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Behind the Tech invites listeners to geek out with an amazing line-up of tech heroes who have made our modern world possible. Join Microsoft’s Chief Technology Officer Kevin Scott, as he takes tech enthusiasts of all ages behind-the-scenes with innovators and pioneers. Find out what inspired them to create tech that has had an impact on the lives of developers and folks around the world. Sign up, tune in, and geek out.
 
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 ...
 
The Software Misadventures Podcast is where we sit down with software and devops experts to hear their stories from the trenches about how software breaks in production. The show hosts - Ronak, Austin and Guang - have seen first hand how stressful it is when something breaks in production but they have also found it to be the best opportunity to learn about a system more deeply. On this show, they discuss with fellow engineers the principles and practical tips to build resilient software as ...
 
The Tech Unlocked Podcast aims to demystify and diversify the tech industry by giving you the keys to unlock your tech career. On this show, you'll hear authentic and informative career conversations with incredible guests on how to get a job in tech and build a successful tech career. By sharing diverse and unique career stories, I hope to give you the keys to unlock YOUR own tech career. Visit www.techunlockedpod.com and use #techunlockedpod on twitter to continue the conversation.
 
Build is a weekly podcast brought to you by Pivotal Tracker hosted by Poornima Vijayashanker, the founder of Femgineer. In this show, Poornima hosts innovators in tech and together they debunk myths and misconceptions related to building tech products and companies.
 
Gosh - keeping up with web development technologies is hard! We interview the best devs in the industry who share their strategies on how they do it. We get insight into their passion for programming, the methods and tools they can’t live without, and how they keep up with the industry's rapid pace. Every episode ends with a "Quickfire Question Round": answers to 5 rapid-fire questions provide some invaluable tips on how to become a first class dev. Keep pushing the limits, and keep pushing ...
 
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IT infrastructure are the components required to operate IT environments, like networks, virtual machines or containers, an operating system, hardware, data storage, etc…. As companies build out different deployment environments with infrastructure configurations, they must maintain the different environments, replicate them, and update them. The m…
 
Jonathan goes to the Apple Store to see the AirPods Max. Apple opens up its Find My network to 3rd party hardware makers with AirTags no where to be found. Gurman has new rumors of an interesting Apple TV that we hope is real. Finally Apple announces its April event and Mark and Jonathan try to guess what will be announced. Email: mail@everydayrobo…
 
Decentralized applications, termed “dApps,” are applications that feel like normal apps but are actually deployed (mostly) on the Ethereum blockchain. This means dApps can’t be taken down, can’t be censored or blocked, typically use Ethereum accounts as identity, and would only experience downtime if Ethereum itself went down. There are a lot of th…
 
Those who work in computing today bring a wide array of backgrounds and experiences to the profession. In this podcast, part of the My Story in Computing series, learn how Carol Smith, who trained as a photojournalist, discusses how a love of telling people’s stories led to a career in human-computer interaction working in artificial intelligence w…
 
A ‘token’ can represent almost anything in Ethereum, according to Ethereum.org: Lottery tickets, points in an online platform, fiat currency, and much more. These tokens must follow a standard called ECR-20 to have the same type and value of any other token, and behave just like the ETH. The platform Opyn lets users buy and trade decentralized fina…
 
Uma is a VP of Engineering at Render. In this episode, she shared with us her insights on how to successfully manage infrastructure migrations. We discussed the importance of communicating the "why" behind a migration, identifying success metrics, creating a culture where migrations are identified as highly impactful projects and much more. Uma als…
 
In decentralized finance (DeFi) a liquidity pool is a collection of cryptocurrency funds created from the deposits of many users and usually multiple different currencies. There are 2 main types of pools: custodial and non-custodial. Custodial pools are controlled by a third party manager which contains information like the private keys and the fun…
 
Mark and Jonathan talk about Kara Swisher’s great interview with Tim Cook. How Apple still needs to address developer’s problems with the App Store especially ahead of WWDC. Russia has a new law where government apps must be pre installed in smart devices, Apple’s strategy to comply with this is interesting. Finally they talk about new Apple TV rum…
 
A smart contract contains the “terms” of a blockchain transaction between a buyer and a seller as well as the capabilities to execute those terms. In order for smart contracts to include outside data from the world, such as stock market data, weather, sports data, etc…, the contract needs a third party service called an oracle. The industry standar…
 
Using artificial intelligence and machine learning in a product or database is traditionally difficult because it involves a lot of manual setup, specialized training, and a clear understanding of the various ML models and algorithms. You need to develop the right ML model for your data, train the model, evaluate it, optimize it, analyze it for out…
 
Many managers assess developer performance as if they were runners, where how many lines of code you write determines how good you are. Instead, developers are like baseball players, where a suite of metrics is needed to measure performance. In today’s episode, we unpack how metrics are used to judge coding performance and how metric incentives can…
 
