The show focuses on some of the most influential forces of today’s coding world. Season 2 is set to explain the mechanisms behind technology’s biggest innovations, including bots, machine learning, mixed reality, modern app development and explore tech leaders and trend setters.
While the show mainly targets developers, Shewchuk creates a familiar atmosphere where complex coding seems like a simple task for less tech savvy viewers.
The show’s main goal is to be an accessible tool for developers and code interested viewers, to learn and get inspired. “I want people to go out there and build a beautiful user interface, there are amazing tools and communities waiting for people to come up with something awesome,” Jacob Thornton co-inventor of Bootstrap said in his guest appearance in the show’s premiere.
The second season of DECODED takes viewers around the globe and shares fascinating windows into modern developers on the forefront of open source development.
They will look at how the US Ski and Snowboard Team is using machine learning to gather and analyze unique performance data on the slopes of Snowbird Utah.
And take a look at how this technology is optimizing the agriculture industry along with conversations with innovators who are working to change the way we understand and play golf through the use of machine learning.
They will also explore the mechanisms behind technology’s biggest innovations, including bots, machine learning, mixed reality, modern app development, as well as tech leaders and trendsetters — the “Trailblazers.”
As host of the DECODED Show, Shewchuk has an uncanny way of translating complex code and bringing it down to Earth in a way that we can all relate to, and at times, even blow our minds. Once the coding aspect is explained, you can then see the real-world applications that are disrupting entire industries.
The new episodes will look under the hood at the most dynamic open source software in the world today, the people behind it, and the problems they use it to solve.