Software Engineering Radio - the podcast for professional software developers

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.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 56m. Bisher sind 837 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 31 days 14 hours 4 minutes

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Episode 13: Ruby in Practice


Ruby has been getting more and more attention by the developer community over the last couple of years. Nevertheless Ruby as language and as a plattform is not too widespread. Most developers don't know people who have actually done commercial Ruby pro...


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 2006-04-27  31m
 
 

Episode 12: Concurrency Pt. 1


This is the first part of a series of Concurrency episodes. In this part Alex and Michael motivate and introduce the topic. We explain fundamental terms, such as thread, process, or mutex and dicuss typical challenges,


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 2006-04-19  25m
 
 

Episode 12: Concurrency Pt. 1


This is the first part of a series of Concurrency episodes. In this part Alex and Michael motivate and introduce the topic. We explain fundamental terms, such as thread, process, or mutex and dicuss typical challenges,


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 2006-04-19  25m
 
 

Episode 11: Interview Gregor Kiczales


In this Episode we have the pleasure of talking with Gregor Kiczales. Gregor is one of the fathers of aspect-oriented programming (AOP). Today he is a professor of computer science at the University of British Columbia. Back in his days at Xerox Parc,


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 2006-04-09  34m
 
 

Episode 11: Interview Gregor Kiczales


In this Episode we have the pleasure of talking with Gregor Kiczales. Gregor is one of the fathers of aspect-oriented programming (AOP). Today he is a professor of computer science at the University of British Columbia. Back in his days at Xerox Parc,


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 2006-04-09  34m
 
 

Episode 10: Remoting Pt. 2


This is the second part of the remoting infrastructures discussion started in Episode 9. We take a look at how remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Web Services work internally. This includes the low level details of the transport l...


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 2006-03-30  34m
 
 

Episode 10: Remoting Pt. 2


This is the second part of the remoting infrastructures discussion started in Episode 9. We take a look at how remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Web Services work internally. This includes the low level details of the transport l...


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 2006-03-30  34m
 
 

Episode 9: Remoting Pt.1 and Listener Feedback


This Episode as well as the next one take a look at remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Webservices. In this first part we will take a look at why remote communication is necessary in the first place,


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 2006-03-19  40m
 
 

Episode 9: Remoting Pt.1 and Listener Feedback


This Episode as well as the next one take a look at remoting infrastructures such as CORBA, .NET Remoting or Webservices. In this first part we will take a look at why remote communication is necessary in the first place,


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 2006-03-19  40m
 
 

Episode 8: Interview Eric Evans


Eric Evans is the author of the well known Domain-Driven Design book. In his day job he works as a consultant and coach for his own company, Domain Language. In this interview, Eric talks about the essential building blocks of domain-driven design as w...


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 2006-03-08  38m