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when I visit http://feeds.feedburner.com/se-radio?format=xml and click on a title I get Not Found
Apologies, but the page you requested could not be found. Perhaps searching will help.
Thanks for the hint. We are still in the process of getting the page back to work. I hope the issue is fixed tomorrow.
Sorry for the inconveniences
Should work now
It works now. I like the new theme, happy to see the RSS link at the top.
Love listening to your podcasts and find them extremely informative. I have show suggestions. One on NServiceBus with Udi Dahan and another on the Scala Language. Thanks again keep up the good work…
I just wanted to flattr se-radio, but couldn’t find a button for that.
Is it planned?
I just added it. So now you can flattr us
I’m getting the same issue that alessio had a few days ago, FYI.
iTunes just decided to download all the old episodes again. Some early episodes have now been downloaded 3 times. I am wondering if when updating the RSS feed some datestamp is updated by accident (or was “clean” flag added maybe).
A good way to get your download stats up at least!
We’re sorry for that. The dates should be the same. But indeed, we added the clean flag.
Could you add back the release date for each episode? iTunes still thinks what I have is different from what’s available so it will keep re-downloading. I don’t want to delete the original old episodes because iTunes is tracking the last time I listened to each one.
We tried our best to keep it the same as before but with the switch of the underlaying system there is nothing I can do for you there. I am sorry
Also the author field is slightly different
Hi there. Thanks for doing SE Radio, enjoying it. Just flattred the most recent episode as I found no flattr-Button for SE-Radio in general. Did I overlook something?
Keep on… Regards
That’s right, we have not yet a general flattr-Button on the website.
Thanks for your contribution
There’s twitter updates on your site, but your twitter account is not mentioned on the “Contact” site (or did I overlook it?).
Thanks for very interesting podcasts. But, where is new ones? Please, give us new interesting stories. Already been more than two weeks since the last podcast.
Hi, where now i can find the transcrition on site?
Hi SER Team. Thanks for all your work in making so much interesting content available. I have one suggestion for a future episode. Almost half your episodes are tagged with “Domain-Driven Design”, more than twice as many as any other tag. Yet most of the episodes so tagged only mention it in passing. Where is the episode explicitly about DDD? Why not interview Eric Evans or Jimmy Nilsson? That’s one I’d like to hear.
verfolge mit Interesse Euren Podcast und bin echt begeistert!
Habe vor Urzeiten mal bei einem Projekt mitgearbeitet (http://www.nadasweb.de/); das ist eine statische datenbank;
sprich: keine updates; inserts, ausser ganze db als ganzes. Dabei aber bei selects sauschnell.
Klingt nach Werbung, will aber einfach nur mal wissen, ob aus professioneller Sicht Bedarf an sowas bestehen koennte.
Ich kam drauf Sie zu fragen, weil ich die Podcasts mit den nosql-dbs sehr interessiert verfolgt hab .
I’m a Software Engineering major in college and I must say I really really like your show!!!! I’m presently listening to “State of the Union” and I hope you keep going. I wish we could get more resources for you guys. Let me research a little bit and I’ll get back to you soon.
Meanwhile, keep going
Can you consider making a low-bandwidth MP3/AAC available (i.e. ~32 kbps)? I like to listen and download from my BB while traveling and despite this being almost 2011 still have troubles with large downloads.
great podcasts. I’m downloading more and more of them . What I couldn’t find is a short list of all available podcasts. Is there any link? It is annoying to navigate via “Older episodes”. Keep up the excellent work!
If you have iTunes, you might want to try subscribing to SE Radio’s podcast. This will give you a more concise list of all the episodes.
Just wondering why the Podcast RSS feed has truncated episode descriptions?
eg. “In this episode Michael talks with Bas Vodde about how [...]”
I think all the other podcasts I listen to have full descriptions in what ever field that is in the feed xml. SE Radio seems to be the odd one out.
If there isn’t a technical reason why you’re doing this, it would be great to have the full description so I can properly review the episode content (especially on my WP7 phone)
Thanks for doing this. I enjoy listening very much.
If had a wish free I would like to listen to some episodes
in the context of Requirements engineering. Like an interview with
* Ellen Gottesdiener – EBG Consulting or
* Colin Hood from the Hood group or
* Christof Ebert author of “Systematisches Requirements Engineering: Anforderungen ermitteln, spezifizieren, analysieren und verwalten”
*Karl Wiegers author of “Software Requirements” or
what would be wonderful with
* Gerald M. Weinberg author of many books including “Psychology of Computer programming” or
* Suzanne or James Robertson authors of “Mastering the Requirements Process”.
Well maybe sometimes wishes come true
Keep up the good work.
