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On Podcasting with Shane Hastie, InfoQ

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On this week's episode, we get a bit meta and interview the interviewer...join us as we sit down to chat with Shane Hastie, who is the podcast host for the InfoQ Culture and Methods show.  We discuss podcast hosting ups and downs, surprises, and then we get a chance to actually pick SHANE'S brain about what books/topics/thinkers are relevant and interesting in our field.  Enjoy!

https://www.infoq.com/profile/Shane-Hastie/

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