Podcasting about programming, the business of software, and otherwise making fools of ourselves.
Strictly Professional #005: “If it was hard to write, it should be hard to read!”04/02/2010
Recorded on January 28th, 2010, this episode features Doug Martin, Gerard Gualberto, Brian Johnson, Joe Brandt, and Chas Emerick. We offer our reactions to the iPad announcement in the beginning, and then move on to lots of other topics: the upshot of the Sun/Oracle merger, what happened to postgres, some FSF-bashing, whether encrypting content is ethical/reasonable, and tons of other miscellany.
Podcast #004: The one where Chas discovers the rimshot effect12/01/2010
Recorded on December 17th, 2009, this episode features Doug Martin, Gerard Gualberto, Michael McIntosh, Michael Klatsky, Joe Brandt, and Chas Emerick, chattering on about Cocoa and iPhone development, tech social news sites, python, macports, and Chrome, the python moratorium, the Clojure sponsorship drive for 2010, and the joys of Lisp-in-pascal.
Podcast #003: Do I look more like Hannnibal or Murdock?15/12/2009
Recorded on 12/3/2009, featuring Chris Lloyd, Gerard Gualberto, Chris Miles, Lou Franco, and Chas Emerick, we talk about building user interfaces (RIA's, even!), Twitter monitoring, Rails vs. JRuby on Rails, music copyrights, Miles' creepy Big Brother-esque run-ins with Charter and Universal, and the A-Team.
Podcast #002: We don’t need no steenking editing!23/11/2009
Recorded on 11/19/2009, this episode features myself, Chris Miles, Joe Brandt, Michael McIntosh, and Michael Klatsky (see links to people's sites, etc. in the sidebar). We talked about a smattering of things related to "the cloud", IT management, Amazon AWS, Rackspace, CouchDB, Redis, and other bits.
In this inaugural podcast, we talk about bug trackers, network businesses, software refunds, to be rich or to be king, why are we software developers, and how Brainfuck is philosophically anarchist existentialism.