All Chariot Podcasts http://chariotsolutions.com/podcasts/show/all-shows/ All podcasts produced by Chariot Solutions, including the Chariot TechCast, Developer News, Business of Development, and Conference Sessions audio podcast. Thu, 31 Jul 2014 15:59:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.1 http://chariotsolutions.com/podcasts/show/all-shows/feed/ The Chariot podcasts super-feed. This contains episodes from all podcasts, incluiding the Chariot TechCast, Developer News, Business of Technology, and others. Chariot Solutions no Chariot Solutions krimple@chariotsolutions.com krimple@chariotsolutions.com (Chariot Solutions) The whole feed of all chariot technology podcasts, including news and interviews. techcast, developer news, interviews, business of technology All Chariot Podcasts » Shows » All Shows http://chariotsolutions.com/wp-content/uploads/feed-icons/all-tech-media-rss-300px.jpg http://chariotsolutions.com/podcasts/show/all-shows/ Philadelphia, PA The DevNews is on Vacation… See you in September! http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-vacation-see-september/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-vacation-see-september/#comments Tue, 29 Jul 2014 13:57:52 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12541 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 […]

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DevNews #89 – We drag Jamie Allen into the fray for some Reactive Commentary http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-89-drag-jamie-allen-fray-reactive-commentary/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-89-drag-jamie-allen-fray-reactive-commentary/#comments Wed, 09 Jul 2014 00:47:19 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12512 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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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.

If you want a great flashback, listen to Jamie talk with me and Jonas Boner about his Akka library back in TechCast #47 - that was in 2009, folks!

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DevNews 88 – Get your ‘Ki’ up so you can be super ‘Swift’, IMO http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-88-get-ki-can-super-swift-imo/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-88-get-ki-can-super-swift-imo/#comments Mon, 16 Jun 2014 20:03:11 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12448 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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A word from Chariot's content czars

Did you originally plan to attend Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise, but you didn't get tickets in time? Well, wait (no) more, because we're starting to post videos online - yessir, if you head over to our Screencasts page, you'll see we're starting to publish them. Eight so far, but who's counting. By the time you find this episode we may have even more!

Also don't forget to check out our blogs - we've been writing about our various interests, from Akka to AngularJS, Java 8 to the WWDC. It's all right there, from our consultants fingertips to your eyes.

Ok, that said, here's our news of the week.

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DevNews #87 – JSConf 2014 recap, TrueCrypt bites the dust, Renderman Open Source http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-87-jsconf-2014-recap-truecrypt-bites-dust-renderman-open-source/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-87-jsconf-2014-recap-truecrypt-bites-dust-renderman-open-source/#comments Tue, 03 Jun 2014 22:15:42 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12371 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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Well, it's that time again, when surf and sand evaporate and Ken gets to explain why it was just sooo cool to be on Amelia Island for JSConf 2014. (If you like great locations for conferences AND new technology it's hard to beat that conference). Ken has his recap coming soon. However, if you want to see him fly a drone with RedHat's @IanPageHands - Check this out! Anyway, until that article comes out, here are our news items for June 2, 2014!

Show Notes

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DevNews #86 – We’ve tried to 86 the podcast, but it’s 99 times the fun http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-86-weve-tried-86-podcast-99-times-fun/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-86-weve-tried-86-podcast-99-times-fun/#comments Mon, 12 May 2014 19:39:54 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12320 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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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.


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Show Notes

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DevNews 85 – We record ourselves in front of a large ETE audience and news ensues http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-85-record-front-large-ete-audience-news-ensues/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-85-record-front-large-ete-audience-news-ensues/#comments Thu, 24 Apr 2014 15:53:59 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12304 We talk about all things tech, surrounded by all people tech. Listen to Tracey Welson-Rossman, Keith Gregory, Sujan Kapadia, Joel Confino and Ken Rimple discuss news and ETE.

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Live from ETE 2014 - April 22, 2014

Show Notes

Don’t forget to check periodically for ETE screencasts and presentations on our website, chariotsolutions.com!

