Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast. Every 10 days, a new episode is published that covers all topics software engineering. Episodes are either tutorials on a specific topic, or an interview with a well-known character from the software engineering world. All SE Radio episodes are original content — we do not record conferences or talks given in other venues. Each episode comprises two speakers to ensure a lively listening experience. SE Radio is an independent and non-commercial organization. All content is licensed under the Creative Commons 2.5 license.


Title Date published
Episode 200: Markus Völter on Language Design and Domain Specific Languages 2014-01-13
Episode 199: Michael Stonebraker on Current Developments in Databases 2013-12-05
Episode 198: Wil van der Aalst on Workflow Management Systems 2013-09-30
Episode 197: Lars Vogel on Android 2013-09-06
Episode 196: Personal Kanban with Jim Benson 2013-07-31
Episode 195: Ellen Gottensdiener and Mary Gorman 2013-06-19
Episode 194: Michael Hunger on Graph Databases 2013-05-22
Episode 193: Apache Mahout 2013-04-22
Episode 192: Open Source Development: Perspectives From Management Science 2013-02-13
Episode 191: Massively Open Online Courses 2013-01-07
Episode 190: Lean (Software) Development 2012-12-18
Episode 189: Eric Lubow on Polyglot Persistence 2012-11-16
Episode 188: Requirements in Agile Projects 2012-09-12
Episode 187: Grant Ingersoll on the Solr Search Engine 2012-07-18
Episode 186: Martin Fowler and Pramod Sadalage on Agile Database Development 2012-06-01
Episode 185: Dwight Merriman on Replication 2012-04-10
Episode 184: The Mainframe with Jeff Frey 2012-03-14
Episode 183: SE Radio becomes part of IEEE Software 2012-02-07
Episode 182: Domain-Specific Languages with Martin Fowler and Rebecca Parsons 2012-01-24
Episode 181: Distributed Scrum with Rini van Solingen 2011-12-06

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