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This podcast celebrates the incredible body of work done by broadcast legend David Letterman and Company. On the show we highlight folks who worked for Dave or were a part of any of his shows productions, people who had an encounter with one of his shows, or are enthusiasts with relevant discussion points or memories pertaining to any of Letterman's productions or endeavors. The Podcast does not focus on anything gossipy or salacious; instead it is meant to be a living record of the unpreced ...
 
I am Dhaval Patel, a software engineer by profession and a teacher by heart. I've worked with Nvidia and Bloomberg. I strongly believe "Anyone Can Code" ! No matter what your background and past skill set is, you can learn programming if it is taught in a simplistic and intuitive way. The goal of this channel is to fulfill this vision by teaching the programming in most simplest and intuitive manner. I teach simple programming, data science, data analytics, artificial intelligence, machine l ...
 
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Jeff Martin was a writer with Late Night with David Letterman from 1982-1989. He also wrote for The Simpsons, Norm MacDonald, Craig Fergusson and more. Many folks might remember his portrayal of 'Flunky the Clown.' This episode begins talking about Jeff's history at Harvard, his role with the Harvard Lampoon, and some of the people he met there inc…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Ben Doremus. Ben is a leader in Healthcare Analytics with a broad background in data, engineering, and management. His communication skills were refined during a decade as a 3rd-12th grade STEM teacher and teacher-of-teachers. After the stint in public schools, he found a new niche by blending his leadership…
 
Irene Hoffman has returned, becoming The Letterman Podcast's first three time guest, and this time she isn't alone. she brought her man, myth and legend, the one and only Rupert Jee! Opening up like never before, Rupert tells us many behind the scenes stories and explains how many of his segments played out from his point of view. He and Irene are …
 
Joe and Matt are two pioneers in the data engineering space. They recently published the book: The Fundamentals of Data Engineering which is now a best seller, and have worked together at Ternary data consulting in the space for the past 5 years. In this episode we learn about the future of data engineering, the scope of new AI models, and about ho…
 
Ken Corum and Scott Anderson are teachers, best buddies, and members of the David Letterman & Company enthusiast community. With 7 days until the very last Late Show with David Letterman, Ken received a phone call informing him that if he wanted them, he had two tickets for the show the very next day. That was the Late Show featuring former Preside…
 
Gabe Abelson was David Letterman's head monologue writer from 1997 until the end of 2001. A veteran writer and performer, Gabe has given his life to comedy and entertainment for over 40 years. He also looks a little like Jeff Daniels. Gabe and Mike have a tremendous conversation that tells many entertaining stories about Gabe's time with Late Show,…
 
David Kay was the Executive in Charge of Audience Development for The Late Show with David Letterman From 1998 until the show's end in 2015. He was originally brought in as a consultant to the Late Show to streamline and create systems regarding the live audience that watched the show in the Ed Sullivan theater every night. David and Mike go deep o…
 
Devansh is Nomad working in AI Research and Machine Learning. While he is still a college student, Devansh has been able to start a compay, land research opportunties with elite isntitutions and create one of the top newsletters in the tech space. In this episode we talk about how he is able to manage his time across all these opportunities as a st…
 
Due to technical difficulties out of our control, this episode did not air on its intended time for a few of the podcast platforms. Being that its a Christmas episode, we know that has probably caused a lot of concern, and frankly ruined more than a few of our viewers/listeners holiday season. For that we sincerely apologize. Someone must have kick…
 
Due to technical difficulties that are out of our control, this episode did not release the day it was supposed to. We have just been alerted to the error and are re-uploading the show now. We apologize to anyone and everyone who didn't get a chance to see/hear this episode during its original air date. Someone must have kicked out the plug. Lee El…
 
Jeremy Weiner wore many hats in his tenure with 'The Late Show with David Letterman.' He was a researcher, segment 'jack of all trades,' Winnebago driver for Biff Henderson, and of course a long term writer for the show all the way until the end of LS's run in 2015. Jeremy and Mike have an epic conversation that highlights many of his favorite mome…
 
Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Carly Taylor. Carly is a technology strategist, video game enthusiast, and founder of Rebel Data Science. She obtained her M.S. in chemistry from the University of Colorado focusing on computational quantum dynamics. She has authored multiple peer-reviewed publications and holds two non-provisional machine …
 
interview Austin, Jesse, Nikita, and Lee about unique tech roast style of comedy, their origins, and about what makes the technology scene inherently funny. We also have some good laughs along the way. I hope you enjoy! Links: https://sociallyinept.io/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/techroastshow/?hl=en ML Process Course: https://365datascien…
 
