Archive for April, 2017

SE-Radio Episode 289: James Turnbull on Declarative Programming with Terraform

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SE-Radio Episode 289: James Turnbull on Declarative Programming with Terraform

James Turnbull rejoins the show with Robert Blumen for a conversation mostly about Terraform, as well as a bit about Puppet. Terraform is a declarative programming tool for automating infrastructure resource creation; it targets resource providers, such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Digital Ocean, and other cloud and SAAS back ends. The discussion explores the […]

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SE-Radio Episode 288: Francois Raynaud on DevSecOps

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SE-Radio Episode 288: Francois Raynaud on DevSecOps

Francois Raynaud and Kim Carter discuss what’s wrong with the traditional delivery approach and why we need to change. They explore the dangers of retrofitting security to the end of projects, how to combine development, operations, and security people into the same development teams and why, along with cost-benefit analysis. Francois and Kim discuss the […]

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Welcome New Host Kim Carter

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Welcome New Host Kim Carter

We’re pleased to welcome Kim Carter to the SE radio team. Kim is a technologist / engineer, information security professional, entrepreneur, and the founder of BinaryMist. He has 15 years’ commercial experience in architecture, development, engineering, and testing of both small and large-scale software and networks. He also has considerable experience in security assessments and penetration testing. Carter is […]

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SE-Radio Episode 287: Success Skills for Architects with Neil Ford

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SE-Radio Episode 287: Success Skills for Architects with Neil Ford

Neal Ford of ThoughtWorks chats with SE Radio’s Kim Carter about the skills required to be a successful software architect, how to create and maintain them, and how to transition from other roles, such as software engineering. Neal discusses that the required skills can be learned, you do not have to be born with special […]

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