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We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS is all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Although the show is no longer in production at TWiT, you can enjoy episodes from our archives.
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A security podcast geared towards those looking to better understand security topics of the day. Hosted by Kurt Seifried and Josh Bressers covering a wide range of topics including IoT, application security, operational security, cloud, devops, and security news of the day. There is a special open source twist to the discussion often giving a unique perspective on any given topic.
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Calling all .NET developers! Dive into the heart of modern .NET technology with us. We're thrilled to introduce our revamped podcast, dedicated to guiding you through the latest and greatest in the world of .NET development. Our show, previously known as The .NET Core Podcast, is all about keeping you up-to-date and empowered in this ever-evolving field. Tune in for engaging interviews with industry leaders, as we discuss the topics every .NET developer should be well-versed in. From cross-p ...
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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
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The official podcast of the freeCodeCamp.org open source community. Each week, founder Quincy Larson interviews developers, entrepreneurs, and professors. You'll learn all about how to build your skills and accelerate your career in tech. Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs: https://www.freecodecamp.org
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We're not talking dentistry here; FLOSS is all about Free Libre Open Source Software. Join host Doc Searls and his rotating panel of co-hosts as they talk with the most interesting and important people in the Open Source and Free Software community. Although the show is no longer in production at TWiT, you can enjoy episodes from our archives.
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The official podcast of the freeCodeCamp.org open source community. Each week, founder Quincy Larson interviews developers, entrepreneurs, and professors. You'll learn all about how to build your skills and accelerate your career in tech. Learn to code with free online courses, programming projects, and interview preparation for developer jobs: https://www.freecodecamp.org
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Streaming Audio features all things Apache Kafka®, Confluent, real-time data, and the cloud. We cover frequently asked questions, best practices, and use cases from the Kafka community—from Kafka connectors and distributed systems, to data mesh, data integration, modern data architectures, and data mesh built with Confluent and cloud Kafka as a service. Join our hosts as they stream through a series of interviews, stories, and use cases with guests from the data streaming industry. Apache®️, ...
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Discover new software and hardware to get the best out of your network, control smart devices, and secure your data on cloud services. Self-Hosted is a chat show between Chris and Alex two long-time "self-hosters" who share their lessons and take you along for the journey as they learn new ones. A Jupiter Broadcasting podcast showcasing free and open source technologies you can host yourself.
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Join 3 experienced Open Source professionals as they discuss the impact Linux has in their daily lives. Upbeat family-friendly banter, conversation and discussion for Linux enthusiasts and casual observers of all ages. A new episode every two weeks covering terminal productivity, desktop experience, development, gaming, hosting, hardware, community, cloud-native and all the Linux Matters that matter.
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The OSINT Curious Project is a source of quality, actionable, Open Source Intelligence news, original blogs, instructional videos, and a bi-weekly webcast/podcast. Most of all, we want to inspire people to look outside of their OSINT-comfort zones and pursue their OSINT passions. We try to keep people curious about exploring web applications for bits of information or trying out new techniques to access important OSINT data. We are an OSINT-learning catalyst. Support this podcast: https://po ...
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Jaron Swab, a software engineer, shares tips around Linux, programming, and open source. So you can stay on top of your privacy, security, and productivity. Discover what it means to be a hacker from a self taught software engineer. You'll learn how to land a tech job, amp up your computer efficiency, and leave behind the walled gardens of big tech. Since 2005, Jaron has exercised his love for coding and taking technology into his own hands. It's Jaron and a microphone; a one on one approach ...
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The Sudo Show covers topics ranging from Open Source in business to deep dives into complex technoloyg. The Sudo Show is a proud member of the TuxDigital Network (https://tuxdigital.com/)!
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Calling all .NET developers! Dive into the heart of modern .NET technology with us. We're thrilled to introduce our revamped podcast, dedicated to guiding you through the latest and greatest in the world of .NET development. Our show, previously known as The .NET Core Podcast, is all about keeping you up-to-date and empowered in this ever-evolving field. Tune in for engaging interviews with industry leaders, as we discuss the topics every .NET developer should be well-versed in. From cross-p ...
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Created by three guys who love BSD, we cover the latest news and have an extensive series of tutorials, as well as interviews with various people from all areas of the BSD community. It also serves as a platform for support and questions. We love and advocate FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD and TrueOS. Our show aims to be helpful and informative for new users that want to learn about them, but still be entertaining for the people who are already pros. The show airs on Wednesdays at 2: ...
