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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Dwight Merriman on Replication

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses about database replication. As application data size and throughput have outgrown the processing and storage needs of commodity servers, replication has become an increasingly important strategy.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    The Mainframe With Jeff Frey

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses about the ultimate computing platform the mainframes. This leading virtualized infrastructure is not just hardware, but advanced sets of operating system, programming, and transaction-processing platforms that are relied-upon worldwide for massive-scale computational and data needs, and that are becoming increasingly applicable to the cloud...

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Domain-Specific Languages With Martin Fowler and Rebecca Parsons

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss about Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs). Topics covered include a definition of DSL, Internal vs. External DSLs, reasons to use DSLs and reasons not to, the DSL lifecycle and the role of language workbenches. The conversation is loosely based on their book Domain-Specific Languages.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Distributed Scrum With Rini Van Solingen

    In this podcast, the speakers talk about scrum and agile software development in distributed settings where the team is spread across different locations, different buildings or even different countries and continents. They reflect about the basic concepts and assumptions of agile software development and what makes it difficult to do...

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Leading Agile Developers With Jurgen Appelo

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss on the topic of management in agile organizations: leading agile developers. They discuss about the need for a different style of management compared to previous command and control styles used to lead organizations.

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  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Dwight Merriman on Replication

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses about database replication. As application data size and throughput have outgrown the processing and storage needs of commodity servers, replication has become an increasingly important strategy.

    Provided By Software Engineering Radio

  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    The Mainframe With Jeff Frey

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses about the ultimate computing platform the mainframes. This leading virtualized infrastructure is not just hardware, but advanced sets of operating system, programming, and transaction-processing platforms that are relied-upon worldwide for massive-scale computational and data needs, and that are becoming increasingly applicable to the cloud...

    Provided By Software Engineering Radio

  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Domain-Specific Languages With Martin Fowler and Rebecca Parsons

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss about Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs). Topics covered include a definition of DSL, Internal vs. External DSLs, reasons to use DSLs and reasons not to, the DSL lifecycle and the role of language workbenches. The conversation is loosely based on their book Domain-Specific Languages.

    Provided By Software Engineering Radio

  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Distributed Scrum With Rini Van Solingen

    In this podcast, the speakers talk about scrum and agile software development in distributed settings where the team is spread across different locations, different buildings or even different countries and continents. They reflect about the basic concepts and assumptions of agile software development and what makes it difficult to do...

    Provided By Software Engineering Radio

  • Podcasts // Jan 2012

    Leading Agile Developers With Jurgen Appelo

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss on the topic of management in agile organizations: leading agile developers. They discuss about the need for a different style of management compared to previous command and control styles used to lead organizations.

    Provided By Software Engineering Radio