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Join us as we level up the next generation of technologists! Welcome to The State of Developer Education, a podcast by Major League Hacking. We explore how developers should and are educated to help you - the next generation - prepare for the real world. I'm your host Jonathan Gottfried, co-founder, hacker, entrepreneur, and hobbyist baker.
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The Wrong Side of the Pond podcast is a sometimes weekly American soccer podcast based in Cincinnati and hosted by former front office shill D.J. Switzer and occasional local radio hack Jeremy Lance. Our discussions focus heavily on the soccer happenings on both sides of the metaphorical pond, with a focus on the Premier League, Major League Soccer, and the U.S. National Teams.
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Best Podcast in Baseball

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St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold and other sports columnists and reporters discuss the St. Louis Cardinals, MLB and anything tangentially related to the national pastime and the city that adores it.
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The FINOS Open Source in Finance Podcast celebrates open source projects and interesting topics at the cross section of financial services and open source. So far, our industry experts have discussed practical applications of and their real-world experiences with a range of open source projects including desktop interoperability, low code platforms, synthetic data, and data modeling. They’ve also discussed best practices for inner source, common myths about open source and why commercial com ...
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The hackathon podcast is the premium podcast for everything hackathons. We discuss some of the world’s most difficult problems and creative solutions from hackers from every corner of the world.
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz and Eddie Knight of Sonatype return to our FINOS Debrief episodes that wrap up the past month or so in the FINOS Ecosystem - and look forward to the next month and beyond. Attend the London Open Source in Finance Forum 26 June 2024: ⁠⁠https://events.linuxfoundation.org/open-source-finance-forum-london/⁠⁠ 2023 S…
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"That gets to the frustration of Cubs fans," says The Athletic senior writer Patrick Mooney. "Of like look at this division and why is the approach so measured and logical all the time to its extreme? ... That drives Cubs fans crazy with good reason." "It's where Cubs and Cardinals fans agree," continues Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold.…
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No, it hasn’t been two months since we last published a podcast… you just, umm, missed the other episodes somehow. We get how it may seem like we’re suddenly back out of the blue to drop our annual Premier League Season Review Show. But that’s the show in store for you in a totally not-surprise move. And just like the previous 10 seasons before thi…
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Since the Boston Red Sox last bested the Cardinals nearly 11 years ago in one of their recurring World Series appointments, the Red Sox have had three last-place finishes and the Cardinals have slowly faded and fallen, like the leaves, into a decadelong cold snap without a World Series appearance. For these two October rivals, once legends of fall …
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With apologies to colleague and Post-Dispatch food critic Ian Froeb, we're talking about meatballs in this episode of the Best Podcast in Baseball. Meatballs and super-sizing. Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson joins the Best Podcast in Baseball, and using his column as a map he and Post-Dispatch baseball writer Derrick Goold explore t…
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Tune in to our Developer Docs and Content panel with experts from Twilio, Redocly, and Fern. We'll be talking about how these teams consistently create excellent developer-focused content, how you can measure the effectiveness of your content strategy, and the modern tooling required to level up your developer experience through content and docs. T…
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Less than a month after two of the Cardinals' leading young position players started opening day side by side in outfield, bringing a glimpse of the future into the present, Jordan Walker and Victor Scott II are reunited this weekend at Class AAA Memphis. Early season offensive struggles have led to both outfieldres being optioned to the Cardinals'…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Alex Scammon - Head of Open Source Development at G-Research. We talk about Alex's building of an OSPO at G-Research, and how you need to be intrepid when you do something like that. Alex Scammon: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexscammon/ G-Research: ⁠https://www.gresearch.com/ Attend the London O…
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Whether it was the style of play still expected of the team, the restoration of championship expectations, or the devoted fans that filled the ballpark and informed and inspired generations to come, the 1980s teams of Whitey Herzog were a force multiplier for Cardinals history. They amplified the reach and the devotion of the fans. And Herzog was t…
