Podcast – Sheffield Digital

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Episode 19: Helen Milner on the Good Things story and being one of Sheffield’s best kept tech secrets

Helen Milner talks about the charity's origins, its expansion to Australia and Kenya, recruiting in Sheffield, and the challenges of digital inclusion.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed Episode 19 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is ready for you and features an interview with Helen Milner, chief executive of Good Things Foundation. We start be asking Helen to share a potted history of the organisation, including its recent expansion into Australia

Episode 18: Chris Roberts on growing a collective with strong values

We speak to the founder of Nimble Approach and cover all the latest news and events in Sheffield's digital sector.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed We loved hearing Chris talk about how he is doing things a little bit differently. From pop-up squads and culture change to focusing (and sticking to) strong values, Nimble Approach has grown quickly and is doing really rather well. If you are thinking

Episode 17: Robin Wood on SteelCon, security and running a successful event

Founder of SteelCon talks about this year's event and we run through a busy month of news and events in Sheffield.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed Episode 17 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is ready for you and features an interview with Robin Wood, security consultant, researcher and co-founder of the ever-popular SteelCon. Mel and Chris spoke to Robin about how SteelCon started, why it’s so successful, and online

Episode 16: Emma Cooper on Playground, young people and digital, and diversity in tech

Enjoy this wide-ranging conversation with Emma, who is co-curator of the Playground exhibition and an all-round digital maker and doer.

Download the mp3 file Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe to the RSS feed Episode 16 of the Sheffield Digital Podcast is out and features a conversation with Emma Cooper, co-curator of Playgrounds, a week-long free exhibition of interactive art for children and families. Emma has worked in Sheffield’s digital sector for many years, so we also