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282: Tin Can Through a Wet NoodleWe spoke with Laughlin Barker of OpenROV (@OpenROV) about underwater drones, underwater navigation, underwater exploration of the Antarctic, and extraordinarily large (underwater) jellyfish.Laughlin BarkerROV, undersea, antarctica
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/282
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281: Tame GeekCombining a love of engineering with a love of words, Jenny List (@Jenny_Alto) is a contributing editor at Hackaday (@Hackaday).Jenny Listhackaday, writing, drones
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/281
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280: Reginald P. Theodore JohnsonChris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) talk about design patterns, conferences, and Molotov cocktails.babble, design patterns
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/280
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162: I Am a Boomerang Enthusiast (Repeat)Valve's Alan Yates (@vk2zay) spoke with us about the science and technology of virtual reality.*Alan Yatesvirtual reality, science, valve, boomerangs
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/162-repeat
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279: Top PedantPatrick Yeon (@patyeon) spoke with us about nonprofit spaceships then asked our opinions about embedded software.Patrick Yeonspace, design patterns
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/279
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278: Bricks' Batteries Last ForeverMatthew Liberty (@mliberty1) shared good advice for lowering power. We talk about different ways to measure current (Matt has a nice write-up) and things software can do to decrease power consumption.Matthew Libertyjoulescope, low power, measurement
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/278
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277: The Sport of KingsJie Qi (@qijie) spoke with us about making paper-based electronics (@Chibitronics) and learning about patent law (via @Patentpandas).Jie Qipaper circuits, patent law
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/277
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276: Playing a Song on a PotatoJesse Rutherford (@BentTronics) gave us an in-depth look at the 555 timer IC (wiki).Jesse Rutherfordelectronics
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/276
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275: Don't Do What the Computer Tells YouJanelle Shane (@JanelleCShane) shared truly weird responses from AIs. Her website is AIWeirdness.com where you can find machine-learning-generated ideas for paint colors, ice cream, and cocktails (and many other things). We never said they were good ideas.Jannelle ShaneAI, ML, neural nets
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/275
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274: Swiss Knife of Embedded SystemsIvan Kravets (@ikravets) spoke with us about PlatformIO (@PlatformIO_Org), IDEs, embedded libraries, and RISC-V.Ivan Kravetsembedded libraries, IDE, RISC-V
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/274
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273: Off the Topic of My JammiesChris and Elecia chat with each other about the new year. All is fine until she starts quizzing him about some language details of his new project.babble, ios
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/273
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272: Stick 'Em on WhalesChris Gammell (@Chris_Gammell) of The Amp Hour (@TheAmpHour) joined us to talk about the state of the industry, listeners, guests, and life in general.Chris Gammellbabble, holiday, podcast
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/272
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271: Shell Scripts for the SoulAlex Glow (@glowascii) filled our heads with project ideas.*Alex Glowenthusiasm, projects, devkits
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/271
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270: Broccoli Is Good TooJames Grenning (@jwgrenning) joined us to talk about Test Driven Development, dealing with legacy code, and cleaning out very large pipes. James Grenningtdd, legacy code
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/270
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269: Ultra-Precise Death RayAlan Cohen (@proto2product) wrote a great book about taking an idea and making it into a product. We spoke with him about the development process and the eleven deadly sins of product development. We did not talk about ultra-precise death rays.Alan Cohenauthor, production, development
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/269
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164: Heatsink in a Shoebox (Repeat)Christopher White resurrects an Apple ][+ with his brother Matthew White.This is a show about the software Christopher and Matthew wrote when they were kids and the hardware they wrote it on.Matthew Whitefamily, apple, history
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/164-repeat
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268: Cakepan InterferometryAfter many bouts of lightning round, we finally got our lightning questions answered by Eric Brunning (@deeplycloudy). Eric is a Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at Texas Tech University specializing in storm electrification and lightning .Eric Brunninglightning, scientist, professor, hacking
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/268
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267: Cute and SquishyLindsey Kuper (@lindsey) spoke with us about !!Con West, being a new professor, and reading technical journals.Lindsey Kuperconference, professor, journal
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/267
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266: Drive off the End of the UniverseChris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) talk about conferences, simulations, and future episodes.babble, questions, conferences, simulations
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/266
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265: What's Your SuperpowerAnita Pagin gave us an insider's view of being a recruiter.Anita Paginrecruiting, hiring, jobs
