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Richard Campbell Speaks With Entangled Things

Entangled Things

In episode 7, Patrick and Ciprian discuss a wide range of topics in Quantum Computing with seasoned computer scientist and podcast host, Richard Campbell.The team discuss the parallels between how classical computing developed and how Quantum Computing is developing with common milestones. Also discussed is how Quantum Computing could be considered a second version of how classical computing evolved.To hear more from Richard, visit www.dotnetrocks.com

48mins

18 May 2021

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Gravel Gardening with Richard Campbell

JACK BOSMA

Full attribution provided at: No soil, no fertilizer needed to grow this farm : https://brenhaas.com/stay-alive-on-ma... This video is on youtube at : https://youtu.be/011T3iPlyMQ--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jack-bosma3/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jack-bosma3/support

49mins

17 May 2021

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Richard Campbell on the History of .NET - Episode 133

Azure DevOps Podcast

In this episode, Jeffrey and Richard are jumping into part-two of their two-part conversation! If you haven’t caught the previous episode, “Richard Campbell on the Humanitarian Toolbox — Episode 132,” be sure to tune into that first before diving into this one! Richard Campbell is an entrepreneur, advisor, and rabid podcaster. He's also a Microsoft regional director, the co-host of .NET Rocks, host of the RunAs Radio, and is a consultant and advisor for a number of successful technology firms. Additionally, Richard is the founder of Humanitarian Toolbox, an organization designed to let developers around the world donate their skills to disaster relief organizations by building open-source software. In their last conversation together, Richard spoke about his organization, Humanitarian Toolbox, and their most recent exciting endeavor: the Two Weeks Ready project. In today’s conversation, Richard speaks all about his new project to write a book compiling the history of .NET! He shares why this project is important to him, what it will serve as an important resource to developers new and old to the field, key pieces and insights into the history of .NET, and his predictions on the future of .NET, A.I., automation, and more! Topics of Discussion: [:38] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes. [:50] About The Azure DevOps Podcast, Clear Measure, and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups. [1:14] About Jeffrey’s newest podcast, Architect Tips! [1:18] About part-two of the two-part series with Richard Campbell. [1:50] About Richard’s newest project: a book on the history of .NET and how the origin of how he got started with it. [5:28] Richard retells the beginnings of how he approached the history of .NET project. [8:27] The challenges of writing this book and what he hopes to accomplish by writing it. [11:06] What Richard sees as the story and themes of .NET. [12:35] Richard speaks about .NET’s pivot away from a focus on Windows into cross-platform, opensource, Cloud execution; as well as what he sees .NET 5 aiming towards. [16:50] The advantages and disadvantages to upgrading to .NET 5. [18:55] The latest state of power apps and the emergence of a new generation of domain expert developers. [22:24] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure. [22:56] Discussing the development of automation in the industry. [26:24] Richard’s predictions on the future of augmented reality. [29:00] Jeffrey and Richard speak about how one of the visionaries of .NET, Brian Harry, is focusing his attention on A.I. currently, and what this could mean. [32:08] Why developers need to become proficient in IoT to move A.I. forward. [33:21] Is .NET being maintained because of the developer pool and eventually other things are going to win out? Or, is .NET continuing to grow, strengthen, and are others are going to get “squeezed out” because of it? [37:19] What computing devices does Richard have in his bag and office? [42:24] Jeffrey thanks Richard for joining the podcast! Mentioned in this Episode: Architect Tips — New video podcast! Azure DevOps Clear Measure (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook! Jeffrey Palermo’s Youtube Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! The Azure DevOps Podcast’s Twitter: @AzureDevOpsShow Richard Campbell’s LinkedIn Richard Campbell’s Twitter @RichCampbell The Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 132: “Richard Campbell on the Humanitarian Toolbox” — Part-One of the Conversation! The Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 45: “Richard Campbell on Software Perspectives” .NET Rocks! Podcast RunAs Radio Podcast Humanitarian Toolbox Humanitarian Toolbox on GitHub Two Weeks Ready | Humanitarian Toolbox’s Latest Project Vue Azure Functions HistoryofDot.Net — Richard’s Blog XAML Xamarin Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

45mins

22 Mar 2021

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A Taste of the Great Southern with Richard Campbell

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The Taste Great Southern festival has been a great opportunity for many of us to experience some of the best food and drink our state's South has to offer  Beginning in 2004, the festival built on a history of culinary love across the Great Southern, with communities from Kojonup to Esperance all embracing their inner gourmet. Having to cancel their 2020 festival, this years bumper festival was halfway through it's run when we managed to catch up with one of the festival's long serving organisers, Richard Campbell of CMS Events.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

