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Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.

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Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.

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Invaluable content for developers...

By J. Barshop - Jul 16 2019
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Scott and his amazing guests provide some incredibly actionable and compelling content, spotlighting the absolute best tools and tactics to help you drastically improve as a developer (and business owner). Highly recommend listening and subscribing to Hanselmintues if you to sharpen your professional toolkit and broaden your knowledge base as to what's on the horizon! 🙌

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By Ron Rogers 2017 - Jan 23 2017
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Scott is knowledgeable, thought leader in technology and a very engaging speaker.

iTunes Ratings

298 Ratings
Average Ratings
267
13
5
8
5

Invaluable content for developers...

By J. Barshop - Jul 16 2019
Read more
Scott and his amazing guests provide some incredibly actionable and compelling content, spotlighting the absolute best tools and tactics to help you drastically improve as a developer (and business owner). Highly recommend listening and subscribing to Hanselmintues if you to sharpen your professional toolkit and broaden your knowledge base as to what's on the horizon! 🙌

Entrepreneur

By Ron Rogers 2017 - Jan 23 2017
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Scott is knowledgeable, thought leader in technology and a very engaging speaker.

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Hanselminutes - Fresh Talk and Tech for Developers

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Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.

Demystifying Serverless with Cecil Phillip

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Scott talks to Cecil Phillip about how cloud architecture is changing everything. But what's IaaS, PaaS, then FaaS, and now serverless? How will being billed for usage affect software architecture?

Mar 15 2018

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Creating the AGENT Smart Watch with Chris Walker of Secret Labs

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Scott is at the MonkeySpace conference talking to Chris Walker about how SecretLabs created the AGENT Smart Watch. A week of battery life, Bluetooth 4 and much more! It runs .NET and you'll be able to write apps for it yourself on an open ecosystem.

Aug 02 2013

31mins

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Getting Started with JavaScript Unit Testing with Jasmine and Rushaine McBean

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Scott is at the jQuery conference today and sits down with full stack developer Rushaine McBean to learn about JavaScript Unit Testing with Jasmine. How does Jasmine relate to things like Selenium? Will it change how I write my JavaScript?

Feb 28 2014

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Identity Server and ASP.NET with Dominick Baier

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Scott talks to Dominick Baier about identity on the web and in ASP.NET. Dominick and Brock Allen have a great series of open source products in the form of Identity Manager, Identity Server, and Identity Model. What does auth on today's web look like? How does Open ID Connect and OAuth work and how can you set it up in your websites today?

Aug 07 2015

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March Is For Makers: Arduinos and Useless Robots with Simone Giertz

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Simone Giertz is a Maker, a robotics enthusiast and surprisingly (her words!) a non-engineer. She's become somewhat of an expert in sh*tty robots and we love her for it. Also, she happens to be Swedish but sounds totally American just to confuse us. Scott talks about how she gets her inspiration and how she got started!

Mar 11 2016

33mins

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Are you secure? WiFi Honeypots, Pineapples and SSL with Troy Hunt

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Scott talks to Security Researcher and Web Developer Troy Hunt about the state of web security. Should I worry when I connect to a wireless network at a coffee shop? How much should I worry and what can I do to protect myself? As a web developer what are the things we most often forget?

May 24 2013

33mins

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I'm a Blind Software Technician - Ask Me Anything! with Katherine Moss

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Scott talks to Katherine Moss, a blind software tech, about how she uses her computer and her phone. What does she see and what does her screen reader(s) see? What do sighted developers need to do to support those with less sight?

Mar 07 2014

38mins

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The Problem with Software by Adam Barr

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Scott talks to engineer Adam Barr about why there is so much bad software—and why academia doesn't teach programmers what industry wants them to know. In his new book "The Problem with Software," Adam examines the proliferation of bad software, explains what causes it, and offers some suggestions on how to improve the situation.

May 02 2019

33mins

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VsVim: Visual Studio and Vim with Jared Parsons

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An unholy alliance or a wonderful combination? Jared Parsons has created what he thinks may be the best of both worlds. VsVim combines the speed and familiarity of Vim with the power and development power of Visual Studio. How did he do it, and why?

