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Alexa, tell me more about AWS and Google Home

Alexa’s so smart, she learns more every day. (That’s what Amazon tells me, anyway.) So I’m going to pick her brain a little, and see if she can tell me anything about AWS. Maybe she knows how to write Alexa apps, or even regular REST & JavaScript apps — apps that run entirely in AWS. … Read More

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.

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.

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 … Read More

DevNews #38 – The world is changing (a bit) and more

This week we catch up with all of the world’s news in what normally is a quiet August. Then we discuss some new releases in the Firefox world, the new Java Lambda decision, Java 7 features, and a warning about Java 7 and Lucene. Hosts:  Jason Gtitman and Ken Rimple Show Notes Lamba decision for … Read More

DevNews #34 – Google hires Gosling, closes Android Honeycomb, we talk productivity

Hello there, and welcome to April 1st. Still working on those screenshot URLs from our episode on Friday, but we do have the links from articles we spoke about in the podcast below. I bought a Mac. So sue me. | ZDNet – Hee hee, couldn’t resist.  Yet another person who walked smack into becoming … Read More

DevNews #23 – I hereby patent strange podcast episode titles…

(Sorry for the delay between shows lately.  It’s the summer, and I was away on vacation…) Especially THIS week, the opinions of Ken and Eric do not reflect the opinions of Chariot Solutions… Speaking of this week, here are the links, found also on delicious.com at delicious.com/developernews/23 Links you can use! Release Notes – Grails … Read More

DevNews #5 – Clojure, Charting, Scripting is Groovy…

Sponsorship:  Our sponsor this week is the Philly Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise conference.  Early bird registration is extended – get your tickets this week – more information, including our schedule, is available at phillyemergingtech.com.  Speakers include Uncle Bob Martin, Michael Cote, and many, many others. You can find the articles we’ve bookmarked at Delicious.com.  Our URL … Read More