14mins

21 Mar 2021

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Episode 96: Richard Campbell - Tech Maven

Mavens Do It Better

In this episode Heather interviews Richard Campbell, tech consultant and host of the RunAs Radio and .NET Rocks! podcasts. Tune-in to hear their conversation on: "It was an accelerant."How the pandemic shifted our focus to how the tools serve us to build healthier workplaces and patterns and brought wellness to the forefront."We're never getting to the bottom of our to-do list."The evolution of business process automation and how the low code/no code revolution has opened doors to traditional and non-traditional developers."I'm literally a lifer."With an early start at the age of eight programming cash registers for his dad and his first job in computer repair at the age of 12, Richard's career in tech was supported by his parents and inspired by curiosity."I was able to translate bad documentation into better things."How Richard's career transitioned over the years and led to consulting and podcast hosting.Our tools are simply amplifiers of our behavior. - Heather and Richard get into the human side of work and share experiences of how teams succeed and fail."I'm not going to put energy into things I do not want more of."How the birth of his second child was the catalyst that pushed Richard to take charge of his career path and drive it in the direction he wanted.

1hr 2mins

15 Mar 2021

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Richard Campbell on the Humanitarian Toolbox - Episode 132

Azure DevOps Podcast

Jeffrey Palermo is joined by his good friend and return guest this episode — Richard Campbell! Richard is an entrepreneur, advisor, and rabid podcaster. He's a Microsoft regional director, the co-host of .NET Rocks, host of the RunAs Radio, and is a consultant and advisor for a number of successful technology firms. Additionally, Richard is the founder of Humanitarian Toolbox, an organization design to let developers around the world donate their skills to disaster relief organizations by building open-source software. In this first part of a two-part series, Richard speaks about his organization, Humanitarian Toolbox, and their most recent exciting endeavor: the Two Weeks Ready project. In the event of natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, hurricanes, and forest fires, do you have a safety plan? With Two Weeks Ready, they are working towards providing the information you need to stay until responders can reach you. Be sure to tune in for this fascinating and stay tuned for part-two! Topics of Discussion: [:38] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes. [:50] About The Azure DevOps Podcast, Clear Measure, and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups. [1:15] About Jeffrey’s newest podcast, Architect Tips! [1:20] About today’s episode with guest, Richard Campbell. [1:40] Jeffrey welcomes Richard back to the podcast! [2:19] Jeffrey and Richard reflect on their friendship and how they first met. [6:17] The origin story of Humanitarian Toolbox and how it has developed since. [7:55] About their most recent project through Humanitarian Toolbox, ‘Two Weeks Ready,’ that they’ve been working on for about a year. [10:44] Discussing the current dire situation in Texas and the importance of emergency preparedness. [13:04] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure. [13:35] Richard shares about the current progress they are making right now with the project and details the difference between the Two Weeks Ready app and a regular emergency alert you would get on your phone. [15:47] Why are cell phone networks so resilient even in times of crisis? [18:33] How to get involved as a developer. [22:04] Jeffrey wraps up part-1 of the conversation with Richard Campbell. Be sure to tune in next week for part-2! Mentioned in this Episode: Architect Tips — New video podcast! Azure DevOps Clear Measure (Sponsor) .NET DevOps for Azure: A Developer's Guide to DevOps Architecture the Right Way, by Jeffrey Palermo — Available on Amazon! bit.ly/dotnetdevopsebook — Click here to download the .NET DevOps for Azure ebook! Jeffrey Palermo’s Youtube Jeffrey Palermo’s Twitter — Follow to stay informed about future events! The Azure DevOps Podcast’s Twitter: @AzureDevOpsShow Richard Campbell’s LinkedIn Richard Campbell’s Twitter @RichCampbell The Azure DevOps Podcast Ep. 45: “Richard Campbell on Software Perspectives” .NET Rocks! Podcast RunAs Radio Podcast Humanitarian Toolbox Humanitarian Toolbox on GitHub Two Weeks Ready | Humanitarian Toolbox’s Latest Project Vue Azure Functions Want to Learn More? Visit AzureDevOps.Show for show notes and additional episodes.