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DevNews 84 – Embers in the fire, hearts bleeding everywhere, I need a KitKat http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-84-embers-fire-hearts-bleeding-everywhere-need-kitkat/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-84-embers-fire-hearts-bleeding-everywhere-need-kitkat/#comments Wed, 09 Apr 2014 14:59:25 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12258 This week we have some news in the world of security, Javascript framework Ember makes a good appearance, and we have talk of KitKat and SD Cards, as well as the state of mobile processors for Android, Windows, and iPhone (and tablets and notebooks).

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This week we have some news in the world of security, Javascript framework Ember makes a good appearance, and we have talk of KitKat and SD Cards, as well as the state of mobile processors for Android, Windows, and iPhone (and tablets and notebooks).

News Items

Going to Philly Emerging Tech this month? Ken plans on doing a podcast at the first evening dinner event - stop by and say hello.

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DevNews 83 – Through a distorted audio channel, we give you Java 8 http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-83-distorted-audio-channel-give-java-8/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-83-distorted-audio-channel-give-java-8/#comments Tue, 25 Mar 2014 01:26:32 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12239 We focus on the new Java 8 JDK release, a tutorial on Apache Avro, a review of Ember by the Haydle team, and Don Coleman joins us to talk about Android Wear. Brought to you by the letter 'T' for technology!

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Show Notes

Note, we're switching to an every-other week

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DevNews Programming Note – Schedule Update http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-programming-note-schedule-update/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-programming-note-schedule-update/#comments Mon, 17 Mar 2014 16:11:42 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12196 I've made a decision to move the Developer News to a bi-weekly podcast. Though the decision was a hard one, we are finding it hard to do a show every week, and sometimes we have to scramble for enough time to prep appropriately. I think moving to a bi-weekly slot will help us provide some […]

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DevNews 82 – We discuss Dashing dashboards, our favorite Vagrant, ECMAScript 6 (look, ma, CLASSES) and of course we rant… http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-82-discuss-dashing-dashboards-favorite-vagrant-ecmascript-6-look-ma-classes-course-rant/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-82-discuss-dashing-dashboards-favorite-vagrant-ecmascript-6-look-ma-classes-course-rant/#comments Thu, 13 Mar 2014 09:36:59 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12179 You miss a week, you get, well, more articles. See what the DevNews team has come up with this week - we talk about the unveiling of the BitCoin Founder (maybe?), Mt. Gox a bit, software patents (and Ken brings up his old trope - Unlocking the Sky IS a good book!), the new Vagrant and Vagrant remote client, how Cell Phone Unlocking WOULD have been great if the lobbyists could have stopped tweaking it, and more.

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  • Dashing, an OSS Dashboard framework from Shopify
  • FSF joins with Software Freedom Law Center against software patents
  • Also - Unlocking the Sky
  • And is this the type of patent we’re talking about?
  • What’s new in Chrome 33?
  • It’s not just a James Bond Character, now Q is a language
  • the beta directory of Gradle Plugins
  • Countdown to Windows XP Expiration
  • Man denies he’s Bitcoin founder
  • Great long-form analysis and commentary of this on TWIT
  • A Programmer’s Guide To Data Mining
  • Comp Sci Papers We Love Twitter @paperswelove
  • Vagrant 1.5 Preview - Vagrant Share
  • ECMAScript 6 includes immutability, classes, comprehensions, more
  • Cellphone unlocking bill === Total Sham
  • Standard disclaimer - the opinions of the DevNews team are their own, and do not reflect those of Chariot Solutions. We welcome your opinions as well, please tweet and include @techcast or send us a dm.

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    DevNews #81 – Distortion, crypto flaw in iOS and Mac, imperative to functional and more http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-81-distortion-crypto-flaw-ios-mac-imperative-functional/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-81-distortion-crypto-flaw-ios-mac-imperative-functional/#comments Tue, 25 Feb 2014 16:57:24 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12142 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!