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As the Cardinals head west for the second time in the first month of the regular season, they do so lugging the baggage from one of the least productive lineups in the majors. The Cardinals' rank in the bottom five for many significant offensive categories. Four of the team's home runs have come from the catcher position, none from third baseman No…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Donald Fischer - CEO and CoFounder at Tidelift (a new Member of FINOS). We talk about Donald's journey through open source in the 90s to today, paying open source maintainers, and events on the horizon. Donald Fischer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donaldfischer/ Tidelift: https://tidelift.com/ Ups…
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A World Series champion, a two-time NL pennant-winner, and a two-time All-Star, Lance Lynn has done a bit of everything as a Cardinal and since he was a Cardinal. But on April 4, 2024, the burly, right-handed starter will do something he never has. He will start the home opener at Busch Stadium for the Cardinals. And that might mean doing something…
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In this insightful podcast titled "How to Utilize AI in DevRel," Greg Baugues, Raymond Camden, and Ash Arnwine, seasoned professionals in Developer Relations (DevRel), share their expertise on integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into DevRel practices. Hosted by Jon Gottfried, Co-Founder at MLH, the discussion navigates through various aspects …
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From the back fields and press box at Sloan Park, the spring training home of the Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball Derrick Goold and Cincinnati Enquirer baseball writer Gordon Wittenmyer survey the National League Central and discuss ballpark factors, dead zones, and whether any of these teams is actually going to win the division, or…
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The 2023 Cardinals, on their way to 91 losses and a last-place finish, diagnosed the rotation, an inconsistent outfield, and a difficult schedule at the start of the season as reasons for the fist last place finish in more than 30 years. Well, deja vu. The Cardinals near the start of the 2024 regular season with injuries in the rotation, uncertaint…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Rob Moffat - Senior Technical Architect at FINOS to discuss the FINOS 2024 Strategic Initiative Open Source Readiness (OSR) for banks and financial institutions Rob Moffat: ⁠https://www.linkedin.com/in/robmoffat/⁠ FINOS OSR information: ⁠⁠⁠⁠https://osr.finos.org/docs/bok/Introduction FINOS OSR re…
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Within the first 90 seconds of his camp-opening comments, Cardinals executive John Mozeliak said one of the "critical" questions of spring was whether the team could stay healthy. He noted that is something he has probably said in all 17 years of addressing the media on the first day of official workouts. Injuries, after all, are part of the game, …
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Are you ready to take your Developer Relations efforts to new heights with Campus Ambassador Programs? These initiatives are not just about spreading brand awareness; they're about tapping into the pulse of academic institutions, nurturing relationships with budding developers, and fostering a community brimming with innovation and enthusiasm. Our …
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Rob Moffat - Senior Technical Architect at FINOS to discuss the FINOS 2024 Strategic Initiative FINOS CCC (Common Cloud Controls). Rob Moffat: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robmoffat/ FINOS CCC information: ⁠https://www.finos.org/finos-2024-strategic-initiatives FINOS CCC repo: ⁠https://github.com/…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Rob Moffat - Senior Technical Architect at FINOS to discuss FINOS 2024 Strategic Initiatives, and FDC3 (trader desktop interoperability) specifically. Rob Moffat: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robmoffat/ FDC3 site: https://fdc3.finos.org/ FDC3 repo: https://github.com/finos/FDC3 Take your career to…
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Ten prospects. Two minutes each. Start the clock. St. Louis Post-Dispatch baseball writer Daniel Guerrero, one of the few staff writers at a daily paper dedicated to covering minor-league affiliates of the city's major-league team, joins the Best Podcast in Baseball to discuss 10 prospects who are set to have a leap year in 2024. Building off of Gu…
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"See a Different Game" was the motto of The Sporting News for a long time, and for a long time The Sporting News was known as the Bible of Baseball. Like everything, The Sporting News has changed, baseball coverage has changed, but more and more the best coverage remains true to that directive, "See a Different Game." And the best season for tellin…
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Well, we missed the pre- in the “preview” portion of our look ahead at the already extant 2024 Major League Soccer season. Though we’re sure you’d expect nothing less than that from D.J. and Jeremy at this point. If you’ve been with us for any of our previous ten MLS previews, you’ll know the drill. The guys will rundown their predictions for the p…
