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#️⃣EP 096 - 100th Episode

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📅 2021-10-23 (860 days ago)
⌛ 1:13:16
ZainboarKartikboar
AllClipsEpisodesHas Blog PostZainThaneshKartikTorey
001
Build Break and Code
📅 2021-07-14 
(961 days ago)
⌛ 0:58:43
ZainboarKartikboar
002
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-15 
(960 days ago)
⌛ 0:53:45
ZainboarKartikboar
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Krunchmaster Kartik
Build, Break & Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
003
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-16 
(959 days ago)
⌛ 1:09:05
ZainboarKartikboar
004
Special Edition: We don't stop until we get our code working
📅 2021-07-16 
(958 days ago)
⌛ 2:27:06
ZainboarKartikboar
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Killing it
Special Edition: We don't stop until we get our code working
ZainboarKartikboar
005
Build,Break & Fix // Weekend two hour special
📅 2021-07-17 
(957 days ago)
⌛ 2:00:31
ZainboarKartikboar
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Schooling in brown countries
Build,Break & Fix // Weekend two hour special
ZainboarKartikboar
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Unprofessional Kartik
Build,Break & Fix // Weekend two hour special
ZainboarKartikboar
006
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-19 
(956 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:20
ZainboarKartikboar
007
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-20 
(955 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:37
ZainboarKartikboar
008
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-21 
(954 days ago)
⌛ 1:00:37
ZainboarKartikboar
009
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-22 
(953 days ago)
⌛ 1:17:02
ZainboarKartikboar
010
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-23 
(952 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:59
ZainboarKartikboar
011
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-23 
(951 days ago)
⌛ 1:48:16
ZainboarKartikboar
012
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-24 
(950 days ago)
⌛ 2:05:28
ZainboarKartikboar
013
Build, Break & Code //First Special Guest Appearance
📅 2021-07-26 
(949 days ago)
⌛ 1:09:09
ZainboarKartikboar
014
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-07-27 
(948 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:37
ZainboarKartikboar
015
Build, Break & Fix // Setting a blog using Hugo and AWS Amplify
📅 2021-07-28 
(947 days ago)
⌛ 1:07:46
ZainboarKartikboar
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Brain Refresh
Build, Break & Fix // Setting a blog using Hugo and AWS Amplify
ZainboarKartikboar
016
Build, Break & Fix // Working on FETCH APIs
📅 2021-07-29 
(946 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:57
ZainboarKartikboar
017
Build, Break & Fix // Working on FETCH APIs
📅 2021-07-30 
(945 days ago)
⌛ 1:06:45
ZainboarKartikboar
018
Build, Break & Fix // creating get methods with FETCH API
📅 2021-07-30 
(944 days ago)
⌛ 2:00:16
ZainboarKartikboar
019
Build, Break & Fix // BLOG REVEAL!! &Fixing our broken Hugo blog
📅 2021-07-31 
(943 days ago)
⌛ 2:03:11
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ZainboarKartikboar
020
Build, Break & Fix // Fixing the uncaught exception error in FETCH APIs
📅 2021-08-02 
(942 days ago)
⌛ 1:02:04
ZainboarKartikboar
021
Build, Break & Fix // Trying different things to resolve the error
📅 2021-08-03 
(941 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:49
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ZainboarKartikboar
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You passed the test
Build, Break & Fix // Trying different things to resolve the error
ZainboarKartikboar
022
Build, Break & Fix // Special Guest announcement for tomorrow!
📅 2021-08-04 
(940 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:15
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ZainboarKartikboar
023
Special Episode : Talking to a Principal Developer at Seek
📅 2021-08-05 
(939 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:56
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ZainboarKartikboar
024
Build, Break & Fix // Working out Software design
📅 2021-08-06 
(938 days ago)
⌛ 1:08:19
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Finger driven architecture
Build, Break & Fix // Working out Software design
ZainboarKartikboar
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Fast food driven architecture
Build, Break & Fix // Working out Software design
ZainboarKartikboar
025
Build, Break & Fix
📅 2021-08-06 
(937 days ago)
⌛ 2:01:05
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Can't be ashamed if there's never a first version
Build, Break & Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
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Not a uni student
Build, Break & Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
026
Weekend Special 1.5 hours
📅 2021-08-08 
(936 days ago)
⌛ 1:35:49
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Zainboar
027
30 mins of deployment 😠 || 30 mins of coding 🥲
📅 2021-08-09 
(935 days ago)
⌛ 1:07:48
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Can't work, deploying
30 mins of deployment 😠 || 30 mins of coding 🥲
ZainboarKartikboar
028
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-10 
(934 days ago)
⌛ 1:18:59
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Two points of contact
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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CORS exclusive lovin'
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
029
Build Break Fix
📅 2021-08-11 
(933 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:46
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ZainboarKartikboar
030
Today's Stream
📅 2021-08-12 
(932 days ago)
⌛ 1:09:24
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Sensible policy
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Shoes in mouth
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
031
Buidl Break Fix
📅 2021-08-13 
(931 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:05
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ZainboarKartikboar
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The code always wins
Buidl Break Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
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Chicken curry in the brown way
Buidl Break Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
032
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-14 
(930 days ago)
⌛ 1:20:18
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ZainboarKartikboar
033
Build - Break - Fix
📅 2021-08-15 
(929 days ago)
⌛ 1:34:03
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ZainboarKartikboar
034
Build Break Fix
📅 2021-08-16 
(928 days ago)
⌛ 1:18:19
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Finger memory practice
Build Break Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
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See you later Kartik
Build Break Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
035
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-17 
(927 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:07
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Keep your code looking sexy
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Echo chamber Zain
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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And Kartik never got a job again...
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
036
Build, Break, Fix
📅 2021-08-18 
(926 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:21
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ZainboarKartikboar
037
Special Guest - Sam Nolan
📅 2021-08-19 
(925 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:19
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ZainboarKartikboar
038
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-20 
(924 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:55
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ZainboarKartikboar
039
Today's Broascast
📅 2021-08-21 
(923 days ago)
⌛ 1:33:11
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Pilot? What even iz dat kind of fing
Today's Broascast
ZainboarKartikboar
040
Build - Break - Fix
📅 2021-08-22 
(922 days ago)
⌛ 1:33:18
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Fish and Chips
Build - Break - Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
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Backup career
Build - Break - Fix
ZainboarKartikboar
041
Build Break Fix
📅 2021-08-23 
(921 days ago)
⌛ 0:57:11
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Zainboar
042
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-24 
(920 days ago)
⌛ 1:06:08
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
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Professional background? Wat even iz dat?
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Private mentorship group
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
043
Today's Stream
📅 2021-08-25 
(919 days ago)
⌛ 1:13:08
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Actually good job advice from Zain
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
044
Today's Stream
📅 2021-08-26 
(918 days ago)
⌛ 0:49:48
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ZainboarKartikboar
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What a classic!
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Uber driver in training
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
045
Today's Stream
📅 2021-08-27 
(917 days ago)
⌛ 1:08:21
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ZainboarKartikboar
046
Weekend Special
📅 2021-08-28 
(916 days ago)
⌛ 1:32:51
ZainboarKartikboar
047
Weekend Special
📅 2021-08-29 
(915 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:39
Zainboar
048
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-30 
(914 days ago)
⌛ 1:17:19
ZainboarKartikboar
049
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-08-31 
(913 days ago)
⌛ 1:00:16
ZainboarKartikboar
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Viewer burn
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
050
CELEBRATION: 50th Episode
📅 2021-09-01 
(912 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:53
ZainboarKartikboar
051
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-02 
(911 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:39
ZainboarKartikboar
🎬
Time for a nap
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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A sniffer of a line
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Slow Zain
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
052
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-03 
(910 days ago)
⌛ 1:12:47
ZainboarKartikboar
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No single point of failure
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Gambling on bad logic
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Estimated Time of New-Careers
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Fake Nod
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
053
NEW SETUP!!
📅 2021-09-04 
(909 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:04
ZainboarKartikboar
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Investing in 'the brand'
NEW SETUP!!
ZainboarKartikboar
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Hitting a brick
NEW SETUP!!
ZainboarKartikboar
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Master of the green screen
NEW SETUP!!
ZainboarKartikboar
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Logiclesstech
NEW SETUP!!
ZainboarKartikboar
054
Weekend Special
📅 2021-09-05 
(908 days ago)
⌛ 1:41:54
ZainboarKartikboar
055
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-06 
(907 days ago)
⌛ 1:20:05
ZainboarKartikboar
🎬
Get him to the greenscreen
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Change the digit to a number
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
056
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-07 
(906 days ago)
⌛ 1:25:44
ZainboarKartikboar
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The benefits of pair programming
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
057
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-08 
(905 days ago)
⌛ 1:00:33
ZainboarKartikboar
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Xs, the healthy choice
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Xs vs mother
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
058
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-09 
(904 days ago)
⌛ 1:13:08
ZainboarKartikboar
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The beginning of the end of productivity
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Unprofessional Zain
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Blazing fast
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Premature celebratory dance
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Timeline slippage
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Speed coding
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
059
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-10 
(903 days ago)
⌛ 1:50:40
ZainboarKartikboar
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Sorry I dont know that voice
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Definition of done
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Amway bites
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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A cool stream
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Spooky Kartik
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
060
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-12 
(901 days ago)
⌛ 1:02:36
ZainboarKartikboar
061
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-13 
(900 days ago)
⌛ 1:00:40
ZainboarKartikboar
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Water physics 101
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Scrum master Zain
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Zain applying his scrum master skills
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
062
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-14 
(899 days ago)
⌛ 1:11:29
ZainboarKartikboar
063
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-15 
(898 days ago)
⌛ 1:07:00
ZainboarKartikboar
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Zain the blunderer
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Healthier than other traditional drinks
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Real headscratcha
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Bracket blues
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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If statements are not good practice
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Kappa Quality Code
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Exciting switch statements
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
064
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-16 
(897 days ago)
⌛ 1:20:45
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Switched-on hat
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Functions, one of the big coding challenges
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Break fast
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Blood and breath pumping up
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
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Wrong since day 1
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
065
test
📅 2021-09-16 
(896 days ago)
⌛ 2:03:01
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Electronic waves
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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RAWR coders
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Transit in Japawn
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Xs sponsorship
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Lame roars
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Setting up a suppository in Diagon Alley
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Background Diagon Alley
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Half speed zain
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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One second penetration
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Top loading switches
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Making it rain with CodeBuild
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Fall through engineering
test
ZainboarKartikboar
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Weekend mode brain
test
ZainboarKartikboar
066
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-19 
(894 days ago)
⌛ 1:46:13
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Blacknose Zain
Today's Broadcast
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In the bin
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
067
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-20 
(893 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:46
📰
ZainboarKartikboarToreyboar
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What is a sea cable?
