Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman

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episode 748: A Brief History of The Deficit Myth with Dr. Stephanie Kelton


Dr. Stephanie Kelton is the most visible public advocate of modern monetary theory - the freshest and most important idea about economics in decades. With its important new ways of understanding money, taxes, and the critical role of deficit spending, MMT redefines how to responsibly use our resources so that we can maximize our potential.


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episode 747: Cybersecurity for Executives in the Age of Cloud with Teri Radichel


With the rising cost of data breaches, executives need to understand the basics of cybersecurity so they can make strategic decisions that keep companies out of headlines and legal battles. Teri Radichel is the CEO of 2nd Sight Lab and the author of the new book "Cybersecurity for Executives in the Age of Cloud." She teaches Scott about what folks need to think about as they move their business into the new age!


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   32m
 
 

episode 746: Managing remotely with Asana Engineering Manager Kate Reading


Scott talks to Engineering Manager Kate Reading from Asana about her experiences as a new remote worker during the pandemic. How do you manage standups, checkins, 1:1s, and onboarding? All this plus "Team User Manuals" on this episode of Hanselminutes


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   31m
 
 

episode 745: How the OBS Project changed video forever with lead Hugh Bailey


Hugh Bailey just wanted to make a nice open source app to stream Starcraft. It's been just 8 years since the OBS project started and it's taken video by storm. Add in the influx of users using OBS to enhance their Skype/Teams/Zoom calls and it's clear that OBS is now an essential part of the any content creators workflow. Scott talks to Hugh about the what why and how of the OBS Project.


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   34m
 
 

episode 744: Diabetes and Data Science with Dr. Alex Constantin


Dr. Alex Constantin is a Data Scientist and Diabetic on a mission to take the mental burden and frustration out of living with diabetes. She and Scott have nearly a half century of diabetes experience between them, but only Alex is a PhD, so in this episode she teaches Scott how data science can improve the lives of diabetics everywhere!


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 2020-07-09  32m
 
 

episode 743: How Design Makes The World with Scott Berkun


Scott Berkun is the bestselling author of eight books on design, creativity, public speaking and more. He sits down with Scott Hanselman to talk about his latest book, "How Design Makes The World." Everything you use, from your home to your smartphone, from highways to supermarkets, was designed by someone. What did they get right? Where did they go wrong? And what can we learn from how these experts think that can help us improve our own lives?


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 2020-07-02  34m
 
 

episode 742: Dismantling barriers to participation in programming communities with Dr. Denae Ford


Dr. Denae Ford is a Research Scientist investigating identity-based signals to support retention in Socio-Technical Ecosystems. What does that mean? It's using science to make programming communities more inclusive and welcoming!


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 2020-06-25  32m
 
 

episode 741: Will your next laptop use an ARM processor? with Jeremy Sinclair


The Surface Pro X is thin, light, and is absolutely silent because it has no fans! It uses a power-sipping ARM processor rather than an Intel processor. Jeremy Sinclair schools Scott on why it's significant that Windows can run on ARM now. We'll also learn what this means for developers and tools like Visual Studio Code. Can this ARM machine also emulate x86 processors? Will your next laptop run ARM?


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 2020-06-18  35m
 
 

episode 740: Red Teaming with Leron Gray


"A red team is a group that helps organizations to improve themselves by providing opposition to the point of view of the organization that they are helping." What's that mean in layperson's terms? They are the internal pen testing team that attacks company resources to make them better and more secure! How does one get a cool job like this? How can you get a start in infosec?


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 2020-06-11  31m
 
 

episode 739: Social Friendships and Internet Creativity with Cassidy Williams


Scott and Principal Developer Experience Engineer Cassidy Williams talk about social friendships, internet life, making code, videos, and videos about code.


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 2020-06-04  31m