Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman

Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices. Talk and Tech for Developers, Life-long Learners, and Technologists.

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episode 738: Language Understanding (LUIS) with Dr. Riham Mansour


Dr. Riham Mansour is the Principal Engineering Manager running the Language Understanding Service (LUIS), which is the product offering from the Machine Teaching Innovation Group. LUIS has been the entry point of Microsoft in the Machine Teaching market. Riham founded LUIS in collaboration with the Machine Teaching Group in Microsoft Research in 2015.


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episode 737: A path to technical leadership with Keavy McMinn


Keavy is an engineering leader who believes that the management path isn't the only way to be a technical leader! In fact, she doesn't want to be a manager! How do you "become senior" and move into a technical leadership path without becoming a people manager?


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episode 736: Making Docker lovely for Developers with Simon Ferquel


Scott's been using Docker Desktop for years now, and in this episode he talks to Simon Ferquel about Docker on Windows. How will WSL2 make Docker even better? How does Docker help developers specifically be more productive (and happier?) How much easier can Docker get and how does Docker Desktop enable that?


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episode 735: Http Cats, Sketchnoting and Loving the Web with Tomomi Imura


Tomomi Imura loves two things: The web, and cats. It's only reasonable that she combine them in everything that she does. She talks to Scott about Code and Creativity, Making things, Raspbrry Pis, Javascript, and Cats as a Service.


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episode 734: The world blog with Wordpress Lead Dev Helen Hou Sandí


WordPress makes the world go around! Some folks estimate a billion sites? A third of the internet? It's a hugely influential open source project. Scott talks to one of the dev leads, Helen Hou Sandí, about how she got started in open source, her feelings about PHP, and why she loves WordPress so much.


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episode 733: DevOps and GitHub Actions with Edward Thomson


Today Scott talks with GitHub's Edward Thomson about GitHub Actions and how to really automate your entire software workflow. Are you doing anything twice...manually? What you can automate and can GitHub Actions make that happen? How complete is your CI/CD? Are you testing, releasing? What about bots to make your issue triage easier?


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 2020-04-23  34m
 
 

episode 732: The Holloway Guide to Remote Work with Courtney Nash


"Everyone has written a guide on remote work—but no one has done so as diligently and comprehensively as Holloway." Researched, written, and edited by experts, the Guide to Remote work includes over 300 pages of research, guidance, and commentary from experts in an easily digestible format. In this episode, Scott talks with editor Courtney Nash about remote work today and tomorrow.


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 2020-04-16  32m
 
 

episode 731: Bringing Medical products to market safely with Emily Gorcenski


Emily Gorcenski is an American data scientist who has run trials for medical device software. We are living in an interesting time and facing a medical device shortage. Emily talks to Scott about how medical device regulation works as well the barriers and challenges. What kinds of medical devices exist and how are they categorized? How can we as technologists help in the current crisis?


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 2020-04-09  29m
 
 

episode 730: LEGO Education SPIKE Prime with firmware engineer Ralph Hempel


Ralph Hempel leads the firmware development team here at LEGO, working together with the electronics, mechanics, and front end teams to build products such as Boost, StarWARS Boost, the CITY Train, App Controlled Batmobile, and of course all the new App Controlled Technic products. He's been writing embedded firmware for 35 years, and have written new firmware for every LEGO MINDSTORSM brick since the RCX...


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 2020-04-04  31m
 
 

episode 729: Embodying a disembodied AI with Chris Conner, Altered Carbon's Poe


Chris Conner is a stage and screen actor who can currently be seen as Poe in Netflix's SciFi series Altered Carbon. Poe is a artificial intelligence the likes of which hasn't been seen on screen before. He is kind, curious, powerful, but gentle. He is a fixer who is broken. Why did Chris Conner explore the complete works of Edgar Allen Poe to better understand how to play a near-immortal AI? Scott and Chris sit down and explore Chris's process.


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 2020-03-26  32m