats with Founder and CTO of Ultrahuman, Vatsal Singhal at the MongoDB World event in NYC. Ultrahuman aims to deliver biofeedback that can inform users' health journeys by using a continuous glucose monitor. In today's conversation, the two will discuss how Ultrahuman uses MongoDB products w…
 
Mailchimp is an all-in-one marketing platform for growing businesses, empowering millions of customers around the world to launch, build, and grow their businesses with world-class marketing technology, award-winning customer support, and inspiring content. Eric Muntz is Mailchimp's CTO, responsible for the engineering teams that design, implement,…
 
Today, we’ll be talking about psychological safety. We’ll go into what is psychological safety and how important is it in the work space. Having a team that has more cohesive and safe environment is actually more important for performance of the team as a whole than having those 10x developers really cranking out code.…
 
Venture capital investment has continued to flow into technology startups. No one builds technology from scratch. There are cloud services, software libraries, 3rd party services, and software platforms that modern entrepreneurs must adopt to build their products efficiently and quickly. These layers of infrastructure are a key area for many invest…
 
Between hyper financialisation and the growth of automation in the world, trade and investments have become an ever more prevalent and important tool for the mass market. But the relative knowledge of professional and hobbyist investors is different, and so is the access to opportunities. Coinrule empowers regular people to compete with professiona…
 
Today on the show we're talking about streaming data and streaming applications with Apache Kafka. We're joined by Kris Jenkins, Developer Advocate from Confluent, and Rob Walters, Product Manager at MongoDB, who will discuss how you can leverage this technology to your benefit and use it in your applications. Kafka is traditionally used for buildi…
 
Jeromy Johnson is a distributed systems researcher focused on incentive mechanism design and trustless distributed system scalability. He joins us today to share how Protocol Labs is spearheading the innovation in web3. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com Keeper Security: Get started by visiting https://www.keepersecurity.co…
 
As crypto gains worldwide attention, the most scalable, resilient and performant systems are required for the industry to thrive. Products must be designed for a mix of technical and non-technical users. Blockchain.com's VP of Engineering Lewis Tuff takes us behind the scenes for a look at the architecture, programming languages and database choice…
 
This episode is hosted by Lee Atchison. Lee Atchison is a software architect, author, and thought leader on cloud computing and application modernization. His most recent book, Architecting for Scale (O’Reilly Media) is an essential resource for technical teams looking to maintain high availability and manage risk in their cloud environments. Lee i…
 
Melanie Frank, Capital One's Managing Vice President of Cyber Engineering, has spent two years learning and adapting in the ever-changing environment of the fintech world. In that time, she's developed a leadership style that is driven by continuous investment in her employees and creating a culture where continuous learning and testing is encourag…
 
Web3 promises to change the way we interact and transact online, but today’s dapps and wallets are hard to use. They are typically optimized for desktop machines and domain experts. In particular, it can be hard to bring value on-chain, and hard to know what to do once you’ve onboarded. Charlie Andrews-Jubelt is a software engineer who works on Val…
 
Chris Smith and Ivana Ivanovic of Retool drop by The MongoDB Podcast to discuss the State of Engineering Time report. How are developers spending their time, what tools are aiding them to be more productive and efficient, and why does it matter? All this and more in their conversation with host and MongoDB Principal Developer Advocate, Mike Lynn. H…
 
We’re live. One of the many problems that clients encounter is that they don't really understand how the process of any endeavor works or even worse than that, they can't trust the process. This seems to be a recurring problem with some of John's Clients, finding out that there’s actual work that they need to do, and realizing that the problem lies…
 
On today’s episode, we are joined by special guest, Ben Orenstein, to talk about remote pair programming. Ben is a developer, who after many years of working for other people decided to strike out on his own. He is the cofounder of an app called Tuple, which is specifically for remote pair programming.…
 
While Kubernetes has many benefits, there is often a need for teams to deploy a monitoring and observability stack to troubleshoot issues that happen within the cluster and the applications themselves. ContainIQ, an out-of-the-box solution, allows engineers to monitor the health of their cluster and troubleshoot issues faster. ContainIQ is unique i…
 
