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Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.

Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.
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Hanselminutes is a weekly audio talk show with noted web developer and technologist Scott Hanselman and hosted by Carl Franklin. Scott discusses utilities and tools, gives practical how-to advice, and discusses ASP.NET or Windows issues and workarounds.

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English


Episodes

Terms of Service for Developers - ToS explained with lawyer Gary Nissenbaum

10/13/2017
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Gary Nissenbaum, Esq. is the managing attorney and founding principal of the Nissenbaum Law Group. They help app developers and internet technologists understand how to navigate both the legal world and the virtual world. Gary explains the surprising importance of the ToS - Terms of Service - that you likely don't read! Every app developer needs to listen to this show. NOTE: This is a talk show. It is NOT advice and is NOT a replacement for you getting legal representation.

Duration: 00:34:42


Which JavaScript Stack should I learn? with Tracy Lee

10/6/2017
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In her short time as a developer, Tracy Lee hasn't stayed true to one JavaScript Framework. Instead, she continues to explore JavaScript with React, Angular, Ember, React Native, and NativeScript. She chats with Scott about the process of learning JavaScript and the need to "pick a framework."

Duration: 00:30:46


Polyglot Persistence for .NET with PostgresSQL and Marten with Jeremy Miller

9/29/2017
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There's so many great open source projects and stacks to choose from in the .NET ecosystem. Scott talks to Jeremy Miller about "Marten" - it offers Polyglot Persistence for .NET Systems using the Postgresql Database as the backend. You get both a Document Database with JSON support as an Event Store! Jeremy talks about all the great options you have for persisting your objects.

Duration: 00:31:54


Maybe just use Vanilla Javascript with Chris Ferdinandi

9/22/2017
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There's a new JavaScript created every few seconds. If you pick up any noun there's probably a JavsScript library named after that noun. What if you just used Vanilla JavaScript? Chris helps Scott answer that question, and more in this episode.

Duration: 00:31:53


Technology in non-profits with the New York Public Library and Courteney Ervin

9/15/2017
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Scott talks with web developer Courteney Ervin about her experiences developing software in the non-profit space. Courteney works for the New York Public Library creating open source software that serves their constituents as well as other public libraries.

Duration: 00:32:46


Making browsers faster with Mozilla

9/8/2017
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Lin Clark is an engineer at Mozilla who also helps make technology accessible by explaining it with Code Cartoons! In this episode she explains to Scott how Mozilla is making the browser faster with projects like Stylo/Quantum CSS. Is this the resurgence of the browser wars? And will we all win?

Duration: 00:30:54


Games across decades with Diablo lead programmer and Graybeard Games

9/1/2017
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David Brevik is a video game designer, producer and programmer known early on as the Lead Developer on Diablo. Today he's the primary at Greybeard Games. He talks to Scott about game design then and now!

Duration: 00:33:36


Software Endurance with Ariya Hidayat

8/25/2017
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Scott has a wide-reaching conversation with Ariya Hidayat about how he - and software - endures. He started the popular PhantomJS project but also writes code in Free Pascal! Keeping positive, making small forward moves.

Duration: 00:32:23


Laura Laban explores Infinite Flight simulation on mobile devices

8/18/2017
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Laura Laban is the CEO, Co-Founder and Chief Aviatrix working on Infinite Flight. Their app is a mobile flight simulator that gives amazing graphics and physics on mobile devices. Infinite Flight is written entirely in C# and available on iOS and Android. How is such detail and accuracy possible in such a small form factor? Was this the right tech stack for the team to choose?

Duration: 00:34:01


Pia Mancini explains liquid democracy and the Open Collective

8/11/2017
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Pia Mancini is an innovator of liquid democracy and trans-national collaboration. In 2016 she founded Open Collective and is changing how groups collect and spend money transparently. She explains the importance of this transparency in a today's connected world.

Duration: 00:35:00


Tracking your life and health with the Gryoscope app and Madhi Yusuf

8/4/2017
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Madhi Yusuf is the CTO of Gyroscope Innovations. They are using AI and the cloud along with ALL the sensors and health trackers that you're already wearing to create amazing reports, visualizations, and insights into your health and your mind. How many sensors and apps already create valuable information that you can use to improve your lifestyle? Is this the start of the Quantified Self for the mainstream?

Duration: 00:34:58


Preparing a city for self-driving cars with Leslie Caceda

7/28/2017
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Leslie Caceda is a Transportation Technologist at the Atlanta Regional Commission. In this episode she talks to Scott about the design and ethics of self-driving cars. What will this revolution mean to car ownership? To people who were otherwise unable to travel? What about the ethics of how a self-driving car decides to drive...and stop?

Duration: 00:31:42


Live Coding on Twitch for a year with Suz Hinton

7/21/2017
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Suz Hinton has been coding LIVE on Twitch for over a year. How did she start and how did she stick with it? Is it hard to code with someone watching? How about a thousand people watching?

Duration: 00:33:41


Making your path to development with Anjana Vakil

7/14/2017
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Anjana is fascinated by languages, both human and machine, and the connections between the two. She recently completed a MS in computational linguistics at Saarland University in Germany, where she studied speech technology, machine learning, and computer-assisted language learning. Her spontaneous talk "Learning Functional Programming with JavaScript" has been viewed over a half-million times on YouTube. She talks to Scott about her thoughts on languages and her strategies for learning.

Duration: 00:32:51


Brandon Bouier on the Defense Digital Service and deploying code in a war zone

7/7/2017
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Brandon Bouier works at the Pentagon at the Defense Digital Service. He's travelled to Afghanistan to deploy code and migrate data. He talks to Scott about what it means to support US Defense IT resources and how the military is innovating at new speeds with new techniques and fresh thinking.

Duration: 00:32:02


YOU should write an interpreter with Thorsten Ball

6/30/2017
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Thorsten Ball has a thirst for knowledge, so one day he decided to make a new Programming Language. He went from 0 lines of code to a fully working interpreter written in Go for the "Monkey" Language. Check it out at https://interpreterbook.com!

Duration: 00:32:53


Data Science with Angela Bassa

6/23/2017
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Angela Bassa is the Director of Data Science at iRobot. In this episode she sits down with Scott and demystifies the major concepts. Is this a new science and an old one? What's the traditional path for a Data Scientist - and is that the only path?

Duration: 00:30:49


Get on the Coding Train with Processing and Daniel Shiffman

6/16/2017
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Daniel Shiffman is a programmer, a project lead with the Processing Foundation, and an Associate Arts Professor at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Dan uses the popular Processing Language to teach people to code on his popular (an wild and wacky) YouTube Channel "The Coding Train."

Duration: 00:30:32


Being hired as a Functional Programmer with Eric Normand

6/9/2017
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Eric Normand wants everyone to know that they, too, can get a job as a functional programmer. While functional programming might feel intimidating, in this show Eric shares with Scott a number of practical techniques and ways to think about functional programming that might just help you with a change of career.

Duration: 00:28:21


Apps without Code with Tara Reed

6/2/2017
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Tara Reed non-technical founder building software without writing code. How far can a non-coder get? Pretty far actually! There's a ton of tools and resources available that can allow you and your friends or family to create very polished apps and websites without code.

Duration: 00:28:25

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