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/265
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264: Do It for the HerdChris Svec (@christophersvec) returns to chat about recruiting for embedded jobs and to help us answer listener questions. Also, he's looking for engineers to join him at iRobot.Chris Svecrecruiting, hiring, jobs
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/264
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109: Resurrection of Extreme Programming (Repeat)James Grenning (@jwgrenning)returns to discuss TDD, Agile,and web courses.*James Grenningtdd, engineering, agile, online learning
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/109-repeat
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263: Experience the TheoryProfessor Angela Sodemann of @ASU spoke with us about new ways of teaching, robotics, and haptic displays. *Angela Sodermannrobotics, teaching, professor, haptic, robot, online course
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/263
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262: Egg FrecklesNoah Leon made a film: Love Notes to Newton. It features the people who love and the people who built the Apple Newton. We spoke with him about the Newton and about filmmaking.Noah Leonmovie, off-topic, apple
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/262
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261: Blowing Their Fragile Little MindsHelen Leigh (@helenleigh) is an author, education writer and maker. She spoke with us about making learning fun (and subversive).*Helen Leighteaching, making, author
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/261
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260: We Talked a LotChristopher (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) talks about vacations for learning and hobbies then answered listener questions.babble, vacations
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/260
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259: Calculators Changed My LifeBrandon Wilson (@brandonlwilson) shared his stories about hacking TI calculators (and other things).Brandon Wilsongetting into computing, calculators
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/259
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258: Security Is Another DimensionWe spoke with Axel Poschmann of DarkMatter LLC (@GuardedbyGenius) about embedded security.Axel Poschmannsecurity
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/258
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257: Small Parts Flew EverywhereDerek Fronek spoke with us about FIRST robotics. His TechHOUNDS (@TechHOUNDS868) team is based in Carmel, Indiana. They won the state competition and placed 5th in the high school FRC championship.Derek Fronekfirst robotics, highschool
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/257
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256: AgglomerationChris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) celebrate the 256th episode with a confusing lack of cupcakes.babble, cupcakes
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/256
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255: Jellyfish Are Pretty BadassAriel Waldman (@arielwaldman) spoke with us about how science, art, and all of the other disciplines can build a better world.*Ariel Waldmanantarctica, making, art, communication
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/255
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254: Murdering Thousands of GnomesGabriel Jacobo (@gabrieljacobo) spoke with us about embedded graphics, contributing to the Linux SDL, using MQTT, and working far from his employers.Gabriel Jacobographics, linux, mqtt, remote
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/254
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41: Pink Universes Die Really Quickly (Repeat)Micah Elizabeth Scott (@scanlime) came to talk about Fadecandy, a really neat way to control smart LEDs (NeoPixel, AdaFruit's term for the WS2812). The conversation ranged from beautiful LED control algorithms and open source embedded projects to triangle tessellations,art, and identity.*Micah Scottprojects, maker, fadecandy, oshw, math, art
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/41
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10: Hands Off, Baby (Repeat)Jen Costillo (@rebelbotjen) joins Elecia White to discuss the secret parts of C, keywords that only embedded software engineers seem to know about.*Jen CostilloC, keywords, interviewingMaking Embedded Systems
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005ZTO0LG/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B005ZTO0LG&linkCode=as2&tag=httpembefm-20&linkId=JWWMHJXBPXOTTXF2
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/010
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253: We'll Pay Them in FunWe spoke with Kathleen Tuite (@kaflurbaleen) about augmented reality, computer vision, games with a purpose, and meetups.Kathleen Tuiteaugmented reality, pyladies, games, computer vision
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/253
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252: A Good Heuristic for Pain ToleranceKatie Malone (@multiarmbandit) works in data science, has podcast about machine learning, and has a Phd in Physics. We mostly talked about machine learning, ways to kill people, mathematics, and impostor syndrome.Katie Malonedata science, machine learning, impostor syndrome, podcast
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/252
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251: I Agreed at the TimeThis week, we spoke with Addie (@atdiy) and Whisker (@whixr), the Toymakers (@Tymkrs). heir latest CypherCon badges included a complete phone system. For more information, check out the user documentation at hackthebadge.com or the related Reddit post.Toymakerscyphercon, badge life, phone
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/251
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250: Yolo SnarfFinally! An episode with version control! And D&D! Chris Svec (@christophersvec) joins us to discuss why version control is critical to professional software development and what the most important concepts are.Chris Svecbasics, version control, software development, engineering, yolo
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/250
