Best compsci podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Episode Sponsored By: Support for the Greater Than Code podcast comes from O’Reilly Fluent and Velocity conferences. Join over 4,000 developers and engineers in San Jose, California, June 11-14. Check out the Super Bronze Pass for access to both conferences–you’ll get a unique learning experience that addresses the full web experience, from dev ...…
 
Episode Sponsored By: Support for the Greater Than Code podcast comes from O’Reilly Fluent and Velocity conferences. Join over 4,000 developers and engineers in San Jose, California, June 11-14. Check out the Super Bronze Pass for access to both conferences–you’ll get a unique learning experience that addresses the full web experience, from dev ...…
 
Decades before Dean’s venture was acquired by a public company in 2014, he was a scrappy 2nd yr comp sci major at UCSD. He saw a posting on the job board, asking for students with experience. He applied, saying that he was a programming expert, would take the job at a fixed price, and would … Continue reading "Ep7: Dean Rosenberg (Venture SD) S ...…
 
Sidewalk Snow Removal Sanctuary Town Sneaky Max Colorlicious Raspberry Pi continues Comp. Sci Unplugged Hello, World
 
Welcome, Gerry Roston! Gerry is the CEO of Civionics, an “IIOT” company (Industrial Internet of Things) He worked at JPL as one of the early engineers on the Mars Rover project. The equipment was things like the Puma 560 controlled by a PDP11/73 The prototype that Gerry helped create was called Robby the Rover. This was primarily used to develo ...…
 
In the second episode from the 2016 Ontario Universities' Fair, Ken Steele surveys the exhibit floor and interviews university representatives to summarize what's new in student recruitment marketing this fall. (See the first, "Why Go to the OUF?" at https://youtu.be/CyXKcQ7fsac ). This podcast includes some flashback photos, video and even som ...…
 
In the second episode from the 2016 Ontario Universities' Fair, Ken Steele surveys the exhibit floor and interviews university representatives to summarize what's new in student recruitment marketing this fall. (See the first, "Why Go to the OUF?" at https://youtu.be/CyXKcQ7fsac ). This podcast includes some flashback photos, video and even som ...…
 
This week Joe and Cody discuss Apple's machine learning division, Vesper shutting down, iCloud's new storage tier, Apple's upcoming September event, and much more. Links for this episode: Actress Jessica Alba Joins Apple's 'Planet of the Apps' TV Show as a Mentor - Mac Rumors An Exclusive Look at How AI and Machine Learning Work at Apple – Back ...…
 
Our final year Computer Science students graduated last week, which included a formal ceremony followed by a Champagne reception celebration in the Kilburn Building. There were over 400 people in the glorious Manchester sunshine toasting our successful graduates, including many families and friends alongside academics and support staff from the ...…
 
http://advancedbeginnerchallenge.com – I built a course to get your first job in web development, or upgrade from Junior to mid-level. Resources:- Ruby on Rails episode 1 mentioned many times in episode here https://soundcloud.com/starthere-rubyonrails/1-bootcamps-vs-learning-solo-how-to-begin-with-ruby-on-rails- Discrete Mathematics Textbook. ...…
 
It’s a RAPIDFire episode – Chris and Dave answer your questions as quickly as they can before the gun goes off. Too many tools, comp sci vs programming, vertical rythym, version controlling WordPress, self-employment, div-itis, and mobile email client performance issues are just some (ok all) of the topics covered. Q & A 1:42 What has perplexed ...…
 
It’s a RAPIDFire episode – Chris and Dave answer your questions as quickly as they can before the gun goes off. Too many tools, comp sci vs programming, vertical rythym, version controlling WordPress, self-employment, div-itis, and mobile email client performance issues are just some (ok all) of the topics covered. Q & A 1:42 What has perplexed ...…
 
It's an ALL STAR WARS show as our three space-poppers review The Force Awakens and the original A New Hope in a Double Feature review; rank the Best vs. Worst Prequel Trilogy films; cover the Rogue One teaser trailer and more franchise news.Music: "You're My Comp Sci Class Crush" by Datasuck is licensed under CC-BY 3.0Datasuck: https://datasuck ...…
 
In this episode: learning illustration as a UI designer, API version upgrades, compsci tests, naming projects, and Sam's new side project! If you have questions of your own, you can tweet us at @immutablefm, email us at questions@immutable.fm, or join our Slack team! Sponsors: Hired Topic 1: My job consists primarily of UI design work but I wan ...…
 
In this episode: learning illustration as a UI designer, API version upgrades, compsci tests, naming projects, and Sam's new side project! If you have questions of your own, you can tweet us at @immutablefm, email us at questions@immutable.fm, or join our Slack team! Sponsors: Hired Topic 1: My job consists primarily of UI design work but I wan ...…
 
Welcome to Episode 14 of the Building a Life and Career in Security Podcast. Today’s guest is Martin Reyes Martin started off on a help desk and worked his way up to a managerial position in information security for a big bank. I appreciate Martin’s insight having been docked down a few times and how he got right back up. Links Mentioned In Thi ...…
 