Will Lee has the distinction of being one of the longest serving members of David Letterman's staff. He was right there at the beginning of Late Night, and along with Paul, stayed the entire way, playing Bass in the Worlds Most Dangerous Band/CBS Orchestra, and being featured in many other ways in the show. He is also part of a very special Beatles…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Stephanie Wong. Stephanie is a 3x Webby award-winning Head of Developer Engagement. She is a global keynote speaker, engineer, and content creator with a mission to blend storytelling and technology to inspire developers. She has created hundreds of pieces of content, including the Google Cloud Youtube serie…
 
Lee Ellenberg is currently a writer for Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. He also worked for David Letterman & Company in one capacity or another from 1994 all the way until the end of the run in 2015. He was a page, worked in audience coordination, worked the reception desk for Dave's floor as well as the writer's floor, and for 15 years was a full fle…
 
​ @Stefanovic92 held a stable job as a data analyst for 7 years. Right at his "career peak" when he was working as a freelancer earning a 6 figure income, he decided to 180 his life completely, leave everything behind and start focusing on building a personal brand while traveling the world. In this episode we talk about why the traditional job pat…
 
OG Late Night writer Stephen Winer is back on The Letterman Podcast, and we could not be more excited. After telling his 'origin story' his first time on the show a few months ago, Stephen and Mike got together again to discuss all sorts of things both Letterman and comedy related. Loose ends from his last appearance are discussed including preppin…
 
The thrilling conclusion of Mike's first conversation with former Letterman, current Tonight Show writer Joe Grossman is here! This episode starts right where part one left off with Joe talking about his new job as a Tonight Show monologue writer. The discussion shifts to pondering the comedy writer's mind and what makes it tick. Joe finishes his n…
 
Dylan Beirne is a quant trader and data scientist, most focused on golf. Currently he works with Nellie Analytics, part of SIG, modelling and trading golf. He’s worked on analysis and strategy with the last 2 Ryder Cup European Teams and 2 International Presidents Cup teams, as well as a variety of golfers, from major winners and world #1s to chall…
 
Joe Grossman was a writer for Late Show with David Letterman from 2004 until the show went off the air in 2015. He also appeared on the show 112 times in various capacities, usually as himself with a deadpan disposition that would more often than not exasperate Dave. Where did Joe come from? How did he end up writing for David Letterman & Co, and h…
 
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Maria Parysz. Maria is the CEO of LogicAI, founder of ElephantAI and the mastermind behind kaggle days. Kaggle days is a series of in person kaggle events that has it's own beautiful community. In this episode we learn the origin story behind kaggle days, about the current world championships, and about …
 
Fred Graver has had an eclectic career to say the least. He worked for the National Lampoon, Norman Lear, Cheers, Twitter TV, has written two 'Choose Your Own Adventure' books, and he currently works for a Microsoft endeavor teaching AI entities to be better communicators. He also spent 6 years working for Late Night with David Letterman as a write…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Walter Reade. Walter is a data scientist at kaggle where he helps to prepare competitions. He is also a kaggle grandmaster with an incredible story. In this episode we learn about how Walter landed his role at kaggle, how he became a kaggle grandmaster, and some of the unique projects that he worked on along…
 
For over 30 years, Sue Hum was the costume designer for Late Night and Late Show with David Letterman. She helmed the crafting and execution of everything we saw on the show from the aesthetic of Dave's wardrobe, the designing and production of the humorous suits and costumes he and other members of the cast wore, and of course the iconic annual Ha…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Christina Sathopolous. Christina is an Analytical Lead at Google where she works with the Waze. She also teaches at two international business schools and has built a impressive brand as a linkedin creator and public speaker. She is also well known for the #bookaweek challenge on linkedin. In this episode we…
 
Candace Chisholm is Mike's Wife. Why is she this week's guest on the show? Because she and Mike just returned from New York and have a lot of stories to tell! Lots of Letterman stuff on this trip including a lunch with Walter Kim, Brunch with Steve Winer (birthday boy the day this episode is released) and his amazing wife Lori, Dinner with Steve O'…
 
Today I had the pleasure of welcoming back @Shashank Kalanithi . Shashank is the reigning iron analyst, a data analyst turned senior data engineer, a youtuber that now has over 100,000 subscribers and a good friend. In this episode we talk about how technology can be one of the great equalizers for inequality, how he was able to 6x his income throu…
 
The epic conclusion to Mike and Riggs's first of hopefully many conversations. Mike and Dave talk about his transition out of his writing job at Late Night, which took place right around the time it was announced that Jay Leno got the Tonight Show gig. He then went to The Chevy Chase show and even the Magic Johnson show, before ending up as a write…
 
