By David Monaghan
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meant as constructive criticism
This podcast needs structure, a script, and some good handy notes to take off- the speaker doesn't have phone numbers at the ready and DOESN"T EDIT OUT downtime where he looks for notes etc. If you giver a URL, check to make sure the link works, write it clearly into the scripted portion of your podcast and then speak it clearly. The speaker seems to have some knowledge, but this is a presentation format and a little editing goes a long way. What about importing your sound files into Audacity, a free program that allows file conversion into a number of acceptable formats after you cut out ums and fumbles for the paper?
I've been listening for quite a while
Thanks for what you folks do!
I started listening back in 2011, and I loved your mix of depth and approachability.
A couple of years later, I've gotten my first job as a developer, and I still love your show for the same reason. I also like the new features that you've added, and I like that you keep your topics fresh.
I know that you both devote a lot of personal time to making this show for all of us listeners, and I really want to genuinely thank you.
Please work on quality control
Podcast hosts and recording quality need some real work. For a technology podcast it reflects badly to have bad quality of technology being used to record. It is a podcast, not a radio show. There should be a higher standard given to a final project that has editing available. It has potential which is why it's so frustrating that little pieces that could be easily fixed are left in.
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