Scott Hanselman is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland, Oregon. He is the host of Hanselminutes Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring Scott Hanselman
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!http://Livecoders.devhttp://Github.com/livecoders
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?https://dapr.io/
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!
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?https://www.pulumi.com
Building a culture of accessibility from step zero with Ayesha Mazumdar
Ayesha Mazumdar is a Senior UX Engineer at Optimizely and works to enable everyone to access the web no matter their ability. How does one build a culture at their company that values accessibility from the beginning? Where does a11y factor in when creating design systems, and later component libraries. How much ARIA is enough...or too much?Fable and Access Works both let you test your applications with people with disabilitiesCordelia Dillon's Accessibility Bake Off talkAn example of W3's Keyboard Interaction guidelines (link is specifically for Listbox)Ayesha's ReactBoston Scaling Accessibility video and slides
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Location
Oregon, USA
Episode Count
548
Podcast Count
9
Total Airtime
1 week, 5 days