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Code for Thought

Welcome to Code for Thought, the community podcast for research software engineers and researchers who code.  Languages: English, German

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[EN] The Turing Way Part 2: From Handbook to Community
Send us a Text Message.In the second part episode on the Turing Way, I meet with contributors like Patricia Herterich and Sarah Gibson - who were part of the original team - as well as Malvika Sharan and Anne Steele who joined later.Through these conversations I hope to show how the Turing Way transitioned from being an online guide for reproducibility and open science to a thriving community with members across the globe. https://book.the-turing-way.org/index.html the home page of the Turing Wayhttps://edsbook.org/welcome.html The environmental data science book https://nasa.github.io/Transform-to-Open-Science/ NASA's Transform to Open Science project home pagehttps://adriennemareebrown.net/book/emergent-strategy/ Emergent Strategy a book by Adrienne Brownhttps://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctt5hhdf6 Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice https://www.jofreeman.com/joreen/tyranny.htm Jo Freeman's article on Tyranny of Structurelessnesshttps://mybinder.org Binder project homepagehttps://jupyter.org Jupyter project homepagehttps://2i2c.org 2i2c homepageI would like to thank the Turing Way and the Alan Turing Institute in the UK for their patience, time and kind support. Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
41:35 7/8/24
[EN] CERN: Keeping the lights on with OpenStack and Kubernetes - Spyridon Trigazis
Send us a Text Message.CERN, the European Nuclear Research Centre, is celebrating its 70th birthday in 2024 and I want to give you a glimpse of the kind of work that happens there. Meet Spyridon Trigazis, who will take us through CERN's infrastructure and how they use OpenStack and Kubernetes to "keep the lights" on. https://home.cern/ CERN homepage https://www.openstack.org OpenStackhttps://kubernetes.io Kuberneteshttps://inspirehep.net/authors/1907786 A selection of the work Spyridon has been involved withhttps://alumni.cern The CERN alumni networkhttps://home.cern/summer-student-programme the summer student programme. Applications for 2024 are closed now, but I am sure there will be another on in '25Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
34:51 7/1/24
[EN] ByteSized RSE: Python Packaging - Liam Pattinson, Laszlo Sranger
Send us a Text Message.In this last ByteSized RSE episode of this season, we talk about an important subject for Python engineers: Packaging. With my guests Liam Pattinson from York University (UK) and Laszlo Sranger from Hypergolic, we go through the standard Python tools as well as  package managers such as Poetry.Links:https://packaging.python.org/en/latest/ Python packaging guidehttps://pypi.org The PyPI Indexhttps://test.pypi.org Test PyPI - publish your package there first https://peps.python.org The site for Python Enhancement Proposals (PEP)https://python-poetry.org Poetry managerhttps://www.anaconda.com The home page for Anaconda https://toml.io/en/ What is a TOML filehttps://the-hitchhikers-guide-to-packaging.readthedocs.io/en/latest/history.html a bit of packaging historyhttps://www.cpan.orgThanks to the Universe-HPC program for supporting the ByteSized RSE series.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
32:26 6/26/24
[DE] Klima, Modelle und das natESM Projekt - Iris Ehlert, Hendryk Bockelmann
Send us a Text Message.In dieser letzten Folge vor den Sommerferien treffe ich mich mit Dr Iris Ehlert und Dr Hendryk Bockelmann, um mit ihnen über ihre Arbeit am natESM (nationale Erdmodellierungs Systeme) zu sprechen. Hier ein paar Linkshttps://www.nat-esm.de/ Home page vom natESMhttps://www.nat-esm.de/services/support-through-sprints Der Sprintprozess beim natESM Projekthttps://www.dkrz.de/de das Deutsche Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ)https://www.nat-esm.de/who-we-are/governance/white_paper_natesm_strategy_v2.pdf Das White Paper für die natESM Strategyhttps://www.nat-esm.de/news/newsection/240517_newsletter_-5.pdf Der Newsletter vom Max 2024https://www.fz-juelich.de/de das Forschungszentrum in Jülich das mit dem DKRZ an dem Projekt zusammen arbeitet.Es geht dann im September mit einer neuen Serie am letzten Dienstag im Monat weiter. Euch ein paar schöne Ferien.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
32:00 6/24/24
[EN] Research Software Engineering Workshop at ISC 2024 in Hamburg
