The enthusiastic amateur is a show about people, and their passions.
It is a show with two different, but connected motivations. The first is to highlight people working enthusiastically on a subject in their spare time. The second is for those of you enthusiastic about a topic yourselves, and to give you what you need to know to get started.
In this first episode of The Enthusiastic amateur I speak with Sinclair Target of the two-bit history blog telling you some of what you need to know about computing history.
The Rise and Demise of RSS
What Did Ada Lovelace's Program Actually Do?
Whatever Happened to the Semantic Web?
And so much more.
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