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With the rise of Mastodon as a Twitter alternative, Daniel Roe, part of the Nuxt core team, joins Scott to talk about building Elk, a Mastodon client that was built using Nuxt. The app is a PWA (Progressive Web App) and behaves as natively as a web app can! How did they do it? https://roe.dev https://twitter.com/danielcroe https://github.com/daniel…
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Toi B. Wright is an independent consultant who has been working as a software developer for over 25 years. She has a BS in Computer Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Carnegie Mellon. She is the author of two editions of 'Blazor WebAssembly by Example: A project-based guide to building web apps wi…
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Leonard Tramiel shares his memories of growing up in the computer industry, working on various projects such as the Commodore PET, the Atari ST, and the Jaguar. He also discusses his current involvement in the Computer History Museum and his passion for education and science outreach. Listen to this fascinating conversation and learn more about the…
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In this episode of Hanselminutes, Scott Hanselman talks to Nathan Allebach, a writer and advocate for creating walkable cities. Nathan shares his passion for urban design and how it can improve the quality of life, health, and environment of people living in cities. He also discusses some of the challenges and opportunities for making cities more w…
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This episode features Nyari Samushonga, CEO of WeThinkCode. In this episode, Nyari shares her journey of becoming a CEO and how she is using her position to help young Africans become full-stack software developers. She also talks about the importance of courage in the tech industry and how it can help people overcome their fears and take risks.…
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Bing runs one of the world’s largest, most complex, highly performant, and reliable .NET applications. This podcast episode discusses the journey and the work required to upgrade to .NET 7, including the significant performance gains they achieved.Scott Hanselman
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Pelonomi Moiloa is a South African entrepreneur and founder of Lelapa AI which is an AI startup that aims to help Africa lure back its AI talent. In this episode, Scott and Pelonomi discuss how AI can be used for both good and bad purposes and how we can protect it from being used for evil. Lelapa aims to do this by working on problems African AI r…
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Scott Hanselman chats with Damian Edwards about the benefits of building your own PC. Damian designed an upgraded PC from parts for Scott and they built it online live and streamed to YouTube. They explore how building your own PC can be a fun and rewarding experience, help you better understand how computers work, and even how it can save you mone…
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Today Scott talks to Erich Gamma and Kai Maetzel about the origin story of VS Code. We'll talk about how it was originally conceived and how it evolved over time. They also discuss some of the challenges they faced while developing VS Code and how they overcame them. An overnight success in 10 years, VS Code was designed to be lightweight and fast,…
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Sarah Milstein talks to Scott Hanselman about leading engineers as a non-engineer. They discuss how to build trust with engineers and how to communicate effectively with them. They also talk about how to manage technical projects when you’re not a technical person yourself. Sarah Milstein is the VP of Engineering at Daily, a WebRTC Video PaaS. She'…
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This week it's Scott and Zenzo Hanselman: a father-son tech talk. He chats with his son Zenzo, a curious and creative teenager, about the latest trends and topics in technology. From AI to VR, from gaming to social media, from coding to culture, Scott and Zenzo will explore the world of tech from their different perspectives and experiences.…
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In this episode, I talk with Dr. Sanjana Curtis, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Chicago and a science communicator. She studies how cosmic collisions produce the elements that make us who we are. We discuss her work on what happens when a black hole rips a neutron star apart and how she became interested in astrophysics! https://www…
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In this episode, I chat with Jason C McDonald, the author of Dead Simple Python, a book that teaches idiomatic Python for programmers who want to learn fast and effectively. We explore why Python is such a powerful and flexible language, how to write clear and concise code, and what are some of the common challenges and myths that beginners and exp…
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Raji Rajagopalan is a Director of Engineering at Microsoft and the author of the book “Daring to be Different: Stories and Tips from a Woman Leader in Tech.” In her book, she shares her personal stories of overcoming biases and challenges in her career, as well as her practical advice on how to build your skills, confidence and impact in the tech i…
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John Warner is the author of "Why They Can't Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay" and six other books on writing. He's the editor of McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and the Biblioracle. John is also a professor of creative writing but most recently he's becoming concerned that Artificial intelligence can crank out passable student essays in seco…
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Sophy is a Software Engineer who is early in career and excited to get others into tech. She was the only afro-latina to graduate from the University of California Irvine in 2019 with a degree in computer science and engineering. She is tireless in her social media outreach on TikTok and elsewhere encouraging everyone to get involved in tech. Howev…
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Kent C. Dodds will show you how the web's next transformation will impact your user experience, your development productivity, and your business goals. The future of the web is distributed. It's faster. It's cheaper. It's exciting. Kent will show you what you can do to stay in front of it (and no, it's not web3). https://kentcdodds.com/courses http…
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In this episode, Dr. Ifeoma Ajunwa, author of "The Quantified Worker," joins us to discuss the implications of technology on the modern workplace. She explores the ways in which employers are using data and surveillance to monitor and manage their employees, and the impact this has on worker privacy and autonomy. Dr. Ajunwa also delves into the leg…
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Scott talks to pro­gram­mer, mu­si­cian, web de­vel­o­per, and gra­phic de­sign­er Aaron Giles about the state of game emulation. Aaron has worked for Microsoft, Connectix, LucasArts, contributed to the MAME project for over 17 years, and even ran the project for 6 years! We chat about his current project, DREAMM, which is a Windows-based emulator …
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Ben West has been at the forefront of the DIY diabetes management movement. Ben and the community's work on Nightscout, an open-source platform for continuous glucose monitoring, has revolutionized the way people with diabetes manage their condition. Ben, along with a dedicated community of developers, has been working tirelessly to empower individ…
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Dr. Kapfhammer and his team focus on research related to flaky software tests, which are tests that produce inconsistent or unpredictable results. Why are tests flaky? How can we identify them and stop them in their tracks. He talks to Scott about the results of his research and practical tips for improving tests is to ensure that they are robust a…
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In Data Conscience: Algorithmic Siege on our Humanity, computer science and data inclusivity thought leader Dr. Brandeis Hill Marshall delivers a call to action for rebel tech leaders, who acknowledge and are prepared to address the current limitations of software development. In the book, Dr. Brandeis Hill Marshall discusses how the philosophy of …
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Scott talks with Kris Nova who has been building and scaling Hachyderm, a Mastodon instance that began in her basement and is now moving into the cloud. Nova shares her extensive knowledge on the technical challenges and solutions involved in creating and maintaining Hachyderm, as well as her insights on the importance of building and maintaining a…
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Taylor Poindexter, a software engineer and engineering manager, joins Scott Hanselman in this episode of the podcast to discuss her journey as a manager and her advice for emerging managers. Taylor shares her experiences of growing and learning in her role and discusses the challenges and rewards of managing a team. She offers advice on how to deve…
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Huda is the Founder and CEO of Dot Health, a real-time personal health data platform. She joins Scott to discuss real-time personal health data and its implications for consumers and the health industry worldwide. Huda explains how real-time data can help individuals track and manage their health more effectively, and how healthcare professionals c…
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