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Episode 392: Stephen Wolfram on Mathematica

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Episode 392: Stephen Wolfram on Mathematica

Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica and Wolfram Alpha discusses the wolfram language, the language behind both projects. Host Adam Gordon Bell spoke with Stephen Wolfram about computing, computational essays, building a language, notebook based computing, and teaching children how to code. Stephen discusses the origin story of Mathematica and why it is so unique and […]

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Episode 391: Jeremy Howard on Deep Learning and fast.ai

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Episode 391: Jeremy Howard on Deep Learning and fast.ai

Jeremy Howard from fast.ai explains deep learning from concept to implementation. With transfer learning, individuals and small organizations can quickly get to work on machine learning problems using the open source fastai library and desktop graphics hardware. Jeremy and host Nate Black discuss neural network architecture and deep learning models, using pre-trained models from a […]

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SE-Radio Episode 390: Sam Procter on Security in Software Design

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SE-Radio Episode 390: Sam Procter on Security in Software Design

Sam Procter a researcher at the Software Engineering Institute of Carnegie Mellon University discusses Security in Software design. Justin Beyer spoke with Procter about Architecture Design Languages, specifically Architecture Analysis and Design Language (AADL) about what it is, how it can be used for security and privacy. Specifically, he discussed AADL, the tooling that is […]

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Episode 389: Ryan Singer on Basecamp’s Software Development Process

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Episode 389: Ryan Singer on Basecamp’s Software Development Process

Ryan Singer, head of strategy at Basecamp, discusses the “Shape Up” method of software development with host Nate Black. Scrum pushes too many strategic decisions down on development teams, without giving them enough time to do meaningful work. Instead, Basecamp uses an up-front mix of strategy and design called “shaping”. Basecamp sees backlogs as a […]

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Episode 388: Bob Kepford on Decoupled Content Management Systems

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Episode 388: Bob Kepford on Decoupled Content Management Systems

Bob Kepford of Mediacurrent discusses Decoupled Content Management Systems. From their inception, content management systems (CMS) have been built in a monolithic fashion. Lately, however, some CMS practitioners have begun migrating to a decoupled approach. As with any change in approach, there are trade-offs to consider, and a decoupled CMS is not a solution for […]

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