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Best Kristoffer, Fredrik, Tobias podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Kristoffer, Fredrik, Tobias podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Paul Frazee returns to discuss the evolution of Beaker - the peer-to-peer browser for web hackers. Just released as a public beta, Beaker has gone through a lot of changes since October when we last chatted. Paul tells us about what Beaker is and some of the important concepts, such as feeds, the file system, and starting to create things on top of…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Nate Ebel about special cases in programming - like the importance of performance when it comes to drawing. Then we discuss automation - also the topic of Nate’s talk at the conference. Code review should be an enjoyable thing! Nate discusses how to use tools to automate away all the little things you might…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Marianne Bellotti; keynote speaker, software anthropologist and frequent modernizer of legacy systems. We start our discussion talking about modernizing old yet mission critical systems, while they’re still being used, without breaking everything. “Legacy” might invoke ancient software, but even a young sys…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Stephanie Gasche, who decided to use her skills from the agile software development world to make the larger world better. Stephanie started thinking about wanting to make a positivt impact, and how in many consulting jobs you can give a lot without getting to see a big-picture impact of your work. The refu…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Tomer Gabel. We start from Tomer’s talk about microservices, why the timing was right to do a microservices talk in the form of a retrospective, what is happening now, and how the answer to the question of whether you should go microservices has changed in the last few years. Tomer discusses how problems an…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Carmen Medina about affecting change in organizations. Carmen used to work at CIA, and talks about her work there as a heretic, working to affect changes at a theological level. How can you get your ideas implemented without being in a position of power? How can you sneak ideas through side doors? Why might…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2019, Fredrik talks to Azad Balabanian about virtual and augmented worlds. Azad works with photogrammetry - a process of capturing environments and objects for, among onther possibilities, use in VR and AR. He also hosts the Research VR podcast and dives deep into all aspects of virtual realities. We start with discussing photogr…
 
Fredrik talks to Paul Frazee about Beaker browser and making the web more peer-to-peer rather than client-server. Beaker also aims to make it radically easier to create and publish your own content rather Paul explains what Beaker browser is and the technologies it builds on. The central piece of technology is the distributed file system Hyperdrive…
 
Fredrik talks to Nolan Lawson - web performance expert, Mastodon instance maintainer, creator of a highly accessible Mastodon web client, and more. We discuss, among other things, the joys of distributed social media, where unlike centralized places like Twitter nobody can stop innovation when it comes to clients and interfaces and ways of use. Nol…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Steve Klabnik about Rust and Webassembly. We talk a lot about error messages, based on Steve’s talk on how Rust handles and displays error messages. We discuss Rust’s error messages thinking an handling, but also error messages more in general, such how to think in order to produce error messages both devel…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Judy Rees. We start from Judy’s presentation Getting them to get it and discuss the challenges of really listening, communication, and the how the clean language technique can help you both understand others better, and get your own ideas across better as well. Thank you Cloudnet for sponsoring our VPS! Com…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks to Lisette Sutherland about making remote teams work, and working in remote teams. Lisette works remotely, manages remote teams, does extensive research, podcasts and has written a book on the subject. We cover topics from good tools to handling manager worries about remote work. And when Lisette talks tools i…
 
Recorded at Devsum 2019, Kristoffer and Fredrik talk burnout and more with Heather Wilde. Sometimes you really need the right kind of abrasive person in your life, or keep being that annoying friend to someone else. Heather shares some of her own experiences with burnout, breaking free from notifications, and tips for dealing with stress. Spoiler: …
 
Recorded at Øredev 2018, Fredrik talks VR with Roshan Khan. Why does he think AR will get accepted quicker even though he considers VR the more exciting area? We also discuss where exciting things are happening that you may not think of - like travel, education, medical training, and car sales. Responsiveness and content quality - big factors for g…
 
Fredrik talks VR with Az Balabanian. Az is director of photogrammetry at Realities.io, likes flying cameras and hosts the excellent Research VR podcast. We cover how VR is coming along, how it has evolved since 2016, and what exciting things are happening right now. We also discuss how you might get started with VR, as a developer or otherwise, how…
 