The typical procedure many companies follow to reach production-level code is design the program, code and test it in different environments, and put it in a pipeline to deploy to production. Developers can make it pretty far into building their core features before inevitably breaking to include enterprise features and security standards like Sing…
 
Privacy protection isn't just a compliance activity. but It’s also a key area of organizational risk that requires enterprise-wide support and participation; careful planning; and forward-leaning, data-driven controls. In this webcast, we highlight best practices for privacy program planning and implementation. We present strategies for leveraging …
 
A major change in the software industry is the expectation of automation. The infrastructure for deploying code, hosting it, and monitoring it is now being viewed as a fully automatable substrate. Equinix Metal has taken the bare metal servers that you would see in data centers and fitted them with supreme automation and repeatability. This movemen…
 
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin are electronic currencies with a complete transaction history stored on a blockchain. A cryptocurrency blockchain is a linear record of all the transactions between users for a given currency. This record is public and distributed across thousands of computers, which makes falsifying a transaction nearly i…
 
This week Mark and Jonathan ponder what a rugged Apple Watch would be like based on some new rumors. Anker’s new MagSafe battery pack gets good reviews. Apple officially announces WWDC 2021. Can they walk the fine line of addressing developers concerns with the App Store and debut new frameworks and tools to get developers excited? Finally AltConf …
 
Digital communities have exponentially grown in importance ever since most of the world went remote. Basically every popular online forum, message board, chat app, and other online social aggregators were created before this new normal. Many of these platforms lack sufficient organization or are just outdated for a fully remote environment. If soci…
 
Join Kevin and this new distinguished scientist at Microsoft, Ashley Llorens, as they explore the future promise of artificial intelligence, robotics and autonomous systems. Ashley is also a hip-hop artist known as Soulstice. Listen to their discussion about the parallels between careers in science and music. Kevin Scott SoulStice on Apple Music Cl…
 
Creation Labs is helping bring Europe 1 step closer to fully autonomous long haul trucking. They have developed an AI Driver Assistance System (AIDAS) that retrofits to any commercial vehicle, starting with VW Crafters and MAN TGE trucks. Their system uses camera hardware mounted to the vehicle to capture video data that is processed with computer …
 
While it may be true that coding is something that anybody can do, that doesn’t take away from how difficult it is to learn. Join us for the second part of our conversation with brilliant software engineer and instructor Bryan Berry as we dive into what it takes to learn to code. Early in our conversation, we focus on the extra non-language-specifi…
 
Product teams sometimes double as data teams. They struggle through import errors, scrub long and complicated data sheets for consistency, and map spreadsheet fields on step 3 in a long instruction document. Data structuring and synchronization is a very real problem that product teams regularly overcome. Flatfile uses AI-assisted data onboarding t…
 
Mark and Jonathan reflect on the death of the HomePod. And share what they want Apple to do in the smart home space. Kosta Eleftheriou sues Apple in what is a very important but unfortunate story shedding a light on Apple that is sad to see. Finally they chat about keyboards, moving, and more. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrob…
 
Right now, more than 10 million people use notebooks like Jupyter in their workflow. Notebooks are open-source tools for creating and sharing documents with live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text. Notebooks like Jupyter have exploded in popularity the past 5 years to become the standard tool for data science teams. They became es…
 
Many startups today begin their life as an open-source project. Open source projects allow early adopters of a technology to experiment, to contribute code and feedback, and to shape the evolution of the project in its early stages. When a “community maintainer” company emerges to provide service offerings based on that project, its early customer …
 
ELT, or “Extract, Load, and Transform,” is the process that modern data pipelines use to replicate data from a source and load it into a target system such as a cloud data warehouse. ELT is a more flexible evolution of the traditional “Extract, Load, Transform” workflow used in pre-cloud systems. The power of ELT relies on flexible integrations bet…
 
The complexity of building web applications seems to have grown exponentially in the last several years. This added complexity may bring power, but it can also make applications brittle, costly, and difficult to maintain. Suborbital is an open-source project with a goal of making web application development simple. Its flagship project is Atmo, a p…
 
While everybody who wants to learn how to code will approach this challenge in their own way, most programmers would agree that having the help of a supportive community is hugely beneficial. Today we talk about the process of learning programming with Bryan Berry, AKA ‘Beege’. Bryan started CodeSeoul, an international community dedicated to connec…
 
Observability is a key feature of a well-architected application. Because building an observability system for a cloud application can be challenging, especially at scale, many organizations elect to use third-party observability platforms rather than build internal tools. But these third-party provider contracts often charge by volume of data coll…
 
