Our guest Johan Bezem explains the idea behind and the benefits of MISRA. MISRA defines guidelines for C and C++ programming in order to ensure quality. While it got started for embedded automotive development, it is more generally applicable.
Direct download: seradio-episode152-misra.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:39am CEST

This episode is a discussion with Shane Clifford, who is a development manager at Intentional Software. We discuss the idea behind intentional programming, key concepts of the technology as well as example uses and a little bit of history.
Direct download: seradio-episode151-intentionalSoftware.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 6:02pm CEST

This episode is a conversation with "Uncle Bob" Bob Martin about agile software development and software craftsmanship specifically. We talk about the history of the term, the reasons for coming up with it some of the practices and the relationship to other agile approaches. We conclude our discussion with an outlook on some of todays new and hyped programming languages.
Direct download: seradio-episode150-bobMartinOnSoftwareCraftsmanship.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:52am CEST

Michael discusses with his guest Chuck Connell the differences between software engineering and computer science. What makes software engineering so unpredictable, with so few formal results? And how can we advance the field of software engineering without these results?

Dave explains why reading source code is at least as important a skill as writing source code. He shares approaches for how to get to grips with unknown and undocumented source code even if it is non-trivial in size. He finishes with advice for how to get started reading code.
Direct download: seradio-episode148-softwareArchaeology.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:33am CEST

Michael and Markus discuss what makes a good R&D manager and how to potentially become an R&D manager. You will learn what some of the essential skills are, what the challenges are, and what the 'mission/vision/strategy thing' is actually good for.
Direct download: episode-147-softwareDevelopmentManagerVolumeOk.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 9:48pm CEST

This episode is a discussion with various authors of patterns reviewed at EuroPLoP 2009. Topics include Product Line Engineering, Distributed Development, Open Source and Embedded Systems
Direct download: seradio-episode146-interestingPatternsEuroPLoP2009.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 9:51am CEST

In this episode we discuss the current state of the spring framework. We talk about core features (dependency injection, AOP) but also about the spring universe, i.e. some of the more specific frameworks such as Spring Batch.
Direct download: seradio-episode145-springIn2009.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:26pm CEST

In this episode we talk with Doug Simon from Sun Microsystems Laboratories about the Maxine Research VM, a so-called meta-circular virtual machine. Maxine is a JVM that is written itself in Java, but aims at taking JVM development to the next level while using highly integrated Java IDEs as development environments and running and debugging the VM itself directly from the Inspector, an IDE-like tool specialized for the Maxine VM. During the episode we talk about the basic ideas behind Maxine, what exactly "meta-circular" means and what makes it interesting and promising to build a Java VM in Java. We talk about the relationship to Sun's current production JVM (HotSpot) and about ideas and directions for the future of Maxine.
Direct download: seradio-episode144-theMaxineResearchVirtualMachine.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:49pm CEST

This episode is a discussion with Jim Des Rivieres about APIs: How to design good APIs, the role of the documentation/specification in APIs, API evolution and other relevant topics.
Direct download: seradio-episode143-APIs-jimDeRivieres.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:43pm CEST

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