Jupiter Broadcasting Hosts

Meet the amazing hosts of Jupiter Broadcasting!

Allan Jude

TechSNAP, BSDNow

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
I’ve always liked to talk shop, and to learn about the latest things in my field (Unix sysadmin). The show helps me keep current by giving me an excuse to research things that I might otherwise not make time for. I really enjoy my work and feel lucky that I get to do something I love every day.

What you like to do in your free time?
What free time? My friends and I try to get together to watch a movie or two a few times a month. Most of the free time I make for my self is spent going to technical conferences, because they are like an 2-3 day interactive episode of TechSNAP, talking shop with people who do interesting things. I also enjoy skiing and indoor rock climbing.

How you found Jupiter Broadcasting?
JB had moved its chatroom to my servers a while back, but I had never paid them much attention. One day the room had an unusually high number of people in it, so I stopped in to see what was going on. Before I could figure out what was going on, some random person named ‘Jeremy’asked “What is the name of Captain Archer’s Dog?”, so which I immediately replies “Porthos”. As it turns out, I had stumbled into a trivia contest and I had in fact won a closed-beta invite to Star Trek Online. Over the next few days as the JupiterForce guild started to come together, I donated hosting for a TeamSpeak server, so we could all chat while playing. I eventually took over hosting the Jupiter Colony site when the old web host shut the site down for being too busy. And then I eventually took over hosting the main site, the live stream, the episode downloads and more. Somewhere in there, I also got asked about doing a show.

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
ScaleEngine is growing nicely and we are implementing a number of new features, including converting all of our servers of ‘Root-on-ZFS’ with Boot Environments. I am also working on a spare time project to develop a workaround for a shortcoming in the LACP protocol to make better use of multiple gigabit network links between storage servers.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
I think one of my favourite episodes was “TechSNAP 93 – Red October Hunts you”

Getting to go in to detail on one of the most complex bits of malware ever seen was really interesting. Although some of my favourite episodes of TechSNAP are where I get to explain some cool technology, like RAID or the complexities of taking proper backups.

How you prefer people to contact you?
I am fairly active on Twitter (@AllanJude) and a bit on G+ (gplus.to/allanjude) but you can also email me at allan@jupiterbroadcasting.com

Angela Fisher

FauxShow, Women’s Tech Radio, Tech Talk Today

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
I chose topics I want to cover in the FauxShow based on my own interest and the interest of the community. I rarely like to announce ahead of time what the subject will be because it’s easy to say “Oh that’s boring” but I like that the FauxShow makes even seemingly boring topics, fun. I also see the show as continuing education.

What you like to do in your free time?
I really enjoy taking pictures and scrapbooking. I’m a big fan of reading, though I don’t get to read as much as I’d like to.

How you found Jupiter Broadcasting?
I FOUND IT IN MY HOUSE! :-O

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
I look forward to expanding my role at Jupiter Broadcasting both on the back end and in content. I think my biggest efforts so far have been in my show, the affiliates, and the newsletter.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
It was really hard to choose, but I really like the Flat Angela Awards. It was so cool to see the audience print me out and take me all around the world! It TRULY made it a social experience.
link: http://blip.tv/fauxshow/fuaxshow-63-flat-angela-awards-11-9-11-5723590

How you prefer people to contact you?
I can be contacted here: angela@jupiterbroadcasting.com!

Chase Nunes

Unfilter

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
There is so much happening in the world, and the reporting on that needs to be told in a “unbiased” and “real” manner. The older I get and the more I learn, the more I want to share. It’s frustrating to see how things are unraveling, becoming tilted and biased out there…..so to be able to share my personal feelings and thoughts are a powerful thing to be able to do every week.

What you like to do in your free time?
When I’m not broadcasting, I like to play pinball, watch a variety of sports to include baseball, cricket, austrailian rules football and tinker a lot with technology and gaming.

How you found Jupiter Broadcasting?
I was listening to one of my favorite podcasts when I heard Chris’s name mentioned (during the No Agenda Show) and they stated that he was from the same town I live in! I was like “no freaking way?!?!” another broadcaster in the same town?? – So I contacted Chris via email and the rest (as they say) is history!

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
Continue building my network (GeekGamer.TV) and being involved in the broadcasting arena. I hope to some day to work in this medium full time. Ideally for myself….but for someone else would be cool too! :)

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
When Chris and I brought in special coverage of the 2012 election was really special. We flowed from one story to the next, breaking in with live coverage. It went so well and it was loads of fun. Love the special editions!

How you prefer people to contact you?
I can be contacted via Twitter: http://twitter.com/nunes or via e-mail: chase@geekgamer.tv

Chris Fisher

Coder Radio, FauxShow,
LAS, Linux Unplugged,
Plan B, SciByte,
TechSNAP, Unfilter

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
It’s a great time to be new media. The Internet is changing everything, new opportunities that were never possible for independent content smart people really care about.

What you like to do in your free time?
Stare at bitcoin trackers.

How you found Jupiter Broadcasting?
Funny story.. I had this idea one day…

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
Making it better and better, every day.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
I love all my shows equally.

