This week we talked to our good friend, John Potess - a talented developer, sound engineer, and entrepreneur. After getting out of school and working for local agencies, John decided that there must be something better than the stress of the 9-
Welcome to the first episode of 2019 where we sit down with Nina Chantanapumma, a new board member to TechMill and an all-around Denton community person.
We talk to Nina about her career path from corporate IT into graphic design education for
In this episode, Dan and Kyle explore a new podcast platform, Anchor.fm, to record shorter episodes. Then we talk about the acquisition of Magento by Adobe for $1.68 billion, Platform.sh raising money, and Dan rambling about Reactiflux and Disc
We sit down to talk with guests, Dr. Jesse Hamner and Abdulrahman Habib, to discuss how Open Denton is helping to address civic problems with technological solutions.
Kyle gets a new job.
Dan has the same job.
Every bug eventually becomes a feature.
Dan logs into eBay for the first time in a while.
Kyle describes his thought process when buying things online.
An incomplete history of Angular with much hand-w
This week we talked to two cofounders and board members (Jesse and Amanda Harlin) of Techlahoma, a Oklahoma based 501c3 non-profit whose mission is to advance Oklahoma's grassroots technology community. They organize 33 free monthly user groups
This week we talked to freelance designer & Startup Weekend facilitator, Trey Steinhoff, who visited us in Denton all the way from his hometown of Tampa, Florida. As he was here to help run a product development workshop, we talked with Trey ab
On this episode we invited Josh Berthume back to conduct another interview with one of our hosts – this time Kyle Taylor. We learn all about Kyle including his creation story which took him from small Texas town to the go-to person for Denton t
Abdulrahman Habib, or known around TechMill as just Habib, is a Ph.D. student and graduate teacher at the University of North Texas College of Information. We first met Habib during our Open Coffee Club meetups, and he started becoming a regula
Daniel Abasolo, a founding TechMill board member, is more than just a lawyer - he's a space lawyer. And no, he doesn't represent who owns the moon, but he can tell you what you need to do to get a chunk of metal into space. Daniel is no strange
Marshall Culpepper, CEO of KubOS, has been involved in open source since before most of us we're in, uh... college, probably. Learning to program at a young age, we didn't have that much time on the podcast so go find another show he was on and
Juli James never thought playing 80 hours of Zelda would turn into a bullet point on her resume. With a background in journalism, Juli treaded a decision to either focus on her journalism career or going into academics. Of course, then her and
Step Aument said he was never going back to into software, until he did, then didn't, then somehow ended up back here again. We talk with Step about his love affection with Denton, and his battered relationship with Java, and how Ruby helped me
After hosting our own event for International Open Data Day (March 4, 2017) with the City of Denton and the University of North Texas Libraries, we brought on some of our expert friends to talk about the role of open data, how we can use it for
This week on the TechMill Podcast, we interviewed our own co-host, David Brunow, with the help of our good friend from Swash Labs, Josh Berthume.
David's story is one of struggles and triumphs from a naive teenager to an experienced software c
When you're starting a company, you don't always know what you are or what you need. Are you a startup planning to raise capital and looking for an exit? Or are you a small business that's developing a workforce for a long game scenario. In thi
Heather Steele is the owner and Chief Marketing Officer of Blue Steele Solutions, a marketing and development agency right here in Denton. We talked about her journey from starting off as a technical writer and transitioning into marketing, sta
For our first episode of 2017, we interviewed our good friend Dave Sims, the current CTO of Kubos (a favorite satellite startup in Denton). Dave also has a diverse history of writing software ranging from all types of industries including educa
For the last podcast of the year, we talk about our favorite TechMill and community highlights of the year and what we’re looking forward to in 2017.
Kyle’s highlight list
* TechMill workshop series
* Open Denton / Open Data in Denton.
This week we met with Josh Berthume, co-founder of all-media agency here in Denton, Swash Labs, and chatted about advertising, helping brands find a voice, and turning eventual destruction into fuel for your passion.
We sat down with Jacob Scott Moses, a technical writer working remote for Rainmaker Digital out of Colorado, and talked about writing, podcasting, urban planning, and contributing to your community.
The Not Boring Tech Writer Podca
Our guest this week is Danielle Gaither, a PhD candidate at the University of North Texas in computer science. Danielle, a regular in the TechMill community, is a freelance copywriter, photographer, and developer who is constantly engaged with
Randi Skinner, Project Manager @ Blue Steele Solutions
This week we're talking with a local marketing guru and community service advocate, Randi Skinner!
Randi's Recommendations: You Too Can Be a Guru (http://bridgetwillard.com/b
Dan went from being a creative w