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboarToreyboar
068
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-21 
(892 days ago)
⌛ 1:09:13
📰
ZainboarKartikboarToreyboar
069
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-22 
(891 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:51
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
070
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-23 
(890 days ago)
⌛ 1:59:01
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ZainboarKartikboar
071
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-24 
(889 days ago)
⌛ 0:28:57
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ZainboarKartikboar
072
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-24 
(889 days ago)
⌛ 0:39:33
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
073
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-26 
(887 days ago)
⌛ 1:21:14
📰
Zainboar
074
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-27 
(886 days ago)
⌛ 1:03:40
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
075
Today's Stream
📅 2021-09-28 
(885 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:05
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
076
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-09-29 
(884 days ago)
⌛ 0:58:07
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
077
Today' Broadcast
📅 2021-09-30 
(883 days ago)
⌛ 1:13:14
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
078
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-10-01 
(882 days ago)
⌛ 1:23:11
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ZainboarKartikboar
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If statements are bad practice
Today's Broadcast
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Tomato fan
Today's Broadcast
ZainboarKartikboar
079
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-03 
(880 days ago)
⌛ 1:14:52
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ZainboarKartikboar
080
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-04 
(879 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:10
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ZainboarKartikboar
081
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-05 
(878 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:05
📰
Zainboar
082
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-06 
(877 days ago)
⌛ 0:54:10
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
083
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-07 
(876 days ago)
⌛ 1:15:04
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Strong intro
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
084
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-08 
(875 days ago)
⌛ 1:12:59
ZainboarKartikboar
085
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-10 
(873 days ago)
⌛ 1:17:09
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ZainboarKartikboar
🎬
Impossible URL
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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Clever devs
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
086
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-11 
(872 days ago)
⌛ 1:00:57
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ZainboarKartikboar
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Always CORS related problems
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
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CORS headscratcha
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboar
087
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-12 
(871 days ago)
⌛ 0:51:02
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ZainboarKartikboar
088
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-13 
(870 days ago)
⌛ 1:07:31
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ZainboarKartikboar
089
Today's Broadcast
📅 2021-10-14 
(869 days ago)
⌛ 1:07:16
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
090
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-15 
(868 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:10
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Zainboar
091
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-17 
(866 days ago)
⌛ 1:26:37
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ZainboarKartikboarThaneshboar
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Torres Strait Icelander people
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboarThaneshboar
092
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-18 
(865 days ago)
⌛ 1:05:40
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ZainboarKartikboarThaneshboar
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Icelander or Islander?
Today's Stream
ZainboarKartikboarThaneshboar
093
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-19 
(864 days ago)
⌛ 1:01:58
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ZainboarThaneshboar
094
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-20 
(863 days ago)
⌛ 1:04:18
📰
ZainboarKartikboar
095
Today's Stream
📅 2021-10-21 
(862 days ago)
⌛ 1:16:08
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ZainboarKartikboarThaneshboar
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100th Episode
📅 2021-10-23 
(860 days ago)
⌛ 1:13:16
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ZainboarKartikboar
097
101/200 Episodes
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(859 days ago)
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098
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117
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151
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Today,it was our special milestone completed which was 100th streaming episode. It was definitley a sense of achievement and fullfilment to stream and come this far. It was even special as we had a special guest Matthew Coles from Amazon Web Services (AWS) with us. An amazing and humble person who we look upto and have respect for. He talked about this journey of getting started with him streaming, Devs In The Shed, gave us a photo tour of how his Shed was built and shared his passion as a dev and how he comes up with all the amazing ideas. Definitely, was a pleasure having him.

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[Music]
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all right welcome back everyone welcome
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back to
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the hundredth episode of bill break and
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fix
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um yes of course all these people are
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new here we are recorders and
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today we are completing 100 continuous
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episodes um of a venture which we
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started uh back in july
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remember correctly
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um that's right
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yeah what this means is that i think we
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have completed over 140 hours of
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streaming in the last three and a half
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months
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um which is essentially a part of our
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lives now um it's been pretty good
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so yeah and we have matt golds here matt
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do you want to give us an introduction
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yeah no problems uh matt coles um a
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fellow melbourne person along with
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yourselves known each other from the aws
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programming and tools group you've
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helped me with a couple of aws events
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and uh yeah like i'm fairly keen on
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the the cloud side of things working in
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aws at the moment
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so 100 episodes is a fair uh fair amount
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i think i remember you guys back in day
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one right and yeah uh you know zayn i
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think the setup was a little bit
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different you were in a different room
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different back up uh backgrounds and
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then like uh kartik like uh you've got
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neon signs and everything in the
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background now
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yeah yeah
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[Music]
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yeah that's how the progression works
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and yeah remember i think
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you are the only person i remember who
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used to watch since like july
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i'm pretty sure july and august right
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from the start
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yeah right from the start i think paul
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joined you and you had uh you had gank
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dev didn't you as well you had a few but
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like uh usually one a day how much do
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you guys get now i i
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i've had to keep my wife company most
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nights these these times and she's been
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working like 5 a.m shifts so
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all right
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yeah yeah
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that's a totally uh understandable as in
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family always comes
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first but um
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yeah you're right there um uh other
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regular
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viewers uh
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whether as well as in gag dev
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uh they were you
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they were there was port as well um
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yeah as in
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you guys
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with
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all the rest of regular viewers hasn't
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been an incredible support for us as in
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i don't think if you
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uh they were when
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this initially started and they were
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basically for
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probably at least
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15 days
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probably at least say
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maximum one or
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zero viewers
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and
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she's i used to
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i think just kind of had a feeling that
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i'm talking too much talking to myself
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which
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was a really good experience as well
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what do you think
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yeah yeah i mean you definitely stayed
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hydrated though i remember a couple of
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times
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so you did have the audience egg you on
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a few times and you had what was the
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other thing the
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the push-ups right like if you had
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something successfully deployed is that
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right
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yeah yeah yeah
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true that was basic
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clear every special getting a special
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guest that comes in we had to do
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we had to do push-ups so
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that means
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uh
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this time
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it would be you as well so
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i don't know how i'm going to be able to
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do that
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the webcam is kind of restricted
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[Laughter]
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no stress yet but yeah
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okay it's more like a journey
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but you might not be able to see them
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yeah
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or something like that
