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SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on Docker Security

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SE-Radio Episode 290: Diogo Mónica on Docker Security

Docker Security Team lead Diogo Mónica talks with SE Radio’s Kim Carter about Docker Security aspects. Simple Application Security, which hasn’t changed much over the past 15 years, is still considered the most effective way to improve security around Docker containers and infrastructure. The discussion explores characteristics such as Immutability, the copy-on-write filesystem, as well […]

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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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Episode 147: Software Development Manager

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Episode 147: Software Development Manager

Michael and Markus discuss what makes a good R&D manager and how to potentially become an R&D manager. You will learn what some of the essential skills are, what the challenges are, and what the ‘mission/vision/strategy thing’ is actually good for.

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Episode 146: Interesting Patterns at EuroPLoP 2009

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Episode 146: Interesting Patterns at EuroPLoP 2009

This episode is a discussion with various authors of patterns reviewed at EuroPLoP 2009. Topics include Product Line Engineering, Distributed Development, Open Source and Embedded Systems

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Episode 128: Web App Security with Bruce Sams

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Episode 128: Web App Security with Bruce Sams

The majority of hacker attacks (70 %) are directed at weaknesses that are the result of problems in the implementation and/or architecture of the application. This session shows how you can protect your web applications (J2EE or .NET) against these attacks. The session covers lots of practical examples and techniques for attack. Furthermore, it shows strategies for defense, including a “Secure Software Development Lifecycle”. A “Live Hacking” demo rounds it out.

This is a session recorded live at OOP 2009. SE Radio thanks Bruce, SIGS Datacom and the programme chair, Frances Paulisch, for their great support!

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