Code Podcast is about ideas that shape the way we build software. It's like Planet Money for developers.
Each episode we interview people with different views on a single topic. We break down complex ideas to present why and how they are used to build modern software.
Bonus Episode: Richard Bartlett on Decentralised Organising
Show notes: https://codepodcast.com/posts/2018-09-17-richard-bartlett-on-decentralised-organising/
This is the interview we did with Richard, founder of Enspiral, Loomio and The Hum. We got introduced after our episode on peer-to-peer tech was out. We thought it would great to talk about decentralisation in the social context, and that's what Rich has a lot of experience in.
We talk about benefits and challenges of working in an organisation where responsibility, risk and reward are distributed across members. This is not a technical discussion, this is a conversation about how can a group of anarchists work together towards common goal.
Bonus Episode: Mathias Buus on BitTorrent and Dat
Show notes: https://codepodcast.com/posts/2018-08-30-mathias-buus-bittorrent-dat-protocol/
We talk about BitTorrent, Dat, Git and the future of decentralized software.
Bonus Episode: Steve Klabnik on Concurrency and Rust
Show notes: https://codepodcast.com/posts/2018-07-19-steve-klabnik-rust-concurrency/
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This is the unabridged interview with Steve Klabnik that we originally did for the episode on concurrency in Jan 2016. Steve together with Carol Nichols just released a new book "The Rust Programming Language", so we decided to revisit the early stuff :)
Music by @Mid_Air
Like "This American Life" but for software
I've really been enjoying this podcast. The episodes are well done; I went through the first four in a day!
The format is polished and has a unique feel among tech podcasts. Each episode is a deep dive on a topic, consisting of a series of interwoven segments. It alternates between examples and a guest's take on the topic in their own words.