22mins

15 Mar 2021

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Richard Campbell

Coffee and Open Source

Richard is a public speaker, father, and consultant currently living in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. His interests range from technology to entrepreneurship. He is also interested in programming, volunteering, and web development. Be sure to follow Richard on Social Media  https://twitter.com/richcampbell Subscribe to Richard's Podcasts Here  https://www.dotnetrocks.com/ http://www.runasradio.com/ To learn more about the Humanitarian Toolbox, go here  www.htbox.org http://twitter.com/htbox https://github.com/htbox/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeandopensource/support

1hr 11mins

24 Feb 2021

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The Next Decade of Software Development with Richard Campbell

Developer Weekly

This episode is brought to you by me. If you like this show and want to support it, please visitmy courses on Pluralsight and buy my new book "200 Things Developers Should Know", which is about Programming, Career, Troubleshooting, Dealing with Managers, Health, and much more. You can find my Pluralsight courses and the book at www.developerweeklypodcast.com/About Richard Campbell wrote his first line of code in 1977 and still isn't over it. He's had a bunch of jobs in computing, built a few companies along the way and these days does a little consulting, makes the podcasts .NET Rocks and RunAs Radio, is one of the folks behind the DevIntersection conferences as well as being chief cheerleader for the charity Humanitarian Toolbox. Show resources:Find Richard here Check out the .NET Rocks podcastAnd the RunAsRadio podcastSupport the Humanitarian Toolbox

41mins

11 Nov 2020

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10Adventures founder Richard Campbell, starting an Adventure Booking Agency [EP 242]

The Outdoor Biz Podcast

10Adventures founder Richard Campbell explains how they share the best human-powered adventures on earth. Facebook Twitter InstagramThe Outdoor Biz Podcast   Please give us a rating and review HERE   Show Notes 10Adventures Chamonix French Alps Austrian Alps Swiss Alps Himalayas Lake Louise The Canadian Rockies Richard's favorite trip is the GR Five in the French Alps Advice Yeah, so I think it's more general advice, you know, I'm new to the adventure biz. Um, but working with people who do what they say they're going to do. And so no matter, you know, what your role is, whether or not you're in marketing or in business operations are a guide. If you're really reliable and to meet your commitments, that's always somebody people love having around. Connect with 10Adventures 10Adventures.com Instagram Facebook Twitter Linkedin   Snippets   5:22 - 6:30 How I Launched 10Adventures 7:22- 8:27 Favorite Trip 26:25 - 26:55  Advice to get into the outdoor adventure biz 26:06 - 27:57 Favorite piece of Gear Please subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or anywhere you get your podcasts

31mins

27 Oct 2020

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027 - What if .Net doesn't rock? with Carl Franklin & Richard Campbell

Kompilator

Veckans gästCarl Franklin - Carl Franklin is Executive Vice President of App vNext, a software development firm focused on the latest methodologies and technologies. Carl is a 20+ year veteran of the software industry, co-host and founder of .NET Rocks!, the first and most widely listened to podcast for .NET developers, a Microsoft MVP for Kinect for Windows, a Microsoft Regional Director, and Senior Executive of Pwop Studios, a full-service audio and video production/post production studio located in Southeastern Connecticut.Richard Campbell - Richard Campbell started playing with microcomputers in 1977 at the age of 10. He's really never done anything else since. In that time he's been involved in every level of the PC industry, from manufacturing, to sales, to development, and into large scale infrastructure implementation. He has been a witness and participant to the Bill Gates vision of "A PC on every desktop."Titlar och länkar(00:20) Bartek tells a story about his run-in with Iron Maiden(02:02) Who are your work idols?(05:45) Longest running anything(06:19) What if .Net doesn't rock?(07:20) [http://www.thetabletshow.com/](The Tablet Show)(09:30) Bartek looks forward to maturity(13:00) Carl and Richard discuss what killed Silverlight(15:53) Everyone loves Blazor(16:50) Why is nuget more stable than npm?(20:14) .Net Rocks - on CD(31:32) Teams at Microsoft reguraly come on .Net Rocks to announce new products(33:20) Some products got cancelled before the show was aired(37:39) Richard is writing a book about The History of .Net(40:46) .Net Rocks opens up doors(42:30) There will be bombshells(44:43) Open Source was not popular at Microsoft(46:03) What really happened with Silverlight and Win8? Richard knows!(46:52) Bill Gates is still 20% at Microsoft(48:00) Ballmer might show up(49:02) How do you NOT choose javascript?(50:42) Where is .Net going in the future?(52:20) .Net on the server makes senseGilla och följ KompilatorOm du gillade detta avsnitt kan du prenumerera på Kompilator i din poddapp. Jag blir jätteglad om du lämnar ett omdöme på iTunes vilket hjälper fler att upptäcka podden.Kompilator hittas på världsvida webben men även på @kompilatorpod på Twitter och LinkedIn.

57mins

4 Mar 2020

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