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  /   Dec 10, 2014

TechCast #84 – AngularJS creator Misko Hevery on Angular 2.0 and x.ai team on Amy Ingram, A/I calendar assistant

Today's show features the creator of the landmark Javascript framework, AngularJS. I spoke to Misko Hevery about the rise of Angular in our current, "Good Parts JS" ECMAScript 5 world, how it evolved, and his focus on the next chapter, Angular 2.0. My second guests, Alex Poon and Matt Casey, have created the AI-based digital assistant, Amy Ingram, for coordinating meeting schedules by reading and responding to real email texts and learning your preferences.

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  /   Nov 24, 2014

DevNews #93 – Angular 2.0 news, Ember reaches 1.8.0, and Minecraft to learn programming?

Gource -- open source visualization tool, example Haydle visualization Ember 1.8.0 -- the move to HTMLBars React.js: How does it fit in with everything else? GitHub Enterprise on AWS At AWS ReInvent this week - AWS Lambda - cloud computing functionally- oh and there’s support for Docker via containers Rob Eisenberg leaves Angular team Khan […]

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  /   Nov 10, 2014

DevNews #91 – What we know about Angular 2.0 (so far)

If you've been working with Angular a lot recently, you may have received word about a set of potentially breaking changes in the next major version, 2.0. In this podcast, Ken Rimple, Don Coleman and Joel Confino discuss Angular 2.0, the reason for these changes, and some of the potential impact.

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  /   Sep 29, 2014

DevNews #90 – The semi-triumphant return with ShellShock, Layers or No, AngularJS rethinks, more

Finally, we might be seeing the end of stupid software patents The potential downside of the internet of things? As if on cue, ShellShock is a bash vulnerability. A big one Here’s some fun for discussion - Why you should not implement layered architecture - ducking before the clots of dirt fly... We had to […]

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  /   Aug 12, 2014

TechCast #83 – Andres Almiray on AsciiDoc and Markdown

We talk to Andres Almiray, Griffon creator, about AsciiDoctor, the new tool for converting AsciiDoc documents to PDF, as well as other formats and tools. Major topics include features of asciidoc documents, code snippets, formatting and indentation, book generation, and more.

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  /   Jul 29, 2014

The DevNews is on Vacation… See you in September!

Hey there, DevNews fans! We are taking a much-needed break for the month of August, as the news tends to be a bit thin and our vacations are in the mix. We'll be back on the case in September, bringing you the developer news and chat you've come to expect from us. Happy summer, and […]

  /   Jul 08, 2014

DevNews #89 – We drag Jamie Allen into the fray for some Reactive Commentary

Our old pal Jamie Allen was in the neighborhood talking this-and-that about Scala, Akka and other sundry Typesafe products, so we roped him in to do the DevNews.

Jamie is currently working with Roland Kuhn on Reactive Design Patterns.

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  /   Jun 16, 2014

DevNews 88 – Get your ‘Ki’ up so you can be super ‘Swift’, IMO

The Developer News this week focuses on several newer languages - Javascript's ki LISP DSL (literally running LISP as a domain-specific language inside of JavaScript directly just by booting a library) and of course, Apple's Swift, are our tidbits from the programming zone. We see how mathletes may have been hit by a virus on Euler.com, and two bigwigs team up to take on Oracle in the Big Data department. That and more, on the DevNews this week.

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  /   Jun 03, 2014

DevNews #87 – JSConf 2014 recap, TrueCrypt bites the dust, Renderman Open Source

DevNews 87 proves that we'll be back, even if we have to leave a resort to do so. Ken and Joel bring you the news in open source development this week, including Cordova being embedded into Visual Studio 2013, Google and Apple settling their patent row for now, Google Fiber not charging for peering services, Internet Explorer roadmap revealed, and much, much more.

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  /   May 12, 2014

DevNews #86 – We’ve tried to 86 the podcast, but it’s 99 times the fun

Episode 86 - which we 86'ed once but tried for again Ever have one of those Mondays? Joel Confino is out on assignment, and Ken is solo this week. He "recorded" episode 86 once, except that he didn't press RECORD. Sigh, silly programmer. Sponsored Link - Training update - Our two-day AngularJS Fundamentals training course […]

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