A podcast during the day of the remote hack
Guest host Ruth breaks the brand. Adam plays the UNO reverse card and does an interview switcheroo. Ruth makes sounds with her body on video (Phrasing!)
Becky is back for her second Remote Hack in a row, hacking on modernising old Python sentiment analysis tutorials
Importing Max in to your podcast project can greatly improve the quality of your podcast, but if you want to fork his source code you might encounter some human rights violations. All podcasts and no play makes Max a dull boy. Coming soon, OpenMax. Pay less, earn more! #EconomicsBS
Adam has some big ideas around Tensorflow and language learning games. He's totally not going to spend another Remote hack fiddling with AWS lambda flash cards.
Remote Hack April is going to be an unconference. Surprise! More details to follow on the Remote Hack website
A brief primer on dynamic micro front-end architectures and why creating one from scratch is a fun task
Adam has been on a journey to secure his online accounts. Big shout out to 1Password! #TEBGTW1 #DontHackMeBro
Adam is late to the start of the day but Ryan is well equipped to bring Adam up to speed and summarise the days activities. Ryan would still like access to GitHub Codespaces.
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