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Overcoming imposter syndrome in IT, A Practical Guide to GNU sed With Examples, Early computer art by Barbara Nessim, Don't prefill config files, Trapping Spambots Based on Target Domain Only, You cannot cURL under pressure, and more NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap and the BSDNow Patreon Headlines Overcoming imposter syndr…
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Today we speak with Ellie Huxtable, the creator of a magical open source tool for syncing, searching & backing up your shell history. Along the way we learn all about the sync service, why she likes Rust, the branding / marketing of the project, how she quit her job to work on it full time, the business model & so much more. Leave us a comment Chan…
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Kicking off season 7 of the Angular Plus Show - the O.G. Angular Podcasters - Joe Eames & Aaron Frost! They are hard at work prepping for ng-conf 2024 coming up March 18-22, 2024. They took time out of their busy schedules to tell us some of what they have planned. Take a listen and let them talk you into getting tickets for ng-conf. It may be the …
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In this episode, we discuss: bcachefs debuted in Linux 6.7, and Martin has excitedly installed it on everything! Support bcachefs development via Patreon Alan helps someone with an Exodus of Bitcoin Exodus Bitcoin Wallet: $490K Swindle Mark has pulled the trigger on a new “home server” You can send your feedback via show@linuxmatters.sh or the Cont…
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Ship It is back! IEEE Spectrum writes about quantum computing’s reality check, Maxim Dounin announces freenginx, Nadia Asparouhova goes deep on AI & the “effective accelerationism” movement, Angie Byron helps first time open source contributors avoid common pitfalls & Miroslav Nikolov writes up his advice for high-risk refactoring. Leave us a comme…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this Dev Life edition of the Angular Plus Show, we’re talking about talking, or, more specifically, we’re talking all about mastering the art of preparing for and giving presentations. Whether it’s walking through the submission process, crafting engaging presentations, or actually delivering a captivating talk, get ready to…
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Josh and Kurt talk to Thomas Depierre about some of the European efforts to secure software. We touch on the CRA, MDA, FOSDEM, and more. As expected Thomas drops a huge amount of knowledge on what's happening in open source. We close the show with a lot of ideas around how to move the needle for open source. It's not easy, but it is possible. Show …
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Jamie Tanna (who has a website) joins us to discuss the indie web, living with ADHD, sharing his salary history with the world & building DMD – a dynamite open source tool to help you better understand the use of dependencies across your org. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members get a bonus 16 minutes at the end of this episode and zero ads. Join…
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On this week's episode of the podcast, I interview orchestral musician-turned software engineer Jessica Wilkins. Jessica found success in the extremely competitive field of classical music, playing the Oboe in orchestras, recording sessions, and even at major events such as the NFL awards on national television. She started her own business – a she…
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On this week's episode of the podcast, I interview orchestral musician-turned software engineer Jessica Wilkins. Jessica found success in the extremely competitive field of classical music, playing the Oboe in orchestras, recording sessions, and even at major events such as the NFL awards on national television. She started her own business – a she…
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This week we’re joined by Stefano Maffulli, the Executive Director of the Open Source Initiative (OSI). They are responsible for representing the idea and the definition of open source globally. Stefano shares the challenges they face as a US-based non-profit with a global impact. We discuss the work Stefano and the OSI are doing to define Open Sou…
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Debunking Common Myths About FreeBSD, Please, don’t force me to log in, Exploring FreeBSD service(8) basics, Failed Product Designs: A Laptop with Seven Screens, What’s a Permissive License – and Why Should I Care?, Beginning of the year Laugh NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsnap and the BSDNow Patreon Headlines Debunking Commo…
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Changelog Beats drops a new Dance Party album, Will McGugan’s new Toolong (tl) terminal app, Mitchell Baker is out as Mozilla CEO, Microsoft’s Jordi Adoumie announces sudo for Windows, Tatu Ylonen tells the tale of how they got SSH to be port 22 & Jack Lindamood gives an “Endorse” or “Regret” rating for ~50 different services, tools & processes he …
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this Dev Life edition of the Angular Plus Show, Corbin Crutchley, author of the "Framework Field Guide," goes in depth on the rationale behind teaching and learning Angular, React, and Vue simultaneously and offers advice on framework selection based on project requirements and scalability considerations. Corbin also touches…
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Josh and Kurt talk about a blog post explaining how to create a very very small container image. Generally in the world of security less is more, but it's possible to remove too much. A lot of today's security tooling relies on certain things to exist in a container image, if we remove them we could actually result in worse security than leaving it…
