A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
New leaks reveal how hollow Apple's claims of fighting for user privacy are. We discuss their scheme to monetize the downturn.
Why we think Malcolm Gladwell is wrong about remote work, and the complicated answer to a simple question.
We debate the lies our tool makers tell us, if Clojure has a Rails-sized hole, and the secrets of a successful software engineer.
We're looking at the big picture and, surprisingly, seeing a lot of possibilities.
Mike's ready to make a case for Declarative UI, and Chris pulls back the curtain to reveal a spicy take.
Why we feel recent attacks by the Software Freedom Conservancy against Microsoft are costing the SFC serious credibility.
Mike's Linux Toolchain for 2022, and his first week with CoPilot. Then we chat about the series of choices that led us to go independent so many years ago.
Mike just signed up for a year of GitHub Copilot and Chris tries to understand why. Then we catch each other up on some recent surprises.
Mike's hitting the road to solve his old man's PC woes; Chris channels his early inner 80s and some Google AI conspiracy bacon.
You can't judge a book by its cover, and this week we surprised each other when we dug into the HP Dev One. Plus some insights on remote virtual dev desktops and the gotcha's from WWDC we missed.
We jump aboard Hair Force One and are a bit let down. We get into why. Plus Mike's first impressions of the HP Dev One laptop.
What's old is new again, but we're not buying it this time. It's developer conference season, and we're hunting vaporware.