How you prefer people to contact you?
Twitter! @ChrisLAS

Kris Moore

BSDNow

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
I’m a big fan of BSD software and have been involved in the PC-BSD project since its inception. I think that diversity in the software world is a good thing, and will put the BSD license on top of all other comers when it comes to the simplicity and freedom it offers.

What do you like to do in your free time?
Between having a family and our 5 kids, I’m a pretty busy guy. However I have been, and always will be a video game fan and movie buff. I’m also in the process of learning to play Bass guitar and really enjoying a musical slice of life now.

How did you find Jupiter Broadcasting?
I first heard of Jupiter Broadcasting through Allan Jude, my co-host. I had met him at a Trade Show (BSDCan if I recall), and he told me about the Tech Snap podcast. About a year later he asked if I wanted to help him with BSDNow, and the rest, they say, is history.

What are ambitions or future projects you are excited about
Since my day job is working on the PC-BSD project, it is what fuels most of my future plans and ambitions. I’ve been very excited about some of the recent changes we’ve made in our upcoming 10.x series. In particular I’m looking forward to the future of doing more with ZFS and “bhyve” on Free/PC-BSD.

What is your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
So far my favorite episode would have to be number 14, our ZFS extravaganza. ZFS is one of the technologies which is fueling much innovation in the BSD space right now. Our tutorial and interview barely scratched the surface, but hopefully piqued a lot of interest in the future of file-systems.

http://www.bsdnow.tv/episodes/2013_12_04-zettabytes_for_days

How do you prefer people to contact you?
I’m not much for social media, rather old-school that way, so the best method is via my e-mail “kris@pcbsd.org”

Michael Dominick

Coder Radio

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
I’m passionate about developing software, because it is one of the only disciplines that allows an individual or small team to create something of quality as good or better than a large organization could create.

What you like to do in your free time?
In my free time, when I am not coding, I tend to read about non-technical things. I am something of a history buff and enjoy reading biographies of past world leaders and the like. I also enjoy enjoy a good work of fiction as well.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
My favorite episode of Coder Radio so far has to be episode 29 our indie games special.

How you prefer people to contact you?
I always love hearing from listeners and encourage you all to reach me on Google plus or on Twitter: (@dominucco).

Noah Chelliah

Linux Action Show

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
As IT professionals we are routinely trusted to find the best solutions for our clients and of course for our friends and families. I ask myself every morning, “if everyone was using one of the challengers to Linux do I think they’d be better off?” I’m always left with a pit in my stomach. On the flip side though, when I think about a world where everyone runs Linux on their desktops and laptops that pit quickly turns to butterflies and excitement.

What you like to do in your free time?
In the winter I’m an active ham radio operator. In the summer as a certified firearms instructor and someone who loves the outdoors, I’m forced to split my time between the gun range, camping at lake, and waterskiing with my wife and two kids.

How you found Jupiter Broadcasting?
I was in an online argument and the other person cited an episode of The Linux Action Show. I remember thinking to myself, “An entire show dedicated to Linux and I’m not riveted to my TV every week? Drastic changes are in order!”

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
I’m excited to travel for the show! I’ve always attended Linux events from a working professionals point of view. This forces me to spend my time thinking about which clients could benefit from the presentations rather than concentrating on which projects are benefiting the community as a whole and thus, which projects I would organically be interested in.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
Traveling to Seattle is always fun. The opportunity to work in studio with Chris is something I always enjoy. Shooting my first episode followed by a pleasant surprise of guest hosting for the Faux Show was a great experience especially when it was the middle piece of the Linux Action Show Sandwich

How you prefer people to contact you?
It probably seems old fashion but I’m a huge fan of email. It allows me to prioritize, consolidate, and keep record of all my communication. You can email me at noah [at] jupiterbroadcasting.com. I’m active on Twitter as @Kernellinux and Facebook facebook.com/Kernellinux. I have a G+ profile google.com/+NoahChelliah that I’m checking more and more.

Paige Hubbell

Women’s Tech Radio

Why you are passionate about the subjects covered in your show?
Having a career in technology has opened amazing doors in my life despite my non-traditional journey into it. By showcasing other women in technology roles I’m hoping to help irradiate the idea that tech is only “for guys”. Also, beyond that, the people on our show are doing amazing things with technology and have incredible journey that have gotten them where they are, and that transcends gender and can be an inspiration for anyone who might be considering getting into tech.

What you like to do in your free time?
In my free time I’m an aspiring Paleo cook, motorcycle enthusiast, board game geek, video game nerd, and all around jack of all trades. If I’m not learning to do something new, I’m not happy.

How did you find Jupiter Broadcasting?
I first found Jupiter Broadcasting when it was just the Linux Action Show, I started watching inside the first few episodes since I was just getting into Linux and wanted to learn everything I could.

Ambitions or future projects you are excited about?
My long term plan is to build myself an ironman suit. For now though I’m working as a founding member of Code Guild Agency and having a blast building a firm where the involvement in and creation of community takes a front row seat.

Your favorite episode you’ve done so far?
I don’t think I could really pick a favourite. The stories are all so unique and amazing that I’m inspired every time we sit down and record an interview.

How you prefer people to contact you?
Email is hands down the best way to catch me. Hit me up at wtr@jupiterbroadcasting.com