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February 21 2014


February 20 2014


January 14 2014


Episode 2 – Craig AnderaFunctional Geekery | Functional Geekery

In this episode I talk with fellow podcaster Craig Andera. We talk about working in Clojure, ClojureScript and Datomic, as well as making the transition to http://www.functionalgeekery.com/episode-2-craig-andera/

December 16 2013


Amazeballs: Ep. 4 with tef

I was the special guest on the Amazeballs Podcast. If you want to hear me babble at @ntlk and @hyper_linda about things I care about (including programming), you might enjoy it. No promises. http://programmingisterrible.com/post/53748337871/i-was-the-special-guest-on-the-amazeballs-podcast

September 09 2013


July 25 2013


Stack Exchange #50

Tags: programming

August 30 2012



February 11 2012


Stack Exchange Podcast - Episode #20 w/ John Siracusa

February 10 2012


February 09 2012


Triangulation 39: Gina Tripani

This Week in Google host Gina Tripani comes on the show to talk all about, open source programming, days at lifehacker, is code poetry or poetry code? And much more. http://twit.tv/show/triangulation/39

January 17 2012


Extroverted Developer Episode #1 - Hello World

New podcast, programming and tech in NYC http://extroverteddeveloper.com/blog/2012/1/15/episode-1.html This is the first episode of a new series Extroverted Developer hosted by Jim Wallace and Ben Gundersen. Being that this is the first podcast I’ve ever recorded and produced, there’s probably audio issues, additional ums and ahs that I didn’t edit out correctly and other issues with the quality in general. Hope to fix these as we gain more experience in this medium.

December 01 2011


Spark 159 —€“ October 23 & 26, 2011

This week on Spark:€“ There'€™s been a sharp decline in the number of young people going into the field of Computer Science lately. We try to find out why so-called digital natives lack interest in how our digital world works, and why learning to program should be basic literacy for us all. On this episode of Spark: Programmers, Hybrids, and Cyborgs – oh my! http://www.cbc.ca/spark/2011/10/spark-159-october-23-26-2011/

March 13 2011


Douglas Rushkoff and Program or be Programmed - RN Future Tense - 24 February 2011

In a digital world do we direct technology, or do we let ourselves be directed by it? That's the big question renowned media theorist Douglas Rushkoff addresses in his new book Program or be Programmed.t http://www.abc.net.au/rn/futuretense/stories/2011/3141348.htm

March 10 2011


Devnology Podcast 014 - Jeff Sutherland

Jeff Sutherland is the creator of Scrum, and was one of the authors of the Agile Manifesto, which marked the start of the Agile movement. He began his career as a fighter pilot in the US Air Force, and went on to join the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School. Dr. Sutherland has served as VP of Engineering or CTO at eleven software companies, managing the last seven entirely using Scrum, and achieved industry-leading, hyper-productive results. He is the Chairman of the Scrum Training Institute, and Senior Advisor to OpenView Venture Partners where he is Agile coach for portfolio companies. Jeff's personal blog is on http://scrum.jeffsutherland.com and you can follow him on twitter via @jeffsutherland In this podcast we speak with Jeff about his professional experiences, both in the military and in developing and implementing Scrum. We talk about some of the common pitfalls for Scrum adoption and we talk about training and certification. This interview was recorded in an Amsterdam hotel on the 9th of December 2010. Interview by @freekl and @arnetim. Audio post-production by @Mendelt.

January 31 2011


Ep 1 - Web games, HTML5 and Jangaroo | The Creative Coding Podcast

In this inaugaural episode, Iain and Seb discuss casual gaming and choices between Flash, HTML(5), Unity3D and iOS. We also discuss Jangeroo, the ActionScript to JavaScript compiler, and why JavaScripters are cuddlers. http://creativecodingpodcast.com/?p=1

January 20 2011


Herding Code 102: Tim Caswell on Node.js

January 18 2011


In Our Time: Ada Lovelace

Melvyn Bragg explores the life and achievements of Ada Lovelace, daughter of Byron and prophet of the computer age. With him to discuss the "enchantress of numbers" are Patricia Fara, Fellow of Clare College and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of the History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University; Doron Swade, Visiting Professor in the History of Computing at Portsmouth University and John Fuegi, Research Fellow in Media and Gender Studies at the Universities of Stanford and Maryland.

January 06 2011


Hackety Hack!

Hackety Hack and _why From https://github.com/explore

January 04 2011


Things Every Programmer Should Know

Kevlin Henney, editor/author of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, discusses the book and the programming process. He talks about how he compiled the essays for the book and lists some of the items he found most surprising and thought provoking. He also assesses the issues related to programmer training, including some of the things not taught in school.
Tags: programming

December 14 2010


Best practices for web service design

by Lorna Jane Mitchell This session is aimed at programmers, architects and analysts alike, delving into some examples of ways to write really excellent and useful services. We'll cover selecting the right service type to use and how to design a flexible, maintainable system with an outward-facing API that will have your users easily utilising its features. There will be tips and tricks on helping minimise user confusion (and resulting bug reports) and how to achieve robust services and happy users who cite your application as their 'must-have'.
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