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Al is based in East Anglia and has works for an IT for over 20 Years.I have mainly focusing on large and small scale business IT infrastructures dealing mainly with Windows Servers, VMware, SAN and Networking. He had recently changed directions becoming a DevOps engineer to focus on infrastructure as code. On the other side i am a Dad two children, Love Linux and love being outside.
Caroline officially entered the podcasting world in 2009, after having been a fairly major distraction to her husband, Dave, whilst he was presenting The Bugcast as a solo effort. The introduction of Caroline into The Bugcast totally changed the dynamic of the show – for the better – as she is presenting her own musical tastes as well as her opinions into the mix. Outside of podcasting, Caroline is both an artist and writer with a number of books in progress.
Dave has been in the audio industry in many forms for many years having been involved in the production of shows for hospital radio. His father also ran a famous audio/visual studio in Woking, Surrey for a number of years, so the industry is very much in Dave’s veins. He started The Bugcast, initially on his own, in March 2008 to prove that he could do it after being inspired by a couple of friends who were also podcasting at the time. He is now involved with a number of other podcasts in the music and technical arenas, and is also testing the waters as a voice artist. When Dave isn’t podcasting, he’s a musician and web developer as well as being employed full-time as a database administrator and developer.
Jon Spriggs, sometimes known as Jon The Nice Guy, has worked for over 20 years in the IT Industry, working in service desks, on site desktop support, server support and network security. Most recently, he's been tasked with understanding and implementing automation and orchestration practices for Network Security professionals for a Solutions Integrator.
Outside of work, Jon podcasts with The Admin Admin Podcast, is a father, an occasional (bad) programmer, an Open Source evangelist, a geek and a Radio Amateur. He's also guest hosted on several other podcasts and spoken at conferences.
Jonathan is new to podcasting in 2016 and has always wanted to learn more about the creative process of capturing & conveying stories. He's been inspired by podcasters like Dave & Caroline over the years and is excited to have found an idea to start his own show with finally.
Through his job he's been part of the growing tech community in Nottingham and is looking forward to finding opportunities to share some of the buzz around this thriving meetup scene.
Alongside his job as a 'DevOps' Team Lead he's also a regular at ParkRun and is training for his first half-marathon later on this year.
Kevie is from the Outer Hebrides, in the north west of Scotland,UK. He started podcasting with TuxJam back in 2011 and followed this by co-hosting tech-themed, discussion show Crivins along with Gordon Sinclair. A full time Linux user, currently using Debian as his distro of choice, and a keen promoter of unknown artists/bands, especially those who release their music under a Creative Commons license, this led Kevie to starting the CCJam community podcast. Always keen to spread the word on Creative Commons music and open source projects, Kevie has appeared as a guest on the Bugcast, Hacker Public Radio, Music Manumit Podcast, Rathole Radio and TINT.
Lainey is brand new to the podcasting world but has been looking to jump in to starting a new show for quite a while.
She comes from just outside Manchester, UK and has an eclectic taste in music but her absolute favourite genre is country. She'd love to bring a little bit more country to the world and after seeing an increase in country tracks played on other shows, she decided to finally make that leap and create her first podcast, something she is very excited to share with you.
Mark is one of the hosts and founding members of the The Binary Times audio show. His personal philosophy towards life, work and others is based around ideas of social cooperation. “I am who I am because of who we all are” is an idea espoused by the Ubuntu community. He's drawn to this idea and to the ideals of free & open source software and free & open communities and culture in general.
The Binary Times was started at the start of 2017. The two hosts wanted to give podcasting a go and wanted to tell the world about free and open source software, hardware and culture. And the weather, an eternal fascination for Irish folk.
Senior dimwit of the Duffercast. Also rare appearances on Crivins and Hacker Public Radio. FLOSS everyday! From Sweden, living in the land of the Geats.
Paul knows nothing about podcasting, which is why he is part of The Duffercast.
Currently British and living in Belgium, he earns an income from building interfaces. In what little spare time he has, he blogs at expatpaul.eu and microblogs on Quitter.se.
Stuart is originally from Yorkshire, currently residing in the East Midlands of the UK. He is new to the podcasting world, but has been involved in audio for a number of years. A guitarist and musician for the better part of twenty years, Stuart enjoys all things audio.
He works as a DevOps Engineer, and has a passion for Linux and Open Source.
After years of discovering new technology and music through different podcasts and other mediums, he hopes to help others on their discovery of open source, technology and music.
Wayne hosts The Binary Times Audiocast alongside Mark. He is a Linux enthusiast and has been exploring the technology sector for over three decades. Many of his interests lies in the system administration area and loves self-hosting services. He is also interested in privacy matters with regard to technology, in a time where privacy is a rare treasure.
Yannick is our french resident. He lives in Switzerland, which makes him the official "French Guy from Switzerland".
He started his show Euterpia Radio back in 2009. In 2010 he "forked" his show to create Euterpia Radio Rock. Since then he's been involved with podcasting in one way or another, either as a host for his own or for other shows, as a jingle producer, as a music scout, etc...
"In real life", Yannick is a software architect, an open source developer, and a linux lover.