Hanselminutes - Fresh Talk and Tech for Developers

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Hanselminutes is Fresh Air for Developers. A weekly commute-time podcast that promotes fresh technology and fresh voices.

Scott talks to Holly Griffith, former Space Shuttle Flight Controller and now International Space Station worker bee. Holly is an engineer who has worked in and around space and aerospace for her entire career. Holly and Scott talk space, engineering, fuel cells and Scott tries to keep up. <img ...
Scott sits down with infrastructure engineer Matt Hawley to find out how the CodePlex team implemented the Git distributed source control system. CodePlex now supports TFS, Mercurial and Git as choices for source.
Richard joins Scott for another thrilling episode of whatever is on Richard's mind! We talk privacy policies, location apps, Facebook, and much more!
Almost two years after our most popular show, Scott's Wife Mo is back! How does one manage a mixed (geek/normal) marriage? Can Scott and Mo agree on the fundamental laws of physics? Check out part one also: http://hanselminutes.com/216 <img border="0" ismap="true" src="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/iAXbTBP0jMMYyh1byLFWxSpjS14/1/di" ...
Scott sits down with ImageResizing.net author and ASP.NET scalability expert Nathanael Jones. Nathanael educates Scott on the good and bad about manipulating images in .NET. They talk about when to stay out of the managed pipeline and when not to. When do you use ASP.NET and when do you use ...
Scott talks to former Microsoftie and new GitHubber Phil Haack about his opinions on the ASP.NET MVC open source announcement. We have lots of fun and eventually the conversation devolves into phone hacking.
Richard Minerich and Phillip Trelford run popular F# users groups and work with F# every day. They take this opportunity to educate Scott on powers of F# and it's place in the .NET ecosystem. Are you missing out by not using F# in your .NET projects today? <img border="0" ...
Scott talks to Rob Walling about how he purchases small niche products and companies online and revitalizes them. He recently purchased an existing product that consisted of a 300 gig database and tens of thousands of lines of Classic ASP. How did he know it was valuable? What's next? <a ...
Alan Mendelevich has created a successful Windows Phone advertising network with just one employee. He's done it from home in Lithuania, a country that doesn't even sell the Windows Phone. How does the introduction of the cloud change how startups operate? Does it even the playing field? <img border="0" ...
Scott talks to Software Craftsman Corey Haines about his adventures pairing with developers all over the world. What has he learned and what can we learn from him? He also has created Code Retreats where you can develop your skills and passion for better code. <img border="0" ismap="true" src="http://feedads.g.doubleclick.net/~a/TZzUCvlXB6ZWMqn82nCcF0TvEqU/0/di" ...
Scott chats with Curtiss Pope, the CEO of AisleFinder. AisleFinder is Google Maps for your Supermarket. Want to know what aisle something is in? What's the quickest way for you to get your weekly groceries? AisleFinder even has an Open Source API for you to call. Curtiss tells his startup ...
Scott is in New Zealand this week speaking at Webstock and spoke to the 2011 Arthur C. Clarke award winning author of "Zoo City," Lauren Beukes. What's her process? How does she keep it all straight and how do you know when to stop? Lauren shares how she works, how ...
Scott chats with John Sonmez who creates courseware and screencasts to teach both Monotouch and Mono for Android. Is C# on every mobile device a dream come true? What kind of abstractions are included and what benefits do they offer you? <img ...
Peter Mourfield is an HTML and JavaScript programmer who wanted to create a mobile application for Scouts to use on their phones but he didn't want to learn Java or Objective-C. Let's see how he built an app with HTML5, JavaScript and PhoneGap. ...
Scott sits down with Kimberly Bryant, a Biotechnology/Engineering professional and also the founder of BlackGirlsCode. Do we need more diversity in technology? Why? Are kids getting exposed to engineering as an option, and if not, why not? <img ...
"It's amazing how much you don't know when you have to explain something to someone else." Scott sits down with Jon Skeet at CodeMash and talks about being a phony, getting through interviews and why we do what we do. <img border="0" ...
Zach Owens is a traveler. For the last year he's been living and working in China. While he's there he's taking Chinese classes and immersing himself in the culture. When does language learning become language fluency? <img height="1" ...
Demis Bellot has put together an open source .NET and Mono REST Web Services framework called Service Stack. It's effectively a WCF replacement for some kinds of webservices. There's no XML and no code-generation. Why do frameworks like this exist and what kinds of things did Demis take into consideration ...
It's the last show of the year, why not enjoy it with a chat with Richard Campbell! We talk tablets, economics, Christmas, and less. Always a treat to talk to Richard and ring out the year. <img height="1" ...
Kendo UI is a Web, Mobile and Data Visualization framework that's all HTML5,JS and CSS from Telerik. It's under a open source dual-license. Scott talks to Todd from Telerik about the thinking behind Kendo. Why not jQuery Mobile? How open source is it? Where does Todd see this framework going? ...