DJ is an educational content creator on YouTube who covers Machine Learning relating topics, from Reinforcement Learning to Information Theory. As a Data Scientist at Lyft, he's successfully pushed for Causal Forecasting as the best mechanism for company-wide planning. He would argue it's the only valid data-driven approach to planning. His graduat…
 
David Rygalski has an incredible history as a writer in both the Late Night genre and show itself. As a college student who voraciously consumed the first couple years of Late Night with David Letterman, 'Riggs' did what thousands dreamt of doing-he joined Late Night as an intern, and was then hired on. In part one of this fascinating conversation,…
 
Jeremy Frank is the creator of the Twitter account @MLBRandomStats which has amassed nearly 100,000 followers. He's currently studying data science at Purdue University, and has previously interned at Sports Reference (creators of Baseball Reference, Basketball Reference, etc.) and for the Houston Astros working in their research and development te…
 
Bhavin Patel (My brother) built a successful software and digital marketing company and he will share his journey, lessons he learnt from his failures etc. He will also give tips to anyone who is looking to start any business and how to become successful at it. We both brothers are also launching a new youtube channel where we will post videos on s…
 
Well, its been 5 months and we have reached our 30th episode of 'The Letterman Podcast.' In this episode, Mike spends some time recapping his feelings on how things have gone so far, and reveals some behind the scenes insights about this show he loves to host so much, and some of the places its going. Mike also goes through each guest featured in t…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Patrick Akil. Patrick is a software engineer, consultant, and host of the @Beyond Coding Podacst. In this episode we learn about Patrick’s unique view on taking risks early in your career, we also learn some best practices for having difficult communication with your bosses and peers, and finally we learn ab…
 
Eddie Brill has returned! Since his first appearance on episode 3 of The Letterman Podcast, the show has found its voice in many respects, and many of the dynamics between Mike and the guests have deepened. This episode is a prime example! He and Eddie continue down the rabbit hole they started down and it just keeps going! Eddie and Mike talk abou…
 
Today I had the pleasure of iterviewing Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic who was introduced to me via my good friend and podcast guest @Luke Barousse . Cole tells stories with data. She is Storytelling With Data CEO and author of the forthcoming book "storytelling with you: plan, create, and deliver a stellar presentation" and best-selling books "storytelli…
 
We use the 'F' word a LOT on this particular episode of The Letterman Podcast. Don't worry; its not gratuitous, but we will disclaim it none the less. Jody Ebert, (no relation to Roger, that we know of) a long time actor as well as a director and screenwriter, professionally went in a direction he never could have predicted: he was the player in a …
 
We had a conversation with Vijay Pravin Maharajan who is a data scientist working for siemens Germany. Vijay is quite successful at a very young age and some of his achievements are, 1) ‘40 under 40 Data Scientists’ Awardee in India 2) 20+ Inspiring Data Scientists to be followed (AI Time Journal, USA) 3) TEDx Speaker Vijay has masters in electrica…
 
George Schweitzer may well be the most successful marketer in the history of network television. He was employed by CBS for a hair under 50 years, much of that heading up marketing for the entire network. He's seen it all over a career that spanned multiple generations. One of the many things he saw, promoted, and gave tremendous respect and leeway…
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Dmitri Mirakyan. Dmitri Dmitri runs the consumer product analytics team at Opendoor. Prior to that, he was a data scientist, analyst, and a consultant at Deloitte. He is passionate about data viz and finding 80/20 solutions to open-ended problems. Outside of work, he enjoys building questionably useful side …
 
Steve Young returns to The Letterman Podcast to go deep and talk about Bathtubs Over Broadway, the documentary he and many Letterman alum, and even Dave himself were featured in. One might say this amazing film was spawned from 'Dave's Record Collection,' a bit featured on Late Night and Late Show going back decades. Steve and Mike continue their r…
 
In this video, we are having a conversation with Chanin who is a biologist as well as a data scientist. He will discuss how he became a data scientist by learning all required skills on his own (i.e. self-taught learning) and also discuss some of the applications of data science in the field of biology. He has a great piece of advice for people who…
 
Caissie St. Onge is a writer, producer, showrunner and podcaster. She and Busy Philipps currently co host the podcast 'Busy Philipps is Doing Her Best' which can be heard on the major podcast platforms. How did it all start? Well, Caissie was David Letterman's assistant-at perhaps the most pivotal point in his career-when he made the move to CBS. S…
 
Today I had @Keith Galli back on the KNN podcast for round 2! Since our last talk, he left his startup to pursue YouTube and data science contracting full time. We talk about balancing our work, finding motivation, and maximizing our habits in this exciting episode! Keith's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/keithgalli/?hl=en…
 
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