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Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of the software world. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo face their imposter syndrome so you don’t have to. Expect in-depth interviews with the best and brightest in software engineering, open source, and leadership. This is a polyglot podcast. All programming languages, platforms, and communities are welcome. Open source moves fast. Keep up.
 
A security podcast geared towards those looking to better understand security topics of the day. Hosted by Kurt Seifried and Josh Bressers covering a wide range of topics including IoT, application security, operational security, cloud, devops, and security news of the day. There is a special open source twist to the discussion often giving a unique perspective on any given topic.
 
The FINOS Open Source in Finance Podcast celebrates open source projects and interesting topics at the cross section of financial services and open source. So far, our industry experts have discussed practical applications of and their real-world experiences with a range of open source projects including desktop interoperability, low code platforms, synthetic data, and data modeling. They’ve also discussed best practices for inner source, common myths about open source and why commercial com ...
 
Welcome to The Craft of Open Source, hosted by Ben Rometsch, Co-Founder and CEO of Flagsmith. This bi-weekly show is focused on the ins and outs of the Open Source Software Community. Join Ben as he speaks with the brightest minds that have brought us some of the most adopted technologies on earth. Each episode is an interview with creators, maintainers, entrepreneurs, and key contributors to the open source community. We will cover critical topics for open source developers, contributors an ...
 
Ron Yurko and Kostas Pelechrinis host the 'Open Source Sports' podcast to serve as a public reading group for discussing the latest research in sports analytics. Each episode focuses on a single paper featuring authors as guests, with discussions about the statistical methodology, relevance and future directions of the research.
 
Open Source Voices, a recurring podcast series sponsored by Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, goes beyond the code to explore the broader perspectives and implications of open source development, from cloud, virtualization and containers to IoT, edge, robotics, web technologies and more.
 
A podcast where we explore the human side of working on open source software. We talk to contributors about how, what, and why they contribute in order to uncover the human element behind the open source communities that power our digital infrastructure. Send us an email at humansofopensource@gmail.com. Follow us on Twitter @HumansOfOSS.
 
In the world of tech, open source denotes software for which the original source code is made freely available for redistribution. In this digital series, hosts Phil Svitek and Ally Nasta take the concept of open source and apply it to knowledge. They aim to not only shatter preconceived myths on any new, unknown or hard topic but give you that missing confidence to get started easily and eventually deep dive further. By no means do they profess to be experts. In fact, they share your trepid ...
 
A revolution is underway in the art world, and this podcast focuses on the democratization of art. The art market is the last opaque global market out there. It is hard to break in, and a small group of people and companies are acting as gate keepers, keeping artists and collectors out. Both are looking for an opportunity to connect, buy, sell, and collaborate. Open Art Source is building the De Facto Art Blockchain. Each podcast features an interview, giving listeners an inside glimpse into ...
 
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In this episode: US Senators are seeking action on rare earth minerals; North Korea is launching more ballistic missiles; US and Western officials are raising the alarm on conflict with Russia while Sweden increases military patrols in the Baltic Sea; Ukraine suffers major cyber attack; Russia redeploys more military assets towards Ukraine and rock…
 
Anatol Lieven. Vladimir Putin’s threat to invade Ukraine is the first headline crisis of the new year. The headlines and the ‘crisis’ word come almost automatically when the story is Russia and its wily autocrat. We see the Russian bear on the prowl, the American eagle circling on high. We make it man-to-man personal, too: Is affable Joe Biden toug…
 
Brian is a developer who has been building and architecting software for all different types of purposes and applications. His initial focus was on ASP.NET, C#/.NET, SQL and WPF, but he has since shifted to technologies such as Swift, Ionic, Angular and Node.js (basically JavaScript). Brian is an author of several courses on Pluralsight and co-auth…
 
Paul Orlando joins Jerod to talk through some unintended consequences that occur when systems operate at scale. We discuss Goodhart’s Law, The Cobra Effect, how to design incentive systems, dependency management decisions, the risks of autonomous vehicles, and much more along the way. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, …
 
Josh and Kurt talk about Norton creating an Ethereum mining pool. This is almost certainly a bad idea, we explain why. We then discuss the reality of NFTs and the case of stolen apes. NFTs can be very confusing. The whole world of cryptocurrency is very confusing for normal people. None of this is new, there have always been con artists, there will…
 
