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The Art of Computers with Scott Hanselman

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Scott Hanselman is a developer who has been blogging for 18+ years at hanselman.com. He works in open source on cross-platform .NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland. His most recent podcast, hanselminutes.com has over 725 episodes of fresh tech from fresh faces. He's written a number of books and spoken in-person to nearly a million developers worldwide. Scott loves code, open source, the open web, STEM, Beyoncé, and podcasting with inclusive tech talk!

Here is a download link to the talk slides (PDF)

This talk will be presented as part of CodeLand:Distributed on July 23. After the talk is streamed as part of the conference, it will be added to this post as a recorded video.

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Scott is a web developer who has been blogging at https://hanselman.com for over a decade. He works in Open Source on ASP.NET and the Azure Cloud for Microsoft out of his home office in Portland,


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I am really interested in this talk , it will be recorded ? it will be on 5 AM for me.


It was an amazing talk @elkhatibomar , you should definitely be sure you watch it when it's available!


Yes, all the talks are being recorded! :)


Thanks for coming back with some more nuggets Scott!


It's very frustrating when the aliens mess with my breakfast.


Scott triggered our Amazon Echo 😭


Really like the lighting you have going on in your room Scott.


That shirt is pretty awesome, too.


analogies are the best way to reel in future programmers; great approach!


Pure perfection, Scott! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and reminding us that everyone is welcome, everyone can learn and improve!


Oh man I was in a company where that was frowned upon.


OMG! I'm speechless after that talk!! That just hit very close to home. Specially the Sir Tim Berners Lee part 😭


I swear pattern recognition has to be one of the greatest problem solving skills!


What a great talk, thank you Scott!


My favorite developer, Scott Hanselman! You're amazing sir!


That slide with the debugging steps is gold! I can relate to it so much!