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In this episode I speak with Quinn Slack of Sourcegraph about the universal code search tool. Also features news on AmigaOS, awesome repos for developers, the truths of lockdown, meetup spins out of WeWork, and early internet streamers. https://about.sourcegraph.com https://chrischinchilla.com
 
In this episode I speak with Peter Suma of Applied Brain Research about Nengo, a complete brain maker that allows you to develop and run models with deep learning, online learning, static weights, simple linear neurons, complex spiking neurons, and everything in-between. Also features content covering tools for working from home, two player games, …
 
In this episode I speak with Nick Millward of mGage about the past present and future of mobile engagement, especially RCS. I also cover the history of the URL, teaching an AI to play D&D, how to work from home, why Discord is bad, Brave is good, and so much more. mGage chrischinchilla.com
 
In this episode I speak with Laszlo Toth, Nikolai Astrup, and Dr. Suncheol Gweon from the recent 5GTechritory about the current state, and future promise of 5G. Also in this episode, the Y2K panic, incentivising BitTorrent, Monopoly, tech sexism, and so much more. https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts https://chrischinchilla.com/contact/…
 
In this episode I speak with Martin Mao of Chronosphere about the massive scale monitoring platform. I also cover fixing the internet, fixing air conditioning, the problem with calculators, switching from macOS to Linux, the death of Lil Bub and more! facebook.com/chrischinchilla twitter.com/ChrisChinch chrischinchilla.com…
 
In this episode I speak with Raj Dutt of Grafana. I also cover the rise of the Brave browser, keep an eye on Softbank, question Apple's design, look at the new tabletop game, Tapestry, investigate the issues with coworking, and much more! facebook.com/chrischinchilla twitter.com/chrischinch chrischichilla.com/podcasts…
 
Fresh back from Tekom's TCWorld event, Chris covers the difference between different types of tech writers, fantasy maps, running D&D campaigns with inconsistent players, is dark mode a myth, and why do so many cultures think Greek is so complicated? Questions: Would you watch live documenting / tech writing? Have you ever run a West marches campai…
 
In this episode I speak with David Nalley of the Apache Software Foundation about their roles in the projects they work with. Also features how an Australian floating hotel ended up in North Korea, D&D with sign language, long distance flights, and Happy birthday UNIX. https://www.facebook.com/chrischinchilla https://chrischinchilla.com/…
 
In this episode I speak with Commissioner Goldstein of the Vermont State Government about the policy of paying remote workers to relocate to the state. I also cover Docker, the tech backlash against ICE, the Boeing 737 Max, and Thomas Jefferson's Bible… https://facebook.com/chrischinchilla https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts Transcript (New, very …
 
In this episode I speak with Davit Baghdasaryan of Krisp.ai about their small Windows, macOS and (soon) iOS application that removes background noise from online conversations. Also features news on Huawei's new OS, the history of Ctrl+Alt+del, moderating hacker news and more. https://krisp.ai https://chrischinchilla.com https://facebook.com/chrisc…
 
In this episode I speak with Réda Berrehili of the Ki Foundation about their plans to put blockchain-powered assistants into hotel rooms. I also cover the Linux desktop wars are over, the Nintendo power glove, and those pesky under water cables giving us all the internet we need (most of the time). https://chrischinchilla.com/ https://twitter.com/C…
 
In this first episode of The Enthusiastic amateur I speak with Sinclair Target of the two-bit history blog telling you some of what you need to know about computing history. We discuss: The Rise and Demise of RSS What Did Ada Lovelace's Program Actually Do? Whatever Happened to the Semantic Web? Micro Men And so much more. Enjoy! If you enjoy the s…
 
In this episode I speak with Jean Georges Perrin about his forthcoming book "Spark in Action", where we cover Apache Spark, writing books, and why many are wrong about IBM. I also cover Twine, Open Source and Alexa and the UK's health service. https://www.manning.com/books/spark-in-action-second-edition Discount code for any Manning books for you a…
 
I speak with Marco Palladino of Kong about their API gateway, microservice mesh and smart docs generation. Also features content on North Korea, increased sobriety, Sugar and Vegetarian tech events. And I announce how you can get involved in my new show, "The Enthusiastic Amateur". https://konghq.com/kong/ https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts/…
 
In this episode I speak with Ian Fogg of OpenSignal about our current 4G network, and the future 5G one. Also featured is D&D for product teams, educating on the history of the British Empire, Visual Basic, Project Catalyst, Libra, escaping the smart city and more! https://chrischinchilla.com/podcasts https://chrischinchilla.com/newsletters…
 
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