In this episode, our host Karsten Hohage talks with our guests Christoph Langer and Thomas Stüfe about SapMachine, an SAP-distributed version of OpenJDK. Christoph and Thomas explain what SapMachine is, how it came to be and evolved, and why SAP contributes to the OpenJDK. We also learn about the difference between SapMachine, OpenJDK, and SAP JVM,…
 
Tim Bannister is a technical lead for the Kubernetes.io documentation special interest group and a consultant at The Scale Factory. Here he talks about contributing to the Kubernetes.io documentation and joining the documentation special interest group (SIG). For Podcast notes, visit https://rolfe.blog/2021/12/23/podcast-episode-tim-bannister-on-co…
 
Hoppscotch is an open-source API development ecosystem that gets you straight to the points and helps you create API requests faster. Join Ben Rometsch and his guest, Liyas Thomas, the Founder and CEO of Hoppscotch, as they dive into how Hoppscotch came to be. Discover how Liyas started it with a single post and how that post got viral. Learn how t…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Aitana Myohl, Strategic Initiatives Manager at FINOS, interviews Nichola Hammerton, Managing Director and Head of Architecture Strategy & Execution at Deutsche Bank (DB) about open source in financial services, and how DB has a history of, and continues to contribute to open source in financial services. Nichola's In…
 
Today's top story is the continuing negotiations over the Ukraine crisis where Russia now says that the talks have reached a 'dead end' and Moscow sees little point in continuing this week's planned dialogue. This comes as US Democratic Senators propose new sanctions that would target Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Biden administration ta…
 
Today's top story- North Korea test fires missile that Japan says was a hypersonic, prompting Tokyo to say all options are on the table for bolstering Japan's defenses; Widespread pessimism among US and Europe over Ukraine talks with Russia; Leaders from Middle East on a rare visit to China to discuss bi-lateral energy trade deal and a car bomb kil…
 
No progress reported from US-Russia dialogue on Ukraine with Russian officials saying a 'great disparity' exists; CISA Director Jen Easterly warns of more Log4j issues and says the exploit is 'pretty trivial' for hackers to use; a Taiwanese F-16V crashes on an exercise prompting a massive search mission for pilot. A lot more in today's episode.…
 
In this episode: Kazakh President Tokayev authorized lethal force to restore order amid ongoing violent protests; A new report looks at possible signs of tension among the Biden cyber team; Cyberspace Solarium Commission to reboot as a non-profit; US and Russia to meet on Monday for Ukraine crisis talks; South Korea says North Korea missile launch …
 
In this episode: Russian paratroopers deploy to Kazakhstan to restore order following violent protests; Germany and US issue warning to Russia over Ukraine while Britain says it is working on 'high-impact' sanctions if Moscow invades; Chinese space station conducts successful test of robotic arm and Beijing announces a new diplomatic post for the H…
 
This show first aired on May 20, 2021. The opioid epidemic, still rampant, still deadly, turns out to be a family story at its root. Empire of Pain is Patrick Radden Keefe’s account of the drug company that touched off an American plague and the family that owned it. The Sacklers were famous for collecting art and giving away money—less famous for …
 
Elahn's bio in her words My journey as a self-taught developer started August 9, 2020. Since then, I am grateful to say that I've gained an awesome community of developer friends around the globe! I have also started my own book club called .NET Book Study, as well as my own YouTube channel 'Elahn Danee Codes'. My mission is to 1. Continue learning…
 
US Justice Department announce first criminal charges in death of former Haitian President Jovenel Moise; China, France, Russia, UK and the US release rare joint statement on nuclear weapons; NATO calls 'extraordinary' meeting to discuss Ukraine and China says it has developed heat-seeking hypersonic missiles.…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about the question will we ever fix all the vulnerabilities? The question came from Reddit and is very reasonable, but it turns out this is REALLY hard to discuss. The answer is of course "no", but why it is no is very complicated. Far more complicated than either of us thought it would be. Show Notes Will cyber security vulnerab…
 
This show first aired on November 18, 2021. The grand master of bug biology E.O. Wilson has always had a way of seeing the big picture in his microscopic science. Looking at a wall-size projection of the astronauts’ moon view of Earth rising, “the blue marble,” Ed Wilson wants us to see that the film of life wrapped around our globe, the biosphere,…
 