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  • Got several Google accounts and wanna sync them? - neato!
  • So, someone can explain what this is? - Something called Dotty - looks like a sandbox for a less complex version of Scala?
  • To this I say ‘Gack!’ - Critical crypto flaw in OS X and iOS - Anyone with a Mac or iOS device should read this... XKCD got it a while ago
  • Learning From Apple’s #gotofail Security Bug
  • According to TechCrunch article, market research shows Android accounts for 70% of phone sales - interesting breakdowns at bottom.
  • Wow, TestFlight will no longer support Android applications in March - is this a good idea?
  • From Imperative to full Functional with Java 8 in a few examples
  • Coffitivity. Keep from being distracted with a coffeeshop in your phone or on your desk...
  • Or try Drunk Ron Swanson
  • Generate a changelog based on merged pull requests or commit messages. From http://www.reddit.com/r/programming
  • Netflix pays Comcast for a faster connection
  • Internet exchange points aren’t new
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    DevNews #80 – We talk Javascript goodness, Java8 time, CMS, SMS, SOS! http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-80-talk-javascript-goodness-java8-time-cms-sms-sos/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-80-talk-javascript-goodness-java8-time-cms-sms-sos/#comments Mon, 17 Feb 2014 22:55:39 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12100 We talk about Javascript's object-based nature and the Augment library, SMS with Twilio, CMS with Statamic, a great JS podcast episode, more.

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  • The augment library - classical inheritance for object design in JavaScript. Good if you’re not on the functional Javascript bandwagon.
  • JSJ Podcast on large single page apps - JavaScript podcast on large singled page apps
  • Javascript Module Loaders Considered Harmful Side note - Angular ngConf - performance considerations
  • Java 8 new date and time api
  • Developers: Are you tough enough? 23 skills for any developer - Normally I hate, hate, hate these roundup lists, but this one is actually pretty good advice for an up-and-coming developer.
  • Twilio SMS Receive - Crazy Simple
  • Enjoyable CMS using Statamic + Github + Webfaction
  • S3 web hosting
  • Pistachio + Evernote
  • Rogue DNS Servers and March 8th - You could lose DNS - Check your DNS servers to make sure you’re not using a Rogue DNS or you’ll lose your DNS access on March 8th. Really.
  • Hilarious and informative inside post on platform architecture and eating your own dog food: Stevey's Google Platforms Rant
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    DevNews #79 – My So-called $8000 Spun Nylon 3D Printed Lamp http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-79-called-8000-spun-nylon-3d-printed-lamp/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-79-called-8000-spun-nylon-3d-printed-lamp/#comments Mon, 10 Feb 2014 21:56:03 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=12026 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.

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  • GopherCasts - short Go Language tutorials in the spirit of egghead.io, railscasts, and others...
  • Google Opens up Chromecast with new streaming SDK for iOS, Android, Chrome - App Developers, start yer streamin!
  • Dija hear Woz’s comment about how Apple should make an Android phone? - let’s think about that for a moment. Nah, maybe not.
  • Glyph a personal mobile theater, floating LCD panels in the sky, Beats by Dr. Theopolis, or is it a tron helmet? You decide.
  • SnowShoe Stamps: create physical objects that unlock digital assets on your phone, you get order a free developer’s kit... Joel did!
  • What to try out 3-D printing but don’t have a 3-D printer? There are 3-D printing services like Cubify’s cloud service - By the way, someone at Chariot told Joel about these cool dice, for those of us who know what a d20 is... https://www.google.com/search?q=thorn+dice
  • FlappyBird calls it quits - We laughed ourselves silly for a few really funny Amazon reviews in the same spirit - http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?docId=1001250201, http://www.amazon.com/review/R2VDKZ4X1F992Q
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    DevNews #78 – Don’s NFC programming book, we’re snowed in, and what about Julia? http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-78-dons-nfc-programming-book-snowed-julia/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-78-dons-nfc-programming-book-snowed-julia/#comments Tue, 04 Feb 2014 02:12:34 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11922 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.

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    We're all snowed in this week. We start by discussing our favorite work-remotely tools... Discussed are:

    • Google Hangouts
    • FlowDock
    • Google Docs/Drive
    • Github Wiki
    • Plunker
    • Trello

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-78-dons-nfc-programming-book-snowed-julia/feed/ 310 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. 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. Chariot Solutions no 34:06 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11922-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #77 – I bet you can’t run that Kanban Board on a DEC Rainbow… http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-77-bet-cant-run-kanban-board-dec-rainbow/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-77-bet-cant-run-kanban-board-dec-rainbow/#comments Tue, 28 Jan 2014 03:34:46 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11865 >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...

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    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...