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yeah i remember one of the push-ups
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i don't know when was it but like i
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wasn't feeling it so i just counted till
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10.
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i don't remember which one was it but
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yeah so that strategy works matt
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so that means that you've got to do 20
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today right
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yeah probably just to make up for it
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that way we're all on the same account
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yes
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yeah for sure
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and i'll make sure i can't pro i can't
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properly like a programmer which means
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that
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when it's
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zero
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that means that that's the last push-up
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so you go down from nine or you start at
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10 still
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um we we basically do five so
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we all start as in on the same time so
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in total it's 15 but we
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go down from five
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ah
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but if you stop at zero then that's
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really six right yeah yeah
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that's true exactly
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um yeah so i know for a fact that matt
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you and
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paul stream as well um
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shout out to devs and chat so tell us a
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little bit about that venture which and
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how's that coming along for you guys
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yeah it's going really well we we
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definitely haven't come anywhere near
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close to you guys when it comes to 100
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episodes though
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um yeah we've we've been doing it for
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[Music]
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around the same time like did we start
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before you guys are after you guys
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it feels like it was roughly around the
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same time right yeah i think it was
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pretty much the same thing like when
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paul and you started then we kind of got
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the motivation as well so i remember
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but how is that coming along though
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yeah it's really good uh we originally
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actually committed to like once every
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two weeks right so
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uh we
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we ended up having a lot of content so
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we just fell into like every week
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basically so
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um yeah every wednesday 12 o'clock
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lunchtime melbourne time um we basically
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uh do a stream uh we find different
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people to come onto the stream and
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usually it's like a you know it's around
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being hands-on with aws like one of the
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things that uh paul and myself noticed
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was like there's a lot of solution
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architects technical account managers um
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people from proserv
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that all work in aws and they they
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really know the networking side really
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well they know how to build things in
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the console
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um but what we thought was like we could
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uh add a bit of our uniqueness in which
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was like we come from a bit of a
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development background which is a little
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bit different and uh and we felt like
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it'd be really cool to be hands-on um
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the code and the tools not just the
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console as well um because we know a lot
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of people weren't too confident uh you
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know building something in aws sam or
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you know using the the cli or
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any of those things so yeah that's
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that's kind of why the show started up
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and i think it's going really well uh
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we've got
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it depends on the day but like last week
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we had 500 people um but on average we
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have about 2 000 people watch and then
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like we started getting into the habit
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of like archiving a lot of the videos on
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youtube as well
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but doing it once a week's very
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different commitment to
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doing it almost every day right like
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what you guys have been doing
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yeah
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yeah yeah for sure but like what is it
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though like what does devs in the shed
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mean like the name is pretty interesting
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yeah so so i mean divs in the shed like
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the the whole the whole thought process
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behind it was
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really like hands-on tools showing like
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um things being coded up um playing with
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iot projects building like front-end
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projects
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you know showing showing things that
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we're building in back-ends as well it
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was supposed to be just really flexible
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right because we we wanted every second
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week a guest to come on and they'll have
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a different skill set of as well
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but yeah the whole motivation was just
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like let's let's show people like some
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of the cool things we're working on uh
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let's get people excited about building
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and that was that was really the core of
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it
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uh
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we we did do it in the shed um in terms
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of the interesting title like it's now a
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cabin so i've had a bit of an upgrade um
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yeah that side was actually paul's so
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like i was like let's do a dev show and
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he's like it has to be in the shed and
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i'm like i don't have ethernet in my
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shed i don't have power in my shed so
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like uh you know like for like the first
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10 15 episodes i used to run
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uh a power cord from like my window in
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my bedroom and i'd run it across the
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shed like it was a very long power chord
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and then i did that with ethernet as
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well so um so that way we could kind of
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fit on that particular um you know
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theme that we had
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um which which was supposedly like you
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know um we've got our development tools
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our keyboard mouse but we're also around
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you know all the other tools in the shed
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like so we can do like iot straight away
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or you could just get a hammer and
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you know knock something i guess yeah
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yeah
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that's fairly and and i think that's
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really important because as devs we
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don't really get to play around with the
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actual stuff a lot
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like surely you can go to python script
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but how is gonna like transfer to the
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real life and the person is going to see
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it
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so
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i think that's a pretty good idea to
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just get hands-on and build iot projects
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and get people on board
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um
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yeah i totally agree with okay as in
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it's
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just a name it gives out as in a
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kind of a whole background as in what
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was some things as in being hands-on you
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guys do i mean i came to your um
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show i think few time probably once or
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twice and i really
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loved as in the background was
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also with the in the u
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i white tools the spanners the
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screwdrivers as in all the mechanical
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machines
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are they
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and then in the screen it was actually
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being
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all hardcore hands-on
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which was really good
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to see and
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especially the way as in
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you guys as in
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delivered it
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like as in really professionally i
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really
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i'd highly recommend to the viewers that
