The Ask Noah Show is a weekly radio call in show where we take your tech questions or business in tech questions live on the air.
The show airs Tuesdays at 6pm CST on asknoahshow.com and at KEQQ 88.3 FM in Grand Forks ND.
It's a free call 1-855-450-NOAH so join us and start on your way to owning your operating system, your software, and technology.
This hour we talk to Alex Tselegidis, owner and founder of EasyAppointments - a highly customizable web application that allows your customers to book appointments with you via the web. Moreover, it provides the ability to sync your data with Google Calendar so you can use them with other services. We catch up with Lutris and chat about gaming on Linux!
Publish your app for Linux users for desktop, cloud, and Internet of Things. That's the promise of Snaps but what exactly are snaps, what do they do, and why do they mean the future for the Linux desktop? Alan Pope joins us to discuss!
This hour we talk to Dr Andy Yen Founder and CEO of Protonmail!
ProtonMail is an end-to-end encrypted email service founded in 2014 at the CERN research facility by Andy Yen, Jason Stockman, and Wei Sun. ProtonMail uses client-side encryption to protect email contents and user data before they are sent to ProtonMail servers, unlike other common email providers.
This week Michael Tunnell from Tux Digital joins us to share a creative new workflow for automating podcast production. Suse is claiming to be the largest independent Linux company and UBPorts has officially formalized their foundation.
In this weeks episode we air out interview with the OpenPower Foundation. The OpenPOWER Foundation is an open technical membership organization that will assist data centers in rethinking their approach to technology. Google, Tyan, Nvidia and Mellanox are all founding members of the OpenPOWER Foundation. OpenPower is an “open source” model for hardware, launched by IBM...
Google announced its biggest move into the gaming space at GDC. Stadia, a streaming game service is designed to run on everything from PCs and Android phones to Google's own Chromecast devices. DasGeek (Ryan) join us to discuss!
We give you the recap of ScALE this year and give you another option to manage your servers from a Web UI. Abraham Ingersoll joins us this hour and we talk about Teleport. Teleport lets you provide seamless and secure access to infrastructure for your organization, centrally managed from a simple command-line tool and your existing identity manager.
This hour we talk to Augustin aka Mr.WaddleSplash from the Haiku Project. The Haiku project is a Haiku is a free and open-source operating system compatible with the now discontinued BeOS. Its development began in 2001 under the name OpenBeOS, but rebranded as Haiku in 2004. We talk about the Project History and their aim for the future.