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-77-bet-cant-run-kanban-board-dec-rainbow/feed/ 0 >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... >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... Chariot Solutions no 32:59 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11865-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    TechCast #82 – Dr. Andreas Stefik on Using Scientific Research To Analyze Programming Language Syntax Across Languages http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/techcast-82-dr-andreas-stefik-using-scientific-research-analyze-programming-language-syntax-across-languages/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/techcast-82-dr-andreas-stefik-using-scientific-research-analyze-programming-language-syntax-across-languages/#comments Mon, 27 Jan 2014 18:10:36 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11859 Dr. Andreas Stefik discusses the findings in his paper, an Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. The results may surprise you…

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    Dr. Andreas Stefik has just released a research paper with Susana Siebert entitled An Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. This paper analyzes languages such as Java, Ruby, Python, and Perl, along with two of his own - Quorum, a language used to teach programming to visually impaired students, and another he developed as part of the study with random syntax, appropriately named Randomo.

    In our discussion, Dr. Stefik lays out the research he’s done for the paper - including surveys and programming assignments, to gage what people retain with syntax, and it’s a bit surprising. We find out how languages like Perl, Python, Java and Ruby stack up against Quorum and even Randomo.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/techcast-82-dr-andreas-stefik-using-scientific-research-analyze-programming-language-syntax-across-languages/feed/ 1 Dr. Andreas Stefik discusses the findings in his paper, an Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. The results may surprise you… Dr. Andreas Stefik discusses the findings in his paper, an Emperical Investigation into Programming Language Syntax. The results may surprise you… Chariot Solutions no 39:55 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11859-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    Business of Technology #4 – Gilt Groupe CTO Michael Bryzek on Gilt and Open Source http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-technology-4-gilt-groupe-cto-michael-bryzek-gilt-open-source/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-technology-4-gilt-groupe-cto-michael-bryzek-gilt-open-source/#comments Mon, 27 Jan 2014 13:30:32 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11853 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.

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    Our fourth interview in the Business of Tech podcast series is with Gilt Groupe's CTO and co-founder, Michael Bryzek. Michael talks with us about a number of topics, including:

    • Early days of Gilt Groupe and adventures in database selection
    • Scaling out with Micro Services on the JVM
    • Traffic patterns, cyber Monday
    • Team ownership of Micro Services
    • Tech management hurdles - eliminate layers and make deploy to production easier
    • Advancing the industry by sharing lessons learned
    • Adoption of Scala and leveraging the JVM
    • Open source software contributions on GitHub - highlight: database Schema Evolution Manager and challenges with database deployments
      • Micro Services versus the challenge of "one big database"
      • The database schema as software deployments
    • Discussion on how Gilt is sharing open source - shed internal dependencies where possible and use open source tools

    Gilt's technologists blog at tech.gilt.com and their projects exist on GitHub at github.com/gilt.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-technology-4-gilt-groupe-cto-michael-bryzek-gilt-open-source/feed/ 463 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, 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. Chariot Solutions no 30:11 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11853-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #76 – HAML-esque JS templates, a monitor for $400, what’s the world coming to? http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-76-haml-esque-js-templates-monitor-400-whats-world-coming/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-76-haml-esque-js-templates-monitor-400-whats-world-coming/#comments Mon, 20 Jan 2014 21:19:44 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11841 We have a great set of resources for you today, ranging from HAML-like templates in Javascript, to a great Go tutorial website, to some heavy-duty Scala Akka Finite State Machine discusisons, iOS Workflows, a $15 Arduino with GPS, and much more. Hosts - Ken Rimple, Joel Confino, Eric Snyder and Sujan Kapadia.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-76-haml-esque-js-templates-monitor-400-whats-world-coming/feed/ 451 We have a great set of resources for you today, ranging from HAML-like templates in Javascript, to a great Go tutorial website, to some heavy-duty Scala Akka Finite State Machine discusisons, iOS Workflows, a $15 Arduino with GPS, and much more. We have a great set of resources for you today, ranging from HAML-like templates in Javascript, to a great Go tutorial website, to some heavy-duty Scala Akka Finite State Machine discusisons, iOS Workflows, a $15 Arduino with GPS, and much more. Hosts - Ken Rimple, Joel Confino, Eric Snyder and Sujan Kapadia. Chariot Solutions no 33:31 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11841-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #75 – Go Go Angular to BSON Land to pick up MongoDB http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-75-go-go-angular-bson-land-pick-mongodb/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-75-go-go-angular-bson-land-pick-mongodb/#comments Mon, 13 Jan 2014 21:34:24 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11701 This week we talk about Joel's experiences with AngularJS, infinite scrolling, MOOCs, five things to watch for when coding in MongoDB, and more.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-75-go-go-angular-bson-land-pick-mongodb/feed/ 296 This week we talk about Joel's experiences with AngularJS, infinite scrolling, MOOCs, five things to watch for when coding in MongoDB, and more. This week we talk about Joel's experiences with AngularJS, infinite scrolling, MOOCs, five things to watch for when coding in MongoDB, and more. Chariot Solutions no 42:56 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11701-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #74 – Our 2013 recap, 2014 guesses and much more http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-74-our-2013-recap-2014-guesses-and-much-more/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-74-our-2013-recap-2014-guesses-and-much-more/#comments Mon, 06 Jan 2014 19:26:18 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11650 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.