Imagine if you could refactor legacy code with a single CLI command? Well, you can, at least if you are working with PHP. Today we talk with Matthias Noback, a long-time web developer and the author of several programming books, including Rector - The Power of Automated Refactoring, which he co-wrote with Tomáš Votruba. Matthias tells us how to use…
 
Nearly all new tech companies build in a public cloud and established companies are rapidly migrating to the cloud from their on-prem data centers. But this move to the cloud can lead to a visibility problem. Cloud Providers offer not only Compute instances but also manage services like databases, blob storage, queues and more. It can be difficult …
 
How to build a rocket ship while flying it? In this episode, Cos returns to the show to discuss the technologies and approach Brex chose to create an engineering organization and innovation engine for the long term, while navigating shifts as the company continued to scale at a rapid pace. Cos and Jeff also cover the nuts and bolts of programming l…
 
It's an absolute necessity for security to be top-of-mind when writing and deploying software. In an ideal world, developers would also have the responsibilities of security engineers and build the appropriate risk-mitigation features into their software applications. In this conversation, Shea Stewart from GigaOm breaks down the things you need to…
 
We’re Live. Mani some stuff that did not work out as planned, but he’s not quite sure what exactly failed in the process. He and John start analyzing the whole scenario to find out and improve upon it. It is quite normal that this kind of problem arises from time to time, but as always this offers so much improving potential so it does deserve thor…
 
We all build software but why is it so hard for people to build software right?! You know, like you do? You do build software right....right? In this episode we speak with Devin Goble about why we all struggle to build great software despite us all knowing exactly how it should be done! If you have any questions you want to ask Devin then just drop…
 
Convex makes storing your application's data as easy as using React state management. If you can use React hooks, you can also manage your backend data using Convex. James Cowling is a former Dropbox infrastructure engineer turned startup founder. James joins the show to discuss how Convex offers a simpler full-stack developer experience than the t…
 
MongoDB Developer Advocate and host of The MongoDB Podcast Michael Lynn discusses best practices for attending your first tech conference. He also talks to guests including Mark Porter, CTO of MongoDB about MongoDB World happening this coming June 7-9 in NYC. Speakers in order of appearance: [1:14] Mark Porter, Keynote - Developers Build the Future…
 
Developers looking for read or write access to Ethereum, Polygon, IPFS or other Web3 networks in order to get their idea in the hands of users need reliable RPC endpoints they can count on, whether they are working on a hackathon project or running hybrid architecture for a production application. Infura provides a platform for developers to get ac…
 
Streaming data platforms like Kafka, Pulsar, and Kinesis are now common in mainstream enterprise architectures, providing low-latency real-time messaging for analytics and applications. However, stream processing - the act of filtering, transforming, or analyzing the data inside the messages - is still an exercise left to the receiving microservice…
 
The Kubernetes ecosystem has drastically changed how development teams ship software. While Kubernetes has provided many advancements in cloud infrastructure, it has also left organizations with massive security blindspots. KSOC was created to give developers and security teams a single control plane to harden multi-cluster Kubernetes environments …
 
We’re live. John and Mani get the conversation going with how the process of admittance in their programs should be, getting the right client is the core foundation that the program needs to work. There are definitely many ways to filter clients or even get an onboarding process, this is going to entirely depend on what type of actions the client h…
 
There is a lot of buzz around Kotlin, a new Java-based programming language that many think might eventually replace Java. But is all this talk justified, and are the predictions of replacement realistic? Today we talk with Duncan McGregor and Nat Pryce, the authors of Java to Kotlin. They reveal to us all the advantages of Kotlin, why and when you…
 
In software engineering, telemetry is the data that is collected about your applications. Unlike logging, which is used in the development of apps to pinpoint errors and code flows, telemetry data includes all operational data including logs, metrics, events, traces, usage, and other analytical data. Companies usually visualize this information to …
 
Tony Holmes is focused on creating the best possible solutions for tech organizations and a major part of that is understanding how to build successful and creative engineering teams. Software development, and technology as a whole, continues to advance at lightning fast speeds which makes bringing in qualified talent even more challenging. How can…
 
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