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they if they haven't um
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watched sh
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dev in this is really informative
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uh informative background
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useful content and
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humorous people as well
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we try to be
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some people might not find us sunny
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though
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we've both got odd senses of humor i'd
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say
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um
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yeah one of the things i was like you
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know it's mostly around the learning at
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the end of the day like we can have fun
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whilst learning and that's what we try
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and do
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um but like
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i don't know about yourselves right like
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i can read a manual i can read
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i can read a guide online on how to do
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something a wiki
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um but you know it usually doesn't click
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until i do it hands-on as well so that's
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kind of like something that we found um
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you know very important
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yeah and and you'll embarrass yourselves
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on the stream as well right like you
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guys probably have some sometimes where
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you're like oh that was obvious but uh
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paul and myself do as well right like
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because there's always it's like people
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don't realize that there's extra stress
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when you're when you're streaming and
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then like missing a semi-golden or
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something very simple turns into like uh
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you know 30-minute hunts um and then but
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we're all human right at the end of the
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day
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that's true
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yeah and i think that's a pretty
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interesting point to raise just just
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learning by doing um it all comes down
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to that
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um just really when you can you get down
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and just like
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in programming as well like no matter
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how much documentation you can read but
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until unless you write the first hello
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world like you're just not going to get
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the hang of it
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yeah exactly yeah and i can see we've
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got a bit of an audience going on here
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as well have you guys been looking at
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the comments yeah so tori's joined us
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we've got adrian's joined us
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hello um
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jack debsted as well
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welcome guys
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good to have you all
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and thank you really appreci you really
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appreciate it
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um
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what happened to my hair
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uh
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i i wanted to
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balance
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out
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cardigan me
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so
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yeah
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but yeah i mean
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yeah dev um and
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uh
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sorry has been i will pretty much really
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very
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regular
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viewers as well
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those so
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yeah that there's
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support and
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employment has been
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feeling great as well yeah
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yeah for sure
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um yeah i think
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like just having like even one viewer
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like it's just a whole person to talk to
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right it's so much more helpful than
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um like like let's be honest it is a
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numbers game at the end of the day
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no matter how much um
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you wanna
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talk about that yeah we have the
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motivation but until unless like two
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three people join you and just like go
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along with you
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i think it's a better experience and
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yeah i think matt matt i think matt and
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paul have a large audience now so
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yeah how does it feel to like build up
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our audience from scratch matt
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we we had a lot more lucky than you guys
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right because we we could borrow people
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on the aws channel like that subscribes
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around the world so like you know like
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for us to get to
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you know like
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2 000 people watching um you know like a
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week
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that's a pretty good number right um but
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like you know i can't give us credit for
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being able to get that full number
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um the thing that i can say is like you
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know when we when we look at like a lot
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of the shows on the aws channel
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usually it's about 250 to 500 right so
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it seems like we're doing something
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right um but you know there's other
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people that stream on aws channel like
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deafbeard ops and you know they've got a
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fantastic show and they've been doing it
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a lot longer than us and they're a bit
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more experienced and so you know like
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they've got even better numbers and you
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know yeah but you watch them and you're
0:15:00
like it's all well deserved
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yeah
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fair enough yeah
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yeah that's
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as in feeling credible i think you got
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myself got
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a really good feeling seeing than
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seeing the numbers slowly girl from as
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in zero and then one two five ten and
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now she
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you guys are just
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unstoppable i can
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i can tell though but i really wanted to
0:15:31
get your insights there
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say
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do you remember the first day that you
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guys
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well well live how was the experience
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and feeling
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for you guys
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uh well we were super nervous right
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because um
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yeah i guess i guess like
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we could embarrass ourselves on the
0:15:54
internet for all time right we could
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become like this meme on the aws channel
0:15:58
which is no good uh we could say
0:16:01
something embarrassing or you know like
0:16:02
something that we're not supposed to say
0:16:04
get ourselves into trouble and not have
0:16:05
a job the next day so yeah
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you know like it's um but but like i i
0:16:11
think we weren't we were pretty
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confident that it was going to be um it
0:16:14
was going to be good and and i think we
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we both like just before we went live
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were like if any of us make a mistake or
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just
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cover it up and keep going and smile and
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kind of make our way through it right
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and um and the other thing that's like
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intimidating is like anyone can ask you
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any question on the sun right yeah so
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like
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you've gotta you've gotta pay attention
0:16:35
to the chats and you know like i think
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even with aws like we've got 300
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services roughly now
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and like you know like people will be
0:16:44
like oh tell us about qldb and we're
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like i've touched qldp
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i could only be an expert in like five
0:16:52
core services and i only know like you
0:16:54
know five languages vaguely and one
0:16:57
language pretty okay like when i'm
0:16:58
coding as well right because um
0:17:01
there's just differences in everything
0:17:04
uh i can see tori's comment time of day
0:17:06
is important so we we found out lunch
0:17:09
times an okay time
0:17:11
to stream
0:17:12
but when we did when we did uh let's
0:17:14
finish this particular uh project that
0:17:16
we had a couple of weeks ago we hit
0:17:18
stream at 5 00 p.m
0:17:20
at 5 00 p.m we had about four or five
0:17:23
thousand people watching like the ten
0:17:24
minutes
0:17:26
so like a lot of it is like really like
0:17:29
working out the time uh
0:17:31
you know that we're streaming like like
0:17:33
it can be even more than just like what
0:17:35
the audience is doing and no one was on
0:17:37
the channel for the next
0:17:38
you know 12 hours so it wasn't like
0:17:40
people were waiting for something to
0:17:41
begin or something was just finishing it
0:17:44
was purely um the time
0:17:47
yeah
0:17:49
and i think that's a good time because
0:17:52
5 p.m would be mostly like a good time
0:17:55
all around the world like even europe or
0:17:57
like apac
0:17:58
or i think i don't think for the us but
0:18:00
like yeah the us has a huge audience
0:18:03
right like um twitch is an american
0:18:05
