Episode 18: Interviews With The RStudio Team

The R-Podcast concludes its series on the Shiny Developer Conference with a jam-packed episode featuring two interviews with members of the RStudio team! In part one I have a panel discussion with JJ Allaire, Jeff Allen, and Hadley Wickham to get their impressions of the conference and some exciting new features in the latest version of the RStudio IDE. In part two I have an extended conversation with Joe Cheng to discuss the origins of Shiny, how the conference came together, and ideas for future enhancements of shiny. All of this and more on episode 18 of the R-Podcast!
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JJ Allaire

JJ Allaire

JJ Allaire is a software engineer and founder of RStudio. Before forming RStudio JJ created a wide variety of products including ColdFusion, Open Live Writer, and Lost it!. On top of his work with the RStudio IDE, JJ contributes to several R packages including rmarkdown, rticles, reticulate, and bookdown.

Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen

Jeff Allen is a software engineer at RStudio. Jeff’s background is in Computer Science and bioinformatics; it was there that he first encountered R in 2007. After spending many years as an RStudio user and evangelist, he joined the team in 2013. On top of his work with Shiny Server and RStudio Connect, Jeff also maintains a few R packages such as plumbr and shinyStore.

Joe Cheng

Joe Cheng

Joe Cheng is the CTO of RStudio. Joe is a software engineer who has worked at a number of startups including Allaire, Upromise, and Onfolio. He also worked on Windows Live Writer. Joe was the creatore of the RStudio IDE along with JJ Allaire as well as the creator of the shiny R package for creating interactive web applications with R.

Hadley Wickham

Hadley Wickham

Hadley Wickham is Chief Scientist at RStudio and Adjunct Professor of Statistics at Rice University. He is interested in building better tools for data science. His work includes R packages for data analysis (ggplot2, plyr, reshape2); packages that make R less frustrating (lubridate for dates, stringr for strings, httr for accessing web APIs); and that make it easier to do good software development in R (roxygen2, testthat, devtools, lineprof, staticdocs). He is also a writer, educator, and frequent contributor to conferences promoting more accessible and more effective data analysis.

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