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Tagged with “softwaredevelopment” (19) activity chart

  1. Bryan Cantrill | Instrumenting the real-time web: Node.js, DTrace and the Robinson Projection

    "The third major semantic web revolution is node.js, following Java and Ruby. One programmer replaced 10,000 lines of production C code with 4,000 lines of node.js, and that’s just the beginning. Bryan Cantrill of Joyent, Inc. describes a new class of applications that will further revolutionize the real time web, especially mobile. " http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail5107.html

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  2. StackOverflow #66

    In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss reverse proxies, the pitfalls of self-support communities, and designing for engagement.

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  3. Stackoverflow #58

    "… Joel and Jeff discuss HTML encoding, designing "safe by default", whether a question can be too simple, and the art of beta testing." http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4148.html

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  4. StackOverflow #57

    "… This is the 57th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss the relationship between speed and skill, iPhone development, and the value of programming fundamentals." http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4144.html

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  5. Stackoverflow #56

    "… This is the 56th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff sit down with Jason Calacanis to discuss the business side of software, including Mahalo’s “Skee-Ball” economy, when VC funding is appropriate, and whether SEO matters."From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/06/podcast-56/

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  6. StackOverflow #55

    "… This is the 55th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss killer IDEs, how much interview feedback is appropriate (for both parties), and how to teach young programmers who think they know it all."http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4115.html

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  7. StackOverflow #54

    "… This is the 54th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss bespoke software development, URL routing, the God Algorithm, and getting your database under version control."From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/05/podcast-54/

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  8. Stackoverflow #52

    "… A brief discussion of why unconfirmed “no-touch” user actions are so dangerous on the web; they are a XSRF playground! " From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/05/podcast-52/

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  9. Stackoverflow #49

    "… This is the 49th episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff sit down with Alex Papadimoulis of The Daily WTF to discuss the distinction between IT/sysadmins and programmers, online justice for webforums, user-friendly IDs for databases, and the future of software distribution."From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/04/podcast-49/

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  10. Stackoverflow #48

    "… This is the 48th episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff discuss planning your career, the importance (or not?) of localization, what makes a good moderator, and dealing with programmers who lack interpersonal skills." From http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/04/podcast-48/

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