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The Uptake with Anna Chu is a new show on all things tech and community. Host Anna Chu will be traveling and introducing you to people all over the world as she follows the path of Microsoft Ignite The Tour. The show covers topics in the world of tech, as well as uncovers people’s journeys - and how-tos - of professional learning, development and community building. You will meet inspiring people in the community of tech and get inspired to be a part of a vast and expanding community in your ...
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy x creative agency founded by Daniel Hoang. He was born in 1980 and falls in the Xennial generation, the generation between Gen X and Millenials. He was born in an analog world but came of age in a digital world.Nineteen80 is about bridging worlds, from analog to digital, from pre-covid to the new operating norm.We'll tackle issues of technology, generational aging, pop culture, and racial equity. No matter how hard the issue can be, we'll find a way to ...
 
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In this episode, I talk with Raffaelina Rossetti and Karl Damke about their excellent work on lernOS to teach sketchnoting. LernOS is an open source platform for learning that relies on circles of learners to accelerate learning and provide both accountability and encouragement along the way. You’re going to love this episode! SPONSORED BY This epi…
 
Isabel currently a PhD student studying Computer Science at Johns Hopkins. Previously she was a Pre-Doctoral Young Investigator at the Allen Institute for AI. She and Scott talk about her PhD thesis where she's taught a model to look at scientific texts and pull out a "TL;DR" summary that is both accurate AND useful! https://isabelcachola.com/…
 
In this episode, I talk with David Brittain, a co-founder of the powerful drawing tool, Concepts. We talk about David’s path into programming, the philosophy and origin story of Concepts for tablets. If you haven’t considered Concepts before, this discussion will give you insights into why Concepts works the way it does. SPONSORED BY This episode o…
 
Heather Martinez Heather Leavitt Martinez is a visual practitioner, art coach, and lettering artist living in Southwest Colorado. After studying with master sign painters, graffiti artists, and calligraphers - which she continues to do today - she decided to translate what she learned to teach other visual practitioners the tradecraft of breaking d…
 
Raquel Benmergui Raquel Benmergui is a lo/hi-fi visual storyteller. She has been developing and applying blended methods, i.e. using digital & analog tools + photography & graphic recording/facilitation + improvisation & visual storytelling for sensemaking, process documentation, data collection, facilitation, co-creation and to disseminate outputs…
 
Meka Egwuekwe is Executive Director of CodeCrew, an innovative, mentorship-based youth coding initiative guiding young people in Memphis to be tech producers. Scott talks to Meka about CodeCrew's multifaceted plan to fill the pipeline through summer camps, after school programs, and Code School for adults learning to code! https://www.code-crew.org…
 
In this episode, I talk with Georg Petschnig, founder of Paper for iPad, and General Manager at WeTransfer. Georg talks about his entry into visual thinking, Paper’s origin story, and the team’s philosophy behind Paper. If you haven’t considered Paper before, this discussion will give you insights into why Paper works the way it does. SPONSORED BY …
 
Nicole Archambault believes we can scale back on learning to code and we should ramp up on learning problem solving. She believes this so much she's launched a whole online course - Newbie Coder Problem Solving School - that teaches tons of problem solving skills...with not a single line of code! Is this possible? A good idea? We find out this week…
 
In this episode, I talk with Patti Dobrowolski about her path into visualization and her passion for drawing your future. We talk about the power of visualization and how we as sketchnoters are perfect facilitators for this work in the world. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker…
 
Marlene Mhangami is a Python Software Foundation Director and the co-founder of ZimboPy, a Zimbabwean non-profit that empowers women to pursue careers in tech. Marlene is also the current chair of Pycon Africa, the first pan-African gathering of the Python community. Today she talks with Scott about working and creating with constraints, as well as…
 
CHRIS WILSON Chris Wilson is co-founder of the visual thinking agency Scriberia. We founded Scriberia, more than a decade ago, with the aim of creating pictures that worked hard for our clients. Every piece of work that has left our studio has had an important job to do. And we like to think of all of them, out there in the world, helping people ge…
 
In this episode I talk with Jay Hosler, a professor at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. He’s a scientist who has found a way to represent science with comics! Hear how Jay came into this space, and the relationship he sees between comics and sketchnoting. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by The Sketchnote I…
 