Send us a Text Message.The International Conference of Supercomputing, ISC, met in Hamburg (Germany) between 12-16 May 2024. For the first time, a workshop on Research Software Engineering was held there. And I talk to some of the organisers, Stefanie Reuter and Matt Archer and presenters, Eleanor Broadway and Samantha Wittke, how it all went. https://www.rse-hpc.org/program/ The program for the workshophttps://www.isc-hpc.com The home page of ISC 2024Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
28:33 6/17/24
[EN] A National Day for Research Software - the eScience Center
Send us a Text Message.What a fun day that was: the National Research Software Day in Hilversum on 23 April 2024. It was organised by the eScience Center in the Netherlands and in the course of this episode you will hear from one of the organisers, Lieke, a keynote speaker - Jenny Bryan, members of a panel discussions on research infrastructure.But also from 4 artists - because the organisers added an art exhibition to the one day conference. The sound samples you can hear in the episode are from one of the artists Christian Schwarz.https://www.esciencecenter.nl/national-research-software-day-2024/ The conference home pagehttps://www.beeldengeluid.nl The home page of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Visionhttps://jennybryan.org Jenny Bryan's home page - keynote speakerhttps://www.ru.nl/en/people/kievit-r-a Rogier Kievit - keynote speakerhttps://ilar.xyz Christian Schwarz - artist https://soundcloud.com/ilarxyz Christian on Soundcloudhttps://xingkuangyi.com Kuangyi Xing - artisthttps://www.eusebijucgla.com/collaborations/hyperview-barcelona Eusebio Jucgla - artisthttps://guidovanderkooij.nl Guido van der Kooij - artistSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
37:26 6/10/24
[EN] ByteSized RSE: Make Science and Software FAIR (again) - Jamie Quinn
Send us a Text Message.In this session of ByteSized RSE we talk about the FAIR principles and research software. My guest helping me with that is Jamie Quinn, currently RSE at Imperial College London.Here are a few links:https://www.nature.com/articles/sdata201618 The article on FAIRhttps://www.nature.com/articles/s41597-022-01710-x The article on FAIR research softwarehttps://research-and-innovation.ec.europa.eu/strategy/strategy-2020-2024/our-digital-future/open-science/open-science-monitor/facts-and-figures-open-research-data_en Data produced in research https://coderefinery.github.io/github-without-command-line/doi/ An article on the integration of GitHub and Zenodohttps://citation-file-format.github.io the Citation File Format and GitHub - also see one of our previous ByteSized RSE episodeshttps://direct.mit.edu/dint/article/2/1-2/1/10016/The-FAIR-Principles-First-Generation here is another interesting article on FAIR principleshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cold_fusion The Wikipedia entry on the "Cold Fusion" case from Fleischmann/Pons (1989)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWFzPP8ZbdU The YouTube presentation on noise generatorsSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
27:13 6/5/24
[EN] Happy Birthday - The Turing Way Part 1
Send us a Text Message.The Turing Way was created 5 years ago and during the Collaborations Workshop 2024 at the University of Warwick, UK, we had a big birthday party to celebrate the occasion.In this episode, part 1 of 2 episodes on The Turing Way, I sit down with the founder of The Turing Way, Dr Kirstie Whitaker, who is also the Programme Director for Tools, Practices and Systems at the Turing Institute in the UK. You also hear a moment when a new chapter was merged into The Turing Way during this recording, done by Sophia Batchelor. https://book.the-turing-way.org/ the Home page of The Turing Wayhttps://github.com/the-turing-way/the-turing-way the GitHub repository of The Turing Wayhttps://www.turing.ac.uk/people/researchers/kirstie-whitaker Profile page of Dr Kirstie Whitaker https://book.the-turing-way.org/community-handbook/translation/translation-workflow the part that deals with localising contenthttps://github.com/the-turing-way/the-turing-way/pull/3638 the pull request for the chapter that was merged during the recording of this episodehttps://github.com/BrainonSilicon Sophia Batchelor's GitHub pageI would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the Alan Turing Institute for their support and for sponsoring this episode.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
28:43 6/3/24
[DE] Wissenschaft von und mit Bürgern - Bastian Greshake Tzovaras
