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 946: Ethics, AI, and Human-centered Computing with Dr. Casey Fiesler


Casey Fiesler is an associate professor in the Department of Information Science (and Computer Science, by courtesy) at the University of Colorado Boulder. She has a PhD in Human-Centered Computing from Georgia Tech and a JD from Vanderbilt Law School. This week she talks to Scott about AI and Ethics!


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episode 944: Open Core Open Source with Mermaid Chart's Knut Sveidqvist


This week we talk to Knut Sveidqvist who brings over 20 years of software expertise to the table. Knut is the creator of the award-winning Mermaid open-source project, but he’s also the CTO at Mermaid Chart, the powerful JavaScript-based diagramming and charting tool that is building their business on an Open Core Business Model.


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episode 943: Exploring Decentralized Tech with TBD's Rizel Scarlett


Rizel Scarlett is a Staff Developer Advocate at TBD, Block's newest business unit. TBD is an incubator operating within Block. They are building open source platforms and protocols that make it easy to exchange money internationally.


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episode 942: Innovation in Accessibility with Fable's Kate Kalcevich


Kate Kalcevich is Head of Accessibility at Fable. Fable is an accessibility company that enables the development of digital products that work for everyone. She sits down with Scott to talk about how to drive and measure accessibility in your applications and websites.


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episode 941: Foundations of Design for Developers with Kathryn Grayson Nanz


Kathryn Grayson Nanz Is a designer who's written an ebook called Quote Foundations of design for developers. She understands that developers need to participate in the design process, and often developers can identify that something is wrong with the design but they can't figure out why. In this episode she talks to Scott about how engineers and developers can learn design and even become actively interested in the topic!


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 April 18, 2024  29m
 
 

episode 940: Github Advanced Security with Jacob DePriest


Jacob DePriest is the Deputy Chief Security Officer at GitHub! From discussing the challenges of maintaining the security of one of the world’s largest code repositories to sharing insights on the latest cybersecurity trends, Jacob talks to Scott about what it takes to safeguard GitHub and its millions of users. Whether you’re a developer, a cybersecurity enthusiast, or just curious about how GitHub keeps your code safe, this episode is a must-listen...


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 April 11, 2024  29m
 
 

episode 939: Affective Computing with MIT's Dr. Rosalind Picard


In association and partnership with the ACM Bytecast, this episode features a conversation with Affective Computing Pioneer Dr. Rosalind Picard. Dr. Picard is a scientist, inventor, and engineer, member of the faculty of MIT's Media Lab, founder and director of the Affective Computing research group at the MIT Media Lab, founding faculty chair of MIT's MindHandHeart Initiative, and a faculty member of the MIT Center for Neurobiological Engineering...


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 April 4, 2024  29m
 
 

episode 938: Big Tech from the Inside with Dare Obasanjo


In an episode Scott sits down with career big tech PM Dare Obasanjo to explore the intricacies of the technology industry from an insider’s perspective. Dare has worked at Microsoft and Meta and has opined on Tech (both Big and Small) on Social Media for two decades. Together they delve into the evolving landscape of tech, discussing the impact of emerging trends and the future of innovation.


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 March 28, 2024  30m
 
 

episode 937: The Challenges of Deploying IoT at Scale with John Kattenhorn


In this episode, Scott chat with John Kattenhorn about the challenges of deploying large systems that involve Internet of Things (IoT) systems. There's a number of technical aspects to large scale IoT deployment as well as technical nuances to deploy a solution at scale with a focus on reliability security and manageability. We also talk about the Wilderness Labs Meadow platform that allows you to ship C# in a microcontroller.


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 March 21, 2024  25m