Archive for January, 2018

SE-Radio Episode 316: Nicolai Parlog on Java 9

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SE-Radio Episode 316: Nicolai Parlog on Java 9

Nate Black talks with Nicolai Parlog about Java 9. Topics include: a timeline of Java features; new patterns enabled by Java 8 lambdas, default interface implementations and how they enable code evolution; how Java 9 takes this further with private default methods; an introduction to Java modules: the Java Platform Module System (JPMS); “launch time” […]

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SE-Radio Episode 315: Jeroen Janssens on Tools for Data Science

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SE-Radio Episode 315: Jeroen Janssens on Tools for Data Science

Felienne interviews Jeroen Janssens on Data Science. They examine what data science is exactly, particularly exploring how it differs from machine learning and statistics. The episode further considers what skills people need to be great data scientists – skills that are related but not always equal to the skills that programming and software engineering require. […]

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SE-Radio Episode 314: Scott Piper on Cloud Security

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SE-Radio Episode 314: Scott Piper on Cloud Security

Founder of Summit Route / creator of FLAWS, Scott Piper talks with Kim Carter about Cloud Security. Covering the often misunderstood Shared Responsibility Model. Kim and Scott discuss how our assets have changed, and what the risks and countermeasures are with the exodus to the Cloud. A selection of techniques are discussed on how we […]

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