Search Engine Land with Danny Sullivan

Search engines run our lives. The path we take to information is dictated by Google, Facebook, Amazon, and other forms of search. Search engines feel objective and truthful, but are built through ongoing experimentation and subjective decision making. That’s what has kept Danny Sullivan writing about search engines for twenty years. The content Google prioritizes, the ads that we see, the way that a product review changes how highly aContinue reading...

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Hackathons with Lizette Chapman

Professional hackathon programmers travel around the hackathon circuit, winning merchandise and small cash prizes. There are enough hackathons that some programmers actually do this as a full-time job. For example, Peter Ma, a programmer who describes himself as a “rapid prototype specialist.” Peter is a great programmer, and he has received lots of offers to work at big tech companies. What drives him to stay independent and work on hackathonContinue reading...

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Episode 500 with Pranay Mohan and Erika Hokanson

Software Engineering Daily has been around for almost two years. In this episode Pranay Mohan and Erika Hokanson join me for a reflection on where we have been and where we are going. Pranay was the producer of Software Engineering Daily for the first year, after which he left and went to work at Snapchat. Erika joined the show 9 months ago to work on operations, ad sales, and expansionContinue reading...

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Ep. 141 – Codeland - Interview with NYC's first CTO (Minerva Tantoco)

Minerva Tantoco, NYC's first-ever CTO, shares how she started her long, impressive tech career, what programming looked like back her coding days, and how she hopes tech will transform cities for the better.

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#135: Sarah Drasner

Sarah Drasner is on the show to talk about why she started sharing her work and giving back to the community, her love of CodePen, and the Web Animation Workshops she runs with Val Head.

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Software Architecture with Simon Brown

Software architecture address the challenge of communicating and navigating large, complex systems to stakeholders, both technical and non-technical.  Over the years software architecture has gone in and out of fashion.  Today we discuss why software architecture is important, what it means to have software architecture, and how to properly structure teams and incorporate architecture. Today’s show is guest hosted by David Curry. David sits down with Simon Brown to discussContinue reading...

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SE-Radio Episode 294: Asaf Yigal on Machine Learning in Log Analysis

Asaf Yigal talks with SE Radio’s Edaena Salinas about machine learning in log analysis. The discussion starts with an overview of the structure of logs and what information they can contain. Asaf discusses what the log analysis process looks like without machine learning — and the role of humans in this – before moving on […]

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IoT Edge with Olivier Bloch

A self-driving car needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in driving conditions. A factory needs to be able to quickly respond to changes in workplace safety. For these kinds of applications, we need processing power closer to the user of the application. If we put all of our application logic in the cloud, we will have to make a network round trip for every request. Servers inContinue reading...

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Atomic Words

In today's episode, we talk aboit disambiguation and using clear words during feedback sessions.

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