Engineering IRL

Engineering IRL

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The Engineering IRL podcast promotes better problem solving for all people by breaking down engineering concepts and applying them to real life.

Questions from the community are answered in the show and we help engineers improve their skills and their careers through advice from practical experiences.

This is an engineering podcast for you to learn passively and gain some insights. The engineering podcast serves as an extension to the career development ideas on the Engineering IRL website.

www.engineeringinreallife.com

Better Problem Solving. Better Engineers. Engineering IRL.
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The Engineering IRL podcast promotes better problem solving for all people by breaking down engineering concepts and applying them to real life.

Questions from the community are answered in the show and we help engineers improve their skills and their careers through advice from practical experiences.

This is an engineering podcast for you to learn passively and gain some insights. The engineering podcast serves as an extension to the career development ideas on the Engineering IRL website.

www.engineeringinreallife.com

Better Problem Solving. Better Engineers. Engineering IRL.
www.engineeringinreallife.com

More places to listen

Engineering IRL Update 2019
An update on Engineering IRL and the new website https://www.engineeringinreallife.com sign up as a member and join the community and get first dibs on everything that's going to be happening with the site! We have the podcast episodes, YT channel, more articles, courses, engineer notebooks, engineer stories and career benchmarking tool. So please subscribe.
02:24
October 31, 2019
Rev.32 - Maker vs. Manager Schedule for Engineers
In this episode of the Engineering podcast as you accompany me on the drive to work we take a look into the concept of the Maker vs Manager schedule. We apply it specifically for Engineers. This can help greatly for Engineers beginning to be faced with multiple tasks, projects, demands etc. If you enjoyed this episode please share it and subscribe for more! To have your question answered head to https://www.sariodev.com/engineeringirl or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/engineerIRL Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
23:00
April 1, 2019
Rev.31 - Elon Musk SpaceX dock Dragon with ISS. What can Engineers learn from this?
On this episode of the Engineering podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work: Elon Musk Spacex dock with the International Space Station with Dragon Capsule. What can we learn from this feat as Engineers to become better problem solvers? Find out in this episode of the Engineering Podcast. If you enjoyed this episode please share it and subscribe for more! To have your question answered head to https://www.sariodev.com/engineeringirl or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/engineerIRL Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
22:05
March 13, 2019
Rev.30 - Why You Shouldn't Wish to be Lucky. Intro to Safety Systems
In this revision of the Engineering podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work we delve into the world of Safety Systems. Interestingly there are some lessons to be learned from this area of engineering and it comes down to this point: You shouldn't wish to be lucky. Why is that you ask?  Find out in this episode! You may find it useful. As always if you found any of this content even mildly interesting please share the podcast, subscribe, leave a review or let us know! It helps tremendously. To enter this episodes giveaway please head to: https://www.sariodev.com/engineeringIRL And fill out the form at the bottom. Join us at Facebook to for your chance to be part of the shoutouts https://www.facebook.com/engineerirl Check out the Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH-p1aPifsfuDjVVlAeNbiQ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3UZPfOvNwQkaCA1jLIOxp4 Engineering IRL. Better problem solving. Better Engineers. podcoin Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
17:40
February 23, 2019
Rev.29 - Engineering Student to Engineer
In this episode of the Engineering podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work: What can I transfer from engineering student to full fledged engineer? What to expect and how to maximize your experience.  Listen to the whole episode to hear about the Listener Giveaway!  To ask a question please head to www.sariodev.com/engineeringIRL there’s a form available there.  As always if you enjoyed this episode or got any value or know anyone who could hear this information please send them this way! Follow us on Facebook for the latest and memes by us https://www.facebook.com/engineerIRL or join the conversation on reddit https://www.reddit.com/r/EngineeringIRL Please show some love to the Computer Science / Software Engineering College Courses Review Podcast at anchor.fm/andres-arriaga  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
22:18
February 14, 2019
Rev.28 - AI Safety. Should Engineers learn Artificial Intelligence?