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Oh, the Humanity (of DevRel Marketing) with Reena Leone from Imply In this week’s episode Jon is joined by Reena Leone, the Senior Developer Evangelist at Imply. They discuss the confluence of developers and marketing: the importance of collaboration and organization of your content, and how to appeal to the human inside every Developer. LinkedIn: …
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On a windy day on the back fields of Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla., Mike Claiborne, one of the radio voices of the Cardinals, joins baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss how maybe Flag Day is too late in the schedule to determine where the club is headed in 2024. So it's time for an earlier Claiborne appearnce. It's a Leap Year. It's after…
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Balancing Big Initiatives and Personal Connections: Insights into Developer Advocacy with Nicolas Grenié of Typeform In this episode of The State of Developer Education, Jon is joined by Nicolas Grenié, a Developer Advocate for Typeform. Join them as they discuss Nicolas' coding origin story, the evolution of developer advocacy over the past decade…
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DevRel RoI: How Teams Measure Impact and Success In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Jacklyn Biggin, SJ Morris, and John Vajda. Jacklyn Biggin is a Developer Advocate at Automattic, SJ Morris is the Senior Manager of Developer Community at HubSpot, and John Vajda is DX and Growth Team Manager at Deepgram. In this episode, Jon and his guests di…
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A rare new #Pondcast lands in your inbox today, and the boys have a doozy on tap for you. First on the docket is an in-depth conversation in reaction to U.S. women’s national team captain Lindsey Horan’s controversial comments about the depth of knowledge of the American soccer public — or lack there of. Next we turned our attention to the shock an…
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As Cardinals prepare for the official opening of spring training, what tone must be set early and what lessons from last year's losing season and curious spring will inform this year's camp? St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson joins baseball writer Derrick Goold to discuss how more than just the Cardinals' spring training faci…
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The Importance of Storytelling in Developer Relations with Liz Moy of Intercom In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Liz Moy, Senior Developer Relations Engineer at Intercom. Intercom seeks to build a future where most customer conversations are successfully resolved without needing human support, freeing up the team to work on higher-value cust…
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Bridging the Developer Education Gap with Tim Castillo of Dagster Labs In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Tim Castillo, Data Engineer and Developer Advocate for Dagster Labs. Tim is a technology enthusiast and expert with a strong foundation in computer science and data engineering. Carving out his career trajectory in the bustling tech commu…
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In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by Pranav Shikarpur, a Developer Advocate at Pangea. As a young entrepreneur and civic problem solver, Pranav is a true innovator who has already won the MIT Minor Planet Honor and Grand Award at the Intel ISEF 2018. In this episode, John and Pranav discuss how to simplify security for developers, unpack his pa…
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Open Source Realities: Balancing Risks and Rewards in Development with John Richards In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by John Richards; The Head of Developer Relations at Paladin Cloud, a rapidly growing, open-source, cloud security company with a Security-as-Code platform, helping to reduce risks in cloud environments. In this episode, John i…
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Rejoice: a new #Pondcast! Yeah, it’s been another month since the guys last recorded, but that’s almost normal at this point. But the rarity makes it more special, right? Anyway, the guys reconvened to talk about the January transfer window and the — flagging? — participation in the annual semi-annual scramble to flush out unwanted players and/or m…
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New Cardinals reliever Andrew Kittredge, less than 72 hours after the trade that brought him from Tampa Bay to St. Louis, talks with the Best Podcast in Baseball and host Derrick Goold about the move, and why it wasn't entirely unexpected. Kittredge also details the slider that got him to the majors, and how the Rays and their creative and collabor…
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Bot Games: Gamifying the Learning Experience with Micah Smith from Automation Anywhere In this week’s episode, Jon is joined by an influential thought leader with over 15 years of experience in the automation space, Micah Smith, the current Vice President of Community and Learning at Automation Anywhere. In this episode, Micah shares his expertise …
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Merging Creativity and Code: Transforming Robotics Education with Arielle Mella from Viam In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Arielle Mella, Developer Advocate at Viam, whose eclectic background sits at the intersection of art, technology, design, and education. In this episode, Arielle shares how she prioritizes a creative and fun-first app…
