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The Programming Electronics Academy Podcast is a show featuring programmers, hobbyists, and other influencers, who are realizing their creative vision using Arduino. In each episode our host and guests of the show will talk about their creative projects and prototypes, how they managed build them, and what listeners can do to get out there and make their own projects using Arduino.
 
The Stack Overflow podcast is a weekly conversation about working in software development, learning to code, and the art and culture of computer programming. Hosted by Sara Chipps, Paul Ford, and Ben Popper, the series will feature questions from our community, interviews with fascinating guests, and hot takes on what’s happening in tech. About Stack Overflow Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow is the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and buil ...
 
Let's Make It is a show that is all about making things, in particular electronic things. During this show we will be using things like Arduinos, PIC chips and Raspberry Pie's to make all kinds of electronic gadgets. We are making these gadgets to learn how they work. Not technical, not to worry, we are going to start really simple and teach you as we go along. All it requires is a desire to want to learn some programming and electronics. This show is hosted by Mike Myers of Genius Idea Stud ...
 
This is your bi-weekly deep dive on making, DIY, electronics, and technical topics of interest to the radio amateur. Join your hosts George KJ6VU and Jeremy KF7IJZ as they discuss current developments in ham radio while introducing listeners to a plethora of topics and skills such as test equipment, 3D Printing, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and more. Ham radio is a hobby of hobbies - George and Jeremy introduce hams of all ages to experimenting and learning within ham radio, which can be one of th ...
 
POSSIBLY UNSAFE is a hands-on adventure in DIY hosted by Patrick Norton and Michael Hand. Whether it’s experimenting with bacon in the kitchen, building an amazing gaming PC, or hacking brains with Arduinos- Possibly Unsafe is ready to help viewers get end results while not necessarily following the proper protocols.
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Bringing the culture of a makerspace straight to your earbuds. Co-hosts Aaron and Dustin recruit guests to have raw conversations about a broad spectrum of topics. Projects, science, technology, engineering, failure, computer-y stuffs, weird habits, video games, things that blink, code, robots, wooden boxes, tools. Go make something!
 
IT Talks (produced by Redpill Linpro) lets you in on how it is to work with us, how customers have solved IT challenges, new industry trends by our partners and much more. We have offices in Denmark, Norway and Sweden – and we have recorded talks at all of our locations and the chats are held in local language.
 
Stemiverse is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris, author of Maker Education Revolution and founder of Tech Explorations, talks with amazing educators about the most important topics in STEM Education. TE Podcast is a podcast where every two weeks Dr. Peter Dalmaris interviews professional engineers and scientists for their take in the latest developments, their practices, and advice, as well as makers about their projects, their favorite tools (software and hardware), and the ...
 
Let's Make It is a show that is all about making things, in particular electronic things. During this show we will be using things like Arduinos, PIC chips and Raspberry Pie's to make all kinds of electronic gadgets. We are making these gadgets to learn how they work. Not technical, not to worry, we are going to start really simple and teach you as we go along. All it requires is a desire to want to learn some programming and electronics. This show is hosted by Mike Myers of Genius Idea Stud ...
 
Developer Smackdown is a weekly technical audio podcast hosted by Clark Sell and Mark Nichols. Clark and Mark muse about anything related to the software industry and the developers behind it. On Developer Smackdown we try to not only give real world practical advice but have that honest conversation you would hae with your colleges after work. © Copyright 2009 – 2011 by Developer Smackdown.
 
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Arduino has become a real success, and is backed by a huge community. When everything is connected it could be an advantage to know how and why it works and Arduino can be your entrance to understanding. Why not build an irrigating system as a first project? Sounds complicated? Billy Beltran will introduce you to this platform for learning how our …
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 17! Here are the latest maker, tech, DIY, IoT, and embedded updates from the week of October 5, 2020. This week saw an NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB released, Recalbox 7.0 with Raspberry Pi 4 support and Odroid XU4 OGST compatibility released, the Rock Pi X SBC with Windows 10 support announced, and more! We publi…
 
Sara shares the story of a developer conference that was smoke bombed by an Arduino bot gone haywire. It was this chaos that inspired her to dig deeper into Arduino, which would eventually play a big role in helping her to found her company, Jewelbots. Paul unravels the mystery of what's really inside the Goonie Box: a timepiece, puzzle, and mechan…
 
We break down some thoughts on this issue, which came to light after a tweet from Tim Nolet. Later in the episode we talk about the debate raging right now around elections and technology. What role should software play and where is regulation appropriate? Last but not least, we consider what the next US administration might do with regards to regu…
 
Meet Magnus Petzäll, CIO at HAV (Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management), who has a passion for digitalisation. Listen to why he thinks that all organisations should start to investigate its information assets and by doing that open up for innovation. He also shares thoughts on leadership, communication, and what kind of qualifications and …
 
