Friday, September 5th, 2008

Audible Ajax Episode 29: Interview with Google’s Gavin Doughtie

Category: Podcasts

<>p>In the run up to The Ajax Experience conference coming up at the end of this month, Dion and I thought it would be fun to interview a few of the speakers. In this episode of Audible Ajax, we talk with Gavin Doughtie, a Dojo contributor and Google employee. The topics range from browser graphics to hiring good JavaScript engineers. Hope you enjoy it!

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These podcasts are very interesting, but I constantly have to adjust the volume. In general, the whole podcast’s volume is too low. I have to raise my way up, and then the rest of my system alerts are so loud that I fall off my chair when I get e.g. a twitter alert.

Furthermore, in this case, Gavin was a lot louder than the interviewer (Dion?).

It would be great if you can normalise the volume levels.

Thanks again

Comment by igitur — September 6, 2008

Sorry, the difference between the podcast’s volume and the rest of my system was my own fault. But I still think there’s a noticeable difference between the interviewer and interviewee.

Comment by igitur — September 6, 2008

I’d just like to point out that I was on my cell phone in the lobby outside the room in Portland where I’d given my second OSCON talk, so they did a pretty good job of keeping the audio legible.

Comment by gavindoughtie — September 7, 2008

Yeah, I had trouble hearing Dion as well. I had the volume cranked that high just to hear him that when Gavin started talking I almost jumped out of the car! +1 for normalisation.

Good show though, keep them coming

Comment by DanF — September 9, 2008

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