Fri February 1, 2013 at 10:43 AM
Mo and Scott share their thoughts and struggle in this cancer diary they started the day after Mo was diagnosed.Download Here
Wed November 16, 2011 at 6:01 AM
What do you do when you're not staring at your computer screen? What obsession grips you as you drive home? In this episode we ask David Heinemeier Hansson and Pete Brown this very question.Download Here
Thu August 11, 2011 at 11:29 PM
Scott and Rob talk to two techie folks about style and taste - how do you get it? Are you born with it? Does it matter anyway?Download Here
Fri March 4, 2011 at 12:47 AM
In this episode we have our first listener-submission: Rob Sullivan talks about his obsessiveness and how it helps him, and hinders him in his job. Rory Blythe and Scott then talk openly about Rory's compulsion to keep learning - which leads him to, among other things, stop policemen in the street and ask them about take-downs.Download Here
Sat December 4, 2010 at 1:14 AM
In this episode Scott and I talk to technical folks who have moved on up to Management - and what it means to them.
Mark Freedman shares his story about clawing his way out of a successful career as a manager at a rather large, growing company. A good job, lots of respect, and he hates it.
Bertrand LeRoy talks about charting his own path right at Microsoft after graduating with a PhD in Physics and how he maintains a career right down in the middle of manager and coder.
Todd Baesen talks about...
Thu September 2, 2010 at 8:29 PM
In this episode I talk to 2 developers about the fame and how it relates to their career as developers. In the first story I talk to John Sheehan, a developer who's active on Twitter and is establishing himself in the Open Source community.
The second story comes from Scott Hanselman - one of the biggest names (if not *the* biggest) in the Microsoft community.
37 Minutes. Download it here.
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Thu August 26, 2010 at 11:34 PM
This is the very first episode of a little experiment of mine - telling stories about development following in the footsteps (perhaps a little too closely) of my favorite podcast: This American Life.
The first episode is devoted to a bit of darkness: Thoughts on Getting Fired. Thought it would be an interesting topic. why not.
Technical note: had some issues with spiking of the original audio. it's not as high quality as I'd like, but I promise - it will get better.
Download the mp3 here.