Matt and Mike, two career developers, discuss their experiences and talk about programming in a (hopefully) not-too-technical way.
Hacking the Grepson 055: ImprovDev - Teams and Trust
It's time for another installment of ImprovDev, the first since the, uh, only other one thus far! Matt explains the importance of trust when working with a team, and Mike listens and nods sagely while occasionally interjecting other, related words.
Hacking the Grepson 054: Web Accessibility
It's important to make software as accessible as possible, because diversity of experience is valuable. The web is a gigantic system of communication in our society, and on this episode Matt and Mike discuss some ways you can make it more accessible and inclusive.
* WCAG Standard
* Inclusive Microsoft Design
Hacking the Grepson 053: Tech Interviews, Part Deux
Matt and Mike share more insight into the sometimes complex world of technical interviews. We also thoroughly discuss a timely new potential interview question.
Hacking the Grepson 052: Slay the Spire
Matt and Mike attempt to break down the roguelike deckbuilder known as Slay the Spire into its component game development parts.
Hacking the Grepson 051: Hacking the Grepson Check-In
It's been a while since we started this podcast. Let's do a check-in.
Hacking the Grepson 050: Hackers
For our 50th episode, Matt and Mike finally discuss the movie, and its iconic quip "Hack the Gibson", that inspired this whole podcast business. Yes, we jack into cyberspace and get psychedelic by giving our thoughts on the mid-90s sci-fi film, Hackers.
The other Hacking the Gibson
Hey, you might notice that there's another Hacking the Gibson Podcast on iTunes now. We've beeen working on ours for a while but technical issues and procrastination slowed us down. The last I chacked (October?) everything as clear. I didn't realize that your podcast existed until I searched for ours after we published. I was hoping we could work something out, please DM @hackingthegibs1 on Twitter - I just couldn't find another way to contact you.