Pragmatic

CURRENT

Pragmatic

Pragmatic is a discussion show contemplating the practical application of technology. Exploring the real world trade offs we look at how great ideas are transformed into products and services that can change our lives. Nothing is as simple as it seems.


Show Blog

Total Listening Time: 5 days, 5 hours, 25 minutes and 29 seconds.

SUBSCRIBE PREMIUM* PATREON BREAKER
*Premium subscriptions are ad-free, released early and have back-catalogues of previous episodes
SUPPORT PATREON PAYPAL ME
CONTACT FEEDBACK FEDIVERSE TWITTER
SUBSCRIBE FREE RSS ITUNES SPOTIFY GOOGLE PLAY STITCHER IHEART RADIO TUNEIN RADIO OVERCAST POCKETCASTS CASTRO

Latest Episode

Episode 90: Agile

25 January, 2019

Waterfall development is being overtaken Agile and in only two decades its popularity continues to grow. Casey Liss weighs in on the pros and cons of Agile while we look at where it’s best to use it and what can help to make Agile work.

With Casey Liss and John Chidgey.

Episode Gold Producer: 'r'.

Episode 75: Rollercoasters

13 September, 2016

A lot of people love Rollercoasters including the hosts of the show. We look at the history, evolution and revolution of these amazing thrill rides.

With Vic Hudson and John Chidgey.


Episode 74: Vics 20

22 July, 2016

It’s all about Vic! He takes us through his history of programming for slightly more than 20 minutes.

With Vic Hudson and John Chidgey.


Weighing up the cycles of driving vs public transport and Windows to Mac and back again.

With Vic Hudson and John Chidgey.


Episode 72: So Much Noise

10 April, 2016

Noise as a term is widely misused and misunderstood. Carmen joins John to sort out the signal from the noise.

With Carmen Parisi and John Chidgey.


Episode 71: Off The Rails

18 March, 2016

Trains and roads look like they have lots in common but the trade-offs in signalling and network design are completely different, and horrendously inconsistent.

With Vic Hudson and John Chidgey.


Acknowledgements
  • Intro music for all episodes credit to Ludwig Van Beethoven: Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor (WoO 59 and Bia 515) “Für Elise” performed in 2000 by John Chidgey on my beloved K. Kawai GE-1A that I no longer have (SOB)
  • Outro music to Markus Kaarlonen from his original MOD file SpaceDeb.MOD