Hanselminutes - Fresh Talk and Tech for Developers

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

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episode 701: Learning CircuitPython with Scott Shawcroft


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.


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episode 700: Relationship Hacks 2019 with Scott's Wife Mo


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episode 699: Mechanical Bull: How You Can Achieve Startup Success with Cheryl Contee


  • BOOK: Mechanical Bull: How You Can Achieve Startup Success


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episode 697: Managing the Burnout Burndown with Dr. Aneika Simmons


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...


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 08 August 2019  38m
 
 

episode 695: New ways to think STEM with Zyrobotic's Dr. Ayanna Howard


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.


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 02 August 2019  31m
 
 

episode 694: Learning about nanotechnology and molecular biology with Upulie Divisekera


Upulie Divisekera is an Australian molecular biologist and science communicator. She's the co-founder of Real Scientists, an outreach program that uses performance and writing to communicate science. She schools Scott on all things tiny - the science of nanotechnology and its applications!


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 25 July 2019  32m
 
 

episode 693: Creating video games with C# and Monogame with Tom Spilman


Tom Spilman is a programmer, founder, and co-owner at Sickhead Games, a Dallas-based indie game development studio, and a project lead on the MonoGame open source game framework. Scott talks to Tom about MonoGame, a free C# framework used by game developers to make games for nearly any platform!


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 18 July 2019  35m
 
 

episode 692: Understanding ethical debt in AI product development with Lauren Maffeo


Machine bias in artificial intelligence is a known and unavoidable problem—but it is not unmanageable. Scott talks to Lauren Maffeo about practical techniques teams can use to manage priorities in AI. You can monitor your datasets throughout the product lifecycle, focus on the subject, not the context, and more.


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 12 July 2019  30m