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We’re taking you back to the hallway track at THAT Conference where we have 3 MORE fun conversations: one with Samuel Goff about the future of energy, one with YouTuber Jess Chan about the future of content creation & one with Vanessa Villa / Noah Jenkins about ag tech & the future of food. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 3 minutes on t…
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In this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp founder Quincy Larson interviews Per Borgen about AI engineering and interactive developer education. Per is the co-founder and CEO of Scrimba and is a software engineer. Be sure to follow The freeCodeCamp podcast in your favorite podcast app. And share this podcast with a friend. Let's inspire mo…
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In this week's episode of the podcast, freeCodeCamp founder Quincy Larson interviews Per Borgen about AI engineering and interactive developer education. Per is the co-founder and CEO of Scrimba and is a software engineer. Be sure to follow The freeCodeCamp podcast in your favorite podcast app. And share this podcast with a friend. Let's inspire mo…
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Alex has been deep-diving into container networking, and Chris is trying to steelman Plex's new rental service. Plus, why are we building our containers with Tailscale networking now, and the latest from the Home Assistant project? Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules …
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Alex has been deep-diving into container networking, and Chris is trying to steelman Plex's new rental service. Plus, why are we building our containers with Tailscale networking now, and the latest from the Home Assistant project? Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules …
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Alex has been deep-diving into container networking, and Chris is trying to steelman Plex's new rental service. Plus, why are we building our containers with Tailscale networking now, and the latest from the Home Assistant project? Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules …
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Show Notes Welcome to The Modern .NET Show! Formerly known as The .NET Core Podcast, we are the go-to podcast for all .NET developers worldwide and I am your host Jamie "GaProgMan" Taylor. In this episode, I spoke with Bryan Costanich about both IoT and Wilderness Labs. We discussed what IoT actually is, and the many differences between developing …
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Show Notes Welcome to The Modern .NET Show! Formerly known as The .NET Core Podcast, we are the go-to podcast for all .NET developers worldwide and I am your host Jamie "GaProgMan" Taylor. In this episode, I spoke with Bryan Costanich about both IoT and Wilderness Labs. We discussed what IoT actually is, and the many differences between developing …
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Nadia Odunayo, founder of StoryGraph. Nadia started out as a one woman dev and product team — she’s had to adjust and maneuver along way to becoming the Amazon-free alternative to Goodreads. We talk about the importance of customer research, the iterative nature of customer research and what it takes to…
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ZFS High Availability with Asynchronous Replication and zrep, Stop Blogging and start documenting, 2023 in Review: Infrastructure, NovaCustom NV41 laptop review, OpenBSD Video Audio Screen Recording, HDMI Audio sound patches into GhostBSD source code, DSA removal from OpenSSH, NetBSD/evbppc 10.99.10 on the Nintendo Wii, NetBSD/amd64 current perform…
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oneAPI is an open standard for a unified API to be used across different computing accelerator architectures. This including GPUs, AI accelerators, and FPGAs. The goal of oneAPI is to eliminate the need for developers to maintain separate code bases, multiple programming languages, tools, and workflows for each architecture. James Reinders is an en…
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@katianakamura on Fosstodon and @katiayn on GitHub The Traveling Backpacker Problem: A computational comparison of two formulations DjangoCon Europe 2024 CFP and * DjangoCon Europe 2025 CFP DSF Working Groups Django Beats on Fly.io Testing and How it Actually Saves Time Python Brazil 2017: “People > Technology” PythonXP 2020: Django Migrations: par…
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In this episode, we discuss: Reading magazines with Libby and Calibre plugins. Building Telegram for Asahi Linux. Virtualising on an M2 Macbook with Lima You can send your feedback via show@linuxmatters.sh or the Contact Form. If you’d like to hang out with other listeners and share your feedback with the community you can join: The Linux Matters C…
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Geoffrey Litt thinks browser extensions are underrated, Adolfo Ochagavía on being a generalist in a specialist’s world, Jack Garbus praises the Arch Wiki, Terence Eden tries to rebuild FourSquare for ActivityPub using OpenStreetMap & Sebastien Dubois teaches us how to connect ideas together. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 1 minute on t…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this Dev Life edition of the Angular Plus Show, we talk with Agile coach and author Woody Zuill all about Software Teaming or Mob Programming. We explore the unique aspects of this approach, the benefits, challenges, considerations, and then Woody addresses common barriers & concerns to adopting Software Teaming before shari…
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Josh and Kurt talk about open source projects proving builds, and things nobody wants to pay for in open source. It's easy to have unrealistic expectations for open source projects, but we have the open source capitalism demands. Show Notes Open Source Doesn't Require Providing Builds The things nobody wants to pay for Audacity privacy policy updat…
