In this episode, Coté and Charles spend much time talking about IDEs like Eclipse, NetBeans, IntelliJ, and TextMate (for ruby). Also:
- Old Austin Radio – Froggy and Key 103.5
- Play-off Beards.
- The “Should” Anti-pattern.
- Transformers and the Hip-hop/Sci-fi error in movies.
- Amazon S3 vs. libsyn.
- Shiner Kolsch.
- Haskell and side-effects.
- Unix programming w/pipes and The End Times.
Audio only version also available.
Right, so, this episode is really late in getting published. Apologies for that. I was on vacation in Marfa, then had family in town. Excuses are useless though, so enjoy the episode!
Breakfast on the new Electric Griddle! (via rbieber)
uh, really? (via sogrady)
In this episode, Coté and Charles talk about an expansive range of topics, mostly non-technical. Charles tells us about going to Minneapolis and getting some cold something cut coffee, then onto an extended conversation about Transformers and the toys, Charles tell us about his newbie study of Haskell, and then we discuss the question “does having a toaster oven make you white trash?”
An audio only version is available as well.
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At long last we achieve gravitas with episode 100. To celebrate, Coté returns to the back porch where the podcast just over two years ago, while Charles joins in finally having a drink during recording.
We talk about what open source in a SaaS world, single-entity vs. multi-entity open source production, and then the horrors of learning object orientations by way of the perltoot page.