First of all, thanks for the valuable podcasts – they give me a chance to educate myself even in situations when reading or programming is not possible. Good job, keep running…;-)
I would like to propose several subjects for future episodes:
1) Steve Freeman about test-driven development (I guess you know his book on that topic)
2) Software testing – general overview (there were already some specific topics like xUnit patterns, but a general overview would be fine too)
3) Documenting software architectures
Thanks, best regards
A friend pointed out the interview with Scott Meyers about C++0x. I had not heard of SE-Radio before and have been listening from the beginning. You can find my comments on my blog at http://ansak.blogspot.com/2011/03/comments-on-software-engineering-radio.html
How about an episode on appsterdam (http://appsterdam.rs/) perhaps not your normal offering , which i love, but a very interesting topic none the less.
Guys, My RSS client runs once a day, and I’ve been getting episode 81 every day since 7/17.
This is not the first time an old episode popped-up, but it’s the first time it’s been persistent.
On 7/6, I got episode 177, as expected
On 7/10, I got 165 (a little strange)
On 7/15, I got 72 (also a little strange)
On 7/17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 I got episode 81.
First and foremost a big thanks to se-radio team for making this site possible.
Will there be a podcast on programmer productivity advice tools methods approaches etc
Great job. I love your podcasts, they are very professional and up to the point.
I wish you have them more often, not once a month.
Keep up a great work.
Great shows. I love them a lot, great topics and you guys rock.
Please don’t stop, please do more podcasts, your shows inspire me to learn more about languages. What I like you are not concentrating on one language, but you talk about different languages.
Again continue your great work.
Can you please make the paypal payment text in english for non-german speakers? (one suggestion is to use the language/locale info returned by my browser for starters, and a link to switch text between german or english)
Hi, I really like your podcasts. Lots of information, discussions and food for thought.
The only thing that might need improvement are the titles of each episode.
While traveling I often use itunes on my ipod to browse for interesting
podcasts and all I can see from your stuff is “episode xxx:” followed by three or for letters
of the real title.
It would be much better if the first 20 chAracters would give an indication
about the topic of the podcast.
Thanks in advance if you follow this request. In my opinion it would
increase useability on mobile devices.
SE Radio was highly recommended to a StackOverflow user who asked about the availability of podcasts on compiler development: http://bit.ly/z8oSYc
Keep up the excellent work SE Radio!
You guys are great carpool buddies, and I thank you for it.
As a new listener, is there anywhere I can browse the episodes in larger portions, some sort of a list? It could be my machine, but browsing the ITunes app is really clunky.
Thanks again, you give this CS student tons of topics to research further.
It’s been a couple of years I listen SE Radio with great pleasure. Thanks for the good work!
One suggestion (I might not be the first one, but I didn’t where it was already suggested): how about embedding the pictures of the guests in the podcast, and adding the summary as “lyrics”? I almost never go to the web page, so I have rarely seen the faces of people (while it makes things more humane!).
Also (but I agree this is more work), maybe when talking about books you could insert a picture of the book itself. I know this is more work, and you already have plenty to do! But I wanted to drop my idea into your suggestion box.
I’ve been listening for a short while now and have made it up to episode 62.
I’m mainly a Java/Scala developer so I like episodes I can relate directly to job but it’s also interesting to hear about other things I don’t deal with every day. I’ve noticed quite an improvement in the sound quality from the first episode to episode 62.
Keep up the good work and I’ll continue listening!
Great Site. I have been a fan for some years now. I have a MS in SW Engineering and it would be nice to do an Episode on the difference between Software Engineering and Computer Science, just to inform folks. Thank you and IEEE for providing these wonderful podcasts. I can’t get enough of this stuff.
Thanks to these software engineering radio podcast and I’m a regular listener to it. It’s been a while we had any recent podcast since early February. Please keep these coming on a regular basis. Thanks.
Thank you for the great podcast. I am new to this podcast and I am listening all episodes from the beginning. I use Podcast app on iPhone. Recently, episodes from 0 to 146 just disappeared from podcast app. It only shows episodes from 147-onward. Do you know why this is happening? Thanks.
I fixed that problem by just reinstalling podcast app. seems something went wrong on my side.
There is a strange behavior, which does not comfort my morning with my Android:
http://www.se-radio.net/feed/ does not display the latest episode with Michael Hunger.
Interestingly in the desktop browser versons of the Google Reader (few days to live) and Feedly, which imported from Google Reader, do show the latest episode. And they use the URL from above.
What’ going on?
I really enjoy your podcast and the quality of your interviews!
Thank you and cheers
That seemed to have been a temporary glitch, since now it seems to work as expected. Let me know if you still experience problems (sorry for the late reply btw).
Is there any place where one could download all of the popcasts as a single zip? It would be really helpful to not have to click download for all of them as that causes some issues with my browser.
There isn’t a single place like that, sorry. However most desktop podcatcher clients (like gPodder, iTunes, etc) have an option to download all the podcasts.
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