This is a list of works of media in which I am featured in some way
Adam is the host of the corecusive podcast, a popular podcast about software engineering. Some popular episodes include:
Adam is a host on the seradio podcast. Software Engineering Radio is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource.
Adam was a guest host on the SEDaily podcast. Software Engineering Daily is a podcast targeted at the professional software developer.
Adam Gordon Bell talks with Dave Rael about learning, podcasting, applying patterns, the good fortune of software developers, and delivering value.
Adam Talks about functional programming and his love for scala
Adam talks with Patrick Wheeler and Jason Gauci about the basics of funtional programming and also how ideas from functional programming paradigms are migrating to other languages because of their usefulness.
An insight into the journey of the CoRecursive Podcast.
In this episode of the Accidental Engineer, Adam shares the pros/cons of full-time remote software engineering roles, how remote teams can come together around incidents in production software and why Docker rose to popularity and how to adopt in your engineering org.
Adam talks to Dave and Woody about working remotely. Topics covered include: organizational impediments to remote work and tools and methodologies for working in a distributed team.
John Rouda talks to Adam about Learning and Perspective taking.
Bullet Journaling, Remote Work, and Developer Productivity: An Interview with Adam Gordon Bell
Chris Curran interviews Adam Gordon Bell about his podcast CoRecursive
Let’s talk about docker images. A docker image is made up of one or more layers and some metadata. When you do a docker pull these are retrieved from dockerhub or your repository of choice…
Adam’s mainly abandoned blog. The thoughts of past adam do not neccarily reflect the views of present nor future Adam :)
Have you heard the one about the developer who built granular permissions to a critical app, only to have the Ops person grant admin access to everyone? Or the Dev that chose to use an open source module with known vulns that undermined the network security because it was easier…
Collaboration and communication between software developers and other IT professionals is critical to securing systems. In this session, our panel of experts will share tips and tricks to help you implement and run a successful DevOps program.