A weekly talk show taking a pragmatic look at the art and business of Software Development and related technologies.
We just watched Revolution OS before the show, so we reflect on the audacity of their vision and the new revolution we see brewing.
Apple enters full panic mode over sideloading, and our plan to push back against industry-wide consolidation kicks off.
Our take on big tech's return to office, AT&T's RCS boondoggle, and the concerning territory tech is racing towards.
We revisit one of the core theses of the show and expand on it in a new way, leading us to ponder just what a wild ride the next eight years are going to be.
Mike and Chris eat some crow as they change their tune on a recent spicy take.
Mike has some huge news and busted wifi, Chris spent a weekend in the Metaverse, and why Microsoft has us both upset.
After reminiscing about .Net's 20th birthday, Mike and Chris air IBM's hypocritically dirty laundry and marvel at Microsoft's 3D chess moves.
Mike makes a shocking admission, and Chris wishes he had a time machine.
Microsoft's cold war with Apple is revealed in court filings this week, and Google thinks they've got the next hit on their hands, which sounds a lot like the old hit.
The audience hits us in the face with some hard truths, and then we dig into Microsoft's fox-like moves to snatch up Activision Blizzard on "the cheap."
Emboldened by his success, Mike takes a victory lap. Little does he know it's all virtual.
Was he justified? Our thoughts on the dev who corrupted libraries in NPM for millions of users with his political statement about free software.