Mar 29 2013

34mins

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Removing Bias from AI and Machine Learning with Camille Eddy

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Camille Eddy has worked on Robotics and Hardware nearly her whole life. Now she's turning her gaze to how AI and machine learning. In this episode she gets Scott up to speed about how AI/ML work and how cultural bias can teach computers how to think...wrong. What can we do to prevent bias from creeping into our algorithms?

Nov 24 2017

32mins

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Building a better 3D printer (with software!) with OctoPrint’s Gina Häußge

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Scott talks to Gina Häußge, creator of OctoPrint. In very short order OctoPrint has gone from a small side project to Gina's full time open source job! OctoPrint gives your 3D Printer a camera, a print queue, visualizers, temperature control and much more! Gina shares her journey in this Maker episode.

Apr 10 2015

41mins

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Methods to Organize Your Learning Process with Lourdes Montano

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As developers we need to learn new technologies fast, and often. Scott talks to Lourdes Montano about her learning process and how she's formalized her learning process to more effectively learn JavaScript and CSS.

Jun 20 2019

32mins

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ASP.NET Core in Action with Andrew Lock

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Scott talks to author Andrew Lock about his new book ASP.NET Core in Action! What made Andrew write a book on this new technology and how did he find the process? What about ASP.NET Core was so compelling and how does Andrew use it? More importantly, should you?

Use coupon code "podhanselman18" for 40% this book or any Manning product!

Nov 30 2018

30mins

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Building CalendarTree, a new startup, with Dilbert creator Scott Adams

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Scott H. sits down with Dilbert creator Scott Adams to talk about his new startup CalendarTree. Has Scott become the pointy-haired boss? Why not just hang out on the beach and draw cartoons? What's it take to succeed, and how many times do we have to fail?

Aug 15 2014

30mins

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On Culture and Remoteness at GitHub with Paul Betts and Justin Spahr-Summers

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Scott's in the Bay Area today talking to Paul Betts and Justin Spahr-Summers at GitHub. What is it about GitHub's culture that makes it work so well? Is it tools or culture or both? Are remote workers fully accepted at GitHub?

Jun 14 2013

34mins

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Exploring Trans*H4CK with Dr. Kortney Ziegler

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Transgender people face discrimination, unemployment, homelessness, and a myriad of social problems. Dr. Kortney Ziegler is an activist, academic, artist, and filmmaker who created Trans*H4CK as a response to help tackle these problems through education, empowerment, open source, and advocacy.

Aug 29 2014

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Software Endurance with Ariya Hidayat

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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.

Aug 25 2017

32mins

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Getting started making NodeBots and Wearables with Kassandra Perch

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Today we talk to Kassandra Perch from Bocoup about the state of node-based robotics and wearables in 2015. Back in episode 391, we talked to Raquel VĂ©lez about controlling robots with Node.js. Nodebots have blown up and it's easier than ever to jump in and make your own!

May 22 2015

36mins

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Learning how to be a Wizard Programmer with Julia Evans

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Julia Evans has been making comics and zines for years. You've likely learned "How to be a wizard programmer" from one of Julia's comics. She's a software developer at Stripe in her day job and on this episode she talks to Scott about how to effectively teach and learn computer concepts.

Aug 02 2018

32mins

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First Time Coders with Michelle Sun

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Michelle Sun is the founder of First Code Academy, a coding and STEM education institute for children aged 4 to 18. She and Scott talk about her new book "First Time Coders" and how coding offers children a creative avenue to express themselves through technology and opens the door to unlimited opportunities in the digital era.

Oct 24 2019

29mins

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Building a culture of accessibility from step zero with Ayesha Mazumdar

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Ayesha Mazumdar is a Senior UX Engineer at Optimizely and works to enable everyone to access the web no matter their ability. How does one build a culture at their company that values accessibility from the beginning? Where does a11y factor in when creating design systems, and later component libraries. How much ARIA is enough...or too much?

