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Interested in science, technology, machinery, engineering and the history behind everyday things? Want a fast and fun way to get your kids interested in STEM? Look no further! We break down a weekly engineering topic in a way that everyone can understand and enjoy. Twitter: @UnproEng Instagram: Unprofessional_Engineering Facebook: UnprofessionalEngineering
 
Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. SE Radio covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively ...
 
Level-up Engineering reveals actionable management secrets from some of the most successful engineering leaders (VP of Engineering, Director of Engineering, CTO). This podcast brings you key insights from fellow engineering managers, to level-up your management skills and to take your software development team to the next level. The podcast covers the biggest challenges engineering leaders face, showing exactly how others overcame these challenges. Learn the best practices on management and ...
 
[We have episodes in German and English] How do scientists uncover phenomena and explain their connections? How do engineers design machines, methods and infrastructure? At omega tau, experts give detailed answers. Over the last ten years, we have produced 300 episodes in which we dug deeper, until we ran out of questions. Join us on our journey through the world of science and engineering: the closer you look and listen, the more interesting things get.
 
Three times winner of the Publisher Podcast Awards, including Best Technology Podcast, Engineering Matters celebrates the work of engineers who use ingenuity, practicality, science, theory and determination to build a better world. In the UK alone 5.7million people work in engineering related enterprises from manufacturing and agriculture to construction and transportation. Their work ensures that the country has sustainable power supplies, better connectivity between cities, increasing effi ...
 
Your source for diverse discussions from around the Go community. This show records LIVE every Tuesday at 3pm US Eastern. Join the Golang community and chat with us during the show in the #gotimefm channel of Gophers slack. Panelists include Mat Ryer, Jon Calhoun, Carmen Andoh, Johnny Boursiquot, Angelica Hill, Mark Bates, Kris Brandow, and Natalie Pistunovich. We discuss cloud infrastructure, distributed systems, microservices, Kubernetes, Docker… oh and also Go! Some people search for GoTi ...
 
Welcome to the Backend Engineering Show podcast with your host Hussein Nasser. If you like software engineering you’ve come to the right place. I discuss all sorts of software engineering technologies and news with specific focus on the backend. All opinions are my own. Most of my content in the podcast is an audio version of videos I post on my youtube channel here http://www.youtube.com/c/HusseinNasser-software-engineering Support my work on PayPal https://bit.ly/33ENps4 🧑‍🏫 Courses I Teac ...
 
Unlock the latest advances in HVAC Engineering and equipment design for commercial and industrial HVAC applications worldwide. This is the stuff they don't teach you in school. Mechanical Engineers, building operators, contractors and everyone in the commercial space, this podcast is for you. Sit back, relax, press play and improve your mechanical engineering and building engineering skills in no time.
 
Create the Future celebrates engineering visionaries and inspires creative minds by exploring the wonderful world of skill, creativity, and innovation that is engineering – highlighting how engineers impact our lives each and every day. From nanotechnology and the Internet of Things to autonomous vehicles and healthcare – engineering is all around us. The world’s leading award for engineers and engineering, the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (qeprize.org) champions bold, groundbreakin ...
 
There’s so much more to engineering than hard hats and building bridges. But Seriously, What Is Engineering? is a 12-part podcast series that explores all corners of engineering, from the mine site to the microscope. Join Kartikee Gupta, a civil and structural engineer and Women in Engineering advocate for The University of Queensland, as she asks industry professionals, current engineering students and educators from across the engineering sector the big questions: What does a career in eng ...
 
