Improv for Programmers: Inventing the Toaster


We always like to change things up a little bit here at TDWTF, and thanks to our sponsor Raygun, we’ve got a chance to bring you a little treat, or at least something a little different.

We’re back with a new podcast, but this one isn’t a talk show or storytelling format, or even a radio play. Remy rounded up some of the best comedians in Pittsburgh who were also in IT, and bundled them up to do some improv, using articles from our site and real-world IT news as inspiration. It’s… it’s gonna get weird.

Music: “Happy Happy Game Show” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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