you know products um you know gamers use
0:18:08
it mostly in the us
0:18:11
so like
0:18:12
i mean we were recommended to do it
0:18:14
around like eight o'clock in the morning
0:18:15
right and then we capture everyone
0:18:17
that's like just finishing their
0:18:18
afternoons
0:18:19
um
0:18:20
paul and myself probably aren't early
0:18:22
birds or at least i'm not
0:18:24
yeah
0:18:24
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0:18:26
yeah yeah fair enough that that's true
0:18:29
but like
0:18:30
so how would you recommend the whole
0:18:32
idea of streaming for like anyone who's
0:18:35
just starting up or like
0:18:37
just just the whole idea of it like
0:18:39
streaming your code online like why did
0:18:41
you guys start
0:18:44
yeah so
0:18:46
i guess uh
0:18:48
i guess we we wanted to do something
0:18:50
that was hopefully going to
0:18:52
help people learn and get people excited
0:18:54
about building on aws
0:18:56
um we wanted to reach out to builders we
0:18:59
we felt like uh
0:19:01
you know like we
0:19:03
aws is for builders right but like a lot
0:19:05
of the time in the conversations that we
0:19:06
have with our customers it's really like
0:19:08
the cloud engineers and the cloud
0:19:10
engineers are
0:19:11
you know like awesome um really good
0:19:13
people and devops people are awesome
0:19:16
really good people as well
0:19:17
uh but what we realized was like a lot
0:19:20
of the times we're missing the
0:19:21
conversations with the actual developers
0:19:23
uh you know like the the cloud teams
0:19:25
usually in front of them um when it
0:19:27
comes to the customer side the devops
0:19:29
team kind of like take we'll own cloud
0:19:31
and and everything and so like we
0:19:34
weren't actually reaching that layer of
0:19:35
like the developers um when we started
0:19:38
so uh yeah like it really came from like
0:19:41
a passion i think if you wanna if you
0:19:43
wanna stream something online it it's
0:19:45
gotta really be about like you can make
0:19:47
a fool of yourself you can embarrass
0:19:49
yourself you don't have to know
0:19:50
everything
0:19:51
and yes the audience can hopefully you
0:19:53
know support you and be encouraging when
0:19:55
you make mistakes so they can try and
0:19:56
help you out when you get stuck
0:19:58
um
0:20:00
but so so but it's really a good
0:20:02
motivator to to make sure that you do
0:20:04
learn
0:20:05
that you hopefully inspire other people
0:20:07
to to get interested in what you're
0:20:09
interested in which i think was the main
0:20:10
thing for paul and myself
0:20:12
right right right
0:20:16
yeah i
0:20:17
think there's few really important
0:20:19
points you raised the day which i
0:20:23
definitely
0:20:24
felt
0:20:25
when as in i was trying the first ever
0:20:28
time and um
0:20:30
as in
0:20:32
i've had to do as in coding
0:20:35
and do the
0:20:37
chat as an interaction with the viewers
0:20:40
which at the time was i was making
0:20:43
really silly mistakes as in forgot the
0:20:46
dots
0:20:48
after say an object's name and i'm
0:20:51
wondering
0:20:53
why is it not working and
0:20:57
it was embarrassing but
0:20:59
learning and fun at the same time though
0:21:03
so
0:21:04
which has been a really memorable
0:21:06
experience and then
0:21:08
kartik
0:21:11
came
0:21:11
along and i'm i'm
0:21:14
really happy that he came on because
0:21:16
they actually gave me say
0:21:19
a kind of an
0:21:20
inspiration that
0:21:23
what i'm doing on the channel another
0:21:25
person has been
0:21:27
inspired by it and he wants to add
0:21:29
actually help
0:21:31
which was kind of a key moment
0:21:34
because
0:21:35
i don't know if you guys uh get inspired
0:21:39
and you want to help the
0:21:42
other person how would you
0:21:44
so if you guys were on my end how would
0:21:47
you guys feel about that
0:21:52
about helping the person i'm just trying
0:21:53
to yeah and then
0:21:57
when you get inspired by a person and
0:22:00
you
0:22:01
know that he might be struggling and
0:22:04
handling
0:22:05
everything by himself but
0:22:07
you just
0:22:09
offer it that i want to help you out as
0:22:12
in if you were
0:22:15
the person who's
0:22:17
was
0:22:19
getting inspired
0:22:22
how would you feel
0:22:24
so if i was the person that was
0:22:26
struggling
0:22:27
um or if i was the person
0:22:29
i'm getting a little confused yeah this
0:22:31
is like an interview
0:22:33
yeah
0:22:34
no no i'm just trying to as in because
0:22:37
i've had this
0:22:39
say really
0:22:41
i've been curious all this time as in if
0:22:43
a person was
0:22:45
on the struggling
0:22:48
side
0:22:48
and another person got inspired by him
0:22:52
and he wanted to help him
0:22:55
how would you feel as a person that was
0:22:58
struggling
0:22:59
oh as the person that was struggling
0:23:00
yeah that's what i was getting confused
0:23:02
as to which which the equation i i can
0:23:05
tell you like i struggled when i started
0:23:07
uh development right
0:23:08
uh
0:23:10
there's somebody that's in the uh i'm
0:23:12
trying to think of the community i think
0:23:13
it's
0:23:14
is it aws spreader marine tools or no
0:23:17
it's defcon
0:23:18
so in devcop um i was surprised to see
0:23:21
him like very recently but my original
0:23:22
mentor was there
0:23:24
and i i was struggling right like
0:23:26
because i actually don't have a degree
0:23:28
in computer science
0:23:30
yeah and you know like people are like
0:23:32
oh oh notation or this or that and i'm
0:23:35
like hey let me let me get back to the
0:23:36
manual and work out what that is
0:23:39
um because like
0:23:41
to be honest i actually studied video
0:23:42
game design uh and and i did that at
0:23:45
rmit
0:23:46
and i was really focused on the the 3d
0:23:48
side of the equation um like i'd done uh
0:23:51
game engine code
0:23:53
like i i'd coded in like c c plus boss
0:23:56
and c sharp like just as a hobby for fun
0:23:59
um and i i continued that from when i
0:24:01
was like 14 into like doing games design
0:24:04
at university um you know but but i was
0:24:07
always really focused on like the visual
0:24:09
side of the equation like 3d modeling
0:24:11
the texture design
0:24:13
the level design and then like code
0:24:15
would kind of just fill the gaps to make
0:24:17
everything work and so i could see it
0:24:18
all animated and play out
0:24:20
um so like starting in like a a job
0:24:24
where
0:24:25
i guess when i graduated like all the
0:24:28
video game companies in australia closed
0:24:29
down like the gfc happened america wants
0:24:32
to keep the money in america so like all
0:24:35
the major studios kind of like closed at
0:24:37
that point
0:24:38
and i i ended up teaching myself like um
0:24:42
objective c um ios programming making
0:24:45
apps and i started a place and i was
0:24:47
supposed to be making apps and i was
0:24:48
really confident with like objective c
0:24:51
and then um then i got told we've
0:24:53
actually got this php project that needs
0:24:55
to be done
0:24:56
and it was all data manipulation and it
0:25:00
was dealing with like this front end
0:25:01
called codeigniter this framework that i
0:25:03
never used i'd never done any of web
0:25:05
and so like i was in that struggling
0:25:07
camp at that time um and it was really
0:25:09
nice like the the mentor um
0:25:12
like he's still mentoring everyone in
0:25:14
melbourne it seems like he he kind of
0:25:16
spent like the first three months when i
0:25:18
started there and he helped like build
0:25:19
me up and get me more confidence and
0:25:21
show me what needed to to be learned to
0:25:23
be successful there right like i was
0:25:25
still building like an app in the
0:25:27
background which i was fine on that side
0:25:29
but i was i was super nervous coming
0:25:31
into web development not knowing
0:25:33
you know anything i'm like a rest api
0:25:35
let me google what this is this is
0:25:36
different
0:25:37
like um you know event driven
0:25:39
architecture like uh you know what
0:25:41
happened to like just having this loop
0:25:43
you know a game loop basically like
0:25:44
where you know like everything in the
0:25:46
world revolves around this loop and you
0:25:48
can just like chuck whatever you want
0:25:49
inside of it so like the concepts are
0:25:51
completely different so so i guess um
0:25:53
you know it's uh
0:25:55
it's motivating it's uh it's inspiring
0:25:57
to have someone uh help you when you're
0:26:00
struggling
0:26:01
um so it's really good feeling and i
0:26:03
think the feelings conveyed on the other
0:26:05
side as well with the person that's uh a
0:26:07
mentor because usually they're mentoring
0:26:09
because they've probably done gone
0:26:10
through that in the past you know ever
0:26:13
everyone started from from nothing
0:26:15
really right
0:26:16
yeah uh
0:26:17
like
0:26:18
no one no one started like you know i'm
0:26:20
gonna do web development today and i'm
0:26:22
completely perfect at it it's like a
0:26:24
multi-year journey
0:26:27
exactly exactly i couldn't agree more
0:26:30
and um
0:26:34
i think
0:26:35
the way the broken way that i i
0:26:39
asked
0:26:40
you that the more concretely you
0:26:44
explained me so that really helped i'm
0:26:47
just really curious about um
0:26:49
kartik as in
0:26:53
um
0:26:54
since you joined um
0:26:57
what do you think about the streams in
0:26:59
progress and
0:27:02
like dev i was curious about
0:27:04
as well
0:27:06
yeah first of all i want to add up to
0:27:08
the point when matt mentioned that
0:27:11
he studied game design so funny enough
0:27:13
when i was organizing the aws workshop
0:27:16
last year at rmit i got to know that
0:27:19
one of my professors in first year of
0:27:21
uni actually
0:27:23
taught matt as well so
0:27:25
that was a really funny movement i had
0:27:28
interesting um
0:27:30
yeah
0:27:31
but yeah i i think um like
0:27:34
like if you keep doing something
0:27:36
constantly and like with enough
0:27:37
persistence it is gonna progress like no
0:27:40
matter
0:27:40
no matter how much like effortlessly
0:27:43
you're doing it so i i feel like since
0:27:45
day one um when we started and we
0:27:48
started documenting the whole thing i
0:27:50
think we have technically done more than
0:27:51
100 episodes because
0:27:53
the first few were only on twitch and
0:27:56
didn't actually go to youtube
0:27:57
so they went undocumented i'm thinking
0:28:00
more on 115
0:28:03
but the interesting part was that i
0:28:05
think we know a lot more now um yeah
0:28:08
when i when i came in i didn't really
0:28:10
know what sam is or um i didn't really
0:28:13
know
0:28:14
um like i did have some experience with
0:28:16
obviously building on aws but
0:28:18
like just having that consistency to
0:28:20
just like just making a part of my life
0:28:23
essentially just coming around and like
0:28:25
9 30 that i know
0:28:26
what i need to do um
0:28:29
i i don't know about the streams
0:28:30
progress i think stream has progressed
0:28:32
for sure but for my personal progress i
0:28:36
think um i can really feel the
0:28:38
difference when i
0:28:40
go into interviews or just
0:28:42
talk to people in general
0:28:46
and i'm pretty sure you have the same
0:28:47
experience and
0:28:50
yes for sure as in i can't really say in
0:28:54
terms of how you
0:28:56
should have
0:28:58
a lot more success in interviews because
0:29:01
i haven't been to an interview
0:29:04
yes since i've started
0:29:06
this for talking about the interview i
0:29:09
really want to bring out this point i
0:29:12
don't know i'm mad if okay
0:29:15
okay told you about
0:29:17
this but yeah i'll just bring it up
0:29:19
so
0:29:20
one
0:29:21
day he told me that riku called him
0:29:24
and
0:29:25
he goes all right um
0:29:27
he
0:29:28
i don't know how that comes
0:29:31
i'll tell you this story i think
0:29:33
yeah yeah so you go for it yeah so i
0:29:37
think someone from they got my resume
0:29:41
out of indeed or see i don't know like
0:29:43
um so they called me like randomly at 4
0:29:46
30 and they're like oh yeah are you
0:29:48
looking for work in like dev yeah sure
0:29:50
um so i told him like i can't work full
0:29:53
time because of my visa restrictions
0:29:55
right now
0:29:56
so
0:29:57
that guy just told me like oh yeah
0:29:58
whenever you can work full-time just
0:30:00
give me a call and tell me that you're
0:30:01
the youtube guy
0:30:03
and that just kind of proved the point
0:30:05
that how much impact just putting this
0:30:07
on my resume or like linkedin or just
0:30:10
doing it is
0:30:11
like having on my
0:30:14
personal growth
0:30:17
yeah it's uh it can be very like a very
0:30:21
good like i i guess
0:30:23
that kind of comes down to like how do
0:30:25
you hire junior software developers in
0:30:27
the industry right because um you know
0:30:30
everyone's gonna start from somewhere
0:30:32
but like
0:30:34
everyone wants like uh juniors when it
0:30:36
comes to like the consulting firms and
0:30:38
some of the smaller houses
0:30:40
and um but the thing is like no one
0:30:42
really wants to spend the time teaching
0:30:44
them how to get better
0:30:46
and so like what they do is they
0:30:47
generally go like let's let's have a
0:30:49
look at someone's github like has this
0:30:51
person written blogs oh this person's
0:30:53
done videos on youtube or you know
0:30:55
there's a stream that they've got it
0:30:57
gives you like a lot more legitimacy
0:30:59
than the others that don't have anything
0:31:00
to example and you've gotta you know
0:31:03
trust them um by what they say
0:31:06
and
0:31:07
that's probably why we have such a
0:31:08
horrible process when it comes to like
0:31:10
hiring software developers as well right
0:31:13
like you know um
0:31:15
you know like prove to me you can code
0:31:17
do this like two-day project for us or
0:31:19
you know like spend four hours like
0:31:21
building this demo and then you've got
0:31:23
like five or six interviews you've got
0:31:25
to get through as well but that's really
0:31:26
cool karthik like um yeah yeah it
0:31:29
definitely does it should really help
0:31:31
like you enter um the industry like you
0:31:33
know on top of on top of study like once
0:31:36
you've graduated
0:31:37
yeah hopefully it makes things easier
0:31:40
yeah
0:31:40
i think the point which i really liked
0:31:43
was that
0:31:44
like for sure like everyone has software
0:31:47
dev in their resume or like not not
0:31:49
trying shadow on anyone has it but like
0:31:52
everyone has a most other people will
0:31:54
have a cs degree when they'll be trying
0:31:56
to get into
0:31:57
a junior role at least at my stage but i
0:32:00
think that that's what kind of
0:32:02
makes the person remember you
0:32:04
not not even as in a hiring process just
0:32:07
as a person like that they're going to
0:32:08
remember this oh yeah i watched this
0:32:10
video
0:32:11
um of this person and i'm pretty sure
0:32:13
that's applicable on the stage of where
0:32:16
you guys are um you and paul are as well
0:32:20
yeah i i hope so uh it hasn't really had
0:32:23