In “The Future of Everything,” host and Stanford bioengineering professor Russ Altman explores how technology, science and medicine are shaping our lives. From stretchable electronics to ecological surveillance, foldable microscopes and video editing with artificial intelligence, Altman asks his guests to discuss their role in creating the future — of everything. Read more on the Stanford Engineering website: https://engineering.stanford.edu/magazine/future-everything
 
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MEP EP#300: Tradition is Peer Pressure From the Dead Announcements If you are currently enrolled in college we would love to chat with you. We have some ideas for future podcast content that you could perhaps help us with. Also, we would love to get to know our listeners more. If you have not already, please send a hello email to podcast@macrofab.c…
 
Alexander Pugh discusses why and when to use Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Host Jeremy Jung spoke with Pugh about interacting with systems without APIs like mainframes; the importance of having developers involved when building bots; the difficulty of automating GUIs using the DOM and COM, dealing with two factor authentication; why RPAs are a …
 
One of the most painful parts of getting started on a new development team is getting one’s environment set up. Whether it’s undocumented steps, overly complex setups, or simply the challenges of understanding how the pieces fit together, getting a dev environment up often feels like a chore to be suffered through in order to do what I want: contri…
 
Early in the morning of 6 July 2013 a freight train carrying 7.7 million litres of crude oil derailed, destroying downtown Lac Megantic, a small town in Quebec, Canada. The disaster claimed 47 lives and destroyed over 30 buildings and condemning a further 36. As part of the rebuilding efforts, the town saw an opportunity to build back better and de…
 
You don’t see any job listings for archers, spinners or falconers on LinkedIn these days, yet these trades were once thriving professions performed by ordinary people. Many of these jobs only survive through historical reenactment at fairs and festivals, which invites the question: in hundreds of years from now, which jobs of today will be regarded…
 
It turns out that the first automobiles were not exactly the safest things to be motoring down the road (or what passed as roads) in. Imagine driving in a metal box, no seat belts, no air bags, no crumple zones... it doesn't paint a pretty picture! But how did these changes come about?We looked back at the history of vehicle safety to understand wh…
 
In this episode, we chat with @TubeTimeUS about reverse engineering sound cards, how the MOnSter 6502 came to be, the Snappy Video Snapshot, ethics in engineering, troubleshooting techniques, and much more! Here’s a detailed list to many of the things we talked about: Eric's Website (TubeTime.us) MoNSter 6502 PCB Reverse Engineering - Hackaday Supe…
 
In this episode, Dave and Jamison answer these questions: Questions I’m a developer responsible for hiring other developers for my company. I’m comfortable interviewing and I feel like I can get a good grasp on whether the interviewee is technically competent. My boss wants us to give a take-home technical test to people after the first interview i…
 
Imagine an entire city floating peacefully and sustainably on water, its energy comes from waves and wind, food is fish that grows in specially-designed ocean-based structures…this is the life work of globally renowned structural engineer and UQ researcher Professor CM Wang. His vision for a more sustainable future will leave you inspired. "[In the…
 
Peter Drucker, the father of modern management thinking once said that "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." That wasn't a knock on how important strategy is, rather, he's emphasizing the importance that culture plays within an organization. Today's guest would share that sentiment. Today, I speak with Dan Langevin, the CTO of Vericred about the r…
 
The global supply chain touches every aspect of our lives, from fuel prices to the availability of computer chips and supermarket products. In out latest podcast, Matt Butkovic, technical director of risk and resilience at Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute, discusses with Suzanne Miller the supply chain's silver thread of …
 
Sven Johann talks with Manuel Pais about Team Topologies Interview with Werner Vogels Team Topologies book Free resources Github: tools and templates Team Topologies Academy Platform as a Product Nikki Watts, Platform Engineering as a Community Service Chapter Marks: 00:00 Intro 01:45 The challenge of “two pizza” teams 07:00 The three types of cogn…
 
In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Will Burns of IdeasicleX about creativity and idea generation in remote teams.Read a transcript of this interview: https://bit.ly/3E5hZMSSubscribe to our newsletters:- The InfoQ weekly newsletter: www.infoq.com/news/InfoQ-Newsletter/- The Software Architects’ Newsletter [mont…
 
Summary The market for business intelligence has been going through an evolutionary shift in recent years. One of the driving forces for that change has been the rise of analytics engineering powered by dbt. Lightdash has fully embraced that shift by building an entire open source business intelligence framework that is powered by dbt models. In th…
 
