The Alfa Coding Podcast
Illustrious devs and bright topics, hosted by @osdotsystem
Touches Python, freelancing, career, dev and OpenSource
#5. Business, The Serious Side of Python
Bojan Miletic (twitter) guest
Mostafa Moradian (twitter) co-host
Senior software engineer at k6.io and Grafana, specialised in load testing
Learn about running an MLops business with Bojan Miletic!
#4. The Passion For Python
Michael Driscoll (twitter) guest
Celebrated figure in the Python community
Michael Driscoll has been a Python fan since the days PyPI did not yet exist. He is an author, blogger and tinkerer. He runs PyDev of The Week. He needs no introduction. This episode interviews Python world’s interviewer!
#3. 14 Years Old And Teaching Typing To The World
Arian Mollick Wasi / WasiMaster (twitter) guest
Pypi cmd and Typesplainer maintainer
A casual chat with the maintainer of the pypi commandline package and typesplainer. A dive into his journey into tech and how he tackles projects. We talk along the way of a discord.py/nextcord visual code extension, mypy from the programming interface and a linter specifically for discord bots projects. We also get to hear the secret behind recipe behind awesome projects!
#2. Knowledge Transfer in OpenSource
Dr. Carl Friedrich Bolz-Tereick (twitter) guest
Long time Pypy core developer
Batuhan Taskaya (twitter) co-host
CPython and Pypy core developer
This podcast features two Pypy and one CPython core devs. Projects like Pypy and CPython are complex undertakings. Even to start contributing, people are intimidated. As maintainers of such projects, the amount of knowledge accumulated over the years is just huge. This episode explores the history and evoltion of Pypy. It debunks the myth of it’s difficult to contribute to Pypy. It covers efforts undertaken to help people get initiated and progress. We also get to listen to Bahutan’s own experience of being onboarded to the Pypy project. It also contrasts the Pypy experience with the CPython one. You also get a lots of Pythonista gems along the way. A dream podcast for me!
#1. Breaking Into Tech: The Traditional Way v/s OpenSource
Osmar Mansoor (twitter) guest
Amazon engineering manager. Ex-Apple, Uber, Microsoft
Osmar Mansoor has had a rich career at big tech companies. Now an Engineering Manager at Amazon, he has been at Apple, Uber and Microsoft. Me i owe my path 100 percent to OpenSource. The episode covers the normal break into tech path preparation as well as illustrates how OpenSource can be an incredible shortcut. It also covers the evolution of tech back then and now. It’s a breal break into tech podcast!