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Zig's VP of Community
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0:42Abner Coimbre: Welcome to the podcast, with a plug of The Race to Replace C and C++1
0:42Abner Coimbre: Welcome to the podcast, with a plug of The Race to Replace C and C++1
0:42Abner Coimbre: Welcome to the podcast, with a plug of The Race to Replace C and C++1
1:39Loris Cro: Hello hello hello
1:39Loris Cro: Hello hello hello
1:39Loris Cro: Hello hello hello
1:42AC: Give us a window into your professional past
1:42AC: Give us a window into your professional past
1:42AC: Give us a window into your professional past
1:48LC: Studying computer science specialising in bioinformatics, then working as a data engineer in criminology, consultant in Singapore, developer advocate at Redis Labs, and now VP of Community at the Zig Software Foundation with Andrew Kelley and creator and host of Zig Showtime2
1:48LC: Studying computer science specialising in bioinformatics, then working as a data engineer in criminology, consultant in Singapore, developer advocate at Redis Labs, and now VP of Community at the Zig Software Foundation with Andrew Kelley and creator and host of Zig Showtime2
1:48LC: Studying computer science specialising in bioinformatics, then working as a data engineer in criminology, consultant in Singapore, developer advocate at Redis Labs, and now VP of Community at the Zig Software Foundation with Andrew Kelley and creator and host of Zig Showtime2
2:50AC: Has developer advocacy been a lifelong passion of yours?
2:50AC: Has developer advocacy been a lifelong passion of yours?
2:50AC: Has developer advocacy been a lifelong passion of yours?
3:19LC: Becoming a developer advocate, having previously struggled to write prose and suffered from depression
3:19LC: Becoming a developer advocate, having previously struggled to write prose and suffered from depression
3:19LC: Becoming a developer advocate, having previously struggled to write prose and suffered from depression
7:39LC: Joining Redis Labs, having given a talk at Redis Conf3 and written the article 'Redis: How Probabilistic Data Structures Support State-of-the-Art Apps'4
7:39LC: Joining Redis Labs, having given a talk at Redis Conf3 and written the article 'Redis: How Probabilistic Data Structures Support State-of-the-Art Apps'4
7:39LC: Joining Redis Labs, having given a talk at Redis Conf3 and written the article 'Redis: How Probabilistic Data Structures Support State-of-the-Art Apps'4
8:54AC: What do you do as VP of Community at Zig?
8:54AC: What do you do as VP of Community at Zig?
8:54AC: What do you do as VP of Community at Zig?
9:02LC: Personally hosting Zig Showtime5 and, as VP of Community, increasing effort spent on Zig and designing the website6
9:02LC: Personally hosting Zig Showtime5 and, as VP of Community, increasing effort spent on Zig and designing the website6
9:02LC: Personally hosting Zig Showtime5 and, as VP of Community, increasing effort spent on Zig and designing the website6
10:41AC: Admire the site7
10:41AC: Admire the site7
10:41AC: Admire the site7
10:53LC: Website lighting emoji8
10:53LC: Website lighting emoji8
10:53LC: Website lighting emoji8
11:15AC: Branding elegance
11:15AC: Branding elegance
11:15AC: Branding elegance
11:48LC: Website redesign process
11:48LC: Website redesign process
11:48LC: Website redesign process
14:36AC: Comptime concerns that a Python developer doesn't deal with9
14:36AC: Comptime concerns that a Python developer doesn't deal with9
14:36AC: Comptime concerns that a Python developer doesn't deal with9
14:50LC: The idea behind the site's Comptime section10
14:50LC: The idea behind the site's Comptime section10
14:50LC: The idea behind the site's Comptime section10
16:09AC: Mystical and intriguing feelings
16:09AC: Mystical and intriguing feelings
16:09AC: Mystical and intriguing feelings
16:39AC: Valuing systems programming, and why focus on Zig?
16:39AC: Valuing systems programming, and why focus on Zig?
16:39AC: Valuing systems programming, and why focus on Zig?