Dec 12 2019

33mins

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Rust: A language for the next 40 years with Carol Nichols

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Learn what makes the programming language Rust a unique technology, such as the memory safety guarantees that enable more people to write performant systems-level code. Scott talks to Rust core contributor Carol Nichols about what she's so excited about Rust and the future.

Dec 05 2019

32mins

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Career Karma's Ruben Harris on engineering bootcamp success

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Success in engineering often means you need to engineer success. Career Karma's Ruben Harris and his partners believe they have the formula and they've bottled it into the Career Karma app and community. You can find your squad, get the motivation you need, and make your bootcamp experience successful. He talks to Scott about common misconceptions about bootcamps and how Career Karma smooths the way.

Nov 28 2019

36mins

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Are you using all the resources OWASP has to offer? with Nancy Gariché

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Nancy Gariché is a Senior IT Security Analyst for the Government of Canada and in this episode she schools Scott on the power of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP). It's SO much more than the occasional security checklist! They also talk about the value of certifications.

Nov 21 2019

32mins

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Sharon Steed on Operationalizing Empathy and the Power of a Stutter

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Sharon Steed is a corporate empathy and communications consultant as well as an international keynote speaker. Sharon has spoken at companies on improving team communication and collaboration; at tech conferences on vulnerability as an asset; and has given a TEDx talk on empowering insecurities. She talks to Scott about operationalizing empathy!

Nov 14 2019

35mins

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Roblox's Kelly Mayes on Community Building and Digital Civility

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Roblox is powered by a global community of over two million developers who produce their own immersive multiplayer experiences each month using Roblox Studio, a desktop design tool for anyone. Scott talks to Roblox's Kelly Mayes on how they consider community, safety and creativity when dealing with a platform that has user content front and center!

Nov 07 2019

32mins

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Clyde W. Ford on THINK BLACK: a memoir about the first Black software engineer

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Engineer and author Clyde W. Ford talks THINK BLACK: a memoir about his father, the first Black software engineer in America. Clyde is the award-winning author of twelve works of fiction and non-fiction, whose most recent book, THINK BLACK: A Memoir explores his relationship with his father, and his father's relationship with America and technology during 30+ years with IBM.

Oct 31 2019

34mins

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First Time Coders with Michelle Sun

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Michelle Sun is the founder of First Code Academy, a coding and STEM education institute for children aged 4 to 18. She and Scott talk about her new book "First Time Coders" and how coding offers children a creative avenue to express themselves through technology and opens the door to unlimited opportunities in the digital era.

Oct 24 2019

29mins

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Is this the dynamic web we were promised? with Parametric Press's Matthew Conlen

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Matthew Conlen is a Ph.D. student interested in how computers can help people communicate complex information more effectively. He collaborates with journalists, scientists, and engineers to tell stories and unlock insights with data. He's also the founder of The Parametric Press - a born-digital magazine dedicated to showcasing the expository power that’s possible when the audio, visual, and interactive capabilities of dynamic media are effectively combined.

Oct 17 2019

31mins

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Is it the Data or the Algorithm? Common pitfalls in Data Science and Deep Learning with Sara Beck

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Sara Beck is the Machine Learning Solution Principal at Slalom Build. She thinks about Data Science and Deep Learning and how diagnosing and anticipating common data science pitfalls can help prevent issues before they happen. She and Scott talk about the importance of identifying whether it’s the algorithm or the data and contextualize the importance of having a good sense of the problem you’re trying to solve.

Slalom Build puts interdisciplinary teams to work in close proximity with clients, to build modern technology and software products for enterprises – faster, cleaner and more nimbly than ever before. Learn more at http://slalombuild.com.

Oct 11 2019

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Making Indie games with PIGSquad's Dylan Bennett

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In this Part 2 on tiny Game Development, we talked to Dylan Bennett from the Portland Indie Game Squad (PIG Squad). He's made a great 72-page zine about doing game development with PICO-8. The zine assumes you have never done game development before. However, there are sections specifically for people who have done game development before, but would like to do so in PICO-8.

