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DevNews #56 – Wherein we go shopping for drones…

Well, not really, but did you know the US public and corporations can’t buy non-military drones for corporate use yet? But it’s coming. Soon, you may be pulled over by a flying saucer who wants your ID. Here are our news items… Matz speaks about the future of software development – found from Ruby Inside … Read More

DevNews #55 – In which our titles are shorter, and we ask, why not Javascript?

In this episode, we discuss Javascript, javascript and more javascript… But, we also discuss DBaaS (YAaaS acronym), a tasty infographic, a set of web frameworks reviewed by the people who bring you JRebel, and more. Javascript – the future dominant language of the enterprise? First Apache Tomcat 8 Release Candidate Now Available PirateBrowser — designed … Read More

Chariot Developer News Episode #53 – wherein Joel and Ken dislike everything

Joel and Ken cover: A twitter conversation wherein Scala is bigger than COBOL for job hunters, but not bigger than Pizza Delivery Dzone – My Java EE 8 Wishlist 160 million credit cards hacked by “high tech” cyber criminal gang over the past decade. Probably one of the most successful/destructive hacking groups ever. Their main … Read More

Chariot DevNews Episode #50 – Phones hacked, security and passwords, and more

It’s our 50th episode! More to come, now weekly. Send us feedback on @techcast. Topics ARS – You can crack iPhone auto-generated hotspot passwords in seconds – Android phone #s breeched by Facebook app – – ARS – The more complex the rules, the more annoying, and is it really more effective than just a longer … Read More

Chariot DevNews Episode #47 – Chariot’s Steve Smith on the Apple WWDC and iOS 7

Chariot’s Steve Smith attended Apple’s World-wide developer conference last week, and we sat down today to talk to him about it. Topics WWDC ticket ordering process fun New hardware releases iOS 7 features OS X Mavericks His view as a mobile developer of iOS over the years including open source projects, etc… Note – all … Read More