Often people complain about the lack of developer skills in western countries like the United States and that problem is amplified when you consider typically under represented groups such as women and minorities. This week you'll meet Laura Blankenship who is doing more than her share to widen the appeal of programming in general and Python in ...…
 
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Welcome to the fourth episode of Graduates et al! This week's episode features 3rd year graduate student and friend, Mohit Raghunathan (B.S. Comp. Sci. & Physics, Carnegie Mellon University). On this episode, Mohit and I talk about the use of scientific computing in academia and delve into his academic journey. We also disc ...…
 
Download this episode Subscribe to the Cognicast In this episode, we talk to Aysylu Greenberg about art, Loom and trying new things. Our Guest, Aysylu Greenberg On the Web On Twitter On Github Topics Таш Су Кояш, Aysylu's painting Crepuscular rays Tim Ewald’s Programming with Hand Tools Riak database engine Bjitcask Loom Loom talk - Clojure Wes ...…
 
On this episode we talk with Brett Terpstra, the coder, author and web developer behind apps such as Marked 2 and nvALT, and podcasts including Systematic and Overtired. Brett discusses how he got his start, lessons he’s learned from freelancing, why it’s vital to share your work, the importance of choosing the right clients, and much more. Lis ...…
 
Hohokum was one of my favorite games of 2014, technically it was my 2nd favorite game of all. I had once before already spewed out a collection of words in my adoration of the game and how I purposefully ignored … Continued The post Episode 179 – Ricky Haggett & Dick Hogg appeared first on BigSushi.fm.…
 
Hohokum was one of my favorite games of 2014, technically it was my 2nd favorite game of all. I had once before already spewed out a collection of words in my adoration of the game and how I purposefully ignored … Continued The post Episode 179 – Ricky Haggett & Dick Hogg appeared first on BigSushi.fm.…
 
Download this episode Subscribe to the Cognicast In this episode, we talk to Will Byrd about Scheme, Clojure and computer science education. Our Guest, Will Byrd On the web On Github On Twitter Music Will chose "Luminous Bipeds" by The Orthotonics to start the show and "Don't You Evah" by Spoon to end the show. He also suggested watching the vi ...…
 
On today's show Guillermo, Heath and I talk about everything from be "careful not to offend" and sexism in the workplace to my startup and the Scala-based technology stack I chose. Heath brought up a good point, when we speak at conferences these days we have to be *really* careful not to offend anyone. The advent of social media provides a soa ...…
 
HPR Episode: How I Got Into Computers 1. Got into computers in 1974 in high school. - School had a DEC PDP-11/20 minicomputer * Two ASR-33 Teletype terminals, keypunch, line printer, card sorter * Ran older operating system RSTS-11 v4a - Too low-end to run anything more recent. - 16K words of core memory: point-to-point wired "cores" - The syst ...…
 
HPR Episode: How I Got Into Computers 1. Got into computers in 1974 in high school. - School had a DEC PDP-11/20 minicomputer * Two ASR-33 Teletype terminals, keypunch, line printer, card sorter * Ran older operating system RSTS-11 v4a - Too low-end to run anything more recent. - 16K words of core memory: point-to-point wired "cores" - The syst ...…
 
Dashing, an OSS Dashboard framework from Shopify FSF joins with Software Freedom Law Center against software patents Also - Unlocking the Sky And is this the type of patent we’re talking about? What’s new in Chrome 33? It’s not just a James Bond Character, now Q is a language the beta directory of Gradle Plugins Countdown to Windows XP Expirati ...…
 
Have you ever wonder how bit masking work (or what is that?) and why do you need it? Or why a tree structure exists? (or what is breadth first vs depth first), or what are game trees? We put our Computer Science hat and go "depth first" in some fundamental compsci concepts, and, more importantly their utility, ending with Game trees (and they a ...…
 
Matt Wensing from Stormpulse (disclaimer: I’m an investor, long story below) generously took some time off of managing the nation’s severe weather risks to appear on our podcast. (Keith Perhac couldn’t be with us when we taped this, as he was celebrating the birth of his second daughter.) It’s been about six months since our last episode but I ...…
 
How do you make a name for yourself, and your product? That’s the question we posed to Brennan Dunn. It seemed like almost overnight he was everywhere: blog posts on Hacker News, popping up in my Twitter stream, and promoting a new product for consultants called Planscope. In this episode we delve into how he made this happen: we asked him how ...…
 
How do you make a name for yourself, and your product? That’s the question we posed to Brennan Dunn. It seemed like almost overnight he was everywhere: blog posts on Hacker News, popping up in my Twitter stream, and promoting a new product for consultants called Planscope. In this episode we delve into how he made this happen: we asked him how ...…
 
How do you make a name for yourself, and your product? That’s the question we posed to Brennan Dunn. It seemed like almost overnight he was everywhere: blog posts on Hacker News, popping up in my Twitter stream, and promoting a new product for consultants called Planscope. In this episode we delve into how he made this happen: we asked him how ...…
 
How do you make a name for yourself, and your product? That’s the question we posed to Brennan Dunn. It seemed like almost overnight he was everywhere: blog posts on Hacker News, popping up in my Twitter stream, and promoting a new product for consultants called Planscope. In this episode we delve into how he made this happen: we asked him how ...…
 
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