any benefits so far um other than like
0:32:26
um you know like we've always got to
0:32:28
make sure that it's in line with um you
0:32:31
know what we've got going on for work
0:32:33
um because it's a fun thing for both of
0:32:35
us versus you know something that's um
0:32:37
yeah you know really really driven with
0:32:40
uh like a
0:32:43
you know a meaning more than what me and
0:32:45
paul want maybe yeah yeah and you know
0:32:48
like there's these shows on aws twitch
0:32:50
they're like you know driven by the
0:32:52
evangelists they're driven by like the
0:32:54
marketing team they're like actual
0:32:56
events
0:32:56
and what we've done is we've just like
0:32:58
worked out a way to go like hey like
0:33:00
that that time streak can we take that
0:33:02
time slot for something
0:33:04
and then and then the manager's like you
0:33:06
know um
0:33:07
like
0:33:08
what are you doing this time oh i've got
0:33:10
a i've got an hour
0:33:11
like disappear away from right but i
0:33:13
think that's one of the good things
0:33:14
about aws is
0:33:16
um you know even though we don't have
0:33:18
like a tangible value that we can
0:33:19
measure what we're doing against it it's
0:33:22
kind of like you know they want to keep
0:33:23
us engaged and learning and like for for
0:33:26
at least my manager i think paul's as
0:33:28
well
0:33:29
like a lot of it comes down to well you
0:33:32
know they're going to be hands-on for an
0:33:33
hour um and you know we need to open the
0:33:36
saw every single week we need multiple
0:33:37
hours of training because there's always
0:33:40
there's like a thousand releases like
0:33:42
coming out every week in aws land um
0:33:45
like way too many services so like part
0:33:47
of the job is just upskilling so i think
0:33:49
they put it in that bucket
0:33:50
um but but i hope maybe one day like it
0:33:53
makes a bit of a wider difference for us
0:33:54
right like i'd really like it if
0:33:57
eventually
0:33:58
you know we
0:33:59
there's there's nothing happening now
0:34:00
like at like zero but like um if we
0:34:03
ended up having like um more software
0:34:05
engineering
0:34:06
you know happening in australia and uh
0:34:08
we could kind of help
0:34:10
you know evangelize those teams and the
0:34:12
products they're building like
0:34:15
there's nothing like that at the moment
0:34:16
so just make sure to put that caveat on
0:34:18
for everyone but like i think that's
0:34:20
where me and paul want to be is like
0:34:22
that that space where it's like maybe we
0:34:24
can be
0:34:24
um you know um the the front
0:34:28
of you know something that hopefully
0:34:30
will eventually happen in australia
0:34:31
because we've got really smart people
0:34:33
here and yeah um it comes back to
0:34:36
another part of the conversation it's
0:34:37
like you know there's hundreds of people
0:34:39
if you go to seattle
0:34:41
uh or you go to san francisco that are
0:34:43
all australian working in tech like
0:34:46
yeah product managers everywhere new
0:34:48
zealanders as well like i'm originally a
0:34:50
kiwi um
0:34:51
so
0:34:52
so like they'll go to the us just
0:34:54
because they don't find um you know that
0:34:56
that type of job in australia um so i'm
0:34:59
hoping eventually that comes back and
0:35:00
then we can kind of help support it in
0:35:02
some way
0:35:03
yeah
0:35:04
and i really like the idea of just
0:35:07
being where no one else is and
0:35:09
starting smalling scaling things up
0:35:12
and i think you guys having a good
0:35:14
enough viewership um no matter how it
0:35:17
came through i think that kind of really
0:35:18
proves the point
0:35:19
of that how important it is to just be
0:35:22
where no one else has been
0:35:24
um
0:35:27
and i also thing about the
0:35:31
fact that you guys have actually started
0:35:33
from the
0:35:34
ground up as in
0:35:38
convey just an
0:35:39
idea into reality and that's actually
0:35:42
kicked
0:35:44
off in terms of
0:35:47
viewership and then i'll
0:35:49
learn a lot from you you guys as well
0:35:53
just by
0:35:54
watching and to be honest try my best to
0:35:58
copy you
0:36:00
as in
0:36:01
you're kind of as in
0:36:03
how you present the information but
0:36:06
i'm getting this slowly slowly
0:36:09
yeah but um you mentioned that um you
0:36:13
um
0:36:15
also uh there's
0:36:17
australian in the
0:36:20
u.s as well so uh and you work for
0:36:24
an amazing company called
0:36:26
aws did you have a chance to go to the
0:36:30
us and just work there and see what it
0:36:32
feels like
0:36:35
yeah i've had multiple offers to to
0:36:37
basically go to the us uh
0:36:40
you know my previous place which wasn't
0:36:43
um you know amazon i was i was asked to
0:36:45
go over and um lead the technology teams
0:36:49
um
0:36:50
and
0:36:51
like like one of the things is like that
0:36:53
the wife she really likes um she really
0:36:56
likes melbourne she was born here she's
0:36:58
lived a whole life here it'd be hard for
0:37:00
her to make that particular move
0:37:02
um you know from my point of view as
0:37:04
well like you know i really like
0:37:05
australia i really like new zealand my
0:37:08
family's here as well
0:37:09
and so each time that opportunity's come
0:37:12
up i've i've knocked it back right which
0:37:14
i don't know if that's a good thing or a
0:37:16
bad thing i think paul was able to take
0:37:18
it up for some years
0:37:20
but for me like yeah i've i've kind of
0:37:23
uh tried to knock it back each time like
0:37:26
um
0:37:27
just because i kind of evaluate things
0:37:28
and i'm like you know be it would be
0:37:30
really cool if we could start something
0:37:31
here it would be really cool if we had a
0:37:32
big product team here why can't we have
0:37:34
something
0:37:35
something here right like why why do we
0:37:37
need um you know everything to sit in
0:37:40
you know only a handful of countries
0:37:42
that's true
0:37:44
yeah
0:37:45
i think we have a question from gective
0:37:48
so
0:37:53
yeah yeah
0:37:54
very very likely i'd say uh even if i
0:37:57
don't fully realize it um
0:38:00
yeah i i guess i i guess i
0:38:03
yeah uh maybe i do
0:38:07
trying to trying to work out how to
0:38:08
answer that yes
0:38:10
can probably be your cabin that you made
0:38:13
by yourself
0:38:15
yeah made by myself but i had a couple
0:38:17
of people come and um you know
0:38:20
like through the side gate they built
0:38:22
this and i just watched from the inside
0:38:24
and would call me because of the time
0:38:26
and they'd be like hey can you can you
0:38:28
peer out the window and give us some
0:38:29
advice on this because we weren't
0:38:30
allowed to kind of see each other like
0:38:32
as this got built
0:38:34
but yeah probably um
0:38:36
i i think i just like to challenge
0:38:38
myself like my last place like i spent
0:38:41
like you know a couple of years um
0:38:43
just in a in a particular role and then
0:38:46
i and then i was like i'm kind of bored
0:38:47
of this like how do i make it fun
0:38:49
and that that's when like
0:38:51
i came up with this idea that actually
0:38:53
changed the entire way the company
0:38:54
worked uh which was really cool
0:38:56
um and
0:38:58
that i had to bring it up to the ceo i
0:39:00
was like this this is my idea
0:39:02
and the ceo goes like you know we're not
0:39:05
called this we're called that and i'm
0:39:07
like yeah but i think this would be
0:39:08
really cool
0:39:10
um it was quite funny at the time
0:39:11
actually because because uh
0:39:13
i'll i'll say it hopefully i don't get
0:39:15
into trouble about it but it was like
0:39:16
we're called live person not dead person
0:39:18
like why would we want chat bots in
0:39:20
these scenes and so
0:39:22
um you know i found that quite funny and
0:39:24
uh yeah but he turned around and like he
0:39:26
was like yeah let's try this idea but
0:39:28
that was because i built a prototype
0:39:30
when i was on a plane trip
0:39:32
and i showed him a prototype and then i
0:39:34
built it out for another couple of weeks
0:39:36
and um and i said this this is really
0:39:39
cool because you know
0:39:40
um
0:39:41
because it was a
0:39:42
chat company a lot of people in contact
0:39:44
center they're really overwhelmed with
0:39:46
all the conversations they're never
0:39:47
spending any money like it's it's
0:39:49
expensive to bring more people in and so
0:39:51
i was like why can't we just try and get
0:39:52
rid of all the first level
0:39:54
questions that are really like
0:39:55
mind-numbing for the people in the
0:39:56
contact center like they hear 50 times a
0:39:59
day and then you know if someone shows
0:40:01
negative sentiments or they show
0:40:03
like um
0:40:04
you know towards like the chatbot or the
0:40:06
conversation where it's heading or um or
0:40:10
you know it just it looks like the
0:40:12
chatbot can't answer at all then um
0:40:14
let's just pass it over to the live
0:40:15
agents and so like this thing should be
0:40:18
fairly natural in a conversation
0:40:20
yeah and yeah it ended up working and
0:40:22
then we ended up working with all the
0:40:23
tech companies uh to bring in their
0:40:25
chatbots it was really cool experience
0:40:26
but
0:40:27
yeah like uh i i tend to i tend to
0:40:30
i tend to always get myself into trouble
0:40:32
when i get bored and something happens
0:40:35
yeah
0:40:36
and that's pretty good is it something
0:40:38
like aws lex are we talking
0:40:41
yes i i used to work with the lex team
0:40:43
in the uh and the google dialog flow and
0:40:46
um the free products that microsoft had
0:40:49
and i worked with like ibm watson um so
0:40:53
yeah like we tied all of their platforms
0:40:55
together um and we basically made a
0:40:57
conversation builder on top so that we
0:40:59
could kind of give it to contact center
0:41:01
agents and they could like craft up all
0:41:02
the really common recurring
0:41:04
conversations we had this really good
0:41:06
like smart guy from nike actually as
0:41:08
well that kind of
0:41:10
came in and he worked on like a ton of
0:41:11
the machine learning on that side as
0:41:13
well so
0:41:14
um we could kind of like recognize what
0:41:16
was happening in conversations and
0:41:18
suggest like particular things that
0:41:21
looked repetitive for agents to kind of
0:41:22
craft up and and then train the nlu
0:41:25
underneath and
0:41:26
yeah so we also gave like another
0:41:29
like basically
0:41:30
you'd go from like contact center agent
0:41:32
to contact center manager but we created
0:41:34
a new role in that segment which was
0:41:36
like a you know a contact center chatbot
0:41:39
designer and so like people that were
0:41:41
really good at their job
0:41:43
in the contact center would move from
0:41:45
voice to chat because it was easier they
0:41:47
could do more conversations but it was
0:41:49
it was less like um
0:41:51
emotionally demanding on them because
0:41:52
they didn't have people screaming at
0:41:54
them on the phone
0:41:55
and then and then like you know they'd
0:41:56
get comfortable like talking to
0:41:58
consumers um over chat and then
0:42:01
you know they would be like a walking
0:42:02
knowledge base of everything with that
0:42:04
company so it's like
0:42:05
why don't you use that experience to to
0:42:08
build
0:42:08
chat bots to answer the stuff here
0:42:11
for your other colleagues and
0:42:13
it never actually took away jobs or
0:42:14
anything like that that was what
0:42:15
everyone was saying all the time but
0:42:17
what happened was like the harder
0:42:19
conversations ended up being a better
0:42:21
experience for customers because the
0:42:22
agents could spend more time
0:42:24
trying to solve like very complicated
0:42:27
like billing issues for end users etc
0:42:30
yeah
0:42:32
right yeah i get your point that i think
0:42:34
it's about like making the job easier
0:42:36
rather than taking over anyway
0:42:38
and yeah i think that's what you guys
0:42:41
established there
0:42:43
but um coming back to your i know
0:42:46
there's a very very interesting story on
0:42:48
how you actually ended up building it
0:42:50
and i know there were a lot of delays
0:42:52
two td log down
0:42:54
so tell us a little about the whole
0:42:57
it's just how did you guys manage to
0:42:58
build it up
0:43:00
um yeah so we we did it all within the
0:43:03
the rules
0:43:06
but the rules were very nice
0:43:09
like i i did i did get it stuck in
0:43:11
sydney for ten weeks like i was waiting
0:43:13
for it to come
0:43:15
um i was gonna use my my um sister's
0:43:18
husband to help with the building of it
0:43:20
uh
0:43:21
i ended up like managing to find
0:43:23
builders that had a permit that could
0:43:25
come here for three or four days to
0:43:26
build
0:43:27
uh the electrician was a local he had
0:43:29
done my parents house because they just
0:43:31
recently moved to the area as well
0:43:34
and um because it was all outdoors uh
0:43:37
you know and and over a period of like
0:43:40
three or four days
0:43:41
um you know each of them could get
0:43:43
coverage to be able to come in and
0:43:45
including the painter so a lot of the
0:43:47
difficulty was around like
0:43:49
you can't have people come to four
0:43:51
different places within one week and so
0:43:53
a lot of the a lot of the builders a lot
0:43:55
of the electricians were looking for
0:43:56
jobs that um you know would be three or
0:43:58
four days with work which uh it's not
0:44:01
very nice to my pocket but
0:44:03
um but it meant that i could actually
0:44:05
get it built um you know like within a
0:44:07
reasonable time outs outside of waiting
0:44:09
the initial 10 weeks like no one knew
0:44:11
like i hadn't told paul that i was going
0:44:13
to build a cabin he probably got a
0:44:14
little bit jealous um when he goes like
0:44:16
i've just got a shed and i'm like
0:44:19
i'm getting a cabin and so now now um at
0:44:22
some point i'm guessing because he keeps
0:44:24
hinting towards it he's going to end up
0:44:25
in a bigger log cabin and he's going to
0:44:27
be like oh there we go
0:44:29
and then i'll have to report if that
0:44:31
happens so
0:44:32
not that we're competitive
0:44:36
sure
0:44:37
nah that's good that's good i i think
0:44:39
you sent me some pictures of the cabin
0:44:41
and i really like the whole
0:44:43
like kind of like a brownish color
0:44:44
scheme which you have that going there
0:44:47
yeah yeah uh the the natural wood looks
0:44:50
nice um
0:44:51
i've got to do something more with like
0:44:53
this side um i've got some i've got lego
0:44:55
pirates that will build that side up
0:44:58
my mum like is trying to make me get a
0:45:00
fish tank off of her she she's like a
0:45:02
billion fish and so she's like put a
0:45:04
fish tank there and i'm like i don't
0:45:06
really want fish
0:45:07
um so i've got to work out what to put
0:45:09
on that side and
0:45:11
um yeah but a bit at the moment it's
0:45:12
nice and cozy it worked out really well
0:45:14
i'm really happy that i ended up getting
0:45:16
it um it's air conditioned it's
0:45:18
insulated
