29 episodes

Software World is a podcast for software engineers hosted by Candost. Every second Tuesday, Candost uncovers the journeys of people and software systems. I interview the experts or talk alone about software architecture, system design, feedback, software engineering leadership, careers, team management, processes, product and customer-centricity, and more.

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Software World is a podcast for software engineers hosted by Candost. Every second Tuesday, Candost uncovers the journeys of people and software systems. I interview the experts or talk alone about software architecture, system design, feedback, software engineering leadership, careers, team management, processes, product and customer-centricity, and more.

Follow my blog at candost.blog, for articles and a podcast, and subscribe to my newsletter.

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    #28: How to Present Solutions as Software Engineers

    #28: How to Present Solutions as Software Engineers

    Different groups of people demand various details when listening to your solutions. The details you’ll show to a software engineer differs from the level of detail you will show to your product manager, and it will be completely different when you want to present to a C-level.
    I've realized many engineers struggle to communicate their work at different levels. Even the most experienced en­gineers have difficulty presenting their ideas or their achievements. In this episode, I talk about how to present your solutions and create the most profound impact on your audience. I share what I've learned and honed with feedback over the years.
    Links: 
    Demystifying Public Speaking by Lara Hogan
    Find the transcript and show notes on https://candost.blog today.


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    • 16 min
    #27: Problem-Solving Skills & A Strategy for Software Engineers

    #27: Problem-Solving Skills & A Strategy for Software Engineers

    In the first episode of the new season, I talk about Problem-Solving skills and strategies for developers. As we all have a common goal of solving problems with software, improving our skills and using various strategies are crucial.
    I talk about a clear strategy to solve almost any problem we face. We can solve problems in five steps.
    1. Find out the real problem
    2. Clarify the problem and expectations
    3. Simplify the problem
    4. Create potential solutions
    5. Merge and evaluate solutions
    In five steps, you can solve many problems—big or small.
    You can find the transcription on the candost.blog.


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    • 25 min
    Trailer: Season #3

    Trailer: Season #3

    Software World opens its doors to season number three.
    After a season break, we're back with new content coming to your ears.
    As usual, the new episodes will arrive every second week on Tuesdays.
    If you want to get email notifications for the new episodes, go to mediations.candost.blog/s/podcast and subscribe. You can also find the show's RSS feed to add it to your podcast app.
    All show notes, and transcription will be available on mediations.candost.blog/s/podcast, you can also find the transcription of this trailer there!
    Head to the trailer to listen to what's coming in this season!


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    • 4 min
    #26: Machine Learning & Data Science with Jesper Dramsch

    #26: Machine Learning & Data Science with Jesper Dramsch

    On the season finale of The Software World, I welcome Jesper Dramsch, Scientist for Machine Learning at the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMRWF) and Geophysicist. They have online courses, blog articles, and a mini-book about Data Science and Machine Learning.
    In our conversation, Jesper talks about the differences between Machine Learning and Data Science, how to enter the field, and how life scientists shift their focus to Data Science.
    We talk about how businesses should approach data as the processes and methodologies are completely different from software engineering.
    Find the show notes and transcription at https://mediations.candost.blog/s/podcast.


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    • 1 hr 3 min
    #25: Live Pair Programming, Open Source, and Building Communities with Nick Taylor

    #25: Live Pair Programming, Open Source, and Building Communities with Nick Taylor

    On this episode of the Software World, I welcome Nick Taylor, Lead Software Engineer at Forem, the software powers dev.to.
    In our conversation, Nick talks about how he hosts pair programming in a live stream, important aspects of having and building communities and working on open source.
    Find the show notes and transcription at https://mediations.candost.blog/s/podcast.


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    • 49 min
    #24: Understanding Distributed Systems with Roberto Vitillo

    #24: Understanding Distributed Systems with Roberto Vitillo

    On this episode of the Software World, I welcomed Roberto Vitillo, Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft. We talked about distributed systems, the CAP theorem, writing a book, and growing a career in software engineering. Listen to the episode to learn more.
    To get a chance to win Understanding Distributed Systems, listen to the episode and learn how you can get a chance.
    All show notes, transcription, and links mentioned in the episode are available at https://mediations.candost.blog/s/podcast.
    Don't forget to follow & mention @ravitillo on Twitter.


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    • 37 min

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