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The Software Industry Is <i>Still</i> the Problem
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The Software Industry Is Still the Problem

The time is (also) way overdue for IT professional liability.

Lamboozling Attackers
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Lamboozling Attackers: A New Generation of Deception

Software engineering teams can exploit attackers' human nature by building deception environments.

It Takes a Community
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It Takes a Community: The Open Source Challenge

A discussion with Reynold Xin, Wes McKinney, Alan Gates, and Chris McCubbin.

Meaning and Context in Computer Programs
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Meaning and Context in Computer Programs

Sharing domain knowledge among programmers using the source code as the medium.

A Conversation with Margo Seltzer and Mike Olson
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A Conversation with Margo Seltzer and Mike Olson

The history of Berkeley DB.

Static Analysis at GitHub
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Static Analysis at GitHub

An experience report.

Designing UIs for Static-Analysis Tools
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Designing UIs for Static-Analysis Tools

Evaluating tool design guidelines with SWAN.

Static Analysis
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Static Analysis

The fundamental challenge of software engineering is one of complexity.

Digging into Big Provenance (with SPADE)
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Digging into Big Provenance (with SPADE)

A user interface for querying provenance.

Software Development in Disruptive Times
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Software Development in Disruptive Times

Creating a software solution with fast decision capability, agile project management, and extreme low-code technology.

WebRTC
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WebRTC: Real-Time Communication for the Open Web Platform

What was once a way to bring audio and video to the Web has expanded into more use cases than we could ever imagine.

Application Frameworks
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Application Frameworks

While powerful, frameworks are not for everyone.

Always-on Time-Series Database
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Always-on Time-Series Database: Keeping Up Where There's No Way to Catch Up

A discussion with Theo Schlossnagle, Justin Sheehy, and Chris McCubbin.

A Second Conversation with Werner Vogels
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A Second Conversation with Werner Vogels

The Amazon CTO sits with Tom Killalea to discuss designing for evolution at scale.

Differential Privacy
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Differential Privacy: The Pursuit of Protections by Default

A discussion with Miguel Guevara, Damien Desfontaines, Jim Waldo, and Terry Coatta

The Time I Stole $10,000 from Bell Labs
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The Time I Stole $10,000 from Bell Labs

Why DevOps encourages us to celebrate outages.

The Life of a Data Byte
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The Life of a Data Byte

Be kind and rewind.

Data on the Outside versus Data on the Inside
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Data on the Outside versus Data on the Inside

Data kept outside SQL has different characteristics from data kept inside.

Debugging Incidents in Google's Distributed Systems
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Debugging Incidents in Google's Distributed Systems

How experts debug production issues in complex distributed systems.

Dark Patterns
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Dark Patterns: Past, Present, and Future

The evolution of tricky user interfaces.
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