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Episodes (28)

Episode | Sep 4, 2020

Meet Andy Meira, founder of the world's first international earthquake early-warning system, OpenEEW

Episode | Jul 22, 2020

In this episode, Beat tells us his origin story, as well as, about his work on the Adversarial Robustness Toolbox…

Episode | Jul 21, 2020

Andrea and Mike use the IBM Garage Method which is a comprehensive approach that blends a variety of techniques and…

Episode | Jul 20, 2020

Please join us for an exciting conversation with IBM Space Tech CTO and Distiguised Engineer, Naeem Altaf. Topics range from…

Episode | Jul 9, 2020

Bob shared with us his origin story and insights into how he applies his experience and expertise to personal and…

Episode | Jul 9, 2020

Troy Fisher | Ethical Hacker | Origin Story

Episode | Jun 19, 2020

Dr. Lopez and his team combine physical and chemical theory with numerical methods in High-Performance Computing environments to create systems-level…

Episode | Jun 17, 2020

Jaya has worked in the security field for over 20 years, holding chief architect roles for identity and access management,…

Episode | Jun 17, 2020

Nigel was drawn to the craft of software engineering because of the agency it provides to create and interact with…

Episode | Jun 17, 2020

Rosalind is a leader in the DevSecOps movement and empowers developers to create secure hybrid applications across multicloud environments using…

Episode | Jun 17, 2020

Dan has worked in the computer security field for over 30 years and leads the Red Hat Container Engineering team.

Episode | May 12, 2020

Our guests are Research Professor Dr. Abdollah (Abi) Arabshahi and the Director of the SimCenter Dr. Anthony Skjellum.

Episode | Feb 21, 2020

GitLab is a complete DevOps solution that enables teams to collaborate on software development, reaching a community of more than…

Episode | Feb 21, 2020

John's work with the Code and Response program at a New York City hackathon challenged the participants to devise solutions…

Episode | Jan 29, 2020

Our guest Val Bercovici from PencilDATA and Jason McGee, CTO of IBM Cloud Platform discuss the changing face of cybersecurity…

Episode | Jan 28, 2020

Join us for a discussion with Chris Aniszczyk, CTO and COO the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), and Jason McGee,…

Episode | Jan 16, 2020

Open Mainframe Project is an open source initiative that plays an integral role in meeting today’s enterprise business needs.

Episode | Jan 15, 2020

In this episode, Aaron Baughman shares with us his work on the ESPN Fantasy Football Application.

Episode | Nov 25, 2019

The National Security Agency has 40 open source projects and an active community team, as well as public education programs.…

Episode | Nov 12, 2019

Erin Schnabel shares with us how Appsody provides everything you need to iteratively develop applications, ready for deployment to Kubernetes…

Episode | Nov 11, 2019

Our guest Chris Bailey shares with us the systems architects perspective Kabanero, an open source project focused on bringing together…

Episode | Nov 10, 2019 is an open source project focused on bringing together foundational open source technologies into a modern microservices-based framework.

Episode | Oct 21, 2019

Our guest Brad Topol shares insights into the rise of Kubernetes and tells us his own tech origin story.

Episode | Sep 26, 2019

Lin Sun is an IBM Master Inventor with more than 100 patents, and she is a maintainer of the open…

Episode | Sep 24, 2019

Get a quick overview of public and private blockchain concepts, plus a deeper dive into some business use cases with…

Episode | Sep 20, 2019

Our guests Phil Estes & Liz Rice join us for a lively discussion about containers, security, and open source communities.

Episode | Sep 5, 2019

Red Hat OpenShift Commons organizer Diane Mueller tells us about the her approach to growing engaged and connected communities.

Episode | Jul 30, 2019

Z stands for zero downtime. There are IBM Z systems that have been running continuously for over 20 years.