Simon Willison’s Weblog

9 items tagged “podcast”

2021

The Untold Story of SQLite With Richard Hipp. This is a really interesting interview with SQLite creator D. Richard Hipp—it covers all sorts of aspects of the SQLite story I hadn’t heard before, from its inspiration by a software challenge on a battleship to the first income from clients such as AOL and Symbian to the formation of the SQLite Consortium (based on advice from Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker) and more. # 16th July 2021, 8:12 pm

2020

Develomentor podcast: Simon Willison – Data Journalism, The Importance of Side Projects (via) Grant Ingersoll interviewed me for the Develomentor podcast. We talked about my career so far, and how much of it was driven by side-projects that I’ve worked on individually or with Natalie. # 17th July 2020, 1:33 am

2018

Notes from my appearance on the Changelog podcast

After I spoke at Zeit Day SF last weekend I sat down with Adam Stacoviak to record a 25 minute segment for episode 296 of the Changelog podcast, talking about Datasette. We covered a lot of ground!

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2008

This Week in Django. After 33 episodes Django’s usually-weekly podcast finally has its own website. # 14th August 2008, 2:57 pm

Open Web Podcast Episode 1. I haven’t listened yet, but Alex Russell, John Resig and Dion Almaer all at once? Awesome. # 8th August 2008, 11:59 pm

FLOSS Weekly 34: Django. Randal Schwartz interviewed Jacob Kaplan-Moss at OSCON for the consistently excellent FLOSS Weekly podcast. # 27th July 2008, 9:47 am

The end of LugRadio. Wow. LugRadio was a podcast before the term podcast had even been coined. It will be sorely missed. # 30th June 2008, 2:03 pm

This Week in Django podcast. Michael Trier’s been doing a really fantastic job putting together a Django podcast. The most recent episode (number 4) includes an update on the newforms-admin branch and a couple of handy tips. # 1st January 2008, 10:44 am

2007

Hanselminutes Podcast on OpenID. Good podcast discussion on OpenID, from a .NET developer’s perspective. # 9th February 2007, 9:19 am