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249: It DependsClaire Rowland (@clurr) joined to discuss creating good user experiences for the Internet of Things. Claire is the lead author of Designing Connected Products: UX for the Consumer Internet of Things.Clair Rowlandauthor, iot, ux
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/249
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248: I'm Not in Charge!Chris (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) answer listener emails.babble
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/248
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247: He's Not Going to Cut That, Is He?Jason Turner (@lefticus) of the CPPCast (@cppcast) spoke with us about modern C++ in embedded systems.Jason TurnerC++
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/247
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130: Criminal Training Camp (Repeat)Alvaro Prieto (@alvaroprieto) spoke with us about laser turrets, tearing down quadcopters, flux capacitors, the moon, and culture at work.*Alvaro Prietoscience, moon, maker, culture, reverse engineering
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/130repeat
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246: Sacrifice That ComputerWe spoke with Dr. Bennie Lewis (@_benjoe02) about machine learning and robotics. Bennie is a Senior Research Scientist at Lockheed Martin, content creator, and Twitch streamer (benjoe02)Bennie Lewismachine learning, robotics, content, twitch
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/246
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245: Tell Me How People Hurt YouStephen Kraig (@Macro_Ninjaneer) and Parker Dillmann (@LnghrnEngineer), of Macrofab (@MacroFab) joined us to chat about getting hardware and software to work together.Stephen Kraig, Parker Dillmanpodcast, hardware
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/245
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244: Magic And ElectronsKristina Durivage (@gelicia) described her path getting into making and hardware hacking as a complement to her day job working in front-end software.Kristina Durivagemaking, hacking, software
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/244
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243: Pick a Good OneWe spoke with Michael Barr (@embeddedbarr) about the Barr Group embedded systems survey and his new book Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++.Michael Barrauthor, C++
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/243
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242: The Cilantro of RobotsChristine Sunu (@christinesunu) spoke with us about the feelings we get from robots.*Chrisine Sunurobotics, emotions, making, ux
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/242
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241: One Two Blah Blah Blah TenAndrei Chichak and Alvaro Prieto (@alvaroprieto) join us to talk about bits and how to manipulate them.Andrei Chichak, Alvaro Prietobits and bytes, basics
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/241
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240: Belgian WafflesJasmine Brackett (@asiwatch) spoke with us about @Tindie's electronics marketplace, this year's Hackaday Prize, and tips for wearable electronics.Jasmine Bracketttindie, making, wearables, hackaday
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/240
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239: Tweet My BootsWhat do you do after space debris, hacking dinosaurs, and judging robots? If you are Dr. Lucy Rogers (@DrLucyRogers), you build an organization devoted to promoting the Making industry: Guild of Makers (@GuildOfMakers)*Lucy Rogersmakers, robots, author
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/239
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137: Pausing to Think (Repeat)Dan Saks answers many questions about C++ in embedded systems: where it works, where it doesn't, and a path to getting started.*Dan SaksC++
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/137repeat
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238: My Brain Is My ToolbeltChris and Elecia answered some listener questions about dynamic memory and shared code. Then Elecia gave a presentation about ShotSpotter, the gunshot location system she worked on.babble, shotspotter
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/238
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237: Break All the Laws of PhysicsJan Jongboom (@janjongboom) of Mbed (@ArmMbed) joined us to talk about compilers, online hardware simulators, and inference on embedded devices.Jan Jongboommbed, compilers, simulation
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/237
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236: The Concept of Delayed GratificationRoger Linn (@roger_linn) gave us new ideas about musical instruments, detailing how wonderful expressive control, 3D buttons, and keyscanning can be.*Roger Linnmusic, engineering, buttons
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/236
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235: Imagine That, Suckers!We spoke to author Robin Sloan (@robinsloan) about his books and near-future science fiction.Robin Sloanauthor, science fiction, off topic
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/235
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234: The Good Word About AIDustin Franklin of NVIDIA (@NVIDIAEmbedded) spoke with us about the Jetson TX2, a board designed to bring AI into embedded systems.Dustin Franklintx2, machine learning, ai
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/234
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233: Always the Wrong WayChris and Elecia chatted about listener emails, and other stuff and things.babble
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/233
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232: Blob Is a Good WordWe spoke with Jackson Keating (@jacksonakeating) about Bluetooth Low Energy, going over GATTs layouts and the general BLE usage.Jackson Keatingble
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/232
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231: Single Origin CoffeeTim O'Reilly (@timoreilly) talks about economics, books, and the future. Check out Tim's new book, WTF: What's the Future and Why It's Up to Us. And yes, this is Tim O'Reilly of O'Reilly books.Tim O'Reillyeconomics, author