Scott talks to Huma Abidi, the Senior Director of AI Software Products at Intel. Huma leads a team of software engineers and today she sits down and gets deep with Scott on AI, machine learning, deep learning, optimization...and painting! What is the role of silicon and hardware instructions when doing AI and ML? How does Intel interact with the op…
 
In this episode, I talk with Berlin-based sketchnoter, author, illustrator Nadine Rossa. Hear how she got into visualization, how she wrote her books, and the excitement she has around online teaching and some of the opportunities and challenges it presents. SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a …
 
Ania Staśkiewicz Ania Staśkiewicz is a Graphic Recorder, Sketchnoter and Graphic Facilitator. She creates visual notes and captures essential ideas with images and words. She makes them memorable. During conferences, workshops, and meetings she worked on a wide range of topics. She loves unique challenges and is especially passionate about coaching…
 
Why can't I control a Virtual Desktop of my PC from my VR headset? Guy Godin asked this question...and made the answer. Is VR Desktop VR's killer app? Scott talks to Guy about how he did it, and how VR Desktop made a $400 VR headset into Scott's primary rig...wirelessly! And it's written entirely in C#? With latency in the low milliseconds!? Imposs…
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring …
 
SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker of visual thinking tools. Every Neuland product is designed with passion to be durable and sustainable. Check out their newly redesigned Neuland FineOne® line of water-based, refillable markers. https://neuland.com Save 15% with code amb29042…
 
Susana Benavidez has had an interesting path into technology and she wants to normalize that path. Sometimes it's not straight and narrow, sometimes it's windy and filled with bumps. What would tech look like if we normalized failure and gave folks a space place to fail fast, fail often and come out on the other side better than ever? Happy Hispani…
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring …
 
Mie Nørgaard Mie Nørgaard, PhD, is a Danish specialist in using rapid sketching techniques to boost human thinking. In conferences, she uses fast visualizations to improve participant engagement and learning outcomes. As a process facilitator, she helps customers map out customer journeys or strategic goals in order to get detailed insights into co…
 
SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by The Sketchnote Ideabook, the sketchbook designed for sketchnoters. Equipped with a no-bleed, now show through paper, The Sketchnote Ideabook can take almost any marker or pen you can throw at it. Learn more at: https://sketchnoteideasbook.com RUNNING ORDER Intro: Who is K…
 
Do you dread code reviews? Dr. Michaela Greiler believes they are essential and if done right, can be enjoyable and powerful. She talks about the general practice of code reviews, what goes wrong, and how we can get better at them! What are the responsibilities of the reviewer and the reviewed? Here are the links we discussed in the episode: awesom…
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring …
 
CHRIS GLYNN Illustrator and animator. Strategic illustration and facilitation. Open to commissions and collaboration. www.chrisglynn.net Instagram: chris.glynn.illustration glynngraphics@hotmail.com Twitter: mainchrisglynn 0.6 Senior Lecturer in Illustration, Cardiff School of Art Design, Cardiff Met University Co-founder Illustration Research netw…
 
SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Paperlike, a screen protector for the iPad that makes drawing with the Apple Pencil feel like paper. Paperlike’s Nanodot technology offers the paper-like friction you want with the clearer screen visibility you need. This new surface even improves drawing precision — and …
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring …
 
SPONSORED BY This episode of the Sketchnote Army Podcast is brought to you by Neuland, the innovative maker of visual thinking tools. Every Neuland product is designed with passion to be durable and sustainable. Check out their newly redesigned Neuland FineOne® line of water-based, refillable markers. https://neuland.com Save 15% with code amb29042…
 
BRANDY AGERBECK Brandy Agerbeck demystifies drawing so you can grasp visual thinking to shush your inner critic, erase overwhelm, think clearly, tackle problems, craft communications, and map out your next great accomplishment. In 2016, Brandy published The Idea Shapers: the power of putting your thinking in your own hands, an approachable and enga…
 
Nineteen80 is a management consultancy and creative agency focused on transitions. As a Xennial, I was born in an analog world, and came of age in a digital world. As the world transitions from command and control to distributed teams, analog to digital, concentrated power and wealth to distributed knowledge of the crowd, Nineteen80 seeks to bring …
 