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We’re taking you to the hallway track at THAT Conference in Austin TX, where we have 3 fun conversations: one with our old friend Nick Nisi from JS Party, one with our new(ish) friend Amy Dutton from CompressedFM (who has been a guest on JS Party of late) & one with our brand new friend / long-time listener Andres Pineda from the Dominican Republic…
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This week on The Changelog we’re talking with Joe Reis about data engineering and the beginning of generative AI. We discuss phone hacking via frequency, the role of a data engineer, this AI hype cycle we’re in, build vs buy, the disconnect between data analysts and the business, ethical considerations around AI-generated content, and more. We also…
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GPL 3: The Controversial Licensing Model and Potential Solutions, The Geeks way of checking what the outside weather is like, Alpine on a FreeBSD Jail, DragonFly BSD on a Thinkpad T480s, Dealing with USB Storage devices on OmniOS, Creating a Time Capsule instance using Samba, FreeBSD, and ZFS NOTES This episode of BSDNow is brought to you by Tarsna…
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Michael Hladky joins us today to talk about his 2 upcoming workshops at ng-conf 2024. We discuss how to utilize Nx as a powerful tool for a scalable architecture and how to scale big Angular apps to be fast and efficient. Of course, we are just talkng about it here. If you want some hands-on experience, sign up for Michael's workshops. March 18-19.…
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The Rune team announces $100k in open source grants for indie game devs, the Zed code editor is now open source, the Ollama team releases Python & JavaScript libraries, Max Bernstein tells the story of Scrapscript & Pooya Parsa writes up some notes from a tired maintainer. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members support our work, get closer to the m…
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION: In this Dev Life edition of the Angular Plus Show, we chat with TanStack creator Tanner Linsley about the dynamic relationship between developers and UX/UI professionals. Tanner shares his insights on optimizing for the best user experiences possible, including details on the importance of communication, best practices for work…
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Josh and Kurt talk about an attack against PyTorch and NPM. The PyTorch attack shows the difficulty of trying to operate a large open source project. The NPM problem is one of the difficulty in trying to backdoor open source. A lot of people are watching and it only takes one person to notice a problem and we all benefit. Show Notes Peanut Butter t…
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Our old friend José Valim & his team have been hard at work adding gradual typing to Elixir. They’re only 1-3% of the way there, but a lot of progress has been made. So, we invited him back on the show for a deep-dive on why, how & when Elixir will be gradually typed. Leave us a comment Changelog++ members save 5 minutes on this episode because the…
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This week we’re going deep on security and what it takes to shift left, seriously. Adam is joined by Justin Garrison (co-host of Ship It), plus two members of the BoxyHQ team — Deepak Prabhakara, Co-founder & CEO and Schalk Neethling, Community Manager and DevRel as well as fellow Changelog Slack member. We discuss how to shift left, the role of th…
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Brian Moses joins us and shares his most recent NAS build and love for 3D printers. Then Alex gets into the hardware he's deploying around the house, and why we don't see eye-to-eye on ZigBee. Special Guest: Brian Moses. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, an…
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Brian Moses joins us and shares his most recent NAS build and love for 3D printers. Then Alex gets into the hardware he's deploying around the house, and why we don't see eye-to-eye on ZigBee. Special Guest: Brian Moses. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, an…
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Brian Moses joins us and shares his most recent NAS build and love for 3D printers. Then Alex gets into the hardware he's deploying around the house, and why we don't see eye-to-eye on ZigBee. Special Guest: Brian Moses. Sponsored By: Tailscale: Tailscale is a Zero config VPN. It installs on any device in minutes, manages firewall rules for you, an…
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NService Bus This episode of The Modern .NET Show is supported, in part, by NServiceBus, the ultimate tool to build robust and reliable systems that can handle failures gracefully, maintain high availability, and scale to meet growing demand. Make sure you click the link in the show notes to learn more about NServiceBus. Show Notes Welcome to The M…
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NService Bus This episode of The Modern .NET Show is supported, in part, by NServiceBus, the ultimate tool to build robust and reliable systems that can handle failures gracefully, maintain high availability, and scale to meet growing demand. Make sure you click the link in the show notes to learn more about NServiceBus. Show Notes Welcome to The M…
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Be sure to follow The freeCodeCamp podcast in your favorite podcast app. And share this podcast with a friend. Let's inspire more folks to learn to code and build careers for themselves in tech. Beau's YouTube course style guide: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-create-a-great-technical-course/ How I got a second degree and earned 5 develop…
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Be sure to follow The freeCodeCamp podcast in your favorite podcast app. And share this podcast with a friend. Let's inspire more folks to learn to code and build careers for themselves in tech. Beau's YouTube course style guide: https://www.freecodecamp.org/news/how-to-create-a-great-technical-course/ How I got a second degree and earned 5 develop…
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