This week we are talking with John Schmidt a structural engineer with Burns and McDonnell about blast design and the loads of which are applied to structures. We enjoyed speaking with John and hope to discuss different topics in the future. Let us know what your thought are about the episode! Website Instagram LinkedIn FaceBook YouTube Email: info@…
 
Imagine a world where you own some sort of building whether that’s a grocery store, a restaurant, a factory… and you want to know how many people reside in each section of the store, or maybe how long did the average person wait to be seated or how long did it take the average factory worker to complete their assembly task. Currently today these sy…
 
It's been 377 episodes and we have not yet dedicated one to the F-18. This changes now. In the episode we first talk with Jerry Deren, a former US Navy Hornet pilot who also flew with the Blue Angels; we cover both aspects of his career. In part two we chat with Nick Anderson, former RAAF F-18 pilot (and co-host of the Airline Pilot Guy podcast). W…
 
With the constant demands of work and life we often don’t take much time to ensure that we’re maintaining ourselves. In this third episode of the maintenance series, Kris is joined by co-host Natalie, along with Ian Lopshire to discuss the ways in which we can maintain ourselves in this busy and chaotic world. Discuss on Changelog News Join Changel…
 
The cost of a long-running update transaction that eventually failed in Postgres (or any other database for that matter.In Postgres, any DML transaction touching a row creates a new version of that row. if the row is referenced in indexes, those need to be updated with the new tuple id as well. There are exceptions with optimization such as heap on…
 
Luke Hoban, CTO of Pulumi, joined host Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about infrastructure as code (IAC), which allows software development teams to configure and control their cloud infrastructure assets using code in contrast to other approaches such as using web interfaces or command line interfaces. Luke described how IAC allows teams to app…
 
We’re taking a break to make a few BIG updates to the show and will return in January 2022! We won’t be completely gone... We’re releasing a few “experimental” episodes and preparing to announce the 2022 ELC Summit. Help us define the future of the show! Send us an email to hello@sfelc.com with feedback, topics, or guest ideas! To stay updated on t…
 
Interview with Erica Greene, Seinor Engineering Manager at Etsy about the importance of writing in software engineering. She goes into details about why you need to write well, how to get good at it, how to coach your team in writing and much more. Sign up to the Level-up Engineering newsletter! In this interview we're covering: The importance of w…
 
Whether you love them or hate them, share them or ignore them, you encounter memes all over the internet. Those that are popular can often take off and spawn a long history of remixes, variants, derivatives, and inspired works. In this episode, we interview Johan Unger, the founder of meme.com. They’re creating a platform for Meme Explorers to trac…
 
With much of the world’s auto industry now crippled by a serious shortage of integrated circuits, the search for a solution to the dual problems of Covid related supply chain breakdown and limited global foundry capacity is on, in earnest. The stakes are high, with some analysts estimating that production of popular models could be cut by 1/3, with…
 
One underappreciated fact about the explosion in genetic databases, like consumer sites that provide information about ancestry and health, is that they unlock valuable insights not only into an individual’s past and future, but also for that individual’s entire family. This raises serious concerns about privacy for people who have never submitted …
 
Infrastructure as Code is an approach to machine provisioning and setup in which a programmer describes the underlying services they need for their projects. However, this infrastructure code doesn’t compile a binary artifact like traditional source code. The successful completion of running the code signals that the servers and other components de…
 
As our guest today points out, most enterprise software applications are essentially forms for collecting data. The tag and related components started appearing in HTML fairly early and those same concepts are still in use with modern web browsers. However, the technology for capturing state, validating input, and providing other common serv…
 
In this Season 2 finale episode of the Create the Future podcast we speak to Stephen Rouatt, CEO of the UK & Ireland markets for Signify (formerly Philips Lighting) about innovations in LED lighting. We discuss the innovative ways in which the 2021 QEPrize winning technology is being used today, consider the future uses of LED lighting, and Stephen…
 
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