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/231
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230: What the Hell Is Wrong with Unicorns?Sunshine Jones (@Sunshine_Jones) spoke with us about synthesizers, electronics, and philosophy.Sunshine Jonesmusic, electonics, philosophy
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/230
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229: Slinky with a Lot of MathNick Kartsioukas (@ExplodingLemur) spoke with us about information security, melting down spectres, lemurs, and sensible resolutions.Nick Kartsioukasinformation security
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/229
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228: Pedantic or AndranticThe Amp Hour and Embedded join up to send a holiday letter to listeners.Chris Gammellbabble, holiday, podcast
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/228
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227: Half of Everything Is WrongAnthony Navarro (@avnavarro42) of Udacity (@udacity) spoke with us about learning.Anthony Navarroteaching, online courses
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/227
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226: Camp AVR Vs. Camp MicrochipJay Carlson (@jaydcarlson), author of The Amazing $1 Microcontroller, joined us to talk about comparing microcontrollers and determining our biases. This was an in-depth comparison of different micro features.Jay Carlsondev kit, microcontrollers
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/226
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225: When Toasters AttackMaria Gorlatova spoke with us about how the combination of devices and cloud computing will change the world as we know it.Maria Gorlatovaprofessor, iot
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/225
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124: Please Don't Light Yourself On Fire (Repeat)Windell Oskay (@Oskay) of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories(@EMSL) told us about co-authoring a book:The Annotated Build-It-Yourself Science Laboratory.*Windell Oskayscience, maker, book, author
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/124r
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224: Interrupts to Interrupt InterruptsAndrei Chichak joins Elecia and Christopher to do a deep dive into the world of interrupts.*Andrei Chichakinterrupts, engineering, basics
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/224
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223: Gregorian Chants and ThingsChristopher (@stoneymonster) and Elecia (@logicalelegance) chat about listener questions and things they've been up to.babble
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/223
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222: Virtual BunnieJonathan Beri (@beriberikix) spoke with us about his double life:Particle.io product manager by day, maker by night (and weekends).Jonathan Berimaker, particleio
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/222
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221: Hiding in Plain SightAuthor Jimmy Soni (@jimmyasoni) spoke with us about his biography of Claude Shannon, founder of information theory and digital circuit theory.Jimmy Soniauthor, off topic, biography
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/221
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220: Cascading Waterfall of LightsBen Hencke (@im889) spoke with us about OHWS, Tindie, and blinking lights.*Ben Henckeopen source, tindie, pixelblaze
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/220
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62: Costs a Penny to Go to the Bathroom (Repeat)Josh Bleecher Snyder (@offbymany) joined us to talk about PayPal's Beacon, being acquired, the Go programming language, BTLE, computer vision, and working at a large company after founding small ones.*Josh Bleecher Snydergo, ble, computer vision, company life
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/62
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219: Not Obviously NegligentKelly Shortridge (@swagitda_) spoke with us about the intersection of security and behavioral economics. Kelly's writing and talks are linked from her personal site swagitda.com. Kelly is currently a Product Manager at SecurityScorecard.Kelly Shortridgesecurity
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/219
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218: Neutron Star of Dev BoardsDirk Akeman of SEGGER (@SEGGERMicro) joined us to talk about debugger specifics.Dirk Akemandebugging, debuggers
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/218
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217: 10000 Pounds of PressureBob Skala of Interactive Instruments spoke with us about very large servo motors, wind tunnels, and staying current in tech.Bob Skalamotors
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/217
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216: Bavarian Folk MetalCarmen Parisi (@FakeEEQuips) joined us to talk about electronics and podcasts.Carmen Parisipodcast, electronics, hardware
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/216
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215: HeisenbugsAlvaro Prieto (@alvaroprieto) joined us to talk about the basics of debugging, from software to hardware.Alvaro Prietodebugging, basics
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/215
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214: Tiny Sensor ProblemsKristen Dorsey explained MEMS sensors: how do they work, how they are made, and what new ones we expect to see in the future.Kristen Dorseyprofessor, mems
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/214
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213: Electricity Doesn't Act Like an AppleGretchen Bakke spoke with us about the future of power generation and transmission. Her book is The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future.Gretchen Bakkebook, author, power grid
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/213
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212: You Are in SeaworldKwabena Agyeman joined us to talk about making OpenMV (@OpenMVCam), an easy-to-use camera and control module with built-in machine vision functions, all interfaced via MicroPython.Kwabena Agyemanmaking, computer vision, micropython