18:18LC: Software valuation universes / bubbles
18:18LC: Software valuation universes / bubbles
18:18LC: Software valuation universes / bubbles
19:48LC: Discovering Zig: 1) Loving its metaprogramming
19:48LC: Discovering Zig: 1) Loving its metaprogramming
19:48LC: Discovering Zig: 1) Loving its metaprogramming
22:49LC: Discovering Zig: 2) As a cheat-code to learn about systems programming
22:49LC: Discovering Zig: 2) As a cheat-code to learn about systems programming
22:49LC: Discovering Zig: 2) As a cheat-code to learn about systems programming
24:23AC: So Zig comes with first-class project management tools?
24:23AC: So Zig comes with first-class project management tools?
24:23AC: So Zig comes with first-class project management tools?
25:08LC: Having a limited amount of energy to spend
25:08LC: Having a limited amount of energy to spend
25:08LC: Having a limited amount of energy to spend
25:27AC: Strategies to grow the systems programming community
25:27AC: Strategies to grow the systems programming community
25:27AC: Strategies to grow the systems programming community
26:13LC: Zig's community organisation
26:13LC: Zig's community organisation
26:13LC: Zig's community organisation
31:57AC: How long have you been doing this community decentralisation?
31:57AC: How long have you been doing this community decentralisation?
31:57AC: How long have you been doing this community decentralisation?
32:05LC: It was already decentralised before I joined
32:05LC: It was already decentralised before I joined
32:05LC: It was already decentralised before I joined
34:09AC: Do you think low-level programmers are challenging their reputation for being jerks?
34:09AC: Do you think low-level programmers are challenging their reputation for being jerks?
34:09AC: Do you think low-level programmers are challenging their reputation for being jerks?
34:56LC: Andrew as a BDFL (benevolent dictator for life)
34:56LC: Andrew as a BDFL (benevolent dictator for life)
34:56LC: Andrew as a BDFL (benevolent dictator for life)
36:50LC: Empathy in computer science
36:50LC: Empathy in computer science
36:50LC: Empathy in computer science
40:35AC: Trading off technical competence and emotional connection
40:35AC: Trading off technical competence and emotional connection
40:35AC: Trading off technical competence and emotional connection
42:42LC: Empathy not as logical correctness, but as understanding what people want and not wasting words
42:42LC: Empathy not as logical correctness, but as understanding what people want and not wasting words
42:42LC: Empathy not as logical correctness, but as understanding what people want and not wasting words
45:03LC: Empathy when designing UI, API and documentation
45:03LC: Empathy when designing UI, API and documentation
45:03LC: Empathy when designing UI, API and documentation
47:43LC: Zig's zen command: "everything we do is for the end-user"
47:43LC: Zig's zen command: "everything we do is for the end-user"
47:43LC: Zig's zen command: "everything we do is for the end-user"
49:13LC: Empathy in business models and licensing
49:13LC: Empathy in business models and licensing
49:13LC: Empathy in business models and licensing
54:07LC: The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Governing Board11
54:07LC: The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Governing Board11
54:07LC: The Cloud Native Computing Foundation Governing Board11
55:29LC: Open-source is due some criticism
55:29LC: Open-source is due some criticism
55:29LC: Open-source is due some criticism
57:18AC: How do you care for the end-user and respectfully garner their support?
57:18AC: How do you care for the end-user and respectfully garner their support?
57:18AC: How do you care for the end-user and respectfully garner their support?
59:29LC: Zig as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and doing outreach by unlocking Zig's intrinsic potential
59:29LC: Zig as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and doing outreach by unlocking Zig's intrinsic potential
59:29LC: Zig as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and doing outreach by unlocking Zig's intrinsic potential
1:04:44AC: Competence and compassion and not being afraid to get involved with elegant branding
1:04:44AC: Competence and compassion and not being afraid to get involved with elegant branding
1:04:44AC: Competence and compassion and not being afraid to get involved with elegant branding
1:06:04LC: Proposal: Write a blog post on Zig and I'll provide feedback
1:06:04LC: Proposal: Write a blog post on Zig and I'll provide feedback
1:06:04LC: Proposal: Write a blog post on Zig and I'll provide feedback
1:06:31LC: Recommendation: Play Secret Hitler12
1:06:31LC: Recommendation: Play Secret Hitler12
1:06:31LC: Recommendation: Play Secret Hitler12
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