Rob Hirschfeld, CEO of RackN, discusses “bare metal as a service” with SE Radio host Brijesh Ammanath. This episode examines all things bare metal, starting with the basics…

How do you know what it’s like to use your product? While you can talk to your users—or mine and analyze data— really understanding that experience is hard….

Enterprise-grade authentication is often an essential ingredient to virtually all applications in today’s world. However, companies often have a hard time understanding the value of that authentication especially…

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Noah Gift, author of Practical MLOps, discusses tools and techniques used to operationalize machine learning applications. Host Akshay Manchale speaks with him about the foundational aspects of MLOps,…

Technical debt is a widely recognized software engineering concern that refers to the tradeoff between the short-term benefits of rapid delivery and the long-term value of developing a…

Aristagoras led the Ionian revolt against the Persian Empire in 499 BCE. The revolt was coordinated with other Greek city-states by means of an early example of steganography,…

Peter Wyatt, CTO at PDF Association and project co-leader of ISO 32000 (the core PDF standard), and Duff Johnson, CEO at PDF Association and ISO Project co-leader and…

A deeper look at fetch Photo by Rob Fuller on Unsplash Requesting resources from an API is a popular and nearly crucial feature required for building modern applications….

Ryan Magee, postdoctoral scholar research associate at LIGO Laboratory – Caltech, joins host Jeff Doolittle for a conversation about how software is used by scientists in physics research….