Ionic’s very own Ely Lucas swings by to chat to Alyssa, Chris & Brooks about NestJS, the node framework that’s winning over devs in the Angular community and beyond. The panel dive into the docs, learning about how Nest allows developers to structure powerful backends with a syntax that will make Angular devs in particular feel right at home. Spons…
 
Ionic’s very own Ely Lucas swings by to chat to Alyssa, Chris & Brooks about NestJS, the node framework that’s winning over devs in the Angular community and beyond. The panel dive into the docs, learning about how Nest allows developers to structure powerful backends with a syntax that will make Angular devs in particular feel right at home. Spons…
 
Mike, George, and Jeremy discuss the common types of wire HF antennas - Dipoles and End Feds. We talk about the physical, electrical, and performance aspects of these antenna types. PERMALINK - https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/wire-antennas Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/hamworkbe…
 
You can find Kelsey on Twitter here. His Github is here. His personal journey with Kubernetes is detailed in a nice piece here. Kelsey has an interesting role at Google. He sits at the director level but is an independent contributor with no direct reports. Instead he works to help galvanize interest in particular tools and topics, driving adoption…
 
That skit made it to the front page of Reddit, and was soon seen across the internet. It's nice to make people laugh, but following the surge of interest, Emily also had to deal with severe harassment and cyber stalking. She wrote a piece about the experience which you can find here. In this episode, we discuss how moderation can be improved and th…
 
Welcome to the Electromaker Show, episode 18! Here are the latest maker, tech, DIY, IoT, and embedded updates from the week of October 12, 2020. This week saw a new BBC micro:bit board released, a fresh Arduino Portenta Vision Shield, new Banana Pi AI-capable SBC, DeskPi Pro Raspberry Pi case, and more! We publish a new show every week. Subscribe h…
 
Thomas Pink and Fabian Friedl from Dynatrace join Adventures in Angular to discuss the highs and lows of building an in-house design system with Angular and the exciting move from keeping it internal to open sourcing and letting the world loose upon it. Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial CacheFly Panel…
 
Thomas Pink and Fabian Friedl from Dynatrace join Adventures in Angular to discuss the highs and lows of building an in-house design system with Angular and the exciting move from keeping it internal to open sourcing and letting the world loose upon it. Sponsors Audible.com Raygun | Click here to get started on your free 14-day trial CacheFly Panel…
 
Has there ever been a gaming company that brought more joy to the world than Nintendo? They were making playing cards back in 1889 and continue to find ways to be different but fun with inventions like the Switch and Labo. Sara gives us some the scoop on Rimworld. Check out the trailer here and feel free to lend your skill to a new mod if you have …
 
You can find some of Jack's art and other projects here. Ben breaks through and answers his first SO question—by copy/pasting from the comments, of course. Sara finds the relevant XKCD. Later, we check out Darling.hq, a MacOS translation layer for Linux If you are in the mood to learn programming with colors and shapes, check out the website that J…
 
Mike VA3MW and Smitty KR6ZY are back to continue answering YOUR Amateur Radio questions! PERMALINK: https://www.hamradioworkbench.com/podcast/listener-questions-part-2 Our Website - http://www.hamradioworkbench.com/ Follow us on Twitter -https://twitter.com/hamworkbench Contact us -http://hamradioworkbench.com/contact Connect with us on Facebook - …
 
Today's episode was inspired by a question on folks who postpone a merge for fear of being the one to resolve a conflict. Shout out to Candied Orange for the thoughtful answer. Paul and Sara reminisce about the days before Git, when version control was very different from what it is today, and Paul accidentally left many a project in shambles. Do y…
 
What is self service? Are there any differences between internal and external self services? How can an IT department benefit from self services? These and many more questions are debated in this IT Talks episode with Daniel Hederstedt, Head of IT Infrastructure at Arbetsförmedlingen, and Henrik Gavelli. By listening to the episode, you will also l…
 
Special guest, Vitalii Bobrov joins us to talk about accessibility on the web and how to relate it to user experience in general. What can we do to improve accessibility? How can we improve accessibility? Why should we even care about accessibility? Find the answers to these questions and much more on this very insightful episode of Adventures in A…
 
Special guest, Vitalii Bobrov joins us to talk about accessibility on the web and how to relate it to user experience in general. What can we do to improve accessibility? How can we improve accessibility? Why should we even care about accessibility? Find the answers to these questions and much more on this very insightful episode of Adventures in A…
 
Chris is the author of the New York Times bestselling books The Long Tail and Free as well as Makers: The New Industrial Revolution. He is lso the CEO of 3DR, founder of the Linux Foundation's Dronecode Project, and founder of the DIY Drones and DIY Robocars communities, including the ArduPilot autopilot project. Not surprisingly, he also created s…
 
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