Oct 03 2019

32mins

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Tiny games with the PICO-8 Fantasy Console and Joseph White

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PICO-8 is a fantasy console for making, sharing and playing tiny games and other computer programs. It feels like a regular console, but runs on Windows / Mac / Linux. When you turn it on, the machine greets you with a commandline, a suite of cartridge creation tools, and an online cartridge browser. Scott talks to creator Joseph White about the joy of creating tiny games.

Sep 26 2019

36mins

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On Being Productive with Cantilever's Ty Fujimura

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Ty Fujimura is the founder of Cantilever, website design and development consultancy. He's always thinking about balance. Trying to find that balance between productive and healthy. Ty and Scott compare notes on productivity and what it means to "Get things done."

Sep 19 2019

34mins

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Learning CircuitPython with Scott Shawcroft

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CircuitPython is a programming language designed to simplify experimenting and learning to code on low-cost microcontroller boards. The history of CircuitPython begins with MicroPython, a Python interpreter written from scratch for embedded systems by Damien George starting in 2013. Three years later, Adafruit hired Shawcroft to port MicroPython to the SAMD21 chip they use on many of their boards. The Scott talks about how to lower the barrier to entry and how to enable beginners to be productive with CircuitPython.

Sep 12 2019

34mins

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Relationship Hacks 2019 with Scott's Wife Mo

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Welcome to the 700th episode of Hanselminutes! Doing this many episodes wouldn't be possible without the support of my Wife Mo, so she's my guest on this special episode! We're in a mixed marriage - she's not a computer person - so we'll talk about how we get along and how we've done it for 20 years!

Sep 05 2019

35mins

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Mechanical Bull: How You Can Achieve Startup Success with Cheryl Contee

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Cheryl Contee is the award-winning CEO of the digital agency Do Big Things. She's the cofounder of Attentive.ly, the first tech startup with a black female founder to be acquired by a NASDAQ company, and she's the national board chair for Netroots Nation. She talks to Scott about her new book, Mechnical Bull: How you can achieve Startup Success.

Aug 29 2019

31mins

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Guidelines for Human-AI Interaction with Dr. Saleema Amershi

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Dr. Saleema Amershi and researchers at Microsoft have published 18 guidelines for Human-AI Interaction that prescribe how an AI system should behave upon initial interaction, as the user interacts with the system, when the system is wrong, and over time. Scott talks with Dr. Amershi about the how and why of these rules and why they are so important.

Aug 22 2019

29mins

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Managing the Burnout Burndown with Dr. Aneika Simmons

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Dr. Aneika L. Simmons teaches courses about leadership, organization behavior, and human resources at Sam Houston State University. She completed her doctorate degree in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at Texas A&M University. Prior to pursuing her PhD, Dr. Simmons worked for Accenture and Cap Gemini Ernst and Young as an information technology consultant. She also has a Masters degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Houston. She talks to Scott about burnout and the science behind managing it!

Aug 15 2019

32mins

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The Pragmatic Programmer celebrates 20 years with Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt

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Straight from the programming trenches, The Pragmatic Programmer cuts through the increasing specialization and technicalities of modern software development to examine the core process—what do you do, as an individual and as a team, if you want to create software that’s easy to work with and good for your users. Now updated after 20 years, Scott talks to Andy and Dave about this classic book!

This classic title is regularly featured on software development “Top Ten” lists, and is issued by many corporations to new hires.

Aug 08 2019

38mins

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New ways to think STEM with Zyrobotic's Dr. Ayanna Howard

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Dr. Howard has over 20 years of R&D experience covering a number of projects that have been supported by various agencies including: NASA, ExxonMobil, Intel, and the Grammy Foundation. She continues to produce research focused on assistive robots in the home to therapy gaming apps to remote robotic exploration of extreme environments. Scott talks to Dr. Howard about her thoughts on new ways to teach STEM and challenges our idea of what a "robot" should look like.

Aug 02 2019

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