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    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

    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.

    Correction

    In DevNews 71 - I stated that pocket was a replacement for Instapaper. This is completely incorrect. It is the replacement for Read it now, not Instapaper

    Articles

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-74-our-2013-recap-2014-guesses-and-much-more/feed/ 392 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, 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. Chariot Solutions no 26:54 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11650-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #73 – Grunt JS Tutorial, Ubuntu for Android, UI vs Command Line, and more… http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-73-grunt-js-tutorial-ubuntu-for-android-ui-vs-command-line-and-more/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-73-grunt-js-tutorial-ubuntu-for-android-ui-vs-command-line-and-more/#comments Mon, 30 Dec 2013 20:33:16 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11249 Ken and Joel wrap up the year with a bit of conversation about smart watches, whether you're a user of tools or conversationalist with your code, and a number of other little ditties.

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    Ken and Joel wrap up the year with a bit of conversation about smart watches, whether you're a user of tools or conversationalist with your code, and a number of other little ditties.

    Join in on the conversation and post your comments - we've enabled commenting on our shows so go ahead. Or if social media is more of your thing, go ahead and click on the Twitter, Facebook or Google+ links to post your thoughts there.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-73-grunt-js-tutorial-ubuntu-for-android-ui-vs-command-line-and-more/feed/ 517 Ken and Joel wrap up the year with a bit of conversation about smart watches, whether you're a user of tools or conversationalist with your code, and a number of other little ditties. Ken and Joel wrap up the year with a bit of conversation about smart watches, whether you're a user of tools or conversationalist with your code, and a number of other little ditties. Chariot Solutions no 26:38 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=11249-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    Developer News #72 – The Winter Break Edition with Historical Videos, new Google Sheets http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/developer-news-72-the-winter-break-edition-with-historical-videos-new-google-sheets/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/developer-news-72-the-winter-break-edition-with-historical-videos-new-google-sheets/#comments Fri, 20 Dec 2013 20:32:47 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11225 This week we give you some light viewing for the week - a Letterman interview circa 1983 or so with the famous Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, and a really interesting demonstration by recently passed Douglas Englebart (search him above to find other DevNews articles on him) dubbed the Mother of all Demos (1968). Super cool stuff. Also, we discuss a nice little SQL tutorial website for PostgreSQL, the "Smartest Person in the Room complex", our new Data I/O screencasts, and a few blog entries from Chariot's developers.