Send us a Text Message.Bastian Greshake Tzovaras arbeitet am Alan Turing Institute in London zum Thema Citizen Science, also Bürgerwissenschaften. Und dies ist auch das Thema unseres Gesprächs, denn Bastian arbeitet daran schon seit geraumer Zeit. Und er zeigt uns wie Wissenschaft durchaus von einer engeren Zusammenarbeit mit Bürgern profitieren kann.Linkshttps://tzovar.as/ Bastian's Homepagehttps://scholar.social/@gedankenstuecke Bastian's Mastodon Kontohttps://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/data-and-policy/article/how-to-cocreate-content-moderation-policies-the-case-of-the-autspaces-project/DF59760CB3F89901CB5634981C588B55 Ein Paper zum Thema Content Moderation Policieshttps://www.openhumans.org Die Open Humans Platformhttps://opensnp.org Eine Platform zur Veröffentlichung von genetischen Testdatenhttps://www.turing.ac.uk Das Alan Turing Institut in LondonSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
35:52 5/27/24
[EN] Changing the Landscape - The Alan Turing Skills Policy Award - Part II
Send us a Text Message.In part two of this "mini-series" on diverse roles in data science teams, I speak with Dr Emma Karoune from the Alan Turing Institute https://www.turing.ac.uk/  and the deputy director of the Software Sustainability Institute of the UK, Simon Hettrick.Emma and I explore the skills and policy landscape of modern data science roles. Emma is one of the awardees of the Skills Policy Award at the Alan Turing Institute.Simon discusses how groups like the Research Software Engineering community and initiatives like the Hidden REF help to bring about real change. https://www.turing.ac.uk/skills-policy-awards-20232024 The home page for the Project Dr Emma Karoune is involved with at the Alan Turing Institutehttps://www.software.ac.uk The Software Sustainability Institutehttps://hidden-ref.org The "Hidden REF" initiative home pageBoth Emma and Simon are Committee member of the Hidden REF (The hidden REF – Celebrating all research outputs (hidden-ref.org)), a campaign to recognise all research outputs and every role that makes research possible.More information about Emma's project can be found on the project website - Professionalising traditional and infrastructure research roles in data science | The Alan Turing Institute. Emma would like to thank her project team members Malvika Sharan and Alexandra Araujo Alvarez as well as all those at The Alan Turing Institute and other data science professionals who have contributed to this project through attending workshops and interviews.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
34:05 5/20/24
[EN] Collaborations Workshop 2024
Send us a Text Message.The Collaborations Workshop, run by the Software Sustainability Institute https://www.software.ac.uk/ is a long-running institution. I had the pleasure of going there in May 2024 for the first time. It was an exciting, but also exhausting, couple of days. The 3 themes focused on AI/ML in science, environmental sustainability and citizen science.Here is a report on the workshop with a bunch of interviews:Arfon Smith from GitHub/CopilotBecky Osselton from Newcastle UniversityDave Horsfall from Newcastle UniversityKirstie Pringle from the Software Sustainability InstituteShoaib Sufi from Uni Manchester/Software Sustainability InstituteMany thanks for the organisers and sponsors of this event (Wellcome Trust, Alan Turing Institute)https://www.software.ac.uk/workshop/collaborations-workshop-2024-cw24 Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
40:40 5/13/24
[EN] Carpentries for All - Greg Wilson
Send us a Text Message.My guest in this episode is Greg Wilson, who co-founded the Carpentries in 1998 together with Brent Gorda. Since then, the Carpentries have gone global teaching essential computing and data skills and training the next generation of teachers. Greg stepped down from the Carpentries a while ago, but he still feels passionate about their mission and goals.Links:https://carpentries.org/ The Home page about all things Carpentrieshttps://third-bit.com Greg Wilson's homepageSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
40:33 5/6/24
[DE] Software und Zitate - Citation File Format - Stephan Druskat
Send us a Text Message.In dieser Folge geht es um die Frage, wie man Software in wissenschaftlichen Artikeln zitieren kann. Die Antwort: das Citation File Format (CFF) - an dem mein Gast Stephan Druskat maßgeblich mitgewirkt hat. Stephan und ich hatten uns auf der letzten UK RSE Konferenz in Swansea in einer der Pausen zu einem Schwätzchen getroffen.Inzwischen wird das CFF von etlichen Organisationen wie z.B. GitHub, Zenodo und Zotero  unterstützt und das eScience Center in den Niederlanden unterstützt das Projekt tatkräftig.Hier ein paar Linkshttps://citation-file-format.github.io Homepage vom Citation File Formathttps://docs.github.com/en/repositories/managing-your-repositorys-settings-and-features/customizing-your-repository/about-citation-files GitHub CFF Support und Hilfe Webseitehttps://www.esciencecenter.nl/news/code-citation-was-made-possible-by-research-software-engineers-in-germany-and-the-netherlands/ eScience Center in den Niederlanden und CFFhttps://codemeta.github.io Code Metahttps://json-schema.org JSON Schema https://project.software-metadata.pub Hermes Projekt (Helmholtz)Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
