Hey there, Hackers 👋 Tash here. I'm into editorial, podcast, and writing here at Hacker Noon.
A special episode recently recorded in London: Hacker Noon CEO David Smooke in conversation with Hacker Noon’s CPO Dane Lyons, and Full Stack Developer, Austin Pocus. They discuss Hacker Noon 2.0’s progress, the tribulations involved, and what they’d like to see in the final product.
“On the reader side, we want to optimize for time spent reading, and on the writer side we want to optimize for words published.” — Dane Lyons
In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Ben Forgan from Magic.co, you get to discover how the decentralized technology will help us to connect to the Internet in the future.
“The network design kind of by default will implement VPN functionality. So, you are ideally able to access a broader range of hot spots and access points. And you are also able to do some more securely and more privately. This is the goal. “
In this episode Trent Lapinski interviews Robert Adamson, you get to discover Rob’s recent app which helps you to identify aliens and learn about ancient civilizations and how we can use AI and machine learning to rediscover our past.
“Something is not real, something about this whole reality thing, is not right. And so simulated reality is a theory that we are living in the computer simulation. The Earth as we know it is really simulated, some really advanced civilizations in the future could not computered in.”
In this episode Linh Dao Smooke, COO of Hacker Noon, and Chris Castig, host of the Learn How to Code podcast, discuss Hacker Noon’s new trajectory from June 2019 and Hacker Noon from a community perspective.
“We’re looking at Hacker Noon content as having three niches. We have the blockchain, bitcoin, cryptocurrency people. We have the general tech, startup people. And then we have software development. Software is where we started, so it’s always dear to our heart.”
P.S. Which episode of which podcast first got you into podcasts? I’m compiling a 101 Podcasts to Hear Before You Die list and I’d love to know what you think should be on it.