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Enjoy sessions from past events like Code Media and the renowned Code Conference, along with other interviews hosted by Recode journalists. Featured episodes include candid conversations with comedian Chelsea Handler, entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban, Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel, former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
 
Wynn Free is a Talk Show Host, Author, Physician, Researcher, Scholar, Songwriter, Poet, Contactee of the Elohim and Spiritual New Age Speaker. Wynn Free is also the principle author of the international best seller - The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? with David Wilcock. Wynn Free had the unusual experience of having a voice talk to him via two women with whom he had personal involvements. This voice said they were the original Creators of the physical universe. This is our "Sunday Grid Heal ...
 
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There's a lot going on. Technology, grading, policy, planning, DeVos, grading, iPads, conferences, grading, Trump, classroom management, grading, curriculum, special needs, and did we say grading? - we get it. OnEducation is here to help. We have honest conversations about teachers, teaching, and everything in between. It's time we talked, and we're hoping you will join the conversation. Meet Mike and Glen. We're educators. We've been everywhere you've been. Mike is Canadian, Glen is America ...
 
Big announcements, conferences, the hallway track. We’re in the trenches having awesome conversations with real people from the community. This show features conversations from technology and software development events such as O’Reilly’s OSCON, All Things Open, Node Interactive (covering the Future of Node.js and JavaScript), and more. Hosts Adam Stacoviak and Jerod Santo talk to software engineers, keynote speakers, industry experts, and passionate attendees about open source, software ind ...
 
Past speeches and talks from the Black Hat Briefings computer security conferences. Black Hat Briefings Europe was held March 27-30 at the Moevenpick Amsterdam Centre Hotel. Twdays, four different tracks. Roger Cumming, Head of Device Delivery and Knowledge at CPNI (Center for the Protection of National Infrastructure), spoke on "How can the Security Researcher Community Work Better for the Common Good." A post convention wrap up can be found at http://www.blackhat.com/html/bh-europe-07/bh-e ...
 
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Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss whether the new paid Twitter is worth the cost, how states are moving to limit how teachers can discuss race in their classrooms, and our guest this week is educator and co-founder of Together for Justice, Keturah Proctor. Guest: Keturah Proctor Our guest is a 6th grade Math and E…
 
This week, the crew talks about passwords. Web applications store a great deal of sensitive information. But, there is something categorically different about storing passwords. Because—if compromised—a password from one application may grant a malicious actor access to another application. As such, it is essential that we store our customers' pass…
 
There's no one reason that companies move away from or onto a technology stack. Sometimes a given technology is no longer actively updated; sometimes the pool of developers that uses a technology shrinks, making it hard to hire new engineers or find community support; sometimes people just like the new hawtness; sometimes licensing costs become pro…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen debate whether we should pay our student teachers, whether a large portion of teachers work second jobs during the summer and our guest this week is a rapper and educator Chad Harper. Guest: Chad Harper Our guest, known by stage name The Brooklyn Globetrotter, is an American rapper, songw…
 
We all love the Hollywood portrayal of the "brilliant programmer" who can step in and just crush it at a moment's notice. We've probably all fantasized about being that programmer. But, that's not how people work. And it's not how teams work. Highly effective developers don't just "crush it" - they cultivate good habits that they then apply consist…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen dive into student reflections on pandemic learning, debate whether TikTok delivers better quality content than most school based experiences, why teacher unions are in support of fully opening schools next fall and our guest this week is educator and president of YV educational resources …
 
This week, the crew meets to finish their review of Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by Robert Martin (aka, "Uncle Bob"). This book is filled with so much thought-provoking information that it took us two episodes to get through it! And, while some of the practices in the book didn't quite connect with the programming language…
 
This week, the crew talks about Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by Robert Martin (aka, "Uncle Bob"). Recommended to us by friend-of-the-show Adam Cameron, this book outlines a series of "best practices" that programmers can use in order to create applications that are easy to understand and easy to maintain. Just imagine if a…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss how summer school has become a big business this year, whether “teaching to the test” is a silly phrase and our guest this week is educator and researcher Sherry Jones. Guest: Sherry Jones Our guest is a philosophy and game studies subject matter expert and instructor at Rocky Mou…
 