33:57 4/29/24
[EN] ByteSized RSE: Property Based Testing - Duncan McGregor and Nicholas del Grosso
Send us a Text Message.Property based testing can help you make your tests more effective and your code more robust. Together with my guests Duncan McGregor and Nicholas del Grosso we talk about what property based testing is and in particular go into one widely used implementation for Python - the Hypothesis library. Here are a few links:https://increment.com/testing/in-praise-of-property-based-testing/ from David MacIver (creator of hypothesis) about the benefits of property based testinghttps://hypothesis.works/articles/what-is-property-based-testing/ explaining what property based testing ishttps://www.inspiredpython.com/course/testing-with-hypothesis/testing-your-python-code-with-hypothesis Testing your code with Hypothesishttps://reiddraper.com/writing-simple-check/ Reid Draper (QuickCheck) on shrinkinghttps://hackage.haskell.org/package/QuickCheck-1.0 the QuickCheck toolhttps://hypothesis.works/articles/how-many-tests/ How many tests is hypothesis running?https://hypothesis.works/articles/quickcheck-in-every-language/ property based testing in other languages (a bit outdated - it's from 2016)https://hypothesis.works/articles/integrated-shrinking/ David MacIver on how he implemented shrinking in Hypothesishttps://hypothesis.works/articles/compositional-shrinking/ and more on shrinkinghttps://jqwik.net the property based testing library for Java/Kotlinhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Functional_programming What is functional programminghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgDPvlgUSLE Duncan's YouTube episode on property based testing with jqwik (from his channel 'Refactoring to Kotlin')Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
28:11 4/24/24
[EN] The making of a diveRSE community - Jeremy Cohen, Michael McLeod
Send us a Text Message.In this episode I talk about two different aspects of diversity in tech and in research software engineering in particular. First we hear from Jeremy Cohen, who has been running the DiveRSE seminar series since 2022 and is the co-author on a paper on the subject (link below). Then I talk to Michael McLeod, who is telling us about the role LGBTQ+ people play in tech. Linkshttps://diverse-rse.github.io the DiveRSE seminar serieshttps://arxiv.org/abs/2104.01712 the paper Understanding Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Challenges Within the Research, 2021https://softwaresaved.github.io/international-survey-2018/ RSE International Survey from 2018https://zenodo.org/records/7015772 International RSE Survey 2022https://prideinstem.org Pride in STEMhttps://stemlgbtqyou.gay STEM and LGBTQ+ youSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
33:22 4/22/24
[EN] Make computing GREENER - Loïc Lannelongue
Send us a Text Message.How can we make computing environmentally more sustainable. Meet Loïc Lannelongue, who - together with Michael Inouye - created the Green Algorithms project. Amongst other things, it allows us to estimate the carbon footprint of our algorithms and computing jobs. The project has been awarded the HDR UK Susannah Boddie Award for Impact of the Year in March 2024. Links:https://www.green-algorithms.org the home page of Green Algorithms where you also find the link to their estimation toolhttps://github.com/GreenScheduler/cats the green task scheduler - an output from the Collaborations Workshop 2023https://www.hdruk.ac.uk/news/winners-announced-2024-hdr-uk-annual-prizes/ the HDR UK award page for 2024https://github.com/Llannelongue Loïc's GitHubhttps://www.lannelongue.eu his homepagehttps://www.inouyelab.org Michael Inouye his colleague https://greensoftware.foundation The Green Software FoundationSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
31:58 4/15/24
[EN] Lecturers without Borders - Eugenia Covernton
Send us a Text Message.Lecturers without Borders  wants to bring scientists and school students together. It is an exciting project and for this episode I talked to Eugenia Covernton, who's leading the non-profit organisation. So, if you are a travelling researcher or RSE, or even if you want to do it from the comfort of your home, LeWiBo give you an opportunity to share your work in schools.https://www.lewibo.orgThe web-site lists a number of partnering organisations like https://www.europlanet-society.org/european-planetary-science-congress/ .You can also register your interest there directly.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