In this episode of the Engineering podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work we delve into AI Safety and answer the question of does AI equal to killer robots. We also see if Engineers should be learning about Artificial Intelligence. To have YOUR question answered on the show please head to https://www.sariodev.com/engineeringirl Thanks to our listeners that were part of the shoutouts for this episode. To be a part make sure to follow the Facebook page and watch out for the episode announcements for shoutouts.  You can find the Algorithms episode at The Computer Science/Software Engineering Career College Courses Review Podcast  As always if you liked this episode and want more please subscribe, ask one of your friends to listen and join the Engineering IRL conversation at the following: www.facebook.com/engineerIRL www.sariodev.com  www.reddit.com/r/engineringIRL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH-p1aPifsfuDjVVlAeNbiQ https://twitter.com/sariodev https://instagram.com/sariodev Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
24:59
February 10, 2019
Rev.27 - Deepmind AI AlphaStar and Artificial Intelligence Engineers
In this episode of the Engineering Podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work we go through the milestone achieved in Artificial Intelligence, when Deep Mind's AI AlphaStar defeated some of the top professional gamers in the world at the popular high skill and highly competitive video game, Blizzard's Starcraft 2. We also have a brief look at Artificial Intelligence Engineers and focus on why this achievement is an important milestone. As referenced in the show: Pro Starcraft 2 player point of view video: https://youtu.be/bexWuHmV32A?t=27 As always if you liked this episode and want more please subscribe, ask one of your friends to listen and join the conversation at www.facebook.com/engineerIRL or www.sariodev.com  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
25:54
January 30, 2019
Rev.26 - Engineers and Databases
In this episode of the Engineering Podcast  as you accompany me on the drive to work we go through why all engineers should be able to handle a database. We also do a Shoutout to all the supporters of this show and particularly those who liked the pre episode post! The Computer Science/Software Engineering college courses review podcast episode referenced in this episode can be found here: https://anchor.fm/andres-arriaga/episodes/S3-1---Databases-I-e30p2k send them some love! As always if you liked this episode and want more please subscribe, ask one of your friends to listen and join the conversation at www.facebook.com/engineerIRL or www.sariodev.com Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
23:27
January 28, 2019
Rev.25 - Engineers Built this world. Power Transmission.
In this episode of the Engineering podcast we expand on the previous Control System episode and take you out of the power plant, through transmission lines and to your home. #Engineers built this world and it’s always fun to take a step back and take a look at how vast that actually is. As always if you want to connect head to the Facebook page. www.facebook.com/engineerIRL or head to www.sariodev.com or @sariodev on all other social! If you enjoyed this episode in any way shape or form please give some feedback and some love. And if you want more please subscribe. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
22:17
January 24, 2019
Rev 24. - The Control System of your life
In this episode of the #Engineering podcast I give you an outline of a Control System and give you a lesson you can learn from them to help you take back control of your day to day. Please share this episode and give us a review! To join the conversation head to www.facebook.com/EngineerIRL or www.sariodev.com Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
21:46
January 23, 2019
Rev.23 - Taking Control of 2019
In this revision of the #engineering podcast we take control of 2019 and use this engineering concept to help you make sure you achieve all your goals for this year! Make sure to Join the community at Facebook.com/engineerIRL or @sariodev on Twitter or instagram. www.sariodev.com for all the latest on the show. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
20:58
January 14, 2019
Rev.22 - Engineer IRL 2018 recap
In this revision I summarize the year and catch you up with what's been happening during the hiatus. I also fill you in for what's going to happen next for season 2 and the books coming up. Please subscribe or share the episode of you enjoyed it. Get the book Count On Me: 1, 2, 3 on Amazon at www.amazon.com/dp/1791522696 Join the conversation at www.Facebook.com/EngineerIRL or @sariodev. For all details head to www.sariodev.com Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
14:12
December 17, 2018
Rev.21 - Networking 102 Routing the Internet
This episode of the Engineering Podcast expands upon networking 101 episode and launches you straight into the Internet. Engineering IRL brings it back so you can apply it to everyday life. Subscribe or share the episode if you enjoyed it! Join the conversation or suggest a topic at www.Facebook.com/engineerIRL www.Twitter.com/sariodev or www.SarioDev.com Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
38:24
August 20, 2018
Rev.20 - Networking in Engineering
In this episode of the Engineering Podcast I go through how computer networking works in as simple way as possible. Weow. After you will learn how to apply this information to real life! Improve your people networking skills as an Engineer by learning from the greatest man made network in the history of mankind. The internet. Subscribe for more! If you get any value from the podcast please share it with your friends. Join the community at Facebook.com/engineerIRL or www.sariodev.com Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
