14 episodes

Coding Your Future is a guidebook to help students design, build, test and code their futures in computing. This accompanying podcast, Hearing Your Future, interviews current and former students of computer science. What’s their story? How did they get to where they are? What obstacles have they faced and how did they overcome them? Where are they going next? What advice would they offer their former selves and fellow students?

Find out how they are coding their future.

Hearing your Future: The Coding your Future podcast Duncan Hull

    • Education

Coding Your Future is a guidebook to help students design, build, test and code their futures in computing. This accompanying podcast, Hearing Your Future, interviews current and former students of computer science. What’s their story? How did they get to where they are? What obstacles have they faced and how did they overcome them? Where are they going next? What advice would they offer their former selves and fellow students?

Find out how they are coding their future.

    13: Steve Furber on Cambridge, Acorn Computers and the University of Manchester

    13: Steve Furber on Cambridge, Acorn Computers and the University of Manchester

    Meet Steve Furber. Steve graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 1974, followed by a PhD in aerodynamics in 1980 and a Master of Mathematics (MMath) belatedly awarded in 2010. After ten years working at Acorn Computers on the BBC Micro and its successor the ARM1, he was appointed Professor at the University of Manchester in 1990, where he led a variety of research projects over 33 years culminating in the arm-powered SpiNNaker project. As of 2023, there are more than 250 billion arm designed chips on the planet, 30 for every person currently alive. Each of these chips uses the same basic Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) architecture pioneed in the ARM1. After a long and distinguished career, Steve retired in September 2023, when this episode was recorded. https://www.cdyf.me/steve

    • 1 hr 28 min
    12: Amish Shah on Imago, Bloomberg and Palantir Technologies

    12: Amish Shah on Imago, Bloomberg and Palantir Technologies

    Meet Amish Shah. Amish graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with Industrial Experience in 2023 when this episode was first recorded. Amish did a summer internship at imago.cs.manchester.ac.uk and a year-long placement at Bloomberg L.P. before accepting a graduate job offer at Palantir Technologies.

    See more at www.cdyf.me/amish

    • 31 min
    11. Pedro Sousa on Nomura, Amazon Web Services and Recursive AI

    11. Pedro Sousa on Nomura, Amazon Web Services and Recursive AI

    Meet Pedro Sousa, he studied a BSc in Computer Science with Mathematics with internships and placements at Nomura,  Amazon Web Services and a tech startup in Tokyo: recursiveai.co.jp.

    Find out more in the full transcript and show notes at www.cdyf.me/pedro

    • 50 min
    10: Nadine Abdelhalim on Imago and Arm

    10: Nadine Abdelhalim on Imago and Arm

    Meet Nadine Abdelhalim, she studied a BSc in Computer Science with internships at Imago Software imago.cs.manchester.ac.uk and ARM.com

    Find out more in the full transcript and show notes at www.cdyf.me/nadine

    • 42 min
    9: Ingy Abdelhalim on IN3, Imago and McKinsey

    9: Ingy Abdelhalim on IN3, Imago and McKinsey

    Meet Ingy Abdelhalim, she studied a BSc in Computer Science with internships at IN3, Imago Software imago.cs.manchester.ac.uk and mckinsey.com

    Find out more in the full transcript and show notes at www.cdyf.me/ingy

    • 54 min
    8: Ivaylo (Ivo) Iliev on Amazon Web Services

    8: Ivaylo (Ivo) Iliev on Amazon Web Services

    Meet Ivaylo (Ivo) Iliev, he studied a BSc in Computer Science and spent a summer interning at Amazon Web Services (AWS) aws.amazon.com in London.

    Find out more in the full transcript and show notes at www.cdyf.me/ivo

    • 52 min

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