An interview with Brad Frost, a speaker at SmashingConf Toronto 2019 (https://smashingconf.com/toronto-2019/speakers/brad-frost/).
Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theater in San Jose on Tuesday, 4 June 2019, John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss the news from WWDC 2019.
Alan Kay talks about alternative approaches to teach Computer Science in schools.
Turing Award winner Alan Kay is an renowned Computer Science pioneer. A Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the Royal Society of Arts he is best known for his pioneering work on object-oriented programming and windowing graphical user interface design.
Juan Benet, the creator of IPFS and Filecoin, discusses his projects in decentralized storage and the future of the blockchain space in general.
Juan Benet is the founder of Protocol Labs (YC S14). They’re working on IPFS, Filecoin, and CoinList - https://twitter.com/juanbenet
Dalton Caldwell is a Partner at YC - https://twitter.com/daltonc
YC’s podcast is hosted by Craig Cannon - http://twitter.com/craigcannon
Juan Benet, Founder & CEO of Protocol Labs, talks about what Web3 is and how it is a part of a larger movement going on in the Internet in which humanity is going from a pre-computing civilization to a post-computing civilization.
This video was recorded at Web3 Summit 2018 in Berlin.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory proudly presents Commodore Grace Hopper’s landmark lecture* on the future of computing. Hopper (1906–1992) is known for finding the first computer bug, inventing compiler design, and creating high-level languages. She inspired leadership and education, famously using the 11.8” wire prop to represent how far electricity can travel in one nanosecond. In this amazing video posted by the Lincoln Laboratory Women’s Network, Commodore Hopper practically invents computer science at the chalkboard. The points she made decades ago are still relevant today.
- given onsite at MIT Lincoln Laboratory on 25 April 1985
In the 1960s-1970s, Ken Thompson co-invented the UNIX operating system along with Dennis Ritchie at Bell Labs. He also worked on the language B, the operating system Plan 9, and the language Go. He and Ritchie won the Turing Award. He now works at Google. He’ll be interviewed Brian Kernighan of “K&R” fame.
This talk took place May 4, 2019. Videography courtesy of @thegurumeditation (Facebook), @thegurumeditate (Twitter)
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EY6q5dv_B-o&feature=youtu.be&t=477
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In the sixth episode, guest host Aaron Lammer speaks with designer and professor Molly Wright Steenson about pattern languages, the important similarities between architecture and AI, and the publication of her new book Architectural Intelligence. Learn more 👉 design.google/podcasts
Just over 30 years ago, an Englishman named Christopher Alexander tried to revolutionize architecture. In A Pattern Language, Alexander told architects and planners to design homes on emotional and spiritual principles – not on traffic flow. The revolution didn’t quite come. But the book had a surprising influence on another group of experts: the computer scientists who were just beginning to shape the Internet. Produced by Lu Olkowski. (Originally aired: August 15, 2008)
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