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 listening experience. SE Radio is brought to you by the IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Software magazine.
Episode 524: Abi Noda on Developer Experience
In this episode, Abi Noda, founder of Pull Panda and DX, discusses developer experience with SE Radio host Brijesh Ammanath. They examine the basic concept of DX and its importance before diving into a wide variety of issues, including methodologies...
Episode 523: Jessi Ashdown and Uri Gilad on Data Governance
Jessi Ashdown and Uri Gilad, authors of the book "Data Governance: The Definitive Guide," discuss what data governance entails, why it's important, and how it can be implemented. Host Akshay Manchale speaks with them about why data governance...
Episode 522: Noah Gift on MLOps
Noah Gift, author of "Practical MLOps", discusses MLOps, which are tools are techniques used to operationalize machine learning applications. Host Akshay Manchale spoke to Noah about the foundational aspects such as basic automation through DevOps, data...
Episode 521: Phillip Mayhew on Test Automation in Gaming
Phillip Mayhew of GameDriver discusses test automation for games and game-like applications. Host Philip Winston spoke with Mayhew about the increasing role of test automation in modern game development, the impact on the QA role, how to run tests...
Episode 520: John Ousterhout on A Philosophy of Software Design
John Ousterhout, professor of computer science at Stanford University, joined SE Radio host Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about his book, A Philosophy of Software Design. They discussed the history and ongoing challenges of software system design, especially the nature of complexity and the difficulties handling it. The conversation also explored various design concepts from the book, such as modularity, layering, abstraction, information hiding, maintainability, and readability.
Episode 519: Kumar Ramaiyer on Building a SaaS
Kumar Ramaiyer, CTO, Planning Business Unit at Workday, discusses the Infrastructure services needed for and the design of Building and lifecycle of supporting a SaaS application.
After listening to this podcast I feel that I could recommend this to anyone looking for interesting and new innovative ideas.
Host is lagging behind.
Podcast host asking questions that are not follows conversation line. It seems to me that questions prepared before the dialog and in spite of conversation questions asked most of the time have no relation to the conversation flow.
Needs audio quality inprovement
Content is a mixed bag, but even when an episode is good, the audio production quality is poor. Makes it hard to listen to at higher speeds and requires close listening that most podcasts don’t.