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Andy Beeker is watching Office Space. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr

This episode is different than a normal episode of Cross Cutting Concerns!

  1. This episode is about an R-Rated movie! Normally my podcast is G-rated, but that is not the case for this episode. If you normally listen with children, I recommend you listen to Story Pirates with them instead!

  2. This is a long episode: almost an hour. Normally my episodes are around 15 minutes.

  3. This is an episode about a (vaguely) technical/computer related movie. I’ve done a couple of episodes like this in the past: 071 - Bill Sempf on Sneakers and 036 - Kevin Groves on Pirates of Silicon Valley.

Show Notes:

What movie should I tackle next time? Leave some feedback and let me know!

Want to be on the next episode? You can! All you need is the willingness to talk about something technical.

Steve Crow is using Nexmo to communicate. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr

Show Notes:

Want to be on the next episode? You can! All you need is the willingness to talk about something technical.

Peter Lorimer has built the ASPeKT AOP framework. This episode is sponsored by Uncall.

Show Notes:

Want to be on the next episode? You can! All you need is the willingness to talk about something technical.

Podcast 107 - Season 3 Wrap

December 05, 2018 mgroves 0 Comments
Tags: podcast

Thank you for being a loyal listener of Cross Cutting Concerns. This is a very short episode, but stay tuned until the end of the episode for a little sneak peak at what's coming next year.

I've really enjoy making these shows, and I hope you find them useful!

I'll be back with new episodes in 2019.

In the meantime, there are a few things you can do to help support the show.

First, if you are using any podcast platform that allows reviews, especially iTunes, leaving a review is very helpful, and helps people find the show.

Second, I've started a new "feedback" page. You can submit ideas and vote on other's ideas. Go to crosscuttingconcerns.com/podcast and click on the LEAVE FEEDBACK button.

I'm especially interested in suggestions for future guests, your thoughts on the JavaScript game this year, and what topics you'd like to hear covered. More COBOL? Less JavaScript? More Nintendo emulation? Less ColdFusion? I want to know. This year was the best year yet, but I think next year will be ever greater with your help.

Third, please tell people about the show! Tweet, facebook, tell your coworkers.

Finally, I'm thankful for my sponsor this year, Smartsheet. Check them out at smartsheet.com/crosscuttingconcerns. I'm also thankful to all the great guests, I can't list them all, but I'm so grateful that I got to meet and hang out with all of you. I want to give special thanks to David Giard for being so supportive and inspirational. Be sure to check out his show Technology and Friends. I also want to give special thanks to Joe Ferg for creating some amazing music, make sure to check out all the excellent stuff he is creating at JoeFerg.com.

I'm thankful for each one of my listeners, and I hope you'll stay with me next year.

 

Matthew D. Groves

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Matthew D. Groves lives in Central Ohio. He works remotely, loves to code, and is a Microsoft MVP.

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