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Jan 05 2012

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ThinkRelevance: The Podcast - Episode 002 - David Liebke on Avout

Hello, and welcome to the second episode of ThinkRelevance: The Podcast. We had so much fun last time that we thought we'd do it again! This time, we talk to David Liebke (@liebke), a developer here at Relevance. The main thrust of our conversation centers on Avout, a Clojure library for managing distributed state in a consistent manner. Avout is pretty cool, and we get to hear David explain it, as well as talk a bit about the source of the names of all David's projects, the book Anathem.

Download the episode here.

In other exciting news, the show now has an actual feed, just like a real, grown-up podcast. You can find it at http://feeds.feedburner.com/thinkrelevance/podcast. I'll work on getting the show added to iTunes as the next step.

Also, I believe I forgot to mention this last time, but please send feedback about the show to podcast@thinkrelevance.com. Thanks for listening!

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Dec 19 2011

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ThinkRelevance: The Podcast - Episode 001

Relevance is a fascinating place to work. The primary reason for that, in my opinion, is the great people that work there. I find I'm constantly having interesting conversations with my coworkers, and it's not always about tech stuff. More than once I've had a random hallway conversation and thought, "Wow, if I had recorded that, it would make a pretty good podcast episode."

So that's what I'm doing. On a roughly weekly basis, I'm going to be releasing conversations with the people I am privileged to work with. We've got no set agenda: just have an interesting conversation about whatever people want to talk about.

As this is our first episode, I'm still figuring out how to do all the usual podcast stuff, like getting it on iTunes, creating a feed, and all that jazz. So for our inaugural episode, we're just going with a simple download link. I'll get all the fancy podcast stuff figured out, soon, I promise.

In this episode, I talk with Justin Gehtland, who's sort of our CEO (he explains the "sort of" in the episode). As is always the case when talking to Justin, it was a fun conversation. I hope you'll agree.

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We mention a lot of people in the podcast. Here's a list of where to find them on the web:

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