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Open Source Models and Developer Education with Jacob Marks of Voxel51 In this episode, Jon talks to Jacob Marks, Machine Learning Engineer and Developer Evangelist at Voxel51, whose background is rooted in scientific research having formally been a Ph.D. resident at X the moonshot factory. In this episode, Jacob and Jon unpack the current hype sur…
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It's the Best Podcast in Baseball Holiday Episode: Part 2. Comedian Greg Warren, an All-American wrestler at Mizzou, considers a question posed by Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson: What current Cardinal would make the best wrestler? The physical skills and mental strength necessary propels the discussion in this is second part of the…
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It's the Best Podcast in Baseball Holiday Episode: Part 1. Comedian Greg Warren, a St. Louis native and devoted Cardinals fan, took over as entertainment for his friends at ballgames this past year when the results on the field were hardly a laughing matter. If that meant waving off the t-shirt slingshot or spiking his hat in frustration when the b…
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Weekly, monthly, quarterly… whatever kind of show we are now, a new episode has arrived! And on this latest edition of the pod, D.J. and Jeremy dissected the trouble being had by both halves of Manchester, Everton’s sudden and unexpected resurgence, MLS Cup, and Don Garber and Co’s decision to pull MLS first teams from the U.S. Open Cup. SUBSCRIBE:…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Karl Moll, the newest addition to the FINOS team! Karl is the FINOS Technical Project Advocate, and will play a huge role in the FINOS Community in 2024. We sit down and talk about his developer journey, from poli-sci, to computer sci, to Symphony, and now FINOS - open source vs closed source - a…
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The Cardinals have 11 World Series titles, most in the National League. Just ask them. But the Dodgers are coming for that crown the Cardinals cling to -- only four behind with 10 years of Shohei Ohtani ahead. "That's the mission statement," says Los Angeles Times baseball writer Bill Shaikin as he joins the Best Podcast in Baseball from the epicen…
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Art, AI and Developer Advocacy with Kirk Kaiser In this episode, Jon talks to Kirk Kaiser, former Head of Developer Relations at Gitpod and author of Make Art with Python, a book that teaches programming fundamentals through art instead of print statements. In this episode, Kirk and Jon explore software development through the lens of creativity to…
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Creating Impactful Developer Education Content with Alex Merced from Dremio In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Alex Merced, Developer Advocate at Dremio and YouTuber who produces a wide range of multimedia content to help the next generation of web developers. In this episode, Alex shares his secrets on how he creates impactful developer ed…
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In this episode of the podcast, Grizz sits down with Alex Lakatos - CTO at The Interledger Foundation (a new Associate Member of FINOS). We talk about Alex's developer / devrel journey, the Interledger Foundaiton, payments, open source, hackathons, and how to get out of trouble in Hungarian. Alex Lakatos: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexlakatos/htt…
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The Cardinals entered the offseason with optimism they could make American League Cy Young Award runnerup Sonny Gray a compelling offer to come to St. Louis and lead, from the mound and clubhouse, a revamped rotation. In the span of 3 minutes, 9 seconds -- which you'll hear in this brand new episode of the Best Podcast in Baseball -- Gray revealed …
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Hedy: Simplifying Syntax with Dr. Felienne Hermans In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Dr. Felienne Hermans, Professor of Computer Science Education at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and the creator of Hedy, a new and exciting, gradual textual programming language that simplifies how people learn to code. In this episode, Dr Felienne shares ho…
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When it comes to the Cardinals' needs for pitching, this is not the offseason to fixate on one name or one solutions, argues St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports columnist Ben Frederickson. This is the winter to deal in volume -- most Costco, less Hublot. Frederickson takes over hosting duties for a brand new BPIB featuring Derrick Goold, the usual host …
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The Importance of Observability Within the Developer Role with Jemiah Sius from New Relic In this week’s episode, Jon sits down with Jemiah Sius, Senior Director of Developer Relations at New Relic. As a self-taught developer, Jemiah has a wealth of experience in a range of different areas, including full-stack development, product management, and …
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