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  1. My Everyday Tech: 2022!

    What’s in my bag and on my phones RIGHT NOW. All links below v

    Peak Design V2 Everyday 20L: MacBook Pro 16: AirPods Max: Opal C1 webcam: Canon R5: Canon 15-35 RF: USB-C cable with display:

    Trove slim wallet: iPhone 13 Pro: Pixel 6 Pro: TickTick: Agenda Calendar Widget: Osmos game:

    Tech I’m using right now:

    Intro Track: Playlist of MKBHD Intro music:


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  2. Episode 3 - Mark Richards on the Evolution of Software Architecture

    My guest today is my good friend Mark Richards. Mark is an independent hands-on software architect, with 20 of his 30 years of experience in the industry playing some type of architecture role on a myriad of different software projects. He is the author of several books including Java Message Service, 2nd Edition, and is featured in the book 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know. In addition to that he is a frequent speaker on the conference circuit (which is how we met), and gives various extremely popular software architecture trainings around the world.

    In this episode we discuss his keynote from the O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference in London, which took place in October 2016.

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  3. What college students do and don’t know about free software — GNU MediaGoblin

    What college students do and don’t know about free software Gina Likins, Matt Bernius

    Given the rapid growth of free software, it seems reasonable that free software communities might expect undergraduate students in computer science or software engineering programs would graduate with an understanding of free software and the ability to make project contributions. However, many students are not being taught core tools and concepts such as licenses, version control, and issue trackers as part of their degree program. This presentation will summarize the results of recent field research on the state of undergraduate education about free software; discuss the gap between undergraduate computing education and community expectations; and explore both the reasons for the gap and approaches to bridging it.

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  4. Episode 110: Roles in Software Engineering I | Software Engineering Radio

    This is the first part of a two part topic on roles in software engineering. Michael and Markus discuss role definitions in an corporate environment. For several typical roles we give hints on the expected skills, knowledge, and mindset. In this episode we discuss the roles junior developer, senior developer, and software architect.

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