Bob Kepford discusses Decoupled CMS. Many CMS practitioners are adopting a decoupled approach to improve scale, allow for more specialized roles, and to separate data collection from delivery. Host Jeff Doolittle spoke with Kepford about what makes a Decoupled CMS different.

Direct download: Episode-388-Bob-Kepford-on-Decoupled-Content-Management-Systems.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:06pm CET

Abhinav Asthana, a founding partner and CEO of the API development tool Postman, discusses API design and testing, where to start, which types of APIs to offer, what tools you can use, what features to expose and what is his favorite API to reference.

Direct download: Episode-387-Abhinav-Asthana-on-Designing-and-Testing-APIs.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 2:12am CET

WebRTC provides real time video and audio streaming capabilities to applications. Spencer Dixon explains the different parts of WebRTC and how they used it to build a pair programming application.

Direct download: Episode-386-Building-Low-Latency-Applications-with-WebRTC.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 1:37am CET

Evan Gilman and Doug Barth, authors of Zero-Trust Networks: building secure systems in untrusted networks discuss zero-trust networks.

Direct download: Episode-385-Evan-Gilman-and-Doug-Barth-on-Zero-Trust-Networks.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:51pm CET

Boris Cherny, author of Programming TypeScript, explains how TypeScript can scale JavaScript projects to larger teams, larger code bases, and across devices. Topics include: gradual typing, type refinement, structural typing, and interoperability...

Direct download: Episode-384-Boris-Cherny-on-TypeScript.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:45pm CET

Neil Madden, author of the API Security in Action book discusses the key requirements needed to secure an API, the risks to consider, models to follow and which task is the most important.

Direct download: Episode-383-Neil-Madden-On-Securing-Your-API.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 4:08am CET

Michael Chan has been teaching React since 2013 and is the host of the React Podcast. He currently works at Ministry Centered Technologies as a Frontend Architect.

Direct download: Episode-382-Michael-Chan-on-Learning-ReactJS.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 10:35pm CET

Josh Long, developer advocate at Pivotal, discusses using Spring Boot to efficiently develop production ready enterprise web applications. Josh talks about working with different databases, and developing and testing microservices using Spring Boot.

Direct download: Episode-381-John-Long-on-Spring-Boot.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 10:51pm CET

Felienne interviews Margaret Burnett on GenderMag, a systematic way to assess the inclusivity of software.

Direct download: Episode-380-Margaret-Burnett-on-GenderMag.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:01pm CET

Felienne interviews Claire Le Goues about automatic program repair. Can programs repair themselves and what techniques are involved in that?

Direct download: Episode-379-Claire-Le-Goues-on-Automated-Program-Repair.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:41pm CET

Joshua Davies discusses TLS, PKI vulnerabilities in the PKI, and the evolution of the PKI to make it more secure, with host Robert Blumen.

Direct download: Episode-378-Joshua-Davies-on-Attacking-and-Securing-PKI.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:06pm CET

Heidi Howard, a researcher in the field of distributed systems, discusses distributed consensus. Heidi explains when we need it, when we don't need and the algorithms we use to achieve it.

Direct download: Episode-377-Heidi-Howard-on-Distributed-Consensus.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 10:29pm CET

Justin Richer, lead author of the OAuth2 In Action book discusses the key technical features of the OAuth2 authorization protocol and the current best practices for selecting the right parts of it for your use case.

Direct download: Episode-376-Justin-Richer-On-API-Security-with-OAuth-2.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:44pm CET

Gabriel Gonzalez, the creator of Dhall the programmable configuration language, discusses configuration, why it is important and how we can make it better. Adam Gordon Bell spoke Gonzalez about Dhall, yaml, total functional programming and dealing...

Direct download: Episode-375-Gabriel-Gonzalez-on-Configurationl.mp3
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Motivation comes through relationships, safety, and environments which allow everyone to contribute.

Direct download: Episode-374-Marcus-Blankenship-on-Motivating-Programmers.mp3
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Joel Spolsky on founding Stack Overflow, “land grabs” vs. “bootstrapping with profitability”, raising more money using “proof points”, what developers and companies get massively wrong, choosing your next job, and how to ask and answer on Stack Over

Direct download: Episode-373-Joel-Spolsky-on-Startups-Growth-and-Valuation.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 10:10pm CET

Aaron Patterson of GitHub discusses the Ruby language and its runtime.  Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Aaron about the Ruby language and how it works.  They discuss the language virtual machine, concurrency, garbage collection, and JIT compilation.

Direct download: Episode-372-Aaron-Patterson-on-the-Ruby-Runtime.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 2:04am CET

Howard Chu, CTO of Symas Corp and chief architect of the OpenLDAP Project, discusses the key technical features of the Lightning Memory-mapped Database (LMDB) that make it one of the fastest, most efficient and safest embedded data stores in the world.

Direct download: Episode-371-Howard-Chu-On-the-Lightning-Memory-Mapped-Database-LMDB.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 1:24am CET

Chris Richardson of microservices.io and author of the book Microservice Patterns discuss microservice patterns which constitute a set of best practices and building-block solutions to problems inherent microservice architecture.

Direct download: Episode-370-Chris-Richardson-on-Microservice-Patterns.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:04pm CET

Learn how to simplify your application architecture with the introduction of a messaging system. You'll hear how different messaging patterns can make your application more flexible, easier to maintain, and improve its performance.

Direct download: Episode-369-Derek-Collison-on-Messaging-Systems-and-NATS.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:10pm CET

The use of distributed and remote software teams have grown dramatically in the past five years, presenting new challenges for managers and engineers alike. Bryan Helmig talks about the best practices his company, Zapier, uses to manage remote software...

