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 142: Sustainable Architecture with Kevlin Henney and Klaus Marquardt 2009-08-10
Episode 141: Second Life and Mono with Jim Purbrick 2009-07-27
Episode 140: Newspeak and Pluggable Types with Gilad Bracha 2009-07-13
Episode 139: Fearless Change with Linda Rising 2009-06-29
Episode 138: Learning as a Part of Development with Allan Kelly 2009-06-15
Episode 137: SQL with Jim Melton 2009-06-04
Episode 136: Past Present and Future of MDA with David Frankel 2009-05-26
Episode 135: Introduction to Software Configuration Management with Petri Ahonen 2009-05-16
Episode 134: Release It with Michael Nygard 2009-05-06
Episode 133: Continuous Integration with Chris Read 2009-04-26
Episode 132: Top 10 Architecture Mistakes with Eoin Woods 2009-04-16
Episode 131: Adrenaline Junkies with DeMarco and Hruschka 2009-04-06
Episode 130: Code Visualization with Michele Lanza 2009-03-27
Episode 129: F# with Luke Hoban 2009-03-17
Episode 128: Web App Security with Bruce Sams 2009-03-07
Episode 127: Usability with Joachim Machate 2009-02-25
Episode 126: Jetbrains MPS with Konstantin Solomatov 2009-02-15
Episode 125: Performance Engineering with Chris Grindstaff 2009-02-05
Episode 124: OpenJDK with Dalibor Topic 2009-01-26
Episode 123: Microsoft OSLO with Don Box and Doug Purdy 2009-01-15

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