Ken and Sujan discuss Dolt (the “Git for Data”), geek out about Microsoft Mesh, and Ken does a deep dive on ASCIIDoctor tooling (hint: amazingly easy for whipping up painless presentations and documentation).
- Get your ETE 2021 tickets for only $89: an incredible value for speakers like Alan Kay, Kent Beck, Daniel Spiewak, Jess Kerr, and more.
- Linux turns 30, and Chariot is hosting Nithya Ruff, chair of the Linux Foundation, to talk about open source. Registrations are open for this free event on March 18th.
- It’s Women’s History Month, and we curated a playlist of the amazing women who have spoken at Chariot and ETE over the years. Literal hours of content.
- Where am I? Use Wifi and machine learning to determine your location at home.
- Patch up, iOS and OS X users.
- Whoa: introducing Microsoft Mesh, which enables presence and shared experiences from anywhere – on any device – through mixed reality applications.
- NASA used Vue and other JS technologies to run it’s Open Mission Control Technologies platform.
- DoIt, Git for Data. Dolt is a SQL database that you can fork, clone, branch, merge, push and pull just like a git repository.
- Excel never dies
- Remembering Allan McDonald, who played a major role in the fatal launch of the space shuttle Challenger. He died Saturday in Ogden, Utah, at age 83, and was one of the people who tried to stop the launch and later exposed an apparent cover-up.
- Sync JIRA to Google Sheets, using Reshuffle
- This guy is really doing the most, and we’re here for his tinker-y spirit! Adding IoT to my Home Desk Office
- At 32:06 Ken does an ASCIIDoctor tutorial! Interested? His GitHub sample can be found here.
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This livestream took place on March 9, 2020 at noon. This is a recording. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and tune in every Tuesday at noon EST to hang out with Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia.