Anna and Andy talk about Anna’s new limited company, why she needed to set up a company and how she went about doing it. Andy moans about not understanding GitHub (again) and why developer tools often make him feel stupid. After hours, they talk about an episode of Anna’s favourite cartoon, Adventure Time.
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Andy and Anna discuss their experience of working from home (or living at work), and some of the techniques that help them block out distractions. They also debate the very important issue of how to make the perfect cup of tea. At the end of the show, they talk about Kill Bill Volume 1 in what will be a regular section about Tarantino movies.
Andy Clarke and Anna Debenham have Unfinished Business
In this episode, getting paid. Andy and Anna talk about deposits and down-payments, getting paid regularly and what you can do if the unthinkable happens and you have to fight for your money.
Seventeen years ago, Jonathan Hirsch designed an electric guitar - then spent twelve years promising himself that "One day I’ll do something with it"…
In 2006, after a successful career in the interactive media industry, Jonathan finally began what turned out to be a much-longer-than-planned process of bringing his guitar to market - patenting, prototyping, refining the production process and finally launching Hirsch Guitar (and the Hirsch SB-1 Radius ‘smallbody’ electric guitar) in January 2011.
At this breakfast, Jonathan talks about what inspired the design, what took so long, what he’s learned along the way, and what (he hopes) will happen next.