This week, the crew responds to questions shared by our wonderful, wonderful audience! Nathan Strutz - who called the Working Code Hotline - shares his exciting journey into feature flags; Ryan Mueller wants to compare and contrast Kanban and Scrum style project management; and, LD2 covers the gamut with questions regarding staying-up on new techno…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss what our Least favorite education words are, whether we believe it's important to get out and experience the world, keeping our kids safe while using EdTech and our guest this week is educator and author Kristen Mattson. Guest: Kristen Mattson Dr. Kristen Mattson is a wife, mother…
 
At Carol's company, Support emails are sorted, labeled, and processed using a manual - and very expensive - workflow that won't be able to scale with the increasing demand. As such, Carol is looking to build a robust auto-reply system on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using machine learning (ML). At least, that's the long-term goal. In the near-term, sh…
 
Adam Tuttle first came into contact with makefiles (pronounced "make files") back in high school when compiling code. But, at the time, he didn't really understand what they were or how they worked - he was just a consumer. And, after high school, years went by in which he never gave makefiles a second thought. That is, until, one fateful conversat…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss how test publishers are making a huge profit from supposed “learning loss”, take a dive into the proposed curriculum in Alberta and our two guests this week are educators and authors Jared Cooney Horwath & David Bott. Guest: Jared Cooney Horwath & David Bott Jared Cooney Horvath i…
 
For Ben and his team, few things have fundamentally changed the product development life-cycle as much as LaunchDarkly, a feature flag management platform. Feature flags allow software engineers to separate the "deployment" of code from the "releasing" of code. Which means safer deployments; instantaneous roll-backs; smaller Pull Requests (PRs); in…
 
This week, the crew talks about "premature optimization". As Ben explained it to his wife, this is when you "solve problems that you don't have yet". But, what kind of problems are we talking about? Missing features? Missing methodologies? Missing performance characteristics? It seems that every aspect of the development life-cycle offers up potent…
 
This week, the crew sits down to talk about interviewing, both from the side of the interviewer and from the side of interviewee. What are we looking for? What are the red flags? What kinds of questions should we be asking? Are we putting too much faith in the sanctity of the interview process? And, why the heck does Zappos offer to pay you $2,000 …
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss how teaching and politics are connected, why you shouldn’t use your advanced degree as a way to begin a social media tweet, and our guest this week is Educator and Author Josh Caldwell. Guest: Josh Caldwell Josh Caldwell develops tools and instructional materials to help bring the…
 
This week, we're trying something new: each host has brought with them a topic for the crew to discuss. Topics range from considerations about data-context; what does and does not make for a good manager; code that we're proud to have written; and, what it looks like when a team develops a strong bias for action. One particularly thought-provoking …
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen debate our least favorite Educational Jargon, discuss why women representation in University esports is still very low and our guest this week is Educator and Author Jaime Donally. Guest: Jaime Donally Our guest has spent more than a decade at the classroom and district levels thinking ab…
 
Ben has "feelings" about many aspects of web application development. And, after working with git and GitHub for the last 10-years, he's formed a lot of strong opinions - oftentimes strongly held - about how Pull Requests (PRs) should be created and managed within a team context. For example: Code completed is more important than code being written…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss whether Educators should join the new social media app clubhouse, debate whether teaching is still an appealing profession, give you some news about an EPIC educational partnership and our guest this week is Educator and Author Heidi Williams. Guest: Heidi Williams Our guest is a …
 
A friend of Ben's once said, "If you hate your job, you'll spend 5-7ths of your life waiting for the weekend." This is a dark way to think about existence. And, to address the flip-side of that coin, Mingo Hagen suggested that we talk about the phrase, "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life." This is a significantly more optimis…
 
Friends, we have an awesome pod for you today! Mike and Glen discuss whether our jobs as teachers have improved over our careers, Teachers pay Teachers has a new platform (ugh) and our guest this week is educator and author Kristin Harrington. Guest: Kristin Harrington Our guest is an Edtech coach in Florida and was the recipient of the ISTE Edtech…
 
Many programming languages have a sense of idiomatic code: the "blessed way" to solve a particular set of problems with a language's native constructs. These patterns exist to help people work more effectively together; and, to help new developers adapt to the language. But, unfortunately, the expression of idiomatic code in some communities shifts…
 
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