A society podcast in Danish from Jeppe Engell
Creators: Anders Høeg Nissen (Host, Producer), Esben Hardenberg (Host) (edit)
DataSnak sætter fokus på relevante it-faglige og it-politiske emner og nørder igennem på helt specifikke temaer.
Formålet er at gøre lytterne klogere på hvad der sker i deres arbejdsliv her og nu og i fremtiden, og gå i dybden med problemstillinger fra it-professionelles hverdag.
Redaktør på podcasten er it-faglig konsulent Jeppe Engell som sammen med Adam Bindslev og Anders Høeg Nissen er de faste værter på podcasten, der udkommer hvert 14. dag.
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