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Aliens Land Here

By Richard Kalling, Mark El-Wakil

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A podcast about tech, cars, software development, and nostalgia. (But oddly, not aliens)

Customer Reviews

Aliens Land Here: The Short Review

ALH is a podcast with a good mix of geeky topics discussed by two congenial fellows. The recording quality is great and the format is kinda roundtable, kinda dual-interview style, with a lot of question-answer type conversations. This means there isn't much "talking over each other", which makes it less of a conversation, per se, but helps the listener to follow along better. The chatter is relaxed and friendly, and I look forward to more episodes.

Minor critiques: It needs some music ;) and a more formalized podcast-y structure. Right now, it kind of seems like a mish-mash of sections without a discernible, predictable intro ("welcome to ALH. I'm blah...) and outro (there's more discussion after the sign-off?) where they might be expected.


This podcast is geeky and nature but explores both the human side of geeky related subjects and how to best support up and coming programmers.

Give it a shot. The first episode is a little rough, but it gets much smoother and better by the end of the second episode. Give it a shot, I like how this is more of a discussion instead of people shouting over each other.

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