Fatal Error

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About Fatal Error

To steal a phrase, its time to really think different. Because inaction at this point is tantamount to denial.

As the climate emergency unfolds tech companies are mostly in business-as-usual mode and we need to change that. Saying you’re not an “expert” is no longer an excuse.

Climate change is now a backdrop to all of us: whether we’re running software companies, fishing, writing code, or working the land. 

This podcast is a small stepping stone in crossing the river of change we are now required to deal with. By speaking up, my guests are taking the brave step of saying "Yes, we need to talk about this today."

Tech and software companies have coasted on an almost religious belief that software in and of itself is good. As a result we've failed to even think about environmental implications and in the process made things worse. However, tech companies claim to thrive on change and disruption. And software people are definitely good at learning new things, inventing them, and dealing with change.

It’s therefore time to walk the talk, lead the change that’s needed, and fulfil the promise tech claims to make: improving lives.

To learn more about the project and learn how your money will be used please visit https://fatalerror.blog
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