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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Martin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Martin, often where they are interviewed.

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28 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bob Martin. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bob Martin, often where they are interviewed.

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Bob Martin on Agile and Extreme Programming - Episode 105

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In today’s episode, Jeffrey Palermo is joined by a really exciting guest; Robert C Martin, better known as Uncle Bob Martin!

If you don’t already know Bob, he is a software engineer, instructor, and best-selling author. He is most recognized for developing numerous software design principles and for being a founder of the incredibly influential Agile Manifesto. Bob is the author of a number of Clean Code related books including his latest, Clean Agile: Back to Basics, where he reintroduces Agile values and principles for a new generation of programmers and nonprogrammers alike. In the past, Bob was also the editor-in-chief of C++ Report magazine and served as the first chairman of the Agile Alliance.

In this episode, Jeffrey and Bob talk all things Agile and Extreme Programming (XP). Bob shares his insights on what would be on his shortlist if he was building an Agile team today; shares key takeaways from his book, Clean Agile: Back to Basics; and speaks about what XP looks like in 2020. He also touches on clean architecture, clean code, his predictions for the future of the software industry, and offers some timely tips for young developers!

Topics of Discussion:

[:38] Be sure to visit AzureDevOps.Show for past episodes and show notes.

[:46] About The Azure DevOps Podcast and Jeffrey’s offer to speak at virtual user groups.

[1:42] About today’s episode with Bob Martin.

[2:10] Jeffrey welcomes Bob to the podcast.

[2:20] Bob shares some background about who he is as well as the proudest moment in his career.

[4:09] Why did Bob decide to write Clean Agile: Back to Basics?

[5:28] If someone was building an Agile team today, what would be on Bob’s shortlist of recommendations?

[7:38] What does Extreme Programming (XP) look like in 2020? What are the concrete practices?

[9:32] What does Bob see as the current best standard for a programmer in this COVID world?

[12:31] Bob defines the practice of continuous integration.

[14:58] Is Bob a fan of feature branches?

[15:29] A word from Azure DevOps Podcast’s sponsor: Clear Measure.

[16:00] Bob’s journey with getting started with clean architecture.

[19:23] Is there a way to do clean architecture with the modern tooling available? Or are there things available to attempt to get closer to it?

[21:32] Bob shares the origin of literate programming.

[23:11] The modern struggle with tooling.

[25:15] Bob talks ‘DLL Hell’.

[26:00] Bob shares why it is so incredibly important to keep clean code; code that is free from dependencies. He also explains how to get to that point and offers some advice to young programmers.

[31:55] Bob shares his predictions on the future of the software industry.

[37:13] Jeffrey thanks Bob for joining the podcast!

Mentioned in this Episode:

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

Robert C. Martin

Clean Agile: Back to Basics, by Robert C. Martin

Robert C.Martin’s Amazon Book Page

@UncleBobMartin (Bob Martin’s Twitter)

Clean Coders

Extreme Programming Explained, by Kent Beck

Clean Architecture: A Craftsman's Guide to Software Structure and Design, by Robert C. Martin

DLL Hell

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Sep 07 2020 · 38mins
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Upfront July 31, 2020 with Bob Martin Real Estate, Jon Brien Woonsocket mayoral candidate

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Upfront July 31, 2020 with Bob Martin Real Estate, Jon Brien Woonsocket mayoral candidate

Jul 31 2020 · 33mins

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Upfront July 24, 2020 Bob Martin: Real estate question of the week & Jon Brien: Woonsocket mayoral candidate

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Upfront July 24, 2020 Bob Martin: Real estate question of the week & Jon Brien: Woonsocket mayoral candidate

Jul 24 2020 · 53mins
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Upfront 5-15-2020 Guest Bob Martin & Christopher J Bouley

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May 15 2020 · 51mins

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How I Transformed This: Bob Martin on Prioritizing Compassionate Care with New Technology

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Hosts Tammy Hawes and Clark Buckner sat down with Wellpath CIO Bob Martin to learn about their use of innovative technologies and discuss the broader implications for the healthcare industry as a whole. Martin is helping provide healthcare to a demographic that often goes unnoticed: individuals in the justice system. As CIO at Wellpath, he works to find and develop innovative technology that solves problems for people in correctional facilities, commitment centers and treatment facilities.

