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Delve into the dynamic world of API gateways and the ongoing process of reinvention. Explore the latest trends, challenges, and innovations shaping the API landscape. From security concerns to performance optimizations, Josh shares his insights on how businesses can stay ahead by embracing the evolving role of API gateways in today's tech-driven ec…
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Delve into the dynamic world of startups harnessing the power of local AI. Scott talks to The StoryGraph's Chief AI Officer Rob Frelow and they discuss the transformative impact of integrating artificial intelligence at a grassroots level. Rob is a big fan of local AI models vs sending your data to Open AI. He talks about why and what it can mean f…
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In this episode of Hanselminutes, Scott Hanselman talks to Jose Tejada (JOTEGO), a passionate retro gaming enthusiast and FPGA developer. Jose shares his journey of creating FPGA cores for classic arcade games such as Pac-Man, Galaga, and Out Run, and how he distributes them through the MiSTer and Analogue Pocket platforms. Jose also explains the b…
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Open Telemetry plays a pivotal role in monitoring, tracing, and understanding complex distributed systems. From practical applications to real-world examples, Scott and Dr. Sally break down the how and why of Open Telemetry, offering a perspective to harnessing its power for perf and troubleshooting.…
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Ben Kamens is the CEO of Spring Science creating AI tools built just for scientists - starting with the world's best high-content image analysis suite. Ben worked at Fog Creek then was engineer number one at Khan Acadamy and now he's turned his considerable focus towards solving the computationally intense (and at one point, impossible) problems of…
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What if you could take your web applications to the next level just by getting the fundamentals right? Scott sits down with ASP.NET expert Layla Porter to talk about her unique teaching style as we go over ASP.NET Basics for Experts! https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/shows/dotnetconf-2022/aspnet-basics-for-experts…
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Let's explore the intersection of user experience design and software development. In this episode, Scott talks to Dr. Janne Jul Jensen, an interaction designer and usability specialist and now the co-founder of Henosia, a design canvas that codes. They discuss how to apply user interface techniques, methods, and tools in an agile process, how to c…
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In this episode, Scott interviews Alfredo Deza, a data science engineering and instructor. Alfredo shares his passion for teaching data science, his experience as a former Olympic athlete, and his tips and tricks for learning and applying data science concepts. They also discuss the challenges and opportunities of data science education, the import…
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In this episode, Scott chats with Brit Myers, the VP of Engineering at System Initiative, a company that helps organizations adopt DevOps best practices. Brit shares her insights on the current state of DevOps, the challenges and opportunities it presents, and how System Initiative is building a platform that simplifies and streamlines DevOps workf…
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In this episode Scott talks to Shanea Leven, the co-founder and CEO of CodeSee, a tool that helps developers visualize and understand complex codebases. Shanea shares her journey from being a developer to creating a product that empowers other developers to learn and collaborate more effectively. They discuss the challenges and benefits of code vis…
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Today Scott chats with Rita Kozlov, Sr. Director of Product for Cloudflare Workers & AI, about how Cloudflare is building a better internet with its serverless platform on the edge. Rita gives tips and advice for developers who want to learn more about Cloudflare Workers and how to use them effectively! https://ai.cloudflare.com/ Sponsor: Partnerhe…
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Quincy Larson, the teacher who founded freeCodeCamp.org, shares his inspiring journey of creating one of the most beloved learn-to-code resources. In this episode, he discusses why he launched freeCodeCamp, the importance of making coding accessible to all, and how it will forever remain free. Quincy also dives into the exciting new C# Certificatio…
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Scott sits down with John Maeda, Vice President of Design and Artificial Intelligence at Microsoft. Scott and John discuss the current state and future of artificial intelligence, how AI is transforming various industries and domains, and how to get started with Semantic Kernal. They also talk about some of the ethical and social implications of AI…
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Adora Nwodo is a cloud software engineer and the author of Cloud Engineering for beginners. She chats with Scott about her role, how she thinks about the cloud and how she's working to get new engineers on a cloud-based path. Get her Cloud Engineering for Beginners or Beginning Azure DevOps book today!…
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Dr. Noriko Arai is a Japanese researcher in mathematical logic and artificial intelligence and a professor in the information and society research division of the National Institute of Informatics. Her project pitting an AI against the University of Tokyo entrance examination got her thinking about how well young students are able to read. She star…
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In this episode, Scott Hanselman talks to Guillermo Rauch, the founder of Vercel. Guillermo shares his vision of creating a platform that enables anyone to build and deploy powerful AI applications with ease and speed. Scott and Guillermo explore the challenges and opportunities of democratizing AI, and how Vercel is empowering users to create solu…
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Shaun Walker was at the forefront of open source in the .NET space as early as 2003 with the release of DotNetNuke. Scott sits down with Shaun to reflect on two decades of .NET open-source, what works, what doesn't, and what's sustainable and Shaun shares his new OSS venture, Oqtane! https://www.oqtane.org/…
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Danielle Boyer is an Indigenous (Ojibwe) robotics inventor and advocate for youth who has been teaching kids since she was ten. She focuses on youth advocacy and creates innovative learning solutions utilizing robots that she invents and donates to make technical education accessible. She sits down with Scott to talk about Robots and Language Prese…
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When Peter Ayedun was asked to write a paper school, his teacher insisted that he used a computer to create it. That moment started and defined a decade's long career in tech that took him from Nigeria to starting a company in the US. Scott chats with Peter about finding passion, finding empathy, and finding a career in tech as the CEO of TruGrid.…
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David Scott Bernstein is a passionate programmer with over 40 years experience, and he has just written a book that teaches you the art of prompt writing. He actually coauthored the book with ChatGPT itself. He sits down with Scott Hanselman to offer us a one-of-a-kind journey into the realm of AI language models. He's created a a practical and res…
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Tsavo Knott and the team at Pieces have an app that smooths the spaces between your developer tools. It makes you smarter and makes your workflow more seamless as you move code context from ide to web, from browser tab to clipboard, through your entire tool chain. How does Pieces promise to redefine atomic productivity for developers? Scott finds o…
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Are you struggling with writing clear, concise, and effective technical documents? Do you want to learn how to improve your writing skills and communicate better with your audience? Scott interviews Pam Hurley, PhD, the founder and president of Hurley Write, Inc., a small business that specializes in teaching customized technical, business, and sci…
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Sarah Rainsberger owns technical documentation at Astro. What was her path into open source and technology? It might surprise you. Sarah started as an avid user of the Astro project and turned it into a career. She chats with scott about how important technical writing and documentation is to the end user experience.…
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Saghar Salehi is a former member of the Afghan girls’ robotics team. The team became a symbol for the progress of Afghan women. They participated in the global robotics competition held in the US in 2017 and won an award for “courageous achievement” given to teams who persevere through trying circumstances. The team was able to escape Afghanistan a…
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