A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
We chew on the ridiculous situation Reddit has created for itself and the weak position of app developers.
We argue over what sucked the most at WWDC this year and then surprise each other with two things that thrill us.
We chew on the best bits from this year's Microsoft Build and the bright red flag coming from the Rust community.
OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman has gone straight for the open-source kill move.
We laugh at Google's scramble, check in on the Twitter collapse, and how one developer's little mistake screwed millions.
A scathing takedown of Serverless... By Amazon? We react to this strange revelation and more.
Why open source might be the real AI winner long-term, and Mike gets the ultimate "I told you so."
We have a laugh at Elon's alt account, why the knives are out for GitHub Co-pilot, and our thoughts on Apple's "major victory" this week.
Elon launches another AI company, leaks suggest Apple might enable sideloading, and why we should let Chaos-GPT run free.
Forces beyond Apple's control just reined in their rise, and we ponder the coming sunset.
Our thoughts on the recent AI hysteria and why it betrays the massive egos involved, our issues with the RESTRICT Act, and we do some Monday morning code review.
Mike's spent 90+ days with GitHub Co-Pilot, and shares the surprising conclusion.