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Future of Coding

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The Future of Coding is a podcast and open-source research project by Steve Krouse towards democratizing computation and building the next generation of software development interfaces. Learn more at http://futureofcoding.org

Latest Episodes

Welcome to the Future of Coding

futureofcoding.org @stevekrouse

3 MIN2017 JUL 14
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Welcome to the Future of Coding

Research Recap - A Year in Review

Let me get you up to speed with my research projects over the past year. You can read more about my projects here and hereand about WoofJS here. You can find more notes about this episode athttp://futureofcoding.org/episodes/2-research-recap.html

53 MIN2017 JUL 20
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Research Recap - A Year in Review

Jonathan Leung on Inventing on Principle

My friend Jonathan and I discuss various design goals that I try to keep in mind while doing user interface research. You can find notes from this episode athttp://futureofcoding.org/episodes/3-jonathan-leung-on-inventing-on-principle.html

82 MIN2017 JUL 22
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Jonathan Leung on Inventing on Principle

Research Recap Two

Learn about what I did over the last two weeks! Notes here: http://futureofcoding.org/episodes/4-research-recap-two.html

44 MIN2017 JUL 31
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Research Recap Two

Samantha John Of Hopscotch On Learnable Programming

In this episode, I chat with Samantha John (@saj0hn), cofounder and CEO of Hopscoth (@hopscotch), the award-winning iPad and iPhone app that allows kids to learn to code and share their projects with the Hopscotch community. Learn more at futureofcoding.org.

59 MIN2017 AUG 11
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Samantha John Of Hopscotch On Learnable Programming

Research Recap Three (WoofJS Workflow)

Over the last two weeks I had a suprise trip to Boston to meet with other researchers in this space. In preperation for the event, I spent most of the last two weeks building the WoofJS Workflow prototype. Notes here:http://futureofcoding.org/episodes/6-research-recap-three.html

26 MIN2017 AUG 24
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Research Recap Three (WoofJS Workflow)

Looker's Lloyd Tabb on Growing Languages Through Deprecation

In this episode, I speak with Lloyd Tabb, co-founder and CTO of Looker, a data analytics platform build around a SQL modeling langauge, LookML. He talks about how he created a successful business around a language, and how he continually improves the language through deprecation.

69 MIN2017 AUG 25
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Looker's Lloyd Tabb on Growing Languages Through Deprecation

Research Recap Four

After coming back from Boston, I did a deep dive into Jonathan Edwards, Jaime Brandon, Conal Elliot, as well as spending a full day reviewing Eve (Chris Granger). Towards the end of the week, I released a simple prototype for StreamSheets and send it over to Andre Staltz for ideas and feedback. Notes here:http://futureofcoding.org/journal#research-recap-4

38 MIN2017 AUG 28
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Research Recap Four

Research Recap Five

The last two-week-research-cycle was my most productive yet! In this recap, I debreif my Alan Kay deep dive, discuss tweaking my schedule after reading Peak, review conversations with Jaime Brandon and Dan Scanlon, read aloud my thoughts on proper computer use patterns and my prototype idea LogicHub, recap my early morning meeting with CycleJS creator Andre Staltz, and discuss the next steps for my StreamSheets prototype (which is why I'm putting my Bret Victor deep dive on pause). If you were able to follow all that, my hat is off to you. I barely made it through the recording and episode of this episode alive. If you need help pieceing this episode together, you can find the notes on my website:/futureofcoding.org/episodes/9-research-recap-five.html

75 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Research Recap Five

Unison's Paul Chiusano on how Abstraction Will Save Distributed Computing

In this episode I speak with Paul Chiusano (@pchiusano), creator of Unison, about his ambitious vision for the future, where we can abstract over distributed computing, and there are no apps.

85 MIN2017 SEP 13
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Unison's Paul Chiusano on how Abstraction Will Save Distributed Computing

Latest Episodes

Welcome to the Future of Coding

futureofcoding.org @stevekrouse

3 MIN2017 JUL 14
Comments
Welcome to the Future of Coding

Research Recap - A Year in Review

Let me get you up to speed with my research projects over the past year. You can read more about my projects here and hereand about WoofJS here. You can find more notes about this episode athttp://futureofcoding.org/episodes/2-research-recap.html

53 MIN2017 JUL 20
Comments
Research Recap - A Year in Review

Jonathan Leung on Inventing on Principle

My friend Jonathan and I discuss various design goals that I try to keep in mind while doing user interface research. You can find notes from this episode athttp://futureofcoding.org/episodes/3-jonathan-leung-on-inventing-on-principle.html

82 MIN2017 JUL 22
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Jonathan Leung on Inventing on Principle

Research Recap Two

Learn about what I did over the last two weeks! Notes here: http://futureofcoding.org/episodes/4-research-recap-two.html

44 MIN2017 JUL 31
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Research Recap Two

Samantha John Of Hopscotch On Learnable Programming

In this episode, I chat with Samantha John (@saj0hn), cofounder and CEO of Hopscoth (@hopscotch), the award-winning iPad and iPhone app that allows kids to learn to code and share their projects with the Hopscotch community. Learn more at futureofcoding.org.

59 MIN2017 AUG 11
Comments
Samantha John Of Hopscotch On Learnable Programming

Research Recap Three (WoofJS Workflow)

Over the last two weeks I had a suprise trip to Boston to meet with other researchers in this space. In preperation for the event, I spent most of the last two weeks building the WoofJS Workflow prototype. Notes here:http://futureofcoding.org/episodes/6-research-recap-three.html

26 MIN2017 AUG 24
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Research Recap Three (WoofJS Workflow)

Looker's Lloyd Tabb on Growing Languages Through Deprecation

In this episode, I speak with Lloyd Tabb, co-founder and CTO of Looker, a data analytics platform build around a SQL modeling langauge, LookML. He talks about how he created a successful business around a language, and how he continually improves the language through deprecation.

69 MIN2017 AUG 25
Comments
Looker's Lloyd Tabb on Growing Languages Through Deprecation

Research Recap Four

After coming back from Boston, I did a deep dive into Jonathan Edwards, Jaime Brandon, Conal Elliot, as well as spending a full day reviewing Eve (Chris Granger). Towards the end of the week, I released a simple prototype for StreamSheets and send it over to Andre Staltz for ideas and feedback. Notes here:http://futureofcoding.org/journal#research-recap-4

38 MIN2017 AUG 28
Comments
Research Recap Four

Research Recap Five

The last two-week-research-cycle was my most productive yet! In this recap, I debreif my Alan Kay deep dive, discuss tweaking my schedule after reading Peak, review conversations with Jaime Brandon and Dan Scanlon, read aloud my thoughts on proper computer use patterns and my prototype idea LogicHub, recap my early morning meeting with CycleJS creator Andre Staltz, and discuss the next steps for my StreamSheets prototype (which is why I'm putting my Bret Victor deep dive on pause). If you were able to follow all that, my hat is off to you. I barely made it through the recording and episode of this episode alive. If you need help pieceing this episode together, you can find the notes on my website:/futureofcoding.org/episodes/9-research-recap-five.html

75 MIN2017 SEP 12
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Research Recap Five

Unison's Paul Chiusano on how Abstraction Will Save Distributed Computing

In this episode I speak with Paul Chiusano (@pchiusano), creator of Unison, about his ambitious vision for the future, where we can abstract over distributed computing, and there are no apps.

85 MIN2017 SEP 13
Comments
Unison's Paul Chiusano on how Abstraction Will Save Distributed Computing
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