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Questions of the Week

Every week we take questions submitted to us by our audience, and answer them live on the podcast. If you have a question you would like to hear answered, please send us an email with the question, and we’ll endeavour to answer it on the show.

Cool Things of the Week

Every week, we go through a “Cool Thing” - it could be a great project running on Google Cloud Platform, a fantastic tip or trick on Google Cloud Platform, an Open Source project or really just about anything we think is new and innovative. If you have something that you think would fit this, send it through and we will consider it to be featured on our show!

Current Hosts

The current hosts of the show are:

Mark Mandel

Mark Mandel

Mark Mandel is a Developer Advocate for the Google Cloud Platform. Hailing from Australia, Mark built his career developing backend web applications which included several widely adopted open source projects, and running an international conference in Melbourne for several years. Since then he has focused on becoming a polyglot developer, building systems in Go, JRuby and Clojure on a variety of infrastructures. In his spare time he plays with his dog, trains martial arts and reads too much fantasy literature.

Melanie Warrick

Melanie Warrick

Melanie Warrick is a Developer Relations Engineer for AI and the Cloud at Google and speaks a lot about AI and ML. She was a founding engineer on a deep learning platform prior to Google and worked on machine learning engineering at Change.org. In another life she had a comprehensive consulting career, as an IC and leading teams both domestic and international and before that she was working behind the scenes in the film industry. In her spare time, she sleeps.

Hosts Memoriam

Francesc Campoy Flores

Francesc Campoy Flores

Francesc Campoy Flores was an original co-host of the podcast and Developer Advocate for Go and the Cloud at Google. He joined the Go team in 2012 and since then he has written some considerable didactic resources and traveled the world attending conferences, organizing live courses, and meeting fellow gophers. He joined Google in 2011 as a backend software engineer working mostly in C++ and Python, but it was with Go that he rediscovered how fun programming can be.