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 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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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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episode 691: Burning Rocket Fuel and exploring career in STEM with Dr. Corey Frazier


Dr. Frazier is an Engineering Manager at Intel's High Performance Computing group, and previously worked at the United Space Alliance working on 13 safe and successful Space Shuttle missions. He and Scott talk about his experience in engineering and science and what motivates him to give back.


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episode 689: Methods to Organize Your Learning Process with Lourdes Montano


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.


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 21 June 2019  32m
 
 

episode 688: Saving the SpaceOrb360 with open source hardware and software with Vic Putz


Vic Putz continues to carry a torch for the SpaceOrb, as do I, except he's actually doing something about it. Vic has been working on a new version called the Orbotron 9001 for the last few years that is an interface for the SpaceOrb to modern systems. Scott talks to Vic about their shared love of this 25 year old controller and why the world is missing out on the magic of 6 degrees of freedom.


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 14 June 2019  32m
 
 

episode 687: How to build an inclusive conference with Saron Yitbarek


Saron Yibarek started the CodeNewbie community because it was hard to find truly welcoming places for new coders. Now she's made CodeLand and let me tell you, it's an amazing developer conference that sets a new bar for what it means to be welcoming. How did she do it and why?


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 07 June 2019  30m
 
 

episode 686: The magic of Software Defined Radio with Ben Hilburn


Ben Hilburn is the Director of Engineering at DeepSig Inc., which is commercializing the fundamental research behind deep learning applied to wireless communications and signal processing. He also runs GNU Radio, the most widely used open-source signal processing toolkit in the world, serving as Project Lead and President of The GNU Radio Foundation...


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 31 May 2019  32m
 
 
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 24 May 2019  32m
 
 

episode 684: Avalonia is a cross platform XAML Framework for .NET Framework, .NET Core and Mono with Steven Kirk


Avalonia is a cross platform XAML Framework for .NET Framework, .NET Core and Mono. Avalonia uses a XAML dialect that should feel immediately familiar to anyone coming from WPF, UWP and Xamarin Forms. Scott talks to Steven Kirk about how Avalonia started,


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 17 May 2019  32m