September 22, 2020
Problem solving — technologists do it differently.™ Natasha Nel asks 5 top Hacker Noon Contributors to share their secret problem-solving frameworks, so that we can all learn to think like devs, during a time in which troubleshooting skills couldn't be more coveted.
IN THIS PODCAST:
🎬 (02:55) Rishabh Anand on why a whiteboard helps with problem solving, and finding your own path forward
📝 (05:38) Ryan Dawson on figuring out the business objectives behind problems, the agile method, and seeking out meaningful feedback
🐛 (06:46) Paul Bailey with two frameworks for debugging — as a programmer —as well as an AI named Jane
💠 (10:55) Aditi Bhatnagar on doing the research and connecting the dots
🍔 (12:48) Alexey Grigorev on the MoSCoW method, the 80/20 rule, and much, much more
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September 8, 2020
Natasha Nel asks 10 of Hacker Noon’s Top Contributors to weigh in with their strategic tech predictions for 2021 — expect a briefing on everything from recession startups and (self) edtech to AI applied to end Covid-19 and the commoditization of Machine Learning.
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May 21, 2019
Episode 45 of the Hacker Noon Podcast: An interview with Jonathan Stray, computational journalist and researcher at Columbia Journalism School.
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In this episode Cris Beasley interviews Jonathan Stray, computational journalist, data scientist, researcher at Columbia Journalism School and a fellow at the Institute for The Future.
You get to meet the creator of Workbench, the tool for analyzing big data without any coding experience necessary.
"I identify as a computational journalist and I tell people it's two things. It's using computational techniques to do stories and doing stories about how computation and algorithms are affecting Society.”
“One direction might be using data science for investigative journalism. And the other direction might be, for example, looking into how machine learning is being used to decide who has to stay in jail before their trial.”
— Jonathan Stray
Production and music by Derek Bernard - haberdasherband.com/production
Host: Cris Beasley - https://hackernoon.com/@crisbeasley
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