25:39
August 9, 2018
Rev.19 - Motivation when working mundane Engineering tasks
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast, we answer how to find motivation when working on a mundane task. We all face these kinds of tasks and starting out it may be difficult when it feels like that's all the type of work you get is. Learn how to handle this! Want to have a question answered In the podcast? For more head to Facebook.com/engineerIRL or Twitter.com/sariodev Or head to www.sariodev.com For the blog. As always thanks for listening and share it with any engineers you know striving to improve! Engineering IRL podcast Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
18:38
August 6, 2018
Rev.18 - Typing and Questions. The bottleneck between 2 brains
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast you learn what the biggest bottleneck is in your process. How to learn to type faster, and lessons from great engineering/thinkers of the past! And a brand new special section with listener shoutouts! To join the conversation head to Facebook.com/engineerIRL or Twitter.com/sariodev For more information visit www.sariodev.com Subscribe to be first to learn about Future episodes and share with your fellow Engineers and friends. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
22:14
July 26, 2018
Rev.17 - IT versus OT and Cybersecurity
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast we discuss the differences between IT and OT, explain the key concept of what each are, what the difference is and relevance to cybersecurity. A really simple analogy makes it crystal clear and more!  For more details please see our article https://www.engineeringinreallife.com/post/what-is-operational-technology To join the conversation head to Facebook.com/engineerIRL or Twitter.com/sariodev. For more information head to www.sariodev.com If you enjoy Engineering IRL don't forget to subscribe and share it with your friends. If you want any topics covered just reach out. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
20:29
July 25, 2018
Rev.16 - 1 drawing can solve 1000 problems
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast we uncover ways you can solve problems via drawings. Technical diagrams usually describe a product or solution, but they can also describe a concept or a process, from which you can draw conclusions or measure against. Also a fun thought experiment! If you want to join the conversation go to Facebook.com/engineerIRL and like the page or follow @sariodev on social. For more information go to www.sariodev.com and always subscribe to the podcast to hear more! Anchor.fm/sariodev Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
28:25
July 23, 2018
Rev.15 - How to Invent a Solution
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast we explore how to Invent new solutions from scratch. How do we get the skills to do so in the FIRST place? We cover the invention of logic itself and creativity from the logical process. Yes. Engineers can be creative too! FJoin the conversation join at Facebook.com/engineerIRL Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
21:03
July 20, 2018
Rev.14 - Design that Kills
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast we explore the difference between causality and correlation. Learn more problem solving skills, get a thought provoking question and a nice little twist at the end. Super excellent episode! Join the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/engineerIRL/ Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
21:11
July 17, 2018
Rev.13 - Engineering a good User Experience
In this revision of the Engineering Podcast you will learn the value of a good User experience and you will learn exactly how to engineer a good UX. To improve as an Engineer it is paramount you learn good UX Design. UX is KING. Join the discussion on social at Facebook.com/EngineerIRL Twitter.com/engineering_irl Instagram.com/engineeringinreallife. PRemember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
21:13
July 10, 2018
Rev.12 - UI Design. Important to Engineers?
In this revision I discuss User Interface Design and it's importance to Engineers. Why should I care and how then, do I make good designs? This is an Engineering podcast after all but learn these design points for all things that you create that someone other than yourself might see. You will improve your design skills and increase your reputation over time!  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
25:34
July 8, 2018
Rev.11 - Cryptocurrency and Block chain vs. MODBUS
In this Revision of the Engineering Podcast I go through one of the latest technologies Block chain and try to use it to explain a much older and niche networking protocol MODBUS. A bit of fun as Cryptocurrencies are solving a completely different problem to what Modbus did. Bonus at the end is relating this all to some skills you should improve for both communication and getting jobs done! Head over to the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/engineerIRL/  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
23:39
July 6, 2018
Rev.10 - Why Engineering is the best job in the world
