Host Nono Martínez Alonso and Nate Peters on the machine learning-based audio-editing solution this podcast is being produced with, web components, React and UI libraries, the effects of COVID-19 in our work lives, NFTs and cryptocurrencies, and the new informal catch-up conversation podcast format we're testing out.
Nono hosts the Getting Simple podcast, sketches things that call his attention, writes stories about enjoying a slower life, and records live streams and tutorials on creative coding and machine intelligence.
Nate works as a software engineer for Autodesk. Before joining Autodesk, he earned his Master of Design Studies in Technology at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture at Iowa State University.
- Audio Hijack and Loopback by Rogue Amoeba
- Adobe Audition
- perfect-freehand by Steve Ruiz
- Yjs, y-websocket & y-webrtc
- Perlin noise
- Pen plotter
- React Hooks
- React Router
- React Three Fiber
- How Figma’s multiplayer technology works
- Material UI
- Lex Fridman podcast
- Travis Oliphant on Lex Fridman
- NumPy & SciPy
- Zero Knowledge Proof
- Intro. [00:00]
- Announcements. [00:33]
- Start. [01:22]
- Descript: Machine-learning-based audio editing. [03:53]
- Studio Sound. [09:40]
- What's that little UI library? [11:37]
- CRDT, Yjs, WebSocket, and WebRTC. [13:41]
- React hooks. [19:40]
- UI libraries. [21:39]
- Technical conversations. [23:48]
- COVID-19. [25:44]
- Podcast format. [28:11]
- NFTs and cryptocurrencies. [28:41]
- Outro. [29:53]
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