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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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 33m. Bisher sind 794 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

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episode 792: Learning to Teach with Shaundai Person


Shaundai Person is an engineer and career switcher who is using the skills from her previous career to be successful in her new one! She's also a mom and is applying all of this to learn how to teach! She's a blogger and trainer and has been deliberate in her journey to teaching and sharing her experiences. She shares her techniques and styles with Scott in this episode!


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episode 791: Design Systems with Jina Anne


Jina Anne is a Designer and Advocate with a passion for Design Systems and Design Tokens. What are Design Systems? Are they limiting or are they freeing? What happens when giant companies make a design system - does the whole industry move? What do things "look old" and need to be "refreshed?"


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   32m
 
 

episode 790: Leslie Lamport - in partnership with ACM Bytecast


In this collaboration with ACM ByteCast and Hanselminutes, Scott welcomes 2013 ACM A.M. Turing Award laureate Leslie Lamport of Microsoft Research, best known for his seminal work in distributed and concurrent systems, and as the initial developer of the document preparation system LaTeX and the author of its first manual.


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   39m
 
 

episode 789: Developers and Security with Rey Bango


There's Developers, and there's Infosec, right? Folks that sling code, and the security people that complain about the coders. Rey Bango talks to Scott about the mindset that developers should consider today - where security is baked into the process from day 0.


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   36m
 
 

episode 788: Automating all the Things with Home Assistant's Paulus Schoutsen


Home Assistant allows you to control all your devices without storing any of your data in the cloud. The project was started as a Python application by Paulus Schoutsen in September 2013 and has turned into a massively popular series of projects that span hundreds of devices! Plus, they like to keep your privacy private!


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 2021-05-13  33m
 
 

episode 787: Social Robots with De'Aira Bryant


De’Aira Bryant is a doctoral student in the School of Interactive Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research areas span the fields of human-robot interaction and artificial intelligence. Recently she programmed a report for the HBO movie "Superintelligence." She talks to Scott about how robots and can cater to specific audiences, especially children.


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 2021-05-07  36m
 
 

episode 786: Customer Empathy with Alex Allwood


Customer Empathy is a powerful human resource for positively impacting customer experience excellence. Alex Allwood outlines her customer-centric framework, methods and tools to switch on and scale customer empathy that can be used to solve the common customer experience management problems of low organizational commitment, poor alignment of cross-functional teams, and competing agendas and priorities.


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 2021-04-29  33m
 
 

episode 785: Intersection of Medicine and Technology with Dr. Divya Dhar Cohen


Dr. Divya Dhar Cohen has reinvented herself at least 3 times! She started as a social activist, then a doctor, then a product manager at Google! She's founded and built products, been a physician in New Zealand and even got an MBA along the way. She talks to Scott about the intersection of all these things that interest her and more!


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 2021-04-22  33m
 
 

episode 784: Doing Open Source with Brian Douglas


Brian Douglas is a Staff Developer Advocate at GitHub. He talks to Scott about his journey (and YOUR journey) into Open Source and community! Anyone can do it!


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 2021-04-15  32m
 
 

episode 783: API Observability with Akita Software's Jean Yang


Jean Yang has a better way to catch breaking changes. She's been considering software verification, programming language design, type-systems, and type-safety for many years. She understands how to automatically enforce information flow policies and has now turned her eye towards founding Akita Software. They promise to make your APIs and Services easier to understand, map, manage, and maintain.


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 2021-04-08  32m