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Sep 28 2012
Sep 28

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In this innaugural episode of The Creative Process, Jared Ponchot and Jeff Robbins discuss the creative process behind creating ... this very podcast! They also discuss creative block, design, group dynamics, business, song writing, and a host of other related topics.

Release Date: September 28, 2012 - 6:13pm

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Length: 34:33 minutes (23.75 MB)

Format: stereo 44kHz 96Kbps (cbr)

Jul 21 2009
Jul 21

I'm a bit late in linking to a podcast interview that I had the pleasure of being on recently.

DrupalEasy, an organization focused on training and consulting around making Drupal easier to use, runs a podcast interviewing various folks in the Drupal community. My interview was about my work on Drupal, my business in general, Cocoa desktop and iPhone work, my Drupalcon presentation, my career history (in brief), and a lot more.

I had a great time being interviewed by Ryan and I hope you'll take a listen!

http://codesorcery.net/trackback/235

Oct 15 2008
Oct 15

I recently had the pleasure of participating in the excellent Mac Developer Roundtable podcast, where the featured topic was open source software. I've been involved in open source software myself for about ten years, so it was great to, first, be asked onto the show, but also, to share my experiences and knowledge -- not to mention, to "meet" and discuss software with some great fellow Mac developers!

This podcast was particularly satisfying because it brought together the two main halves of my business -- Cocoa and Mac development, where I tend to use open source software, and Drupal and web development, where I tend to contribute open source software.

So, have a listen to the show and if you'd like to check out my main open source efforts, I have an info page with more details.

http://codesorcery.net/trackback/152

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