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    Public Service Announcement - The DevNews team be offline until the week of January 30th getting some much needed R&R. Here's something to tide you over until then.
    • Rear Admiral Grace Hopper on David Letterman - She worked 43 years in the Navy, was assigned to the Mark 1 at Harvard - the very first computer, during WW2. She wrote the manual for the first computer, and developed the COBOL language. For the time, it was a major innovation. Interesting that she brought strands of wire to represent the time electricity can move in a nanosecond... Via @jamie_allen.
    • Have you seen the mother of all demos? This was a demo of hypertext, a mouse, the personal computer, and many other things. This is 44 years old today. I want the device on his left hand - looks like a little thumb piano or shortcut key tool.
    • Google Sheets - better and works offline - nifty videos explaining how the new features work. Cut the cord to desktop spreadsheets for most purposes...
    • Live SQL exercises in PostgreSQL - if you've been delaying learning SQL queries, but want to learn, here's a site. And it's PostgreSQL, not some annoying in-memory database.
    • Are you the “smartest person in the room?” - We all have been that person, haven't we? Admit it or not, in our comments on the podcast page...
    • New Data I/O videos online - watch talks from our Data I/O 2013 show, featuring speakers Lance Ball, Edward Capriolo, Camille Fournier, Grant Ingersoll, Claudia Perlich, Lars George and Chariot's Eric Snyder. Great topics in cloud processing and streaming of data, data mining, machine learning, more.
    • Refactoring and tests a blog entry by Chariot's Mark Shvets.
    • Chariot's Nicolas Kijak on Getting Things Done with Task Warrior - yes, that GTD - a command-line task manager that uses commands like task add, task ls, etc... Unix command-line junkies rejoice.
    • Chariot's Steve Smith writes about Apple's new App Store submission requirements and provides a few things iOS developers should review in their applications to stay compliant.

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    DevNews delayed until Friday http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-delayed-until-friday/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-delayed-until-friday/#comments Tue, 17 Dec 2013 13:46:36 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11163 We've been detained... Sorry to all of our fans out there, we've been unavoidably detained by the MCP from Tron until Friday. We'll have a show then, and we'll be off for a week over the Christmas Break, to return on the following Monday. Ken Rimple

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    DevNews #71 – Roblox, one hour of code, Google’s robot army and more http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-71-roblox-one-hour-of-code-googles-robot-army-and-more/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-71-roblox-one-hour-of-code-googles-robot-army-and-more/#comments Mon, 09 Dec 2013 20:20:59 +0000 http://chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=11075 This week, we talk about some kid related topics, including Roblox and "An hour of code", an initiative for getting students to learn how to program. We cover Big-O notation and come back slightly better off, but with some more in-depth suggestions for you. We also talk about an article on regular expressions, how TestingBog ditched AWS, Joyant is now supporting Node.js, the bad stigma of being called a techie, and bitcoins.

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    DevNews #70 – Droids and flying robots taking over the world and Scala.JS http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-70-droids-and-flying-robots-taking-over-the-world-and-scala-js/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-70-droids-and-flying-robots-taking-over-the-world-and-scala-js/#comments Mon, 02 Dec 2013 21:22:22 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=10983 Lots of tech news available today, none of it (well aside from DNA crunching) needs an advanced degree! We have news on Typesafe's Jamie Allen's keynote at JAXEnter 2013 in London, two robot stories, a tale about lost bitcoins, DNA Analysis in Javascript, and Githubs expanding contexts for diffs. Also, Joel brings us a review of his first impressions with Ember.js and micro-services are exploding - what does that mean for the enterprise CTO / CIO who bets on that strategy? Find out by listening... It's all here in the DevNews.

