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A Conversation with David Shaw

Wed, 16 Sep 2009 14:52:13 GMT

In a rare interview, David Shaw discusses how he's using computer science to unravel the mysteries of biochemistry.

A Conversation with Van Jacobson

Mon, 23 Feb 2009 08:35:35 GMT

The TCP/IP pioneer discusses the promise of content-centric networking with BBN chief scientist Craig Partridge.

A Conversation with Steve Bourne, Eric Allman, and Bryan Cantrill

Fri, 24 Oct 2008 08:32:21 GMT

In part two of their discussion, our editorial board members consider XP and Agile.

A Conversation with Steve Bourne, Eric Allman, and Bryan Cantrill

Wed, 24 Sep 2008 11:11:52 GMT

In part one of a two-part series, three Queue editorial board members discuss the practice of software engineering.

The Ever Expanding Ecosystem for Embedded Computing

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:42 GMT

Mike Vizard from ACM Queue talks with Oracle's Mike Olson about the changing architecture of network-enabled applications. Olson explains the thinking behind the company's new focus on embedded database and middleware technology. He explores the technical, business and economic forces shaping this fast-growing market. Tune in to learn how Oracle plans to serve customers way outside the enterprise.

Bringing IT All Together

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:41 GMT

A piecemeal approach to building data centers that relies on commodity servers, switches and systems management software only leads to inefficient systems that add unnecessary cost and management overhead to IT operations. In an interview with Queuecast host Mike Vizard, Liquid Computing CTO and co-founder Mike Kemp offers a fresh approach to enterprise computing.

SOA Testing

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:41 GMT

As developers move to build applications that span service-oriented architectures, many of them underestimate the testing challenges associated with building and maintaining applications that can comprise hundreds of different Web services. Developers need a robust set of testing tools and a systematic approach to testing to prevent errors from being introduced or, worse yet, propagated throughout the system. Wayne Ariola, vice president of corporate development for Parasoft, in a conversation with Queuecast host Mike Vizard, highlights some of the more common miscues associated with SOA and discusses best practices for building SOA applications.

Instant Legacy

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:41 GMT

Companies building applications in an SOA environment must take care to ensure seamless interaction and make certain that any changes to their applications won't negatively impact other applications. In an interview with ACM Queuecast host Mike Vizard, John Michelsen, CTO of iTKO, a Dallas based provider of testing tools for SOA applications, discusses the need for companies to recognize this delicate balance.

Google Talk

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:41 GMT

Although Google remains relatively mum about its ambitions in the area of speech recognition, Mike Cohen, head of the company's efforts in this area and a co-founder of Nuance Communications, says that speech recognition will increasingly play a bigger role in all Web-based applications going forward. But for developers to be successful in this space, they will need to get in touch with their inner persons more than ever if they hope to create applications that ordinary people will actually use.

Orienting Oracle

Mon, 21 Jul 2008 14:56:41 GMT

As vice president of server technologies for Oracle, Amlan Debnath is one of the few people who can synthesize Oracle's software infrastructure plans. In an interview with ACM Queucast host Mike Vizard, Debnath provides some insights to how Oracle's strategy is evolving to simultaneously embrace service-oriented architectures alongside the demands of new and emerging events-driven architectures.