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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadElectrical engineer John Chidgey joins us in this episode of The Engineering Commons to talk about ladder logic, podcasting, and an engineer’s role in making the world a better place.An open invitation to discuss general engineering issues got Jeff started in the world of podcasting.Carmen, Brian, and Adam became trapped involved as co-hosts on this podcast when Chris Gammell left the show.Our guest for this episode is electrical engineer John Chidgey, who has worked in several engineering domains, including RF hardware, systems engineering, and the oil & gas industry. He also produces a weekly podcast, Pragmatic, and authors the Tech Distortion website.Carmen and John are fans of making coffee with the Aeropress.Citizens band (CB) radio served to interest John in electrical engineering.John notes that there is a general trend toward standardization, as the costs of customization are too high for many companies.For a while, at least, John had a job that may (or may not have) required a security clearance.Our guest moved into the controls industry around 2003, installing programmable logic controllers (PLCs) for industrial clients.Many PLCs can be programmed using ladder logic, which originally was nothing more than a schematic for wiring together electromechanical relays.John has had some bad experiences programming PLCs with software implementing function block diagrams.“Where there is a choice, there is a problem.”After testing out several other podcast concepts, John launched the Pragmatic podcast to cover engineering topics in a practical and actionable manner.John mentions the Hypercritical blog, written by John Siracusa.Carmen is excited to read the recent OS X 10.10 Yosemite review that John Siracusa wrote for Ars Technica.“Engineering is all about tradeoffs.”In additional to covering technical topics, John’s podcast sometimes covers non-technical issues like weather forecasting and coffee.John reveals that he loves using whiteboards.A live chat room has recently been added as a feature of the Pragmatic podcast. Jeff doesn’t think he could handle the additional cognitive load while recording interviews.We’ve gone meta with a podcast about podcasting!John occasionally gets requests for career advice, although many times engineers write in to simply point out technical errors.According to our guest, engineers can change the world by providing reliable services and infrastructure that will improve people’s lives.John can be found on Twitter as @JohnChidgey and @PragmaticShow. His podcast is Pragmatic, and his website is Tech Distortion.Thanks to Daniel Oines for the untitled photo of a crescent wrench. Podcast theme music by Paul Stevenson.
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Dave Hamilton, co-founder of The Mac Observer and co-host of the Mac Geek Gab Podcast stops by to chat with David and Katie about running an online publication, his tricked out podcasting setup, being a musician, Mac maintenance and more.
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Surge protector – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Skype – Free internet calls and online cheap calls to phones and mobiles
Gnutella – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Basecamp is everyone’s favorite project management app.
Slack: Be less busy
Rogue Amoeba | Audio Hijack Pro: Record Any Audio On Mac OS X
WashingMachine | Clean Up Your Mac With Best Mac Cleaner
Download OnyX for Mac – Maintenance and optimization tool. MacUpdate.com
MacPaw: The Best Mac Cleaner Software: CleanMyMac 2, CleanMyDrive, Gemini
Cocktail – A perfect mixture for Mac OS X
Adam Curry – curry.com: Adam Curry – curry.com
Daily Source Code – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dynamic range compression – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Outboard gear – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Noise gate – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Home Recording Weekly: Using Expanders in audio
MPU 049: Mac Maintenance | Mac Power Users
Mac Maintenance Guide at the Mac Attack — MacSparky
Unix – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Welcome to AgileBits
iStat Menus, a Mac app by Bjango
Raging Menace – MenuMeters
Bartender | Mac Menu Bar Item Control
Keyboard Maestro 6.4: Work Faster with Macros for Mac OS X
SaneBox – Email Management for Any Inbox
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Synology – Network Attached Storage (NAS)
Plex – Plex Media Server: Your Media on all of Your Devices – Plex.tv
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