0:45:19
so
0:45:20
like it'll be a really nice space in the
0:45:22
summer um i'll probably camp out here in
0:45:24
very hot evenings we've got bean bags
0:45:26
yeah this monitor that i've got it's
0:45:28
like pretty nice and so like you know we
0:45:30
can sit in the bean bags and maybe watch
0:45:32
like netflix or you know yeah
0:45:34
prime or whatever it is that we're we're
0:45:37
currently watching even though i've run
0:45:38
out of tv shows in the last two years
0:45:40
yeah
0:45:42
i think let's stick to prime beer on
0:45:43
twitch so yeah
0:45:45
yeah
0:45:46
definitely prime right like um
0:45:48
but disney plus actually had a really
0:45:50
good show i liked uh murders in the
0:45:52
building so i just finished the last
0:45:54
episode came out like two or three days
0:45:55
ago
0:45:56
yeah and and netflix i've gotta do squid
0:45:59
games
0:46:03
highly recommend squid games um for sure
0:46:07
what is that i'm maybe living in the
0:46:10
stone ages but i don't even know what
0:46:13
that is
0:46:14
so yeah so
0:46:16
i mean it's it's obviously squids right
0:46:20
of course yeah of course of course and
0:46:22
then there's there's probably games to
0:46:24
go alongside of it i haven't watched it
0:46:26
either like but oh okay cool but it's uh
0:46:29
it's a south korean show if i remember
0:46:31
correctly and it's right it's kind of
0:46:33
controversial i think people get a like
0:46:36
a way to make a life better for
0:46:37
themselves somehow is that my sister
0:46:38
positioned it
0:46:40
but they have to go through a whole
0:46:41
bunch of like forced
0:46:43
gladiator style games where people like
0:46:45
die in horrible ways yeah but they all
0:46:47
play like children it's like children's
0:46:49
gladiator games like um
0:46:51
you know like uh red light green light
0:46:53
yeah yeah
0:46:55
i want someone to clip this please
0:46:58
if you can change this conversation
0:47:03
that's a very funny one
0:47:06
but
0:47:07
yeah i think i would be with
0:47:09
p3 has a question for you matt how do
0:47:12
you come up with stream ideas for devs
0:47:15
in the shed
0:47:17
yeah good question um
0:47:19
but we we try and ask the audience but
0:47:21
the the audience uh usually just enjoy
0:47:24
watching us it seems um
0:47:26
so
0:47:27
so like the pressure's on us to come up
0:47:29
with ideas um we we know like some of
0:47:31
the new things that are coming um so
0:47:33
when we get excited about a particular
0:47:35
thing we'll go and find an expert
0:47:37
um that's that's interested in talking
0:47:39
about it we've also got like a a bunch
0:47:41
of friends in aws like um
0:47:44
aaron joins our streams like uh quite a
0:47:46
number of times he's actually only a few
0:47:48
streets away from me so we catch up and
0:47:50
have coffees um but we're also on the
0:47:53
the mobile and front-end team um you
0:47:56
know together as our one day a week
0:47:58
project in amazon so
0:48:00
um
0:48:01
so like he's always up to come on um
0:48:04
there's you know a bunch of people that
0:48:06
we've met um in different places that
0:48:08
that have cool things going on that we
0:48:10
just invite onto the show and then on in
0:48:12
the odd weeks where we don't have a
0:48:13
presenter we haven't been able to find
0:48:15
someone or coax a friend into coming on
0:48:18
um usually like we we have a project
0:48:20
that we've helped work with a customer
0:48:22
on and then what we try and do is we we
0:48:24
generalize and repurpose that
0:48:26
um sometimes that doesn't work out quite
0:48:29
too well either like because uh you know
0:48:32
there'll be no hands-on elements
0:48:35
and so we've had one or two of those
0:48:36
like i wasn't too much of a fan of the
0:48:38
step functions episode
0:48:39
because i felt like
0:48:41
you know i hadn't really played around
0:48:42
with step functions surprisingly myself
0:48:44
that much um yeah and you know that was
0:48:47
that was completely new so what we've
0:48:49
tried to do is like whenever we always
0:48:52
plan like four weeks out now and the
0:48:54
idea is like if there is something that
0:48:55
like we want to play with like i wanted
0:48:57
to play with step functions but i hadn't
0:48:58
had time to work on it because we've got
0:49:00
all the customer stuff on at the same
0:49:01
time and
0:49:02
you know side projects um like now we
0:49:05
make the time to absolutely do that like
0:49:08
the one that we've got planned for this
0:49:09
week didn't work out to be honest
0:49:13
so like uh
0:49:14
like hopefully paul doesn't tell me off
0:49:16
but uh
0:49:17
like
0:49:18
we were looking at aws green grass and
0:49:20
we're like let's let's do an episode on
0:49:22
aws uh green grass
0:49:24
and it just did not work like me like
0:49:26
paul paul dialed me and i got on it and
0:49:29
we were like trying to work out what was
0:49:31
happening
0:49:32
and like greengrass was just not
0:49:34
behaving it was giving errors it wasn't
0:49:36
picking up the the version of the app
0:49:38
that we were trying to deploy
0:49:40
um
0:49:41
and so like we we just called it we're
0:49:43
like no this is too close to episode so
0:49:44
what we did was we
0:49:46
we um we dubbed in someone that wrote a
0:49:48
really nice blog we found him online i
0:49:50
worked out that he lived in perth i
0:49:51
worked out that he knew
0:49:53
a friend uh in perth and i was like hey
0:49:56
buddy come on the show um so he's coming
0:49:59
on a few weeks but that left a gap for
0:50:02
this week right so so this week's either
0:50:04
going to be me
0:50:05
building ios apps on mac os
0:50:08
ec2 or through the command line um
0:50:11
or the the other thing is there's a talk
0:50:13
that we've got uh coming up to one of
0:50:15
the the big banks in australia
0:50:17
around
0:50:18
how do we how do we make things more
0:50:20
personalized for consumers so this this
0:50:22
was an idea that i had
0:50:24
and
0:50:25
and so we were going to use like
0:50:26
personalize instead of for
0:50:27
recommendations we were going to look at
0:50:29
it as a platform to shape
0:50:31
the home screen for end users to have
0:50:33
the products that they had as customers
0:50:36
but also have um you know the the help
0:50:38
and different sections that other
0:50:40
customers that are quite similar to them
0:50:42
have and the idea is
0:50:44
like our elderly should be able to find
0:50:46
things hopefully easier
0:50:48
um
0:50:49
they don't have to dig around the
0:50:50
website which might be like you know
0:50:52
eight pages in in an faq like hopefully
0:50:55
we can surface the information they want
0:50:57
quicker
0:50:58
with this method so
0:51:00
if i pull that off by tomorrow if i pull
0:51:02
that off by tomorrow that will be the
0:51:04
conversation if i don't you'll see that
0:51:06
the following week and then this week
0:51:07
will be the mac os ec2 build server ios
0:51:10
app stuff
0:51:12
yeah
0:51:15
wow
0:51:16
nice if you have actually a lot going on
0:51:19
i can
0:51:20
i can tell as side projects and the work
0:51:23
stuff
0:51:24
and then yours
0:51:26
again personal side projects and then
0:51:28
your stream as well how do you as in
0:51:33
stay on
0:51:34
top of these
0:51:37
things and some tips
0:51:38
yes
0:51:40
my time management
0:51:43
is not great at all
0:51:46
as you
0:51:47
i would say
0:51:48
i i have legally the worst time
0:51:50
management someone could possibly have
0:51:52
like i am the biggest procrastinator of
0:51:54
them all but like what i do is i
0:51:56
actually
0:51:59
when things come right up to the
0:52:00
deadline
0:52:01
i really like get into gear
0:52:05
but what i've been trying to do is i i
0:52:08
try and like force myself to have
0:52:10
deadlines prior nowadays and i have
0:52:13
i have a reminders app set up on the
0:52:15
iphone
0:52:16
and so i basically just like go like
0:52:18
these are the things that i've got going
0:52:20
and i try and make sure that it's only
0:52:22
four things and i try and make sure that
0:52:23
i can connect the four things to
0:52:25
multiple things that i have to deliver
0:52:27
so you know like let's let's look at the
0:52:29
personalized thing right so it's like
0:52:30
we're going to build something
0:52:31
personalized i've got a customer that's
0:52:33
got like a bunch of problems um with
0:52:34
python at the moment like the building a
0:52:36
python web app and
0:52:38
they're having problems with their
0:52:39
queuing um at the moment
0:52:42
so
0:52:43
let's build the personalized thing in
0:52:46
python using the framework that they've
0:52:48
got then i can better help them um
0:52:50
you know so i kind of kill like you know
0:52:52
one and a half birds with maybe the one
0:52:54
stone
0:52:56
all right you know like it doesn't
0:52:57
exactly overlap but there's enough
0:52:59
similarities that like doing doing the
0:53:01
the personalized work
0:53:03
will help them um when it comes to
0:53:06
troubleshooting that issue that they had
0:53:08
and actually secondarily they've also
0:53:10
got like a a personalization piece as
0:53:12
well that they're thinking of
0:53:15
working through so like that other side
0:53:17
might become very handy for them as well
0:53:19
so if you can connect multiple things
0:53:21
it's really good and yeah um and then
0:53:24
try and make make them work together and
0:53:25
then the other thing is just like having
0:53:28
having that list of tasks and making
0:53:30
sure that like you've only got four
0:53:32
major things on that that list of tasks
0:53:34
um that way you don't feel like
0:53:36
overburdened because i like if i if i
0:53:38
feel overwhelmed i
0:53:40
will not um be very yet working as well
0:53:42
right because i'm just like i just need
0:53:44
a breather yeah yeah yeah true that's
0:53:47
true
0:53:48
um
0:53:49
story that's really mm-hmm
0:53:52
gary has something to
0:53:54
say i'll have my mom call you matt
0:53:58
she always needs help with computers
0:54:02
i think that's every parent except for
0:54:04
my parents unfortunately
0:54:06
yeah i did pretty good at it
0:54:09
that dad was a programmer so
0:54:11
oh okay
0:54:12
but but he never taught me anything like
0:54:14
i i never saw anything that he used to
0:54:16
work on
0:54:17
um
0:54:18
and then you know by the time that i was
0:54:20
young enough to understand what a
0:54:21
computer was like he was
0:54:23
he was kind of an i.t but had moved away
0:54:25
from the programming realm
0:54:26
okay so all right um
0:54:28
so i don't have to help him too much
0:54:31
or mum fortunately
0:54:33
and and my grandma as well like she she
0:54:35
has her ipad set up um she's got a
0:54:38
printer
0:54:40
over in new zealand she can print stuff
0:54:41
fine she
0:54:43
um pays her bills all online um
0:54:50
yeah but but like then you look at my
0:54:51
wife's side i spend a lot more time
0:54:53
helping them
0:54:57
compensation
0:54:58
yeah
0:55:00
so when are you inviting us to your shed
0:55:02
that's the main question behind yeah
0:55:07
well sometimes sometime soon you guys
0:55:09
can come around and check it out um
0:55:12
that that like
0:55:14
like just behind me here right if i get
0:55:16
my hand wrong yeah i can see that that's
0:55:18
that's actually a desk that like um
0:55:21
pulls down right so i've got space oh
0:55:23
right
0:55:25
yeah
0:55:26
yeah that's actually got my nice uh m1
0:55:28
imac behind it so
0:55:30
um yeah so like i have my work pc here
0:55:33
sometimes and then i'll be doing
0:55:35
personal stuff over on the other side
0:55:36
like um
0:55:38
very nice yeah
0:55:39
that's pretty good
0:55:41
um yeah so he says we need to join
0:55:46
you need to join us oh i didn't get that
0:55:48
you need a shirt to join the show
0:55:51
we're just gonna render yeah we tried
0:55:53
making that a prerequisite and then we
0:55:54
got told we're a little bit unreasonable
0:55:56
so uh so nowadays
0:55:58
um you can come on the show if you're an
0:56:00
apartment um as long as you
0:56:02
try to buy a flammable t-shirt and where
0:56:05
uh during the stream that's been our
0:56:07
like thing to try and convince everyone
0:56:08
to do but no one's done it yet
0:56:11
right yeah i think it'll be pretty hard
0:56:12
to get
0:56:13
everyone who has a shed yeah we've
0:56:16
actually got somebody with a tree house
0:56:18
coming on
0:56:19
in like december maybe
0:56:21
we're waiting on something in particular
0:56:23
and if uh if all goes well
0:56:26
we'll have uh we'll have someone join
0:56:28
from the treehouse which would be cool
0:56:30
yeah damn okay but i didn't think of
0:56:32
that
0:56:33
maybe i can extend something off my
0:56:35
balcony
0:56:48
enough for me to fall off and die so i
0:56:50
won't try
0:56:52
um i think
0:56:54
finish
0:56:55
one of our um it was who
0:56:58
is requesting as a bit of a stretch they
0:57:02
wants to get kevin taller now
0:57:05
uh my camera is pretty
0:57:07
sturdy on the arm but what i can do is
0:57:12
you're really keen on it maybe you can
0:57:13
join from your phone
0:57:15
yeah that's the other option yeah
0:57:17
but you're not going to see anything
0:57:18
outside and it's quite small still so
0:57:21
what i'll do is maybe what i'll do is
0:57:22
i'll go into iphotos
0:57:25
okay yeah
0:57:26
and i will or photos now because it's
0:57:29
not coming up in search
0:57:32
of how old i am
0:57:33
and
0:57:35
i will avoid all the cat photos
0:57:39
which there's a lot
0:57:41
okay yeah move in there there we go here
0:57:43
we go i found the non-cat photos
0:57:47
so if i share
0:57:51
the live should be able to add it now
0:57:53
yep adding this this is actually kind of
0:57:55
interesting anyway right like this is
0:57:57
kind of the journey of it
0:57:58
and and there we go you still get to see
0:58:00
some of the cat photos
0:58:02
yeah um
0:58:04
so it kind of starts here right so
0:58:06
oh wow this is all the equipment that
0:58:09
arrived and it was it was sitting in my
0:58:11
carport for like uh literally a week you
0:58:14
can see the the top hole in the
0:58:15
background like i had it wrapped in top
0:58:17
because it was just raining um forever
0:58:20
and yeah so
0:58:22
uh just kept it all nice there had the
0:58:25
birds check it out
0:58:27
more birds okay security camera this was
0:58:29
actually the space so this was us
0:58:31
planning like where are we going right
0:58:33
like so we've got a very big front yard
0:58:35
like all of our properties mostly in the
0:58:36
front yard but the backyard's nice and
0:58:39
small and i have my garden shed over the
0:58:41
side i've got a cat run on that side
0:58:44
so i've got a bunch of stuff there
0:58:46
but what we wanted to do was we wanted
0:58:48
to put it in the space because then like
0:58:50
the the
0:58:52
door from the
0:58:53
um the kitchen and the lounge room will
0:58:55
basically open up directly outside of it
0:58:58
and so we can walk through the patio
0:59:00
so we built it there
0:59:01
cat photos
0:59:04
board games herbs
0:59:07
there's our pixel game i did all the art
0:59:09
for that which is fun
0:59:12
yeah
0:59:13
