In 1995 Ward Cunningham created the first wiki for the Portland Pattern Society. Now, 16 years later, hear what this tech luminary has to say about Wikipedia and even the controversial Wikileaks. For host Miles Forrest, this has been one of his favorite interviews, and he talks to Ward about his hobby of building Aruduino robots, the rise and fall of Smalltalk, and poses the question if Ward could commission IBM’s next Grand Challenge after beating human opponents at Jeopardy, what would he build?
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Living Democracy — Ward Cunningham invented the wiki. But he didn’t patent it. Why? Because he believed the internet needed to be more democratic. How do you live your democratic ideals?
Luke: Album - Hold Time. I’m honestly not much of a fan of M. Ward but people like his music and some of it I find interesting. This is his sixth album and came out Feb. 17th. Ward also collaborates with Zooey Deschanel in She & Him.
What you need to know as a software developer. Interviews with: Ward Cunningham - creator of the Wiki and major figure in Agile/XP programming Charles Petzold - author of many books about Windows and prominent speaker Dan Bricklin - ‘Superman’ according to Scott. Creator of the spreadsheet and all around amazing guy.