Reviews
This podcast has been an eye opener on the history which drives most modern practices in technology sometimes in surprising and unexpected ways. Well worth the listen if you are interested in systems engineering and it’s development.
ohmyworditsbilly via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 08/13/22
I wish they’d make more episodes!
ALoonieSaved via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/01/22
Great blasts from the pasta and relevant lessons for the future. Hope for more.
The_Bishop via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 06/23/22
The interviewer is a know-it-all and interrupts his guests. Hate podcasts like this, your guests are the interesting part so let them talk. Nobody cares how much about computers you know, in fact, the podcast would be better if you knew less and at least admitted it. Interesting guests and...Read full review »
smt🕺 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/11/22
This is a great podcast . Every episode brings out great people and great computing stories with them. I hope you guys continue .
karshm via Apple Podcasts · India · 06/04/22
Wonderful show. As a millennial whose trying to download compsci info, I appreciate this show.
Duhman117 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/29/22
It’s one of the coolest podcasts I’ve listened to. Thank you so much for making it!
oswald_42 via Apple Podcasts · Russia · 07/03/21
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
Really interesting, particularly loved the Jonathan Blow epic episode.
mnd999 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/17/21
I was looking for a techincal programming podcast, this is it thanku
ne405 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/07/20
It was amazing to hear all of the career and project stories by people working with low-level hardware and graphics, and with experience programming efficient software at every level between. Don’t let the three-stars get you down! And Jess has heard of everything. Let her say what she hasn’t....Read full review »
hey_i_try via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/19/20
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tobin cantrill via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/25/20
For an old school nerd like me this podcast is super interesting. The presenters and guests are some of the most accomplished and technically influential people from the last three decades of computing. Being a fly on the wall as they discuss their mind blowing antics and achievements is just...Read full review »
@staringskyward via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/15/20
So this podcast likely appeals only to a very specific type of nerd, but if you’re in that demographic then it’s an endlessly engaging dive into computer history (and present). It features a range of guests who you may or may not have heard of before, but whose work has certainly already touched...Read full review »
Alex Haydock via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/05/20
They have interesting guests, but the three people doing the podcast are highly annoying. Listen to the recap for the complete horror.
Kragil via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 02/05/20
I have really enjoyed listening to all of season 1 (I can’t wait for more). Every episode contains an interesting interview with someone different. The long episodes have been great. I think it would be good to get some of the guests back for more (such as J Blow to talk more about his compiler...Read full review »
XSlattery via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/05/20
Thanks a lot for those amazing stories ! I am a millennial and I am literally blown away by those amazing stories and people you have on this podcast. I am pleased to learn so many things every week. Please keep going ! Thanks !
benjaminch07 via Apple Podcasts · France · 02/04/20
Wonderful podcast, with great stories and interesting tales of Silicon Valley. Can’t wait for season 2.
warrenrabbitpod via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/03/20
This show should really be called “Conversations with Cantrill”. Jess and Steve seem like really awesome people but they’re not adding much to the conversation. I’d love to see Bryan talk a little (or a lot) less and the other two pipe in more. Otherwise, pretty interesting show.
chalcidfly via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/30/20
This is my favorite podcast right now. A walk down computing’s memory lane (pun intended). All technology, no fluff, and the chemistry between Bryan, Jess and Steve is great.
Alan Sguigna via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/16/20
Super interesting subject matter Ames long form interviews that get into many fun details of computing history. Would recommend Bryan spend less time asking Jess if she knows about some piece of old tech; that pattern is quickly getting old.
Km9843 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/15/20
A big thank you, was completely spellbound by storytelling and the right kind of nerdism that follow my brainwaves. More!
peobe via Apple Podcasts · Sweden · 12/06/19
Finally a podcast created specifically for computer history nerds!
davecheney via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 12/05/19
Jess, thank you for making the point about awesome uses for on-prem technologies despite the trend ("hype" in my opinion) to go to the cloud. I think a lot of people are like lemmings when it comes to cloud without actually considering all of the security and performance implications. ...Read full review »
Kc428 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/04/19
Sounds like a dream team for this new company, I look forward to hearing some great stories!
theSquashSH via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/02/19
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