Fredrik talks to Woody Zuill, writer of the book on mob programming, facilitator of happy teams and thoughtful teller of stories. Woody talks about how he and his team discovered mob programming, how it is evolving, how focusing on the good is the way forward, and how he may have aquired his mindset. Recorded on-stage at Øredev 2018. Thank you Clou…
 
Fredrik talks to Dan Lebrero, long-time Java developer turned Clojure developer, REPL-user, efficiency-thinker and more. We discuss the wonders of REPL-driven development, and how it works. Dan opens Fredrik’s eyes somewhat to the possibilities and how they happen. The REPL can complement TDD, and also probably kill test writing for those not compl…
 
Fredrik talks to Bartosz Milewski - programmer, writer and creator of mind-expanding presentations - about a wide range of things in the lands between mathematics and programming. Bartosz explains his increasing interest in mathematics, type and category theory and why he thinks mathematics and programming can and are coming closer together. We eve…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2017, Fredrik talks to Rikke Koblauch about social anxiety, turning a passion into a side project and possibly even a living eventually. One of Rikke’s examples is Steps - the service Rikke is creating to help overcome social anxiety. How can we make environments more inclusive in a world which seems very designed for extroverts?…
 
From Swampup 2018, Tobias and his colleague Tamás Szelei summarize the conference, their impressions and the talks. Liquid software, mentalists, talks way over your head and speakers who are an aquired taste. Then, Tobias and Jerry Wiltse discuss Bincrafters and their work on creating packages for Conan. The quest to make Conan the NPM of C++. Fina…
 
Tobias and Fredrik talk to Erez Zukerman, CEO and co-founder of Ergodox EZ, creators of the ergonomic mechanical keyboard of the same name. Tobias is a fan and user since a while back, and Erez tells us about why you decide to make a keyboard, how you manage to ship hardware on time the first time, how things are going and a little bit about what’s…
 
Recorded at Øredev 2017, Fredrik talks to Marco Ceccione about the ZX Spectrum, positive hacking (the only kind there is!), the benefits of getting closer to the metal and finally balancing coding and management. Marco is an engineering manager at Toptal. Before that, he worked at Stack overflow, where, among other things, he wrote object-oriented …
 
Fredrik chats with Steve Klabnik about Rust, why the lucky stiff, Closure and Webassembly. What does Steve do, how is Rust coming along and how does the process work? Who was why the lucky stiff and why does his publication later named Closure matter to people? Finally: Webassembly, making the web good for applications in general and why Steve thin…
 
Fredrik discusses VR with Noah Falstein of the Inspiracy (and previously companies such as Google and Lucasfilm games). We talk about where VR is today, which platforms are good today and what might happen going forward. VR might be on the verge of a big breakthrough but there is still a lot left to be discovered, from ways of controlling experienc…
 
Tobias, Amanda and Fredrik discuss impostor syndrome with Wendi Dunford, LCSW. Impostor syndrome affects all three of us and so many others, so we thought it was time to talk to someone who really knows the subject. Our discussion covers defining impostor syndrome, how we all experience it, various types of impostor syndrome and things both we and …
 
Fredrik chats with Craig Muth, creator of the more than slightly mind-bending Xiki about the past, present and future of this weird and wonderful evolution of the command line. Seeing Xiki in action is probably the best way to begin to grasp it, and Craig has created several great videos and screencasts. We go all the way from Xiki’s beginnings as …
 
Recorded at Gothenburg startup hack 2017, a little celebration of being social around coding. Fredrik chats to first Erik Thorelli of the Gothenburg Sketch & design meetup, then Erik Larkö of the Bring your own project Gothenburg group. Topics stretch from what Sketch is and what it can do for you, over group recommendations, to side projects, wher…
 
This episode is presented in English. We chat with Diego Rodriguez-Losada about the C and C++ package manager Conan. Where did it come from, where is it going, the philosophy behind it (very, very pragmatic) and how Tobias has put it to use at Plex. We also move on to package managers and build systems in general. Also: the interesting topic of bei…
 