A super fire episode!! In this revision of Engineering IRL I go through the reason I love engineering.  If you are wondering what an Engineer does, or if you want to know why Engineers are proud of what they do, this is the episode for you. It answers why should you should study engineering.  Share the episode with an engineering student who needs to hear this. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
23:06
July 4, 2018
Rev.9 - Documents and Future You
In this revision of Engineering IRL I go through some details about Engineering documentation and drawings and how to gain the benefits of that system but in a quick and convenient way for general purpose use. It's about Future You!  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
17:52
July 3, 2018
Rev.8 - How to decide my Engineering path
In this revision of Engineering IRL we go through some of the thought processes and considerations when choosing an Engineering career path to focus on. Which discipline? What area should I study? Which course gives me the skills I need? How important is it?  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
26:03
July 2, 2018
Rev.7 - How to improve my technical knowledge FAST
In this revision I take you through how to learn a new technical area FAST. Being new to an industry or technical topic can be daunting with all the technical jargon and complexities. Use this method to getting comfortable faster!  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
21:45
June 29, 2018
Rev.6 - Why programming mindset is applicable to all Engineers and Professionals
In this Revision I give some insight into the value of being able to code as a non Software Engineer or professional. This is not just about programming! You don't need to be a person looking for a software engineering podcast to get value out of this episode. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
20:07
June 27, 2018
Rev.5 - What even is Cyber? Why you should go on the offensive in your career
In this revision of Engineering IRL I talk Cyber Security. I use cyber as an example of why YOU should go on the offensive for all your goals IRL!  This Engineering podcast is dedicated to helping you reach the next level.  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
18:02
June 25, 2018
Rev.4 - How much of your degree is used as an Engineer
This revision talks about an Engineering Degree and the DEGREE to which it is used in everyday Engineering.  As an engineering student you may be curious as to "why am I learning this?" and it may help to know what actually counts. For those engineers out there please provide your feedback if there's more in your industry that's used.  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
19:52
June 24, 2018
Rev.3 - 1 side project or many at once?
This revision helps you decide if you should focus on 1 side project or go for many. Plus some tips on how to maintain multiple side projects and skills for IRL. Engineers learn quite a diverse skillset and the problems we solve can be so complex that some of the problems we would face on smaller projects would be much easier to solve. Why not build up your current skillset and at the same time build something off of your existing skillset?  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
16:30
June 24, 2018
Rev.2 - Professional problem solving in 10 steps
In this revision I go through the 10 steps to Problem solving like a real Engineer. Exploring these steps you gain insights on how to apply this IRL. Bonus section at the end I go through what Engineer I am and more. For more information head over to the detailed article showing this topic https://www.engineeringinreallife.com/post/10-steps-to-problem-solving-for-engineers To get involved with the community head to www.engineeringinreallife.com to find out how.  Episode information: 10 Steps The stages of problem solving like a pro: Is the problem identified (no, really, are you actually asking the right question?) Have you applied related troubleshooting step to above problem? Have you applied basic troubleshooting steps (i.e. check if its plugged in, turned it on and off again, checked your basics) Tried step 2 again? (Desperation seeps in, but check your bases) Asked a colleague or someone else that may have dealt with your problem? (50/50 at this point) Asked DR. Google (This is still ok) Deployed RTFM protocol (Read the F***ing Manual - Engineers are notorious for not doing this) Repeated tests, changing slight things, checking relation to time, or number of people, or location or environment (we are getting DEEP now) Pray Go to the bottom level, in networking this is packet sniffers to inspect packets, in systems this is taking systems apart and testing in isolation, in software this is checking if 1 equals 1, you are trying to prove basic human facts that everyone knows. If 1 is not equal to 1, you're in deep trouble.At this point you are at rebuild from scratch, re install, start again as your answer (extremely expensive, very rare).  Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
30:43
June 22, 2018
Rev.1 - Engineering rep and how to improve
How do engineers build their reputation? Learn how to improve as an Engineer.  When starting out its easy to gain a certain reputation and it will take quite some to to switch it around. Start off your engineering career on the right foot with this episode of the engineering podcast. Remember to subscribe and for more head to https://www.engineeringinreallife.com and become a member of the Engineering IRL Community.
23:14
June 21, 2018
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