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      episode 628: A history of the Windows 95 Start Button and User Research at Microsoft with Kent Sullivan and Derek Hoiem


      Kent Sullivan and Derek Hoiem were some of the original hires at the User Research Labs at Microsoft. The worked on the exploratory user research that produced the taskbar and Start menu, as well as the iterative research that helped nail down the details. How did the Start Menu and Start Button come to be?


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      episode 627: Inside the world of Star Trek's Visual and Practical Effects with Dan Curry


      Dan Curry was a Visual Effects Supervisor, Visual Effects Producer, Second Unit Director, Director and Main Title Designer for Star Trek’s Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise and Next Generation series. He spent 18 years doing Star Trek and pioneering visual and practical effects. On this episode he talks to Scott about his time and inspiration for a number of the props you've seen in the show you love! Even better, some of his collection is being auctioned on April 15th, 2018.


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      episode 626: Christine Spang's Open Source Journey from Teen OSS Contributor to CTO of Nylas


      Christine Spang started her tech journey contributing to Debian while still a teenager. She went on to MIT, then worked on Ksplice, helping the Linux kernel stay up-to-date without rebooting. From there working as a Principal Developer at Oracle, Christine when on to co-found Nylas where she's currently the CTO. Scott talks to Christine about her experience, her thoughts on going from Dev to CTO, leading teams, and their product suite at Nylas.


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      episode 625: A new Sega Megadrive/Genesis Game in 2018 with 1995 Tools with Tanglewood's Matt Phillips


      Matt Phillips didn't just creating a brand-new Sega Megadrive/Genesis Game in 2018 called Tanglewood. He did it using the original dev kit, computers, and software from 1995. You can experience Tanglewood today and buy it with a proper cartridge, box, and manual!


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      episode 624: F# and the functional SAFE Stack with Krzysztof Cieślak


      Scott digs into the SAFE Stack with Krzysztof Cielak. SAFE is an end-to-end, functional-first stack for cloud-ready web development that emphasizes type-safe programming. Is this your next programming paradigm?


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      episode 623: Demystifying Serverless with Cecil Phillip


      Scott talks to Cecil Phillip about how cloud architecture is changing everything. But what's IaaS, PaaS, then FaaS, and now serverless? How will being billed for usage affect software architecture?


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      episode 622: Type to the world in your language with Keyman and Marc Durdin


      Marc Durdin has been working on the same open source project more or less since he was 14! Today Keyman is a thriving open source project that supports over 1000 languages and works on Windows, Mac, Phones, and the Web!


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       2018-03-09  32m
       
       

      Type to the world in your language with Keyman and Marc Durdin


      Marc Durdin has been working on the same open source project more or less since he was 14! Today Keyman is a thriving open source project that supports over 1000 languages and works on Windows, Mac, Phones, and the Web!


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      episode 621: Developing Online Identity with Sarah Squire


      Sarah Squire is a Senior Technical Architect at Ping Identity. So much has happened since "Identity 2.0" so Sarah catches Scott up to date. OpenID, OAuth and beyond, what's new and what direction is the web heading?


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       2018-03-03  30m
       
       

      Developing Online Identity with Sarah Squire


      Sarah Squire is a Senior Technical Architect at Ping Identity. So much has happened since "Identity 2.0" so Sarah catches Scott up to date. OpenID, OAuth and beyond, what's new and what direction is the web heading?


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       2018-03-02  30m