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    News you can use

    Thanks to Sujan and Joel for a great 70th podcast. Brought to you by R3D5 - R2D2's older brother. It knows where you dropped your keys... And it wants $75.00 to bring them to you.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-70-droids-and-flying-robots-taking-over-the-world-and-scala-js/feed/ 456 Lots of tech news available today, none of it (well aside from DNA crunching) needs an advanced degree! We have news on Typesafe's Jamie Allen's keynote at JAXEnter 2013 in London, two robot stories, a tale about lost bitcoins, Lots of tech news available today, none of it (well aside from DNA crunching) needs an advanced degree! We have news on Typesafe's Jamie Allen's keynote at JAXEnter 2013 in London, two robot stories, a tale about lost bitcoins, DNA Analysis in Javascript, and Githubs expanding contexts for diffs. Also, Joel brings us a review of his first impressions with Ember.js and micro-services are exploding - what does that mean for the enterprise CTO / CIO who bets on that strategy? Find out by listening... It's all here in the DevNews. Chariot Solutions no 32:43 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=10983-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #69 – Google Machine Learning Becomes Sentient – or does it just love shredders? http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-69-google-machine-learning-becomes-sentient-or-does-it-just-love-shredders/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-69-google-machine-learning-becomes-sentient-or-does-it-just-love-shredders/#comments Mon, 25 Nov 2013 20:57:20 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=10931 In this episode, Joel warns us that the machines have started to learn on their own - and that maybe they can tell shredders apart from trashcans... Also, a great TechCrunch article on how you can now build dynamic grids of compute servers using Mesos and have them automatically bootstrapped and configured by Docker. We talk about CoreOS, which is a small linux distro for beginning machine configurations, the Genymotion android VM that everyone was talking about at AnDevCon2013, and more.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-69-google-machine-learning-becomes-sentient-or-does-it-just-love-shredders/feed/ 2 In this episode, Joel warns us that the machines have started to learn on their own - and that maybe they can tell shredders apart from trashcans... Also, a great TechCrunch article on how you can now build dynamic grids of compute servers using Mesos... In this episode, Joel warns us that the machines have started to learn on their own - and that maybe they can tell shredders apart from trashcans... Also, a great TechCrunch article on how you can now build dynamic grids of compute servers using Mesos and have them automatically bootstrapped and configured by Docker. We talk about CoreOS, which is a small linux distro for beginning machine configurations, the Genymotion android VM that everyone was talking about at AnDevCon2013, and more. Chariot Solutions no 50:57 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=10931-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    Business of Technology #3 – Anita Garamella Andrews on Data Analytics http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-of-technology-3-anita-garamella-andrews-on-data-analytics/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-of-technology-3-anita-garamella-andrews-on-data-analytics/#comments Mon, 25 Nov 2013 17:50:08 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=10925 Tracey Welson-Rossman talks to Anita Garamella Andrews, VP of Client Analytics Services at R.J. Metrics, about analytics and actionable data.

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    Anita Garamella Andrews is VP of Client Analytics Services at RJ Metrics. She has spoken about analytics and other topics at ETE 2013, as well as other events. She talks with Tracey and Ken about how analytics has changed with the advent of large quantities of data. Areas of conversation include data quality, the relative choice of metrics and accuracy versus making actionable information available, and the concept of product analysis.

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/business-of-technology-3-anita-garamella-andrews-on-data-analytics/feed/ 0 Tracey Welson-Rossman talks to Anita Garamella Andrews, VP of Client Analytics Services at R.J. Metrics, about analytics and actionable data. Tracey Welson-Rossman talks to Anita Garamella Andrews, VP of Client Analytics Services at R.J. Metrics, about analytics and actionable data. Chariot Solutions no 25:35 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=10925-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #68 – Clouds and Androids abound, reactive ones! http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-68-clouds-and-androids-abound-reactive-ones/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-68-clouds-and-androids-abound-reactive-ones/#comments Mon, 18 Nov 2013 21:20:03 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=10852 With a week of the gang has a lot to talk about, from reactive programming in Javascript with Bacon.js, to the failure of a startup (so long, and best of luck to the EverPix team, we loved your service) to the brain drain in academia due to data science, to some nitty gritty Javascript, a new reactive project in Spring, we got it all. Don't forget to post us on the LifeHacker favorite podcasts page!

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-68-clouds-and-androids-abound-reactive-ones/feed/ 0 With a week of the gang has a lot to talk about, from reactive programming in Javascript with Bacon.js, to the failure of a startup (so long, and best of luck to the EverPix team, we loved your service) to the brain drain in academia due to data science, With a week of the gang has a lot to talk about, from reactive programming in Javascript with Bacon.js, to the failure of a startup (so long, and best of luck to the EverPix team, we loved your service) to the brain drain in academia due to data science, to some nitty gritty Javascript, a new reactive project in Spring, we got it all. Don't forget to post us on the LifeHacker favorite podcasts page! Chariot Solutions no 51:12 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=10852-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #67 – Monoliths begone, lock free APIs, Bunnies and RabbitMQ, and computer viruses by air http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-67-monoliths-begone-lock-free-apis-bunnies-and-rabbitmq-and-computer-viruses-by-air/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-67-monoliths-begone-lock-free-apis-bunnies-and-rabbitmq-and-computer-viruses-by-air/#comments Tue, 05 Nov 2013 14:59:59 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=9035 Links "Five tips for big software projects":http://blog.chariotsolutions.com/2013/10/5-tips-for-big-software-projects.html “Dismanteling the monoliths”:https://engineering.groupon.com/2013/misc/i-tier-dismantling-the-monoliths/ - rails apps converting to Nodejs at Groupon I’m taking a stab at lock-free this week - First, my reading took me to Mechanical Sympathy (which we’ve discussed before) and now that there is a JSR for some new constructions - (StampedLock) this site has […]

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    • Thanks to @tfnico, @lincolnthree, and @mxsb55 for the positive feedback to @techcast on Twitter!

