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 724: Agile Project Management for Families with Yvonne Marcus


Agile and Scrum and Kanban, oh my! What if we take the techniques we've learned from years of project management and apply that to our homes and families? Scott talks with Agile Parent and Home Systems Strategist Yvonne Marcus about how she brought Agile home.


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 2020-02-20  31m
 
 

episode 723: Surviving as a remote tech employee with Jayson J. Phillips


Jayson has been working remotely managing both teams and projects for a number of years. Scott's been remote for over 13 years. They sit down and talk about their favorite best practices as remote employees. What are some "life hacks" that we can use to be effective as remotes?


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 2020-02-13  32m
 
 

episode 722: Saving Blade Runner with ScummVM's Eugene Sandulenko


For years ScummVM has allowed us all to play classic point-and-click adventure games by providing a runtime for the original data files. Most recently the classic "Blade Runner" was rescued after a herculean effort by the ScummVM team and is now available for purchase on GOG.com. Scott talks to Eugene Sandulenko about why ScummVM is NOT an emulator, how it works, and why it's so important.


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 2020-02-06  34m
 
 

episode 721: Building a CPU from Scratch with Ben Eater


Ben Eater is currently creating educational videos for my YouTube channel and exploring ways to maximize human potential through education online. He's recently become well known for creating an 8-bit CPU from scratch as well as a series on building a 6502 computer on a breadboard.


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 2020-01-30  34m
 
 

episode 720: Visualizing Math with Freya Holmér


Freya Holmér makes educational math visualizations, does live game development on Twitch, as well as creates videos and Unity tools! She's been in the games industry for 10 years, working on things like Shader Forge, a node-based shader editor for Unity, and Budget Cuts, a VR stealth game made at Neat Corp. She talks to Scott about her love of math and making math accessible using a number of custom visualization tools.


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 2020-01-23  35m
 
 

episode 719: Myself: It's not weird at all


This episode wasn't supposed to be an episode! I was invited by Jeff Fritz of Twitch fame to talk to his community team of Live Coders on Discord. They recorded it, and mentioned several times that it was useful content! So, why not try something new and make this an episode! Let me know on Twitter if you find my views on community, productivity, and life useful to you!


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 2020-01-16  53m
 
 

episode 718: Dapr Distributed Application Runtime with Azure CTO Mark Russinovich


Dapr is a an event-driven, portable runtime for building microservices on cloud and edge. In this episode Scott talks to Azure CTO Mark Russinovich about what this means and why you should care? What are the responsibilities of a microservice, and what should YOU worry about and what a responsibilities better delegated to an open source project like Dapr?


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 2020-01-09  33m
 
 

episode 717: Brain Science and Programmers with Dr. Mireille Reece


Dr Mireille Reece is the co-host of the ChangeLog podcast Brain Science and in this episode she sits down with Scott to talk about creativity, staying in your flow, mental health, the power of perspective, and how relationships drive the WE in our workplace!


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 2020-01-02  32m
 
 

episode 716: Being a Complete Engineer and Bryan Liles' Rules to Life


Bryan Liles talks about his Rules to Life and how attitude, structure and personal guidelines have enabled Bryan to level up and manage his anxiety. Bryan's also working on a new open source project called Octant that allows you to move effectively manage your Kubernetes infrastructure. All this, plus Goodie Mob!


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 2019-12-26  30m
 
 

episode 715: Modern Infrastructure as Code with Pulumi's Joe Duffy


Pulumi promises two things "Declare cloud infrastructure using real languages, and enable developers and operators to work better together." Scott talks to Joe Duffy about the goals behind Pulumi and how it relates to other attempts over the years. Do we hide the cloud or bring it front and center? Can YOU deploy your apps and infrastructure easily on any cloud?


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 2019-12-19  33m