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Feb 29 2020 · 25mins
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Coworking with Bob Martin

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Alex sits down with marketing consultant and coworking entrepreneur Bob Martin, discussing his creative approaches to clients in the world of the arts, sports, broadcasting, and more. From Radio Disney to creating communities, Bob has tales to tell and good tips for anyone interested in building their brand.


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Feb 06 2020 · 53mins
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Clean Code with Uncle Bob Martin

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Even terrible code runs. In fact, lots of terrible code runs in production every day. However, such code is difficult to maintain, horrifying to modify and subject to nasty problems as it ages. Like a messy house, a messy code-base is nowhere that you want to visit, much less a place to live.

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Jan 16 2020 · 56mins
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Bob Martin: Prioritizing Compassionate Care with New Technology

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In this episode, Bob Martin, Chief Information Officer for Wellpath, joins Virsys12 CEO and founder Tammy Hawes to highlight an often-unnoticed area of the healthcare industry. Wellpath works with patients in the justice system to provide compassionate care with cutting edge technology, and Bob describes how Salesforce makes that goal more attainable. He also offers insight into new technologies that may provide better outcomes for patients both inside and outside of the justice system.

Nov 26 2019 · 25mins
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Hatched - Bob Martin

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Bob Martin works primarily as a community theater artist and cultural organizer, producer and educator to support people and communities in transformative change.  Bob and his company Clear Creek Creative recently received NEFA’s National Theater Project award for the development and touring of Ezell: Ballad of a Land Man.

Visit Mondo Bizarro for more information and to donate.

Our theme music is by Rotary Downs.

Nov 26 2019 · 46mins
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Bob Martin Goes From Prototype to Production with an Arduino Board

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Today we speak with Bob Martin, a Senior Staff Engineer with Microchip. Bob is also known as ‘the wizard of make’, and today he’ll discuss his AltiumLive Keynote on October 11th in San Diego where he’ll teach on how to go from prototype to production with Arduino Board, transitioning it into a production-ready board that you can manufacture.

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Show Highlights:

  • Bob graduated from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada in 1987 and spent his entire career in embedded systems, ending up at Microchip Technology with the unusual job title ‘Wizard of Make’ which originated at Atmel.
  • The title ‘Wizard of Make’ comes from a discussion to progress his job description at Atmel. Being enamored with makers, and a maker himself - he has attended every maker fair in the Bay Area since its inception. The word ‘wizard’ came from describing some of his talents.
  • Bob’s talk at AltiumLive will encompass the many facets of Arduino which enable rapid prototyping and doesn’t require starting designs over during transition to production. He will detail mostly the hardware aspects and how to make the transition to production easier.
  • Because of the complexity of systems and the need for rapid prototyping today, the ease of using products like Arduino are becoming more prevalent. You need to be able to talk to your electro-mechanical designer and be more involved in systems-down thinking.
  • Quick paths to production through Arduino: there are things that you need and others that you don’t and the keynote will explain what to keep and what to discard to ensure lower production costs.
  • Ben will also discuss concepts of testing: where to put test points and why they’re more cost-effective, as well as lowering BOM costs. Pete Wilson, from Microchip, will do another talk about dropping pre-certified RF models on designs.
  • The ecosystem of products like Adafruit, CircuitMaker, SparkFun, Pololu, MikroElektronika are all very easy to use, relatively inexpensive and almost plug and play, once again enabling rapid prototyping.
  • The name ‘Arduino’ is the name of a bar in a town in Italy where Massimo Banzi taught and they used to gather there to discuss the product. Arduino’s software system made things easy, leveling the embedded field.
  • Who would this talk be of interest to? Anyone who is interested will be enlightened about what, hardware-wise, makes an Arduino platform, and receive an extension of their knowledge about ACE (Arduino Component Elements).
  • What is a professional maker? The pro-maker could be an electrical or mechanical engineer or some other technologist who has recognized a problem or has an idea, using Arduino or a similar system to implement a solution, but in the back of their mind, there’s always the matter of the implications of going into production.
  • Eric Bogatin’s talk ‘A Downside of Open Source Designs’ fits in very well with Bob’s regarding the software component and what to look out for when using open-source designs.

Links and Resources:

History of Arduino Jeremy Blum - Handheld shaper tool video

Learn, connect, and get inspired at AltiumLive 2019: Annual PCB Design Summit.

Sep 10 2019 · 41mins