Interviews with Technical People is a podcast that discusses a unique STEM topic each episode through interviews with people participating in those fields. Join us as we broaden our knowledge horizons through dialogue with experts in various fields, hosted by John Robertson and James Havu. Follow our updates on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/InterviewsWithTechnicalPeople
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Great interviews by great people on a broad range of technical topics. Worth listening and learning!
I’m really enjoying this podcast! Lots of stuff that it above my pay grade but great questions that I can understand and learn from. I live learning and I learn a lot from these two and this podcast!!! Thanks!!
I wish I could recommend somewhere to start but it’s all so good. I’m a future of work geek and so I love all these glimpses into different fields, keep these coming please 🙏🏼
Intriguing glimpse into various technical fields and a humbling look into the lives of colleagues and their individual journeys. Well done!
Love this podcast. Very interesting
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Interviews with Technical People launched a year ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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