31:08 4/8/24
[EN] scikit-learn: Software is People
Send us a Text Message.scikit-learn is a highly successful and popular Python library for data science and machine learning. It is open source and has a large contributor base. I had the pleasure to meet with some of the scikit-learn team to talk about how they got involved and how it is possible to run an Open Source project of this size and scale. If you like to get involved, here are a few links to their home page and GitHub repository.https://scikit-learn.org/stable/index.html scikit-learn homepagehttps://github.com/scikit-learn/scikit-learn GitHub repohttps://blog.scikit-learn.org Blog postGo to the community page of scikit-learn to get links to LinkedIn, Twitter and othersSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
43:56 4/1/24
[EN] Building Data Science Teams - Alan Turing Institute Skills and Policy Award - Part I
Send us a Text Message.In this episode I meet with Dr Emma Karoune and some of her colleagues from The Alan Turing Institute in London https://www.turing.ac.uk/ to talk about who and what skills we need to create and run modern data science teams. Emma is one of the awardees of the Skills and Policy award at the Turing.https://www.turing.ac.uk/skills-policy-awards-20232024 The Skills and Policy Award by The Alan Turing Institutehttps://iuk.ktn-uk.org/programme/bridgeai/ The UKRI Bridge AI programmePeople interviewed in this episodeDr Emma Karoune, Senior Research Community Manager, Health & Tools, Practices & Systems https://www.turing.ac.uk/people/research-associates/emma-karouneDr Aida Mehonic, TPS Senior Researcher - Research Applications. Research Application management webpage - Research Application Management | The Alan Turing InstituteVicky Hellon, Research Community Manager. Open Research Community Management Team - Open Research Community Management | The Alan Turing InstituteLuis Santos, Senior Data Wrangler. Data for research Team -  Data for Research (Data Wrangling) | The Alan Turing InstituteKatriona Goldman and Jonathan Yong, Research Data Scientists. Research Engineering Group  - Research Engineering Group | The Alan Turing InstituteDr Emma Karoune's work is supported by the Ecosystem Leadership Award under the EPSRC Grant EP/X03870X/1 and The Alan Turing Institute.Turing data science case study will be published at: https://www.turing.ac.uk/research/research-projects/professionalising-traditional-and-infrastructure-research-roles-dataSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
44:19 3/26/24
[EN] ByteSized RSE: the Citation File Format - Jason Maassen
Send us a Text Message.This ByteSized RSE episode talks about the Citation File Format (CFF) https://citation-file-format.github.io/ , created in 2017 to promote the inclusion of software in scientific papers. My guest is Jason Maassen from the eScience Center in the Netherlands. For answers to the quiz questions, email: mailto:code4thought@proton.meBackground:Early scientific Journals: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Journal_des_sçavans and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophical_Transactions_of_the_Royal_Society The "Garfield" Index (impact factors) original paper: https://garfield.library.upenn.edu/papers/science1955.pdf overview of impact factors: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impact_factor CFF/Software Citationshttps://doi.org/10.7717/peerj-cs.86 the Force11 paper on principles of software citationhttps://www.software.ac.uk/publication/how-cite-and-describe-software a blog post from the Software Sustainability Institutehttps://citation-file-format.github.io/ The CFF project on GitHubhttps://docs.github.com/en/repositories/managing-your-repositorys-settings-and-features/customizing-your-repository/about-citation-files GitHub documentation on CFFhttps://zenodo.org/records/10650644 Stephan Druskat's paper on CFFSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
21:08 3/21/24
[DE] deRSE24 - Die RSE Konferenz in Würzburg
