February 6th, 2020 | 1 hr 2 mins
aerospace, cold emailing, dogs, horses, interviewing, mentoring, options trading, public speaking, remote work, running, show jumping, writing
Molly Struve is a Lead Site Reliability Engineer. During her time working in the software industry, she has had the opportunity to work on some challenging problems. When not making systems run faster, she can be found fulfilling her need for speed by riding and jumping her show horses.
November 28th, 2019 | 1 hr 1 min
art, biology, humanitarianism, relationships, running, sleep, writing
Tim is an open source developer from New Zealand. He is a member of the Juju project's core team at Canonical and enjoys sharing how to make developers' lives simpler. His professional passion is data science, especially natural language processing. His recent experience has involved leading big data software projects, running training and outreach programs, and promoting open data. He's founded multiple startups and has also had several years in the public sector.
March 14th, 2019 | 58 mins 49 secs
cars, learning, off grid living, philosophy, running, teaching, woodworking
Pixel maker and minimalist. Žan makes mobile apps that look good and solve problems between humans and apps. He's also recommended by 4 out of 5 people that recommend things.
January 17th, 2019 | 58 mins 55 secs
climbing, cycling, organizing, running, traveling
Joren is doing Ruby for about 10 year now and from the beginning he also got involved in the Ruby community in Belgium. First by organising ArrrrCamp and then taking over the monthly usergroup now known as Ruby Belgium. Since a couple of years he also fell in love with running. It even went that far that he's now preparing for his second marathon. Next to that he does almost all of his commuting on bike which he also uses to travel on as many beautiful places he can. In all of the things he does he tries to follow one simple rule: "Don't complain, suggest what's better".
November 8th, 2018 | 1 hr 5 mins
bmw, cars, podcasting, running, youtube
Casey is one third of the Accidental Tech Podcast. He's also a host of the Analog(ue) podcast. Besides podcasting he's trying to make it big in the YouTube world and is writing a fantastic blog.
September 27th, 2018 | 59 mins 40 secs
books, illustrating, organizing, public speaking, rails girls, running, teaching
Linda is the author and illustrator of Hello Ruby, a children’s picture book about the whimsical world of computers, as well as the founder of Rails Girls, a global movement to teach young women programming in over 260 cities. She loves Muji, Zelda Fitzgerald, software and sparkly things.
May 24th, 2018 | 1 hr 43 secs
curling, cycling, data mining, improv, orange, running
Ajda Pretnar is a computational anthropologist, a tester, doc writer and an occasional developer of Orange data mining software. She teaches data mining online (YT) and offline. When she is not working, you can find her biking up a hill, running around a forest or sweeping in front of a curling stone.
April 26th, 2018 | 56 mins 35 secs
flying, freelancing, paragliding, pricing, running, skydiving, wordpress
Tomaž is the founder Codeable, where he’s responsible for product development and promotion. You might find him at a WordPress conference or UX workshop, where he’s trying to learn about users’ habits as much as possible. In his free time, he spends time with his wife and four children, jumps out of perfectly working airplanes and enjoys a good movie.
March 15th, 2018 | 1 hr 41 secs
blog, books, boosted boards, digital nomad, longboarding, marathon, running, writing
Swizec Teller is a geek with a hat (and parrot). Author of Why Programmers Work at Night and React+D3v4 and hopefully more coming soon, he does many things outside coding. Like boxing, running, and standing on an electric longboard like something out of XKCD.