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/212
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211: 4 weeks, 3 DaysDennis Jackson spoke with us about making the career shift from software to embedded.*Dennis Jacksoncareers, moving from software to embedded
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/211
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210: The Glass HourAlan Yates (@vk2zay) told us about his entries to the 2017 Flashing Light Prize. Alan's entries involved making a light bulb and dripping charge.Alan Yatesblinking lights, making
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/210
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209: DebuggerceptionPierre-Marie de Rodat (@pmderodat) joined us to talk about how debugger software works (and what compilers tell the debugger).Pierre-Marie de Rodatdebuggers, compilers
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/209
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208: What If You Had a Machine Do ItElecia gave a talk about machine learning and robotics at the Hackaday July Meetup at SupplyFrame DesignLab (video!) and LA CrashSpace. She gives it again in the podcast while Chris narrates the demos.babble, hackaday, ty
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/208
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111: Potty Train Your Tamagotchi (Repeat)Natalie Silvanovich (@natashenka) discussed reverse engineering hardware, working on security software, and the fantastic world of Tamagotchis.*Natalie Silvanovichtamagotchi, reverse engineering, security
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/111-repeat
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78: Happy Cows (Repeat)Chris Svec (@christophersvec) has an idea about adding empathy to software development. It is a good idea.*Chris Svecempathy, engineeringBe Excellent to Each Other
http://www.element14.com/community/blogs/linker/2015/04/15/be-excellent-to-each-other
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/78
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207: I Love My Robot Monkey HeadProfessor Ayanna Howard of Georgia Tech joins us to talk about robotics including how androids interact with humans. Some of her favorite robot include the Darwin, the Nao, and, for home-hacking, the Darwin Mini.*Ayanna Howardprofessor, machine learning, robotics, ux
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/207
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206: Crushing Amounts of SnowThis week, we mix things up a bit. This joint show with the Don't Panic Geocast.This episode explores what happens when electrical engineering meets geoscience in cold places. We're joined by guest Dr. Sridhar Anandakrishnan of Penn State to talk about geopebbles, ice, climate, and more!John Leeman, Sridhar Anandakrishnanantartica, making, science, professor, podcast
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/206
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205: Questions about DumplingsThis week we talked to Addie (@atdiy) and Whisker (@whixr),the Toymakers (@Tymkrs). They make electronics kits, videos, and conference badges.Toymakerscyphercon, badge life, phone
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/205
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204: Abuse ElectricityPhoenix Perry (@phoenixperry) spoke with us about physical games. Phoenix is CTO of DoItKits (@DoItKits) and*Phoenix Perrygames, ghosts, professor
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/204
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203: Save My BoardCharlie Ladd (@csladd) joined us to give an overview of good hardware practices.*Charlie Laddhardware
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/203
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202: Flush and Your Inner FishProfessor Alex Dean spoke with us about his ARM embedded systems books and @NCState courses.Alex Deanauthor, professor, teaching
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/202
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201: Accidentally Incredibly DangerousShaun Meehan (@logiclow) joined us to talk about robot arms and stealth rocket companies. Shaun's rocket startup is hiring; information about the job openings are below.*Shaun Meehanrockets, robots, antarctica
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/201
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200: OopsEpisode 200! Let's have a party (and a survey)! Former guests joined us in a panel-style celebration of working in embedded systems: Alvaro Prieto, Andrei Chichak, Elizabeth Brenner, Chris Svec, and Chris Gammell.Everyone?babble, retrospective, panel discussion
https://www.embedded.fm/episodes/200
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199: Petri Dishes of DoomChris and Elecia answer listener questions about contracting (and consulting).consulting, babbleRate calculation sheet
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvRP0CEgidHFdG1aU016WFJkb1RDajgybkRoY0pseVE&usp=sharing
http://embedded.fm/episodes/199
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198: Unmanned Flying ThingyWalter Stockwell spoke with us about the legalization of drones, UAVs, UASs, and UFOs. Walter works at DJI which makes the Phantom. Walter Stockwelldrones, UAV, legal
http://embedded.fm/episodes/198
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197: Smell the TransistorChris and Elecia talk with each other about science fiction, advertising, ham radios, debugging tools, and programming languages.babble, ham, debugging
http://embedded.fm/episodes/197
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196: Software Server ThingybobAditi Hilbert (@HilbertAditi) spoke with us about MyNewt, an Apache-licensed RTOS and bootloader.Aditi Hilbertrtos, ble
http://embedded.fm/episodes/196
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195: A Bunch of SputniksWe discussed CubeSats with their co-inventor, Professor Jordi Puig-Suari, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at CalPoly SLO and co-founder of Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems.Jordi Puig-Suarisatellites, space
http://embedded.fm/episodes/195
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