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Developer News / Feb 25, 2014
We talk about the new Java 8 functional programming mode, forget to hit record, talk about the peering issues with Netflix vs everyone, and more... Now with louder, distorted audio!
Developer News / Feb 17, 2014
Developer News / Feb 10, 2014
Joel and Ken talk about 3D printing advances, some Go tutorials, a great Promises tutorial, Chromecast's new streaming API, and more. Stay tuned toward the end for some hilarious product reviews when we discuss FlappyBird.
Developer News / Feb 03, 2014
We talk about Don's new book, Motorola Mobility's sale to Lenovo, the Julia programming language, Erlang's new features including hashes, Chrome WebApps in PhoneGap, and more.
Developer News / Jan 27, 2014
>Wherein we start by discussing Michael Winslow, playing with reverb, and Eric mentions a DEC Rainbow. Topics include improvements to Node in 0.12, a Ruby/Rails children's book kickstarter, leaving Scrum for Kanban, and more...
TechCast / Jan 27, 2014
TechCast #82 – Dr. Andreas Stefik on Using Scientific Research To Analyze Programming Language Syntax Across Languages
Dr. Andreas Stefik discusses the findings in his paper, an Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. The results may surprise you…
Business of Technology / Jan 27, 2014
In this interview with Gilt Groupe CTO Michael Bryzek, we discuss how the company started, the open source technologies they've used, and how their open source commitment has evolved. We take some time to talk about the scale of their operation, and how they leverage micro services as a way to make it more manageable and scalable in both infrastructure and human terms.
Developer News / Jan 20, 2014
Developer News / Jan 13, 2014
This week we talk about Joel's experiences with AngularJS, infinite scrolling, MOOCs, five things to watch for when coding in MongoDB, and more.
Developer News / Jan 06, 2014
Ken and Joel give their "predictions" and "recap" of 2014, which is purely their version, but somebody's got to do it. Also, we talk tools for testing in NodeJS, namely Mocha and Chai, some linux and regex visualization websites, a < $300 ChromeBook announced by Toshiba at CES, writing and posting HTML content on GitHub using gh_pages, and more.