We'll start off this season with interesting people: Xina Gooding Broderick Dave Mastronardi Krisztina Szerovay James Baylay, Nadine Rossa Jay Hosler Patti Dobrowolski, Georg Petschnigg David Brittain Karl Damke & Raffelina Rossetti New episodes start next week, Monday, September 21st. We will kick off season 8 with the amazing Xina Gooding Broderi…
 
Monica Powell is a software engineer who is passionate about making contributing to open-source more approachable. She works with The New York Public Library's eBook software and founded React Ladies. Today she talks to Scott about creative expression on the web and learning into learning in public.By Scott Hanselman
 
NADINE ROSSA Hello! I am Nadine - designer, illustrator, author & sketchnoter - in short, a visualization expert. I help everyone who, at work or privately, wants to achieve quick results with visualization in the form of sketchnotes and who want to prepare their ideas visually. Check out Nadine's recent book on sketchnoting library of icons: https…
 
Scott talks with Joe Karlsson about Document Databases like MongoDB and how they differ from classic Table-based (ER) databases. Can this next generation of WebAPI and JSON-powered cloud DB allow more beginners to get into programming? Is this the death of select * from table? NOTE: Scott met Joe while speaking at Codeland. While Mongo is a sponsor…
 
MIKE ROHDE Hello, I’m Mike Rohde. I have a passion for visualizing, designing, and communicating ideas. Designer. I design software, experiences, and services, using a human-centered approach. I seek to understand what users need, so I can design things that are useful and delightful for them. Author. I’ve written two bestselling books on sketchnot…
 
Diane is a research engineer and the security and privacy lead for Mozilla's Mixed Reality (VR/MR) project. She and Scott talk about the considerations that need to be taken to enable Mixed and Virtual Reality to be a trustworthy and private experience for users. How does Mozilla plan to take all the different pieces - technology, legal and social …
 
Have you failed a job interview because you don't know computer science? William Springer has a PhD in computer science and his books takes you through what you would have learned while earning a four-year computer science degree! Both Scott and William believe in breaking down boundaries, and it starts with this show! A Programmer's Guide to Compu…
 
Episode Title Making a company that's Big Enough with Lee LeFever of Common Craft Bio About The Guest Lee LeFever is the co-founder of Common Craft and author of two books: The Art of Explanation and Big Enough. Since 2007, Common Craft has won numerous awards, worked with respected brands like LEGO, Google, Intel, and Ford, and created original ex…
 
Nadia Eghbal is the author of Working in Public: The Making and Maintenance of Open Source Software. She is a writer and researcher who likes to understand how people work. She is currently interested in parasocial communities and reputation-based economies. https://nadiaeghbal.com/By Scott Hanselman
 
Simon Wardley Simon Wardley is a researcher for Leading Edge Forum, a global research programme dedicated to helping large organizations reimagine their organizations and leadership for a technology-driven future. He is also the inventor of Wardley Maps Find the entire book on Wardley Maps here: Chapter 1 — On being lost Chapter 2 — Finding a path …
 
Dr. Stephanie Kelton is the most visible public advocate of modern monetary theory - the freshest and most important idea about economics in decades. With its important new ways of understanding money, taxes, and the critical role of deficit spending, MMT redefines how to responsibly use our resources so that we can maximize our potential. The Defi…
 
Adalberto Gonzalez Adalberto is Accenture Mexico Technology Innovation Lead. Founder of the DT & Innovation Studio, which originated the innovation practice in Accenture Mexico; driving transformation in the mindset and perception of value among Accenture clients – impacting how projects are delivered and new value streams are created. In addition …
 
Keith Tatum Keith Tatum is a visually-focused facilitator, design thinker, and user experience strategist who lives in Columbus, Ohio. He has more than twenty years of practice delivering human-centered design for digital and physical experiences. Keith is also the founder of Visibility Experiments, an independent consultancy that specializes in vi…
 
With the rising cost of data breaches, executives need to understand the basics of cybersecurity so they can make strategic decisions that keep companies out of headlines and legal battles. Teri Radichel is the CEO of 2nd Sight Lab and the author of the new book "Cybersecurity for Executives in the Age of Cloud." She teaches Scott about what folks …
 
My second guest, Russ Shumaker, is a marketer at World Vision. We talked about how World Vision is helping to end poverty in the world, but also shifting to focus on COVID in the US. Russ and I talked about how Millenials aren't so young anymore and how we're in leadership roles across organizations. Thank you to Russ for joining the podcast and pa…
 
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