Send us a Text Message.Die diesjährige Konferenz des deRSE Vereins in Deutschland fand in Würzburg zwischen dem 5.März und 7.März statt.Es gab, wie auch schon letztes Jahr viele interessante Schwerpunktthemen, wie z.B. Continuous Integration oder Teaching RSE. In dieser Folge hört Ihr von verschiedenen TeilnehmerInnen der Konferenz:John Arnold RWTH Aachen - 3min06sJan Küster Universität Bremen - 7min7sUwe Schmitt und Franziska Oschmann - 15min12sGuido Juckeland - 21min30sHeidi Seibold - 27min38sFlorian Goth und Jan Phillip Thiele - 33min10sEin paar Linkshttps://events.hifis.net/event/994/overview die Homepage von der Konferenz, auf der Ihr alle Vorträge (mit Präsentationen) finden könntZum Thema Teachinghttps://github.com/DE-RSE/learn-and-teach die GitHub pagehttps://arxiv.org/pdf/2311.11457.pdf das Paper zum Thema RSE Kompetenzen etchttps://lists.uni-wuerzburg.de/mailman/listinfo/teachingrse die Mailing Listehttps://digital-research.academy die Digital Research Academyhttps://rse.ethz.ch Die ETH Zürich RSE Gruppehttps://westai.de WestAI der RWTH AachenSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
43:35 3/19/24
[EN] Crossing the Language Barrier - Yanina Saibene
Send us a Text Message.Yanina Saibene is well known in the R community and from her work e.g. in the Software Carpentries. In this episode we talk about what it takes to localise and translate training programs and indeed software applications and packages. https://yabellini.netlify.app/about/  a bit about Yanina from her home pagehttps://carpentries.org/ the Carpentries home pagehttps://rladies.org R Ladieshttps://latin-r.com Latin Rhttps://ropensci.org rOpenSci https://fosstodon.org/@yabellini Yanina on MastodonSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
33:23 3/12/24
[EN] From Rock Climbing to AI - Janan Arslan
Send us a Text Message.I had the pleasure of meeting with Janan Arslan in Paris in 2023. Janan has a fascinating career path that involved not only forensics but also various roles in AI in medicine, which is what she now does at the Brain Institute in Paris.https://www.inria.fr/fr/aramis The Aramis Lab in Parishttps://melbourne-cshe.unimelb.edu.au/events/3mt/video-archive/2020-grand-final Janan has been a finalist in the 3 minute Thesis challengehttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Janan-Arslan Her profile on Research Gatehttps://www.webofscience.com/wos/author/record/2454976 Web of Sciencehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/janan-arslan/ LinkedIn profilehttps://twitter.com/JananArslan Twitter/XSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
25:15 3/5/24
[EN] ByteSized RSE: User Experience Design - Maeg Doherty
Send us a Text Message.In this session we talk about the importance of user experience and user experience design. My guest is Meag Doherty, who works for the National Institutes of Health in the USA and is a Fellow of the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI). https://www.software.ac.uk/fellowship-programme/meag-doherty Meag’s Fellow profile at the SSI. Check out the link to her contributions on the same page.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmM0kRf8Dbk The YouTube page to the full clip from Donald Norman, the author of 'The Design of Everyday Things'https://designmuseum.org/discover-design/all-stories/what-is-good-design-a-quick-look-at-dieter-rams-ten-principles Dieter Rams, the influential industrial designer and his 10-point thesis on what makes a good designhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Pattern_Language The book by Christopher Alexander on design principles and the importance on finding a common (pattern) languagehttps://www.uxdesigninstitute.com/blog/history-of-ux/ A bit of history on User Experience (UX)Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
20:01 2/29/24
[DE] Es tut sich was im RSE-Land - mit Beiträgen vom deRSE, GI und NFDI
Send us a Text Message.In dieser Folge hören wir Beiträge vom Vorstand des Vereins zur Forschungssoftwareentwicklung deRSE e.V.,  Anna-Lena Lamprecht und der RSE Arbeitsgruppe in der Gesellschaft für Informatik und Bernd Flemisch und Martin Hammitzsch über deren Arbeit im NFDI. Denn, es tut sich so einiges im Bezug auf Forschungssoftware im deutschsprachigen Raum. Interview mit dem deRSE e.V. Vorstand 1'46"Interview mit Anna-Lena Lamprecht (Gesellschaft für Informatik) 22'12"Interview mit Bernd Flemisch und Martin Hammitzsch (NFDI) 39'23"https://fg-rse.gi.de Fachgruppe RSE in der Gesellschaft für Informatikhttps://www.nfdi.de/section-infra/ NFDI Common Infrastructure Sektionen - und da findet Ihr auch den Eintrag für RSEhttps://zenodo.org/records/6483449 Konzeptpapier der Arbeitsgruppehttps://de-rse.org/de/ der deRSE e.V. https://events.hifis.net/event/994/overview die Konferenz Webseite für deRSE Konferenz in Würzburg 5. - 7. März 2024Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
54:59 2/27/24
[EN] Open Source Projects & Communities - Chris Holdgraf from 2i2c