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    http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-67-monoliths-begone-lock-free-apis-bunnies-and-rabbitmq-and-computer-viruses-by-air/feed/ 0 Links "Five tips for big software projects":http://blog.chariotsolutions.com/2013/10/5-tips-for-big-software-projects.html “Dismanteling the monoliths”:https://engineering.groupon.com/2013/misc/i-tier-dismantling-the-monoliths/ - rails apps conve... Links "Five tips for big software projects":http://blog.chariotsolutions.com/2013/10/5-tips-for-big-software-projects.html “Dismanteling the monoliths”:https://engineering.groupon.com/2013/misc/i-tier-dismantling-the-monoliths/ - rails apps converting to Nodejs at Groupon I’m taking a stab at lock-free this week - First, my reading took me to Mechanical Sympathy (which we’ve discussed before) and now that there is a JSR for some new constructions - (StampedLock) this site has a great project - https://github.com/mjpt777/rw-concurrency which runs a bunch of benchmarks. All of this came from reading down the rabbit hole to this - from an article where I feel completely stupid. (prn stupid-feeling-reader (http://psy-lob-saw.blogspot.com/2013/10/spsc-revisited-part-iii-fastflow-sparse.html) “Bunny Ruby api for RabbitMQ”:http://blog.rubyrabbitmq.info/blog/2013/10/29/bunny-1-dot-0-0-is-released/ goes 1.0 “Icominer iOS plugin”:http://icoplay.com/icominer-faq/ let’s you monetize free iOS apps via bitcoin mining A great writeup on "niche viewship in the age of Netflix and the reviewer's dilemma":http://priceonomics.com/why-movie-critics-hate-tyler-perry/ Joel's Book Review: “Taming Text”:http://www.manning.com/ingersoll/ provides a nice overview, with code examples, of the techniques used to process unstructured text. PredictionIO: Open source “machine learning server” for software developers to create predictive features, such as personalization, recommendation: http://prediction.io/ “Using Vertx’s event bus in the browser”:http://vertx.io/core_manual_js.html#using-the-event-bus-from-client-side-javascript “Meet BadBIOS - it jumps airgaps between computers”:http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/10/meet-badbios-the-mysterious-mac-and-pc-malware-that-jumps-airgaps/ From Data IO 2013 (were you there?) we had a great tear-down of Vert.x by Lance Ball, who is the lead on the Javascript module of the platform. See this “great GitHub repo”:https://github.com/lance/dataIO2013 where he includes both his presentation using HTML slides, but the sample code for some Vert.x modules. Shout-outs Thanks to @tfnico, @lincolnthree, and @mxsb55 for the positive feedback to @techcast on Twitter! Chariot Solutions no 47:04 <iframe width="320" height="30" src="http://chariotsolutions.com/?powerpress_embed=9035-podcast&amp;powerpress_player=mediaelement-audio" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"></iframe>
    DevNews #66 – RESTful tutorials, CAPCHAs and Machine Learning, a million to win a hackathon and more… http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-66-restful-tutorials-capchas-and-machine-learning-a-million-to-win-a-hackathon-and-more/ http://chariotsolutions.com/podcast/devnews-66-restful-tutorials-capchas-and-machine-learning-a-million-to-win-a-hackathon-and-more/#comments Tue, 29 Oct 2013 01:17:28 +0000 http://staging.chariotsolutions.com/?post_type=podcast&p=9006 We talk about Newton – a pure Javascript Physics engine AI Startup says it has defeated captchas Got a great mobile app idea? You can win $1M in the SalesForce hackathon Elixir – a “groovy” for Erlang? We talk about JBoss Forge

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  • We talk about Newton – a pure Javascript Physics engine
  • AI Startup says it has defeated captchas
  • Got a great mobile app idea? You can win $1M in the SalesForce hackathon
  • Elixir – a “groovy” for Erlang?
  • We talk about JBoss Forge
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