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Oxide Computer Company
On The Metal
As a part of starting Oxide Computer Company, Bryan Cantrill and Jess Frazelle decided to also create the podcast that they always wanted. Joined frequently by their boss, Steve Tuck, Bryan and Jess interview incredible guests retelling stories of adventure at the hardware/software interface. It’s unapologetically technical and as Jess says, “the nerdiest podcast on the face of the planet” -- but if you're their kind of nerd, you'll find yourself hanging on every word!
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 199 ratings
Please! More episodes
I was absolutely spellbound by this podcast. I want to hear more war stories from the past.
Toosman via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 04/20/21
I recommend this podcast to anyone interested in computers and or their history. Whether you love hardware or software, there is something for everyone. The guests on the show are amazing and their stories are one of a kind. The hosts are equally great. If you haven’t heard of Bryan before, go...Read full review »
cgburgess via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/25/21
Great podcast
Really interesting, particularly loved the Jonathan Blow epic episode.
mnd999 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/17/21
Recent Episodes
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On this episode of On the Metal, we interview John Graham-Cumming. Some folks might know John as the CTO of Cloudflare, but he is also a great source of knowledge about computer history including Turing, Babbage, and Lovelace. Join us as we step back in time and learn about how John got started...
Published 01/11/21
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