Archive for January, 2006

Episode 3: Interview Doug Schmidt

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Episode 3: Interview Doug Schmidt

In this episode we talk with Doug Schmidt. Doug is a professor of computer science at Vanderbilt University and a well-respected authority in the fields of middleware, patterns and model-driven development. In this interview we talk about these topics in the context of distributed, realtime embedded (DRE) systems.

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Episode 2: Dependencies

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Episode 2: Dependencies

Eberhard and Markus discuss the important topic of associations and dependencies in this show. While OO languages provide direct support for subtyping, most don’t provide a first-class construct for other relationships between objects. The discussion elaborates on the problem and looks at various remedies, most importantly, dependency injection.

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Episode 1: Patterns

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Episode 1: Patterns

In this episode Michael and Markus talk about patterns. Starting with some of their “most used” patterns, they go into some detail about the history of patterns. They then discuss the various pattern forms as well as some misconceptions about patterns. Other topics include the domains that are covered by patterns as well as pattern languages.

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Episode 0: About

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Episode 0: About

This is the first episode (actually, episode zero) of software engineering radio. The episode does not contain real content, rather, Markus explains what the podcast is all about.

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