this is the pie game contest we
0:59:15
basically had 24 hours or whatever
0:59:18
to make a game and so aaron paul and
0:59:20
myself
0:59:21
went ahead and made it i did all the art
0:59:23
aaron did most of the programming um
0:59:25
paul jumped in and did a few things as
0:59:26
well
0:59:28
um homemade pizza yeah so this this is
0:59:31
uh this is how like this is the progress
0:59:33
right so
0:59:34
um they put down the space it only took
0:59:36
them like two or three hours to put the
0:59:37
base and they use quick set concrete
0:59:40
um so they started on that and um
0:59:42
started to really
0:59:44
quick
0:59:44
yeah so they put the door frame in
0:59:46
that each of the pieces interlock with
0:59:48
each other and they're about three
0:59:50
centimeters thick so the wood's really
0:59:52
really thick which is why it self
0:59:53
insulates
0:59:55
um then they got it up to this uh height
0:59:57
stage and they put in like this little
1:00:00
walkway down onto the patio it's all
1:00:02
muddy as you can see
1:00:04
um they put the window in which is
1:00:06
really nice that opens out um and so i
1:00:08
can have some nice air come into the
1:00:10
place during the work days
1:00:13
yeah yeah and you can see the the back
1:00:15
of the house there and the garden shed
1:00:17
over in that corner and a bit of the cat
1:00:19
run
1:00:20
so they're just assembling it all
1:00:21
yeah
1:00:23
i've got my little tomato garden here so
1:00:25
that's that netting
1:00:27
and the cat's just lazing around
1:00:30
they're usually at the back window but
1:00:31
they're at the front window because the
1:00:32
guy's um working
1:00:35
the cats weren't too scared
1:00:37
uh because they're our babies we don't
1:00:39
have children right
1:00:40
and then like if you look at this piece
1:00:42
here like they were laying the the
1:00:44
tiling which was this like it's almost
1:00:47
like a tar
1:00:48
type uh pre-packaged tiling and it
1:00:50
weighs a ton though because i tried
1:00:52
picking them up no they're quite heavy
1:00:54
um surprisingly heavy they put in these
1:00:56
french doors we were going to paint the
1:00:58
whole thing white originally as well um
1:01:00
so
1:01:02
we we kind of changed that last minute
1:01:04
because i liked the wood so much
1:01:06
um
1:01:07
yeah that was a good decision though
1:01:10
yeah
1:01:11
yeah
1:01:12
so like then we took a shot inside when
1:01:13
there was nothing in it um the floor was
1:01:16
all wood as well the same wood as the
1:01:17
the ceiling and the
1:01:19
walls
1:01:20
so we couldn't actually get wood in
1:01:22
australia the wooden australia ran out
1:01:24
so they had to get like wood from europe
1:01:26
like i think it was nordic spruce or
1:01:28
something like that and i'm like
1:01:29
australia has a wood shortage this is a
1:01:31
bizarre
1:01:32
um
1:01:33
but you know
1:01:34
things happen
1:01:35
um
1:01:36
so yeah like uh
1:01:38
cats there we go and so then then i had
1:01:41
the electricians come in right so they
1:01:42
put lights on the top and then i got the
1:01:44
air conditioning installed and i got
1:01:46
power points on each uh wall i ran cat6
1:01:49
in from inside as well
1:01:51
so i reckon i reckon the the the work
1:01:54
with electricity probably costs the same
1:01:55
amount as
1:01:57
as yeah
1:01:59
like it's ridiculous how much it costs
1:02:01
like electricians to trench um
1:02:03
you know like it was about three meters
1:02:05
away from the house
1:02:06
um so yeah that was that was kind of
1:02:08
what it looks like then we had the
1:02:10
painter come in um the painter was
1:02:12
allowed to work outdoors as well and you
1:02:14
can see all the rubbish that they'd left
1:02:15
that i had to clean up later
1:02:17
but like we ended up going with like uh
1:02:19
monument monument gray which is the same
1:02:22
color as what we've made the retainer
1:02:23
walls at the front garden okay
1:02:26
all right right yeah so that was kind of
1:02:28
like a little bit of consistency and
1:02:29
then he kind of stained so you can see
1:02:32
the difference in the woods only
1:02:33
slightly darker but it's it's got a nice
1:02:36
coat
1:02:37
and so this is kind of that finished
1:02:39
stage
1:02:40
and you can see a little bit of
1:02:41
insulation hanging down from the bottom
1:02:43
so
1:02:44
got insulation and then like i did this
1:02:45
little excited geek video like um some
1:02:48
mom and dad say like i've got a working
1:02:50
from home cabin this is exciting now
1:02:52
yeah uh yeah
1:02:54
vacuums came one for indoors and one for
1:02:56
the cabin i started the setup so this is
1:02:59
this is
1:03:02
this is a this is like a really nice
1:03:03
dowel monitor um yeah but it also is a
1:03:06
hub so it's got a whole bunch of usb
1:03:08
ports it charges 100 watts into the
1:03:11
laptop by usbc so i don't need a
1:03:14
separate charger for the big 16 inch
1:03:16
work laptop
1:03:17
yeah um
1:03:18
i've got like a little scarlet box for
1:03:20
audio so that my headphones are plugged
1:03:22
into that now but the microphone goes
1:03:24
through that i've got a little elgato
1:03:26
light but then i rely on the natural
1:03:28
light coming in from both windows as
1:03:29
well um
1:03:31
but i could put a second one if i wanted
1:03:33
to but i just haven't bothered the wife
1:03:35
uses a space for her singing so she
1:03:37
actually streams uh on the weekends
1:03:38
tomorrow she'll be streaming on twitch
1:03:40
um
1:03:44
so she puts her big alienware laptop
1:03:46
like
1:03:46
you know in the spot here and then she
1:03:49
can plug a keyboard and she can record
1:03:51
sound which is really cool
1:03:54
um the ikea furniture um came in pieces
1:03:58
so i could build bits of it and then i
1:04:00
had to wait for the rest yeah
1:04:02
um
1:04:03
and all the rubbish from the house like
1:04:05
literally fat exactly into the right
1:04:08
size thing wow look at that like i i was
1:04:11
almost in trouble and they would have
1:04:12
like they would have come and give me
1:04:14
grief but if it overflowed
1:04:16
and yeah yeah
1:04:18
that's the cat this is the carpet that
1:04:20
we got in the cabin it's like a nice
1:04:22
little rug
1:04:23
um yeah blankets so the cat can sit
1:04:25
there comfortably it's all about the cat
1:04:26
stripes
1:04:27
[Laughter]
1:04:30
and
1:04:30
yeah then we've got the two other cats
1:04:33
out in the cat cage and
1:04:35
this is what they do like when i'm
1:04:36
working and i don't let them in the
1:04:38
cabin it's like they stare at me from
1:04:40
the other windows
1:04:42
all in characters those moved into the
1:04:44
cabin
1:04:46
um lots of wine here we go this is what
1:04:48
i was looking for oh so that's kind of
1:04:50
like the final setup
1:04:52
that is really cool to be honest
1:04:54
um yeah you know um my brother has that
1:04:58
kind of a um desk where you press the
1:05:01
button and it comes up and
1:05:04
down as well so
1:05:06
that's really handy
1:05:08
yeah yeah so i can i can have a standing
1:05:10
desk sometimes yeah yeah um and this is
1:05:13
kind of like how the other side of the
1:05:14
room happened right so i've got like
1:05:17
you know like all my like big stuff the
1:05:19
imac yeah we see the background
1:05:22
yes all that stuff and i've got i've got
1:05:24
a ferris wheel out of lego in the
1:05:26
background if you look today like we
1:05:27
just finished building that this is how
1:05:29
the desk slides out so
1:05:31
yeah
1:05:32
um yeah because it's taking photos for
1:05:34
everyone because no one could actually
1:05:35
check it out right like none of my
1:05:36
family are they're excited to see space
1:05:38
and i had to show them what the the
1:05:40
stream setup would look like
1:05:43
and yeah then it just goes on to another
1:05:45
100 photos of cats
1:05:50
[Music]
1:05:54
that's pretty amazing though um yeah
1:05:57
very very very interesting and i think
1:05:59
it just kind of proves the whole point
1:06:01
that how passionate you guys are um like
1:06:04
like everyone could just have like a
1:06:06
nine to five but i think it's getting
1:06:08
out of your way and just doing something
1:06:10
which you really like
1:06:11
um
1:06:12
and as you said there's no actual reward
1:06:15
involved in it yeah right yeah for you
1:06:16
guys at least so that that's really
1:06:19
commendable uh for sure and i appreciate
1:06:21
that
1:06:21
[Music]
1:06:23
yeah no um it's uh yeah it's it's been
1:06:25
really good um
1:06:27
i mean it helps the show right but like
1:06:29
halfway was just i plan to work from
1:06:31
home like more often right
1:06:34
so it was kind of getting set up for
1:06:35
that and it means that um you know we've
1:06:37
got more space there's only a two
1:06:39
bedroom place that i'm in it's nothing
1:06:40
fancy
1:06:41
um
1:06:42
so adding a third bedroom was gonna cost
1:06:45
like you know a hundred thousand two
1:06:47
hundred thousand dollars to the front of
1:06:48
the house but it would have changed the
1:06:50
character of the house
1:06:51
so
1:06:53
putting this in the backyard was just um
1:06:55
i think it was a pretty good decision um
1:06:58
and yeah like uh it gives us this uh
1:07:02
space from each other as well like um
1:07:04
not that it's really needed
1:07:06
yeah if she wants to sing like it means
1:07:07
that i can have my work calls
1:07:09
um you know if i i can be really loud um
1:07:12
i get told i've got a booming voice
1:07:14
supposedly people tell me off all the
1:07:15
time so i can come in here i can have my
1:07:18
phone calls and she can just like you
1:07:19
know like hang out in the house and not
1:07:21
get too distracted as well
1:07:23
yeah for sure yeah i understand i i
1:07:26
think it happened in a pretty good
1:07:27
timing as well when you and paul just
1:07:29
came together and decided to do this
1:07:32
yeah exactly
1:07:35
for sure
1:07:36
but yeah
1:07:38
we can keep going on talk for like
1:07:41
another two hours
1:07:42
but i think uh each weekend for you and
1:07:46
i think
1:07:47
you shouldn't hang you on for long
1:07:49
i think that's okay i've got my uh like
1:07:53
sneakily in the background um
1:08:02
i've got some nice ice cream arriving as
1:08:04
well like because we're gonna continue
1:08:06
borderlands and we've decided we're
1:08:08
gonna finish the game in the next two
1:08:09
hours and so nice like ice cream
1:08:12
hopefully keep us up but uh not help my
1:08:15
weight
1:08:15
[Laughter]
1:08:19
you do have a different time for a five
1:08:21
push-up store that's the stuff uh we can
1:08:23
but it's gonna be hard to see me so like
1:08:26
what i'll do is i'll just shout out
1:08:28
okay
1:08:30
remember it works like everyone trusts
1:08:32
you here so
1:08:34
exactly so
1:08:35
yeah
1:08:36
you all trust you yeah are we gonna do
1:08:39
it
1:08:40
yeah surely
1:08:41
yeah
1:08:42
yep can someone clip this please thank
1:08:44
you
1:08:48
i probably need the push-ups anyway
1:08:49
right
1:08:53
[Music]
1:09:05
we'll be at countdown from five yeah
1:09:07
yeah here we go
1:09:09
five
1:09:11
four
1:09:11
three two one
1:09:14
did i do mine too fast
1:09:29
oh my chair stuck
1:09:32
ah
1:09:33
there you go
1:09:36
yeah um
1:09:38
cool
1:09:39
thanks matt thanks for joining us um i
1:09:41
think it was pretty fun talking to you
1:09:43
and uh we're gonna have one in the show
1:09:45
for sure again um but i think it was a
1:09:48
pretty special occasion and i think
1:09:50
we
1:09:51
both owed you a pretty big thank you
1:09:54
for just getting us all in place and uh
1:09:57
i think it's a pretty major milestone
1:09:58
and um thanks to paul as well for sure
1:10:01
um
1:10:02
yeah i think could be pulled
1:10:04
this this hundred episode is probably
1:10:06
the byproduct of your guys efforts for
1:10:08
sure
1:10:10
uh we're not gonna take your credit
1:10:11
right like you guys have done 100
1:10:13
episodes
1:10:14
so it's all on you and like um
1:10:15
persistence right at the end of the day
1:10:17
like
1:10:18
it's pretty amazing that you've managed
1:10:19
to get together a hundred times uh
1:10:22
especially with
1:10:23
you know everything being so
1:10:25
all over the place this year it feels
1:10:28
so you guys have done really well and uh
1:10:30
yeah you've got to pat yourselves on the
1:10:32
back and and you've kept to it you've
1:10:34
done such a fantastic job and
1:10:36
hopefully zane your line arrives yeah
1:10:39
but i got it
1:10:41
looking forward to the car
1:10:42
has but for some reason um zane's one's
1:10:45
a little bit delayed
1:10:46
yeah but uh yeah
1:10:49
great work and i'm sure you'll continue
1:10:51
building your audience and uh yeah i'll
1:10:53
come back um next time that you want me
1:10:55
on and uh yeah
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yeah thanks for that do you have
1:10:58
anything else
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um i
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just
1:11:03
wanted to
1:11:05
say as in how impressive for your
1:11:08
stories your journey from
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your
1:11:11
building the shed and also most
1:11:14
important
1:11:15
the being an inspiration for
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us for continuing this
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stream as in every six days
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search and
1:11:26
thank you for as in all your support and
1:11:29
also most importantly taking the time
1:11:33
uh as in taking your family time i would
1:11:36
say to come and
1:11:39
attend this um i really hope your
1:11:42
wife isn't
1:11:44
um hating
1:11:46
me and kartik at the moment
1:11:48
as much
1:11:50
she's fine
1:11:51
no
1:11:52
no drama or pressure saying but uh it's
1:11:54
more it's more my side being a pleasure
1:11:56
joining you guys
1:11:57
yeah
1:11:59
for sure
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cool
1:12:01
thanks michaels um
1:12:03
sure we will look forward to having you
1:12:06
again and
1:12:07
thanks to all the viewers who tuned in
1:12:10
as well
1:12:11
uh i've been up
1:12:13
there having you on the journey
1:12:15
with us and it's it's just
1:12:18
all of your guys support earning
1:12:21
encouragement that keeps us actually
1:12:23
going and um
1:12:25
yeah
1:12:26
look
1:12:28
forward to
1:12:29
more code embarrassments funds and
1:12:32
learnings
1:12:34
as
1:12:35
always
1:12:36
yeah i i can see on matt's face ice
1:12:39
cream is melting
1:12:41
all right yeah yeah
1:12:44
i turned the heating on in here it's
1:12:46
gotten too hot
1:12:49
cool so we won't hold you up for too
1:12:51
long but yeah thanks everyone thanks for
1:12:53
joining um yeah yeah
1:12:55
i think the most important part is we'll
1:12:56
come back tomorrow for the 101th episode
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so that's what i'm more excited about
1:13:01
yeah me too
1:13:05
alright guys
1:13:07
thank you and have a great
1:13:09
night all thanks for
1:13:12
joining once again cheers
1:13:15
bye