The Hacker Culture podcast started at the beginning of September 2017 by J. R. Swab. J. R. is a born-again follower of Jesus Christ with a beautiful wife and a crazy cat. He was born and grew up in Pennsylvania, where he gained an interest in computer technology and the Internet.
His teen years consisted of Boy Scouts, where he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. As well as concert band, choir, and a few parts in school musicals. Later, he attended college graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science. Never dropping his hobby of tinkering with technology both in hardware and software, as a real hacker would.
If you love open-source, decentralization, and Linux; this podcast is for you.
Eric S. Raymond says in best in his F.A.Q on how to become a hacker. Here is a short overview:
The term "hacker" came from the earliest of computer enthusiasts such as the ARPAnet experiments; a title used to describe programmers and networking wizards.
It's people like these that gave us the Internet, Unix, and every other life-changing technology. Hackers are not the ones breaking into systems, stealing credit cards, and causing havoc.
The basic difference is this: hackers build things, crackers break them. - Eric S. Raymond (ESR)