Josh and Kurt start the show with the reading of a security themed Christmas poem. We then discuss some of the new happenings around Log4j. The basic theme is that even if we were over-investing in Log4j, it probably wouldn't have caught this. There are still a lot of things to unpack with this event, I'm sure we'll be talking about it well into th…
 
As we head into the Christmas weekend we are watching two big issues closely. The first is the crisis in Ukraine and we've got some new stories and developments to talk about today. The second is the Iranian nuclear talks which are expected to resume on Monday, Dec 27. Let's get to today's report broken down by region of the world.…
 
There's a lot to report today with some big statements coming from both the US and Russia related to the Ukrainian crisis; CISA issues an advisory on the Log4j vulnerability; Terrorism threats emanating from Brazil draws US Treasury into action; US policy changes announced for Taliban and a lot more. Here's your open source report broken down by re…
 
This episode was first broadcast on February 18. 2021. The invitation this hour, or maybe the dream, is to learn how to write short stories with the poignancy and power of the old Russian Masters, and how to become better versions of ourselves in the process. Anton Chekhov is our model writer; the modern American master George Saunders is our model…
 
Christos Matskas is a Program Manager at Microsoft focusing on Security and Identity, focusing specifically on the developer experience for Azure Active Directory. He has been a developer for over 15 years focusing on Microsoft technology. He is passionate about engaging with development communities and can be found on Twitter, GitHub, and Twitch t…
 
Harvard University Professor found guilty of lying about connection with China; US Army researchers working on a single vaccine to protect against all variants; Russian President Vladimir Putin says he has no where to retreat to over Ukraine while talks between the US and Russia are expected to begin in January; Chinese President Xi Jingping and Ge…
 
Our 4th annual year-end wrap-up episode! We don’t naval gaze often, but when we do… we make sure you get your money’s worth. Reflections, most popular episodes, our favs, and new this year: listener voice mails. Thanks for listening! 💚 Discuss on Changelog News Join Changelog++ to support our work, get closer to the metal, and make the ads disappea…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about the same topic everyone is talking about, Log4j. This episode was recorded on the Wednesday after the first Log4j issue. We point out all the gaps and difficulties for the defenders. The situation has gotten worse since then. Good luck to everyone dealign with this thing Show Notes Log4j GSD entry Minecraft server discussio…
 
We’re joined by Eran Yahav — talking about AI assistants for developers. Eran has been working on this problem for more than a decade. We talk about his path to now and how the idea for Tabnine came to life, this AI revolution taking place and the role it will play in developer productivity, and we talk about the elephant in the room - how Tabnine …
 
The remaining 12 hostages in Haiti have been released, few details have yet emerged as to the specifics of their release; Two Army battalion commanders among the latest to be discharged over COVID vaccine refusals; DJI Technologies among the companies now blacklisted by US Treasury; Details emerge of Russia's demands for de-escalation in Ukraine cr…
 
There’s a friendly hour’s conversation here about racial matters and moods. It’s been going on in a bookstore for about 35 years. What’s new this time, late in the portentous year of 2021, is first, the fine line between hope and despair, and second, that law professor Randall Kennedy joins us in a Zoom room, not the bookstore, and we’re recording …
 
InfluxDB is an open-source time-series database. It’s maintained by InfuxData who offers a suite of products that help organizations gain insights from time-series data. In this episode, I interview Zoe Steinkamp, Software Engineering and Developer Advocate at InfluxData. We explore some of the common use cases for time-series databases such as IoT…
 
Mattias occasionally speaks and blogs about open-source, DevOps, .NET and Azure. He is a .NET and DevOps user group and conference organizer and maintains thirty or so OSS projects, contributes to a few more, consumes and benefits from many more. He is a .NET Foundation individual, project and board member, a business owner & employer and foremost …
 
A very big national security news day. US Air Force discharges 27 for COVID vaccine refusals; Space Force begins 10 days of war games; US House passes bill to ban imports from Xinjiang; Britain releases new national cyber strategy; German court sentences Russian to life over 2019 Berlin killing of Chechen; Estonia's PM sounds alarm on Putin's Ukrai…
 
Josh and Kurt talk about the epic failure that was episode 300. But this ties nicely into the topic of the day which is new ways to do things. The example is a new way to hold a controller when playing Tetris. There are always new tools and new ideas in security. Sometimes we have to abandon the old way because the new way to too good to ignore. Sh…
 
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