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Not just another technical podcast. Shawn Wildermuth brings you his "Hello World" podcast where we learn about how your favorite developers tell their story of how they got started writing software!

The Hello World Podcast Shawn Wildermuth

    • Technology
    • 4.7 • 7 Ratings

Not just another technical podcast. Shawn Wildermuth brings you his "Hello World" podcast where we learn about how your favorite developers tell their story of how they got started writing software!

    Mikayla Hutchinson

    Mikayla Hutchinson

    Mikayla works on .NET at Microsoft. She's been working on .NET developer tools for more than a decade, including Xamarin and Visual Studio for Mac, and is passionate about user experience and inclusivity. In her free time, she enjoys game development, gardening and silversmithing.

    • 23 min
    Martine Dowden

    Martine Dowden

    Focusing on web interfaces that are beautiful, functional, accessible, and usable. Martine Dowden approaches User Experience from both Art and Science, drawing from her degrees in Psychology and Visual Communications. Martine has worked as an artist, educator, and consultant since 2005. She stays active in the industry, teaching developers at a coding academy, attending and speaking at conferences and meetups. In 2015 Martine published a children's book "Programming Languages ABC++", and in 2016 the Workbook Edition sold over 20,000 copies. She then went on to write "Approachable Accessibility: Planning for Success" which was released in June 2019 and "Architecting CSS: The Programmer’s Guide to Effective Stylesheets" to be released in 2020.

    • 27 min
    Episode 90: Stuart Celarier

    Episode 90: Stuart Celarier

    Stuart Celarier is a principal software architect and developer, primarily on Microsoft technologies. He has worked in a wide variety of industries and problem domains as a consultant and employee, as well as teaching and mentoring. He is an eight-time recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for work in services and integration, and was a Microsoft Regional Director for five years. Stuart is also a speaker at regional user groups, he co-directed the Portland Code Camp, and co-chaired the Birds-of-a-Feather track at eight Microsoft conferences. Outside of software, Stuart is a member of the Oregon Mandolin Orchestra and teaches juggling at Reed College.

    • 40 min
    Episode 89: Dylan Beattie

    Episode 89: Dylan Beattie

    Dylan Beattie is a systems architect and software developer. He's been building interactive web applications on the Microsoft stack since the days of Windows NT 4. Today his main interests are HTTP APIs, user experience design, and distributed systems. Dylan lives and works in London and when he's not writing code he plays guitar and writes songs about code.

    • 54 min
    Episode 88: Mads Torgersen

    Episode 88: Mads Torgersen

    Mads is the Program Manager for the C# Language. He maintains the language specification and runs the language design process for C#. Many years ago Mads was a professor, and also contributed to a language starting with J.

    • 35 min
    Episode 87: Scott Hunter

    Episode 87: Scott Hunter

    Scott Hunter works for Microsoft as the Director of Program Management for the .NET team. This team builds the .NET Framework, .NET Core, Managed Languages (C#, F#, VB), .NET Tooling, Web Tooling and the Web and Data frameworks. Before this Scott was the CTO of several startups including Mustang Software and Starbase focusing on a variety of technologies, but programming the Web has always been his real passion. In his spare time he is an avid Hiker and enjoying Formula One racing.

    • 47 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Franie ,

Essential listening for software developers

Shawn is very knowledgeable about our software development industry and a most gracious host. I am thoroughly enjoying each and every episode.
Fantastic job Shawn – please keep this up - there are many interesting developers out there.

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