Fredrik talks to Pete Hunt about monoliths, breaking them up and when not to. And of course React, how it came about and how the introduction to the world looked from the inside. How to handle releases of software and working with communication around it. What happens when you go from underdog to being the safe choice? This episode was recorded dur…
 
From the podcaster’s corner at Devsum 16, Fredrik talks to Basia Fusinska about data science, R and data analysis. We discuss the ethics and science around data science and analysis. All of us are giving out a lot of data all the time, and there are so many aspects worth considering around what and how we give our data away. Briefly, we talk about …
 
Fredrik talks to James Turnbull of Kickstarter, Docker and several other companies. Topics range from switching between types of companies and solutions to writing books, documentation and contributing to software in ways other than code. Of course, we also discuss Docker, whether it’s succeeded in various ways and where it might be going. Who shou…
 
Live on stage at Startup arena 2016 in Gothenburg, Fredrik talks to Bob Jelica, Johannes Tveitan and Magnus Gudmundsson and try to nail down just what a startup is and what working for one means. Thank you Cloudnet for sponsoring our VPS! Comments, questions or tips? We are @kodsnack, @tobiashieta, @antikristoffer och @bjoreman on Twitter, have a p…
 
Fredrik talks to Aaron Gustafson about web standards. His origin story, how he got into web standards. How the standards work and who should get involved. The problems with prefixes and how we use them. This episode was recorded during the developer conference Øredev 2015, where Aaron gave two talks. Thank you Cloudnet for sponsoring our VPS! Comme…
 
Fredrik talks to Sallyann Freudenberg - “Agile/Lean coach and practitioner, psychology of software development researcher, neuro-diversity advocate, ageing punk-rocker.” - about her research into pair programming, offices for everyone and how people actually (do not) split work when pair programming. We also discuss what makes an expert an expert? …
 
This episode is a little special. It is kind of bonus material for the Øredev conference of 2015. In it, you will hear Tim Urban and Torill Kornfeldt discuss artificial intelligence, life extension and the differing mindsets of technology and biology. Tim Urban is the writer of Wait but why, a fantastic website of deep dives into topics like artifi…
 
Fredrik talks to Rachel Reese about F#, Xamarin, the the MIT study (on diversity, sexism and career for women faculty at MIT) and related topics. We also cover good communities and being allowed (by yourself and others) to be a beginner. This episode was recorded during the developer conference Øredev 2015, where Rachel gave two talks. Thank you Cl…
 
We chat with Rob Ashton, freelance developer, speaker and recent discoverer of how to learn things properly, live on stage during Øredev 2014. Topics include learning, the plateaus of learning and how to actually do things right to keep evolving and learning. The problems of frameworks wanting to make X easy. Perhaps we should learn about programmi…
 
We chat with James Mickens, researcher and most likely funniest man at Microsoft, live on stage during Øredev 2014. Topics include C development, the purity of incrementation, death by specifications, scandinavian death metal and its font choices and also British football, distributed systems and the problems you encounter dealing with them. The do…
 
We chat with Stefan Karpinski, creator of the Julia programming language, live on stage during Øredev 2014. Topics include deciding to build a new language, the interesting unsolved problems of numerical computing, concurrency solutions, developing with and on LLVM, handling deprecation nicely, things (possibly) in the future for Julia and why Swif…
 
We chat with Fred George, handgrenade of software development, live on stage during Øredev 2014. Topics include choosing clients, getting out before you start breaking things, the right ways of changing, the value of methodologies, remote work, gams, languages and more. This recording exists as good as it is thanks to Stephen Chin of nighthacking.c…
 
Jono Bacon Internetdagarna är över! Vi lämnade Stockholm Waterfront med ett par intervjuer, reflektioner och en hel del idéer och uppslag för vad vi vill göra med podcasten framöver. Först ut är vår intervju med Jono Bacon. Jono är Community Manager på Canonical, företaget som ligger bakom Linux-distributionen Ubuntu. Han var på Internetdagarna för…
 
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