Charity Majors (https://twitter.com/mipsytipsy) is the co-founder and CTO of Honeycomb.io. Before this she worked at Facebook, Parse and Linden Lab on infrastructure and developer tools, and always seemed to wind up running the databases. She is the co-author of Database Reliability Engineering book and also has an amazing blog at charity.wtf. We l…
 
There is some confusion about how the paradigms of DevOps and Digital Engineering fit together. In the case of software-intensive systems, we believe DevOps practices are an enabler for Digital Engineering, in many forms. During this webcast, we introduced the relatively new concept of Digital Engineering and how we believe DevOps actually compleme…
 
As the volume and scope of data collected by an organization grow, tasks such as data discovery and data management grow in complexity. Simply put, the more data there is, the harder it is for users such as data analysts to find what they’re looking for. A metadata hub helps manage Big Data by providing metadata search and discovery tools, and a ce…
 
The shift to microservices architectures and distributed systems has been a challenge for systems using conventional security practices, such filtering IP addresses using network policies. In addition, the increasing intersection of development and operations exemplified by the DevOps methodology has expanded the scope responsibilities in implement…
 
Software-Defined Networking describes a category of technologies that separate the networking control plane from the forwarding plane. This enables more automated provisioning and policy-based management of network resources. Implementing software-defined networking is often the task of Site Reliability Engineers, or SREs. Site reliability engineer…
 
Digital engineering is an integrated digital approach that uses authoritative sources of systems data and models as a continuum across disciplines to support lifecycle activities from concept through disposal. With digital engineering, models are developed for everything, not just for software, but for all components of a system of systems, hardwar…
 
Google Cloud, AWS, and Azure are the dominant cloud providers on the market today. But the market is still highly competitive, and there is significant overlap in the services offered by all three large providers. Since all three offer a broad range of services, developers looking to choose a platform for their application must focus on providers’ …
 
How many coders can you afford to lose to a series of inexplicable bus accidents before your project fails? As morbid as it sounds, your bus factor is an important means of measuring how risky your project is. Today we unpack the bus factor while touching on the top ways that you can boost your team’s capabilities while increasing project resilienc…
 
In this episode Jonathan is joined by tech journalist and podcaster Steven Aquino. Stevens made a career for himself writing about Apple and technology with a focus on accessibility. He shares how he went from being a teacher to becoming a tech journalist. Why accessibility needs to be addressed especially at the early stages of product design and …
 
Vectors are the foundational mathematical building blocks of Machine Learning. Machine Learning models must transform input data into vectors to perform their operations, creating what is known as a vector embedding. Since data is not stored in vector form, an ML application must perform significant work to transform data in different formats into …
 
This time Jonathan is joined by the amazing artist Pinot. He uses vintage Macs and PC’s to create amazing videos and pixel art. Pinot shares how he got into art from his dad teaching him animation. To seeing his Uncle’s Macintosh and how it changed his life forever. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @pinot @refactoredd @swi…
 
Many organizations struggle in applying DevSecOps practices and principles in a cybersecurity-constrained environment because programs lack a consistent basis for managing software intensive development, cybersecurity, and operations in a high-speed lifecycle. We will discuss how an authoritative reference, or Platform Independent Model (PIM), is n…
 
Only 13% of the US workforce is passionate about their jobs based on a study by Deloitte. So how does one find what they are good at and passionate about? Today on the podcast, we revisit an early episode from season one of the podcast with Tiana Davis Kara, Executive Director for BUILT BY GIRLS. She shares her non-traditional path into tech and ho…
 
Mark and Jonathan talk about the recent passing of the iMac Pro going off to join the cube and other iconic Macs. Kuo’s newest rumors on a VR headset. Finally they talk about what they would want to see from an Apple March event. Email: mail@everydayrobots.tech Twitter: @_ everydayrobots @pinot @steven_aquino @refactoredd @swiftymf Our Site: Everyd…
 
Kevin’s conversation with this amazing duo was so fascinating, we’re publishing this bonus episode! Grammy-award winning musician Jacob Collier and MIT PhD Ben Bloomberg reflect on human and artificial intelligence and its impact on creativity. Find out how AI is playing a constructive role in this amazing duo’s creative work. Click here for transc…
 
Brett Tucker, a technical manager for cyber risk in the SEI CERT Division, discusses the Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and Vulnerability Evaluation for the Enterprise (OCTAVE FORTE) Model, which helps organizations evaluate security risks and use principles of enterprise risk management to bridge the gap between executives and practitioners…
 
Today we shine the spotlight on our very own William Jeffries to talk about the virtues of Terraforming and why it’s such a smart software tool for coding. Kicking things off we first dive into infrastructure as code and why we use it before we tackle the benefits of using Terraform. We find out that Terraform allows you to use a variety of languag…
 
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