Direct download: Episode-368-Bryan-Helmig-on-Managing-Distributed-Teams.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 1:58am CET

Felienne talks to Diomidis Spinellis about different forms of debugging. From using print-statements to version-control systems and operating system tools. We also discuss debugging strategies for different types of programming systems.

Direct download: Episode-367-Diomidis-Spinellis-on-Debuggingl.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 9:46pm CET

Arnon Axelrod speaks with SE Radio’s Simon Crossley about test automation, a large complex subject that most listeners will have at least some familiarity with. Axelrod has worked in software engineering and test automation in several high-tech companie...

Direct download: 366-Test-Automation.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 2:33am CET

Today's guest is Thorsten Ball, author of Writing an interpreter in Go as well as its sequel Writing a Compiler in Go. Thorsten lives near Frankfurt, Germany. Thorsten loves to deep dive into programming topics like programming languages, interpreters...

Direct download: 365-Thorsten-Ball-on-Building-an-Interpreter.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:24pm CET

Peter Zaitsev explains: avoiding vendor lock-in, judging what databases are bad at, why not to copy the big players, when to "go with the crowd", when to use cloud services vs. running your own infrastructure, and the role of containerization.

Direct download: 364-Peter-Zaitsev-on-Choosing-the-Right-Open-Source-Database.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 11:11pm CET

Jonathan Boccara, author of The Legacy Code Programmer’s Toolbox discusses understanding and working with legacy code. Working with legacy code is a key skill of professional software development that is often neglected.

Direct download: 363-Jonathan-Boccara-on-Understanding-Legacy-Code.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 9:22pm CET

Simon Riggs, founder and CTO of 2nd Quadrant, discusses the advanced features of the Postgres database, that allow developers to focus on applications whilst the database does the heavy lifting of handling large and diverse quantities of data.

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-362-Simon-Riggs-on-Advanced-Features-of-PostgreSQL.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 8:27pm CET

Daniel Berg, a distinguished Engineer at IBM cloud unit, talks with host Nishant Suneja, about Istio service mesh and how it lets developers deploy microservices into the cloud in a secure, efficient fashion by taking away the burden of devops...

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-361-Daniel-Berg-on-Istio-Service-Mesh.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 6:15pm CET

Pete Koomen, Co-founder and CTO at Optimizely discusses A/B testing. Edaena Salinas spoke with Pete about how A/B testing is used in software products, and how A/B tests can be written. Pete explained the components of A/B testing and lessons learned from running over 200,000 A/B tests.

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-360-Pete-Koomen-on-AB-Testing.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 6:46pm CET

How can you scale an engineering organization when you haven’t already experienced rapid growth? Jean-Denis Greze of Plaid explains how to proactively enhance team capabilities and readiness by “leveling up” through a maturity map.

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-359-Engineering-Maturity-with-Jean-Denis-Greze.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:45pm CET

Dr. Andrii Gakhov, author of the book Probabilistic Data Structures and Algorithms for Big Data Applications talks about probabilistic data structures and their application to the big data domain with host Robert Blumen.


Felienne interviews Adam Barr about code quality? Why do programmers pick up bad habits about programming and what can be done to improve that?

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-357-Adam-Barr-on-Code-Quality.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:00pm CET

Tim Coulter, the founder of Truffle (Ethereum DApp development framework) discusses the Truffle framework for Ethereum SmartContracts and Decentralized App development. Kishore Bhatia spoke with Tim Coulter about: Ethereum Decentralized Apps (DApps)...


Randy Shoup talks with SE-Radio’s Travis Kimmel about how to scale technology and organizations together, so that an organization can move faster as they grow (and not slow down). Their discussion covers how to effectively scale culture, process...

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-355-Randy-Shoup-Scaling-Technology-and-Organization.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 6:27pm CET

Avi Kivity of Scylladb deep dives into the internals of Scylladb and what makes it a high performant version of Cassandra, a distributed key-value datastore. The discussion covers the architecture of Scylladb, its relationship with high performance...

Direct download: SE-Radio-Episode-354-Avi-Kivity-on-ScyllaDB.mp3
Category:Episodes -- posted at: 7:57pm CET

Max Neunhoffer of ArangoDB discusses about multi-model databases in general, and open source ArangoDB, in specific, with show host Nishant Suneja. The show discussion covers motivation behind deploying a multi-model database in an enterprise setting, and deep dives into ArangoDB internals.


Travis Kimmel talks with Johnathan Nightingale about scaling engineering management. Their discuss when to hire additional engineering managers and how to set them up for success, how leaders can prepare for “growing pains” as an organization scales,

Direct download: 353_combined_1.9.18_mixdown.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:10pm CET

Bernd Rücker, who has contributed to multiple open source workflow management projects, discusses orchestrating microservices with workflow management.  As distributed systems evolve into a family of microservices that must handle long-running stateful processes with time-dependent actions, events, multiple paths through the system, and complex rollbacks, the workflow management model provides a way to ensure clear modeling, correctness, and separation of concerns.   Rücker recommends a federated model in which each microservice is paired with its own workflow to handle retries and other policies and failure modes around that service.  Robert Blumen spoke with Rücker about microservice architecture, event-driven systems, long-running stateful processes versus synchronous request/response, event handling, time-outs, and handling exceptional conditions with compensating transactions. Rücker compares the choreography versus orchestration models for collaboration and discusses why orchestration provides a better separation of concerns.  The discussion delves into the implementation of workflow management systems including persistence, scaling, event handling, timers and scheduling, and similarities to CQRS.  The discussion wraps up with monitoring and visualization.

Direct download: 353-bernd-rucker_microservices.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:39am CET

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