The world of technology is fascinating! But its not accessible to a lot of people.
In this podcast, Amit Sarkar & Rinat Malik talk about the various technologies, its features, practical applications and a lot more.
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How to start a Podcast
We regularly consume information by reading text, by watching a video or by listening to an audio. But the consumption of content through podcasts (or audio) has increased a lot during the pandemic. People regularly listen to them while driving a car, while running or walking and while doing chores at home. But have you ever wondered what is a podcast? Why are people so crazy about podcasts? And how can you a create one?
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk about how to start a podcast, what tools do you need, where to host your podcast, and a lot more!
There will come a day soon when robots will do most of the mundane tasks on behalf of humans and we will be free of all drudgery. But have you ever wondered how these fascinating machines work? What can they actually do today? Are the robots we see in movies even possible in real life?
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk about Robotics, the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, the different types of robots, their uses, and a lot more.
In current times we are so accustomed to using the internet that we take it for granted. No matter what information you want to find, the internet has your answers. But does the internet work for everyone in the world? Does it work for people with disabilities, mental or physical or cognitive? How do we make the internet user friendly for all types of users?
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk with Eric Bailey, one of the active maintainers on the A11Y project - a community-driven effort to make digital accessibility easier, about accessibility, why is it important, how can people make their websites accessible, and a lot more!
Eric Bailey's Website - https://ericwbailey.design/
Eric Bailey's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ericwbailey
Eric Bailey's Github - https://github.com/ericwbailey
Eric Bailey's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericwbailey
A11Y Project - https://www.a11yproject.com/
A11Y Project's Checklist - https://www.a11yproject.com/checklist/
When Netflix released the Queen's Gambit, it shone a bright light on the chess community and there was a sudden surge of chess players online and also a demand for chess boards on various online shops. In the world of the internet, chess.com has always been on top when it comes to playing chess online. But there is an open source chess server that has a clean interface, doesn't require you to register, there are no ads nor any plugins on the platform, and you can play chess without paying a single penny online. Do you know the name of this chess server?
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk with Thibault Duplessis, the creator of Lichess - a free online chess server second only to chess.com, about how he started Lichess, what are the various features of Lichess, what has he seen with chess games over the years, and a lot more!
Thibault Duplessis's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ornicar
Thibault Duplessis's Github - https://github.com/ornicar
Thibault Duplessis's Lichess profile - https://lichess.org/@/thibault
Lichess homepage - https://lichess.org/
Lichess donation page - https://lichess.org/patron
Rapid Software Testing
Software is everywhere. And good quality software has become very important and sometimes even critical as well. But with rapid progress in development cycle, testers don't often get enough time to test software. What if there is a better way to test software without compromising quality, which is more focused and which can be completed rapidly.
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk with Michael Bolton, co-author (with James Bach) of Rapid Software Testing (RST), about software testing, context driven testing, Rapid Software Testing, and a lot more!
Michael Bolton's Twitter - https://twitter.com/michaelbolton
Michael Bolton's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-bolton-08847/
About RST - https://rapid-software-testing.com/about-rapid-software-testing/
RST Methodology - https://www.satisfice.com/rapid-testing-methodology
RST Courses - https://rapid-software-testing.com/rst-courses/
Do you know which device is the most popular after the PC and the Macintosh? Do you know which device has sold more than 40 million pieces worldwide and costs $35? Do you know which platform runs a 64-bit ARM processor and still consumes less than 15W of power? Do you know which device can control almost anything from a drone to a robot to a doorbell?
In this week's talk, Amit and Rinat talk with Eben Upton, the creator of Raspberry Pi and co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, about Raspberry Pi, how it all started, what you can do with it, about the Raspberry Pi foundation, and a lot more!
Eben Upton's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ebenupton
Eben Upton's LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ebenupton/
Raspberry Pi Foundation - https://www.raspberrypi.org/
Raspberry Pi YouTube - https://youtube.com/raspberrypi
Raspberry Pi Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/raspberrypi/
Raspberry Pi Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/raspberrypi
Raspberry Pi Twitter - https://twitter.com/Raspberry_Pi
Raspberry Pi Projects - https://projects.raspberrypi.org/
Raspberry Pi Donate - https://www.raspberrypi.org/donate/