Send us a Text Message.In this episode I talk to Chris Holdgraf, executive director of https://2i2c.org about what it takes to manage and run open source organisations. Open source projects come with unique challenges (and opportunities) and I think Chris brings important insights from his experience at 2i2c.Some links:https://chrisholdgraf.com Chris' home pagehttps://press.stripe.com/working-in-public 'Working in Public' by Nadia Eghbal, mentioned in this episodeSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
43:41 2/20/24
[EN] Make Science Reproducible (Again) - Rima-Maria Rahal, Peter Steinbach
Send us a Text Message.People are talking about the "Reproducibility Crisis" in science. Good to see, that there are researchers that do something about it.  Meet Rima-Maria Rahal and Peter Steinbach from the German Reprodicibility Network. I met Rima and Peter in 2023 to talk about why reproducibility is important, what we as researchers can do to make our work more reproducible and what the network is doing in Germanyhttps://reproducibilitynetwork.de  The German Reproducibility Network homepagehttps://www.ukrn.org The UK Reproducibility Networkhttps://reproducibilitynetwork.nl The network in the Netherlandshttps://www.ukrn.org/global-networks/ and a list of other networks around the globe (from the UK network site)Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
35:22 2/13/24
[EN] Host Your Own Story on Code for Thought - Selina Aragon
Send us a Text Message.If you want to co-host an episode on Code for Thought get in touch.per email on mailto:code4thought@proton.meRSE Slack channels in the UK (@code4thought or @piddie) or the US (@Peter Schmidt)Mastodon https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought It's great fun, as my co-host Selina tells us in the short interview.Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
06:16 2/8/24
[EN] Learning How to Learn (and Teach) - Barbara Oakley
Send us a Text Message.With her online course 'Learning How to Learn' (and companion book 'A Mind for Numbers'), Barbara Oakley, distinguished professor in engineering, reached many of us who - like myself - wanted to improve the way we learn, adopt new technologies or get into complex subject areas. Many researchers, PhD students, post-docs teach themselves how to program while trying to get their thesis or work done. But how do you go about it. I hope this interview gives some food for thought on how to get better with learning (and teaching).https://barbaraoakley.com Barbara Oakley's homepagehttps://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn The course Learning How to Learn on Courserahttps://blog.innerdrive.co.uk/interleaving-your-teaching Interleavinghttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pomodoro_Technique the Pomodoro TechniqueSupport the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
35:34 2/6/24
[DE] Eine RSE Arbeitswelt für Alle - Bernadette Fritzsch und Ruth Schöbel
Send us a Text Message.Softwareentwicklung, auch im Forschungsbereich ist immer noch eine Männerdomäne. Aber es gibt inzwischen viele Bestrebungen den Zugang zu Stellen und Berufsaussichten für Frauen und andere unterrepräsentierte Gruppen zu öffnen. In dieser Folge hören wir von zwei Vertreterinnen: Bernadette Fritzsch vom Alfred Wegener Institut in Bremerhaven und Ruth Schöbel vom Forschungszentrum in Jülich.https://womeninhpc.org Women in HPC https://womeninhpc.org/membership/chapters-and-affiliates/chapters Chapters der Women in HPC da ist auch der Link zum FZ-Jhttps://www.awi.de Alfred Wegener Institut für Polar- und Meeresforschunghttps://www.fz-juelich.de/de Forschungszentrum JülichZum Schluss noch ein Hinweis auf die deRSE Konferenz in Würzburg vom 5.März bis zum 7.März: Anmeldeschluss ist der 1. Februar. Wie ihr dem Kurzinterview mit Florian Goth am Ende der Folge entnehmen könnt. https://derse24.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de/Diese Folge ist vom Forschungszentrum Jülich gefördert. Support the Show.Thank you for listening and your ongoing support. It means the world to us! Support the show on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/codeforthought Get in touch: Email mailto:code4thought@proton.me UK RSE Slack (ukrse.slack.com): @code4thought or @piddie US RSE Slack (usrse.slack.com): @Peter Schmidt Mastodon: https://fosstodon.org/@code4thought or @code4thought@fosstodon.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/pweschmidt/ (personal Profile)LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/codeforthought/ (Code for Thought Profile) This podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Licence: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/
37:24 1/30/24

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