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12 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
#6: Coding for Politics with Joshua Kravitz
In this episode on Coding in the Wild, we interview Joshua Kravitz, a recent Deputy Data Director for the Jon Ossoff U.S. Senate Campaign in Georgia. Joshua talks about how he uses programming in the political world. From creating phone banks for volunteers across 25 different languages to analyzing post-election data, Joshua shares that coding is extremely valuable to manage data and share insights throughout the campaign trail.
27 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
#5: Coding for Sustainability and Equity with Arno & Floor
In this episode of Coding in the Wild, we interview Floor & Arno from the Netherlands! Floor Drees is a Developer Relations Manager at Microsoft, and Arno Fleming is a Tech Lead at The Next Closet, a sustainable marketplace for second hand designer fashion. Together they co-organize the Ruby Community in the Netherlands. Tune in as we discuss their love for the Ruby Community, English as a universal language for coders, and building inclusive communities in the programing world. Free web development for beginners course by Microsoft (mentioned by Floor): https://aka.ms/webdev-beginners
21 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
#4: Coding to Equalize Workforce Opportunities with Dr. Sreyoshi Bhaduri
18 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
#3: Coding in Interactive Art with John Henry Thompson
In this episode on Coding in the Wild, we interview John Henry Thompson, an app developer and computer science and creative learning teacher, about his interest in both technology and art. John's most recent project is DiCE, an open source platform for exploring art, learning, and computer science. "I want to make it easy for people to use the computer as an expressive instrument, and to inspire people to learn about themselves and the world." - John Henry Thompson
22 minutes | Feb 7, 2020
#2: Coding in Open Source with Feross Aboukhadijeh
In this episode on Coding in Open Source, we interview Feross Aboukhadijeh about his innovative projects and experience with open source software. Feross is an entrepreneur, programmer, open source author, and mad scientist who will tell you, "It's possible to make a profit and share your code with the world!"
20 minutes | Nov 15, 2019
#1: Coding in Law with Adam Adler
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