The Hello World Podcast
Episode 72: Rob Hale

Rob Hale has over 20 years of software development experience creating solutions for a variety of industries including health and human services, ecommerce, and energy. He currently serves as a Principle Software Engineer at Renewable NRG Systems in Hinesburg, Vermont (http://www.renewablenrgsystems.com/). Rob has presented to user groups in the northeast and the occasional small conference.
Building effective communities and teams is a passion of Rob's. He is co-founder of the Vermont Code Camp (http://www.vtcodecamp.org/), co-organizer of the Vermont Coders Connection (http://www.meetup.com/VTCode/), and co-organizer/emcee of HackVT (http://www.hackvt.com/) an annual hackathon in the state of Vermont.
Rob is the proud father of two sons and husband to his wonderful wife. Follow him on Twitter at @rob_hale_vt

Direct download: Episode72.mp3
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Episode 71: Miguel de Icaza

Miguel de Icaza, co-founder and CTO of Ximian, is one of the foremost luminaries in the Linux development community and one of the world's most prominent advocates for Free Software. Before co-founding Ximian, Miguel was instrumental in the development of Linux for SPARC systems and the Midnight Commander file manager. Miguel is the founder and President of the GNOME Foundation. He was also the first recipient of the prestigious MIT Innovator of the Year award in 1999. Miguel has galvanized Ximian's efforts to make Linux accessible and available to the average computer user, and continues to reach out globally by working with international organizations such as eMexico to introduce affordable technology alternatives, like Linux, to other nations.

Direct download: Episode71.mp3
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