podcast June 12, 2020

Podcast 243: Turn on, tune in, drop out, log off

This week, we chat about Cloudflare.tv and Github Classroom.
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Director of Content

What if the future of great discussion around software looks like broadcast television from the last century? And what if the next generation of students think in pull requests and commits instead of book reviews and pop quizzes?

Episode Notes

This week on the pod, we chat about Cloudflare.tv, a 24/7 streaming channel dedicated to discussions of software, startups, and technology. 

We also dig into a new offering called Github Classroom. Do pedagogy and programming mix well? Can this approach to collaborative work be useful beyond the computer science classroom?

So, you want to delete half your database? Well, I can guarantee this method will delete about half your database…most of the time. Thanks, as always, to our Lifeboat badge winner of the week!

If you would like a written transcript of this episode, it’s available here.

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